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COW Bantam Team Leaves a Lasting Impression at Show Case Tournament
Submitted By Jay Allen on Tuesday, November 21, 2017
The Bantam Team turned heads this past weekend after an impressive showing at the AAA Super Series Showcase hosted by the Mississauga Rebels.

The first match-up of the weekend the Boys faced-off against the Buffalo Regals; having played them last year at the OMHA Championship weekend the Boys came out on top once again with a 3-2 win.
Next up was a hard-hitting team from New Jersey. There was no backing down and the team held tight to a 2-1 victory and their second "W" of the day.

 

Alaska was no match on Saturday; the Alaskan goal tenders saw a lot of tape to twine and went down 5-0.
Saturday night’s face-off against Team Illinois was a Barn Burner. After 2 periods of play COW was down 2-0. The boys dug deep despite seeing a lot of time in the Sin Bin, rallied back and posted another one in the win column (3-2).

 

The final game of the tournament the boys played against an Elite team from Long Island. Falling short 3-2 they faced their first and only loss of the tournament.

 

Because of excellent fore checking, strong defensive play and solid net minding between the pipes, the Bantam team finished in a four-way tie for first. Goal differential broke the tie and COW finished 3rd respectfully and posted an impressive 16 goals for and 8 against in 5 games.

 

Well done Boys!

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