The Main Event: Come One, Come All!, News (Chedoke Minor Hockey)


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Mar 21, 2017 | admin | 4954 views
The Main Event: Come One, Come All!
Our 2016/17 Season comes to an exciting conclusion on Saturday with Championship games in all divisions.


Time Rink Division  Teams
8:30 AM Red Midget  Senators v Flyers
9:30 AM Green Atom  White v Red
10:00 AM Red Bantam  Bruins v Canadiens
11:00 AM Green Novice  Red v Blue
11:30 AM Red Peewee  Stars v Bruins

Don't miss the action!

Award presentations will follow each game as well as the following annual awards.
Art Davidson Award for Sportsmanship Midget final
Ken McGinley Award for Team Sportsmanship Peewee final
CMHL Volunteer of the Year Award Midget final
Paul Hickey Award for Outstanding Goaltending After each final

All players and volunteers are invited to enjoy a complimentary lunch in the Chedoke Community Room to celebrate the end of a great season!

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