Jr. Knights Take Midget AAA Crown & Punch Ticket to Central Region Telus Cup
Stratford, ON - The London Jr. Knights find themselves in familiar territory...once again the London Jr. Knights are the ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Champions! Following a decisive 7-2 victory over the Kitchener Jr. Rangers, the Jr. Knights clinched the ALLIANCE title and also secured their place in the Telus Cup Midget AAA Central Regional Championships which will run March 28-April 3 in Waterloo, ON.
The Jr. Knights swept through the ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Playdowns without a single loss to finish with 10 wins and 0 losses and outscored their opponents by a total of 55-19.
Quarter Final: defeated Huron Perth Lakers 3-0, 14 Goals For, 5 Against
Semi-Final: defeated Waterloo Wolves 3-0, 16 Goals For, 5 Against
Final: defeated Kitchener Jr. Rangers 4-0, 25 Goals For, 9 Against
GOJHL Commissioner Chuck Williams & ALLIANCE Hockey Region 2 Vice-President Ray Kosumovic
Present the ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA GOJHL Cup to the London Jr. Knights.
Congratulations to the London Jr. Knights and best of luck to you and the Waterloo Wolves at the Telus Cup Midget AAA Central Regional Championships!
About the Telus Cup Midget AAA Central Regional Championships:
Since 1974, the best minor hockey teams in the country have gathered to compete for Canada's National Midget Championship: the TELUS Cup. The TELUS Cup is Canadian minor hockey’s only national championship. Alumni include names like Sidney Crosby, Patrick Roy, Daniel Brière, Wendel Clark, and Steve Yzerman.
This year Waterloo hosts the Central Region qualifier. The tournament will be held at the Waterloo Recreation Complex from March 28, to April 3, 2016.
League champions from the Northern Ontario Hockey Association, Greater Toronto Hockey League, Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario, Hockey Eastern Ontario, Ontario Minor Hockey Association, and the host Waterloo Wolves, will all meet in Waterloo to decide the Central Region champion.
The winner of the Central Region championship in Waterloo will move on to compete with the winners of Atlantic Region, West Region, Pacific Region and Quebec Region championships in the national TELUS Cup Championships held in Quispamsis, New Brunswick in April.
Proceeds from the tournament are being directed to WMHA’s WolfPack Hockey player development program and Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
For more event, sponsorship and ticket information please visit www.waterloominorhockey.com or call 519-725-1434.