2016-17 AMHA Season In Review, News (Ayr Flames)

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2016-17 AMHA Season In Review
Submitted By Nick Waschenko on Thursday, May 11, 2017
The 2016-17 AMHA season was an extremely successful one. Below is a summary of the records of the teams as well as some season highlights.


2016-17 Local League year end team highlights:

Overall record  104-115-34

·         Novice LL1 – Record 17-9-1 Finished in Grand River ‘B’ division

·         Novice LL2 – Record 13-8-6 Grand River ‘B’ Division Champions

·         Novice LL3 – Record 7-15-5 Finished in Grand River ‘C’ division

·         Atom LL1 – Record 7-17-2 Finished in Grand River ‘C’ division

·         Atom LL2 – Record  25-5-5 Grand River ‘A’ Division Champions

·         Atom LL3 – Record  5-17-4  Finished in Grand River ‘C’ division

·         Peewee LL1 – Record 7-16-3 Finished in Grand River ‘C’ division

·         Bantam LL1 – Record 3-16-5 Finished in Grand River ‘C’ division

·         Midget LL1 – Record 20-12-3 Grand River ‘B’ Division Champions


2016-17 Rep League year end team highlights:

Overall record  210-168-66

·         Novice REP – Record  57-1-6 Finished in Southern Counties ‘A’ division

·         Atom REP – Record 28-14-6 Finished in Southern Counties ‘A’ division

·         Atom AE – Record 14-23-2 Finished in Southern Counties ‘AE’ division

·         Peewee REP– Record 15-17-5  Finished in Southern Counties ‘B’ division

·         Peewee AE – Record 15-17-5 Southern Counties ‘AE’ division Champions

·         Bantam REP– Record 17-17-9 Southern Counties ‘B’ division Champions

·         Bantam AE – Record 10-32-8 Finished in Southern Counties ‘AE’ division

·         Midget REP – Record  19-24-13 Southern Counties ‘B’ division Champions

·         Midget AE – Record 35-23-12 Finished in Southern Counties ‘AE’ division

Some other highlights include: Regional Silverstick champion,
Regional Silverstick Finalist, OMHA Champion, OMHA Finalist, OMHA Semi-Finalist,
International Silverstick Champion, 3 Grand River Local League division Champions,
3 Southern Counties Rep division Champions and numerous tournament wins throughout
the season.
Ayr Minor Hockey would like to thank the coaches, players, parents, refs, volunteers and sponsors for making this season a memorable and enjoyable one.  Without your dedication, this past season would not have been a success.

We look forward to next season and what it will have to hold.  Till then, have a safe and happy summer

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