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Brew City Showdown Tournament

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2024 Brew City SHOWDOWN

May 3rd-5th

**Mark your calendars now!

Pet Pictures to be displayed at the Showdown!

Email all your Fur Baby Pictures to dena_foster@yahoo.com

Why We Do This

Information

Rules

Game Schedule

Get Involved

Why We Do This...

Each year we choose an organization to support and give a portion of the proceeds from this tournament.

2023  

Little Buddies in Mukwonago (wishlist)   $1500
Second Hand Purrs in Milwaukee (wishlist)   $1500

 

2021- HAWS

Image result for HAWS logo HAWS is dedicated to saving lives. They don’t turn our community’s animals away, keeping our doors open to help the animals of families in distress as well as lost and stray animals.

RAISED:
$2000 + in funds and supplies

 

 

2020 - Unfortunately we were not able to run the tournament in 2020 due to Covid-19. 

2019 - https://hawspets.org/

Image result for HAWS logo HAWS is dedicated to saving lives.They don’t turn our community’s animals away, keeping our doors open to help the animals of families in distress as well as lost and stray animals.

RAISED:
$2000

$450 in supplies

$795 Much needed incubator

 

2019 Donation pics 

2018 - HAWS / WASA Sled Hockey

Sled hockey is a sit-down version of ice hockey for players whose disability prevents them from playing stand-up hockey. The difference is equipment.

http://www.wisconsinadaptivesports.org/

RAISED:
$1000

 

2017 - WASA (WI Adaptive Sports Association) Sled Hockey 

Sled hockey is a sit-down version of ice hockey for players whose disability prevents them from playing stand-up hockey. The difference is equipment.

http://www.wisconsinadaptivesports.org/

RAISED:
$1000

 

2016 - Hearts in Motion

The mission of Hearts In Motion is to provide care and medical treatment for children, families, and communities through its programs and sponsorships in the U.S., and Central and South America. RAISED:
$1000

 

2015 Presentation of check to Hearts in Motion

 

2015 - Hearts in Motion

The mission of Hearts In Motion is to provide care and medical treatment for children, families, and communities through its programs and sponsorships in the U.S., and Central and South America.

RAISED:
$1000

 

 

2014 - Hearts in Motion

The mission of Hearts In Motion is to provide care and medical treatment for children, families, and communities through its programs and sponsorships in the U.S., and Central and South America.

RAISED:

$1000

 

2013 - Hearts in Motion

The mission of Hearts In Motion is to provide care and medical treatment for children, families, and communities through its programs and sponsorships in the U.S., and Central and South America. 

RAISED:

$1000

 

2012 - Hearts in Motion

The mission of Hearts In Motion is to provide care and medical treatment for children, families, and communities through its programs and sponsorships in the U.S., and Central and South America.  RAISED: $1,000

 

2011 - National Osteoporosis Foundation

The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) is the leading consumer and community-focused health organization dedicated to the prevention of osteoporosis and broken bones, the promotion of strong bones for life and the reduction of human suffering through programs of public and clinician awareness, education, advocacy and research.

RAISED:

$1,000 

 

2010 - National Osteoporosis Foundation

The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) is the leading consumer and community-focused health organization dedicated to the prevention of osteoporosis and broken bones, the promotion of strong bones for life and the reduction of human suffering through programs of public and clinician awareness, education, advocacy and research.

RAISED:

$1,000 

 

 

2009 - National Osteoporosis Foundation

The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) is the leading consumer and community-focused health organization dedicated to the prevention of osteoporosis and broken bones, the promotion of strong bones for life and the reduction of human suffering through programs of public and clinician awareness, education, advocacy and research.

RAISED:

$1,000 

Schedule

Schedules will be posted as soon as possible.

Get Involoved

Get Involved

There is a lot of room where we need some assistance to help make this tournament a success.
 
Please contact metrohockeyVP@gmail.com for more details on how you can help out.
 
Seeking donation items for the raffle and silent auction..

Divisions

We do our best to create parity in our tournament.
 
If you play in the WCHL (in parenthesis below) we will refer to rankings to make sure you are place in the correct division. We understand you may have a combination of skill on your team. Please do not underrate the skill level of your teammates, be honest so we can make sure we all have competition. Many teams will have a combination of skill, please try to balance out the skill and some to a balanced skill level.
 
C1 - Intermediate - (D3/D4) Former high school or long time adult players. These players skate with the puck, can shoot and score, good all-around skaters. May have played some youth hockey.
 
C2 - Low intermediate - (D4/D5) Little or no high school experience but can skate with a puck and lift with ease, will carry the puck, look up and pass, skate backwards well.
 
D - Novice - (D6/D7) Can carry the puck, but not 100% confident, working on good passes, working on skating backwards, can skate forward, working on shooting
 
If you have questions please feel free to contact us at brewcityshowdown@gmail.com

Rules

Brew City Showdown Tournament Rules

  • Age Limit 18 years of age as of the start of the tournament.
  • Once the zamboni doors close, all teams will receive a 3 minute warm up prior to start of game.
  • Red line icing.
  • All games will play tag-up off sides.
  • Checking will NOT be permitted in any division.
  • Slap shots are allowed in all divisions.
  • Length of periods: 3 – 12 minute stop time periods.
  • All games ending in a tie will result in a 3 man shoot out. If still tied, sudden death shootout will be used, until one team scores and the other doesn't; players who shot in the first 3 cannot shoot until a team has used the entire roster in the shootout (even if the other has not). At that time both teams may start over with the first shooter. Visiting team shoots first.
  • Time-outs: Each team will be allowed one - 1 minute time-out per game.
  • Guaranteed 3 tournament games.
  • For all games, the team listed first shall be considered the Home Team, and will wear Dark jerseys.
  • Running time in the third period is used when there is a 5 or more goal differential. Should the differential go below 5, the clock returns to stop time.
  • Double rostering or substituting players allowed only upon approval by Tournament Director.
  • All players must be listed on your submitted roster in order to play. If someone plays that is not on your submitted roster or without approval from the Tournament Director, it could result in forfeiture.

Penalties

  • Minor penalty: 1:30 minutes
  • Major penalty: 4:00 minutes
  • Misconducts: 8:00 minutes (Player expulsion for the game played, another player that was on the ice will serve the 8 minute penalty)

4 Team Round Robin

  • 3 points - to the team that wins the game within regulation time
  • 1 point - to each team for a game that ends in a tie
  • 1 point - to the team that wins in a shoot out

6 Team Pool Play
The total points from the 1st and 2nd games are used to seed the teams for the 3rd game. The overall standing from the 1st and 2nd games will be determined by using the point stytem

  • 3 points - to the team that wins the game within regulation time
  • 1 point - to each team for a game that ends in a tie
  • 1 point - to the team that wins in a shoot out

Tie Breaker

  • The difference of goals for and goals against, with the winner being determined by the greatest surplus
  • Total goals for (most)
  • Goals against (least)
  • Lowest total penalty minutes
  • Coin flip

Protests
No protests will be allowed regarding rules interpretations or judgment calls made by game officials. All decisions made by the officials during the game are final!
 

Team Conduct
Brew City Showdown officials expect the conduct of players to be beyond reproach both on and off the ice. Any game misconduct will result in immediate ejection from the game and possible suspension from the next game. Spectators should also be advised that the Brew City Showdown has established a “ZERO TOLERANCE” policy in regards to abusive language and unsportsmanlike behavior towards opposing team players and fans, as well as referees, volunteers and tournament officials. Spectators violating this policy will be immediately escorted from the venue.