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Upcoming Season and Tentative Tournaments
Submitted By Brock Cober on Wednesday, August 7, 2019
My name is Brock Cober and I am honoured to be the head coach this season for the MD Peewee team.  I have been coaching with North London for many years, and am excited for this new challenge.

With the 2019-2020 hockey season just around the corner I am looking forward to the upcoming season and the opportunities it will bring to gain new experiences.  

Once tryout times have been determined I will post them on this website along with my expectations and goals.  As of now I have some tentative tournament dates that I would like to share:
Oct. 18-20: John MacDonald Memorial MD Tournament- St. Catharines 
Nov 15-17: North London Classic 
Jan. 17-19: West London Competitive Tournament
Dec. 27-30: Wayne Gretzky- Brantford 
Feb. 21-23: Falls Classic- Buffalo/Niagara Falls NY  

I look forward to a new season and seeing you all on the ice at tryouts! 

Coach Brock Cober
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