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Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Sunday, April 14, 2019
London, ON - The 2019 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Championships were held April 11-14, 2019 in London, ON with 16 divisions of teams ranging from Novice through to Minor Midget competing for either Tier 1 or Tier 2 Championship titles. 

The weekend event accommodated 64 teams and over 1100 kids playing in multiple venues across the city.

Special thanks to the GLHA for hosting the Championships and the tireless efforts from all of the Volunteers.

Congratulations to the 2019 ALLIANCE Hockey MD Champions!

Division Champion Finalist
NT1F Kitchener Rangers Red 2-0 Woodstock Navy Vets Blue
NT2F Cambridge Hawks Black 4-3 Kitchener Jr Rangers Blue
MAT1F Waterloo Wolves 2-1 London Bandits
MAT2F Burlington Bulldogs White 2-1 London Oakridge Aeros
AT1F Sarnia Jr Sting 3-2 London Bandits
AT2F London Oakridge Aeros 1-0 West London Hawks
MPT1F Hamilton Huskies White 3-2 Kitchener Jr Rangers Red
MPT2F London Bandits 4-1 Cambridge Hawks
PT1F Cambridge Hawks 6-4 Brantford 99ers
PT2F London Bandits 5-3 Hamilton Huskies White
MBT1F Kitchener Jr Rangers Red 2-0 Waterloo Wolves White
MBT2F London Bandits 3-2 Hamilton Huskies White
BT1F London Bandits 3-2 Hamilton Huskies
BT2F Sarnia Jr Sting 2-1 Waterloo Wolves White
MMT1F Kitchener Jr Rangers Red 8-1 West London Hawks
MMT2F Hamilton Huskies Red 2-1 Burlington Bulldogs White

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