2017 OHF/Regional Championships Conclude with Four ALLIANCE Champions & Four Finalists, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2017 OHF/Regional Championships Conclude with Four ALLIANCE Champions & Four Finalists
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, April 10, 2017
Stratford, ON - The OHF/Regional Championship weekend ended on a very good note for ALLIANCE Hockey representative teams!  A total of four teams walked away with gold medals while four teams earned silver medals.  ALLIANCE Hockey is proud of all the competing teams, including the Hosts who represented ALLIANCE Hockey and the local Minor Hockey Associations so well.

Congratulations to the Woodstock Jr. Navy vets, Stratford Warriors, London Jr. Knights and the London Jr. Mustangs who all clinched first place in their respective divisions.  Congratulations also to the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs, Cambridge Hawks, Hamilton Huskies and Windsor Jr. Spitfires who were all finalists in their respective divisions.

Once again, ALLIANCE Hockey congratulates all competing teams on a successful 2016-2017 season and tremendous Championships!

For a recap of all OHF/Regional Championship scores, stats, schedules, etc. click here!





Atom A

Waterloo Wolves
Woodstock Jr. Navy Vets

1ST: Woodstock Jr. Navy Vets
2ND: Dundas Blues

Atom AA

London Jr. Knights Green

1ST: Notrh Toronto Hockey
2ND: Milton Winterhawks

Atom AAA

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

1ST: Mississauga Senators
2ND: Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

Peewee A

Cambridge Hawks

1ST: Oakville Rangers
2ND: Cambridge Hawks

Peewee AA

Woodstock Jr. Navy Vets

1ST: Northumberland Nighthawks
2ND: Oakville Rangers

Peewee AAA - Regional

Hamilton Huskies

1ST: Toronto Jr. Canadiens
2ND: Hamilton Huskies

Bantam A

Stratford Warriors

1ST: Stratford Warriors
2ND: Cochrane Blues

Bantam AA

London Jr. Knights Green

1ST: London Jr. Knights Green
2ND: Humber Valley Sharks

Bantam AAA - Regional

Cambridge Hawks

1ST: Toronto Marlboros
2ND: York-Simcoe Express

Midget A

Stratford Warriors

1ST: Bradford Bulldogs
2ND:Hillcrest Canadiens

Midget AA

London Jr. Knights
GLHA Jr. Mustangs Purple

1ST: London Jr. Mustangs Purple
2ND: Mississauga Senators

Midget AAA - Regional

Windsor Jr. Spitfires

1ST: Mississauga Rebels
2ND: Windsor Jr. Spitfires

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