Scores and Standings 2018

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Game Sheets 2018

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Rules 2018

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Rosters 2018

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Schedules 2018

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Training / Exposure Camps



For 2018, we will be breaking the event into 2 weekends.  Weekend dates will be released very soon. Demand has been so big that we want to consolidate the event into our 2 main locations (NESC and North Star). By breaking the event into 2 weeks we will be able to ccomplish this.  We have also gotten many collegiate coaches endorsement for the switch and will be posting that information soon. Thanks for 2017, and can’t wait for 2018!

Rush Hockey’s Kelly Katorji and Alex Jaworski will be directing the event. The Women’s Beantown Classic is known as the largest women’s summer hockey event in North America, hosting American and Canadian teams with ages ranging from 12 years to post graduation and Olympian players!

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For more information on the Beantown Classic, please read below.


Please note before registering your team

  • It is NOT better to play up a division nor does it enhance development
  • Kelly and Alex will determine the appropriate division (NO EXCEPTIONS)
  • Any exceptions to the rules below must be approved by Kelly and Alex

College Divisions (present college age players or older)

***if you are unsure, please select division (B) when you register and Kelly and Alex will place you in the proper spot.

College Divisions (A) (B) (C)

(A) SUPER SERIES: This division will include a min of 4 teams to a max of 6 teams. This division will be based on quality of the team entries.

(B) ELITE 1/3: This division will include teams that are elite college teams at the D1/D3/CIS level. We expect the majority of the teams to fit into this category.

(C) ELITE 3/CLUB: This division will include D3 and Club teams. Many of these teams requested a division for them in order to increase competition levels for them in the event.

***Team entry rules are as follows:

  • 99 birth and older (NCAA D1 players, NCAA D3 players, CIS Canadian University Players)
  • 99 birth who are committed to an NCAA or CIS University, but, this must be approved by tournament director Kelly Katorji or Alex Jaworski
  • We will allow graduated NCAA or CIS players
  • Girls of any age who were or presently are on a roster for  Team Canada Team USA/Other country Under 18 team
  • 3 wildcard players will be accepted, but these wildcards cannot be younger than a 00 birth, and must be approved by Kelly or Alex

Team Entry Cost: $1825

Individual Entry Cost: $150

There will be absolutely NO exceptions to any of these rules as college girls have requested to not allow minor hockey girls into the event excluding the exceptions above.

Futures Divisions Elite Red and Elite Blue

Future college prospect players – there will be a few minor exceptions in these divisions.  Kelly/Alex will determine these on a team-by-team basis and any of the decisions are final and based on subjective opinions. 

The Future's RED Elite Division

***Team entry rules are as follows:

  • 99/00/01/birth girls (will allow 98’s , contact Kelly or Alex for approval) – NO NCAA or CIS players allowed
  • Girls committed to a college may play in this division
  • Any 02s must be approved
  • You may have an exclusive 99, 00, 01 birth team or a combination of these birth years
  • A complete 02 birth team will ONLY be given consideration upon review of the talent level of the roster, 02 teams should be playing in the 02 division and that is where we will be planning on placing them as it is the age appropriate division
  • A limit of five 98s will be enforced

Team Entry Cost: $1925

Individual Entry Cost: $170

The Future's BLUE Elite Division

Future College Prospect players

** Please note, the Blue division is very similar to the Red division. We break the division into 2 (red/blue) to help maintain competitive balance which allows for better evaluation for any potential recruiters in attendance.

This division is for teams that are not quite sure what level they are, from a talent stand point. Kelly and Alex will review your roster along with you to make sure the level is appropriate.

A few notes:

  • Many players in this division will be good players that college scouts will evaluate
  • Birth years may include 98 through 02, (with limits on the younger end of the age groups)
  • We want to keep the divisions age appropriate
  • Our goal is to ensure competitive match ups

Team Entry Cost: $1925

Individual Entry Cost: $170

The 2002 (01) Division Elite

The 02 (01) Division AAA

Will include teams with 01 and 02 birth years.

***Team entry roster rules are as follows:

  • Majority will be 2002 birth year players
  • Allowed up to six 2003 birth year players
  • Limited 2001s on your roster
  • Any 2001 or 2003 birth year team must be reviewed

Team Entry Cost: $1900

Individual Entry Cost: $170

The 2003 Division Elite

The 03 Division AAA

Will include teams with 03 and 04 birth players.

***The event rules are as follows:

  • 2003 birth year girls
  • A limit or four 2004 birth years

Team Entry Cost: $1900

Individual Entry Cost: $170

The 2004 Division Elite

The 04 Division AAA

Will include teams with 04 and 05 birth years

***Team entry rules are as follows:

  • 2004 birth year girls
  • you may have up to four, 2005 birth year girls on your roster (very few will be allowed if requested)

Team Entry Cost: $1900

Individual Entry Cost: $170

The 2005 Division Elite

The 05 Division AAA

Will include teams with 05 and 06 birth players.

***The team entry rules are as follows:

  • 2005 birth year girls
  • You may have up to four 2006 birth year girls on your roster (very few will be allowed if requested)

Team Entry Cost: $1900

Individual Entry Cost: $170


Q: How do we book hotels?

Please note that we use a strict stay to play policy for Beantown Classic events. All teams MUST go book through: Teams that do not use one of the approved hotels will not be put on the schedule. Questions can be directed to Mike Anderson (508.820.1600) ext 106 

Q: What division should our team be in?

Discuss this with Kelly and Alex. They take great care in making sure you are in the right spot.

Q: What's the difference between FUTURES RED and FUTURES BLUE?

Some FAA teams are not sure about the quality of their team from top to bottom, thus it is just a way to help us keep the match-ups equal.

Q: Do college scouts watch FUTURES BLUE?

Of course, they watch anyone. Do not let the BLUE label impact you. It’s simply just a way to match up teams for good games and better evaluation. There will be teams who can compete in the RED and play in the BLUE and vice versa. In the end it isn’t an issue.

Q: What arena do we play at?

We do our best to limit locations while giving you as much time in the main facility as possible. This year it may be a seven or eight ice pad facility thus helping us reach that goal.

Q: Is there Monday this year?

At the present time, we will not be including a Monday playoff day.


Tournament Director Kelly Katorji
phone: 519-664-1351

Assistant Director Alex Jaworski
phone: 226-444-1173

Practice Ice Time
please contact the arena’s directly (see above for arena locations)


(A) Team entry deposit is due upon registration once approved

(B) The final amount is due June 1, 2017

(C) For individuals, payment is due upon registration, once approved.