2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off Concludes in Hamilton, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off Concludes in Hamilton
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Hamilton, ON - The 2017-18 Minor Bantam AAA season officially kicked off in Hamilton this past weekend as all 12 teams showcased their skills at the 2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off.  Each team played four regular season games throughout the weekend and also participated in an off-ice seminar.

Our thanks to the Hamilton Huskies for hosting and to our sponsors Pro Hockey Life and Gatorade for their support of the 2017 Minor Bantam AAA Pro Hockey Life Face Off!

For a complete listing of the Minor Bantam AAA Standings to date click here!

2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Face-Off Point Leaders

Rank

Team

Player

G

A

Pts

1

Lambton Jr Sting

#24, Austin Harper

3

4

7

2

Lambton Jr Sting

#14, Andrew Jacques

3

3

6

 

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#74, Zander Veccia

4

2

6

3

London Jr Knights

#10, Dylan Roobroeck

3

2

5

 

Lambton Jr Sting

#72, Ryan Richardson

1

4

5

 

Hamilton Huskies

#2, Florian Xhekaj

3

2

5

 

Huron Perth Lakers

#2, Carter Coombs

4

1

5

4

Sun County Panthers

#17, Quinn O’Neill

3

1

4

5

London Jr Knights

#5, Ryan Jonsson

3

1

4

 

Hamilton Huskies

#19, Ethan Smyth

1

3

4

 

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#91, Maddux Amaral

1

3

4

 

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#28, Ryan Cooper

0

4

4

 

Cambridge Hawks

#15, Taydon Shantz

2

2

4

 

Brantford 99ers

#34, Gavin Bryant

0

4

4


2017 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Face-Off Top Goaltending Tandems

Player

Team

GP

GA

GAA

#01, Jacob Koutny

Hamilton Huskies

 

4

 

4

 

0.50

#31, Benjamin West

#33, Colin McKenzie


Waterloo Wolves
 

 

4

 

6

 

1.50

#31, Richard Szajek

#34, Boe Piroski


Sun County Panthers
 

 

4

 

6

 

1.50

#01, Owen Pogue

#01, William Galloway

Huron Perth Lakers 

 

4

 

7

 

1.75

#31, Carter McDougall

#34, Trevor Heslop

Windsor Jr Spitfires

4

7

1.75



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

Home

Player of the Game

Away

Player of the Game

Hamilton Huskies

#10 Beau Jelsma

London Jr Knights

#30 Cole Sheffield

Cambridge Hawks

#18 Tyler Hotson

Elgin Middlesex

#19 Hunter Haight

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#91 Justin George

Lambton Jr Sting

#13 Nolan Miller

Brantford 99ers

#57 Luke Bibby

Chatham Kent Cyclones

#17 Brady Stonehouse

Huron Perth Lakers

#17 Chad Langlands

Sun County Panthers

#44 Rees Kozar

Waterloo Wolves

#44 Tanner McDonald

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#34 Trevor Heslop

Elgin Middlesex

#5 Wyatt Adkins

Hamilton Huskies

#72 Tyler Azure

London Jr Knights

#18 Bryce McConnell-Barker

Cambridge Hawks

#30 Jacob Steinman

Chatham Kent Cyclones

#19 Cameron Gardner

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#15 Ryan McCombs

Lambton Jr Sting

#31 Elijah Grant

Waterloo Wolves

#66 Liam Eveleight

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#66 Michael Laberi

Huron Perth Lakers

#11 Luke Fritz

Sun County Panthers

#22 Allah Djordjevic

Brantford 99ers

#24 Chase Moore

Cambridge Hawks

#4 Owen Max

Chatham Kent Cyclones

#18 Collin Holmes

Huron Perth Lakers

#18 Cory Jewitt

Lambton Jr Sting

#30 Joshua Archer

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#66 Joshua Draper

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#21 Aedan Sullivan

Hamilton Huskies

#21 Caeden Carlisle

Sun County Panthers

#77 Landon Hrutka

Brantford 99ers

#11 Blake Kersey

Elgin Middlesex

#41 Marcus Vandenberg

Waterloo Wolves

#58 Raine Hodge

London Jr Knights

#30 Cole Scheffield

Chatham Kent Cyclones

#19 Cameron Gardner

Huron Perth Lakers

#2Carter Coombs

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#12 Eric Glos

Cambridge Hawks

#19 Tyler Ward

Lambton Jr Sting

#9 Victor Tang

Hamilton Huskies

#22 Blake Ellis

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#6 Brayden Dwyer

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#9 Justin McManus

Sun County Panthers

#17 Quinn O’Neill

Waterloo Wolves

#33 Collin MacKenzie

London Jr Knights

#17 Wesley Wilding

Brantford 99ers

#34 Gavin Bryant




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