Bantam AAA Top 5 Rankings - Week #3, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Bantam AAA Top 5 Rankings - Week #3
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, November 4, 2019
Stratford, ON – ALLIANCE Hockey introduced today the third edition of the Bantam AAA Top 5 Rankings for the 2019-20 regular season.  The bi-weekly rankings of the ALLIANCE Hockey Top 5 teams are selected by a panel of Coaches and Scouts.

ALLIANCE Hockey Bantam AAA Top 5 - Week of November 4th:

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Team Last Wk # of Wks Ranked
Brantford 99ers 5 2
Cambridge Hawks - -
Chatham-Kent Cyclones 3 3
Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs 4 3
Hamilton Huskies - -
Huron-Perth Lakers - -
Kitchener Jr Rangers - -
Lambton Jr Sting - -
London Jr Knights - -
Sun County Panthers - 1
Waterloo Wolves 2 3
Windsor Jr Spitfires 1 3

For all Bantam AAA scores and statsclick here!

2019 ALLIANCE Hockey Pro Hockey Life AAA All-Star Weekend -
November 23, 2019, Woodstock, ON
There are no gate fees associated with this event and we encourage everyone to come out and cheer on the teams!   

Bantam AAA All-Star Game:
-Saturday, November 23, 2019 2:15pm 
-Southwood Arena, Woodstock
-40 total players; 2 goaltenders, 6 defence & 12 forwards per team 



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ROSTERS TO BE ANNOUNCED IN MID-NOVEMBER


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