Regional Qualifying Season is Here!

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Regional Qualifying Season is Here!

Published on March 03, 2010 with No Comments

The season is in full swing.

The Regional Qualifying Season is here!

We have 3 great events coming up later this month:

March 19-21st at Skate Zone in West Palm Beach, FL
March 26th-28th at ISCA in Wallington, NJ
March 27th-28th at Silver Creek Sportsplex in San Jose, CA

The regional entry form, regional schedule, and regional confirmation packet can be found at

There’s been a lot of talk about our regional qualifier coming up in Hawaii on May 15th and 16th. It will be an amazing trip that ties in some great hockey along with a wonderful vacation. To encourage participation we are lifting the PLAYER MOVE RULE for this event, which means that teams can combine to come experience Hawaii if their whole team can’t make the trip. This will not jeopardize their eligibility for the FINALS on their regular team. We want to give as many players as possible an opportunity to experience NARCh on the Islands.

If you have players looking to make the trip to Hawaii or have a team that’s motivated to make the trip and just need a few players, feel free to use the announcement board on

It’s hard to believe that we’re in our 17th year of NARCh. Each year we try to improve to bring you the best experience that the sport has to offer. We look forward to seeing you at a regional qualifier and we’re very excited to be heading back to the Silver Creek Sportsplex in San Jose for the NARCh FINALS.

If you have any questions about a Regional Qualifier or the FINALS, feel free to call 760-943-0049 ext 110 or email

See you at the rink!

-By Daryn Goodwin, from

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