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Final Weekend - Great Success!
Submitted By Tim McConaghy on Monday, September 28, 2020
What a final weekend of hockey for the Ice Dogs Spring/Summer Program.  We sent a record SEVEN teams to tournaments this weekend alone... most ever for our organization over one weekend!  In total over 60 Ice Dogs players hit the ice, playing 31 games and compiling a record of 18-10-3 for the 3 days.

Here are the highlights of the weekend and the individual team results... 

U16 - John Eplett/Remax (2005) Ice Dogs played the CCT Fall Classic at York University.  The team was 2-2-1 for the weekend, loosing a shocker 7-6 in a shootout (Double OT) in the semi-final.  The team would go on to win the Bronze medal game 7-5 to close out the tournament.

U15 - Desjardins Insurance - Murray Hoffstetter (2006) Ice Dogs played the Quest for the Cup event at the CAA Centre in Brampton.  For the weekend the team went a perfect 4-0-0.  They would claim the Championship with a convincing 9-3 victory over Pro Performance Hockey in the final.

U13 - Veritas Legal (2008) Ice Dogs sent both an A and AA team to the Quest for the Cup event at the CAA Centre in Brampton.  The AA team went 4-0-0 for the weekend and claimed the title with a exciting 4-3 OT win in the final.  The A team faced some stiff competition going 0-3-1 for the weekend loosing a close 4-3 decision in the Bronze Final.


U12 - Millwood Logistics/Tryon Construction (2009) Ice Dogs sent two teams to different events.  Team #1 played in the CCT Fall Classic at York University where they went 3-2-0 for the weekend.  The team would make the Gold final but would have to settle for the Silver Metal.  Team #2 participated in the 400 Cup which was held at the Centre Ice Sportsplex at Nottawasaga.  For the weekend they went 2-1-1 and won 6-2 in the Bronze Medal Game.

U11 - Moonstone Mechanical (2010) Ice Dogs played the CCT Fall Classic at York University.  For the weekend the Dogs went 3-2-0 against some difficult AA/AAA teams.  With a big 5-1 win in the Semi-final they would advance to the Gold medal game.  In the final the team would suffer a heartbreaking 5-4 loss to the Halton Storm to take the Silver.

Quest for the Cup Championship photo of the U15 (AA/AAA) Ice Dogs
CAA Center - Brampton, ON (Sept. 27, 2020)

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Quest for the Cup Championship photo of the U13 (AA) Ice Dogs
CAA Center - Brampton, ON (Sept. 27, 2020)


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