Created: Thursday, 07 September 2017 18:04
On Labour Day weekend, the HEO Midget AAA league showcased their players in the nation’s capital.
The HEO Midget loop, which this year contains the 2000, 2001, and 2002 age groups and 14 teams, showcased a good looking crop of talent over the three day event. Each team played three games and Director of Scouting Andrew Sykes and Ottawa area scout Brent Craswell caught all the action and filed the following report.
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Created: Monday, 28 August 2017 16:42
The Waterloo Wolves hosted a four-team event to kick off the Minor Midget AAA season (2002 age group) with a Pre-Season Showcase on the weekend of August 26 and 27.
The Wolves were joined by the Niagara North Stars, Oakville Rangers, and Vaughan Kings with each team playing three games over the two days.
TheScout.ca's Mitch Avis caught the action and filed the following report.
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Created: Thursday, 03 August 2017 22:24
Don Mills Flyers
Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs
Quinte Red Devils
Windsor Jr. Spitfires
Sun County Panthers
Guelph Jr. Gryphons
Oakland Jr. Grizzlies
Toronto Jr. Canadiens
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Created: Wednesday, 26 July 2017 11:21
With the dog days of summer in full swing, the 2017 USA Hockey Select 15 Development Camp gave everyone with an invested interest the chance to cool down and watch some elite hockey as many of the top 2002-born American players gathered in Amherst, New York to showcase themselves.
Director of Scouting Andrew Sykes
, U.S. scout Matt Grainda
, and Ottawa-area scout Brent Craswell
had eyes on the event and all three walked away extremely impressed at the talent level and calibre of play, especially considering it being smack dab in the middle of the off-season. The following wrap-up report includes our selections for the Top 10 perfomers at the camp and comments on all the OHL eligible players that were in attendance.
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