26th Annual Richmond Ice Classic
March 29-31, 2024 · Richmond, BC, Canada
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The Richmond Ice Classic Female Recreational Hockey Tournament, inaugurated in 1996, is the largest all-female recreational hockey tournament in western North America.
This destination tournament is a unique opportunity to play against other recreational female hockey teams. On March 29-31st, over 1400 female athletes will attend the Richmond Ice Classic from 100 recreational hockey teams.
More than half of the teams will travel from places throughout Canada and the USA. Many of them have come for years or even decades. Teams love finishing their seasons at the Richmond Ice Classic.
In 2023, the Richmond Ravens Female Hockey Association was thrilled to host its largest Ice Classic ever. In 2024 we plan to be even bigger!
Details and Pricing
U7 and U9
U13, U15, U18
U21 (2 Games)
- Friday March 29 to Sunday March 31th, 2024.
- Vancouver-area teams might play on Thursday evening.
- Richmond Ice Centre 6-rink complex in Richmond, BC (a suburb of Vancouver, Canada)
- GAME TIMES:
- U7 and U9 play 60-minute cross-ice games.
- U11 games are 60 minutes each.
- U13 to U21 games are 75 minutes each.
- All teams are guaranteed four games.
- At U11-U18, each division will have a championship game with medals and banners.
- U21 will play a mini-tournament, with two weekend-only games, for a reduced price of $600.
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BC Hockey Tournament Sanction #2023-2024-2279
The Richmond Ravens Female Hockey Association has provided safe youth hockey for girls and young women in the City of Richmond since 1994. The Richmond Ravens have hosted annual tournaments for female hockey teams for over 25 years.
The Richmond Ravens began in 1994 as the Richmond Girls’ Ice Hockey Association. Today, in our 27th season, we are over 200 players and 16 teams strong. We are proud to have been named BC Hockey's "Minor Hockey Association of the Year" in 2012.
The Richmond Ice Centre has six regulation size rinks. The names of the rinks are: Igloo, Garage, Pond, Coliseum, Forum and Gardens.
Located within the ice centre is a pro shop with skate sharpening services. Stanley's Grill is located upstairs in the Richmond Ice Centre overlooking the Forum and Coliseum rinks.
The arena is part of the Riverport entertainment complex that includes a 19-screen cinema complex, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, bowling, trampoline park, laser tag, and restaurants.
Richmond Ice Centre
Welcome to Richmond, BC
Incorporated in 1879, Richmond is an island city within the Fraser River delta, unique in geography and culture. It is home to the Vancouver International Airport, the speedskating venue from the 2010 Olympics, and is connected to Vancouver by subway. Downtown Vancouver is 20 minutes north of Richmond.
Richmond began as a seasonal home for Coast Salish First Nations. Richmond once hosted the largest fishing fleet in the world, and is still home to the largest fishing fleet in Canada. It's also home to 200 farms and one of the largest cranberry producers in the world.
Today Richmond is known as North America's most Asian city, and one of the world's most livable cities. Richmond's dining scene is world-renowned, with over 800 restaurants and some of the best Asian cuisine in the world. The population is 218,000.
The Richmond Ravens acknowledge that we gather and play on the traditional and unceded territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking peoples; good stewards of this land for countless generations.
Richmond, BC, Canada