The u17 Sno-Kings would eventually cruise to victory in the final, beating Portland Burnaby had advanced to the Final Four with a dramatic overtime win over the host Jets, where they struck first in the extra session after Richmond rallied to force a fourth period. Jayson Beauregard netted a pair and Marcus Klarich counted a goal and three assists.
The 38th annual Richmond International Bantam Midget Hockey Tournament held its opening ceremonies Thursday night at Minoru Arenas as 53 teams do battle over the next three days to determine five division titles. The American visitors jumped out to a first period lead and held on for a victory to improve to in round-robin play. The Wolves had opened their schedule with a romp over the North Central Bobcats earlier in the day.
The 5th floor grass area for dogs was a welcome addition, and the fitness room was a bove average for a Hotel. Centrally located for all of our hockey venues. We will be sure to stay again when we are in the neighborhood!
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The list is now open for team managers to apply for tournaments. There is no urgency to apply immediately. Tournaments are not accepting teams on a first come first serve basis.
All players must be properly registered with their home associations. All teams must be ready to start at the scheduled time. No ball playing allowed in the common areas such as the mezzanine, hallways, foyer, and outside the main entrance.
This tournament is an ice hockey tournament held annually for midget aged players in Richmond, British ColumbiaCanada. The tournament features 60 teams and approximately games with more than eleven hundred participants, aged 15 — 18, from across Canada, the United States and Europe. Each team is guaranteed to play at least five 5 games with 3 - 20 minute stop time periods.
Hockey Event of the Year. This event will showcase the new exhibits and displays at the Sports Hall of Fame. It will also recognize and celebrate the players, coaches, organizers and supporters of the International Midget Hockey Tournament that ran in Richmond Hill from
The Kitchener Ice Pirates is a special needs hockey program, providing children and adults with developmental disabilities from across Waterloo Region the opportunity to particiapte in a hockey program that is tailored to their specific needs. Our participant's abilities range from new non-skaters to those on their way to becoming great hockey players. Players on the Ice Pirates gain a sense of fairplay friendship, and an amazing sense of accomplishment as they improve their hockey skills.
At one time, the tournament hosted over 40 teams from all over Ontario, as well as Quebec, other provinces and the United States. Dave Baker, of the former Baker Jeep dealership in upper Richmond Hill, was a primary sponsor of the tournament. Many acknowledgments were given Sunday to well-known local hockey leaders, including Ed Hoogenboom and Ed Sackfield.