NDHL Playdown Weekend, News (Glancaster Minor Hockey)

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NDHL Playdown Weekend
Submitted By Mario Barricelli on Tuesday, February 4, 2020
The first weekend of February saw our Bomber A representative teams participate in the OMHA Playdown preliminary tournament within their NDHL division.  It’s always an exciting time of year as our teams travel to the host arenas to complete in the weekend Playdown round robin tournaments.

We would like to congratulate all our teams for their effort over the weekend, with a special tip of the cap (or helmet) to our Major Atom and Major Bantam teams who have both qualified for their divisions Championship Series. 

Coach Kevin will lead his Major Atom team into a best of 3 series against West Niagara, while Coach Noel leads his Major Bantam team in a best of 3 series against Welland.

Both series will take place this week, so please keep an eye on the schedule and make an effort to come out and show your Bombers support for them as they continue their quest to wear the Red Cap.

Best of luck teams!



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