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A meeting of nations

"The Djurgarden Mini-Midgets of Stockholm, Sweden arrived in Canada on Boxing Day to begin a five-game tour against Ontario midget hockey teams from Barrie, Cobourg, Oshawa, Bay Ridges, and Newmarket. For the 20 young hockey players and 14 adults who accompanied them, this was their first visit to Canada and an exciting opportunity to combine good, competitive hockey with lots of sightseeing. It was soon apparent, however, that the players were neither novices at hockey nor travelling. Despite the fact that the Swedish players were only 15 years of age (Canadian midgets are usually 15 or 16), the Swedes emerged from the five games with three wins, a loss, and a tie. The Swedes defeated Cobourg 6-4, Bay Ridges 5-1, and Newmarket 5-3. They battled Oshawa to a 4-4 tie and were upset by Barrie 7-3. Although they had never come to Canada before, the team has toured Germany, Finland, and Norway. Their experience showed."

Mark Witten

Atom Champs

"Dodds Esso defeated Red & White 8-4 to win the Atom championship. Members of the team are Mark Bowles, Jim Madigan, Scott Shepard, Paul Taucar, Jeff Dodds, Mike Hemelaar, William Britnell, Don Harrison, Steve Heilemann, Tery Shiels, Gary Vanderpost, Ricky Lawrence, Danny Reynolds, Frank Shawnhorse, Derek Green and Mike Fortune. Don Harrison is the coach while Hank Vanderpost manages the team."

George Jackson

Awards for atoms

"The champion Canadian Tire atom team received awards at the Bradford minor hockey banquet. Back row: coach Bob Jackson, Roger Sorenson, Steven Twin, Robert Young, manager Leighton Davies. Middle: Chris Taucar, Mike Scholl, Glen Gurin, Lee Rost, Doug Vanluyk, Gary Nash, Kent Bray. Front: Andrew Heighington, Richard Mosser, Scot Broom, Peter Buys, Tony Lizzi, Adrian Vanluyk, Jason Romagnoli."

Bradford Witness

Bantam Champs

"Ward & Patch, coached by Ross Elliott and managed by Lou Cogo, won the Bantam championship with a 4-1 victory over Robinson's Gulf. Members of the team are Peter Prins, Danny Corners, Brett Thompson, Robert Delcourt, Ross Elliott, Wes Whitford, David McCasey, Greg Davis, John DeCosta, Rick Scragg and Greg Lane."

George Jackson

Best in town league

"The Bradford town hockey league held its banquet at the community centre and awarded trophies to the top players. From left, John Gorecki, most valuable forward; Art Moor, top scorer and most valuable player; Larry Bray, Jabko league champs; Rick Holancin, Jabko playoff champs; George Skitterai, most valuable player in the playoffs; Ken Bellar, best defenceman; Ron Zielke, most gentlemanly player. Absent, John Lynn, best goalie."

Bradford Witness

Bradford Argos 1940-1941

O.R.H.A. Bradford Argos 1940-1
Intermediate A Champions

Back Row: D. Dobson, S. McCullough, W. Covert, W. Botham, D. Goodrow, D. Hunter, W. Fuller
Front Row: C. Nesbitt, J. Church, G. Church, W. Stephenson, R. Collings, L. Houghton, D. Carter

Elsie M. Curry

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