Created: Thursday, 04 October 2018 18:50
Chatham-Kent Cyclones #7
July 15, 2003
5’10”, 160 lbs
Grande Pointe, ON, CAN
An electric offensive talent, Goure dazzles in possession and is one of the most lethal goal-scorers in the 2003 age group. A dangerous threat every time on the ice, Goure is a player who maximizes his elite skill-set to the fullest, whether through his nifty edges and quick feet, quick hands, instinctive vision, or pro-level shot.
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Created: Wednesday, 03 October 2018 15:18
Brantford 99ers #93
February 11, 2003
6’0”, 170 lbs
Langton, ON, CAN
After playing a starring role on the 2002 minor midget team which included scoring the Alliance championship winning goal in overtime, Callens was heavily courted by some of the top teams in the province, but in the end decided to stay with the Brantford 99ers. An all-around dynamic pivot, Callens has the gamebreaking attributes that immediately jump out of you and scream those of a first-round pick.
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Created: Friday, 28 September 2018 14:57
The Alliance Minor Midget AAA Showcase changed location from Windsor in 2017 to Kitchener for the 2018 event. Alliance Hockey once again put forth a well-organized event and the Kitchener Jr. Rangers were great hosts, providing the 12 teams with on and off-ice activities along with each team playing three games over the three days.
Director of Scouting Andrew Sykes and area scout Ryan Stacey took in the action and compiled the following report which includes their selections for the Top 15 Performers of the weekend and comments on 80 total players.
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Created: Monday, 17 September 2018 15:19
The 11th Annual 2018 Toronto Titans Minor Midget AAA Prospect Tournament saw 53 teams from across North America come to Toronto to compete in front of scouts and team management staff from the OHL, NCAA, and various scouting agencies. The tournament, which is the largest of the year in the minor midget AAA circuit in Ontario, gave the aforementioned interested parties an introduction to the 2003 age group who will have a busy hockey schedule all the way through to March when the OHL Cup concludes the season.
The powerhouse Don Mills Flyers blitzed the field to win the championship, dominating all eight of their games and having an average-margin-of-victory of 5 goals. They defeated the Chicago Mission, who had a dominant tournament in their own right up until that point, by a score of 3-0 in the championship game.
TheScout.ca was highly active throughout the duration of the tournament with Director of Scouting Andrew Sykes working alongside regional scouts Jason Gray, Ryan Ferizovic and Ryan Stacey to compile the following report. Media Poducer Zach Scribner was also in attendance getting ISO video footage and building our database of pictures.
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Created: Friday, 14 September 2018 15:43
The Bell Sensplex in Kanata once again played host to the HEO Midget AAA Showcase on Labour Day weekend. The showcase has become the official launching of the new scouting season in Ontario as it is the first event on the calendar in the province in anticipation of the 2019 OHL Priority Selection.
The HEO Midget loop this year contains the 2001, 2002, and 2003 age groups and 16 teams, although four of them, OMHA Gold, OMHA Maroon, CIHA Green and CIHA White did not participate. 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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