The Total Ice Training Centre ladies’ three-on-three champions

The Total Ice Training Centre ladies’ three-on-three champions

Total Ice wraps up spring three-on-three

Total Ice Training Centre wrapped up its Spring Three-On-Three League with playoffs recently, and a few surprises were the theme.

Total Ice Training Centre wrapped up its Spring Three-On-Three League with playoffs recently, and a few surprises were the theme.

On the ladies’ side it was two underdogs — the Red Rockets and the Sharp Shooters — facing off in the final after both defeated the first- and second-place teams in the semifinals.

The Red Rockets, however, managed to edge the Sharp Shooters, 5-3, to march away with the playoff title.

On the men’s ‘A’ side it was captain Terry Duff and the Kessys beating out captain Bill McGinnis’s Blades squad to claim the championship.

In the men’s ‘B’ final it was Team Black finishing off Team Red in a shootout, with Wendel William tallying the winner.

Team Green, meanwhile, beat Team Silver to capture the midget/bantam league division crown, while several teams also competed in the peewee, atom, novice and intro divisions.

“A thank you to all the captains, players, goalies and parents who made the spring season such a great success,” said Kayla Lucas, co-owner of Total Ice Training Centre. “We appreciate everyone’s support and look forward to another awesome season.”

Space is still available for players to join a team for the summer season, which began July 7 and runs until Sept. 26.

There will also be an ‘Elite Shoot to Score Hockey School’ from July 28 to Aug. 1 and a ‘Total Skills School’ from Aug. 11-15.

The fall/winter 2014/15 season starts up in October and ends in March. New players are welcome.


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