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Tournaments & Events

Tournaments & Events

The following tournaments are hosted by the Black Bears. For information regarding tournaments please contact Tournaments@blackbearhockey.org


Jolly Jam Classic

 

The Jolly Jam Classic is a friend and family tournament that's open to everyone in Vermont and the surrounding areas. With a 5-game minimum, a jersey, socks, and swag included, you're guaranteed to get your money's worth while having a great time!

Games will be hosted at our Central Vermont rinks. There will be prizes, giveaways, food & drink, and more.

Registration Deadline: November 28, 2022

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Date: December 30, 2022
Format: 3V3 (6 Skaters + Goalies)
Schedule: 5-game guarantee
Divisions: Mite, Squirt, Peewee, Bantam, Prep/High School/Midget, Adult/College
Cost: $100 per player - includes jersey, socks, and swag.
Location: Central Vermont Rinks
Individual Sign-Up: Tournament Committee assigns teams.

 

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ike lee - mite Tournament

 

Your Mite team is invited to play in the annual Ike Lee Tournament! Hosted at 2 of the Black Bears Central Vermont rinks - the BOR Arena and the Central Vermont Memorial Civic Center - it's a great weekend of hockey in the heart of Vermont.

Each team is guaranteed a minimum of 5 games with cross-ice games for House and Mite Minor teams and half-ice games offered for Mite Major teams.

Registration Deadline: January 2, 2023
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Date: January 28 - 29, 2023
Format: Cross-ice for House & Mite Minor, half-ice for Mite Major.
Schedule: 5-game guarantee
Cost: $310 for House & Mite Minor, $415 for Mite Major
Locations: BOR Arena and Central Vermont Memorial Civic Center

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The Ike Lee Tournament is a memorial tournament played in honor of O. Ivan “Ike” Lee. Ike was a member of the Barre Blackhawks men’s hockey team from 1938 to 1942 and he spent a great deal of time as a volunteer timekeeper at the BOR arena for several leagues. He is fondly remembered for fixing broken sticks and consoling and motivating many young hockey players. He was frequently seen at the North Barre Rink helping a child struggling with tying their skates, teaching another child stick handling skills, or simply helping a youngster remain upright on their skates.

Ike Lee, who passed in 1989, was “sadly missed and fondly remembered” by generations of local hockey players.