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Co-Ed Broomball Leagues with Healthy Buffalo
WHEN: Monday, December 18: 6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m. | WHERE: The Ice at Canalside
WHAT: 6-on-6 Co-Ed Broomball League (Min. 2 female players on ice at all times)
WHEN: Monday nights starting December 4, 2017 with games running from 6:30-10:30 pm
WHO: Men & Women 18 & Over
SKILL LEVEL: Competitive & Recreational
NEW TEAM REGISTRATION: $575 Early Registration (Until 10/31) / $625 Regular Registration (11/1-11/30) / Late Registration $650 (After 11/30) (Includes up to eight Healthy Buffalo hoodies. Additional hoodies can be purchased for $20 if your roster exceeds eight players.)
EXISTING TEAM REGISTRATION: $475 Early Registration (Until 10/31) / $525 Regular Registration (11/1-11/30) / Late
Registration $550 (After 11/30) (This option does not include the Healthy Buffalo hoodie required for game play. Additional hoodies can be purchased for $20 for new players or if an existing player lost their hoodie from last season.)
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION: $75 Early Registration (Until 10/31)/$80 Regular Registration (11/1-11/30) / $90 Late Registration (After 11/30)
REFEREE FEE: $25 per game, per team.
THE HEALTHY BUFFALO BROOMBALL LEAGUE INCLUDES:
- An eight week regular season and full three weeks of playoffs.
- Broomball sticks are provided.
- Video Highlight Reels.
- Weekly photos.
- Iconic Healthy Buffalo hoodies.
- Online standings, statistics, leader boards, weekly recaps, and registration.
- Live facebook updates including pictures and highlight clips.
- Season ending awards.
Broomball is a recreational ice game originating in Canada (also contested as being Swedish) and played in certain other countries. It is played in a hockey rink, either indoors or outdoors, depending on climate and location. Broomball is popular in the Canadian province of Manitoba, where St.Claude and Haywood are the Broomball Capitals of the World. In a game of broomball there are two teams, each consisting of six players: a goaltender and five others. The object of the game is to score more goals than the opponent. Goals are scored by hitting the ball into the opponent’s net using the broom. Tactics and plays are similar to those used in sports such as ice hockey, roller hockey and floorball. Players hit a small ball around the ice with a stick called a “broom.” The broom may have a wooden or aluminum shaft and has a rubber-molded triangular head similar in shape to that of a regular broom (or, originally, an actual corn broom with the bristles either cut off or covered with tape). Players wear special rubber-soled shoes instead of skates, and the ice is prepared in such a way that it is smooth and dry to improve traction.