The North Bay Trappers major midget AAA team went undefeated in the Ottawa Senators showcase tournament this past weekend with a near perfect record of Justin Dauphinais scored both goals for the Trappers in the tournament victory. Guy Blanchard, the Trappers head coach, says the team got better as the tournament moved along.
The ORHC is constantly striving to be a best in class hockey club and have gone to great lengths to continuously expand and develop its programs. As the largest Minor Hockey Club in North America, we recognise that the goal of our organization is not to put players in the NHL but rather to ensure a meaningful and enjoyable experience for every player who is enrolled in our programming. The central focus of the ORHC is for players to enjoy the game of hockey while developing a fundamental skills base in order to achieve their highest levels possible.
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Five local hockey players are now en route with their team to participate in the prestigious Ontario Hockey League OHL Cup which will be held in Toronto from March 17 to Story continues below. This has been an exhilarating year for the players and the coaching team, made up of head coach Brent Carty and assistants David Gallasso, Bill Jakson and Darren Forbes.
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Cristea was assigned the interference penalty in the altercation. The hard fought contest was more entertaining and much closer than the score would indicate with the Kings only padding their lead over the Raiders in the dying minutes of the third period to the delight of the pro-hometown crowd. Pembroke drew first blood with only a minute thirty-six to go in the first period when Jake Coleman capitalized on a puck that took an unexpected bounce off the end boards behind Nepean goalie William Nguyen and floated back into the slot instead of following the natural path around the boards.
Many players have put in time during the off-season to continue developing their skills and it all leads up to this critical season. This year of hockey is the stepping stone to the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection Draft, where players will look to hit the ice at the next stage. Outlook: The Raiders near even goal differential meant that they hung in every game they played.