From time to time, an On-Ice Official will be giving the signal for a delayed penalty when the non-offending team will cause a violation - such as carrying the ring over the blueline or violating the crease. As a result - play will be stopped immediately and the On-ice Official will call the delayed penalty. However, play stopped because of the violation - and not because of the penalty, and the team that received the penalty will also get the freepass after the stoppage in play.
The Eastman Ringette Association's Player Development Committee is pleased to announce two player development streams for the 2016/17 season. The first stream is targetted at players and coaches in the various Eastman communities and will see an MRA-certified and junior instructor lead up to four practices to develop skills at no charge. For more details, click on the following link:
The second stream is targetted at players who have a desire to play A or AA. This stream will focus on developing skills, team play and Ringette "IQ" necessary to play at a higher level and will also incorporate a 3 on 3 game component where learned skills will be put to the test. For more details, click on the following link:
The Eastman Ringette Association is very pleased to announce that a U16A team, the Eastman Heat, will represent Eastman in the Winnipeg Ringette League during the upcoming 2016/17 Ringette season. The team will be co-hosted by the Springfield and Lorette Ringette Associations. For more details, click on the following link.
The Eastman U16AA Flames are Provincial champs! The Flames won the Provincial title today defeating the U16AA Angels 5 to 4 in overtime. The Angels rallied from two, two-goal deficits during today's game to tie it twice and send it into ovetime. The Flames won the best-of-three seires two games to none - each game only being won by one goal. Both games were hard-fought victories by the Flames who were matched against a very talented and determined Angels team.
The Flames were neck and neck with the Angles during the regular season; each team finishing the season with the same number of points. The Flames were awarded first place after a second tie breaker and received a bye for the first round of the Provincial playoffs. The Flames will now be "Team Manitoba" in the U16AA division at the upcoming 2016 National Ringette Championships in London, ON during April 3 to 9. The U16AA Angels will also be competing in the National Ringette Championships so Ringette fans in Manitoba can take comfort in the fact that the province will be represented by two very skilled teams.
GO FLAMES, GO!
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The Lorette Ringette Association invites you to our Annual April 3 on 3 Tournament held April 2 - 16 at the Ile des Chenes and Landmarkarenas. This tournament will give players a chance to keep up their Ringette skills with a fast paced 3 on 3 tournament. There will be 5 games guaranteed over a 2 week period with a possible playoff game on April 16th. We are accepting registration for teams only.
U10, U12B/C, U12A/B, U14, U14AA-U16, U19-Open
Additional loops may open up depending on interest. Some levels may not be available if there is not enough interest.
Registration is $1000 per team
An ideal teams will consist of nine skaters and one goalie.
You may have up to 12 skaters and 1 goalie.
Jerseys will be provided for each player.
Most games will be played during the weekends with some Fridays and if needed we will pick up other days.
Register early to ensure your spot!
Deadline to register: March 3, 2017
For more information or to register please contact:
- firstname.lastname@example.orgOak Bluff (full ice, $200)- Saturday January 14 at 9:00-10:00am- Thursday January 19 at 9:15-10:15pm- Saturday January 21 at 9:00-10:00am- Saturday January 28 at 9:00-10:00am- Saturday February 4 at 9:00-10:00am- Saturday February 18 at 9:00-10:00amSanford (full ice, $160)- Saturday January 14 at 5:00-6:00pm- Saturday January 14 at 6:15-7:15pm- Sunday January 15 at 5:45-6:45pm- Saturday January 21 at 6:15-7:15pm- Saturday January 28 at 6:15-7:15pm- Saturday February 4 at 5:00-6:00pm- Saturday February 4 at 6:15-7:15pmStarbuck (full ice, $160)- Sunday January 15 at 1:00-2:00pm- Sunday January 15 at 2:15-3:15pm- Sunday January 15 at 3:30-4:30pm- Sunday January 22 at 1:00-2:00pm- Sunday January 22 at 2:15-3:15pm- Sunday January 22 at 3:30-4:30pm- Sunday February 5 at 1:00-2:00pm
Starbuck Arena has ice available for extra practices. Check the ice rental calendar at www.starbuckrecreation.com or contact email@example.com.Daytime slots on Louis Riel Day available as well as various Saturday and Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings at 7:45 pm.