Submitted By Victor Saville on Thursday, March 30, 2017 (56 views)
The Caledon Hawks Midget "AA" hockey club will compete in the Ontario Hockey Federation (OHF) championship.
The championship is scheduled in London, Ontario for the weekend of the 06 th to 09 th of April.
The OHF championship will feature teams from the OMHA (Caledon), NOHA (Sudbury Wolves), GTHL (Mississauga Jets) and London Jr Knights and London Jr. Mustangs.
The tournament begins with a Thursday night banquet at the Western Fairgrounds in London.
We wish the Hawks the very best in contending for this prestigious competition.
Submitted By Victor Saville on Tuesday, March 21, 2017 (70 views)
The Caledon Hawks Midget "AA" hockey team have won the OMHA championships.
In dramatic fashion the team recorded a thrilling, come from behind overtime 3 -2 victory at Iroquois Sports Centre on Monday night.
A patient and determined Whitby Wildcats outfit carried a 2 - 1 advantage with 10 seconds remaining in the game when a Hawks power play goal sent the game into overtime.
Needing only a tie to claim the title, a long outlet pass created a rare moment of open ice and the overtime marker, with less than four minutes remaining, sent the Hawk players streaming onto the ice in a victory celebration.
A clever and expertly executed game plan by the Wildcats almost completely eliminated any Hawk odd man rushes through the neutral zone and deft defensive clearances limited the Hawk down low cycle game. Critically avoiding the temptation to play an individuals game the Hawks resorted to a strong team effort to achieve the crown.
In unprecedented fashion our hometown heroes will be the first Midget "AA" team to have the CALEDON name etched on the Herb G. Parker trophy.
Submitted By Victor Saville on Saturday, March 18, 2017 (58 views)
Taking 3 of a possible 4 points in two games played in just over 12 hours has vaulted the Caledon Hawks Midget "AA" hockey team into a 5 to 1 point advantage in the 6 point OMHA final series.
Hitting the road for a Friday night tilt at Whitby"s McKinney Arena resulted in a back and forth, penalty filled affair, with a tying goal giving Whitby their only result of the series, a 4 - 4 tie.
Returning to Caledon to a capacity crowd at Caledon East Arena for a Saturday morning game three a tight game broke open for the Hawks with a third period goal and an insurmountable deficit for the Whitby club and a 4 - 2 Hawk victory.
Game 4 will be contested at Whitby's Iroquois Arena on Monday March 20th at 900 pm.
A Hawk tie or victory with give them the title.
Submitted By Victor Saville on Thursday, March 09, 2017 (136 views)
Caledon Midget AA Hawks opened the OMHA championship series at Caledon East Arena with 3 -1 victory. Read More
Submitted By Victor Saville on Friday, March 03, 2017 (67 views)
In a tough, physical series against our neighbors to the north, the Orangeville Flyers, the Hawks achieved a semi final victory launching the team into the OMHA final championship.
After the Hawks took a 2 - 0 series lead the Flyers battled back, taking game three, and only an empty net goal at Alder Street Arena in game four was the series won.
The Hawks teams final appearance is the first since the Novice teams win and will match the team against the winner of Newmarket /Whitby series which is still in progress.