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EARLY BIRD: Save 15% by registering by Feb. 1, 2023
Mile High Ice Fest Hockey Tournament
July 21-23, 2023
Family Sports Ice Arena
There will be four leagues: A, B, Upper C, & Lower C.
**Valid USA Hockey number required.**
Wondering which league you fit in? Click here.
The cost is the same for all teams in all divisions.
- Until Feb. 1, 2023: $1,190
- Feb. 2 – March 1, 2023: $1,330
- March 2 – June 21, 2023: $1,400
EARLYBIRD Pricing: Save 15% by registering by Feb. 1, 2023.
- Your initial deposit ($200 per team) is due at the time of registration.
- Final payment (the remainder of the fees) due June 21, 2023.
- Your deposit is refundable until May 21, 2023.
If your division is full at the time of your submission, 100% of your tournament fees will be returned to you.
To pay by check, please fill out this form instead.
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If you are traveling to Denver for the tournament, we have room blocks at 2 different hotels. If you are calling to make a reservation, use the Group Name “Polaris Hockey.” If booking online, please use the links below.
Hampton Inn Denver Tech Center South
$179 a night
Standard kings and standard double queens
7079 S Kenton St, Centennial, CO 80112
Holiday Inn & Suites Denver Tech Center-Centennial
$169 a night
Standard kings, standard double queens, and king suites w/ sleepers
6638 S Nome St, Centennial, CO 80111
Phone: (303) 708-3000
Wondering which league you fit in? Here are some general descriptions. Please reach out if you have any questions about where you belong!
Played any form of organized hockey, including high school, junior system, college, or pro. Players at this level typically have Collegiate D3, College Club, Junior A or B or players that have at least High School hockey experience.
If you are in the Denver area, this will be around the equivalent of the B League.
Have played for a while (including any of the leagues listed in A) but you want a less competitive pace. Games at this level are relatively fast moving and players at this level have solid control on the ice and have developed their passing, shooting, and positional awareness beyond the basic level. Advanced high school experience or college club hockey experience are typical among players at this level. In some cases, older players who used to play at the A level might move down to this level.
If you are in the Denver area, this will be around the equivalent of the C League.
Upper C League
Players have good control on the ice. They have developed the basic skills required for the game like passing, shooting, and positional awareness, but are not experts in those skills. Some C players are those that started at the Lower C level and have advanced their skills through multiple years of playing as an adult and/or improving their skills by participating in clinics.
If you are in the Denver area, this will be around the equivalent of the D League.
Lower C (Beginner/Novice) League
Lower C (Beginner/Novice): This level is usually for skaters who started playing hockey as adults or didn’t play much competitive hockey growing up. These skaters did not play hockey in high school or college. Skaters in this level are often new to the game and may have difficulty maintaining balance on skates, stopping, passing, or shooting. At the top end of this level are players who have five or more years experience playing hockey as an adult and are starting to master the fundamentals. In some cases, older players who used to play at the Upper C level, may move down to the Lower C level to enjoy a slower paced game.
If you are in the Denver area, this will be around the equivalent of the E/Beginner League.
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