6 Hurricanes Teams Advance to Alliance East/Central Semi Final Series, News (St. Catharines CYO Hurricanes)

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6 Hurricanes Teams Advance to Alliance East/Central Semi Final Series
Submitted By Hurri-Cane on Monday, March 11, 2013
Six Hurricanes teams have advanced to the East/Central  Semi Final Series.

The Novice Canes will take on the Waterloo Wild Wolves.

The Minor Atom Canes will host the Burlington Bulldogs.

The Atom Hurricanes will host the Burlington Bulldogs.

The Minor Bantam Canes will take on the Burlington Bulldogs.

The Bantam Canes will take on the Hamilton Spitfires.

The Midget Canes will take on the Kitchener Rangers.

Each Series is a 4 point series with 2 points awarded for a win and 1 point for a tie.  If both teams are tied after regulation they will play a 5 minute sudden death overtime. If after 5 minutes the game is still tied it will go into the record books as tie with each team earning 1 point.  If both teams can win the series and the game is tied after regulation time then we will play up to (3) ten minute sudden death overtime periods.  If the game is still tied then another game will be played.


The winners of their perspective series earn a spot at 2012/2013 Alliance Provincial MD Championships in Stratford, April 12th to 14th.

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