Play On Tri-Cities

Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! is excited to announce that for the sixth year, Canada’s Largest Street Hockey Tournament will visit the Lower Mainland in British Columbia during the weekend of June 7-8, 2014 on the streets outside Coquitlam Centre. The tournament is a team pre-registration event, featuring recreational and competitive 4-on-4 street hockey divisions for boys, girls, men, and women of all ages and skill levels. Anyone can play! Each tournament also features a corporate division. Teams consist of a minimum of five and a maximum of seven players, and prizes are awarded to winning teams in every division. Youth team pricing begins at $200 for a team of five players. For team registration details, visit

play on hockey night in canada coquitlamPlay On! is free to spectators, and features a festival atmosphere that includes food and other vendor exhibits, a celebrity street hockey game, and breakaway skills competition. Regular Season Games for the 150+ teams expected to play in the tournament run Saturday June 7, 2014 from 8:00am – 8:00pm on 16 rinks. Playoffs begin on all rinks on Sunday, June 8, 2014 at 8:00am, with quarter, semis, and finals action in all age divisions happening between 11:00am and 4:00pm that day.

play on hockey night in canada coquitlamWinners and finalists in Elite (19+), U19, and U17 divisions from each event will progress to the National Championship, being held at the end of September, location TBA. Each team will compete for the Redwood Cup and recognition as Canada’s Greatest Street Hockey Players during Sports Day in Canada on CBC. Returning again in 2014 is the UPS Corporate Division Challenge to fundraise for a selected local charity (TBA). For more info on how you can enter a team visit

Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! is brought to Vancouver by event partners including CBC Sports, Booster Juice, Pro Hockey Life, Ener-C, BC Tree Fruits, Canadian Springs, and Cat Rentals. Volunteer opportunities, and paid officiating opportunities are still available. For more information on divisions, rules, frequently asked questions, and to register teams, Canadians of all ages and skill levels are invited to visit

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