Travel Coaches for the 2020-2021 Season!, News (Niagara Falls Minor Hockey)

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Travel Coaches for the 2020-2021 Season!
Submitted By Erin Tsilibanis on Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Novice AA (U9) - Mark Lynch
Minor Atom AA (U10) - Matt Catherwood
Atom AA (U11) - Brandon Boone
Minor Peewee AA (U12) - Don Shantz
Peewee AA (U13) - Pat Sica
Minor Bantam AA (U14) - Tony DiCarlo
Bantam AA (U15) - Justin York
Minor Midget AA (U16) - Randy Lebrasseur

Novice RS (U8) - Jeff Johnstone
Minor Atom A (U10) - Paul Quaranta
Atom A (U11) - Chris Anders
Minor Peewee A (U12) - Matt Deiroff
Peewee A (U13) - Ralph Biamonte
Minor Bantam A (U14) - Eric Lowe
Midget A (U18) - Domenic Pellegrino

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