2017 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Midget Championships Conclude in Kitchener, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2017 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Midget Championships Conclude in Kitchener
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Wednesday, March 08, 2017
Stratford, ON - The 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Midget Championships took place March 3-5 in Kitchener, ON.  All six Midget MD teams competed in the tournament round robin, followed by quarter and semi finals and then the Tier 1 and 2 Championship games on the Sunday.

The Cambridge Hawks and the Waterloo Wolves each finished atop their respective divisions following round robin play, providing both teams with a bye into the Semi Finals.  The Quarter Final match ups saw the Kitchener Jr. Rangers narrowly defeating the North London Nationals by a score of 3-2 and the West London Hawks defeating the London Bandits 12-2.

The Tier 1 Final featured the Waterloo Wolves and the Cambridge Hawks, while the Tier 2 Final featured the Kitchener Jr. Rangers and the West London Hawks.

The Final match ups proved to be very exciting with the Waterloo Wolves eventually capturing the Tier 1 title and the Kitchener Jr. Rangers capturing the Tier 2 Final.

Congratulations to all teams on a weekend filled with great hockey!

Game # Visitor MVP Home MVP
1 Cambridge Hawks #19, Riley Cousineau Waterloo Wolves #5, Brett Peake
2 West London Hawks #14, Brian Stachura Kitchener Jr. Rangers #22, Flynn Bean
3 London Bandits #18, Colin Spence North London Nationals #9, Adam Potts
4 Kitchener Jr. Rangers #7, Nick Weicker Cambridge Hawks #12, Nathan Robinson
5 Waterloo Wolves #68, Jakob Stankowitsch London Bandits #11, Nolan Flanagan
6 North London Nationals #17, Peter Black West London Hawks #16, Brysen Watters
7 North London Nationals #10, Bailey Martin Cambridge Hawks #15, Dereck Hopper
8 London Bandits #12, Tyler Watson Kitchener Jr. Rangers #91, Kyle Ricker
9 West London Hawks #11, Christian Miranda Waterloo Wolves #14, Cameron Lorentz
QF1 North London Nationals #1, Micah Edwards Kitchener Jr. Rangers #7, Nick Weicker
QF2 London Bandits #8, Justice Scheltgen West London Hawks #16, Brysen Watters
SF1 Kitchener Jr. Rangers #31, Ben Coveny Waterloo Wolves #33, Hunter Bernhardt
SF2 West London Hawks #11, Christian Miranda Cambridge Hawks #12, Nathan Robinson
Finals Tier 1 Cambridge Hawks #1, Nick Schwartz Waterloo Wolves #3, Thomas Onuska
Finals Tier 2 West London Hawks #13, Tyler Kippax Kitchener Jr. Rangers #11, Steve Orleman

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