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Time has come to put aside the Team Canada achievements the Socchi Olympics and pay attention to some exciting hockey currently taking place in the Ottawa Valley. In the quarterfinals the Aces encountered heavy resistance with remarkable goaltending by the Rideau St Laurent Kings who literally stood on his head. No doubt the Kings net minder was relishing in the Aces frustration in finding the back of the net.
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African News. Match Centre. Apr 4, - pm By KickOff. The offence resulted in a red card in an evenly contested match which Aces eventually lost.
During that time, he also gained valuable Jr. This came after a very successful four-year run as the Head Coach of the Toronto Marlboros. Concurrently, he served as the Assistant Coach of the born Marlboros.
Eight were taken in the Phase 1 Draft consisting of just 02 players, and Five more taken in the Phase 2 Draft consisting of all other players eligible for junior hockey. The number of players drafted this year is a testament to our coaching staffs and most importantly the hard work of these young men. We are so proud of each and every one of them and look forward to what they accomplish in the future," Director of Hockey Dwayne Norris said.
For some, the season was coming to an end. For a few others, the offseason would have to wait. The term "Black Aces", originally coined in by legendary Bruins defenseman Eddie Shore, describes the extra skaters waiting in the wings to be called into action in case of injuries.
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The ORHC is constantly striving to be a best in class hockey club and have gone to great lengths to continuously expand and develop its programs. As the largest Minor Hockey Club in North America, we recognise that the goal of our organization is not to put players in the NHL but rather to ensure a meaningful and enjoyable experience for every player who is enrolled in our programming. The central focus of the ORHC is for players to enjoy the game of hockey while developing a fundamental skills base in order to achieve their highest levels possible.