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Faq

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

BELOW ARE A FEW OF THE COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT 'THE SHOW" TOURNAMENT SERIES. IF YOU DON'T SEE YOUR QUESTION OR WOULD LIKE SOME MORE DETAIL PLEASE DON'T HESITATE TO CALL US AS WE ENJOY HEARING FROM OUR FRIENDS.

WHAT IF WE ARE WITHIN 80 MILES, BUT STILL WANT HOTEL ROOMS?

The Show TS Tournaments are stay to play tournaments and you are required to stay at a tournament hotel, but there are no team requirements. The good news is with ‘The Show” Tournament Series, through our partnership with Travel Teams will get you competitive rates, which in most cases is lower than the hotel websites like Hotels.com, Expedia, etc. It also allows you send a link to family and friends so they can book rooms along with the team and get the same discounted rate.

HOW DO I KNOW WHAT DIVISION TO REGISTER FOR?

Please register for the division you play in for your regular season. Our staff reviews each registration to ensure proper placement. If you have any questions or special requests, please feel free to contact one of our team members here at “The Show” and we will be happy to discuss the matter further.

WHAT IF WE WANT TO STAY AT A HOTEL THAT ISN’T LISTED AS A TOURNAMENT HOTEL?

You can request any hotel and a member of our team will go above and beyond to try to contract that hotel and make arrangements.

Despite this, many players who wouldn’t be considered good or fluent skaters are having tremendous success in hockey. What people misunderstand is that these players often have strong skating skills that are not easily accounted for such as quickness, balance, and agility. Along with concentration on technique, all players should strive to become effective all around skaters.

Skating requires strong, conditioned, explosive legs. Numerous on and off-ice exercises can be performed to achieve this. Exercises that demand a ninety-degree knee bend and explosive movements will provide the most efficient development. Players should include resistance training, plyometric exercises, and slide-board workouts in their off-season regimen which will help muscle memory response that is specific to skating.

Traits such as balance, quickness, and agility are also areas of skating that players need to be proficient in. By improving core muscle groups and training for body awareness, players will have more control in tight areas or under pressure. A pre-season speed and agility program such as the one taught by ELITE BRIGADE

HOCKEY should be used to get an edge on the competition. Explosive bursts and changes in direction are the main focus of such a program. The game of hockey is comprised of many short races to the puck that can mean the difference between winning and losing.

The way the rules of hockey are being interpreted, players must put great emphasis on developing complete skating skills. Concentration on technique coupled with effective pre-season exercises will give players a decisive advantage over the competition. Consistency and commitment toward improvement are necessary requirements needed to acquire the skating competency for today’s game of ice hockey!

WHAT IS THE EARLIEST AND LATEST WE COULD PLAY?

Games will begin around 12 on Friday and be completed by 5 on Sunday. Keep in mind that holiday weekend tournaments will have expanded schedules, contact the event owner for specific details.