Robertson Cup champions finally coming home

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Last year’s Major League Hockey Allstars are back and the Dundas Real McCoys (1-1-0) have added some depth, youth and a lot of extra Blast.

And tonight, Friday, they want you to bottle it up with a Tim Hortons water bottle at Talk820 Night in the JL

Grightmire Arena. Game time is 7:45 p. m.

Hamilton’s Ryan Kuwabara, a 39th overall pick of the Montreal Canadiens who went on to play in the American Hockey League and was an Olympian with Japan in the 2006 winter Olympics, is the highest profile newcomer to hit the ice this season.

Don Robertson’s McCoys have done what they promised by adding some youth and skill with the signing of David MacNab, 25, from Brockport College in the NCAA, John Wheaton, a 25-year-old native of Cambridge (Swindon, British National League), John Neal, 24, from Bloomington of the International Hockey League, and JJ Martin, 25, from Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the Central Hockey League.

Picked up members

But that’s not all. Dundas has also picked up four members of the last season’s Brantford Blast hockey club — Jim Baxter, Jeremy Bloomfield, Steve Hurst and Ryan Healy.

Baxter, Bloomfield, Hurst and Healy all played the past two seasons with the Blast, winning the Allan Cup in 2008, and will ably compliment former Brantford forward Dan Pitre, and goalkeepers Brett Leggat and Bryan Worosz, who were previously with the McCoys. Pitre and Worosz were also part of that 2008 Allan Cup squad.

Dundas now boasts a formidable lineup featuring six players who have won the Allan Cup, emblematic of Canadian Senior AAA hockey supremacy.

Robertson Cup champions finally coming home

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Last year’s Major League Hockey Allstars are back and the Dundas Real McCoys (1-1-0) have added some depth, youth and a lot of extra Blast.

And tonight, Friday, they want you to bottle it up with a Tim Hortons water bottle at Talk820 Night in the JL

Grightmire Arena. Game time is 7:45 p. m.

Hamilton’s Ryan Kuwabara, a 39th overall pick of the Montreal Canadiens who went on to play in the American Hockey League and was an Olympian with Japan in the 2006 winter Olympics, is the highest profile newcomer to hit the ice this season.

Don Robertson’s McCoys have done what they promised by adding some youth and skill with the signing of David MacNab, 25, from Brockport College in the NCAA, John Wheaton, a 25-year-old native of Cambridge (Swindon, British National League), John Neal, 24, from Bloomington of the International Hockey League, and JJ Martin, 25, from Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the Central Hockey League.

Picked up members

But that’s not all. Dundas has also picked up four members of the last season’s Brantford Blast hockey club — Jim Baxter, Jeremy Bloomfield, Steve Hurst and Ryan Healy.

Baxter, Bloomfield, Hurst and Healy all played the past two seasons with the Blast, winning the Allan Cup in 2008, and will ably compliment former Brantford forward Dan Pitre, and goalkeepers Brett Leggat and Bryan Worosz, who were previously with the McCoys. Pitre and Worosz were also part of that 2008 Allan Cup squad.

Dundas now boasts a formidable lineup featuring six players who have won the Allan Cup, emblematic of Canadian Senior AAA hockey supremacy.

Robertson Cup champions finally coming home

News Nov 06, 2009 Ancaster News

Last year’s Major League Hockey Allstars are back and the Dundas Real McCoys (1-1-0) have added some depth, youth and a lot of extra Blast.

And tonight, Friday, they want you to bottle it up with a Tim Hortons water bottle at Talk820 Night in the JL

Grightmire Arena. Game time is 7:45 p. m.

Hamilton’s Ryan Kuwabara, a 39th overall pick of the Montreal Canadiens who went on to play in the American Hockey League and was an Olympian with Japan in the 2006 winter Olympics, is the highest profile newcomer to hit the ice this season.

Don Robertson’s McCoys have done what they promised by adding some youth and skill with the signing of David MacNab, 25, from Brockport College in the NCAA, John Wheaton, a 25-year-old native of Cambridge (Swindon, British National League), John Neal, 24, from Bloomington of the International Hockey League, and JJ Martin, 25, from Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs of the Central Hockey League.

Picked up members

But that’s not all. Dundas has also picked up four members of the last season’s Brantford Blast hockey club — Jim Baxter, Jeremy Bloomfield, Steve Hurst and Ryan Healy.

Baxter, Bloomfield, Hurst and Healy all played the past two seasons with the Blast, winning the Allan Cup in 2008, and will ably compliment former Brantford forward Dan Pitre, and goalkeepers Brett Leggat and Bryan Worosz, who were previously with the McCoys. Pitre and Worosz were also part of that 2008 Allan Cup squad.

Dundas now boasts a formidable lineup featuring six players who have won the Allan Cup, emblematic of Canadian Senior AAA hockey supremacy.