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Community News Bigside boys hockey charts its own course

Bigside boys hockey charts its own course

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Monday, 23 January 2012

 A month into the new year, Trinity College School’s Bigside boys hockey team continues to honour its resolution to practice hard and play smart. After losing in the finals of both the Peterborough Invitational and the Collin Cureatz ’02 Memorial Shinny Tournament, the Bears are proving to themselves and sending a message to the league that they are a team gaining momentum and are a most formidable opponent.

Having experienced the extremes of late game heartbreak and comeback win euphoria, the team is leaning heavily on the skills and leadership of captain Connor Picco and alternates Mike Smith, Charlie Benger and Luke Simurda. The east conference will be hotly contested for playoff berths and indications are that the TCS Bears have the opportunity to put themselves into the post-season with their continued commitment to responsible defensive play.

Other notable highlights of the season to come include playing an outdoor game in Hamilton’s Ivor Wynne stadium, home of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and, in early February, traveling to Montreal where the team will play in exhibition action against Lower Canada and Loyola Colleges before taking in a Montreal Canadiens game at the Bell Centre.

- By Mike Harding, coach


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