Nicolas Jacques

Synergie Montérégies

En participant à la 20e édition du tournoi annuel de hockey de la Banque Nationale, La Classique BN, je m’engage personnellement dans une collecte de fonds au profit du Club des petits déjeuners afin de soutenir cet organisme dans sa mission d’offrir un repas complet aux enfants partout au Canada pour les aider à bien démarrer leur journée d’école.

Cet événement a pour but de mobiliser toute la communauté à la réalité des enfants du Québec et de la Montérégie.

Chaque matin au Québec seulement, 32 442 enfants dans 383 écoles ont accès à un petit déjeuner nutritif. Votre don permettra à ces enfants qui n'ont pas notre chance d'avoir un déjeuner complet quotidiennement.

Chaque dollar permet à un enfant de manger un bon petit déjeuner avant de débuter sa journée. Merci de m’aider à faire la différence et à atteindre mon objectif!

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Rules - Ice Hockey

Eligibility criteria

  • All players participating in the tournament must be employees of National Bank or one of its subsidiaries, except for the goaltender, who does not have to be an employee.  (Proof of identity may be required on site. Failure to provide proof may result in suspension from the tournament.)
  • During the tournament, a player cannot participate on more than one team and cannot act as a regular member or substitute on a second team unless they receive special authorization from the tournament organizers.
  • Each team must have paid the $775 registration fee before the registration deadline (March 31, 2020) and raised $750 before May 1, 2020.
  • All players must play in at least one preliminary game to be eligible for playoff games.
  • Participants who want to play in both the ice hockey and ball hockey tournaments can do so, BUT they will have to pay the two registration fees and actively participate in the fundraiser for both teams. Tournament organizers won't adapt to or consider potential conflicts when creating schedules. No schedule changes will be considered for these participants.

Registration procedure

  • Registration will be open from January 14 to March 31, 2020 and only accepted online.
  • Captains will pay the $775 registration fee when registering their team.

Refund policy

  • No registration fees will be refunded once registration closes on March 31, 2020.

Rules

Men's category

  • The tournament is organized in a round-robin format. Each team will play two games to determine the ranking of playoffs.
  • Each win will count as two (2) points.
  • A tie will count as one (1) point.

Intermediate Category: TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

Quarterfinals will be determined by the following standings:

  • Q1: POSITION #1 vs POSITION #8
  • Q2: POSITION #2 vs POSITION #7
  • Q3: POSITION #3 vs POSITION #6
  • Q4: POSITION #4 vs POSITION #5
  • Semi-finals will be played according to the established schedule.

Participation Category A (rank 1 to 8): TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

The first eight positions in the overall ranking of the Participation category will play in category A for the rest of the tournament.

Quarterfinals will be determined by the following standings:

  • Q1: POSITION #1 vs POSITION #8
  • Q2: POSITION #2 vs POSITION #7
  • Q3: POSITION #3 vs POSITION #6
  • Q4: POSITION #4 vs POSITION #5

Semi-finals will be played according to the established schedule.

Participation Category B (rank 9 to 16): TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

Positions 9 to 16 in the overall ranking of the Participation category will play in category B for the rest of the tournament.

Quarterfinals will be determined by the following standings:

  • Q1: POSITION #9 vs POSITION #16
  • Q2: POSITION #10 vs POSITION #15
  • Q3: POSITION #11 vs POSITION #14
  • Q4: POSITION #12 vs POSITION #13

Semi-finals will be played according to the established schedule.

Participation Category C (rank 17 to 20): TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

Positions 17 to 20 in the overall ranking of the Participation category will play in category C for the rest of the tournament.

Semi-finals will be determined by the following standings:

  • S1: POSITION #17 vs POSITION #20
  • S2: POSITION #18 vs POSITION #19

Position 21: The team that is eliminated after the preliminary game will not participate in the following games.

Women's Category: TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

  • The tournament is organized in a 3-on-3 round-robin format.
  • Each win will count as two (2) points.
  • A tie will count as one (1) point.
  • Following the ranking of the four registered teams, semi-finals will see the 1st and 4th positions and the 2nd and 3rd positions face off. Winners from each game will face each other in the final.

Rules specific to Women's 3-on-3

  • The tournament will take place on only half of the rink from the blue line to the offensive zone.
  • Nets will be placed at the H-mark of the offensive zone.
  • Time outs will be called each time the goalie stops the puck, a goal is made, a penalty is decided or when the puck leaves the game zone (blue line).
  • Icing won't be called and they'll be no offside.
  • Each face off will start in the center of the game zone.
  • A called penalty will directly result in a penalty shot for the player affected by the offense.
  • Each game will follow this schedule:
  • Five-minute warm up
  • Start of game: Two continuous 13-minute periods with one minute of rest during half-time
  • Between each game, a five-minute rest period will be granted to participants.

In the event of a tie in the standings

In the event of a tie, positions will be determined using the following criteria:

  • The most wins
  • The fewest losses
  • Game results if the two teams played against each other                                                                               
  • The differential between goals for and goals against (*maximum differential of 7 points awarded to a team following a game)
  • If still tied, the team that scored the most goals will be declared the winner
  • If still tied, the team that allowed the fewest goals will be declared the winner
  • If still tied, the team that scored the first goal (the earliest goal in the game) of the tournament will be declared the winner
  • Note that in the event that three or more teams get the same score, we will rank the teams criteria by criteria.

