Lake Placid

November 9-12, 2017

Package Explanation

CAN/AM's Challenge Cup Tournaments are Package Tournaments. Prices are charged on a per person basis depending on the number of Adults and Players in each room. This per person cost includes hotel accommodations, meals, the tournament fee, and all of the package benefits listed for the tournament your team selects. All tax and gratuity is included in prices. The price is per person for the weekend. There are no additional fees.

In Lake Placid, the Gold Package option includes 4 days and 3 nights accommodations and all tournament features.

To calculate costs for either package, add the number of adults and players in a room. This determines the occupancy i.e. 2 adults + 1 player = triple occupancy. Once you know the occupancy, simply add the corresponding per person cost for each adult and player in that room. All rooms must contain at least one Adult. Non-player Minors do not affect occupancy. Non-player Minor pricing is a constant rate, regardless of the room occupancy.  Non-player minors ages 6-17 receive all of the same package benefits as Adults and Players. Minors stay with Parent(s) in existing bed space. Minors age 5 and under stay free and do not receive any package benefits.

RATE CHART EXPLANATION
Quad: Any combination of four adults and players.
Triple: Any combination of three adults and players.
Double: Two adults or one adult and one player.

Prices are per person for the whole weekend and include applicable taxes and gratuities. There are no additional team or entry fees. All tournament fees are included in the package fees.

PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS
For a team to participate, all rostered players, coaches, managers, and guests must subscribe to the package. Rates are based on 14 or more rostered players. Teams with less than 14 players will be charged $50 for each missing player.

TEAM DEPOSIT
A non-refundable $500 deposit will be charged to your credit card when your registration is accepted. The $500 team deposit is not an extra fee.  If you paid the team deposit, you can apply it to your balance or it can be divided between the families. If the team paid the $500 deposit, it can be returned to the team 30 days after the tournament is over. Just let us know how you would like it applied.

HOTEL DEPOSITS AND PAYMENTS
If your team has a particular hotel preference, you will need to submit the room deposits promptly.  Hotel choices are honored on a first come-first served basis, based on the receipt of your $200 per room hotel deposits.  All of your team's deposits must be submitted before hotel placement is made. Once all deposits have been submitted, your team will be assigned a hotel. Families will then be able to proceed with the remainder of the registration process.  Any family that pays the $200 deposit by credit card will automatically be charged their remaining balance 30 days prior to the Tournament date. We will not accept any checks within 30 days of the Tournament.

DEADLINES
All tournament related materials are due 60 days prior to the Tournament Date.  All final balances are due 30 days prior to the Tournament Date.

CANCELLATION POLICY
If an entire team cancels, there will be no individual or team refunds issued.  Refunds will be processed within 30 days after the Tournament is over. There is a $50 per room cancellation fee if a family cancels within 60 days of the Tournament.  There are no refunds for cancellations within 30 days of the Tournament.

TOURNAMENT SANCTIONING
The Lake Placid Challenge Cup is a USA Hockey sanctioned tournament. USA Hockey rules will be followed with additional CAN/AM tournament rules. Once you register, a copy of the CAN/AM rules will be available for review. US teams must provide a signed Official USA Hockey Roster 60 days prior to the tournament (some states also require a Travel Permit). Canadian teams must submit the required Travel Permit and Official Hockey Roster issued by their governing body (i.e. GTHL, OMHA, Hockey Quebec, etc…). No team will be allowed to participate in the tournament without submitting this information. Being an international tournament, team playing levels and their designations vary from country to country and state to state/province. On weekends where we accept AA and AAA teams, we are combining them to have both levels as one. We will still differentiate the birth year of minor & major, but the AA & AAA levels will be mixed together.