Paris Mounties Junior Hockey Inc.
Ontario Hockey Association Champions - 1996
Niagara & District Champions - 1996
Niagara West League Champions
Niagara West Division Champions
MOUNTIES IN THE COMMUNITY
The Mounties are proud to play an active role in the Paris community
and we'll continue to do so in many ways. We have players and staff who are available every week and are looking to add other elements to our "Community" involvement. Our players have really taken the initiative to be involved. We have volunteered with the Brant County Health Unit as well as Elementary School reading programs, food drives, youth sports, the Salvation Army, etc..... Can the Mounties help you? Anyone in need of volunteers is encouraged to contact Levi Snook at firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated: April 10, 2013
MOUNTIES CONTINUE DEVELOPMENT SUCCESS
The Paris Mounties continue to develop players
to move to the next level. The Mounties pride
themselves on their development success and
strive to give their players the best opportunities
to succeed and move on. The latest
group of now former Mounties players to
move on begins with defenseman Robin
Clarke. Robin will suit up for the University
of Waterloo Warriors hockey team. Robert
Kohli will be in the Peterborough Petes OHL
camp next weekend. Kohli has already signed to
play Junior B in Elmira. Chance Hasenbacher
has signed with the Stoney Creek Warriors
Junior B team. There are sure to be more
success stories to
come. Congratulations to you all and GOOD LUCK to you!!!!
READING IS THE WAY
The Paris Mounties reading program is underway
and has added two more schools for the 12-13
season. For more information on the program:
SUMMER LEAGUE FILLING FAST - APPLY NOW
The Paris Mounties will be running a Summer League for
competitive hockey players born from 1993 - 1998 beginning
June 18, 2013. Space in the league is very limited. For an
application or more info click the link to the right.
MOUNTIES SUPPORT REF 4 RETT CHARITY EVENT
The Mounties are excited to support the
Ref4Rett initiative and will be hosting the
Dundas Blues in their final regular season
game on Saturday, January 26, 2013.
Game time is 7:30 at the Brant Sports
Complex. At the game there will be a
silent auction with LOADS of great items
Maple Leaf Boyd Devereaux will be on
hand to sign autographs from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m. For more info go to
latest Paris Star update.
CONGRATS TO MOUNTIES ALL-STARS
The Paris Mounties are proud to announce their players for the 2012-2013 All-Star Game. The Mounties host the game which will take place on Jan 5, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at the Brant Sports Complex.
MOUNTIES COMPLETE SERIES IN A SWEEP
The Paris Mounties took their Quarter Final series versus Woodstock in a four game sweep and now will prepare for the Norwich Merchants. In game 4 versus the Navy Vets, the Mounties wasted little time in their attempt to close out the series. Just 0:41 seconds after the puck dropped, Kyle Bezruki got the Mounties on the board with assists going to Aaron Hosszu and Matthew Small. Neither team had time to take a breath before Mounties captain Jeff Howlett put the team up 2 - 0, 0:08 seconds after the first goal with Jimmy Spielvogel getting the helper. At that point the Mounties never looked back. Team scoring leader Brandon Verasamy gave the Mounties a 3 - 0 lead to take into the dressing room at the end of the 1st period. Mitch Atkins and Patrick Houle grabbed the assists. The Mounties would score 3 more in the second period to go up 6 - 0 before going into defensive mode in the third period. In the third, the Mounites yielded only 4 shots against to finish the game and the series. Zack Schomphe stopped 20 Woodstock shots to earn the shutout and the win. Now the Mounties turn their attention to the powerful Norwich Merchants. The Merchants have plenty of fire power and the Mounties will have to be their very best night in and night out if they expect to advance to the West Final. Game #1 goes in Norwich this Friday night at 8:00 p.m. before returning home for Game #2 Saturday, February 16, 2013. Puck drop at the Brant Sports Complex is 7:30 p.m.
NACS YOUTH BODES WELL FOR FUTURE
Mounties affiliate the St. Louis Frontenacs had a rough season. Very rough.
The future however is very bright in the Gateway City as the team boast an
extremely youthful roster. "We had to go young in our new league to grow up
in our league so to speak" said GM/Coach Kory Haywood. We will be much more competitive next season. Our team works hard every night but youth has been a challenge in this league." For more info on the St. Louis Frontenacs, click the logo above.
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2014 Mounties Looking for 2 - 16 year olds
The Paris Mounties have 2 roster spots available for the 2013 - 2014 season. The team aquired an additional 16 year old card in a trade earlier this season.