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Alliance Hockey Hosting Midget AAA All Star Game

Friday December 14, 2012

The Alliance Hockey Association is presenting their 2012 Minor Midget AAA All-Star Game on Saturday December 15 at 1:00pm at the Western Fair Sports Centre in London On.  The All Star Game will feature 40 of the best Minor Midget AAA in the Alliance. 


Included in the line up is Lambton AAA Minor Midget Brenden Trottier from Petrolia.  Trottier currently has a total of 13 points for the season with four goals and 9 assists. Click here for complete roster


The event will feature "Team Doughty vs Team Carter". Along with the big game, there will be interactive games, vendors, draw prizes and giveaways!

              Brendan Trottier

Team Doughty is named after former London Jr Knights player and Team Carter is named after Jeff Carter former Elgin Middlesex player.  Both players played for the Stanley Cup Champions Los Angeles Kings.

Admission is $2.00 with proceeds going back to U16 Team ALLIANCE. Once selected, U16 Team ALLIANCE will participate in the 2013 OHL Gold Cup, May 9-12, 2013 in Kitchener, ON.

The OHL Gold Cup will become an annual event created to feature Ontario’s top Under-16 talent. This event will not only showcase Ontario’s talent, but is an evaluation and selection process for the Ontario Under-17 Camp.

From the Ontario Under-17 Camp, the top 22 players will be selected to represent Ontario at the World Under-17 Challenge. With eight teams and more than 160 players representing their Member Partner or Branch, the future of Canadian hockey will be on display at the OHL Gold Cup.


About the Alliance:

The ALLIANCE Hockey Minor Midget AAA League is residential based and in most cases, participants begin and end their minor hockey career within the same Association. 

ALLIANCE Hockey’s philosophy is to keep participants playing and living in their Home Association for as long as possible as following their Minor Midget season, many of the participants will leave home to play in the OHL and/or eventually leave home to play at University. 

ALLIANCE Hockey encourages minor hockey families to enjoy the Minor Midget year as it may be the last year that they are truly together as a family.  Traditionally, ALLIANCE Hockey has 40-45 participants drafted to the OHL annually.  One of the most successful draft years for ALLIANCE Hockey was in 2007 when 4 players were drafted in the first round alone.


Participating Associations:

*Chatham Kent AAA Zone                                          *Elgin Middlesex AAA Hockey Alliance

*Huron Perth AAA Zone                                              *Lambton Jr. Sting

*Sun County AAA Minor Hockey Association               *Windsor AAA Zone

**Waterloo Minor Hockey Association                         **Brantford Minor Hockey Association

**Kitchener Minor Hockey Association                        **Cambridge Minor Hockey Association

***Hamilton Huskies                                                  ***London Jr. Knights (2 teams)       


* = A true AAA Zone has AAA divisions only and is fed by smaller centers and their participants who wish to play at the AAA level


** = A Minor Hockey Association with House League divisions through to AAA divisions, also fed by smaller centers


*** = London and Hamilton are stand-alone centres with A, AA & AAA divisions.            



Notable ALLIANCE Hockey Graduates in Recent years…

Name Birthdate Minor Hockey Association OHL Draft Year Selection OHL Team NHL Draft Selection NHL Team
Dustin Jeffrey 2/28/78 Lambton 2004 1st 17 overall Mississauga 2007 6th 171st overall Pittsburgh
Joe Thornton 2/07/79 St Thomas/Elgin 1995 1st 2nd overall Sault St Marie 1997 1st overall Boston Bruins
Tim Brent 10/03/84 Cambridge 2000 1st 2nd overall St Mikes Majors 2002 2nd 37th overall Anaheim Ducks
Jeff Carter 1/01/85 Elgin Middlesex 2001 1st 3 overall Sault St Marie 2003 1st 11 overall Philadelphia Flyers
Brian Little 12/11/87 Cambridge 2003 3rd 50 overall Barrie 2006 1st 12 overall Atlanta Thrashers
Drew Doughty 8/12/89 London 2005 1st 5th overall Guelph  2008 1st 2nd overall Los Angeles Kings
Logan Couture 28/03/89 Elgin Middlesex 2005 1st 12th overall Ottawa 2007 1st 9th overall San Jose Sharks
Adam Henrique 6/02/90 Branford 2006 2nd 24th overall Windsor 2008 3rd 82nd overall New Jersey Devils
Nazem Kadri 6/10/90 London 2006 1st 18th overall Kitchener 2008 1st 7th overall Toronto Maple Leafs
Ryan Ellis 3/01/91 Cambridge/GTHL 2007 2nd 22nd overall Windsor 2009 1st 11th overall Nashville Predators
Zach Kassian 24/01/91 Sun County/Windsor 2007 1st 7th overall Peterborough 2009 1st 13th overall Buffalo Sabres
Michael Latta 25/05/91 Waterloo 2007 1st 6th overall Ottawa 2009 3rd 72nd overall Nashville Predators
Ryan O’Reilly 7/02/91 Huron Perth/GTHL 2007 1st overall Erie 2009 2nd 33 overall Colorado Avalanche
Joey Hishon 20/10/91 Stratford  2007 1st 8th overall Owen Sound 2010 1st 17th overall Colorado Avalanche
Tanner Pearson 10/09/92 Kitchener 2008 14th round Barrie 2012 1st 30th overall Los Angeles Kings
Mark Scheifele 15/03/93 Kitchener 2008 7th 134th overall Saginaw 2011 1st 7th overall Winnipeg Jets
Boone Jenner 15/06/93 Elgin Middlesex 2009 1st 4th overall Oshawa 2011 2nd 37th overall Columbus Blue Jackets








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