The Top Shelf Road Hockey Series is a “Tournament for Everyone” it welcomes all ages and skill sets; Top Shelf 3 on3 features competitive and recreational divisions for all experience levels and competitive interests in all different age categories from youth to adult.
Our focus will be on creating a fun atmosphere that promotes healthy competition and player safety, through the recruitment of top officials and implementing proper systems in place to ensure a high standard of officiating.
This tournament will be a great road hockey experience for all involved while having a festival appeal to it will feature some unique aspects to it from other events.
Top Shelf 3 on 3 is National Road Hockey Series, that travels from city to city to host road hockey events. Our road hockey events are designed for ANYONE to play regardless of age, skill or competitive interests.
We provide recreation and competitive divisions for all ages from 5 years to adult.
Top Shelf 3 on 3 is a National Road Hockey Series, that is an event sanctioned by the sport’s governing body the Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA), a couple major benefits to this, include:
Our event and the players involved are covered under the CBHA’s insurance policy for liability, medical and accidental insurance.
Championship and Runner up teams in some divisions qualify for the CBHA indoor 3 on 3 National Championships (Mens A, B, C, Womens Competitive and potentially U19 and U17 Divisions).
Top Shelf prides itself on striving to provide a fun, safe and competitive playing environment, we plan to do so through providing high-quality officials and an operating structure that provides our less experienced ref with rink monitors.
- The model we enforce is that we compensate our officials well from top to bottom. If you pay for good officiating – you will have a great event.
Our head officials are members of the Canadian Ball Hockey Association, they have experience officiating at Provincial, Regional, National and even the World Ball Hockey Championships. Additionally, most have experience officiating and as an acting Ref in Chief in outdoor road hockey tournaments exceeding 400+ teams.
- All teams get 3 round robin games on Saturday and all teams make playoffs on Sunday.
- Team receive a minimum of 4 games total (round robin + playoffs), more based on playoff advancement.
Our ideal method of scheduling will be to have all youth teams play round robin games between 8 am and 1 pm; Adults would be 1 pm to 8 pm, this is all dependant on the number of teams.
By scheduling age-specific in a certain time frame the following is accomplished: