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Welcome to the All Ontario Peewee Championships 2014

Day 3 now complete!

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Hope everyone is enjoying the quality of the games, your accommodations, and stay in our lovely city of Ottawa.  Best of luck to all the teams and thank you for your continued support.

Bruce Fanjoy 
Host Committee Chairperson
2014 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championship  April 7-11th, 2014

Information on the All Ontario AAA Peewee Championships 2014


April 7-11th, 2014
Ottawa, Ontario

Hosted by:
Ottawa Jr. 67’s AAA Hockey Club

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All Ontario AAA Peewee Championships 2014

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Day 3 Game Summary (Wednesday April 9)

Day 3 Game Summary (Wednesday April 9)

April 9th, 2014 -In the All Ontario Peewee Championships all teams get 6 games with their teams playing against 6 other great teams.   But only 4 move on to the elimination round.  Day 3 here at this Championship was like Day 3 of a golf championship tournament – it was ‘Moving Day’!

At the top of our rankings at end of day 2 we had the Toronto Marlboros and the London Jr Knights.  On ‘Moving Day’ they did what they needed to do to clinch playoff spots on Friday…they won again… the Marlboros knocking off Thunder Bay Kings 4-0 and the Jr Knights routing the Ottawa Senators 8-1.  Congratulations to both teams as our first two to qualify for the elimination round on Friday.

Todays biggest movers though were the North Bay Trappers and the Markham Waxers. The Trappers picked up 3 of 4 points Wednesday (5-1 vs Thunder Bay and a 2-2 tie vs the Ottawa Jr 67’s) to vault into 3rd place.  The Waxers ‘moved’ even further faster Wednesday rebounding from 3 straight losses over the first two days to picking up 4 points with wins Wednesday over the Ottawa Jr 67’s (3-1) and the Ottawa Senators (5-1).  The Trappers and the Waxers now control their own destiny, each needing only a point on Thursday to clinch a top-4 spot and a visit to the elimination round.  The Trappers have 2 games Thursday to do this, the Waxers one.

‘Moving Day’ didn’t happened for the Ottawa Jr 67’s or the Ottawa Senators with the Jr67’s picking up only a point in 2 games Wednesday and the Senators dropping both their games Wednesday.   But there is still hope for one of these two teams to advance to the top-4 Friday.   The teams have just one game Thursday and it’s against each other. A tie eliminates both, but a win for either, plus some help from results in games involving Markham and North Bay, and either team could yet be playing on Friday! 

Thunder Bay Kings will look to a win over the Markham Waxers Friday to pull even in the standings with the Jr67’s or Senators by end of the round robin portion of the Championship Tournament.  They’ve kept all games fairly close but Wednesday was more of the same with an offense struggling to find the back of the net.  The Kings dropped a 4-0 match Wednesday against the Marlboros.

On behalf of all the folks in the stands and watching from afar live on the internet through the services of FastHockey.Com we say to all 7 teams, “Thanks for providing us with some terrific and high-skilled hockey”. 


Day 2 Game Summary (Tuesday April 8): 6 Games, 5 wins/ 5 loses & a tie

Day 1 Game Summary (Monday April 7): 5 Games, 5 wins, 5 loses

April 8th, 2014 -Tournament games continue to be close and fast paced.  After 2 days and 11 games only one team, the Toronto Marlboros, remains undefeated and only 1 team/goalie has managed to hold an opponent goal-less (Marlboros goalie Christian Sbaraglia with a 5-0 shutout).  On the scoring end, Ryan Mills of the North Bay Trappers leads the points-per-game category with 6pts in just 2 games (1G, 5A)  followed by 5 players, including fellow Trapper defenseman Payton Vescio, putting up points at a 2 points-per-game rate.  The others are Hunter Foreshew, also of the Trappers, Aidan Prueter and Liam Van Loon of the Jr Knights and Kyle Harris of the Toronto Marlboros.

Day 2, Game 1: Aidan Prueter potted all 4 goals for the London Jr Knights (with William Ryan picking up assists on 3 of them) as London started the day by knocking off Markham Waxers 4-2.

Day 2, Game 2: The Ottawa Senators held the tournament leading Toronto Marlboros scoreless after 1 period and were only down by one after 2 periods but the Marlboros scored 4 in the 3rd for a 5-0 win. Nicolas Zabaneh was the first Marlboro player to score multiple goals in a game in the tournament with 2. Christian Sbaraglia earned the shutout in nets.

Day 2, Game 3:   The Ottawa Jr 67’s had a third period scare but managed to avoid the same fate of yesterday’s last minute losses by firing a third period insurance marker and hanging on for a 3-1 win over the Thunder Bay Kings.  Specialty teams were the heroes this game as the two teams produced all their goals this way, either on the powerplay (3) or shorthanded (1).

Day 2, Game 4:  The Markham Waxers gave up an early lead to North Bay, then twice pulled within one of the Trappers.  But with 35 seconds left in the game the Trappers scored an empty-netter and the Waxers went down to their second 4-2 defeat of the day.  Markham’s Cole Spencer scored one goal to keep his team-leading 3 game scoring streak alive. 

Day 2, Game 5: The battle of the undefeated was won by the Toronto Marlboros over the London Jr Knights. After a first period 1-1 draw the Marlboros pulled ahead outscoring LJK 3-1 in the second, then added another in the third for a 5-2 final victory.  Both teams looked worthy of their 1,2 rankings in the current standings.

