Friday, September 30 – Sunday, October 2 2022
U10 (2013) A/AA , U12 (2011) AA, U13 (2010) AA, U14 (2009) AA, U15 (2008) AA, U16 (2007) AA
U10 (2013) A/AA/AAA, U12 (2011) AA, U13 (2010) AA – $1,592.92 + HST ($1,800 in Total)
U14 (2009), U15 (2008) AA – $1,703.54 + HST ($1,925 in Total)
U16 (2007) AA – $1,814.16 + HST ($2,050 in Total)
This 8th annual edition of the Capital Gold Rush Tournament presented by the Gloucester Rangers will be headquartered at the state-of-the-art 4-pad Richcraft Sensplex with some games played at the Bell Sensplex (Official practice facility of the NHL’s Ottawa Senators), where parents can enjoy the action from the comfort of Stanley’s Restaurant above the Bell Sensplex ice surfaces and Meatings Barbecue above the Richcraft Sensplex ice surfaces.
Some tournament features include:
The Richcraft Sensplex features plenty to compliment the action on the ice, including:
All teams MUST be prepared to start as early as 8:00 a.m. on Friday, September 30th.
While the Richcraft Sensplex is the headquarters for this event, some teams may play games at other local facilities.
HTG Sports is the exclusive travel partner for all tournaments hosted by Sensplex Tournaments. Booking with them is a mandatory condition of acceptance for all out of town teams. Accommodations for all events will be arranged on your behalf by Kelly Dooley at [email protected] or 1-800-668-5596 . This will offer your team the lowest rates on a FULL range of area hotels!
We are proud to offer a special tournament participant rate to the Ottawa Senators game. Interested teams must book with Ottawa Senators group sales account manager Matt Haddad at [email protected] or by phone at 613-295-2518. Tournament scheduling will accommodate those group tickets purchased through these official channels. Please note that ticket sales will be limited and sold on a first come first serve basis to accommodate tournament scheduling needs.
HEO Minor Sanction #: 22-016
Teams will play a minimum of four games, including or followed by the playoff rounds for those that qualify (either quarters, semis, or finals depending upon number of teams at each division).