Meadowvale’s November Newsletter Now Available.
Our Board Members invite you to read this month’s newsletter. It includes useful information, photos and events. Happy reading!
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Meadowvale Hockey partnered with the MHL, Bauer, Canadian Tire and Hockey Canada are currently running their first ‘Canadian Tire First Shift’ Program. The First Shift program is designed to ensure a positive experience for new-to-hockey families by offering a program that is accessible, affordable, safe and most importantly, fun!
Registration was open to the first 45 players who were suited up from head to toe in Bauer Equipment. The program is run out of Meadowvale Four Rinks for 6 weeks. Each player will Focus on Fun and Learn to Play Canada’s game!
Thanks to Head Coach Matt White and his team of Assistant Coaches; Joe Couto, Ty Trainor, Mark Placzek, Steve Johnston, ME115 players Luca Marrone and Jake Larnaudie & ME090 players Noah Smith, Anthony Power, and Dario Profaca
It was such a pleasure watching our players getting onto the ice for their first session. So nice to see so many smiling faces, actually 45 smiling faces 😀😀😀 – Coach Steve J.
Last weekend the Meadowvale Minor Midgets ME100 attended the Toronto Wolverines Tourney and faced some tough teams and went undefeated to qualify for the semi-finals and advanced to the finals for a big
5-2 tournament win!!
Congrats to the team and their coaches, Norm Pacheco , Thomas Fogh, Dean Wilson and Scott Chataway.
Congrats to Meadowvale Minor Novice Gold ME020 for winning Gold in last weekend’s 2017 MD Challenge Cup in Burlington.
Kudos to Head Coach Jon Grenier, the coaching staff, and their excited 7 year old champions.
Midget Hawks win the “Marshall Drewnowsky Memorial Select Tournament”.
The Midget Senior Hawks started off slow but came from behind to win “Back to Back” Midget Championships. Winning the tournament in 2016, the Midget Hawks had a much different road this year. Finishing 7th in the Round Robin, the Hawks had to play an additional game Saturday afternoon against the 10th placed seed Vaughan Rangers…..which they won 7-0. They then had to face a very strong Leaside team in the Quarter Finals Saturday night, beating them 3-2.
It was in the semi-finals on Sunday where the Hawks came out strong beating Kingston 6-0. Heading into the finals, they then faced Warren Park, where they defeated them 4-1, claiming the championship.
Goaltender Marc Dubois played solid in the tournament with 2 shut-outs and a GAA of 1.00 (The Hawks had 22 GF and 6 GA).
Congratulations to Head Coach Steve Johnston along with his coaching staff, Gord Smith, Gary Grougrou, John Pontoni and Anna Johnston on their back to back championship!