ALLIANCE Hockey AAA All-Star Weekend Headed to Woodstock, News (Hamilton Huskies)

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ALLIANCE Hockey AAA All-Star Weekend Headed to Woodstock
Submitted By Web Admin on Wednesday, November 28, 2018
ALLIANCE Hockey is pleased to present the 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Pro Hockey Life All-Star Weekend December 1-2, 2018 in Woodstock, ON.  

Hamilton Huskies players competing in the 04 Bantam All Star Game:
Goal - Jacob Koutny, Defence - Rennick Villaflor & Tyson Wassink, Forward - Justin Dezoete, Connor Koropatnicki & Patrick Thomas. 

Competing in the 03 Minor Midget All Star Game:
Defence - Jacob Bramwell.

For game details 



Enjoy the experience and have a great game!

ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Pro Hockey Life All-Star Weekend Headed to Woodstock
Submitted By ALLIANCE Hockey on Monday, November 26, 2018
Stratford, ON -  ALLIANCE Hockey is pleased to present the 2018 ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Pro Hockey Life All-Star Weekend December 1-2, 2018 at Southwood Arena in Woodstock, ON.  The Weekend will feature 3 AAA All-Star games and will showcase some of the top ALLIANCE Hockey talent from the Bantam AAA, Minor Midget AAA and Midget AAA Leagues.

Bantam AAA All-Star Game
Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018
Time: 2:15pm

Minor Midget AAA All-Star Game
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Time: 11:15am


Midget AAA All-Star Game 
Date: Sunday, December 2, 2018
Time: 1:45pm

All games will be played at Southwood Arena - Red Pad, 381 Finkle Street Woodstock, ON.

There are no gate fees associated with this event and we encourage everyone to come out and cheer on the participants! 

2018 ALLIANCE Hockey AAA Pro Hockey Life All-Star Program with Rosters

Understandably, this is an exciting time for those players who have been selected to participate and disappointing for those who were not.  For those who are discouraged, keep in mind that there have been many talented players over the years who were not selected to specific teams, camps, games, etc.  
Look no further than ALLIANCE Hockey Graduates Tanner Pearson (Pittsburgh Penguins) and Ryan Ellis (Nashville Predators) both of whom did not advance from the Under 17 Camp.  Through their disappointment, they persevered, worked hard and were determined to prove that they could compete with the best.  Both players eventually found themselves starring on the Canadian World Junior Team and playing in the NHL.


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