Ice Dogs send a record 11 teams to King of the Rings, News, U14 (2010), 2023 Season (Orillia Ice Dogs)

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Ice Dogs send a record 11 teams to King of the Rings
Ice Dogs Hockey will be well represented at this weekends CCT King of the Rings tournament in Toronto.  With representation in 9 age groups the Dogs will send 11 teams and nearly 140 players to the event.  

Representing the Ice Dogs are the following teams...

U09 Ice Dogs (2013) - Effective Automation Systems Inc.
U10 Ice Dogs (2012) - Orillia Premier Truck & Trailer Inc.
U11 Ice Dogs (2011) - B & J Contracting
U12 Ice Dogs (2010) - Moonstone Mechanical
U13 Ice Dogs (2009 #1) - Tryon Construction/Millwood Logisitics
U13 Ice Dogs (2009 #2) - No Sponsor
U14 Ice Dogs (2008) - Veritas Legal
U15 Ice Dogs (2007) - Taylor Solutions
U16 Ice Dogs (2006) - Desjardins Insurance Agent Murray Hofstetter
U18 Ice Dogs (2005) - John Eplett - Remax
U18 Ice Dogs (2004) - Starport Marina

We would like to thank ALL of our great sponsors for there support including St. Louis Bar & Grill as our official Team "Headquarters".  

The King of the Rings tournament is a Premier CCT event that is going to kick off our summer season.  More tournaments will follow over the next several weeks as players and teams return to the ice for the first games of 5 on 5 hockey since Covid shutdowns.

Good luck to all!


2020 CCT King of the Rings Champions (U14 - 2007 Team)
Team Members include: Goalie Aaron Wilson (#1), Mason Taylor-Wood (#4), Zach Raaphorst (#6), Tanner Thayer (#10), Jackson Hawrelak (#18), Ryan Warwick (#19), Reece Cordeiro (#55), Ryder Bjaanes (#88) and Matthew Landriault (#91).  Coach is Scott Bjaanes.  Team Sponsor Taylor Solutions.

2018 CCT King of the Rings Champions (U14 - 2005 Team)
Team Members Include: G- Carter Hornick (#31), G- Gavin Sanderson (#34), Nathan Stapley (#5), Levon White (#7), Zach Eaton (#8), Theo Stanford (#10),  Keaton Barron (#11), Isaac Locker (#15), Kaden Goggins (#25), Matthew Bush (#29), Cam Carruthers (#41), Cole Rowlandson (#55), Caleb Tiffin-Seminara (#64), Matt Eplett (#76), Matthew Worsley (#77), Sam Reda (#90), Sasha Balian (#91).  Coaches Brian Worsley, John Eplett.

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Moonstone Mechanical
Moonstone Mechanical was incorporated in 1996 by Kenneth Fraser as the sole owner operator. Since then, the company has expanded to include multiple trades and sales divisions employing full time staff. Keeping with the same attention to detail that built the company originally. Moonstone today continues to offer exceptional, industry leading service, to the High Speed Packaging Industry.