The first series preview comes to us with perennial contenders London taking on a Huron-Perth team that began the year as a top team but found themselves struggling near the end of the season. We will look at a few aspects of the teams and see where how they match up before they get their series underway on Wednesday evening at Western Fair.
London defeated Huron-Perth 10-2 on October 2nd
London defeated Huron-Perth 3-1 on December 2nd (All-Star Showcase Weekend)
London defeated Huron-Perth 5-0 on January 20th
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Midget Midget Result: Did not qualify for playdowns
Major Bantam Record: 5-22-5 (12th Place)
Major Bantam Result: Lost in quarter-finals to Cambridge in 3 games
After finding a home in the basement of both Minor Midget and Major Bantam, the Lakers will look towards a dominant forward to propel them closer to a playdown spot.
Minor Midget proved to be a difficult season for the Huron-Perth association. A year after arguably having a top two team in the Alliance, the Lakers could not find any consistent scoring and they couldn’t consistently keep the puck out of their net. Despite solid play from Tyson Koopman and Max Mulder, the Lakers spent the vast majority of the season looking up at the competition. Click here for full article