Sep 062012

2013 Stimilon Pond Hockey Challenge
Willand Pond
Dover, New Hampshire
February 9 – 10, 2013

Competitive Division- For men and women who are Competitive players, 21 years old or older and 35 years and older respectively. (Maximum of 8 players on their roster)

Fun Division- For men and women 21 years old or older and 35 years and older respectively who just want to come out, strap the skates on and have a great time. (Maximum of 8 players on their roster)

The Stimilon Pond Hockey Challenge was created to celebrate our sport in the way many of us started – back on the pond. Willand Pond in Dover, NH will be the home of the first annual Stimilon Pond Hockey Challenge. Teams from 2 different divisions will take the ice in an effort to win the coveted Stimilon Cup and claim themselves champions of fun!

Whether you are part of a competitive team or just getting a bunch of buddies together for fun, this is the tournament for you. Each team will get a minimum of 4 games. The top 6 in each division will earn their way into the playoffs until we get down to the final 2 teams – so some teams may get up to 7 games over the weekend – so plan your roster accordingly.

But skating is not the only draw – many of you will come for the “after hours” part of the tournament – the good food and great libations from all of the local taverns and restaurants of Dover NH – most within 1/2 mile of the pond. Lodging is close by as well and many of the hotels will be offering shuttles to and from the rink to help serve you.

So get your team together and sign up now – only 10 teams per division will be able to play! Don’t wait.

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