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What a great tournament we had last year. Thank you to all who made it a fun and competitive weekend of hockey for a great cause.

Appreciation to the following companies who have made a donation to the charities chosen for this year’s Advisor Hockey Tournament


Sponsors

Thank you to all of our sponsors for making this tournament possible.


Sun Life Global
CI Investments
rbc
Dynamic Funds
People Corporation
mckenzie
fidelity
Ingage

Sun Life Financial Advisor Hosted Events – Event Rules 

This document outlines the rules for events hosted by Sun Life Financial (“SLF”) advisors for other advisors, FC management and staff, head office employees and industry partners. This document is intended to help reduce regulatory and operational risk for the Event. 

The rules within this document are specific to the 2024 Annual Advisor Hockey Tournament (the “Event”). The event organizer for this Event is Lester Ste. Croix (the “Event Organizer”). The Event will be held March 3rd - 5th, 2024 at the ISATIS SPORT ARENA

Event Rules of Conduct:

All participants must be SLF Advisors, Advisor Employees, Spouses of Advisors , SLF Employees or Staff, or industry partners.

Event Rules of Conduct: 

All participants must be SLF advisors, advisor employees, SLF employees, or industry partners. 

Sun Life Financial advisors and advisor staff must adhere to all SLF policies regarding alcohol and drugs as posted on the Advisor Business Centre for any events offered during, concurrent with or after the Event. 

Sun Life Financial employees (Head Office staff and Financial Centre staff) must adhere to policies developed by SLF regarding alcohol and drugs as posted on The Source for any events offered during, concurrent with or after the Event. 

No participant may consume alcohol until his or her games for the day are completed.

Alcohol may only be consumed in the restaurant or bar area of the Event Location.

Illegal drugs and/or marijuana cannot be consumed at the Event venue and participants must not be under the influence of any illegal drugs and/or marijuana. 

The event organizer may terminate any individuals participating in the tournament if they are believed to be under the influence of any substance.

Sun Life Financial advisors, Managers and advisor staff must adhere to the “Code of Professional Conduct” as posted on the Advisor Business Centre. Sun Life Financial Centre Managers must also adhere to the “Code of Business Conduct”. 

Sun Life Financial employees (Head Office staff and Financial Centre staff) must adhere to the “Code of Business Conduct” as posted on The Source. 

The rules at the Event Location must be adhered to. 

All players must be advisors, management, family, or staff with sun life and company partners. This is imperative to the integrity of the tourney. (except the goaltender)
Canadian adult recreational hockey rules (carha) rules will be in effect unless stated otherwise in this document.
Each team must submit their final roster before their first game is played (each player must have paid there $100 fee in order to participate) no exceptions
Each team is responsible for bringing white and dark jersey’s, and 1 player must have a “c” on their jersey. The captain is the only person who can discuss issues with the referee.

Each game will be 2 periods 20 mins. Stop time, if tied, 3 man shoot out
There are 9 teams in the tourney this year. The schedule will be set by the tournament organizer. Each team will be guaranteed 4 games. After all games are complete the top team from each group will advance to the finals.

The winning team will receive 3 points, if there is a tie, there will be a 3 person sudden death shoot out, the winner of the shoot out receives 2 points and the loser receives 1 point. A regulation loss receives 0 points. Any teams that are tied in points after the round robin, will be decided by 1st- least goals against, 2nd-most goals for, 3rd- least penalty mins.

There will be hired 2 referee’s for each game. The referee’s decision is final! The ref’s are instructed to give a 10 min mis-conduct for any person other than the captain or assistant captain speaking to the ref.

There will be no body contact, and no slap shots (above knee). 3 penalties in any one game – automatic game ejection. Any fighting results in a tournament ejection and $100 fine- to go to charity.

Tournament format

Each game will be 2 periods 20 minutes. Stop time, if tied, 3-man shoot out.

This year we have 9 teams !!  

There are 9 teams in the tourney this year. The schedule will be set by the tournament organizer, each team will be guaranteed 4 games. The 2 teams with the most points after all 4 games will play in the finals on Tuesday at TBD       

The winning team will receive 3 points, if there is a tie, there will be a 3-person sudden death shoot out.  The winner of the shoot out receives 2 points and the loser receives 1 point. A regulation loss receives 0 points. Any teams that are tied in points after the  round robin will be decided by 1st – Least goals against, 2nd – Most goals for, 3rd – Least penalty minutes.  If there still is a tie, a coin toss will determine who moves on to the semi-finals.

Hockey For A Great Cause

Welcome

Welcome

This tournament has developed into a must attend for advisors and staff and has always been a great place to catch up with friends and make new ones.  So lets get ready to enjoy 2 fun and exhilarating days of fast paced , heart pumping hockey! So get your skates sharpened, and get ready for the best tournament yet. 

Fondation Santé

Fondation Santé

By making human health our priority, Fondation Santé support projects aimed at the continuous improvement of healthcare services, from birth to end of life. By funding projects in 15 healthcare establishments on its territory, the Fondation is contributing to community health and fostering a better quality of life for all. Our aim is to provide the best healthcare services to each patient, close to their home and in an optimal environment.

Moisson Montréal

Moisson Montréal

Moisson Montréal is a registered charitable organization. We gather food donations and basic products all year long, and distribute them free of charge to more than 300 community organizations on the Island of Montreal. With the support of our donors and volunteers, we have become the largest food bank in Canada distributing foodstuffs. Last year, more than 18.3 million kilos of food were given to Montrealers in need.