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2019 IceBreaker November 8 - 11, 2019 Burnaby and New Westminster, BC Tournament Program


President’s Welcome Greetings Ringette Community! It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Burnaby New Westminster Ringette Association 2019 IceBreaker tournament. We are proud to offer you an opportunity to display team camaraderie and sportsmanship, while demonstrating skills and athleticism. To the players, I would like to extend a warm welcome to our tournament. Though Ringette is a competitive sport, at the end of the day, it is not the wins or losses that you will remember. It will be the new friendships made on and off the ice, the laughs you share with a teammate or that praise you received for a job well done – these are the memories you will carry with you all your life. So remember to be respectful to others, play safe and have fun! A personal thanks to our Tournament Director, volunteers and board members who have contributed countless hours in creating this special event for you. It is no small feat so early in the season. I’ve had firsthand experience watching it all come together in the hands of a few dedicated volunteers. I am truly grateful to all of you … THANK YOU. We look forward to another exciting and fun IceBreaker Tournament! Bring your very best to every game and in every moment. We look forward to hosting you.

Eunice Cho BNWRA President

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CITY OF BURNABY OFFICE OF THE MAYOR MIKE HURLEY MAYOR

GREETINGS

On behalf of Burnaby City Council, I would like to welcome the athletes, officials, volunteers, and spectators from across British Columbia to the 2019 Burnaby-New Westminster Ice Breaker Tournament. The City of Burnaby is pleased to support this Ringette Tournament and many other sporting events, especially those targeting youth. Helping young people engage with each other through physical activity can build healthy habits that last a lifetime. Ringette is an extremely fast-paced sport that is almost exclusively played by girls and women. By providing exposure to competition and participation in team play, ringette build skills and character, and helps people form positive social connections. We are grateful for the work that goes into bringing together a successful tournament. Thank you to the many sponsors and volunteers – your support encourages participation and helps promote this dynamic sport. Sincerely,

Mike Hurley MAYOR

4949 Canada Way, Burnaby, British Columbia, V5G 1M2 Phone: 604.294.7340 Fax: 604.294.7724 mayor@burnaby.ca

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November 2019

Dear Players, Coaches, Families and Fans, I am delighted on behalf of City Council and the residents of New Westminster to extend warmest greetings and best wishes to players of the 2019 Burnaby New Westminster Ringette Association’s Annual Tournament, to be held on November 8 – 11, 2019. As a city, we recognize the importance of encouraging and maintaining a healthy lifestyle and involving our children in organized sport and activities. The fastest team sport on ice – ringette emphasizes the play-making and skating skills of its players. The game brings value to our youth by further developing their life skills which will serve them well in the years to come. Special thanks and congratulations to the coaches, organizers and volunteers for their hard work and dedication in organizing this tournament and for continuing to make this exciting sport a part of New Westminster. I hope the 2019 Tournament provides everyone with good fun and keen competition. May you take home many fond memories from your experience and the City of New Westminster. Good luck to all the teams! Sincerely,

Jonathan Coté MAYOR

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Arenas BCSC Bill Copeland Sports Centre (Tournament Headquarters)

BLA Burnaby Lake Arena 3676 Kensington Ave., Burnaby

KEN Kensington Complex 6159 Curtis St., Burnaby

MPA 701

8th

Moody Park Arena Avenue, New Westminster

QPA 1st

Queen’s Park Arena and 3rd Ave., New Westminster

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Participating Teams Welcome to our players from U10

