The field is finally set and the five teams that will battle it out for the title of Atlantic Canada Major Midget Champions are prepared and ready to go. This is the last stop before the TELUS Cup for these teams, and will be the final meaningful hockey games this season for four of them.
The St. John’s Maple Leafs will act as the host team, while the St. John’s Pennecon Privateers will join them as the Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL) representatives, by making it to the Provincial final, where they swept the Leafs in four straight games.
The Cornwall Thunder will represent Prince Edward Island, while the Moncton Flyers will be New Brunswick’s representative. Last, but not least, the defending Atlantic Champion Halifax Titans will join the fray, after disposing of Dartmouth in six games in the Nova Scotia final.
It’s sure to be a great weekend of hockey and everyone is encouraged to come out and watch. The tournament gets underway Thursday March 29 at the Jack Byrne Arena in Torbay, NL. Tournament passes are $25. They are available from the HNL teams by contacting Cathy Nicolle (email@example.com) or Kris Abbott (749-4550). Passes are also available at That Pro Look, Avalon Mall location.
The schedule is as follows:
Thursday, March 29
1:00 pm Halifax Titans vs St. John’s Privateers
4:00 pm Cornwall Thunder vs Moncton Flyers
7:30 pm Opening Ceremonies
8:00 pm Halifax Titans vs St. John’s Maple Leafs
Friday, March 30
10:00 am St. John’s Privateers vs Cornwall Thunder
1:30 pm St. John’s Maple Leafs vs Moncton Flyers
5:00 pm Cornwall Thunder vs Halifax Titans
8:00 pm St. John’s Privateers vs St. John’s Maple Leafs
Saturday, March 31
9:00 am Moncton Flyers vs Halifax Titans
12:30 pm St. John’s Maple Leafs vs Cornwall Thunder
3:30 pm Moncton Flyers vs St. John’s Privateers
7:00 pm Awards Banquet
Sunday, April 1
1:00 pm - Championship Game
Note: Home teams are listed in right column
The winner of this tournament will represent the Atlantic Region at the 2012 TELUS Cup in Leduc, Alberta, which runs April 23-29.
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