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Bob Probert Tournament a success!
Submitted By Devan Mighton on Monday, January 20, 2020
Last weekend, our Bob Probert Tournament served as the first ever full-ice hockey games for 10 different Major Novice hockey teams!

The event was fast-paced and exciting as the kids experienced the thrill of the full-ice game.

In the finals, Sarnia Atlanta Blue defeated Sarnia San Jose Teal by an 8-3 score!

The event also featured a 16-team jamboree in the Minor Novice division, as well as games for the WMHA Mite and Initiation divisions.

Bob Probert's mother, Theresa, conducts the ceremonial puck-drop with the help of her family prior to the championship game on January 19, 2020.

2020 Major Novice Champions - Sarnia Atlanta Blue.

2020 Champions Sarnia Atlanta Blue and runners-up Sarnia San Jose Teal.
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