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It's time to show off those gaming skills! UCalgary Intramurals has launched Esports, connecting the UCalgary community to a series of sport-theme virtual gaming. Play for the glory, the bragging rights, and the coveted Intramurals championship buff!
All you need is internet, xbox 1 or series, ps4 or 5 and a legal copy of the one the follow games:
CHALLENGE YOUR FREINDS!
Welcome to the first annual UCalgary Intramural Hockey Pool
Deadline extended to Jan. 23/2021
As an individual you will be compteting for the coveted IMS Championship Buff, and your name on the Champions Plaque, which is proudly displayed int IMS Display case in the KNA foyer.
Each participant will pick 12 players, 1 goalie, 4 defensemen, and 6 forwards, and 1 pure goal scorer (can not be changed during the season)
Points will be given as follows:
Goalies - 2pt win
- 3pt bonus for a shut out
- 1pt for assist
- 5pt for a goal
Defence & Foward
Goals - 1pt
Assists - 1pt
Pure Goal Scorer
Goals - 2 pt
Assists - 1 pt
Non Checking Ice Hockey
Hockey will return in the Fall 2021 semester, but...
check out our esports hockey league and the hockey pool.
Rip one from the point, Go top shelf, Stack the pads!
Intramural Sports offers ice hockey players a wide selection of leagues to choose from. All leagues are tiered to allow you to select the type of competition that suits you.
Teams will be scheduled for 8 regular season games. All competitive ice hockey leagues will have standings, officials, and playoffs.
"A" - Players will have advanced skills and knowledge of the rules. They would have played at an elite level within a city league. Teams are highly competitive.
"B" - Players will have intermediate to advanced skills and firm knowledge of the rules. They would have played at a competitive level within a city league. Teams are still competitive.
"C" - Players will have basic to intermediate skills and basic knowledge of the rules. Emphasis is on fun over competition. Teams want the competitive atmosphere. No slap shots.
"D" - Players are relatively new to the sport - still learning the skills and will have basic knowledge of the rules. Emphasis is on fun over competition. Teams want the competitive atmosphere. No slap shots.
All division descriptions are a base guideline.