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Mississauga Steelheads and MHL Form Partership - Junior Hockey News
Published: Wednesday, 18 Jul 2012
With a new team name and identity, the Mississauga Steelheads have announced a new partnership with the Mississauga Hockey League (MHL). |
Estabilshed in 1946, the MHL is made up of eight area associations that manages 450 teams which registered 6,500 hockey players ages 4-20 in the 2011-12 hockey season. The eight area associations are the Applewood Coyotes, Clarkson Hurricanes, Cooksville Phantoms, Credit
Valley Wolves, Erindale Spitfires, Lorne Park Ojibwa, Meadowvale Hawks
and the Port Credit Storm.
The Steelheads and MHL partnership means that Hockey will be further provided for all youngsters in the city of Mississauga. The Steelheads also want to interact with all players and their parents and they will also hold coaching clinics of all levels with the MHL's eight associations.
Other OHL News: Matt Smith has been hired by the Guelph Storm as its new Goaltending Coach. Smith, who backstopped the Kitchener Rangers to the 2008 OHL Championship, is the Owner and Head Instructor of Matt Smith Goaltending.
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