Tournament of Heroes (Whitby Girls Hockey Association)

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Registration for our Tournament of Heroes is now closed. We are excited to see you December 1 -3, 2017 in Whitby

Check back regularly on this Tournament site for updates.

Tournament Day Information
Tournament Head quarters are located upstairs in Whitney Hall within Iroquois Park Sports Centre
(IPSC), 500 Victoria Street West, Whitby.
For your convenience: You can register at the rink where you will be playing your first game.
You do not have to make your way to IPSC unless your game is at this location.

Map

For a map to the various tournament Arenas click here:  Whitby_map_2017.pdf

Please take notice of the Santa Claus Parade road closures (Brock Street) on Saturday Dec 2nd
Make sure you allow for plenty of travel time since Tournament games may start 15 minutes early.


Tournament Rules
(Posted November 16, 2017, revised November 24, 2017)

Tournament Schedule
(Posted November 16, 2017, revised November 24, 2017)

Results
Free text messaging

At the 2017 WGHA Tournament of Heroes, we are offering free text messaging of scores, advancement notices and information to all teams and families.
Texts are free to receive if you have a text messaging option on your cell phone plan. Your information is kept confidential and not shared. To subscribe or for information, click one of these links:


From your Mobile or Tablet
http://www.tourneysms.com/Mobile/MRegister.aspx?TrnSMS=82f0a093 
From your Desktop
http://www.tourneysms.com/Register/rgTourneyReg.aspx?TrnSMS=82f0a093



Hotel Information

Questions: Contact [email protected]


The Whitby Girls Hockey Association is a proud supporter of Wounded Warriors Canada 

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