EDMONTON — Nearly 500 players from 32 teams spanning two Canadian Provinces converged at Terwillegar Rec Center in Edmonton, Alberta from May 17-19, and the result was six new champions crowned by OneHockey, one of the leaders of organized youth hockey tournaments world-wide.
All told, approximately 480 youth ice hockey players from Alberta and Saskatchewan participated in the three-day weekend extravaganza, and when the ice chips settled six new champions spanning 2007 to 2011 age groups celebrated with the OneHockey cup.
OneHockey is also pleased to announce a partnership with Pro Hockey Life, the world’s hockey-centric retailer for equipment, products and fanfare.
As part of the sponsorship, a Pro Hockey Life Challenge was on hand featuring a stickhandling skills interactive event utilizing the SuperDeker training aid.
“Pro Hockey Life prides itself on being the ultimate destination for hockey players and fans alike, and the brand is proud to continue its support for Canada’s game by sponsoring OneHockey’s Edmonton tournament,” Geoff Sarjeant, Associate Vice President of Hockey, Canadian Tire Corporation, said.
“It’s exciting to have Pro Hockey Life attend our Edmonton event,” Fortier added. “Just more fun things for our players to do in between tournament games. I’d like to thank Pro Hockey Life for supporting youth hockey.”
FINAL — Ice Crushers (2011)
2011 Champions MVP – Ice Crushers – Cartyr Charlet, Dylan Assaly
2011 Finalists MVP – Fort McMurray Mountaineers – Zack Strickland, Brayden Galwayh
FINAL — Junior Storm 11, CanWest Bearcats 7 (2010 Gold)
2010 Gold Champions MVP – Junior Storm – Cohenn Rotar, Corbin Dunphy
2010 Gold Finalists MVP – CanWest Bearcats – Thoren Corbett, Noah Horvatis
FINAL — Junior Titans 6, Ice Crushers Black 4 (2010 Silver)
2010 Silver Champions MVP – Junior Titans – Bronson Lamontagne, Maria Facca
2010 Silver Finalists MVP – Ice Crushers Black – Chase Wilton, Jake Salisbury
FINAL — North Warriors 8, Team Revolution 5 (2009 Silver)
2009 Silver Champions MVP – North Warriors – Lucas Anderson, Kade Hughes
2009 Silver Finalists MVP – Team Revolution – Josh Van den Bussche, Clark Schneider
FINAL — Bridge City Vipers 2, CanWest Wolves 1 (2008 Silver)
2008 Silver Champions MVP – Bridge City Vipers -Barret Berger, Caiden Stratychuk
2008 Silver Finalists MVP – CanWest Wolves – Ben Chuckrey, Nixon Chanski
FINAL — Ice Crushers 6, Sasakatoon Junior Blues 2 (2007 Silver)
2007 Silver Champions MVP – Ice Crushers Blue – Kai Stothart, Kayden Collins
2007 Silver Finalist MVP – Saskatoon Jr. Blues — Cody Fagnou, Ryan Giroux
Written by John Christian Hageny @JCCSPORTS
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