For all players and goalies named to the teams, please take note of the following list of requirements needed in order to participate in a tournament representing Canada Inline ( Team Canada & Pure maple) ;
Please know the dates that are specific for each tournament.
All players will be required to arrive at the given airport(s) in the given window of time. It’s important that you book your flight to match the team itinerary. Those who do not follow the Canada Inline schedule will be responsible for the full cost of getting themselves to the hotel, or back to the airport.
Valid Canadian Passport
Please make sure you have a valid passport. This means that your passport must be valid 6 months beyond your travel date. If it is set to expire before then, please make sure you get it renewed (there are multiple Passport Canada offices located across the country). Please make sure you get this all sorted out in time as Canada Inline management will require a scan / copy of your passport once named to the team, as we are responsible to submit rosters with proof of citizenship to the tournaments.
Please note the following age restrictions for the current season
Age Restrictions Page
All players are required to wear / use the equipment that is provided to them as part of their player package. As a Canada Inline requirement all players helmets must be black in colour. All Junior men's players regardless of age must wear full face protection ( cage or bubble ) " no visors ( your Jr. ice hockey resume doesn't matter ).
All Sr. Men's players are required to wear a half visor or full face protection. This is a new rule as of 2018. Visors are mandatory for all.
All players are required to have gloves with non-conflicting colours (white, black, red or combination of those colours).
While Canada Inline will have insurance in place to protect its players while playing hockey, we will require that all team members provide a proof of travel medical insurance. These are available at almost any insurance agent, travel agent, and most credit card companies will offer you something as well.
Medication & Drug Testing
Once named to a team, players may be required to fill out a medical form to ensure any medications and or supplements they maybe possibly taking can be cross referenced with the Banned Substance List provided by WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency). World Skate, does perform random drug testing during the tournament. It is important that you know this prior to committing to the process.
Flights – Once you are named to the team, you will be responsible for the cost of your airfare to and from the tournament.
Player Fees – Once you are named to the team, your will be required to make a payment directly to Canada Inline for your team fees.
Hotel and Transportation - Please know what is included in your team fee's and what is your own responsibility once at the tournament location. ( clear communication will be made with all teams / players )
If you have any questions about the above, please email firstname.lastname@example.org