Tournament Lévrard-Trudel: local teams in the final

Tournoi Lévrard-Trudel: des équipes locales en finale

Many teams in the region to extend their participation in the Tournament for atom, pee-wee Lévrard-Trudel, Granby, Sunday, by going to the final of their category.

Three area teams have managed to carve out a place in the semi-final pee-wee, Saturday. The Bulls of Bedford won 4-3 in Dragons de St-Donat/R. D. P, Saturday morning, which allowed them to face the Voltigeurs 3 of Drummondville in the late afternoon.

The Eagles Granby stormed the ice immediately after the Bulls. They have played against the Lasers of the Federation of the East of Montreal and have added a win to their record. It must be said that Lasers have had no victory during their participation in the tournament.

The adventure of the Eagles and Bulls in the pee-wee Has ended, however in the semi-final. The Eagles, perhaps tired of having played a match earlier in the day, unlike the Panthers of Granby that they faced, had escaped. The Panthers, however, have left no chance by scoring five times without reply.

The Bulls of Bedford tried to make their place in the final by facing the Voltigeurs 3 of Drummondville. The team drummondvilloise won by a score of 5-0, even if his young players had taken a break, much shorter than their opponents.

The spectators will thus see a clash between the Panthers of Granby and the Voltigeurs 3, Drummondville, Sunday, at 16h. The two teams are first in their respective section.

The Eagles and the Panthers of Granby were also face-to-face in the semi-final Saturday in the pee-wee B. This time, it was the Eagles who emerged winners of the match by a score of 3-1. The team heads to the final against the Residents of Bécancour. The match will begin at 14: 30. Only three teams are part of this division.

In the C, still in pee-wee, the Husky de Cowansville were carved out a place in the final by coming to the end of the Valois to Acton-Vale by scoring 3 goals and providing a single. They will play against a team whose identity was not determined at the time of writing these lines. The match between the Eagles 4 Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and the Voltigeurs 1 of Drummondville was still in progress. The final class will be at 9am Sunday.

Many teams atoms were playing for everything on Saturday to make the finals. Nothing was insured, at the time of writing these lines so that a local team has its place for the ultimate game in the A. The Mustang in Napierville must face the team in second position, but three teams are with the same score. Their final is at 11: 45.

In the B, the final will pit the Bulls of Bedford to the Men 2 of Magog. The party will begin at 10: 30. There were three teams entered in this category. Finally, in the atom C, the identity of the teams that will be in the final will depend on the outcome of the match of semi-finals expected at 9am on a ice secondary of the centre sportif Léonard-Grondin.

The 41st edition of the tournament is proceeding as planned. “It is a big day, but it’s going great, points out the president of the tournament France Morin. The young players have a lot of fun. These are the comments that I get as much of the inside as the outside. They are happy with it. “

As usual, Ms. Morin makes a point to visit every team in the rooms. She took the opportunity to ask them how the tournament is conducted for them and to encourage them to persevere.

“We are recognized for it. We give them a small gift to each match. The sponsors allow us to buy smaller things. ”

The young people will have received a washer, a towel or a small sports bag to slip in the pocket hockey, mini-hockey, or a porteclé, for example. The gift changes depending on the level of the teams.

For the finals, the hockey players will be entitled to a special treatment to get on the ice. They will all be welcomed to a with lighting worthy of the greatest teams.

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