Pro Hockey Life Minor Midget AAA Face Off Concludes, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Pro Hockey Life Minor Midget AAA Face Off Concludes
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, September 24, 2018
Stratford, ON - The Pro Hockey Life Minor Midget AAA Face-Off was held September 21-23, 2018 in Kitchener at the Activa Sportsplex.  Each team played 4 games over the weekend and also attended seminars; one hosted by the OHL and one providing information about the next steps in the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence.

“This is one of our more talented group of skilled players.  It is exciting to kick off the season with this Face Off event where we get a good look at all of the teams.  We are looking forward to seeing the teams further develop throughout the season," noted ALLIANCE Hockey Rec Chair Larry Moreland. 

Our thanks to the Kitchener Jr. Rangers for helping to host the event and to  Gatorade for their support.

Further appreciation is extended to Pro Hockey Life for sponsoring the weekend!

For a complete listing of the Minor Midget AAA standings to date, click here!


Face Off Point Leaders

Rank

Team

Player

G

A

Pts

1

Brantford 99ers

93, Maddox Callens

6

7

13

2

London Jr Knights

19, Jordan D’Intino

6

4

10

3

Waterloo Wolves

9, Cooper Way

2

7

9

 

Huron Perth Lakers

19, Cameron Daigle

4

5

9

 

Brantford 99ers

4, Steven Laforme

4

5

9

 

Brantford 99ers

8, Owen Rainey

4

5

9

4

London Jr Knights

4, William German

1

6

7

 

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

94, Nicholas Mazza

5

2

7

5

Waterloo Wolves

44, Owen Parsons

2

4

6

 

Waterloo Wolves

19, Kyle Maloney

1

5

6

 

London Jr Knights

14, Brett Harrison

3

3

6

 

Kitchener Jr Rangers

15, Marco Sikic

2

4

6

 

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

22, Eric Bertelsen

2

4

6

 

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

9, Ryan Burke

2

4

6

 

Chatham-Kent Cyclones

7, Deni Gore

3

3

6



Face Off Goaltender Leaders

Goaltender

Team

GP

GA

GAA

#30, Benjamin Bates

Cambridge Hawks

2

1

.500

#33, Nathaniel Miloje

Waterloo Wolves

2

1

.500

#31, Marshall Nichols

Waterloo Wolves

2

3

1.50

#1, Dawson Rowe

Kitchener Jr Rangers

2

3

1.50

#92, Max Donoso

Windsor Jr Spitfires

2

3

1.50

#31, Brandon Abbott

Kitchener Jr Rangers

2

4

2.00

#70, Kyle Metson

Sun County Panthers

2

4

2.00

#1, Ethan Handley

Windsor Jr Spitfires

2

2

2.00



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