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The North Bay Nipissing Reader Minor Peewee AAA Trappers came away with a 2-2 record over the weekend during an exhibition series against a pair of AAA teams from Central Ontario.
The Trappers, who hosted the games at Memorial Gardens, opened with a 5-2 loss at the hands of the Central Ontario Wolves and then were dumped 4-1 by the North Central Predators in their two Saturday contests.
The Trappers rebounded on Sunday morning as they beat the Central Ontario Wolves 8-5. Nate Gravelle finished with three goals, while Masen Wray contributed two goals in the win.
Then on Sunday afternoon, the Trappers snuck by the Predators 3-1.
Trappers head coach John Couch was pleased with how the late August event unfolded for the young team which competed in its first AAA games as a team.
“This was a prelude to our AAA tourney in October,” said Couch.
“Everyone at Memorial Gardens was fantastic to deal with, and all the out of town teams were very impressed.”
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The Battalion camp this weekend will include a handful of local players as well. Battalion draft picks Payton Vescio, Ryan Mills, Matt Hardwick and Nick Davis will compete , along with free agent invites Eric Mondoux and goaltender Drew Joyal.
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Please be advised, the Annual Meeting of the North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Association will be held on Thursday, June 1st, 2017 – 7 PM at the West Ferris Arena Auditorium, 42 Gertrude St. E., North Bay, ON.
Please refer to the attached notice of meeting for complete details and proposed agenda.
The Board of Directors,
North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Assocation
The document NBDTHA - Notice of AGM - Thur Jun 1 2017 was attached to this post.
The NBDTHA Congratulates Midget Trappers Defenceman Jake Gravelle As He Commits To The Mississauga Steelheads
The North Bay and District Trappers Hockey Association congratulate now former Trapper Jake Gravelle moving on to being a part of the Mississauga Steelhead organization. Click here to read more via BayToday.