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Three AMHL Teams Win Tri-County Championships
Submitted By AMHL on Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Congratulations to the Major Peewee AE's who won their third straight Tri-County Championship, the Major Midget AA's who won their second consecutive championship and the Minor Bantam A's who captured their first Tri-County championship.

Major Peewee AE
Three in a row! Tri-County Champions back to back to back for the Ancaster PeeWee AE! Huge win over Guelph in OT in game 6. Series went the distance with a TIE GAME in game 5 to push it to a deciding game 6.

Game #1 - Guelph 3, Avalanche 2
Game #2 - Avalanche 8, Guelph 4
Game #3 - Avalanche 5, Guelph 0

Game #4 - Guelph 4, Avalanche 3
Game #5 - Avalanche 3, Guelph 3
Game #6 - Avalanche 2, Guelph 1
Avalanche Win Series 7 points to 5

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Major Midget AA
The Major Midget AA's won their second consecutive Tri-County Championship against Oakville. Eleven of the 17 players on this year's team won the championship on home ice in front of a raucous crowd in their last game as AMHL rep players. Last year, they defeated Brampton on away ice to win the Tri-County championship. 

Game #1 - Avalanche 4, Oakville 4
Game #2 - Oakville 4, Avalanche 1
Game #3 - Avalanche 3, Oakville 1

Game #4 - Avalanche 3, Oakville 0

Game #5 - Avalanche 3, Oakville1
Avalanche Win Series 7 points to 3

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1st Row: Quentin DiBenedetto, Callum Macdonald, Matt Valaitis, Nick D'Amico, Connor Fillion, Liam Giacomelli, Nick Cotter, Jadon Aguanno

2nd Row: Jason Aguano (trainer), Graham Hebscher, Rich Walters, Aydyn Viegas, Lucas Gatto, Cameron Pavao, Cameron Fitzpatrick, Jacob Stampfli, Angus Macdonald, Nate Van Den Heuvel, Rich Walters (coach), John Macdonald (coach)



Minor Bantam A 
Tri-County Champions! Congratulations to a tough Hespeler Shamrocks opponent, and an Ancaster Avalanche Minor Bantam Team that fought through to bring home the Championship!!

Game #1: Hespeler 2, Avalanche 1
Game #2 - Avalanche 2, Hespeler 1

Game #3 - Avalanche 2, Hespeler 1

Game #4 - Avalanche 2, Hespeler 1
Avalanche Win Series 3 games to 1

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