FRASER, MI — Twenty-five teams from the United States and Canada hit the ice and when the final buzzer sounded five new team champions were crowned by OneHockey.
Nearly 400 players from Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Ontario spanning five different divisions were on hand at Fraser Hockeyland in suburban Detroit, Nov. 8-10, but only a select few skated off as champions.
A total of 54 games were played on five sheets of ice over the course of the three-day whirlwind weekend of hockey at Fraser Hockeyland and when the ice chips settled OneHockey crowned the Sarnia Sting (8U), Belle Tire (10U), Buffalo Regals (12U), Big Boy Hockey Club (14U) and Mount Clemens Wolves (16U) champs.
“The word is out now and OneHockey will boom in Michigan for years to come,” OneHockey CEO Sebastien Fortier said. “This was one of our best run events. Our Mascot and interviewers were the best. The Michigan tournament size will triple next year.”
OneHockey Michigan Tournament Champions
FINAL — Sarnia Sting White 3, Sarnia Sting Black 0 (8U)
FINAL — Belle Tire Devils 2, West Seneca Wings 1 (10U)
MVPs – Belle Tire Devils – Peyton West, Cole Matthews
MVPs – West Seneca Wings – Josh Urban, Trevor Felker
FINAL — Buffalo Regals 6, Big Boy Hockey Club 5 (12U)
MVPs – Buffalo Regals – Dillon McMahon, Josh Fletcher
MVPs – Big Boy Hockey Club – Darren Jones, Drew Halaas
FINAL — Big Boy Hockey Club 2, Trenton Enforcers 1 (14U)
MVPs – Big Boy White – Mario Quaglia, Jake Zaranek
MVPs – Trenton Enforcers – Brennen Toth, Jay Cormier
FINAL — Mount Clemens Wolves 3, Macomb Mavericks 2 OT (16U)
MVPs – Mt. Clemens Wolves – Donovan Ascencio, Luke Scheer
MVPs – Macomb Mavericks – Alex Gardner, Gavin Demara
‘Congratulations to all our winning teams from our Fraser, Michigan tournament this past weekend! We look forward to seeing you again at a tournament in the near future🥇🏒🏆’ pic.twitter.com/EmAbfz7UVD
— OneHockey (@OneHockeyEvents) November 11, 2019
Written by John Christian Hageny / @JCCSPORTS
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