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Preston Tournament Results
Submitted By Steve McGeown on Thursday, January 31, 2013
The Waterloo Wolves Minor Atom AAA team participated in the Preston International Hockey Tournament over the weekend and put forth a solid team effort.   Unfortunately the 1-0 loss against the eventual tournament winners, the Halton Hurricanes was enough to come up short in such a short 3 game tournament format.  


Game 1 vs the Halton Hurricanes was a back and forth affair and in the end an unfortunate bounce saw the Hurricanes defeat the Wolves by a score of 1-0. 

In game 2 Waterloo played against an aggressive Toronto Red Wings team.  The boys dominated from puck drop and were able to create many scoring opportunities in a 4-1 win.  Goal scorers were Cooper Way, Kyle Maloney, Jaxson Murray and Spencer Young with assists going to Jacob Thompson, Jake Anderson, Preston Young, Austin Stemmler, Brayden Hislop, Ryan McGeown, Jake MacDonald and Cooper Way. 

Game 3 vs the Markham Waxers was a must win game for the Wolves to have any chance of moving on.  The boys had a fantastic start and had the Waxers on their heels for the majority of the first period.  Unfortunately after a great start the boys were only able to hold on for a 4-4 tie.  Turns out the win would not have advanced us anyways.  Goal scorers were Jaxson Murray, Preston Young, Kyle Maloney, and Jake MacDonald.  Assists went to Jacob Thompson (x2), Owen Parsons, Brayden Hislop,  Spencer Young and Cooper Way.

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