Rules

  • Each team will be allowed one (1) time-out per game. (Time will be stopped during time-out.)
  • In the event of a tie during playoff games, there will be five minutes of 3-on-3 overtime with time halted for the last minute only.
  • If the game remains tied after overtime, three players from each team will take penalty shots. If the game is still tied, a new player must be designated by each team until a winning goal is scored. If all team players have taken a penalty shot and the score remains tied, the original three players will begin again.
  • In the event that a team forfeits, does not show up or is more than one period late to a game, the opposing team will be declared the winner with a +4 goal differential.
  • Given the time allotted for continuous play, we expect games to proceed quickly. If a team causes a delay in resuming play, it may receive a warning from the referee. Following the warning, the team may be given a minor penalty for having delayed the game.
  • A warm-up period of 2 minutes will be allowed before each game.
  • Games will consist of three 13-minute periods. The clock will run uninterrupted for the first 12 minutes of each of the three periods of regulation time and will be halted for stoppages of play in the final minute.
  • Periods will be separated by a 1-minute break.
  • Penalties will last two (2) consecutive minutes.
  • Players who are expelled from a game for any reason will be automatically excluded from the rest of the tournament. A disciplinary committee will evaluate other actions.
  • Slapshots will not be allowed for the Participation and Women's categories. (Clipping and attempted slapshots will not be tolerated.)
  • An exception may be made if captains from both teams have come into an agreement with the referee before the start of the game.
  • It's the captain's responsibility to represent her team on this choice and communicate the decision to her respective team.
  • Jerseys: Conflicts will be settled by a random draw.
  • Players must wear a helmet (half-shield or cage) and neck guard.
  • The red line will be ignored in order to reduce offsides and speed up play.

Rules - Ball Hockey

Eligibility criteria

  • All players participating in the tournament must be employees of National Bank or one of its subsidiaries.  (Proof of identity may be required on site. Failure to provide proof may result in suspension from the tournament.)
  • During the tournament, a player cannot participate on more than one team and cannot act as a regular member or substitute on a second team unless they receive special authorization from the tournament organizers.
  • Each team must have paid the $375 registration fee before the registration deadline (March 31, 2020) and raised $750 before May 1, 2020.
  • All players must play in at least one preliminary game to be eligible for playoff games.
  • Participants who want to play in both the ice hockey and ball hockey tournaments can do so, BUT they will have to pay the two registration fees and actively participate in the fundraiser for both teams. Tournament organizers won't adapt to or consider potential conflicts when creating schedules. No schedule changes will be considered for these participants.

Registration procedure

  • Registration will be open from January 14 to March 31, 2020 and only accepted online.
  • Captains will pay the $375 registration fee when registering their team.

Refund policy

  • No registration fees will be refunded once registration closes on March 31, 2020.

Tournament rules

Mixed Category (4 vs 4) TO BE CONFIRMED WITH THE NUMBER OF REGISTERED TEAMS

  • The tournament is comprised of only one category, i.e. mixed.
  • A team must be composed of at least eight players (max. 10) and one goalie.
  • There must be a minimum of two women on the team.
  • At least one female player must be on the court at all times during the game (excluding the goalie).
  • A maximum of 16 teams will be accepted for the 2020 edition of the National Bank Classic - Ball Hockey.
  • The tournament is organized in a round-robin format. Each team will play four games to determine the ranking of playoffs.
  • Each win will count as two (2) points.
  • A tie will count as one (1) point.
  • The team placing fifth (last) will be eliminated from the next round.

Semi-finals will be determined by the following standings:

  • S1: POSITION #1 vs POSITION #4
  • S2: POSITION #2 vs POSITION #3

In the event of a tie in the standings

In the event of a tie, positions will be determined using the following criteria:

  • The most wins
  • The fewest losses
  • Game results if the two teams played against each other                                                                                                                    
  • The differential between goals for and goals against (*maximum differential of 7 points awarded to a team following a game)
  • If still tied, the team that scored the most goals will be declared the winner
  • If still tied, the team that allowed the fewest goals will be declared the winner
  • If still tied, the team that scored the first goal (the earliest goal in the game) of the tournament will be declared the winner

Note that in the event that three or more teams get the same score, we will rank the teams criteria by criteria.

Mandatory equipment

All players must wear:

  • A helmet (half-shield or cage)
  • Gloves (ice hockey, dek hockey, lacrosse. No other type of glove is allowed.)
  • Suitable shin guards
  • Any type of stick (without tape)
  • No shoulder pads are allowed
  • A shirt with a number to identify players

Elbow pads and groin guards are not mandatory but highly recommended.

Game rules

Penalties are continuous and based on the following table:

  • After the fourth penalty in one game, the offending player will be automatically expelled from the game.
  • Major penalty: Five minutes and expulsion from game (punishment for major penalties range from a one game suspension to expulsion from the tournament).
  • Misconduct: 10 min. (no penalty kill)
  • Game misconduct: 10 min. and expulsion from the game
  • Slapshots will not be allowed. (Clipping and attempted slapshots will not be tolerated.)
  • A goal scored by a woman counts as two.