The Provincial Bantam and PeeWee and Regional Midget Championships are complete.
The PeeWee Championships werere hosted this year by the Ottawa Jr. 67's. The Ottawa Senators represented ODMHA and the Jr. 67's were the host team.
The tournament ran very well. Congratulations to the organizers!
The Bantam Championships saw ODMHA represented by Ottawa Jr. 67's.
Jr. 67's player Greg Meireles was picked as the Tournament MVP and he and fellow teammate Erik Ross were selected to the Tournament All-Star team. Congratulations to both players.
The Jr 67's win the Bronze Medal game 6 to 3. Congratulations team!
The Midget Regional Championships had ODMHA represented by the Ottawa Senators.
The Ottawa Senators won the Silver medal. Congratulations team!
Please open the attachment to read the Ice Times Magazine from the Hockey Development Center Ontario
Below is a breakdown of how many players at AAA may be impacted with the new proposed boundary changes. Here is the table of such players by year of birth. All of the 1996 births have been removed as being aged out (there was only one to begin with).
*** Check the attachment for the breakdown. The website does not keep proper formatting of charts ***
What is important to note in the Cyclones / 67s case, 11 Leitrim players may exercise their rights, while 12 S. Stormont players may do so as well. Russell is not much of an issue.
There were in fact 30 players from these Associations playing AAA, but 5 were playing elsewhere on a transfer and so, have no vested rights to claim.
There is a 26th player whose address is in Leitrim, but he registered in Metcalfe and then played for the 67s’. Not sure of that status for the next season.
The Ottawa Jr. 67's PeeWee AAA team is in Huntsville this week representing Ottawa in the Ontario Winter Games.
On Friday morning they took on Guelph Griffons and lost 4 to 2.
Friday evening they played Thunder Bay Kings and won 7 to 4.
Saturday at 10am they played Soo Greyhounds and won 6 to 3.
The Jr. 67's played the London Jr. Knights in a semi final game tonight and lost 5 to 2 in a well fought battle against a very strong team.
The Jr. 67's competed in the Bronze medal game Sunday morning vs Guelph Griffons and lost 3 to 2.
Congratulations on making it into the top 4 teams.
Relating to the recent decision to change the status regarding use of mouth guards, the change is to remove the penalty from games. The use of mouth guards remains STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
Please check the attachment for an opportunity to participate in the Junior Skills Challenge.
Senators Junior Skills Challenge presented by Canadian Tire is open to Atom and Peewee minor hockey teams who are registered with ODMHA, OWHA, or Hockey Outaouais.
12 minor hockey players selected through the Senators Junior Skills Challenge presented by Canadian Tire will compete with the Senators in the annual skills competition just like Senators prospects Cody Ceci and Vincent Dunn.