Sun
Jun
23
09:00 AM
Innisfail Phantoms U9 1
Stettler Thunder U9 1
Sun
Jun
23
09:00 AM
Lacoka Locos U9 2
Red Deer Chiefs U9 3
Sun
Jun
23
09:00 AM
Stettler Thunder U13 B 1
Red Deer Chiefs U13 B 1
Sun
Jun
23
09:15 AM
Innisfail Phantoms U13 B 1
Lacoka Locos U13 B 1
Sun
Jun
23
10:00 AM
Chargers U9 2
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U9 2
Sun
Jun
23
10:00 AM
Innisfail Phantoms U9 2
Lacoka Locos U9 1
Sun
Jun
23
10:30 AM
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U13 B 1
Chargers U13 B 1
Sun
Jun
23
10:45 AM
Blackfalds Warriors U17 B 1
Red Deer Chiefs U17 B 1
Sun
Jun
23
11:00 AM
Olds Stingers U13 B 1
Red Deer Chiefs U13 B 2
Sun
Jun
23
11:00 AM
Red Deer Chiefs U9 2
Blackfalds Warriors U9 2
Sat
Jun
22
12:15 PM
Chargers U13 B 2
Stettler Thunder U13 B 1
1
6
Sat
Jun
22
01:30 PM
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U13 B 2
Blackfalds Warriors U13 B 1
5
4
Sat
Jun
22
01:45 PM
Chargers U13 B 1
Olds Stingers U13 B 1
9
4
Sat
Jun
22
02:00 PM
Lacoka Locos U17 B 1
Innisfail Phantoms U17 B 1
12
5
Sat
Jun
22
03:00 PM
Red Deer Chiefs U13 B 2
Red Deer Chiefs U13 B 1
2
10
Sat
Jun
22
03:15 PM
Stettler Thunder U13 B 1
Lacoka Locos U13 B 1
9
11
Sat
Jun
22
04:00 PM
Blackfalds Warriors U17 B 1
Chargers U17 B 1
10
8
Sat
Jun
22
04:30 PM
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U13 B 2
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U13 B 1
9
6
Sat
Jun
22
06:00 PM
Sylvan Lake Buccaneers U17 B 1
Red Deer Chiefs U17 B 1
9
3
Sat
Jun
22
08:00 PM
Blackfalds Warriors U17 B 1
Lacoka Locos U17 B 1
7
2

U17


 U17

Top 8 teams participate in double elimination

For the 2024 season 

Friday evening games will be played in Red Deer and the remaining games will be played in Sylvan Lake.

 

 

 

 

If a game ends in a tie.  The teams will be given a 5-minute break, followed by a 15-minute sudden victory period with an opening face off. If still a tie another 5 minute break followed by a 15-minute sudden victory period and so on.

               Game Lengths as per ALA Standard Game Length

In order to keep the schedule as up too date ASAP all game sheets must be scanned and emailed to admin@centralalbertalacrosse.com and discipline@centralalbertalacrosse.com by both the home and away team IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING the game

Game sheets must also be entered on website IMMEDIATELY following the game by the home team, and verified by the visiting team within 30 minutes of game ending.

White Copies of the game sheets must be dropped off at the host table in the lobby, this will be the responsibility of the home team.

League Playoff Committee consists of the following people:

CALL President - Kim Smyth (403)741-8262

CALL Executive Director - Angela Nygaard (403) 358-2345

admin@centralalbertalacrosse.com

CALL Discipline Chair -  discipline@centralalbertalacrosse.com

CALL RIC -  ric@centralalbertalacrosse.com  

 

Other Weekend Tournament Rules 

No balls will be allowed in or around the facilities. Balls will be confiscated, and the player or players will be suspended from the next game.

Any damage or willful intent to damage property and resulting costs will be directed to the offending club. Exclusion from all future CALL related games/tournamentswill be imposed upon the entire club until payment of damages has been received. The offending player or players will be suspended from the remainder of the playoffs.

A ZERO tolerance will be in effect for all players and fans that are abusive either physically or verbally. The referee will stop the game (but not the clock if it is running time). The home team will be asked to have the offender removed regardless of team affiliation. The game will not resume until the offender is ejected They may be aided in this task by the rink manager. The rink manager or CALL executive member may also ask fans that are verbally abusive to players, other fans, or referees to leave the arena without the referee assistance. Calling the police will be an early option. 

All teams must come with their regular rosters. They cannot pick up players without priorapproval by the CALL president, or vice-president if the president is unavailable.

The Home team will contribute 3 and the Visiting team will contribute 2 minor officials(Scorekeeper/Timekeeper/30 Second timer/Penalty gate openers) to a maximum of 5 people in the box. Score keepers please indicate Power Play (PP) and Short Handed (SH) goals. Teams must assign personnel prior to the game, and the minor officials must be in position at the start of the team warm-up. Any team without its minor officials will be assessed a delay of game penalty. (Volunteer minor officials are to be impartial; any inappropriate behavior will be dealt with by the officials)

ALL APs used in playoffs must be approved by the CALL president, please email 
admin@centralalbertalacrosse@gmail.compresident@centralalbertalacrosse.com and your club president if you require approval.
include the players name and reason AP is required.

The Home team will supply the warm up balls

All referee decisions during the course of a game are final.

Teams not ready to start or resume play promptly will be assessed a 2 min. delay of game

penalty. If not ready after 5 minutes, a game forfeit will be assessed. A Delay of Game penalty in the last 2 minutes of a game will cause a penalty shot to be awarded against the offending team

(LC Rule)

 

Upcoming Events


Jul. 12, 2024 to Jul. 14, 2024

MINOR BOX PROVINCIALS U13-U17
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