2019-20 Regular Season Champions Crowned, News (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2019-20 Regular Season Champions Crowned
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Stratford, ON - Many of the 2019-20 ALLIANCE Hockey Pavilion and Seeded League Regular Seasons concluded this past weekend with close to 4000 games played since the season officially began in September.  The majority of divisions showed great parity and the same parity has been carried into the post-season.

Congratulations to these 2019-20 Regular Season Champions:

DIVISION ALLIANCE REGULAR SEASON - AAA CHAMPIONS
Atom AAA East: Huron Perth Lakers, West: Sun County Panthers
Minor Pee Wee AAA East: Huron Perth Lakers, West: Elgin Middlesex Chiefs
Pee Wee AAA East: Waterloo Wolves, West: London Jr Knights
Minor Bantam AAA East: Huron Perth Lakers, West: Elgin Middlesex Chiefs
Bantam AAA East: Waterloo Wolves, West: Windsor Jr Spitfires
Minor Midget AAA Elgin Middlesex Chiefs
Midget AAA Waterloo Wolves
DIVISION ALLIANCE REGULAR SEASON - AA CHAMPIONS
Atom AA London Jr Knights Green
Minor Pee Wee AA Brantford 99ers
Pee Wee AA London Jr Knights White
Minor Bantam AA London Jr Knights White
Bantam AA Brantford 99ers
DIVISION ALLIANCE REGULAR SEASON - A CHAMPIONS
Atom A Stratford Warriors
Minor Pee Wee A Stratford Warriors
Pee Wee A Woodstock Jr Navy Vets
Minor Bantam A Kitchener Jr Rangers
Bantam A Cambridge Hawks
DIVISION ALLIANCE REGULAR SEASON - CHAMPIONS
Minor Midget Seeded - East Cambridge Hawks
Minor Midget Seeded - West London Jr Knights Green
Midget Seeded - East Kitchener Jr Rangers
Midget Seeded - West Stratford Warriors
Midget NBC West London Hawks

Best of luck to all teams in the post-season!

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