Final ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Top 3 Rankings & Playdown Preview, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Final ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Top 3 Rankings & Playdown Preview
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, January 30, 2017
Stratford, ON – ALLIANCE Hockey introduced today the final edition of the Midget AAA Top 3 Rankings for the 2016-17 regular season.  The bi-weekly rankings of the ALLIANCE Hockey Top 3 Midget AAA teams are selected by a panel of Coaches and Scouts.

 

RANK

 

TEAM

 

PREVIOUS RANKING

 

# OF WEEKS RANKED

 

1

 

Windsor Jr. Spitfires (26-6-1-2)aaa_zone.jpg

 

1

 

9

 

2

 

London Jr. Knights (23-9-0-3)London_Jr_Knights.png

 

2

 

9

 

3

 


Lambton Jr. Sting (24-8-2-1)

 

3

 

9

 

Honourable Mentions:

Kitchener Jr. Rangers (20-13-2-0) Jr_Rangers_-_final.jpg
&
Waterloo Wolves (14-16-1-4) 2014_New_Wolves_jpeg_logo.jpg


For a compete listing of scores and stats, click here!

2017 Playdown Brackets!
View the ALLIANCE Hockey Playdown Chart here.

The ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Regular Season came to a close on Sunday with all 8 teams playing a total of 35 games.  The Windsor Jr. Spitfires captured first place with a 26-6-1-2- record, four points ahead of the Lambton Jr. Sting who finished with a 24-8-2-1 record.  

2016-17 Regular Season Scoring Leaders
2016-17 Regular Season Goalie Leaders


The first round of Playdowns are set with the following match ups:


The Road to the Telus Cup:
-ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA regular season finishes January 29th and playdowns begin as of January 30th.
-Telus Cup Regionals will be hosted by the NOHA in Sudbury, March 27 - April 2, 2017
-Telus Cup Nationals will be hosted in Prince George, BC, April 17-23, 2017
 
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