2018 Team ALLIANCE OHL Gold Cup Roster Announced, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2018 Team ALLIANCE OHL Gold Cup Roster Announced
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Thursday, April 12, 2018
Kitchener, ON - The Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) and ALLIANCE Hockey, in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), announced Thursday the 160 players who will be part of the 2018 OHL Gold Cup, which will be held May 2-6, 2018 at Activa Sportsplex in Kitchener, Ontario.

The players selected, born in 2002, were selected by the teams' (Member Partner’s and Hockey Canada Branches) appointed Director of Operations, with support from Darrell Woodley, Director of Central Scouting.

The OHL Gold Cup is an annual event created to feature Ontario’s top Under-16 talent. As part of the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence, players selected from the OHL Gold Cup will be invited to attend the Hockey Canada Under-17 National Camp where they will practice and compete against other players throughout Canada to earn a spot on Team Canada and compete at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.  

New features of the OHL Gold Cup in 2018 include: three off-ice education sessions, dedicated position specific
practices, and a full-team game-day skate. Additionally, the format of the tournament itself has been
updated to feature three pool games and one crossover game on the final day. The OHL Gold Cup champion
will be the winner of the A1 versus B1 crossover game.

Tickets are now available for the OHL Gold Cup with games scheduled May 3-6, 2018.  

2018 TEAM ALLIANCE ROSTER

For more information on the 2018 OHL Gold Cup and a full listing of all team rosters, please 
visit www.ohlgoldcup.com and follow along on Twitter @OHLGoldCup and on YouTube.

 

 

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