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SCAHL 16th Annual All Star Event Hosted Once Again by Medicine Hat Minor Hockey

The SCAHL is pleased to announce that the 2015 All Star Weekend will once again be hosted by Medicine Hat Minor Hockey January 17-18.

The SCAHL All Star weekend features games between North and South Conference teams in Pee Wee AA, Bantam AA and Midget AA on Sunday January 18, and an all teams banquet on Saturday January 17.  Team practices will also be held on January 17.

Team selections will be released in December, along with further details on the weekends events.

2015 will mark the 16th annual SCAHL All Star event.
Posted on 10/12/2014

Midget AA Interlock All Star Game Feb 8

The SCAHL Board of Directors has approved the participation of the SCAHL in a Midget AA all-star game event in participation with Hockey Calgary.

The game this season will be hosted by the SCAHL and Okotoks Minor Hockey, and is scheduled for Sunday, February 8th at 4:15 pm at the Pason Centennial Arena.

The 14 SCAHL teams will send 18 skaters and 3 goalies to compete against a team selected from the 8 midget AA Calgary teams.

The SCAHL team coaching position will be assigned to North Division and South Division All Star Head Coaches as selected for the SCAHL All Star event.

Player selection will be made by this coaching staff from the rosters of the SCAHL midget teams, considering the following guidelines:

  • There shall be a minimum of 1 representative from each of the divisions 14 teams

Invitations for the selected players will be sent, and the roster announced on January 24th.
Posted on 10/12/2014

SCAHL Play Off Release

Play-off Structure 2014-15

September 23, 2014

Following is the 2014-15 play-off structure and date guidelines.  If, due to Provincial or Alberta Cup commitments, the date guidelines require revision, it must be submitted and approved by the Division Governor.

The Division Governor is responsible for coordinating all play-off schedules with the respective teams, and in the case of any conflicts, the Division Governor may arbitrate, unconditionally.

General

Regular season rules apply, excepting that each game will be played until a winner is determined.

Tie Breaker: In the event teams are tied for play-off position as of the final standings, the procedure for establishing higher placement will be based on the following:
  1st – best record head to head games
  2nd – most wins
  3rd – highest goal differential ratio in head to head games.
4th – highest goal differential ratio (total goals for over total goals against).
 

Overtime Rules: Overtime is sudden death – the first team to score wins.  If game ends in tie, a 5-minute break will be given, and the game will resume with 10 minutes on the gameclock. 
If still tied after the initial 10-minute overtime period, the ice will be flooded and the second overtime period of 20 minutes will then commence.
This process will continue until a winner is decided.

The home team will be responsible of the submission of all gamesheets, to the governor and the statistician, within 2 hours of the completion of the game.  The stat entry to the website must also be done within this timeframe.

No play-off game shall have a start time later than 8:30 p.m.

Governors will establish a draft schedule for the dates for the play-off games, and provide this to team managers in order for them to obtain icetimes. The governor will be responsible for the review and approval of the play-off schedule, and will notify the league statistician of the schedule for posting to the SCAHL website.
In the event of conflict in scheduling, the governor shall determine the schedule.

Schedule Protocol
3 Game Series’ – game 1 at higher seed, game 2 at lower seed, game 3 (if required) at higher seed.
5 Game Championship Series – games 1 & 2 at higher seed, games 3 & 4 at lower seed, game 5 (if required) at higher seed.

Pee Wee

Alberta Pee Wee AA Provincials March 19-22
B.C. Pee Wee AAA Provincials March 15-20

In each division, north and south, the teams that finish 1st through 6th will receive a first round bye.  The next four teams will enter round 1.
Round 1 – Feb. 17, 18 or 19 – One Game Play-In.  Team 10 @ Team 7, and Team 9 @ Team 8. 
Round 2 – Feb. 21-25 – Best of 3.  Lowest seeded round 1 winner @ #1 seed; second lowest seeded round 1 winner @ #2 seed; #6 @ #3; #5 @ #4.
Round 3 – Feb. 27-March 4 - Lowest seeded at highest seeded.
Round 4 – March 6 to 11 – Best of 3 Division Championships.  Lowest ranked at highest ranked.
Round 5 – March 13-March 31 – Best of 5 League Championships.  Winner of North Division versus winner of South Division.  Team with most points in regular season home team.

Bantam

Alberta Bantam AA Provincials are March 12-15
BC Bantam AAA Provincials are March 15-20
Alberta Cup Camps: March 27-29

In each division, north and south, 8 teams make the play offs.
Round 1 - February 20-25 - Best of 3 - #8 @ #1; #7 @ #2; #6 @ #3; #5 @ #4.
Round 2 - February 27 - March 4 - Best of 3.  Lowest seed at highest seed.
Round 3 – March 6 to 11 – Best of 3 Division Championships.  Lowest seeded at highest seeded.
Round 4 – March 13-March 25, March 30,31 – Best of 5 League Championships.  Winner of North Division versus winner of South Division.  Team with most points in regular season home team.

Midget

Alberta Midget AA Provincials March 19-22
BC MAA Provincials are March 15-20

In each division, north and south, the teams that finish 1st and 2nd will receive a first and second round bye and the teams that finish 3rd through 5th will receive a first round bye. 
Round 1 – Feb. 17, 18 or 19 – One Game Play-In.  Team 7 @ Team 6, with winner getting #6 seed.
Round 2 – Feb. 20 – 25 – Best of 3.  Team 6 at Team 3, and Team 5 at Team 4. 
Round 3 – Feb. 27-March 4 – Best of 3.  Lowest ranked winner of round 1 at 1st Place Team, and highest ranked winner of round one at 2nd Place Team.
Round 4 – March 6 to 11 – Best of 3 Division Championships.  Lowest ranked at highest ranked.
Round 5 – March 13-March 30 – Best of 5 League Championships.  Winner of North Division versus winner of South Division.  Team with most points in regular season home team.

Posted on 10/06/2014

2014-15 Season Kicks Off September 19-21

Get ready for another exciting season in one of Alberta's highest level AA hockey leagues.


The SCAHL begins it's 22nd season of play September 19-21 in the Pee Wee AA and Bantam AA divisions, and September 26-28 in the Midget AA division.


Full schedules can be viewed by opening the appropriate Division Tab on the home page.
Posted on 09/18/2014

Tournaments Hosted by SCAHL Teams

The following tournaments are hosted by the SCAHL Home Association listed.  The best contacts would be the SCAHL team manager in that Division.

Pee Wee AA

Cranbrook - October 31-November 2
Medicine Hat - October 10-12
Lethbridge - November 21-23
Red Deer - October 10-12

Bantam AA

Cranbrook - November 14-16
Medicine Hat - October 23-26
Lethbridge - December 4-7
Olds - October 24-26

Midget AA

Cranbrook - November 28-30
Lethbridge - January 31 - February 1
Olds - November 14-16
Posted on 09/02/2014



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