2023 U15, U16 & U18 AAA All-Stars Announced, News, Under 8, 2022-2023, REP (Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario)

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2023 U15, U16 & U18 AAA All-Stars Announced
ALLIANCE Hockey is pleased to announce the AAA All-Star selections for the U15, U16 and U18 All-Star games scheduled for January 2023.

The U16 and U18 games will be played on Sunday, January 8th at the Komoka Recreation & Wellness Centre in Komoka at 1:15pm and 4:00pm respectively.

The U15 game is scheduled for Monday, January 9th, 8:00pm at the Western Fair Sports Centre in London.

There are no gate fees and all are welcome to cheer on the teams.

All rosters feature two goaltenders, six defencemen and twelve forwards selected from the respective Leagues by a panel of scouts.

Each All-Star team will be accompanied by current team Bench Staffs who were selected based upon League standings as of a specific point in the season:

U15 AAA Team Navy - Elgin Middlesex Canucks
U15 AAA Team White - Huron Perth Lakers

U16 AAA Team Navy - London Jr Knights
U16 AAA Team White - Lambton Jr Sting

U15 AAA Team Navy - Elgin Middlesex Canucks
U15 AAA Team White - Waterloo Wolves 

Congratulations to all those selected!

» 2023 ALLIANCE Hockey U15 AAA All-Star Rosters

» 2023 ALLIANCE Hockey U16 AAA All-Star Rosters

» 2023 ALLIANCE Hockey U18 AAA All-Star Rosters

Understandably, this is an exciting time for those players who have been selected to participate and disappointing for those who were not.  For those who are discouraged, keep in mind that there have been many talented players over the years who were not selected to specific teams, camps, games, etc.  
Look no further than ALLIANCE Hockey Graduates Tanner Pearson (Vancouver Canucks) and Ryan Ellis (Philadelphia Flyers) both of whom did not advance from the Under 17 Camp.  Through their disappointment, they persevered, worked hard and were determined to prove that they could compete with the best.  Both players eventually found themselves starring on the Canadian World Junior Team and playing in the NHL.

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