Alliance All-Star Rosters Released

Coming up this weekend, Waterloo will host yet another Alliance All-Star weekend. The event, which showcases players from Bantam to Midget, is also the beginning of the selection process for the Alliance OHL Gold Cup team as well as the first viewing for some looking to represent Team Canada next year at the U16 tournament.

68 Minor Midget players were selected as part of the four team mini tournament that occurs throughout the weekend. 36 forwards, 24 defenseman and 8 goalies in total will make the trek.

Here are the full team rosters.

Team Blue:

G – Corson Marit (Kitchener)

G – Lewis Boulton (London)

D – Stefan Dobrich (Sun County)

D – Mason Howard (London)

D – Stefan Panzalovic (Sun County)

D – Dylan Schives (Chatham-Kent)

D – Michael Van Loon (Elgin-Middlesex)

D – Gavin Wood (Waterloo)

F – David Anderson (Cambridge)

F – Cal Christner (Waterloo)

F – Stephane Crevier (Sun County)

F – Nolan Degurse (Lambton)

F – Luke Drewitt (London)

F – Tyson Hillier (Waterloo)

F – T.J. Hughes (Hamilton)

F – Jakob Marche (Elgin-Middlesex)

F – Keean Washkurak (Waterloo)
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2016/17 Windsor Jr. Spitfires Season Preview

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2015/16 Minor Midget Final Standings: 15-12-6 (6th Place)

2015/16 Minor Midget Final Result: Lost to London in 7 in Semi-Finals (Advanced to OHL Cup)

2015/16 Major Bantam Final Standings: 10-12-8 (6th Place)

2015/16 Major Bantam Final Result: Lost in 3 to Kitchener in Preliminary Round

While the Minor Midget team last year was enjoying a world of success near the end of the year, the bantam team had their season ended with an upset. The 2001 age group is aiming to duplicate their predecessors success this season.

The 2000 team last year was the typical story of a team that got stronger and better as the season went on. They succeeded with mistake free hockey and great chemistry to go from a 6th seed in the Alliance to arguably having the best showing of any Alliance team in the OHL Cup this past March. Led by Owen Lalonde, the #2 pick in this year’s OHL Priority Selection Draft, Windsor was a prime example of a team that stayed together throughout their years in hockey and thrived at the end.
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