Jr. Canadiens, Reps, turn in impressive Super Series performances

December 05, 2016

BRAMPTON, ONT. -- The Super Series Border Battle, hosted by the Mississauga Rebels, is arguably one of the top tournaments you'll come across in bantam or minor midget each calendar, with some of the top American teams going head-to-head with many of Ontario's top bantam-aged squads.

 

This year's edition of the tournament featured 12 teams in total, with the Barrie Colts playing the role of the "sixth" American team as a late invite to balance the field.

 

Part One of our recap focuses on the Ontario teams who partook in what was a quality weekend of viewings. The rest of the article is a subscriber feature so please log in or register for a full 365 days worth of subscriber news, scouting reports, and player rankings covering the '01 and '02 age groups relative to the OHL Draft region.

 

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