a.m., March 15)
Jr. 67s advance to OHL Cup semi-finals
By Fred Sherwin
Former Cumberland Jr. Grad Cole Carter scored
a goal and an assist in the Ottawa Jr. 67s
6-3 win over the Vaughan Kings in the quarterfinals
of the OHL Cup this afternoon. File photo
Ottawa Jr. 67s minor midget AAA team are one win away
from accomplishing something no other Ottawa and District
Minor Hockey Association team has ever done -- make it
to the final of the OHL Cup.
a roster deep in former Gloucester Ranger players and
a former Cumberland Jr. Grad, the Jr. 67s dismantled the
Vaughan Kings 6-2 in this morning's quarterfinals, scoring
two goals in each period to win 6-3.
Gloucester Ranger an Letrim Minor Hockey Association product
William Bitten led the way on the score sheet with two
goals and an assist, while Cumberland Minor Hockey alum
Cole Carter added a goal and an assist.
Gloucester Rangers Joey Larcher also had a goal for the
Jr. 67s, along with Jacon Ralmalho and Brad Brule.
only thing that stands between the Jr. 67s and the final
are the Toronto Jr. Canadians who beat them 3-2 in the
round robin portion of the tournament on Friday.
semi-final gets underway at 8 p.m.
story was made possible thanks to their generous support
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