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St. Catharines Welcomes The Province This Weekend
Submitted By Hurricanes Admin on Wednesday, April 8, 2015
With just a couple days to go to the opening of the 2015 Alliance IBAO MD Championships, 76 teams from all over Southern/Southwest Ontario are set to arrive in St. Catharines to contend for MD Hockey Supremacy.

Tier I and Tier II semi-finalists from the MD West and East/Central Divisions will be facing off against each other, looking to be crowned Alliance MD Champions at every age group from Novice to Major Midget.  This year games will be played at the Seymour Hannah Sportsplex, the Gatorade Garden City Complex, Ridley College Arena, a few games at the Gale Centre in Niagara Falls and even a few at the new Meridian Centre, where the Niagara Icedogs play.  All of the rinks except the Gale Centre are located within a few kilometres of downtown St. Catharines.

Come on out and cheer for your favourite team!!

The teams participating this year are shown below:


Novice Tier 1




Novice Tier 2




Novice Tier 3




Minor Atom Tier 1




Minor Atom Tier 2




Atom Tier 1




Atom Tier 2




Minor Peewee Tier 1




Minor Peewee Tier 2




Peewee Tier 1




Peewee Tier 2




Minor Bantam Tier 1




Minor Bantam Tier 2




Bantam Tier 1




Bantam Tier 2




Minor Midget Tier 1




Minor Midget Tier 2




Midget Tier 1




Midget Tier 2

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