BNWRA

Burnaby New Westminster Blazing Dragons

CPMRA-1

Coquitlam Port Moody Yellow

CPMRA-2

Coquitlam Port Moody

NWVRA

North West Vancouver Polar Bears

RRA

Richmond Thunder Bears

SWRRA

Surrey White Rock Hawks

VRA

Vancouver U12

BNWRA-1

Burnaby New Westminster

BNWRA-2 Burnaby New Westminster Avalanche CPMRA

Coquitlam Port Moody Bears

DRA

Delta Wolverines

FVRA

Fraser Valley Lightning

NWVRA

North West Vancouver Red Whites

RRA

Richmond Ice Breakers

VRA

Vancouver Grizzlies 6


U14

BNWRA-1

Burnaby New Westminster Titans

BNWRA-2

Burnaby New Westminster Sting

CPMRA

Coquitlam Port Moody Bears

FVRA

Fraser Valley Fraser Valley Fusion

NWVRA-1

North West Vancouver Red

NWVRA-2

North West Vancouver White

RRA

Richmond Fighting Unicorns

VRA-1

Vancouver

VRA-2

Vancouver

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U16A

BNWRA

Burnaby New Westminster Storm

CPMRA

Coquitlam Port Moody

FVRA

Fraser Valley

VRA

Vancouver

U19A

BNWRA

Burnaby New Westminster

RRA

Richmond TBC

SWRRA

Surrey White Rock Hawks

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18+A

CPMRA

Coquitlam Port Moody Bears

DRA

Delta

FVRA

Fraser Valley Open

RRA

Richmond

SWRRA

Surrey White Rock Hawks

UoA

University of Alberta

18+B

BNWRA

Burnaby New Westminster Pirates

CRA

Chilliwack

PCRMRA-1

Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows Open 1

PCRMRA-2

Port Coquitlam Ridge Meadows Open 2

VRA

Vancouver Beavers

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U10 Games Schedule U10 GAME # 19012 19007 19014 19019 19020 19035 19045 19036 19048 19052 19043 19101 19102 19103

DATE 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Monday Monday Monday

START 1130 1245 1300 1600 1715 0845 0845 1000 1230 1630 1845 1045 1215 1345

ARENA KEN BLA MPA QPA QPA BLA KEN BLA KEN MPA BLA QPA QPA QPA

HOME CPMRA1 SWRRA CPMRA2 RRA NWVRA SWRRA NWVRA BNWRA CPMRA1 CPMRA2 VRA BNWRA VRA RRA

AWAY NWVRA BNWRA VRA CPMRA1 CPMRA2 CPMRA2 RRA VRA SWRRA BNWRA RRA NWVRA CPMRA1 SWRRA

HOME BNWRA1 NWVRA FVRA CPMRA BNWRA1 BNWRA2 NWVRA CPMRA DRA RR FVRA VRA RRA BNWRA2 VRA DRA

AWAY CPMRA BNWRA2 DRA VRA RRA RRA BNWRA1 FVRA BNWRA2 VRA NWVRA DRA FVRA CPMRA NWVRA BNWRA1

U12 Games Schedule U12 GAME # 19001 19008 19015 19004 19005 19046 19054 19055 19040 19051 19042 19044 19098 19092 19104 19095

DATE 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Monday Monday Monday Monday

START 1100 1400 1415 1445 1600 1000 1100 1215 1500 1515 1730 2000 1045 1215 1515 1645

ARENA BCSC BLA MPA BCSC BCSC KEN QPA QPA BLA MPA BLA BLA KEN BLA QPA BLA

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U14 Community Games Schedule and Results Worksheet U14 Community GAME # 19006 19002 19013 19003 19009 19010 19016 19011 19037 19047 19039 19049 19050 19041 19066 19072 19069 19077 19089 19099

DATE 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Monday Monday

START 1130 1215 1245 1330 1515 1630 1645 1745 1115 1115 1345 1345 1500 1615 0830 1145 1215 1345 0745 0745

ARENA BLA BCSC KEN BCSC BLA BLA MPA BLA BLA KEN BLA KEN KEN BLA BLA MPA BLA QPA BLA QPA

19093

11-Nov-19

Monday

1345

BLA

HOME VRA1 CPMRA FVRA VRA2 NWVRA1 BNWRA2 BNWRA1 NWVRA2 VRA2 RRA VRA1 CPMRA RRA BNWRA1 NWVRA1 FVRA NWVRA2 BNWRA2 2nd Place 1st Place Winner of 1 vs 4 (#19099)

AWAY NWVRA1 BNWRA1 BNWRA2 NWVRA2 RRA CPMRA VRA1 FVRA NWVRA1 BNWRA1 NWVRA2 FVRA BNWRA2 VRA2 CPMRA VRA1 RRA VRA2 rd 3 Place 4th Place Winner of 2 vs 3 (#19089)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

BNWRA1 BNWRA2 CPMRA FVRA NWVRA1 NWVRA2 RRA VRA1 VRA2 11


U14 Zone Games Schedule and Results Worksheet U14 Zone GAME #

DATE

DAY

START

ARENA

HOME

AWAY

19017 19034 19038 19030 19067 19078 19091

08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Monday

1330 0730 1230 1730 0945 1500 1045

QPA BLA BLA BCSC BLA QPA BLA

Zone 4 Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone 1 Zone 3 Zone 1 2nd Place

19094

11-Nov-19

Monday

1515

BLA

1st Place

Zone 3 Zone 1 Zone 4 Zone 3 Zone1 Zone 4 3rd Place Winner of 2 vs 3 (#19091)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

