Atom Majors win in the G: Playstation Cup Champions, News (Erie North Shore Minor Hockey)

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Atom Majors win in the G: Playstation Cup Champions
Submitted By Administrator on Sunday, November 24, 2019
Congratulations to the ENS Atom Major Storm, as they competed in, and claimed the prestigious Playstation Cup in Toronto this past weekend.

The Atom Majors finished the tournament a perfect 6-0-0, defeating the GTHL Vaughan Rangers 3-2 in OT in the Championship Final.


Congratulations to players, parents, and Coaches on this remarkable achievement.



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