12 of the top under-14 teams in Ontario to compete in
the inaugural event
The Ontario Minor Hockey
Association (OMHA), in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), is
proud to announce the inaugural under-14 (U14) OHL Cup presented by Dairy
Farmers of Ontario (DFO).
This event will comprise of 12 U14 tier one, also referred to as AAA teams, from across the province and will include the top teams (as indicated below) from Ontario Member Partners:
• OMHA – Champion, Finalist, 3rd Place Team (3)
• GTHL – Champion, Finalist, 3rd Place Team (3)
• ALLIANCE – Champion, Finalist (2)
• HEO – Champion, Finalist (2)
• NOHA – Champion, Finalist (2)
The U14 OHL Cup will take place at Joshua’s Creek Arena in Oakville on April 14-16, 2022. The event will provide the players and parents with an introduction to the OHL, along with showing them an exciting experience to end their season.
“The OHL is proud to continue its support of minor hockey at the grassroots level as we partner with the Ontario Minor Hockey Association to present this very exciting opportunity for U14 AAA players,” said OHL Commissioner David Branch. “We look forward to an outstanding weekend of hockey played by 12 of the best teams in the province.”
“We are excited to host the first-ever U14 OHL Cup,” said OMHA Executive Director Ian Taylor. “This will be a premier event for this age group, and we are thankful for the support from the Ontario Hockey League and Dairy Farmers of Ontario.”
More information will be released closer to the event, including schedule and live streaming details.
“Dairy Farmers of Ontario is proud to continue our support for youth sports through this exciting and competitive tournament,” said Cheryl Smith, Chief Executive Officer of DFO. “Our partnership with OHL provides a positive and lasting effect on youth sports while highlighting the benefits of milk in a healthy and active lifestyle. On behalf of Ontario’s 3,400 dairy producers, their families and teams, we wish the athletes well and applaud their hard work and dedication – values our producers know a lot about.”