Enfield Twin Rinks and the Jacob Roger Poulin Foundation present the
Date: Monday, February 21st, 2022
Time: 7:30am - 2:00pm (*subject to change*)
(Open Skate: TBD)
Place: Enfield Twin Rinks
1 Prior Road, Enfield, CT
Join the JRPF on February 21st, 2022 for our 4th annual 3v3 Hockey Jamboree and Open Skate! The Jamboree is for Mites, Squirts, and new this year Peewees! The Open Skate is for everyone! The event will begin at 7:30am, but please be at the rink 30 minutes before your first game to receive your jersey and game time slots and we will send this info to emails used during registration. The entry fee for the Jamboree is $30 a player, which includes admission to the Open Skate. The Open Skate is $10 per person for anyone who isn't a skater in the 3v3. Rentals will be available for the Open Skate and tickets can be purchased at the door, so bring the whole family, bring your friends, bring the whole neighborhood! All funds raised will go to the Jacob Roger Poulin Foundation!
Open to everyone!
Rentals available for a fee
$10 per person, collected at the door
Jamboree (registration closes 2/11)
3+ person teams (co-ed teams acceptable, recommended 4 players, 6 person max)
2009-2016 birth years
Minimum of three games per team that last between seven-ten minutes
Each player receives a Jamboree jersey
$30 per player (includes Open Skate). Fee increases to $35 after 2/7/22
1. What bracket is my player/team?
A: We are try to make the games as fairly matched as possible so that everyone has fun. Some teams may have a game or two scheduled outside of their "bracket", depending on how many teams register to play.
2. Can we have mixed ages on our team?
A: Yes, but please be mindful of skill level and player size of your skaters. We want everyone to be safe and have fun. With this in mind, older players will not be able to play down. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with special requests.
3. Can I register my player as an individual, without a team?
A: We would really prefer that every player be registered with a team because finding enough individual players of the same bracket has been very challenging.
4. What age is the Open Skate open to?
A: All ages! We want everyone to come out and enjoy this day together. Note: Minors need to be accompanied by an adult and have a waiver signed by their parent/guardian.
5. Do you need goalies?
A: Nope. The ice is split into three sections and uses small goals. No goalies necessary (but we hope they register and play the ice too - this is a fun event for everyone!
Have another question? Ask us by sending an email to email@example.com!
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