ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Midget All-Star Game Recap, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

News Article
News Article Image
Dec 09, 2014 | webmaster | 2644 views
ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Midget All-Star Game Recap
Stratford ON,  The top 40 players from 8 Midget teams in ALLIANCE Hockey showcased their talents to Scouts from across Ontario at the Midget AAA All-Star Game on Sunday December 7 at the Waterloo Recreation Complex.  The game was fast passed with end to end action, the White team which was comprised of players from London, Lambton, Huron Perth and Cambridge defeated the Navy team, Windsor, Kitchener, Waterloo and Brantford, 3 to 1. 

The White team outshot Navy 37 to 34, Zach Weir of London stopped all 15 shots he faced in the second half of the game for the White team.  The Lambton Jr. Sting played a prominent role on the score sheet for Team White as they were involved in all three goals,  Dillion Saunders and Jarrent Marks had 2 points each for Team White.  Team Navy Player of the Game Award went to Windsor’s Jakov Novak who scored his team’s lone marker.  Team White Player of the Game Award went to Matt MacPherson of the London Jr. Knights who scored the third White goal and was a stalwart on defense. 

The Midget AAA All-Star game was part of the ALLIANCE Hockey All-Star Program of Excellence Weekend which featured the best 2000, 1999 and 1997-98 Birth year players.  For all event action, game by game stats go to http://www.pointstreak.com/players/players-division.html?divisionid=79745&seasonid=13516



Team White

Midget_Team_White.JPG


Team Navy

Midget_Team_Navy.JPG

Sponsors
GameSheet Inc.
GameSheet Inc. does the work for you. We track the game digitally, make them available to your Administrator via GameSheetDashboard and publish them instantly to your website and mobile device. No longer do you have to worry about paper. No longer are you taking that paper game sheet information and keying it in to post to your website. No longer are you spending your time compiling statistics. No longer are you trying to decipher the Time Keepers penmanship. It ALL goes away with GameSheet Inc.