Alliston dominates Junior C loop

November 26, 2015   ·   0 Comments

Brian Lockhart

Brian Lockhart

By Brian Lockhart

At the midway mark in the Ontario Junior C schedule, the Alliston Hornets are leading the Georgian Mid On- tario Hockey League with an 18-2 record and 36 points.

The Hornets have been gaining mo- mentum as the season continues especially since their first two lines have really started to gel as the season goes on.

The squad has really benefited from the acquisition of several key players who came to the team with experience at higher level leagues in the province.

Forward John Gage is leading the Hornets in points with 30 so far this year. That’s nine goals and 21 assists.Right winger, Stephen Nosad is leading in goal scoring with ten to his credit this season.

The Huntsville Otters are in second place in the League with a 12-6-1 record after 19 games. The Otters have had a good couple of seasons and fin- ished in third place last season with a year ending 50 points.

After 20 games the Midland Flyers have dropped to third place.

They started the season in the first place but took a few losses that dropped them down in the standing and are now one point behind the Otters.

The Flyers have a good shot at going to the final this season.

The Stayner Siskins are in the number four spot in the League with a 10- 7-3 record and 23 points.

The Caledon Golden Hawks are currently in fifth place but could be a dark horse this year.
Starting off the season with six straight losses, the team has pulled it together and now has nine wins behind them and are gaining momentum as the season goes on.

The Hawks are in the middle of the standings separated by only a couple of points from the Penetang Kings and the Schomberg Cougars.

The Kings have a 9-12 record and 18 points.

Schomberg is close behind with 17 points and an 8-11-1 record.

The Erin Shamrocks are in the number eight spot in the nine team league with 15 points.

In the basement, the Orillia Terriers are having a hard time this season winning only two games this year after 22 outings on the ice.

The Alliston Hornets have won the Georgian Mid Ontario Championship seven times over the past eight years and have gone on the all Ontario Junior C Schmalz Cup final on five occasions bringing home the championship cup in 2008 and 2010.

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