Championship Weekend Wrap Up

The off-season is officially in full swing and these teams are relishing in the glory of their championship weekend success.

OHF Championships
Two out of 12 competing GTHL teams were successful in earning the title as provincial champions in their respective divisions. The North Toronto Atom AA team were able to defeat the Milton Winterhawks in the final to earn gold, while the Atom AAA Mississauga Senators added to their trophy case with a provincial title.

The two OHF Championships are in addition to the three Regional Championship titles won by GTHL AAA teams. The Toronto Jr. Canadiens were crowned Peewee champs, while the Bantam Toronto Marlboros and Midget Mississauga Rebels also earned gold in their respective tournaments.

Founders Cup
Teams who were eliminated from the first round of the playoffs got redemption during Founders Cup competition. Nine out of 10 champions came from the GTHL, with the Toronto Royals and West Mall Lightning finding victory in two different divisions.

2016-17 Founders Cup

Division Winner
Minor Atom A Markham Waxers
Minor Atom AA Goulding Park Rangers
Atom A Don Mills Mustangs
Atom AA West Mall Lightning
Minor Peewee A Toronto Eagles
Peewee A Toronto Royals
Minor Bantam A Toronto Wolverines
Minor Bantam AA Toronto Royals
Bantam A Hillcrest Canadiens
Bantam AA West Mall Lightning

King Clancy Cup
Twelve teams who failed to make the playoffs (some by only a single point) got their championship moment after winning the Clancy Cup. Eight of the 12 Clancy winners were teams from the GTHL.

2016-17 King Clancy Cup

Division Winner
Minor Atom A Pickering Panthers
Minor Atom AA Humber Valley Sharks
Atom A Markham Islanders
Atom AA Ajax Knights
Minor Peewee A Erindale Spitfires
Minor Peewee AA Duffield Devils
Peewee A North York Knights
Peewee AA Duffield Devils
Minor Bantam A Forest Hill
Bantam A Richmond Hill Stars
Bantam AA Toros
Minor Midget A Toronto Colts
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