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YG Spring Hockey 2005 & 2007 Tier 1 Champs
Submitted By Administrator on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Congratulations to two of our Young Guns Spring Hockey teams for winning the Tier 1 division Championships at the Toronto Bring Your Best Tournament...


The 2007 team coached by George Kirchmair and Steve Smith, went undefeated with a record of 6-0.  They had 26 Goals for and 9 Goals Against for a dominating performance from start to end. 


The 2005 team coached by Rich Ciaravella, Ken Rayner and Paul Millar had a record of 5-1.  They had 25 Goals for and 17 Goals Against.  After losing their first game to Vaughan, they got their redemption in the finals by beating them 2-1 to capture the Championship. 

This was the third tourney for both these teams this spring, and they end off the spring season with a double whammy!

We are very proud of all the boys for their hard work and dedication to the program. 

Congrats to both Teams!







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