SARNIA, ONT. -- Following up on Part 1 of our Battle of the Border recap on Monday, which covered the Ontario teams in action, we're back with the much-anticipated follow-up, which focuses on the HPHL representatives from this past weekend's showcase.
While all six of the HPHL 16U teams were in action, much like Part 1, our notes will be somewhat restricted to coverage of the Chicago Mission, Compuware, Honeybaked, and Little Caesars. That said, we did catch a peak of Team Illinois and have seen some nice year-over-year improvement in Camden Thiesing's game, while former Chicago Young Americans Ryan Sorkin and Cameron Rowe will also factor in, in some capacity.
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Stay tuned next week as we'll release our coverage notes from the '02 Border Battle, which will be taking place throughout the Greater Toronto Area this weekend, featuring no shortage of high-end talent for the 2018 OHL Priority Selection.