11 AAA Minor PeeWee:
Submitted By 11 AAA Minor Peewee on Monday, January 09, 2017 (300 views)
Congratulations to the Hamilton Huskies Minor Peewee AAA on their success this weekend at the Festival of Lights Hockey Tournament. The weekend was full of special moments, monumental battles, smiles & Fun! Going 4-1, scoring 24 goals for & allowing only 7 against through the Semi-Finals earned the Huskies a birth in the Championship against Chatham-Kent. 35 Minutes of Regulation settled nothing, followed by 5 minutes sudden death O.T. Unfortunately, in a 5 player shootout we came up short and lost 2-1. These players have adopted a new culture & environment of Accountability that makes everyone proud and fosters development. Great weekend Boys!!!
12 AAA Major PeeWee:
Submitted By 12 AAA Major Peewee on Sunday, January 08, 2017 (263 views)
The 2004 AAA Hamilton Huskies have won their second tournament championship this season by going 6-0 in The Cogeco Golden Horseshoe Hockey Tournament. Read More
Submitted By Web Admin on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 (3824 views)
The Hamilton Huskies congratulate our 2004 Major Peewee AAA
team on being accepted to compete in the prestigious Quebec International Peewee Hockey Tournament. Hamilton has had a number of teams participate over the years and this tournament will undoubtedly be a great experience for our guys and create many lifelong memories. This is one of the biggest tournaments in the world and last years attendance throughout the event totalled 236,279 fans.
runs February 8th to 19th, 2017
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Submitted By Web Admin on Tuesday, December 09, 2014 (3171 views)
Congratulations to the Hamilton Huskies players who participated in the ALLIANCE Major Bantam AAA All Star Game and the Minor Midget AAA All Star Weekend December 6-7, 2014 in Waterloo. Job well done by all.
For more information and ALLIANCE Links......
Submitted By Web Admin on Friday, August 15, 2014 (3885 views)
The Hamilton Huskies in conjunction with Jeff Toole, Head Coach Hamilton Huskies Minor Midget AAA, are pleased to host a High Performance Information Seminar for the Minor Bantam, Major Bantam and Minor Midget AAA & AA Teams. All players are expected to attend and parents are welcome and encouraged to accompany the players.
Presentations will be made by:
Dr. Paul Dennis PHD., Sports Psychologist - York University
Rob Kitamura - Ontario Amateur Scout Tampa Bay Lightning
Carolyn Spadoni - Guidance Head St. Thomas More Catholic Secondary School.