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Our Major Novice MD 1 and 2 teams hit the road and came home with the gold!
Submitted By Brady Parr on Saturday, December 31, 2016
Both our Major Novice MD 1 and 2 teams competed in tournaments in Brampton and Cambridge this past week and reigned supreme once again!

Our Major Novice Tier 1 Team captured the AA Silverstick Regional Tournament in Brampton over the holidays! The boys played an impressive tournament, winning all of their games (37-3 goals for and against record). The team is looking forward to representing West London at the International Championships in Michigan in January! Thank you to all of the families for their continued support of the boys and team! 

 

"We are the Hawks, the mighty mighty Hawks! And if you can't hear us we'll shout a little louder!


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Our Major Novice MD 2 team hit the highway down to the 50th Annual Hespeler Olympics Rep Tournament with immense success.  The kids played with grit, resiliency, and determination all week long. They are a true team who play for each other and leave it all out on the ice.  They went 2-0-1 in the round robin with a 2-2 tie vs. Woolwich Wildcats,  5-4 and 5-1 victories vs Hespeler Shamrocks and Glanbrook Rangers respectively.  They then shut the door in the semis with a 4-0 victory again vs. Glanbrook and a 3-0 victory vs. Woolwich to take it all home!!

 

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Amazing efforts from both of these spectacular teams! You should all be very proud! 

GO HAWKS!!!!!






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