2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off Wraps up in Windsor, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off Wraps up in Windsor
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, September 25, 2017
Stratford, ON - All 12 Minor Midget AAA teams showcased their skills this past weekend at the 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off.  Each team played three regular season games throughout the weekend and participated in an on-ice skills session provided by TPH.

The OHL's Director of Player Development Daniel Broussard provided an off-ice session for the teams along with Team ALLIANCE U16 Director of Operations, Gary McFarlane who provided a recap of the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence.

Our thanks to the Windsor AAA Zone for hosting the event and to our sponsors Pro Hockey Life and Gatorade for their support of the 2017 Minor Midget AAA Face Off!

For a complete listing of scores and standings to date, click here.

2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA Face-Off Players of the Game

Home Player of the Game Away Player of the Game
Sun County Panthers #81, Matthew Maggio Brantford 99ers #33, Tiago Rocha
Windsor Jr Spitfires #33, Matthew Sbrocca Cambridge Hawks #5, Isaac Borges
Lambton Jr Sting #7, Matthew Cunningham Kitchener Jr Rangers #15, Riley Benko
Elgin Middlesex Chiefs #22, Matthew Faragher Huron Perth Lakers #6, Blake Wideman
Chatham Kent Cyclones #41, Lucas Mann Hamilton Huskies #7, Isaac Faccio
London Jr Knights #1, Jackson Mailloux Waterloo Wolves #86, Chase Broda
Huron Perth Lakers #Carter Schoonerwoerd Sun County Panthers #9, Addison Major
Kitchener Jr Rangers #22, Eric Kinnear Windsor Jr. Spitfires #93 Luca Digiovanni
Waterloo Wolves #14, Owen Robertson Chatham Kent Cyclones #16, Adrian Stubberfield
Cambridge Hawks #16, Tyler Healey Lambton Jr Sting #53, Benjamin Diamond
Brantford 99ers #30, Benjamin Edwards Elgin Middlesex Chiefs #46, Cameron Krupa
Hamilton Huskies #56, Matthew Duarte London Jr Knights #3, Jacob Chantler
Sun County Panthers #97 John Ulicny Cambridge Hawks #19, Joseph Serpa
Lambton Jr. Sting #87, Blake Butler Waterloo Wolves #11, Nathan Dewar
Elgin Middlesex Chiefs #35, Bryce Walcarius Kitchener Jr Rangers #1, Duncan Rolleman
Chatham Kent Cyclones #14, Spencer Lecot Huron Perth Lakers #14, Bobby Leis
Windsor Jr Spitfires #3, Luka Mesic Hamilton Huskies #24, Joshua Dowling
London Jr Knights #14, George Diaco Brantford 99ers #19, Andrew Casasanta



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