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SDI Summer 4on4 League

Summer 2024
May 21st - June 14th
Trenton Kennedy Recreation Cen
ter

The Summer 4on4 League is designed to be high-tempo to simulate real games to provide players with an opportunity to have fun while competing, conditioning, and working on their skills in an organized setting throughout the summer. Our goal is to provide an environment that balances the intense situations of the "real season" with the non-structured sticks-and-pucks sessions of the "off season".

Included Below:

  • Important Dates

  • Season Format

  • Divisions

  • Registration Notes & Evaluation Notes

  • Game Rules

Note for 2024: The Trenton KRC will not have ice throughout July and August, so we pushed the 5-week 4on4 League ahead a month so we can finish by the end of June. Because of this schedule shift, we consolidated the amount of available player spots for each division.​

  • Price: $185(due at registration)

  • Goalies: $30 per game(not due until the Goalie Schedule is released prior to Week 1)

  • Please note: We reserve the right to deny registration to any player/goalie. Any player/goalie that is denied participation will have their payment refunded(minus the Wix payment processing fees)

Important Dates

  • Wednesday, March 28th: Registration opens

  • Monday, May 14th: Rosters are released for the Evaluation Games​​​

  • Tuesday, May 21st & Wednesday, May 22nd: Evaluation Games

  • Sunday, May 26th: Finalized rosters are released

  • Wednesday, May 29th & Thursday, May 30th: Games Begin(full schedule below)

    • ​Week 1: Tuesday, May 21st & Wednesday, May 22nd

    • Week 2: Wednesday, May 29th & Thursday, May 30th

    • Week 3: Wednesday, June 5th & Thursday, June 6th

    • Week 4: Wednesday, June 12th, Thursday, June 13th, & Friday, June 14th

    • *dates may change slightly due to rink availability*

    • *all games will be played between 5:00pm-9:30pm*

Divisions

In past Summers there have been 2 divisions(Minor and Major). Summer 2024 will have 3 divisions. Depending on registration numbers, we may adjust to 2 divisions. Our goal is to create the most competitive format possible.

 

PeeWee - 4 Teams, 11 player maximum per team

  • 2014s, 2013s, and 2012s

  • Primarily PeeWees

  • Some Squirts(2014s) will be accepted

Bantam - 4 Teams, 11 player maximum per team

  • 2011s and 2010s

  • Primarily Bantams

High School - 4 Teams, 11 player maximum per team

  • 2009s, 2008s, 2007s, 2006s(2025 Seniors)

  • Primarily Midgets and High Schoolers

Game Rules

  • 4on4, full-ice

  • 3 minute warmup and 2 20-24 minute run-time halves, minimal stoppages of play

  • Loose off-sides and icing

  • No checking, penalty shots for penalties, a player that takes 3 penalties or has intentions to hurt another player will be suspended

  • Players change on the fly, shift lengths are monitored with shifts over 60 seconds long earning a warning​, a player that receives 3 warnings will be suspended

  • After a goal is scored, the defending team starts with the puck behind their net, the opposing team must back out behind the dots

  • Goalies switch teams at halftime

  • Regular Season Point Breakdown: Win = 2 Points, Tie = 1 Point, Loss = 0 Points

  • Playoff Tiebreakers for Seedings: 1) Most Points, 2) Most Wins, 3) Greater Goal Differential

Season Format

  • 4 weeks, 1 game per week per team​​ for Weeks 1-3, 2 games per team in Week 4

  • Week 1: Evaluation Games

    • Players are divided into Evaluation Teams so our staff can evaluate all players before creating the actual teams

  • Weeks 2-3: Regular Season Games

    • Teams play 1 game per week

  • Week 4: Regular Season Games and Playoffs

    • Teams will play 2 games this week

    • Based on Regular Season standings, teams play a Playoff Game

Registration Notes

  • Players register individually and we divide the players into teams. Our main focus is creating competitive/equal teams. We do not accept any requests from players to be on the same team as their friends/teammates.

  • Unlike players, goalies are not assigned to one specific team for the whole league. They are assigned to individual games.

  • Player payment is not prorated for missing a game(s). If a player's absence is communicated in advance, we will work to get him/her a makeup game.

  • Substitute players are assigned for missing players each week.​

Evaluation Notes

  • We follow a detailed process to create teams which includes using performance from the Evaluation Games(Week 1), our personal experience/knowledge of each player(we know the majority of the players), and notes from other coaches that know the players that we are unfamiliar with.

  • Players will be assigned to teams for the Evaluation Games(Week 1). Following these games, players will be assigned to a different team for the remainder of the league schedule.

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