Submitted By PMHC on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 (248 views)
First Prize - $5,000.00 is Christine Baily
Second Prize - $3,000.00 is Mason Young
Third Prize - $1,000.00 is Beverly Simpson
Congratulations and thanks to all participants for your support of the Peterborough Minor Petes!
Submitted By PMHC on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 (865 views)
The Peterborough Minor
Hockey Council is pleased to announce the 11th Annual Midget
Tournament of Champions, to be held in Peterborough January 20, 21 and 22,
host some of the top Minor Midget and Major Midget teams this weekend”, said
Walter DiClemente, President of the PMHC.
“Over the past 5 years
alone, more than 200 players that have participated in this tournament were
drafted to the OHL. Many others have
accepted scholarships to NCAA schools.
Submitted By PMHC on Wednesday, December 28, 2016 (238 views)
Each Christmas, Top Performance Training owner Mike (Spike) McCormick presents a pair of skates to a local Minor "AAA" Petes player who demonstrates hard work, dedication and leadership qualities. Spike asked the coaches from the minor atom, atom, minor peewee and peewee teams to identify a player who fits this criteria. As a result of the submissions, Spike couldn't have picked a better recipient for this year's TPT Skate Giveaway. Bobby Crowe from the minor peewee Petes received the award for constantly showing hard work and dedication. Congrats Bobby!
BillySmithSells.ca Peewee AAA Petes:
Submitted By Nancy Sharpe on Monday, December 19, 2016 (510 views)
The billysmithsells Major Peewee AAA Petes played
two games in ETA action this past weekend.
On Saturday, December
17, 2016, the billysmithsells
Major Peewee AAA Petes lost
to the Oshawa Generals 3-1 in a home game at the Evinrude Centre. Cole Pottle scored the lone goal for the Petes unassisted. Nathan Cannons
played well in net. Read More
Canadian Hockey Enterprises & Russelle Chiropractic Minor Peewee AAA Petes:
Submitted By PMHC on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 (527 views)
The Canadian Hockey Enterprises & Russelle Chiropractic Petes were finalists in the Wally Beavis Memorial Tournament on Sunday afternoon at the Evinrude. The Petes were undefeated in the tournament, but lost 4-2 to the Burlington Eagles in the championship game. Special thanks to the Beavis Family and the PHA for sponsoring and hosting this great tournament over the years.
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