February 9, 2022



Below is copy of the Notice received from Winsport on February 9, 2022.

Hello Valued Arena & Ice House Users,

As per the Government of Alberta’s announcement yesterday evening, effective at 11:59 p.m. yesterday, the Restrictions Exemption Program will no longer be in effect at WinSport’s facilities.

As a result, guests will no longer have to show proof of vaccination to enter any indoor or outdoor venues at Canada Olympic Park.

All other controls, including the use of mandatory face coverings indoors, remain in place as part of the Government’s updated public health measures. We recommend physical distancing in areas of congestion, both indoors and outdoors. For indoor sport and fitness activities (adult and youth), there is a government requirement to screen for symptoms. We are reviewing these details and more information will follow.

We will be reviewing all our measures to determine if any additional steps must be taken to ensure the safety of our guests and our Team Members.

Thank you for your continued support.

Arena Services Management E: 88 Canada Olympic Road S.W., Calgary, AB T3B 5R5

January 17, 2022



Playoffs will be the same set-up as in prior years:

Games will begin at the home of the team with the higher winning percentage and move back and forth between venues for Round One and Round Two.

Round One – Best of 3: South First v Fourth Second v Third

North First v Fourth Second v Third

Round Two – Best of 3: Winner of each playoff series in Round One (North v North) (South v South)

Round Three – Best of 5: Winner of Round Two South v Winner of Round Two North

Guidelines on the schedule:

Our last league games are scheduled for February 13th.

1. Round One begins Friday February 18th and must be complete on or before Friday February 25th. If two competing teams agree, Round One can begin earlier that week.

2. Round Two begins Saturday February 26th and must be completed on or before Sunday March 6th. If both teams moving on in a division are decided at end of week one, Round Two may begin Friday February 25th at the discretion of the home team for game one of Round Two.

3. Round Three begins Saturday March 12th (two games that weekend at highest win percentage team between North and South)

a. Two games Saturday March 19th and Sunday March 20th (if third game is required) at home of the team with lower winning percentage b. Final game if required Saturday March 26th back at home of team with the highest win percentage.

If teams are unable to complete their full schedule for any reason beyond their control the team ranking for playoffs will be based on the winning percentage rather than total points.

Tie-breaker rules for playoff ranking if teams have same number of points and same winning percentage: First tie-breaker – Best team head-to-head (most points awarded in games played between the teams tied) Second tie-breaker – Head to head highest net value of goals for minus goals against (Goals for minus goals against in games played between teams tied) Third tie-breaker – Most wins (v Ties) – if different number of games played this will be normalized for games played by comparing games against the same competitors, only count wins where teams played the same number of games against same competition (i.e. if Amazons and Jags are tied for fourth in division and Amazons played Steele 2 times and Jags played Steele only 1 time all games against the Steele for both teams would be dropped from the tie-breaker point totals) Fourth tie-breaker – Most points v divisional teams Fifth tie-breaker – Highest net value of goals for minus goals against (Goals for minus goals against in all games played) Sixth tie-breaker – lowest penalty minutes gets higher ranking Final – If still tied – Executive meeting to determine team ranking


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