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History Making Week for the Wolves!
Submitted By Jay Allen on Monday, February 27, 2017

It was a week to remember for the Central Ontario Wolves AAA Hockey Program as all four of their Teams that advanced to the OHMA Playdowns won their respective series and are entering Round 2.

NOVICE:
Your Novice's closed out their southern arch rival, the Whitby Wildcats in decisive fashion with a 3-0 series win. The Novice’s are now one game up on the Barrie Junior Colts and on the road to the OMHA Finals. Things are looking very good for this young group and as a result so is the Wolves program. Good Luck and please come cheer them on this Saturday March 4th in Fenelon Falls at 2:00PM or make the drive to Barrie on Sunday March 5th for 4:00PM at the Holy Rec. Center.

 



MINOR BANTAM: What a difference a year makes! With just a handful of wins in 2015/16 the ’03 age group has made a huge leap. Their series with the Quite Red Devils was a true battle of will. Both teams had scored six goals going into game five which was held on Sunday. With the series tied 2-2 this very important game ended 0-0 and needed OT to be completed. On the Power Play the Minor Bantam’s scored to clinch the series and move on! The Minor Bantam’s will face either Barrie or NCP in Round 2. Stay tuned for Dates and Times.

BANTAM: In a word . . . REDEMPTION!. After losing to the Quinte Red Devils’ in a 6 game grind in last year’s round one, the Bantam’s whole mantra for this season has been “Unfinished Business”. With that said the Bantam’s began their round one against the Quinte Red Devil’s with a very strong win. Game 2 was a game that simply got away and with the series tied one a side the Bantam’s made their mark with a 8-1 game three win. With the opportunity to clinch on Saturday in Quinte the Wolves had an early 3-0 lead but it would slowly erode with 6 penalties in the third and at 4-4 they entered OT. A quick goal by Quinte meant Redemption would have to wait. Coming home and out playing the Devil’s all series, this Wolves team again sent a message with a 4-0 clinching win this past Sunday. The Bantam’s will face YSE in round two. Stay tuned for Dates and Times.

MIDGET: It must be quiet in Quinte this morning as the Midget’s were the third Wolves team to end a Quinte Red Devil’s run to the OMHA Finals. With a Game 1 loss at home the Midget Wolves re-grouped and took it to Quinte three straight. Twice in the notorious Deseronto Arena and once at home. The Midget continue their very important year against the Markham Waxers. Stay tuned for Dates and Times.

Go.Wolves.Go

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