Zone 1 Zone 3 Zone 4

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U16 Games Schedule and Results Worksheet U16 GAME # 19018 19022 19027 19060 19068 19064 19090 19100

DATE 08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Monday Monday

START 1445 0730 1345 1830 1100 1730 0915 0915

ARENA QPA BCSC BCSC QPA BLA BCSC BLA QPA

19088

11-Nov-19

Monday

1645

BCSC

HOME BNWRA VRA FVRA CPMRA BNWRA VRA nd 2 Place 1st Place Winner of 1 vs 4 (#19100)

AWAY VRA CPMRA BNWRA FVRA CPMRA FVRA rd 3 Place 4th Place Winner of 2 vs 3 (#19090)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

BNWRA-1 CPMRA FVRA VRA

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U19 Games Schedule and Results Worksheet U19 GAME # 19023 19056 19031 19070 19061 19065 19084

DATE 8-Nov-19 8-Nov-19 8-Nov-19 9-Nov-19 9-Nov-19 9-Nov-19 9-Nov-19

DAY Friday Friday Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday

START 0845 1330 1845 0845 1345 1845 1045

ARENA BCSC QPA BCSC MPA BCSC BCSC BCSC

HOME BNWRA RRA SWRRA SWRRA RRA BNWRA 2nd Place

19087

10-Nov-19

Sunday

1515

BCSC

1st Place

AWAY RRA SWRRA BNWRA RRA BNWRA SWRRA 3rd Place Winner of 2 vs 3 (#19084)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

BNWRA RRA SWRRA

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18+A Games Schedule and Results Worksheet 18+A GAME# 19053 19024 19057 19028 19058 19032 19073 19074 19071 19062 19063 19079 19082 19096

DATE 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Monday Monday

START 0945 1000 1445 1500 1600 2000 0845 1000 1015 1500 1615 1615 0745 0745

ARENA QPA BCSC QPA BCSC QPA BCSC QPA QPA MPA BCSC BCSC QPA BCSC KEN

19085

11-Nov-19

Monday

1215

BCSC

HOME CPMRA UofA DRA CPMRA RRA SWRRA DRA SWRRA FVRA RRA FVRA UofA st 1 Place 2nd Place Winner of 1 vs 4 (#19082)

AWAY RRA DRA FVRA SWRRA UofA FVRA CPMRA RRA UofA DRA CPMRA SWRRA 4th Place 3rd Place Winner of 2 v s3 (#19096)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

CPMRA DRA FVRA RRA SWRRA UoA

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18+B Games Schedule and Results Worksheet 18+B GAME # 19021 19025 19026 19029 19059 19033 19075 19076 19080 19081 19083 19097

DATE 08-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 09-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 10-Nov-19 11-Nov-19 11-Nov-19

DAY Friday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday Monday Monday

START 1830 1115 1230 1615 1715 2115 1115 1230 1730 1845 0915 0915

ARENA QPA BCSC BCSC BCSC QPA BCSC QPA QPA QPA QPA BCSC KEN

19086

11-Nov-19

Monday

1345

BCSC

HOME BNWRA VRA PCRMRA1 CRA PCRMRA1 BNWRA VRA PCRMRA2 CRA PCRMRA2 1st Place 2nd Place Winner of 1 vs 4 (#19083)

AWAY VRA PCRMRA2 BNWRA VRA PCRMRA2 CRA PCRMRA1 CRA PCRMRA1 BNWRA 4th Place 3rd Place Winner of 2 vs 3 (#19097)

