ICHL Championship Day Weekend - March 2nd, News (Gananoque Minor Hockey)

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Feb 27, 2024 | Administration | 1269 views
ICHL Championship Day Weekend - March 2nd
The 2023-2024 ICHL wraps up this weekend with all of our house league teams in action on March 2nd

U9s are headed to Frontenac
They will be battling Stirling to determine league champion
Game time is 10am

U11 Division was split into three pools based on regular season play
Team 1 was in Pool B and is headed to PEC 
They will be taking on the winner of the Deseronto/Napanee play in game
Game time is 2pm




U11 Team 2 was in Pool A is headed to Loyalist 
They will be taking on PEC Kings
Game time is 1pm

U13s were divided into two Pools
Team 1 was in in Pool A and is headed to Stirling 
They wiil be taking on Loyalist
Game time is 3.30pm
Team 2 heads to Deseronto for Pool B 
They will be facing Loyalist and game time is 12.45pm

U15s
They are taking on Napanee - the only team to take a point off them this season!!
Game time is 1:30 here in Gan

U18s are headed to Napanee
Team 1 faces Stirling 1 at 8:15pm
Team 2 is taking on the undefeated Stone Mills Sabres in a battle for league champion - game time is 9:30pm

Good luck to all our teams!
GO GAN GO!!!!


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