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Submitted By Darren Nesbitt on Sunday, November 11, 2018

The Atoms travelled to Niagara Falls and went a perfect 6-0 to take their second straight tournament championship.The team started off against the Grey Bruce Highlanders and took a convincing 8-3 win.

Next up was a pesky Quinte Red Devils team that gave the Toros all they could handle. The team scored late to win 2-1.

Saturday saw the team blow past the Toronto Titans 9-1 and the Buffalo Regals 8-1, placing them into the semifinals on Sunday morning.

In the semis the team played their most complete game of the tournament in defeating the Kingston Frontenacs 5-0.

In the finals the team was matched up with a very good York Simcoe Express team. The team played a hard, gritty game coming out with a 3-1 win.

The team was led by some terrific goaltending by both Caleb Wilson and Ethan Gilbert (7 goals against in 6 games).

Helping out the goalie duo with strong performances was a solid defensive corps including Jack Carley, Ethan Sikma, Liam Hackett, Oliver Gaglietta, Jory Sawyer and Tanner Nettleton.

The high powered offense (35 goals in 6 games) was led by Kayden Brand, Matt Souter, Evan Hay, Logan McMurray, Walker Doyle, Trace Whitlock, Jonah Gareau, Tate Ryan and Owen Bayes.

Go Toros Go 



The Atoms travelled to Niagara Falls and went a perfect 6-0 to take their second straight tournament championship.

The team started off against the Grey Bruce Highlanders and took a convincing 8-3 win. Next up was a pesky Quinte Red Devils team that gave the Toros all they could handle. The team scored late to win 2-1.

Saturday saw the team blow past the Toronto Titans 9-1 and the Buffalo Regals 8-1, placing them into the semifinals on Sunday morning.

In the semis the team played their most complete game of the tournament in defeating the Kingston Frontenacs 5-0.

In the finals the team was a match up with a very good York Simcoe Express team. The team played a hard, gritty game coming out with a 3-1 win.

The team was led by some terrific goaltending by both Caleb Wilson and Ethan Gilbert (7 goals against in 6 games).

Helping out the goalie duo with strong performances was a solid defensive corps including Jack Carley, Ethan Sikma, Liam Hackett, Oliver Gaglietta, Jory Sawyer and Tanner Nettleton.

The high powered offense (35 goals in 6 games) was led by Kayden Brand, Matt Souter, Evan Hay, Logan McMurray, Walker Doyle, Trace Whitlock, Jonah Gareau, Tate Ryan and Owen Bayes.

Go Toros Go

 
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