The ice is ready and team tryouts and registrations are taking place. For local girls, the options are better than ever. Female hockey in North America is booming and the Huntsville Girls Hockey Association is proud to be part of the movement. In , youth girls were looking for an opportunity to play hockey, so the Huntsville Sting Peewee B team was formed. This team of girls continued on to play at the Bantam BB level the following season but did not continue after that. Read more about Ferrante and Wing below. That fall, girls were calling wanting to join hockey in Huntsville but, unfortunately, there were not enough players to start a team in any of the age divisions.
Local goalie eyes future with Sting
Sting choose three players in OHL under draft | Regina Leader-Post
Enter keyword s to search for the articles,events,business listing and community content. You can use letters:a-z,A-Z and numbers Goalie Will Cranley was the first Minor Petes player selected in the second-round, 35th-overall by the Ottawa 67's. Cranley was the third goalie selected in the draft. Story continues below. It's a really nice place," he said.
Gaudreau Signs with Sting
The Sting used their first selection on netminder Curtis Boothe in the third annual Ontario Hockey League under draft Wednesday night. He was drafted sixth overall. If a team, such as the Sting, picks a goalie in the first two rounds, it is allowed to make a third-round selection as well. The Sting chose defenceman Nikolas Vanclief of Toronto in the second round with the 26th overall pick. Sting forward Ben Diamond of Strathroy in the third round, 46th overall.