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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 (1435 views)
Congratulations to our Atom Team in winning the Bronze Medal in the OMHA Championship this past weekend by defeating Halton (SCTA League 1st Place Finisher) 3 to 1.  

Our Atom Team had a strong 2nd Place finish this season and came out of the SCTA Qualifier as 1 of the 4 Teams advancing to the SCTA Semi-Finals Series.  The Atom Jr. Bulldogs faced off against Burlington in a 6-Point Semi-Final Series and advanced to the OMHA Championship Weekend by successfully winning the series in 4 games.  Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Friday, March 10, 2017 (751 views)
Albert DiFazio played his junior hockey in the QJHL for the Repentigny, 2 seasons in the NAHL for Beauce Jaros and the Maine Nordiques before travelling to Italy where he played for 12 seasons.  For 6 of those 12 seasons Albert played for the Valpellice where he returned in1992 as the Technical Manager of the Youth Sector.   Albert DiFazio’s coaching philosophy is quite simple - it is to have fun and learn how to play hockey the right way. Albert states that he will be tough but fair.  Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Friday, March 10, 2017 (368 views)
Bryan Drennan believes a Coach can be a positive influence in a young person’s life.  Bryan states that working with the players on learning about TEAM work, accountability, responsibility and a strong work ethic will be key while having fun.  He feels that for this age group, it is all about developing the kids as hockey players and working on the basic fundamental skills required for this level.      Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Friday, March 10, 2017 (318 views)
Geraldine Heaney played 18 seasons and over 1,000 games with the Toronto Aeros organization, won six Ontario provincial championships and was named Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) most valuable defenseman on three occasions. The Aeros retired her jersey number 91 in 2006. Internationally, Heaney was a member of the Canadian National Team in the first seven Women's World Championships, winning gold each time. She is a two-time Olympian, winning silver at the inaugural tournament in 1998 and gold in 2002. She became the coach of the University of Waterloo Warriors following her retirement as a player.   Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Friday, March 10, 2017 (324 views)
Ryan Miehm is a product of the Guelph Minor Hockey Association, playing Rep hockey up to Junior B. He then played two seasons with the Fergus Devils Jr. C Hockey Club and two seasons with the Jr. C Chippewa Riverhawks of the Ontario Hockey Association.   Ryan has coached at the junior level and officiated 6 seasons as a level 4 Official in GTHL and worked as a Linesman in the OHA.     In the off season, Ryan is the Head Coach for both Field and Box Tyke Lacrosse Rep programs.      Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 (1221 views)
Chris Gratton played Junior B in his hometown of Brantford before being drafted in the first round -#3 overall by the Kingston Frontenacs in the OHL Priority Selection in 1991.  In his rookie season with the Frontenacs, Chris captured the OHL Rookie-of-the-Year honours and was a member of the OHL All-Rookie Team. Chris Gratton was a member of Canada's Gold Medal Team at the 1993 World Junior Championships and was also named to the OHL's Third All-Star Team before going on to play in the NHL. Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Friday, February 10, 2017 (887 views)
Marc West played his junior hockey with the Burlington Cougars and in the OHL in Hamilton and Bellville.  Marc was a 12th round draft pick by Boston Bruins in the 1985 NHL Draft. He played professionally in Italy, Germany, Sweden, the ECHL and AHL from 1989 to 2007. 

Dino Felicetti played his junior hockey for the Burlington Cougars and the OHL Dukes of Hamilton.  He played professional hockey in Europe for HC Milano, ESV Kaufbeuren, Bad Nauheim from 1992 to 2007.  Dino played in the 1998 Olympics and represented Italy in the World Championships six times. Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Monday, February 06, 2017 (768 views)
Adam Syring started his history of coaching Minor Hockey in the City of Hamilton during 2002/2003 season. By 2008, Adam moved up to serve as Head Coach for a Minor Atom AAA team. Since that time Adam has been coaching in the AAA system in Hamilton and this will be his 5th season with the Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs organization.   Adam's philosophy centers on skill development and team commitment. He strives to give his players the opportunity to gain confidence in their abilities to be successful for themselves and the team.      Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Monday, February 06, 2017 (1040 views)
A resident of the Niagara region, Chris McLean’s passion for hockey has evolved from playing to coaching. McLean won a Sutherland Cup with the Thorold Blackhawks before playing four years at Brock University as an Academic All Canadian. He had a try-out with Anaheim’s farm team, Syracuse Crunch before entering into his chosen profession as a high school teacher. McLean has been coaching in the Niagara region for 5 years accumulating an OHF Silver medal, OMHA Gold medal, two OMHA Bronze medals, and an SOSSA Championship. Read More

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Submitted By Dianne Skirving on Monday, February 06, 2017 (851 views)
Kevin Brown had a successful Junior career with the Belleville Bulls and played his remaining eligible Junior career for the powerful Detroit Jr. Red Wings before joining the Los Angeles Kings in 1992.   The Kings sent him to their Minor team, during the NHL strike in 1994. Brown recorded consecutive 50-goal performances and helped the club reach the Memorial Cup finals in 1994 when he led with 40 points in 17 games. In January of 1995, when the lockout was over, Brown was recalled by the Kings where he played 23 games and spent the remainder of the season in LA. Read More
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