The Midget Jr. Terriers took on some local competition at the Mississauga Blackhawks tournament at Iceland. The Terriers advanced to the semi finals as the 2nd seed. Matched up against a fast skating York Mills team, the Terriers advanced to the final with an exciting 4-3 win in OT. The final matched the Terriers against the 1st seed and league champs Mississauga North Stars. A hard fought rival battle was decided in OT with a Terriers 2-1 victory. Way to go Terriers!!
Our Minor Midget team had a great time at the London Triple 20 Shootout tournament in October. After a clean sweep in the round robin, they posted convincing wins in the quarter and semi-finals to advance to the finals. Facing the London Jr. Knights White team, they had another excellent game, winning 4-1. An outstanding performance for the whole weekend! Congratulations to the players and staff.
This past weekend our Minor Peewee Terriers took to the ice in the Can/Am
Challenge Cup Tournament in Lake Placid, New York. The tournament took place
in the historic Lake Placid Olympic village that hosted the 1932 and 1980 winter
Olympic games. In an unprecedented show of Canadian hockey skill and spirit, the
team finished a perfect 4 and 0 in round robin play and advanced to the finals in
first place overall. In the final game, which was played on the Olympic Rink where
the famous “Miracle on Ice” took place, the team finished with a spectacular
performance, beating the Scarborough Ice Raiders 5-0 to take the gold medal. Over
the 4 day tournament our Terriers outscored opponents by an impressive margin of
28 to 2. Congratulations to the coaching staff and of course all the players who
proudly represented the Terrier Blue and White.
Welcome to the Mississauga Terriers 2018 Tryouts.
Please click here to view the full schedule including coach information.
Please note tryouts start on Monday April 23rd at Iceland.
Good luck to everyone!
Our Atom team apparently didn’t like the line changes and the match ups that coach James DeSanto was calling, so in true Terrier fashion they decided to duct tape him to a pole until he agreed to listen to their counter strategies… It worked but only after 24 hours of being stuck to a pole!
But seriously… Coach James gave the guys a team challenge and if they accomplished it, he would let them tape him to a pole. Well, I don’t know about you, but it looks like they rose to the challenge. Perhaps in the future, coach James will set a tougher team challenge. Either that or allow a few more dollars in the team budget for additional duct tape!
Way to go guys …. and James!