Round Robin Points TEAM

GAME 1

GAME 2

GAME 3

GAME 4

TOTAL

GF

GA

RANK

BNWRA CRA PCRMRA1 PCRMRA2 VRA

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2019 BNWR IceBreaker Tournament Rules IceBreaker is a BCRA Sanctioned Tournament - All BCRA rules apply. 1. Teams must be ready to go on the ice 10 minutes before the game time and be ready to start playing within 5 minutes of the game start time. In the event of unforeseen circumstances that affect a team‘s ability to start their game within 5 minutes of the scheduled start or adjusted starting time, the on-ice officials shall declare a default. The Tournament Directors will make a decision to reschedule or not based only on exceptional circumstances as outlined in Section 2.5 (a) of the BCRA Policy Manual. 2. There shall be no more than five (5) team staff allowed on the bench at any one time. At least one female head or assistant coach must be on the bench (must be 18 years of age or older if only female on the bench or is the Head Coach). Please note that having a female manager on the bench and no female coach is NOT sufficient. Bench staff are required to be certified in BCRA’s Prevention in Motion program or equivalent certification program. 3. All teams will be given a 3 minute warm up. 4. For all U12 and U10 divisions, games will have two 15 minute periods. U14, U16, U19 and 18+ will play two 18 minute periods. BCRA rules stipulate that ice times should be at least 1.0 hour in length; playoffs in the U16, U19 and 18+ divisions will have 1.25 hour ice times where possible. Please check your ice times prior to the game. If time is running over, the referees and tournament directors hold the right to cut the clock. 5. Teams entering the tournament must compete in all scheduled games or will be disqualified from further tournament play (exceptional circumstances exempt). 6. Every division except for U10 (Novice) will play with shot clock. 7. In the spirit of fair play, the 3 goal per player rule will be in effect for all non-tiered divisions (U10 and U12) 8. For all Round Robin Games and Semi-Final Games: • Home team shall supply a Shot Clock Operator and Scorekeeper • Visiting team shall supply a Time Clock Operator • Scorekeeper is responsible for picking up the game sheet 10 minutes before the game and returning the completed sheet from/to the Tournament Table. 9. Teams must wear their designated colours, as outlined in Appendix B of the BCRA Policy Manual. In the event of a conflict, as determined by the on-ice officials, the Away team must change jerseys. 10. Ties will stand in round robin play. Wins will be awarded two points, ties will be awarded one point and losses will be awarded no points. All points will be calculated for final standings in which the first place and second place teams in points in the round robin will play a final game for medals. The team with the most points will be home while the 2nd will be visitor. 17


11. Score sheets must be signed by ALL team staff participating behind the bench no less than 15 minutes before a game time and may be picked up after the game at the tournament table. 12. Captains, Assistants and Goalies must be marked on your game sheets prior to the game. 13. In U14, U16, U19 and 18+ divisions no more than a 7 goal spread shall be posted on the scoreboards or used in tie breaking calculations. Tie Breaking rules are available in the tournament office and on the BNWR website. 14. In U10 and U12 divisions, no more than a 5 goal spread shall be posted on the scoreboards or score displays. 15. If a team wants to make a grievance, it must be made no later than 2 hours after the incident and must be made with a $100 deposit. 16. No Changes may be made to your roster at the tournament without BCRA approval. 17. Players may only play on one team during the tournament and may not be called up to assist for another team/division. 18. Some teams have been granted permission to exceed the 18 player rule per team and as such may have as many as 22 people on their roster registered to play at the tournament. Regardless of the number of players on a team, no more than 18 players can be dressed for each game and listed on the roster for each game. Once the roster has been submitted at the beginning of the game, it cannot be changed over the course of the game. 19. In the semi or final games, in the event of a tie, the teams will play a third overtime period - sudden victory – an 18 minute period for all divisions. A coin toss called by the teams’ captains will decide first ring. If there is still no winner there shall be a best of 3 shoot-out. If still tied the teams shall pick 3 more skaters and so forth. Time outs will carry over in OT. 20. Good sportsmanship will be stressed throughout the tournament. Ringette Canada and LMRL rules apply as this is a BCRA sanctioned event. Any player assessed a total of ten minutes of penalty time during a game, including overtime, shall be ejected from the game. The ejected player’s remaining penalty minutes will be served by a teammate. Any team accumulating more than 30 penalty minutes in any one game, shall see the head or acting coach, suspended for the next tournament game (no grievance accepted). A match penalty will automatically result in the suspension from all subsequent tournament games. 21. Mercy rule. As per Ringette BC, when a team is up by 10 goals, the remainder of the game is running time. The losing team, however, has the option to continue to play the game with stop time. The team leading by 10 goals is not allowed to pull its goalie in the last two minutes of the game, expect on the delayed calling of a penalty. All minor penalties will be marked as 3 minutes on the clock and the major penalties will be 5 minutes. 22. The Ice Breaker Tournament welcomes players of every race, gender and ability. All coaches, players and spectators are expected to display good sportsmanship at all times. Unsportsmanlike comments and actions will not be tolerated and may result in expulsion from the arena.

