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Whitby Claws their Way to the Top

12/13/2013, 11:45am EST
By Ontario Minor Hockey Association

OMHA Minor Midget AAA Top 5 Rankings

The Ontario Minor Hockey Association has released the sixth edition of the Minor Midget AAA Top 5 Rankings for the 2013-14 regular season.  After starting the season slowly the Whitby Wildcats have worked their way up to the top of the rankings, and for the first time this year the Bulldogs from Hamilton have dropped to the second spot.  Clarington continues to be hot and moves up to the third spot overall.  Southern Tier Admirals have continued their consistent play and climb to fourth on the list, while York Simcoe stumbles down to fifth.

OMHA Minor Midget Top 5 Rankings – Week 6

Rank:

Team:

Last Week Rank:

Number of Weeks Ranked:

1

Whitby Wildcats (17-4-2)

2

4

2

Hamilton Bulldogs (17-4-1)

1

6

3

Clarington Toros (15-3-3)

4

5

4

Southern Tier Admirals (15-5-0)

5

3

5

York Simcoe Express (13-4-3)

3

4

       
 

Honourable Mention:

   
 

Halton Hurricanes (14-5-1)

-

-

 

South Central Coyotes (10-3-4)

-

3

 

Niagara North Stars (13-8-1)

-

-

Players to Watch

Allen is a player that makes a big contribution to his Pete’s team both on and off the score sheet.  He plays a very hard and honest game, competing from the time he touches the ice until he gets off.  The captain of this team shows he wants to win and will do what it takes to do so, either by scoring or playing with an edge trying to shut down opposing players.  James is a point a game player (20gp 8g-13a-21pts) while also putting up 60 penalty minutes this season.


Schultz is one of the best two way players in the SCTA this season.  He is a great skater with great hands and this combined with the work ethic he brings to the ice makes him a player for OHL scouts to watch this season.  Eddie does a very sound job of taking care of his own end and if Halton is up by a goal you want him on the ice late in games.  He is very strong on face-offs making him a valuable player for the Hurricanes.


Olivier is a focused goaltender that is ready from the drop of the puck until the final buzzer.  He has good size standing at 6’1” and is very mobile allowing him to move around the crease quickly with ease.  Lafreniere has a knack for staying square to the shooter and uses his frame to let pucks he can’t see hit him.  He is one of the top goaltenders in the OMHA this season.

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