Midget AA Tournament Champions, News (Barrie Minor Hockey)

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Midget AA Tournament Champions
Submitted By Jill Robertson on Monday, November 24, 2014
Congratulations to our Midget AA team for their recent tournament win!

With 9 players for most of the tournament  at which 2 were our Ap's due to injuries all the boys showed extreme determination, athletics,focus and teamwork making us all proud. Our boys left blank looks on opposing teams when they entered the ice to only count 9 players.I recall watching 1 team coach mouth the words to another coach  " they only have 9 players". Boy did they get a surprise as the game progressed and our boys did not give up.

Friday our boys turned up short coming in last place in our pool losing the 1st game in a double 3 on 3 OT and losing 4-3 to London in the 2nd game.

It all came down to Saturday. Elimination round. Our boys started the game as the underdogs but showed up to win only to knock out the 1st place team, Niagara Falls, by a score of 3 to 0. Goaltender Kayle Campbell definately played his role well and kept the pucks out of the net while our players worked hard together to put the puck in the back of the Niagara net.

 It was off to Semi Finals Sunday Morning vs. Humber Valley with 10 players. The boys battled hard while both teams kept it clean. After a nail biter of a game it carried over passed regular time to double 3 on 3 and double1 on 1 battles 1 minute OT. After not being able to score it  finally  came down to a shootout. Eric Langley was up 1st and was able to put the puck in the back of the net with a great shot while Goaltender Kyler Marklinger made  a great save. A well deserved win. 

 Off to the Championship game vs. London Jr. Knights we would go. From the moment the puck dropped you knew Barrie was hungry for the win. Both teams played hard and kept it clean. Barrie Midget AA wanted it more and beat the London Jr. Knights 3-1 in the Championship Game on Sunday. Nov 16th. 

There prize was a Ring, the title Champions and a positive memory.

A big thank you to Eric Rideout and Parker Frankish from our Midget A team who came out to play all weekend. Without them our successful weekend would of been nearly impossible. To boot the boys each got a spotlight chance as the played 1 min each in a 1 on 1 OT battle.  Way to go Boys you won those battle! You played strong all weekend. 



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