Junior C Blues examine talent

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Dundas Blues Junior C hockey team hosted last year’s Niagara District champions, the Norwich Merchants, on Sunday evening and skated to a 4-1 win.

Some tough decisions on player personnel are expected in the next week. Coach Dan Caco said Dundas had more players turn up at camp than in previous years, and there appears to be a good core of players coming along over the next few years.

"Some of the new players we have signed for this season are attending McMaster University and have Junior A, B and C experience already,” he said. “We will be only signing a few players this year without junior experience. It has been a great year for recruitment."

The Blues play their first home game of the schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 29 when they host Glanbrook Rangers, 7:30 p. m.

Junior C Blues examine talent

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Dundas Blues Junior C hockey team hosted last year’s Niagara District champions, the Norwich Merchants, on Sunday evening and skated to a 4-1 win.

Some tough decisions on player personnel are expected in the next week. Coach Dan Caco said Dundas had more players turn up at camp than in previous years, and there appears to be a good core of players coming along over the next few years.

"Some of the new players we have signed for this season are attending McMaster University and have Junior A, B and C experience already,” he said. “We will be only signing a few players this year without junior experience. It has been a great year for recruitment."

The Blues play their first home game of the schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 29 when they host Glanbrook Rangers, 7:30 p. m.

Junior C Blues examine talent

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Dundas Blues Junior C hockey team hosted last year’s Niagara District champions, the Norwich Merchants, on Sunday evening and skated to a 4-1 win.

Some tough decisions on player personnel are expected in the next week. Coach Dan Caco said Dundas had more players turn up at camp than in previous years, and there appears to be a good core of players coming along over the next few years.

"Some of the new players we have signed for this season are attending McMaster University and have Junior A, B and C experience already,” he said. “We will be only signing a few players this year without junior experience. It has been a great year for recruitment."

The Blues play their first home game of the schedule on Tuesday, Sept. 29 when they host Glanbrook Rangers, 7:30 p. m.