Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 (11 views)
Is there a player, team or individual
think should be recognized by the EGMHA for their efforts?
If so, then
nominate them by February 28th
the EGMHA Spirit Award
There are 3 different Spirit Awards t
o be given out:
Player Spirit Award
Open to all players in every division and at any level (rep, house league, local loop)
Individual Spirit Award
Open to all individuals in the association (parent, coach, manager, executive member, convenor, volunteer ...)
Team Spirit Award
Open to all teams in every division and at any level (rep, house league, local loop) The spirit award is meant to recognize people who through their contributions to hockey and in their community make a difference in the lives of others. The description below lists the qualities that we strive to recognize.
Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Thursday, January 19, 2017 (186 views)
Congratulations to our East Gwillimbury Eagles on winning the Minor Atom A Division of the 59th Preston International Hockey Tournament
in Cambridge this past weekend.
Our Eagles secured first place in the preliminary round with wins against the West Hill Golden Hawks
(7-0), Hamilton Huskies
(5-3), and Lorne Park Clarkson Wild
In the Quarter Final
game, our Eagles were in a dead heat tied 2-2 with the very tough Dundas Blues
until a third period goal by the Eagles secure them the 3-2 win. In the Semi Final
game, our Eagles out matched the Sarnia Sting
6-1 to move on to the finals.
In the Championship
game, our Eagles went head to head in a rematch against the Hamilton Huskies
. It was a thrilling game as both teams were determined to win! However, lots of crowd support, a hat trick, outstanding net minding and superb teamwork by all players brought them the Championship cup with a 4-3 win! Read More
Submitted By EGMHA Webmaster (JM) on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 (233 views)
Two East Gwillimbury Bantam Local Loop teams had a great weekend on Jan. 14th at the Woodville Hurricanes Tournament
Bantam LL-2 Daxon
followed their opening win over Lindsay with a comeback overtime victory over Peterborough
, putting them into the championship match.
Also making it to the championship game was East Gwillimbury Bantam LL-2 Weiman
, with strong wins over Woodville
to qualify for the final.
The championship match was a very close, hard fought game by both sides with LL-2 Daxon
coming away with a 5-3 victory to win the tournament.
Congratulations to both teams for representing the Eagles so well with their success in Woodville!