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2019 BNWR IceBreaker Tournament Tiebreaking Rules A. Tie games will stand in round robin play. Teams will receive two (2) points for a win, one (1) point for a tie, and zero points for a loss B. Breaking of ties in standings: NOTE: In ii), v) and vii) the maximum difference (spread) between goals for and goals against that will be counted per game is SEVEN (7) goals.

i. The maximum goals FOR that will be counted per game is seven (7) more than the goals AGAINST. ii. If a team(s) has forfeited a game, that team(s) shall be given the lowest position(s) amongst the tied teams. The score of a forfeited game shall be 7-0. iii. The procedures will be followed in sequence until the tie is broken and the teams are ranked in sequence. iv. The procedures, in most cases, will declare the team(s) in individual rankings. However, in some cases teams may be tied within the rankings (i.e. in a four way tie for first in a round robin, the procedures could place a team clearly in first, two teams tied for second/third and one team in fourth). In these cases, the procedures shall revert back to i) in order to break the tie between teams, within ranking positions. v. When two (2) or more teams have an equal number of points after the completion of the round robin games, the ranking of the tied teams will be determined in the following order: 1) The teams will be ranked in order of the winner(s) of more games between each other during round robin play. The tied teams MUST have played each other or the procedure starts with v) unless one of the tied teams have beaten all other tied teams in which case that team is ranked highest and the procedure reverts back in order to break the tie within the remaining ranking positions.

2) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the largest (positive) net difference between goals FOR minus goals AGAINST in the games between the tied teams.

3) If still tied, the team(s) will be ranked in order of the most goals FOR in games between the tied teams. The maximum goals FOR that will be counted per game is seven (7) more than the goals AGAINST.

4) If still tied, the teams will be ranked using the following formula in games between the tied teams: goals for (+plus) goals against (/ divided by) goals against.

5) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the largest (positive) net difference between goals FOR minus goals AGAINST in games against all teams.

6) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the most goals FOR in games against all teams. 7) If still tied, the tied teams will be ranked in order of the least total goals AGAINST in games against all teams. 8) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order by applying the formula in iv) to all games. 9) If still tied, the teams will be ranked in order of the fewest penalty minutes in games against all teams. 19


Vendors and Sponsors (Available at Bill Copeland Sports Centre only)

Real Hip/Hip Kid Clothing Ltd. www.realhipclothing.com

Hours: Friday, November 8th Saturday, November 9th Sunday, November 10th

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Streamline Ringette www.streamlineringette.com

Hours: Friday, November 8th Saturday, November 9th

11 a.m. – 5 p.m. 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Vancouver Sports Pictures www.vancouversportspictures.com

To book your team game photos, please contact Paul Yates 778.879.0585 pvyates@shaw.ca

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Raffle Prizes Donors Thank you to the following individuals/organizations who have generously donated to our tournament:

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Acknowledgments THANK YOU to: All the coaches, trainers and managers who dedicate their time and energy to ensure that their teams would be able to attend the IceBreaker event All the players who put out their very best efforts for every game that they play this weekend All the families and friends who show/demonstrate their love and care by supporting the players through long drives, early morning/late night practices and cheer on their teams whilst sitting in cold arenas All the dedicated staff at BCSC, BLA, KEN, MPA and QPA who run around all weekend answering all our requests Ron at RJ Enterprises who helped out greatly with a late order of the all important game banners needed for the finals All the vendors who will be at IceBreaker this weekend, and who have also donated prizes All our generous sponsors who have donated prizes All the BNWRA families and teams who have volunteered their time before during and most likely after the tournament– including the creation and donation of gift baskets for the raffle table, running around town picking up various prizes and supplies, creating this tournament program, creating the game posters and ensuring that this tournament will be a success! And special THANK YOUs to those amazing people who went above and beyond in order to make this tournament happen… Nathan Lew, Logo Designer – THANK YOU for your time and dedication in making this year’s amazing artwork for our tournament. Austin Watase, Program Creator – THANK YOU for creating this program. Eric Turmel, Ref-in-Chief – THANK YOU for all your hard work in contacting and assigning refs, as well as being on site during tournament weekend. Patrick Lim, Volunteer Scheduler – THANK YOU for dealing with such a tight deadline, and trying to assign slots where there were no game conflicts so that parents could watch and cheer on their players. Shirley Chang, Treasurer – THANK YOU for dealing with our constant emails asking about team payments, organizing the gaming licenses and getting raffle tickets printed Yvonne Cheng, All-Around Star – THANK YOU for running around town to pick up whatever was needed, coordinating the gift basket donations, and picking up the pieces! Eunice Cho, Game Scheduler, Budget Analyzer and Superwoman – THANK YOU for EVERYTHING!! You have made our lives so much easier as you have taken on so much of the Committee work, including creating the game schedule, double-checking everyone’s work and fixing all our issues! Hope to see you all next year! Felicia Lui and Tara Hung, IceBreaker Co-Directors

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