10 OHF Champions Named from Across the Province

10 OHF Champions Named from Across the Province

Date: Apr, 12, 2019 12:00 PM EDT

OHF Championships, Apr. 12-15, 2019 - The 2019 OHF Championships have officially been named following over 100 games played in ten minor hockey arenas across the province this past weekend.

Teams travelled from across the province to compete in an Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) wide Championship which saw the top team from each of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA), Greater Toronto Hockey League (GTHL), Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario (ALLIANCE) and the Northern Ontario Hockey Association (NOHA) and one host team compete for the title of OHF Champion in their respective division.

The GTHL secured the most Championships with representatives taking home the Atom AAA, PeeWee AA, Midget AA and Juvenile divisions, while the ALLIANCE had a close second after representatives at the Atom A, Bantam A and Bantam AA won their OHF Championship final.

Congratulations to all 2019 OHF Champions!

OHF Atom A Championship
Kapuskasing Sports Palace, Kapuskasing, ON.
Waterloo Wolves - ALLIANCE: The Wolves defeated Owen Sound Jr. Attack 2-1 in the finals after losing only one game throughout the entire OHF Championship.

OHF Atom AA Championship
Atlas Tube Centre, Belle River, ON.
Soo Jr Greyhounds- NOHA: The Greyhounds defeated the London Jr. Knights 10-1 in the finals. Throughout the tournament the Soo outscored their opponents 41-9.

OHF Atom AAA Championship
Komoka Wellness Centre, Komoka, ON.
Vaughan Kings – GTHL: The Vaughan Kings defeated the Toronto Marlboros 6-2 after going completely defeated throughout the entire OHF Championship.

OHF Peewee A Championship
Central Recreation Centre, Burlington, ON.
Quinte West Hawks – OMHA: The Hawks defeated the Waterloo Wolves 4-1 in the finals, after losing only one game throughout the entire Championships.

OHF Peewee AA Championship
Vic Johnston Arena, Mississauga, ON.
Streetsville Tigers – GTHL: The Tigers defeated the Soo Jr. Greyounds 3-0 in the OHF Championship finals, goalie Tyler Krawczyk posting the shut out.

OHF Bantam A Championship
Don Shepherdson Memorial Arena, Temiskaming Shores, ON.
Stratford Warriors – ALLIANCE: The Warriors defeated the St. Thomas Jr. Stars 5-1 in the finals. The Warriors went completely undefeated throughout the entire Championship.

OHF Bantam AA Championship
Dave Andreychuk Mountain Arena, Hamilton, ON.
London Jr. Knights – ALLIANCE: The Knights defeated the Oakville Rangers in a close 2-0 final. The game was a rematch from earlier in the tournament which saw the Rangers come out on top.

OHF Midget A Championshi
Woolwich Memorial Centre, Elmira, ON.
Centre Wellington Fusion – OMHA: The Fushion beat the Elmira Jr. Sugar Kings 4-3 in double overtime.

OHF Midget AA Championship
Claude Larose Arena, Hearst, ON.
North York Knights - GTHL: The Knights defeated the Waterloo Wolves 1-0 in the finals. The Wolves had gone completely undefeated throughout the tournament, having beat the North York Knights in their first meeting.

OHF Juvenile Championship
Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre, North York, ON.
Toronto Aeros - GTHL: The Toronto Aeros beat the Toronto Colts 5-2 in the finals. The team had gone completely undefeated throughout the tournament.