Somerville (Mini-BYOT 3v3)

Register now for the Somerville (Mini-BYOT 3v3) 2023 Fall/Early Winter Season

Season & Cost

2023 Fall/Early Winter

Toal Games
18 (guaranteed)

Guaranteed games are inclusive of playoff games. Teams that do not make or progress in the playoffs will still play the number of guaranteed games. There will generally be one game weekly.

Renewal Season
2023 Fall/Early Winter

Captain Gift/Offer
50% off a stock or custom Mando Hockey stick

$3,300 based on 18 guaranteed games

Dates, Days & Times

Approximate Start Date

Approximate End Date

Day(s) of Week
Wednesdays and Thursdays

Approximate Times
8PM, 9PM and 10PM

Game Duration
Games are (2) 20-minute halves with an ice make between (where possible).

One scheduling preference can be made at the time of registration. Note that the info above pertains to the games played at your home location(s). Days/times of the host rink apply to games played at regional locations.


Home Rink(s)

Level Divisions Available

**level availability is subject to change. Please inquire if your level is not listed.

See below for level guidance.

BYOT Timetable

Below is a timeline summary of what to expect as you get started with BYOT.


  • Register your team with no deposit necessary from the captain.
  • Within 3 business days of registration (or when your league’s details are finalized) – The captain will be emailed a unique team registration URL to provide their players in order to register for the team’s roster.
  • To secure the team’s spot, there must have at least 4 paying players registered within 7 days. Paying players are those who are going to split the team’s overall cost and place a $100 deposit at the time of registration.

Before Your Team's First Game

Players register with a $100 deposit as paying players, who share in the team’s cost, or with a $20 registration fee for those who will be non-paying alternates.


The season schedule is posted. If any dates/times are pending with the rink those games will be posted as soon as we have scheduling commitments. The last 2 weeks are always held for playoffs.

At the Beginning of the Season

The team’s payment is split between the amount of paying players, those who registered with a $100 deposit. Each paying player’s amount due is that amount less their $100 deposit. They can elect to pay in full or spread the balance over the course of the season on a payment plan. Final payments or enrollment in the payment plan is required wit

Within 10 Days of Payment Split

All paying players must pay their individual balance in full or select a payment plan within 10 days of when they are notified of their amount due. Anyone paying after this time is subject to a $20 late fee and is subject from removal from their team’s roster until payment is made.


New paying players can be added, or converted from alternate status, with their cost being prorated. Players joining late incur a $20 registration fee. The complete amount of their payment is credited to the team’s account. Any full time (paying) skaters or alternate (non-paying) skaters returning from a prior season on the same team must be added by noon on the business day prior to the game in which they wish to start to guarantee that they will be rostered. For weekend or Monday games, that translates to Fridays at 12PM. New alternates (non-paying skaters) must be added five (5) days prior to the game in which they wish to start. Goalies are the only players who are eligible immediately after submitting their registration online and e-signing their waiver. They do not require further confirmation, the captain simply has to notify the league office of their goalie’s registration.

Any paying player whose payment plan payment cannot be collected after 14 days has that payment returned to team responsibility. That amount is debited from the team’s account and, in the case of a negative team balance, must be paid before the team’s next game.

4-6 Weeks Before Season End

Teams are given the first right to renewal for the next season, restarting this timeline for the next season.


Positive team balances are put towards the next season’s cost or refunded.

Mini-BYOT Format

The format for mini-BYOT is a little different than regular BYOT. As a 3v3 on a smaller sheet of ice, there are no faceoffs, and the official is off-ice. Some other major differences are that penalties are taken as penalty shots. Many of the other differences are similar to street hockey, where there is no offside, no icing, and the team in that end takes out the puck after a goal/save.

With mini-BYOT, get ready for an amazing workout that’s fast-paced, with quick starts and stops in tight quarters, that’ll improve your reaction time and make you a better player.

Mini-BYOT Level Guidance

The levels available for mini-BYOT are slightly broader than the levels for our regular BYOT. Please review the overlapping levels that are defined below. If you have any questions regarding leveling we invite you to call the league office to discuss leveling. All players must individually qualify for their team’s chosen level. We work closely with captains to ensure that the teams are being formed in an equitable way that will ensure balance, which is a vital part of the StinkySocks Hockey experience.

Mixed Lower Level (Levels 2-4)

The Mixed Lower Level is a mix of mid-level novice players through lower intermediate. In summary, it’s a fit for those who picked the game up again or began as an adult, as well as older players.

Novice (levels 2-3) – Generally those who are within their first 3 years of hockey experience, based on someone in their 30’s. It may also be appropriate for older players who started playing as an adult regardless of years of experience.

Lower Intermediate (Levels 3-4) – Generally those who began their hockey experience as an adult and excludes anyone who has had high school experience.

Mixed Mid Level (Levels 3-6)

The Mixed Mid Level is a mix of lower intermediate players through intermediate. In summary, it’s a fit for those who picked up the game again or began as adults and have 5+ years of experience and those who played in high school.

Lower Intermediate (Levels 3-4) – Generally those who began their hockey experience as an adult.

Intermediate (Levels 4-6) – Generally those who have had high school level experience. It excludes anyone who has had any organized college experience (club or other).

Mixed Upper Level (Levels 5-9)

The Mixed Upper Level is a mix of mid-level intermediate through advanced players. In summary, it’s a fit for young players with solid high school experience through those who played at NCAA D2/D3 levels.

Intermediate (Levels 4-6) – Generally those who have had high school level experience. A level 5 player is usually someone in their 30’s who played in high school.

Upper Intermediate (Levels 6-7) – Generally young players with high school experience and any player with college club experience, or the equivalent.

Advanced (Levels 7-9) – Generally those who have had NCAA divisional experience, younger players with college club experience, or the equivalent. It excludes anyone under the age of 30 who has had D1 experience.