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Minor Midget AA - Tri-County Champs!

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Submitted By TSykes on Monday, March 19, 2018 (326 views)
The Trends/Alltro Minor Midget Thunder completed their sweep of Oakville last night 5-2 at Joshua Creek to claim the Tri-County Championship in three games.
It was Halton Hills eighth win in a row and 41st win of the season, in front of large crowd of enthusiastic Thunder supporters!!
Just as in previous games Oakville struck first scoring on a 2 on 1 less than two minutes into the game. The Ranger lead didn't last long as Halton Hills captain Stu McDonald, who was determined to win, tied the game a minute later with a quick shot blocker side on a surprized Ranger goaltender, from Jack Reid and Silvio Tedesco. Read More

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Submitted By TSykes on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 (156 views)
Thunder sniper Bryce Hillock scored with 9 second to play in regulation and scored again with 1 minute left in OT, to give Halton Hills a 5-4 OT win and a 2 games to 0 lead over Oakville in the Tri County Final. The line of Ben Mondou, Ethan Valade and Hillock was dominant combining for 4 goals and 9 points. Valade scored the first two Thunder goals and added an apple on Stu McDonalds goal that tied the game 3-3 midway through the third. Mondou had 4 helpers and was impressive in the faceoff circle going 12/2, but Hillock gets the honor of "filling the Botz" for his 2 clutch goals in the dying moments.
The two teams have six days off for March break before game three in Oakville on Sunday night.  Read More

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Submitted By TSykes on Saturday, March 10, 2018 (204 views)
The Halton Hills MMAA Thunder fell behind 2-0 four minutes into last nights Tri-County Final opener in Oakville. From that point on goaltender Josh Emmerson shut the door and Halton Hills chipped away, scoring 5 unanswered goals to take game 1, 5-2. Leading the way offensively with 2 goals was Thunder foreward Spencer Booth.
After Booth opened the scoring at the midway point of the first from Silvio Tedesco and Danny Cannon, Stu McDonald sniped his team leading 8th playoff goal from Cannon and Zach Booth to tie the score 2-2. Not long after Ben Mondou bagged what ended up being the "Gatorade goal" from Bryce Hillock and Tedesco. That made the score 3-2 Halton Hills at the intrermission.
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Submitted By TSykes on Sunday, March 4, 2018 (163 views)
AllTro Thunder sniper Bryce Hillock scored a natural hattrick to help eliminate rival Brampton, and advance Halton Hills to the TriCounty Championship.
After great goaltending on both sides kept the game scoreless in the first The 45's broke the deadlock with six minutes to play in the second just after a powerplay ended on a cross ice one timer that goalie Cody Hunter had no chance on.
With less than a minute to play in the second it was Hillocks line, with Ben Mondou and Ethan Valade controlled the puck down low before finding Bryce open in the slot, and he made no mistake, tying the game 1-1 heading to the third. Shots on goal after 2 periods were 18\17 Halton Hills, as the two teams prepared for the final frame. Read More

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Submitted By TSykes on Thursday, March 1, 2018 (193 views)
The MMAA Thunder hosted Brampton in game one of the Tri-County semi final last night in front of a big enthusiastic crowd at MoldMasters. Notorious for their slow start, The Thunder switched things up and grabbed a 2-0 first period lead on two high glove shots from Nolan Cree and Bryce Hillock. Cree scored "top cheese" after taking a breakaway feed from Dylan Verboon and Silvio Tedesco, while Hillock did the same after he took a pass in the slot from Ben Mondou and Ethan Valade. 
The second period started with Halton Hills keeping up the pace and scoring two more times First Jack Reid from Stu McDonald and Justin Leblanc. Then Reid set up Nick Theim with a nice pass on a 2on1 to give The Thunder a commanding 4-0 lead. Read More

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Submitted By TSykes on Friday, February 23, 2018 (154 views)
The Trends/Alltro Minor Midget AA Thunder beat Niagara 5-2 last night to win the series 3 games to 1 and advance to the Tri County semi finals. Halton Hills awaits the winner of Guelph/Brampton whose series wraps up this weekend.
Leading the way last night was Captain Stu McDonald who played through an upper body injury and scored two third period  goals, including the game winner with 9 minutes remaining in the third. Brady Worthman had 1g,1a, Nick Theim, Justin Leblanc, and Jack Reid all with 2a, Bryce Hillock and Dylan Verboon scoring the other two Thunder goals. Ethan Valade had an assist and sacrificed his body with a huge blocked shot late in the third with the Niagara goalie on the bench.
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Submitted By TSykes on Thursday, February 22, 2018 (147 views)
Halton Hills netminder Josh Emmerson was dialed in last night in Acton earning his second playoff shutout of the season, as The Thunder skated to a 4-0 win, and took a 2-1 lead in their series  with Niagara. 
Scoring for Halton Hills were Dylan Verboon, Jack Reid, Nick Theim and Spencer Booth.
Game 4 is tomorrow night in Niagara Falls. Read More
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