Minor Bantam AE's Win Kitchener Early Bird Tournament, News (Ancaster Minor Hockey)

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Minor Bantam AE's Win Kitchener Early Bird Tournament
Submitted By AMHL on Monday, September 10, 2018
The very resilient Minor Bantam AE team captured gold at the Kitchener Early Bird tournament the weekend of September 7-9, 2018.  Playing in the “A” division for the first time, they defeated the Brampton 45’s A team 4-3 in a thrilling championship game.  

For a group of players, this represents their 3rd straight Kitchener tournament gold medal.

This group of players all relished the opportunity to play against stiff competition in preparation for their Tri-County season. The team truly embraced the team concept, which is particularly important when integrating 4 new players to their program.

Congratulations to all players, coaches & team manager for a great start to their 2018-19 hockey season.  The team would like to thank their sponsor SmileCrafters.

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Pictured are goalies Matthew Pocrnic & Jacob Hicks, players Domenic Barone, Jackson Bellamy, Damien Boiteau, Michael Depaola, Bradley Hillman, Callum Holt, Vaughn Jager, William Jansen, Nick Lehman, Alexander MacLean, Logan Mancini, Benen Samkoe, Giuliana Scaduto, Joseph Stechey & Benjamin Wolfe.

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