Monday, November 10, 2014

Green Has Strong Under-17 Tourney

It was a rough go for Hockey Canada at this year’s World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

For the first time, Canada sent three national teams rather than regional teams. It did not go well with Canada White and Canada Black finishing in third and fourth in Group A while Canada Red finished third in Group B. All three had their tournament’s end in the quarterfinals.

In an interview with Mooseheads play-by-play man John Moore, Sea Dogs general manager Darrell Young expressed his displeasure for the new format.
Defenseman Luke Green was the only Sea Dog taking part in the event, playing with Canada White. Green finished in a tie for the team scoring lead with a goal and three assists for four points in five games.

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