Alliance OHL Cup Preview

The latest hockey season has come to an end for some of the teams in the Alliance but there is still hockey being played which includes four Alliance teams trying their hand at the illustrious OHL Cup championship title. The London Jr. Knights, Waterloo Wolves and Cambridge Hawks have all punched their ticket to the dance with the Kitchener Jr. Rangers just one win away from joining them. Last year was a disappointing tournament for the Alliance with no teams from the association making it past the round robin portion of the tournament. This season, the Alliance enters the tournament with London being ranked at the top and legitimate contenders to take the crown.

Let’s just go through the divisions and see exactly what each team has in store for them later this week. Click here for full article

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2016/17 Alliance Scout Player Rankings 16-25

After a countless amount of live game viewings spanning many cities and many different teams, it is finally time to bring out the Alliance Player Rankings for the 2001 born players.

This year for the Alliance features a lot of top end talent on the ice to go along with an Alliance team that was ranked #4 in the inaugural OHL Cup Rankings.

There were two different areas of this list that were fairly difficult. Firstly, it was narrowing down my original list of about 45 players down to the 25 that compile this list. That was a task that took lots of debate and overview to finally come to a decision. Secondly, it was trying to arrange players in slot where there is such a miniscule difference between some of these players.

So the 25 have now been slotted and we will start with the players landing in the 16-25 range. There will not be any “on the bubble” list but it is probably inevitable that next month when the 2nd list makes an appearance that some new faces will be there.

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