Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers David Ryan scored with just under three minutes left in regulation to break a tie and give the Caledon Hawks a win against Ontario Hockey Academy to win the Leo Boivin Showcase championship in Prescott on Sunday night. It was the 44 th edition of the renowned annual midget hockey tournament.
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Get noticed! Midget hockey is the beginning of your future hockey career. Watch the fire of determination in these players and the passion you can clearly notice in a midget hockey game. Skills and talent are matched with play making at the midget ice hockey level, and you never know who may be watching your game. Take advantage of this opportunity to showcase your team in one of our many tournaments, and be ready to compete! The tiering levels available are B, A, and AA.
Leo Boivin Showcase makes road trip
South Grenville major midget B rep coach Dennis Van Luit talks to the team during the second intermission of its game with the St. Lawrence Steel at the Morrisburg Arena on Saturday afternoon. The game was tied heading into the third; the Canton-based Steel scored with left in regulation and held on to edge the Rangers in their final game of the Leo Boivin Showcase. It was the same tradition but a new location for the Leo Boivin Showcase. The 47th edition of the international midget AAA hockey tournament concluded on Sunday evening.
A little bit of freezing rain outside did not dampen the enthusiasm inside the arena in Prescott. Hundreds of hockey fans turned out last Thursday night to watch the Ottawa Senators Alumni take on a team of South Grenville minor hockey coaches in what was dubbed the first annual Sens Alumni Leo Boivin Classic. The game kicked off the 44th annual Leo Boivin Showcase midget hockey tournament, which opened on Friday morning. Spartacat, the Ottawa Senators mascot, also appeared at the exhibition game and entertained youngsters and adults alike. The alumni stuck around after the two-period game to sign autographs.