2019 OHF Championships Conclude, News, Peewee, 2019-2020, Seeded (AA/A) (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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Organization - 2019 OHF Championships Conclude
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Sunday, April 14, 2019
Stratford, ON - ALLIANCE Hockey was well represented by 14 teams at the 2019 Ontario Hockey Federation Championships held April 11-14, 2019. 

ALLIANCE Hockey is proud of all the representing teams and kudos on a great season!

Congratulations to the 2019 OHF Champions; the Waterloo Wolves Atom A, Stratford Warriors Bantam A, and London Jr Knights Bantam AA and to the 2019 OHF Finalists; the London Jr. Knights Atom AA, Waterloo Wolves Peewee A and Waterloo Wolves Midget AA.
Congratulations to the Brantford 99ers, the Hockey Canada Peewee AAA Regional Finalists!

Division

OHF Champions

OHF Finalists

Atom A

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Owen Sound Jr. Attack

Atom AA

Soo Jr. Greyhounds

Peewee A

Quinte West Hawks

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Peewee AA

Streetsville Tigers

Soo Jr. Greyhounds

Bantam A

St. Thomas Jr. Stars

Bantam AA

Oakville Rangers

Midget A

Centre Wellington Fusion

Elmira Jr. Sugar Kings

Midget AA

North York Knights

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Hockey Canada Regional

Peewee AAA Mississauga Senators          Logo               



For all OHF Championship scores and stats click here!

Special thanks to the ALLIANCE Hockey Hosts; the Elgin Middlesex Chiefs - Atom AAA, the Burlington Bulldogs (BLOMHA) - Peewee A and the Hamilton Huskies - Bantam AA for their hard work in providing an unforgettable experience for all of the the teams.

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