Date: Saturday, August 29th – Monday, August 31st, 2020

Category: Spring/Summer AAA Hockey:

Boys (Full Ice – 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006)

Girls (Full Ice – 2011-12, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2005-06)

Note for 2013 teams: While it was our intention to play half-ice games at the 2013 level, we have decided to play full-ice games at this level, in order to promote spacing on the ice where possible, with regards to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Special Rules

On Monday, July 13, Ottawa entered Stage 3 as it relates to COVID-19. This stage WILL allow this tournament to be played with the following special considerations:


  • Rosters will be limited to 12 players (combination of goalies and skaters). These players must be the same throughout the event. No more than 12 different players may play for a team during a tournament. No player may play on multiple teams in the tournament. S.S.H.D. teams will be allowed to have up to 13 players on their roster.
  • Games will be played with regular hockey rules – full ice and 5-on-5, with the exception of the 2013 division, which will be played on full ice, but 4-on-4.
  • There will be no body checking in any division
  • A limit of one spectator per player will be allowed in the facility.
  • Teams will play all their games within a “bubble” of 4 total teams. This is to adhere to the 50 person limit for competition.
  • Players must arrive at the arena fully dressed, with the exception of skates, gloves, and helmet

As the tournament approaches, more specific COVID-19 rules and regulations will be shared with your team.

Divisions will be tiered using one of the following methods:

  • Separate divisions of play (ex. D2 and D3) for the entirety of the tournament (round robin and playoffs). Teams should indicate if they are a D2 or D3 team when they apply (e.g. mostly Tier I players, or mostly Tiers II/III players)
  • One division of play for all teams should that be determined as the best option



PRE-NOVICE – $707.96 + HST ($800.00 TOTAL)


Games Per Team: 5 Game Minimum


Pre-Novice (Half Ice) 4-on-4 games, 3 minute warm-up, board setup time, & 2 x 22.5 minute run-time periods. A 90 second shift buzzer will be in use at the 2013 level.

Novice and Atom divisions,: 2×10, 1×12 minute stop time periods.

Peewee, Bantam divisions: 3 X 12 minute stop time periods. No body checking in any division.


Hosted by Capital Sports Management, this hockey tournament is hosted at the state-of-the-art Bell and Richcraft Sensplex facilities. Here are just some features of the Sensplex Summer Finale. Here are just some features of the this great event:

  • Great competition
  • Best facility anywhere for tournaments
  • Fantastic hotels, shopping, and amenities within 3-minutes of the tournament headquarters
  • Returning after great reviews  – Sensplex Tournaments is pleased to continue our partnership with HockeyTV. HockeyTV is a subscription based service that broadcasts all games played at the Bell and Richcraft Sensplex both live and on-demand. 

IMPORTANT: Teams must be able to begin play at 8 a.m. on Saturday, August 29th.

INSURANCE: Teams should have liability coverage for their organization and proof of Insurance will be required upon check-in. For teams looking for affordable hockey insurance options, consider IPlayhockey which provides insurance for many AAA teams throughout Ottawa and beyond. For more information, contact: Shawn Perrier at 613-745-1352/888-361-1352 or [email protected]

Hudson Travel Group is the exclusive travel partner for all Sensplex Tournaments. Please note that it is a condition of acceptance for out-of-town teams to book accomodations through this means. Accommodations for all events at the Sensplex facilities will be arranged on your behalf by Kelly Dooley at [email protected] or 1-800-668-5596. This will ensure your team the lowest rates on a FULL range of area hotels!