18 November 2013, 11:34
For any team that has under no circumstances won a championship previous to this spring, representing Atlantic Canada in the national Midget AAA championships in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. is almost surreal. Their accomplishments so significantly this season are the consequence of a true team effort and a commitment to success from every player on the roster. "It's almost surreal, to think we're one of the best team in the Atlantic provinces and are considered among the list of top six teams in the united kingdom, " says thirdyear defenseman Tyler McDowell associated with Kingston. That means sticking to their game plan and playing of their abilities when they get away from for Ontario this day. Thirdyear forward Jacob McNutt with Wolfville has high hopes the team can have a good showing with nationals. "It's an awesome feeling. I had finished minute at provincials twice prior to, but I had never won until now. It's the highlight with my career, " McNutt said. That is, at least, up to the get started of nationals on 04 22. Nick Blanchard of Kentville, the NSMMHL 20122013 scoring champion, says this team bonded instantly.