Tim Hortons Christmas Tournament Results, News (Sarnia Hockey)

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Tim Hortons Christmas Tournament Results
Submitted By Caroline Vallee on Tuesday, December 29, 2015
The 15th Annual Tim Hortons Christmas Break House League tournament wound up with some exciting finishes!

In Tyke division play, West London downed Mooretown 7-5 to take home the championship.

The SHA Atom Division finalists were Black and Blue all over.....

The atoMc Blue team, squeaked by the atoMc Black team, with a goal in the last few seconds of play to win the Atom Division of Sarnia Hockey Association's Tim Hortons Christmas Tournament Championship 6-5! Nice work Black & Blue! All teams in the Atom division are sponsored by McDonalds.


In Sarnia Sabers Bantam division finals, the last place in regular season team, All Seasons Trophies Maroon, faced off against 1st place Sev-Con Paving Red and kept it close starting the 3rd period with 4-3. Went on to suffer a 6-3 loss. Definitely deserving of an honourable mention! Go Maroon!

Congratulations also to Gavin Lauzon, Player of the Game for Maroon!


The Bantam division Sev-Con Paving Red Team are the champions of the SHA Tim Hortons House League Christmas Tournament. Team Red went undefeated in the tournament which concluded with an exciting 6-3 victory over the Maroon All Season Trophy Team.

Congratulations to Adam Riggi, Red Player of the Game!



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