The Ottawa Jr. 67's PeeWee AAA team is in Huntsville this week representing Ottawa in the Ontario Winter Games.
On Friday morning they took on Guelph Griffons and lost 4 to 2.
Friday evening they played Thunder Bay Kings and won 7 to 4.
Saturday at 10am they played Soo Greyhounds and won 6 to 3.
The Jr. 67's played the London Jr. Knights in a semi final game tonight and lost 5 to 2 in a well fought battle against a very strong team.
The Jr. 67's competed in the Bronze medal game Sunday morning vs Guelph Griffons and lost 3 to 2.
Congratulations on making it into the top 4 teams.
Relating to the recent decision to change the status regarding use of mouth guards, the change is to remove the penalty from games. The use of mouth guards remains STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
Please check the attachment for an opportunity to participate in the Junior Skills Challenge.
Senators Junior Skills Challenge presented by Canadian Tire is open to Atom and Peewee minor hockey teams who are registered with ODMHA, OWHA, or Hockey Outaouais.
12 minor hockey players selected through the Senators Junior Skills Challenge presented by Canadian Tire will compete with the Senators in the annual skills competition just like Senators prospects Cody Ceci and Vincent Dunn.
The hosts for the 2014 Tournament of Champions are now set.
Below is the information for some of the divisions. The rest are to follow shortly.
Host: Smiths Falls Minor Hockey Association
Levels: Atom B Rep, Peewee B Rep, Minor Midget B Rep
Dates: Mar 28-30, 2014
Contact: Bobbi-Jean Doef, Tournament Director, email@example.com
The Bantam TofC will be hosted by Kanata.
The contact is Scott Leger, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Major Midget TOC will be held in Brockville Ontario on March 28th and 29th, 2014.
The contact is Scott Evans email@example.com 613-213-1918
All B Leagues please take note and remember that neither travel permits nor other Tournament sanctions will be issued for those dates as the top teams from each of the Leagues are expected to attend. There must also be no League or Playoff games scheduled for these dates within the 3 B Leagues
To be presented at Minor Council on February 10th for discussion and a month later at our Minor Council meeting March 10th voted on to determine if it will go forward to the AGM or not. This will allow a month for the districts and associations to discuss it and decide how their respective District Chairs should vote.
This proposal comes from examining 20+ submissions in relation to the first two proposals put forth by the AAA re-org sub committee. All submissions are posted on the web to the best of my knowledge, however if I have missed forwarding one to the Hockey Office for posting to the web please advise and it will be added. All submissions received prior to the proposal were considered.
AAA Boundary Re-Org Committee
Below is the final recommendation:
The AAA Boundary Review Committee is recommending the following option for boundary changes in 2014-2015.
Change of Boundaries:
1. The draw area for the Eastern Ontario Wild will be expanded to include the South Stormont and Russell Minor Hockey Associations.
On Saturday, February 8th, local minor hockey products Mark Borowiecki and Corey Cowick will return to the capital as the Binghamton Senators take on the Hamilton Bulldogs, the AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens at Canadian Tire Centre at 7 p.m.
in support of D.I.F.D.
FEBRUARY 8 @ 7 P.M.
CANADIAN TIRE CENTRE
SAVE $5 OFF THE GATE PRICE
As an ODMHA team, we would like to extend to you and your minor hockey team a ticket offer to see Borowiecki, Cowick and the Binghamton Senators take on the Hamilton Bulldogs. This minor hockey offer features:
• $5 off the gate price through a group sales ticket offer (pdf attached)
o 100 tickets are available for only $12.50; 300 level tickets for $7.50, and
• Teams selling more than 50 tickets will be entered into a draw to win some great Ottawa Senators prizing, including autographed photos, a team set of Senators practice jerseys, tickets to Sens Skills presented by Sport Chek, and the chance to have a member of the Sens Alumni at their team’s practice.
Future Sens presented by Canadian Tire