2018 Midget AAA Face Off Wraps up, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2018 Midget AAA Face Off Wraps up
Submitted By webmaster on Monday, October 1, 2018
Stratford Ontario - ALLIANCE Hockey Midget AAA teams competed this past weekend September 28-30 in a Showcase Event where all 8 teams played 4 league games over the course of the weekend at the Gretzky Complex in Brantford.  The league will be very competitive and skilled there will be no easy games in the 8 team 35 game schedule.

Two teams went undefeated, Elgin Middlesex won all four games one in a shoot-out versus Waterloo.  Waterloo went 3-0-1.  “Based on action this past weekend the league is very competitive probably more parity than in any other year”, said Ray Kosumovic, Midget Programming Chair of ALLIANCE Hockey.  There is lots of season left and more exciting hockey to come, it’s going to be fun watching it all unfold on the road to the Telus Cup Regionals.”

 

Midget AAA Face-off Player of the Game Recipients

Game

Home

Player of the Game

Away

Player of the Game

PM96

London Jr Knights

#18 – Matthew Gough

Waterloo Wolves

#1 – Joshua Johnson

PM73

Lambton Jr Stings

#53 – Benjamin Diamond

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#6 – Jameson Mitchell

PM20

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#5 – Kearnan Jenney

Huron Perth Lakers

#1 – Preston Swan-Merrison

PM127

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#1 – Nicholas Chenard

Brantford 99ers

#7 – Graham Sutcliff

PM60

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#4 – Adam Pys

London Jr Knights

#11 – Michael Elliston

PM108

Waterloo Wolves

#7 – Brett Allen

Lambton Jr Sting

#49 – Rhett DeVries

PM40

Huron Perth Lakers

#31 – Carter Roth

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#33 - Kagan Awram

PM1

Brantford 99ers

#93 – Luke Monroe

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#1 – Jackson Mailloux

PM90

London Jr Knights

#20 – Liam Hoskins

Huron Perth Lakers

#19 – Zachary McCann

PM75

Lambton Jr Sting

#29 – Niall Hetherington

Brantford 99ers

#5 – Christopher Black

PM19

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#35 – Bryce Walcarius

Waterloo Wolves

#61 – Danny Health

PM130

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#12 – Tate Bowden

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#44 – Taylor Rochon

PM49

Huron Perth Lakers

#9 – Caleb Cribbin

Lambton Jr Sting

#86 – Devin Power

PM57

Kitchener Jr Rangers

#31 – Tarin Pennington

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

#11 – Sheldon Pryce

PM109

Waterloo Wolves

#22 – Andrew Britton

Windsor Jr Spitfires

#13 – Issac Legood

PM10

Brantford 99ers

#81 – Todd Gratton

London Jr Knights

#10 – Jacob Marche







Midget Face off Weekend Point Leaders

Rank

Player

Team

Goals

Assists

Pts

1

Sheldon Pryce

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

4

3

7

1

Benjamin Diamond

Lambton Jr Sting

5

2

7

2

Nathan Small

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

2

4

6

3

Jacob Chantler

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

3

2

5

3

Sean Aitken

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

2

3

5

3

Brendan Bauer

Kitchener Jr Rangers

2

3

5

3

Braedan Skidgmore Trussler

Kitchener Jr Rangers

2

3

5

4

Zachary McCann

Huron Perth Lakers

4

0

4

4

Michael McKnight

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

1

3

4

4

Will Lewis

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

1

3

4

4

Issac Legwood

Windsor Jr Spitfires

3

1

4

4

Christopher Black

Brantford 99ers

3

1

4

4

Ellis Rickwood

Brantford 99ers

1

3

4



Top Goaltenders

Team 

Names

GP

GA

GAA

Elgin Middlesex Chiefs

Jackson Mailloux

2

1

.500

Waterloo Wolves

Joshua Johnson

3

4

.750

Windsor Jr Spitfires

Nicholas Chenard

2

2

1.00

Waterloo Wolves

Michael Nickolau

1

1

1.00

Brantford 99ers

Nico Balice

2

3

1.50

Elgin Middlesex

Bryce Walcarius

2

3

1.50









































































For up to dates standings visit

https://alliancehockey.com/Rounds/19040/Pavilion_(AAA)_2018-2019_Midget_Regular_Season

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