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Apr 10, 2012 | lsmith | 13401 views
Bantam Jr Stars Off to OHF's
The Impressions Printing Bantam A Jr Stars will travel to Hearst this weekend for the Ontario Hockey Federation Championships.

The OHF Branch Championship is a coveted year end event that crowns ten (10) Branch Champions at the following age divisions: Atom A, AA, AAA, PeeWee A, A, Bantam A, AA, Midget A, AA and Juvenile.  The OHF Championships showcases high caliber players, well developed skills and a first-class event. This tournament will feature the winner from each of the OHF Member Partners - Alliance, Greater Toronto Hockey League, Northern Ontario Hockey Association, Ontario Minor Hockey Association and the Host.

You can follow the Jr Stars progress through our STMHA web site or through the tournament web site:

Good Luck to the Jr Stars.

OHF Schedule:

Round Robin:
Friday April 13 - 11:45 am vs Hearst (Host)
Friday April 13 - 4:30 pm vs North York (GTHL)
Saturday April 14 - 9:30 am vs Stratford (Alliance)
Saturday April 14 - vs Tamiskaming (NOHA)

Semi's & Finals - Sunday April 15
Semi's - 8:00 am & 10:00 am
Finals - 3:00 pm

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