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2014 Tournament Wrap-up
The 10th Annual London Blizzard Invitational is over for another year, and what a tournament it was. Both Blizzard teams played great and showed grit and determination. The development team had an awesome tournament finding the scoring touch they needed to win bronze in their division. The intermediate team that had been dinged by injuries before the tournament also played great but were unable to advance to the medal round on Sunday. Congrats to both teams for your great representation of the club at this (the 10th anniversary) tournament.
Canada vs. USA and The Stanley Cup is There a Better Friday Night?
Stanley Cup viewing 3pm-7pm Friday January 24, 2014
Development Blizzard Schedule Posted
The Schedule for the development Blizzard team has been posted. Follow the link, and make sure to mark your calendars.
(Updated Nov. 15)
Intermediate Blizzard Schedule Posted
The Schedule for the interemediate Blizzard team has been posted. Follow the link, and make sure to mark your calendars.
(Updated December 31)
2012/2013 League Champions
Intermediates Crowned 2012/2013 B Division Champions
The intermediates capped a great season by defeating North Bay to win the Intermediate B League Championship on April 6 in Thornhill, ON. The game was an interesting game to say the least with lots of penalties being called on both sides with the Blizzard weathering a few five on three situations in the second period and surviving the loss of two players in the first half of the game. Though the Intermediates never held a lead in the game they played with grit and determination, holding their own against the opposition. Arguably the Blizzard Intermediates had more high quality scoring chances than their opponents, especially in the final period but could only find the back of the net twice against a superb North Bay goalie. At the other end Chris Wood kept his team in the game with many superb saves. In the end, regulation time solved nothing and neither did overtime. A shootout with Craig Silverthorn scoring the only goal of any of the six shooters was the winning margin and the Intermediate London Blizzard became B League Champions for the second time.