The teams are set for the 2018 Cornwall Royals/Colts alumni hockey game, on Saturday morning.
The General managers were Brent Loney and Gilles Crepeau. The draft was held at Shoeless Joe’s Cornwall, with Team Loney drawing the first overall selection and picking former Colts star Jesse Winchester.
Team Crepeau built his roster after selecting another Colts alumnus, Brock McBride.
Admission is free. Doors to the civic complex open at 10:30 a.m., with the game slated for an 11:30 a.m. start.
Team Loney: WHITE
Jesse Winchester Mark Evans Scott Birnie
Ian MacInnis Landon Lavictoire Troy Gleason
Jason Lepine Jeremy Leroux Rob Lefebvre
Steve Bisson Rod McKenzie Ryan Cooper
Darcy Findlay Rick Dorval
Todd Walker Dave Stathos
Tyler Sunday Yves Leger
Travis Duhaime Billy Ulrick David James - Trainer
Chris Nichol - Coach Gary Leroux - Coach Gerry Barden - Coach
Team Crepeau: BLUE
Brock McBride Gerard Peltier Brennan Barker
Scott Pearson Ryne Gove Luc Duval
Jeff Legue Kevin Hope Jordan Bent
Neil Sandilands Eric Calder
Brett Liscomb Alain Quenneville
Derek Grant Josh Loney
Mark Mackisoc Brian Abrams
Chad Samson Casey Torres Mike Pollard - Trainer
Mike Conway - Coach Mario Vien - Coach Mike Ruest - Coach
We have photos from the March 9 and 12 junior 'B' playoff games, in our online gallery here. Be sure to check out our feature story on the CCHL2 series between the Alexandria Glens and Ottawa Canadians, published in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
There will be Monday night junior 'B' hockey at the Glengarry Sports Palace in Alexandria, where the CCHL2 Glens face a do-or-die situation, trailing their playoff series with the Ottawa Canadians three games to two.
The Glens needs to win tonight to force a game seven, which would be played Tuesday evening in Ottawa.
Last Friday, the boys scored a 2-1 victory in Alexandria, to tie the series. Saturday saw Ottawa edge the Glens 3-2 to take back the series lead.
We will have full coverage in this week's edition of The Glengarry News.
Alexandria's CCHL2 Glens hit the road tonight for game 4 of their playoff series against the Ottawa Canadians. The boys tied the series last night at the Palace, with a 2-1 overtime victory.
The March 9 game saw the Glens Mikael Gibault assessed a major penalty for boarding in the second period. The infraction was called after some debate amongst the officials, while the Ottawa player was tended to by his team's trainer.
The News has learned that the league subsequently stepped in to upgrade the penalty to a hit from behind and added a one-game suspension. Gibault is expected to sit out tonight, as a result.
Game 6 is scheduled for Monday night, back at the Glengarry Sports Palace, starting at 8 p.m.