Réseau FADOQ’s Coupe du Québec 50+ is a must-attend event for male and female hockey players age 50 and over!
The next edition will be held April 8 to 10, 2022*. Registration is expected to begin in January 2022.
* According to government guidelines, information is subject to change without notice.
Tournament general information
Number of teams: TBD
Number of players: Min. 11/Max. 18 (including goalie)
Three games guaranteed
Two 20-minute stop time periods
Requirements and rules
- Valid FADOQ card
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- Driver’s licence or health insurance card as proof of age at registration
- Completed health forms
- Age brackets determined by the youngest player on the team excluding the goalie
- Players may register in only one bracket
- No checking
- Slap shots permitted in age brackets 50+. Slap shots below knee level permitted in age brackets 60+. Slap shots not permitted for ages 65+. Only shots where the blade remains in contact with the ice are accepted in this age brackets.
- Must wear a helmet and visor (full or half visor, as you prefer)
- The tournament will be held at Complexe Isatis sport Saint-Constant. See the complex
Men 50+, 60+, and 65+
Age brackets determined by the youngest player on the team excluding the goalie as of December 31 of the year of the tournament.
|50+||Born before june 3, 1972||Born before june 3, 1972|
|60+||Born before december 31, 1962||Born before december 31, 1967|
|65+||Born before december 31, 1957||Born before december 31, 1962|
Players who have played at the professional or semi-professional level in the last 20 years are excluded from the tournament.
Looking for a team? Need a player?
If you’re a single player, we can add your name to the list of free agents. And if you’re looking to fill in your team, contact us for the list of available players.
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