Consolation Division Recap, News (Four Counties Hockey League)

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Consolation Division Recap
Submitted By Shawn Gladwish on Monday, April 1, 2019
There were 6 Consolation division winners including 2 tie breaker games this season.  Congratualtions to all of them (pictures included)

Novice Consolation Champs West Lorne Comets


The West Lorne Comets scored the Consolation title in a highly contested Novice division.  The Comets used a 5-1-3 record to out pace the Dresden Jr. Kings 4-2-3 and the Petrolia Oilers 4-3-2.


Atom Consolation A Champs  Dresden Jr. Kings Maroon


The Atom Consolation A title would come down to a tie-breaker game as South Kent 1 and the Dresden Jr. Kings Maroon ties with a record of 5-3-1.  Dresden Maroon would capture the medals with a 4-2 win over South Kent 1 on Mar 30th


Atom Consolation B Champs Mooretown Jr. Flags 3


The Atom Consolation B Title would go to the Mooretown Jr. Flags 3 who edged out the Wallaceburg Lakers 2 by 1 point.  Mooretown had a 6-1-3 record while Wallaceburg Lakers 2 had a 6-2-2 to finish second.


Peewee Consolation Champs Petrolia Oilers


It was an intense 3 team battle that saw the Petrolia Oilers win with a 6-1-1 record for 13 points followed by Dresden Jr. Kings White with a 6-2-0 record for 12 points and the Dresden Jr. Kings Maroon with a 5-2-1 record for 11 points.   


Bantam Consolation Champs Dresden Jr. Maroons


The Dresden Jr. Kings Maroon out distanced the rest of the consolation pool with a 6-1-2 record 4 points ahead of the Mooretown Jr. Flags 2 who finished with a 4-3-2 record


Midget Consolation Champs South Kent Lightning 2


The Midget consolation would also come down to a tie breaker are West Lorne and South Kent Lightning 2 would end the round robin with a tie at 5-2-1.  South Kent 2 would score a 7-2 victory in the tie breaking game on March 31st.



Atom Consolation A
Atom_Consolation_2019_Dresden_Maroon.jpg

Atom Consolation B
Atom_Consolation_B_2019_Mooretown_3.jpg

Peewee Consolation
Peewee_Consolation_2019_Petrolia_Oilers.jpg

Midget Consolation
Midget_Consolation_2019_South_Kent_2.jpg
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