February 22, 2017 · 0 Comments
In a journey through freezing temperatures, deepening snow and scaling rock barriers, the Schomberg Atom Red Wings brought home the title of a lifetime recently. ...
Chalk up another series victory for the Juvenile Red Wings. To no surprise, Schomberg is once again in the OMHA semi-final round, the fourth straight year reaching the top four in all of Ontario.
King is one step closer to a jointly-run King Township minor hockey rep program for next season. Executives from both the Schomberg Minor Hockey Association and NobleKing Minor Hockey Association last week approved last a motion to merge the two programs at the representative level, creating one organization for all of King Township.
Things are heating up in NobleKing hockey as the Knights look to capture provincial and municipal crowns at all age levels. Two teams will represent the Knights in the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns, opened on Friday by the Midget A squad.
The NobleKing Knights appeared in three of the four championship games of the organization’s hometown Challenge tournament over the weekend, skating away with the title in the Atom A division.
The Schomberg Juvenile Red Wings weren’t about to let history repeat itself. After a heart-breaking 2-0 loss to the South Bruce Blades in the 2015-16 International Silver Stick finals, the Red Wings captured this year’s incarnation of the continent’s most prestigious minor tournament in Mooretown, Ontario last weekend.
This has been quite a year for Victor Mete. After winning the Memorial Cup with the London Knights, and subsequently being drafted into the NHL by the Montreal Canadiens, the former Country Day Schooler is looking to earn a spot on the coveted Canada under-20 roster for the upcoming IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.
A key component of last season’s Junior A Aurora Tigers squad has been projected by the NHL as one of the first 30 picks in the 2017 entry draft.