Day 2, Game 6:  The last game of the day, and the 11th of the tournament, produced our first tie, a 2-2 affair between the Thunder Bay Kings and the Ottawa Senators.  Owen Belisle of the Thunder Bay Kings made that happen with his goal with just 12 seconds left in the game. Graham Clarke had earlier put the Sens in the lead just 75 seconds before that!  An exciting end to the tournament day.

Good luck to all tomorrow.  Day 3 will be moving day as all teams will be looking  to put themselves closer to locking up a top 4 position. 

Summary of Games - Day 1, Monday, April 7

Day 1 Game Summary (Monday April 7): 5 Games, 5 wins, 5 loses

April 7th, 2014 - First game up had your host Ottawa Jr 67’s playing the Alliance Champion London Jr Knights and this one seemed to set the tone for the day.  Liam Van Loon opened the game and tournament potting a power play goal at 6:16 of the first period.  The teams went on to trade the lead 4 times throughout the game with London’s Luke Drewitt putting away the winner with 27 seconds remaining in the third for his team’s 5-4 win.  A tip of the hat to Anthony Frangione of the Jr67’s who notched the only hat trick of the day.

Next up was the GTHL Champion Toronto Marlboros vs the OMHA Champion Markham Waxers.  Getting goals from 6 different players, the Marlboros buried 3 in the first and another 3 the rest of the way to post a 6-1 victory over the Waxers. Markham’s Cole Spencer scored on a penalty shot early in the third but the Marlboros scored 2 more within the next 3 minutes to snuff any potential late Waxer rally.  

Game 3 had the NOHA Champion North Bay Trappers and the ODMHA  Champion Ottawa Senators putting on the highest goal scoring show of the day. The Trappers jumped out to the lead on 3 occasions only to find the Sens battling back each time to equalize the match.  The Sens Reid Russett found the net for the final and winning goal at 11:07 of the third as the Sens rallied for a 6-5 win. Russett’s 3 point game (1G, 2A) was matched by two North Bay’s players, Hunter Foreshew (2G, 1A) and Ryan Mills (0G, 3A).

The Day’s 4th game had the London Jr Knights back on the ice, this time against the HNO Champion Thunder Bay KingsLiam Van Loon of the Jr Knights opened and closed this game’s scoring, leading the team to a 4-1 win over the Kings. After training 2-0 at the end of the first period, the Kings bounced back with the only goal of the 2nd period by Jonathan Kilby. But the Jr Knights scored again just 47 seconds into the third and Thunder Bay just couldn’t finish the comeback.

The final game of the day was another heartbreaker for the Ottawa Jr 67s.   Both the J67’s and Toronto Marlboros were playing their second games of the day but you wouldn’t have known that by watching this game.  Fast paced and back-and-forth!  The teams traded a goal each in the first and played the 2nd period to a scoreless draw. Then at 7:51 of the third the Jr67’s pulled ahead on a goal by Ryan Carroll, his 2nd of the game.  That set the stage for a wild ending. At 10:21 the Marlboros tied it on a goal by Brendan Sellen. 40 seconds later Cameron Last had the Jr67’s out in front again. But the Marlboros put the game away with goals just 90 seconds remaining in the game followed by another, a buzzer beater, with just 1 second left on the clock.  The final: Toronto Marlboros 4, Ottawa Jr 67’s 3. Once again the Marlboros got goals from 4 different players this game led by Nicolas Zabaneh’s 3 points (1G, 2A).

What an exciting day.  And likely more of the same tomorrow.

Good luck to all!

Rock 'n Roll for Opening Ceremonies

A little rock ‘n roll for the Opening Ceremonies!


April 14th, 2014 - Your All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championship hosts, the Ottawa Jr 67’s Hockey Club, are pleased to announce that The Brothers Dube will be performing at our Tournament Opening Ceremonies.

Check out this video of the Brothers Dube on YouTube

A local group from Orleans, they are one of the best young bands in Canada. There’s much more to their story. For starters take at look at this.

Join us and The Brothers Dube Monday April 7 at 6pm at the Carleton University Ice House for the opening ceremonies of the 2014 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championship.

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2014 All-Ontario Peewee AAA Championship  April 7-11th, 2014

Peewee Games to be broadcast live

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April 1,  2014.  Can't make it to Ottawa?   No problem. will be broadcasting all 25 games of the 2014 All-Ontario PeeWee AAA Championship live on the Internet.  Now your friends from school, the hockey community back home, and relatives across Canada and around the world can watch as you compete for an All-Ontario Championship.

Let your team know you are cheering every moment.  Head to and watch your favorite PeeWee teams and players.

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Tournament Admission Tickets - Advance Sale

 Advance Tournament Admission Passes Now Available

April 1,  2014 - Tournament admission passes can be purchased in advance from March 31st to April 4th by calling the Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) office during regular business hours.

Advance tournament admission passes cost $35 each.  After April 4th, passes will be available during the Championship only at the Carleton Ice House for $40.   Act early to take advantage of the savings. Call Vanessa at the HEO office (613) 224-7686.

(Note: There are also daily game passes available.  Children 12 and under are free, Seniors (55+) are $5.00 and Adults $10.00)  

A week-long Tournament parking pass can also be purchased in advance by calling Vanessa at the HEO office (613) 224-7686 up to and including April 4.  The cost is $20/week.  Parking passes can also be purchased at the Carleton Ice House for $20/week or $7/day.

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