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28th Annual Las Vegas Hockey Classic
March 2018
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28th Annual Las Vegas Hockey Classic
March 1st - 4th "A", "B", "C" and "D" Divisions
March 8th - 11th "D" and "Novice A" Divisions
March 15th - 18th "Novice B" and "Novice C" Divisions (25 year min. age for Nov. B & C divisions)

GREAT RESORTS • GREAT HOCKEY • GREAT NIGHTLIFE
THE PALMS CASINO RESORT
Located just off The Strip, The Palms offers guests some of the city's most spectacular views of Las Vegas, unique rooms, memorable nightlife venues, and a bevy of dining options.

From the sky-high nightclub, Ghostbar, with a retractable roof to a poolside paradise, your entertainment is covered day or night.

The Palms dining scene is second to none. It is highlighted by N9NE Steakhouse with its sizzling atmosphere and succulent cuts of prime, aged beef. Palms also boasts a pair of sky-high dining experiences, chef Andre Rochat's Alize and chef Geno Bernardo's Nove Italiano, that offer world class service and tastes while looking out over the lights of Las Vegas. Fast, casual options include 24 Seven Caffe, the Bistro Buffet, and The Eatery food court.
TUSCANY HOTEL & CASINO
The ltalian-themed Tuscany Suites & Casino has a great location less than one mile off The Strip on Flamingo Road. The resort is set on 27 acres of winding pathways with fountains and pools, surrounded by lush gardens; some of the largest standard suites in the city, and thoughtful amenities to ensure the most comfortable stay possible.

Inspired by Tuscany region of Northern Italy, the resort has 700 rooms, each with 650 square feet in a studio suite. Each suite includes a refrigerator, coffee maker, and an oversized bathroom.

The Tuscany has an attached, full casino with over 800 slot and poker machines, all the table games, and a sports book. Dining includes Tuscany Gardens, Marilyn's Cafe, and Caffe Bottega. Live entertainment can be seen at the Piazza Lounge.
RESORT HOTEL
 
PALMS CASINO RESORT
March 1-4 and March 8-11
 
TUSCANY HOTEL & CASINO
March 1-4 and March 15-18
 
Occupancy Double
Occupancy
Triple
 Occupancy 
Single
Occupancy
Double
Occupancy
Triple
 Occupancy 
Single
Occupancy
Player, per person     $479 $419 $799 $369 $329 $589
Non-playing guest     $320 $270 $640 $220 $190 $440
 
March 15-18

March 8-11
Player, per person     $519 $439 $879 $419 $359 $689
Non-playing guest     $360 $290 $720 $270 $220 $540
Includes 4 days & 3 nights and tourney registration.
TOURNAMENT DETAILS
Games will begin at 2:30pm on Thursday afternoon and conclude by 3:00pm on Sunday afternoon.

Prices are based on 14 players per team.

Package is for Thur-Fri-Sat nights. Extra nights are available, contact California Hockey Productions for details.

For the March 1-4 weekend, accomodations at The Palms will be located at Palms Place.

To register your team for the Las Vegas Hockey Classic, inquire for a form via email. Fill out the form and send with a non-refundable deposit of $200. Registrations will not be accepted without a deposit.

Registration will close on the date listed below or when all spots in the tournament are filled. Recent tournaments have sold out weeks before the deadline, so please register early to avoid being shut out.

    Registration & Deposit Deadline     Individual Player Payments Due
Las Vegas (March 1-4)     January 9     January 30
Las Vegas (March 8-11)     January 12     February 6
Las Vegas (March 15-18)     January 19     February 13
THE DIVISIONS
There will be 3 weekends in the 2018 Las Vegas Hockey Classic:

March 1st - 4th "A", "B", "C" and "D" Divisions
March 8th - 11th "D" and "Novice A" Divisions
March 15th - 18th "Novice B" and "Novice C" Divisions (25 year min. age for Nov. B & C divisions)

At California Hockey Productions, we do everything we can to place all teams in a division with other teams of similar ability. To do that, we learn as much as we can about each team; their age, playing experience, the competition level in their league, etc. Below is a guideline to each division. If you are not sure about which division your team fits into, please call the California Hockey Productions office and we will figure it out.

"A" The highest level of recreational hockey.
Most players have played at junior, college, or even professional level.
"B" Just below the top level. May have some "A" level players.
May be the highest level in some areas, top intermediate level in other areas.
"C" Middle to upper level intermediate level.
Many players have played at higher levels, while some have worked their way up from lower levels.
"D" Lower to middle intermediate level.
A wide range that will often be split into separate divisions.
Geared mainly toward the novice player who has worked up.
Will also have some upper level players who, as they get older, are coming down.
"Novice A" A team of mostly novice players, who have had enough experience to
move up to intermediate, but may not be quite skilled enough.
"Novice B" A beginner level team with players having about 2-4 years experience or the equivalent ability.
"Novice C" A beginner level team with players having less than 2 years experience or the equivalent ability.
INDIVIDUALS
If you would like to participate in any of California Hockey Productions' tournaments, but don't have a team to play on, we will be happy to try to place you on a team that is looking for an extra player.

Call us at (424) 273-4011 if you are interested.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION
For more information or a mail-in application, please contact California Hockey Productions.
$75 DISCOUNT FOR TEAM ORGANIZERS
Team organizers deserve some compensation for all their hard work. California Hockey Productions offers the team organizer a discount of $75 off the registration fees. To qualify for this discount, all you have to do is make sure that all of your team's payments, registrations and rosters are completed and submitted by the deadlines.
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