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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Thursday, July 20, 2017
Stratford, ON - The 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Face Offs will officially kick-start the 2017-18 AAA hockey season; Minor Bantam through Midget.  Along with the on-ice games, all teams will participate in off-ice player seminars featuring special guests. 

All Face Off games are considered regular season games and count towards regular season standings.  

The Minor Midget AAA League will participate in a total of two Face Offs this season, with the first event in September and the second event in December to be held in conjunction with the All-Star Weekend.

Thank you to the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs, Hamilton Huskies, Windsor Jr. Spitfires and the Waterloo Wolves for hosting the 2017 Face Offs! 

ALLIANCE Hockey Bantam AAA Face Off – September 15-17, 2017
- Host: Elgin Middlesex Chiefs
Komoka Community Wellness & Recreation Centre
- 12 Bantam AAA teams
- 24 game Schedule
Schedule & Scores 

ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Face Off - September 23-24, 2017
- Host: Hamilton Huskies
Chedoke Arena
- 12 Minor Bantam AAA teams
- 24 game schedule
Schedule & Scores

ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA Face Offs - September 22-24, 2017 & December 1-2, 2017
- Host: Windsor Jr. Spitfires - September 22-24, 2017
Central Park Athletics
- 12 Minor Midget AAA teams
- 24 game schedule
Schedule & Scores

- Woodstock - December 1-2, 2017
Southwood Arenda - WDCC
- 12 Minor Midget AAA teams
- 18 game schedule
Schedule & Scores 

 ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA Face Off – September 29 - October 1, 2017
- Host: Waterloo Wolves
RIM Park
- 8 Midget AAA teams
- 18 game schedule
Schedule & Scores 
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