2019 ALLIANCE Playdown FINALS, News (Waterloo Minor Hockey)

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2019 ALLIANCE Playdown FINALS
Submitted By WMHA on Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Congratulations to our twelve (12) Wolves teams that have battled their way to the 2019 ALLIANCE Playdown Finals!

Keep up to date on all the action & results here!

AAA TEAMS

Major Midget AAA vs Elgin Middlesex Chiefs (Chiefs Win Series 4-0-1)
CHAMPIONS: Elgin Middlesex Chiefs    FINALISTS:  Waterloo Wolves

AA TEAMS

Major Midget AA vs London Jr Knights (Wolves Win Series 4-1)
CHAMPIONS: Waterloo Wolves    FINALISTS:  London Jr. Knights

A TEAMS

Major Atom A vs Kitchener Jr Rangers (Wolves Win Series 4-0)
CHAMPIONS: Waterloo Wolves    FINALISTS:  Kitchener Jr. Rangers

Major PeeWee A vs Sarnia Sting (Wolves Win Series 4-1)
CHAMPIONS: Waterloo Wolves    FINALISTS:  Sarnia Jr. Sting

Minor Midget A vs Sarnia Sting (Sarnia Leads Series 1-0-1)
Next Home Game:   Game 3 - Friday, March 29th 7:30pm Waterloo Rec Complex

MD TEAMS

Novice Black Tier 3 vs Burlington Bulldogs (Wolves Lead Series 1-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 2 - Saturday, March 30th 3:15pm Albert McCormick (West)

Minor Atom Tier 1 vs Kitchener Jr Rangers Red (Series Tied 0-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 1 - Friday, March 29th 7:30pm Albert McCormick (West)

Major Atom Tier 1 vs Kitchener Jr Rangers Blue (Series Tied 0-0-1)
Next Home Game:  Game 2 - Saturday, March 30th 4:30pm Albert McCormick (West)

Major PeeWee Black Tier 2 vs Hamilton Huskies White (Series Tied 0-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 2 - Friday, March 29th 6:30pm RIM Park (Pillers)

Minor Bantam White Tier 1 vs Kitchener Jr Rangers Red (Series Tied 0-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 2 - Thursday, March 28th 7:30pm RIM Park (Optimists)

Major Bantam White Tier 1 vs Burlington Bulldogs Red (Series Tied 0-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 1 - Wednesday, March 27th 7:30pm Waterloo Rec Complex

Minor Midget MD vs Kitchener Jr Rangers Red (Series Tied 0-0)
Next Home Game:  Game 2 - Saturday, March 30th 2:00pm RIM Park (Pillers)








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