The Tiers & Divisions

Tier descriptions below are general guidelines. Final placement will be done by our staff using a comparison of actual team rosters with information gathered from our unique Registration System. Several divisions may be created within each tier to insure the best competition possible and a great experience for all teams. We are committed to creating  a custom fit for every team every tournament where you will play only teams of similar age and skill. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to Contact Us.

General Guidelines

TIER I

Elite

Former NHL, Current NHL Prospects, NCAA College Div. I, Junior A, Highest Levels Adult Rec Hockey Leagues

TIER II

Advanced

College Club Teams, Junior B, High School Varsity grads, Advanced Adult Rec Hockey Leagues B Levels

TIER III

Intermediate

Intermediate Adult Rec Hockey  Leagues Upper C Levels, Generally experience playing youth or high school hockey. Higher level players who have aged a bit.

TIER IV

Novice

Novice Adult Rec Hockey Leagues Lower C, D Levels, Generally some experience playing youth hockey.

TIER V

Beginner

Lowest level Adult Rec Hockey Leagues D, E. Often players that have began their hockey career as adults

Old Timers

Novice/ Intermediate

Open to teams and players age 40 and above