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Tournament Listings

Hockey Calgary and Hockey Alberta list local and out-of-town tournaments on their websites. Pages are updated regularly.


5th Annual Calgary Firestarter Tournament


September 2020

Each year, the GHC Calgary Fire Elite Female Hockey Program will host 32 teams from throughout Western Canada to compete in our Annual Calgary Firestarter Tournament.

The Firestarter opening season tournament features three elite divisions — Midget AAA, Midget AA/Elite, Bantam AA/Elite — over two September weekends.

Madness in the Mountains Bantam Tournament

October 18-20, 2019
Fenlands Recreation Complex

The Jr Inferno Bantam 1 Red will host a four-team, Bantam Female A tournament in Banff, AB.


Shannon Burch
Tournament Coordinator

GHC Website_Bantam Tournament
Dave Holland
Dave Holland

Wickenheiser World Female Hockey Festival (WickFest)

GHC is an official partner with WickFest, Hayley Wickenheiser's annual female hockey festival. This year, the festival is celebrating its 10th Anniversary.

November 14-17, 2019
Bantam and Midget
November 21-24, 2019
Novice, Atom, Peewee, Elite

Annual Midget Tournament

December 13-15, 2019
Great Plains Recreation Facility

Our GHC Midget #InfernoFamilies will host a Midget A/B tournament in Calgary, AB.

  • 8 Midget Female A teams
  • 8 Midget Female B teams
  • 4 games per team
  • All games 1.5 hours


Marie McCarthy-Guigon
Midget Age Group Coordinator

GHC Website_Midget Female Tournament Logo
GHC Website_Atom Tournament

Female Atom A Tournament

January 24-26, 2020
Rolling Hills Arena

Our GHC Atom #InfernoFamilies will host an all-female Atom A tournament in Rolling Hills, AB.

Hockey Calgary Sanction #20-900065
Hockey Alberta Sanction #HA-19338823


Tanya Mitenko
Tournament Coordinator

Hockey in the Rockies Atom Tournament

February 14-16, 2020
The Fenlands Banff Recreation Centre

Our GHC Atom #InfernoFamilies will host an all-female Atom tournament in Banff, AB.

Hockey Calgary Sanction Number 20-900016
Hockey Alberta Sanction Number HA-19337759


Tara Lyseng
Tournament Coordinator

GHC Website_Atom Tournament Logo

Annual Novice Tournament

March 7-8, 2020
East Calgary Twin Arenas (ECTAS)

Our GHC Novice #InfernoFamilies host an annual Novice tournament each spring in Calgary. The tournament includes the participation of all GHC Novice teams.


Tara Lyseng
Novice Tournament Coordinator

Timbits Tournament

March 21-22, 2020

Our GHC Jr Inferno Sr Timbits team will host an All-Girl Skills Tournament for Junior and Senior Timbits teams this spring!


Kelly Raffan
Timbits Age Group Coordinator
GHC Website_Timbits Tournament


The number of tournaments a team wishes to take part in should be discussed and decided upon at the first parents' meeting. Teams must follow the Guidelines set out in the Hockey Calgary Bylaws and Playing Rules for limits on games and schedule windows.

Any team wishing to take part in a tournament must complete a Schedule Window Request. Once this has been completed Hockey Calgary will not schedule your team a game on the dates within the request, and GHC will not schedule any practices during those dates. This is all done through the Hockey Calgary Login.

Any team travelling outside of Zone 9 for a tournament must request a Travel Permit. By completing a Travel Permit request, you are ensuring that your team will be insured through Hockey Alberta. This is done through the Hockey Calgary Login.



It is important to enter a tournament that reflects the competition level of your team.

Tiered teams should use their Hockey Calgary Tier # as opposed to their GHC Team # as reference. If you are unsure if a tournament is appropriate for your team's competitive level, contact the Tournament Host.



It is highly recommended that your Team Manager or Tournament Coordinator apply for tournaments as soon as possible. Both local and out-of-town tournaments fill quickly.

Your tournament host will identify deadlines for payment, official rosters and travel permits.



Team Managers must submit a Schedule Window Request before the Hockey Calgary deadline. If your tournament is out-of-town, you will also submit a request for a travel permit.

Tournament hosts must ensure that all the game sheets are completed on the Hockey Calgary website.


Any team wishing to play an exhibition game must complete an Exhibition Game Request through their Hockey Calgary Login.

Once the Community Assignor / Central Zone Referee Committee is able to confirm officials, they will approve the game and you will receive an email notification.

For exhibition and home tournament games, the team manager or treasurer is responsible to ensure that the officials are paid prior to going on the ice. For more information on official fees, please visit our Manager's page.


All tournaments hosted by Calgary teams must be sanctioned by Hockey Calgary. Submitting your tournament sanction request prior to the deadline does not guarantee your tournament will be approved.

Tournament hosts must ensure the tournament is played under Hockey Canada Official Playing Rules and complies with Hockey Canada, Hockey Alberta and Hockey Calgary Regulations and bylaws.

Tournaments in Calgary will not be sanctioned for community divisions during the seeding round or regular season. For tournaments outside of Calgary, a sanction may be granted at any time except Esso Minor Hockey Week.

Tournament hosts must ensure that all the game sheets are completed on the Hockey Calgary website.

For more information on hosting a tournament or to request a sanction, please visit Hockey Calgary's Tournament Hosting Information page.