Minor Bantam AAA Face Off Wraps up, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Minor Bantam AAA Face Off Wraps up
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, September 24, 2018
Stratford, ON - The 2018-19 Minor Bantam AAA season officially kicked off in Komoka  this past weekend as all 12 teams showcased their skills at the 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Bantam AAA Face Off.  Each team participated in on-ice skills sessions as well as playing four regular season games.

The games were action-packed and the parity within the League is obvious.  The Chiefs, Jr. Rangers, Wolves and Panthers all completed their weekend games with 3-1 records while the Jr. Spitfires were the only undefeated team finishing with 3 wins and 1 tie. 

Our thanks to the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs for hosting and to
 Gatorade for their support of the 2018 Minor Bantam AAA Face Off!

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

Game #

Home

Player of the Game

Away

Player of the Game

PMB119

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

88, Jack Coleman

Waterloo Wolves

66, Brandon Kong

PMB149

London Jr Knights

10, Jack Greenwell

Cambridge Hawks

1, Zachary Burleigh

PMB131

Lambton Jr Sting

18, Evan Morningstar

Huron-Perth Lakers

12, Jonathan Tenhag

PMB99

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

31, Jack Martin

Kitchener Jr Rangers

1, Cole Henry

PMB163

Sun County Panthers

8, Ryan Macpherson

Hamilton Huskies

29, Stephen Toltl

PMB180

Windsor Jr Spitfires

16, Joshua Eid

Brantford 99ers

23,Leland Gill

PMB67

Kitchener Jr Rangers

91, Kyle Morey

Lambton Jr Sting

51, William Hull

PMB54

Huron-Perth Lakers

4, Ethan Martin

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

58, Kyle Greene

PMB40

Hamilton Huskies

22, Hunter McGilvery

Windsor Jr Spitfires

2, Anthony Ciaramitaro

PMB3

Brantford 99ers

15, Zachary Allison

Sun County Panthers

34, Declan Waddick

PMB81

Waterloo Wolves

27, Mitchell Young

London Jr Knights

14, Aidan Balazs

PMB22

Cambridge Hawks

30, Liam Stapleton

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

75, Carter Lawrence

PMB190

Windsor Jr Spitfires

34, Daniel Piccolo

Kitchener Jr Rangers

16, Raygan Schwindt

PMB162

Sun County Panthers

70, Vance Dalpe

Huron-Perth Lakers

16, Owen Shore

PMB98

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

7, Colton Graham

Waterloo Wolves

3, Dustin Good

PMB133

Lambton Jr Sting

23, Jace McGrail

Cambridge Hawks

8, Tyler Grifffioen

PMB124

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

77, Nigel Piercy

Brantford 99ers

27, Owen Harris

PMB148

London Jr Knights

15, Matthew Wang

Hamilton Huskies

4, Jack Roman

PMB65

Kitchener Jr Rangers

10, Christopher Thibodeau

Sun County Panthers

72, Jaxon Drysdale

PMB49

Huron-Perth Lakers

1, James Hopper

Windsor Jr Spitfires

88, Carter Mayne

PMB23

Cambridge Hawks

11 Owen Lalonde

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

1, Tre Altiman

PMB82

Waterloo Wolves

13, Ryan Forwell

Lambton Jr Sting

97, Aaron Shanks

PMB37

Hamilton Huskies

92, Ethan Walker

Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs

5, Griffin Cann

PMB4

Brantford 99ers

70, Carter Spence

London Jr Knights

12, Tyrell Campbell




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