Nine Cambridge minor hockey house league games will be featured
during Rogers TV Cable 20’s coverage of the Cambridge Minor Hockey
Association’s (CMHA) Day of Champions.
The games will air Saturday,
April 5, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday, April 6, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The channel will broadcast the championship game from each of the league’s nine age groups – novice, atom, minor atom, minor peewee, peewee, minor bantam, bantam, midget and juvenile.
Rogers TV’s broadcast team of Dan Polishuk and Justin Fauteux will call the action from the Duncan McIntosh Arena in Cambridge.
“The Day of Champions is the biggest event of our house league program,” said Wally Vanderaar, CMHA’s vice-president of house league, in a press release.
“It’s incredibly exciting for these players and our association to have the games broadcast on Rogers TV. It demonstrates the important role that house league plays in the development of our players and our community.”
“Our game coverage will not only capture the experience for the players, their friends and families, it will showcase the passion and spirit that house league hockey brings to our community,” said Jeremy Cook, supervising producer at Rogers TV.
The Day of Champions takes place Saturday, March 29.
Each of the league’s nine age groups face off in a championship game, followed by a celebration banquet. A complete schedule of air dates for each division championship game will be posted at www.rogerstv.com following the tournament.
The finals matchups are: novice, Flyers vs. Bruins; minor atom, Habs vs. Jets; atom, Blackhawks vs. Sharks; minor peewee, Flyers vs. Bruins; peewee, Penguins vs. Capitals; minor bantam, Habs vs. Flyers; bantam, Leafs vs. Habs; midget, Penguins vs. Leafs; juvenile, Capitals vs. Penguins.