OFFERING NON-CONTACT MIDGET DIVISIONS
- Voted #1 Tournament
Operator in WNY
- USA Hockey Sanctioned.
- Multiple Team Discounts.
- Multiple Tournament
- Balanced, Thought Out
- Individual and Team awards
for Finalist and Champions.
- 3-5 Game Guarantee.
LOWEST PRICES IN WNY
Entry fees for Mites $800. U.S.
Entry fees for Squirts $850. U.S.
Entry fees for Pee Wee $900. U.S.
Entry fees for Bantam $950. U.S.
Entry Fees for Midget $1000 U.S.
Why choose our tournament over others in the area?
Gene Carella, NST Tournament Director, has
been presenting tournament opportunities since 1990 for what was formerly
known as Grand Niagara Cataracts Hockey Association. In 1999 he started
Niagara Sport tournaments to help provide youth hockey to hundreds of teams
throughout the U.S. and Canada per year. Gene also raised four
hockey players, and through his travels to many tournaments, he understands
what hockey parents want. Gene and his son Michael put all teams through a
rigors screening process to ensure each team is placed in the proper
division. As you may know there is no exact science to paring
teams. Since there are many different classifications used by amateur
hockey teams in different regions of the United States, and Canada (see Registration Information
link). Divisions can get messy if careful consideration is not taken.
We at NST, take much time and effort to create well balanced divisions.
Nothing is more disheartening then driving to a tournament to blow out a
team or get blown out by a team. Teams also do not want to travel to
a tournament just to be place in the same side of a division as team from
their local leagues. Gene and Mike take great pride in delivering an
enjoyable tournament experience for our tournament families. This is
evidenced by an incredible return rate in tournament participation by
hockey associations. We only accept between 40-50 teams per tournament to
ensure each division of each tournament has balanced competition. We
believe in quality over quantity when it comes to our tournaments.
When comparing us to others in the area, ask our competitors
the following questions.
- Are EMTs/ Medical personnel
present during the entire tournament?
- Is there a Supervisor of
Officials present during every game?
- Is there a Tournament
Director available and present during the entire tournament?
- Does the tournament run and
end on time?
You will be surprised
by the answers