2015 TOURNAMENT
April 10-12, 2015
 
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The Shamrock Elite Tournament will take place

April 10th-12th

BOYS TOURNAMENT
  • Elite Boys 2000-2008
  • 4 Game Guarantee
  • Two 20 Minute Periods
  • Semi & Finals are 30 Minute Games
  • $1400 per team
  • NO GATE FEE
  • Click Here to Register
COMMITTED TEAMS INCLUDE:
Blue Chip Selects
Boston Generals
Jr Blackhawks
Boston Lightning
California Patriots
California Selects
East Coast Express
East Coast Kings
Hockey Essentials
New England Freezers
Prospects
Shamrock Elite
Walpole Express
Boston Whalers
UNB V Red
Valley Elite
   
LODGING OPTIONS

Courtyard Marriot Norwood:
Rates from $99-$109. Click Here to Book Now!  (Availability not guaranteed after March 20th)

Four Points Sheraton Norwood:
For available rates and to book your rooms click here.

Hampton Inn Norwood:
For available rates, more info, or to book your rooms, click here (create an account to proceed).

Hawthorn Suites Franklin:
Rates from $109. Click Here to Book Now!

Holiday Inn Dedham:
For available rates and more info please contact Stefanie at 781-407-2271 or slebrun@midlandhc.com

Residence Inn Norwood:
For available rates and more info please contact Lisa at 781-680-4137 or lisa.bettencourt@hhmlp.com

Tournament Rinks

 
Annual Tournament

The Shamrock Elite Invitational Hockey Tournament takes place each Spring in Massachusetts. This tournament plays host to Boys AAA and Elite Mite through Bantam teams from across the country and Canada.


Be A Shamrock

The Shamrock Hockey program was founded in 2007 to promote tournament games for players who desire off-season hockey competition. Players are given the opportunity to meet and compete with other Elite players. Each team will provide a professional coach.

The organization was established to promote a competitive hockey experience without the traditional commitment of seasonal hockey. Participants are expected to make a commitment for specified tournaments during the spring and summer months only. The program allows players and families to travel to selected tournament games.

Pierre McGuire