OneHockey Crowns New Champions in Edmonton

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EDMONTON — Over 600 players from 34 teams spanning the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories were on hand at the second annual OneHockey youth hockey tournament May 18-20 at the Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre in Edmonton, Alberta.

At the conclusion of the three-day weekend of festivities, six new champions were crowned including the Oil Country Penguins which won for the second year in a row.

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Already a world-wide phenomenon, OneHockey continues to provide outstanding hockey memories that will last a lifetime during its multiple weekend-long youth tournaments and this past weekend was no exception.

ONEHOCKEY EDMONTON TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS

Devareaux Daredevils 3, NAA Chain 2 (2006 Silver)

Most Valuable Players: Brodie Hicks, Kole Keen, Daredevils

Honorable MentionLucas Stadlwieser, Kyle Gautreau, Chain

Devareaux Daredevils, 2006 Silver OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

Can-West Outriders 2, Fort McMurray Mountaineers 0 (2007 Silver)

Most Valuable PlayersAdam Kisilevich, Blake O’Dempsey, Outriders

Honorable MentionEthan Pittman, Thomas George, Mountaineers

Can-West Outriders, 2007 Silver OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

Jr. Riggers 8, NAS Snipers 2 (2008 Gold)

Most Valuable PlayersAbel Fausak, Kasey Fuson, Riggers

Honorable MentionJett Toma, Kael Haman, Snipers

Jr. Riggers, 2008 Gold OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

Oil Country Penguins 8, Jr. Eagles 2 (2009 Gold)

Most Valuable PlayersBrandon Bernardo, Carson Ralph, Penguins

Honorable MentionCarter Yavis, Dominik Chapman, Eagles

Oil Country Penguins, 2009 Gold OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

Jr. Storm 5, Chain 3 (2009 Silver)

Most Valuable PlayersEaston Doran, Dreycen Lauck, Storm

Honorable MentionKarson Bownlee, Brody Virostek, Chain

Jr. Storm 2009 Silver Gold OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

Ice Crushers 6, Can-West Bearcats 3 (2010 Silver)

Most Valuable PlayersLiam Roberts, Ethan Lobay, Crushers

Honorable Mention: Ahmad Fayad, Chase Huberdeau, Bearcats

Ice Crushers, 2010 Silver OneHockey Tournament Champions. (Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

ONEHOCKEY WORLD HOLIDAY INVITE

This winter, OneHockey will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest ever youth hockey tournament.

Currently, the Minor Hockey Tournament held in Calgary in 2007 holds the record with 664 teams comprised of 10,992 players competing in 957 games on 42 sheets of ice.

OneHockey’s 2018 Holiday Invite, set for December 27-30 in Michigan, however, is well within reach of that mark with 567 teams committed as of March.

Related: OneHockey Attempts to Set New World Record

(Photo courtesy of OneHockey)

 

 

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