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Season 2020 - 3 on 3 Results

ATOM
No hockey COVID

PEEWEE
No hockey COVID

BANTAM
No hockey COVID

MIDGET
No hockey COVID

ELITE
No hockey COVID

Pre-Novice - AAA Results

Mini Raccoons

Pre-Novice (2013)

No hockey COVID

Novice - AAA Results

Raging Raccoons

Minor (2012)

No hockey COVID

Major (2011)

No hockey COVID

Atom - AAA Results

RAGE

Minor (2010)

No hockey COVID

Minor (2009)

No hockey COVID

Peewee - AAA Results

RAGE

Minor (2008)

No hockey COVID

Major (2007)

No hockey COVID

Bantam - AAA Results

RAGE

Minor (2006)

No hockey COVID

Major (2005)

No hockey COVID

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WHAT'S NEW...

NATIONAL CAPITAL HOCKEY ACADEMY (NCHA)

Despite an already well-stocked portfolio, Maxtech Hockey is launching a new ice hockey program in the Ottawa/Outaouais region for the 2021-2022 season: a hockey academy program called the National Capital Hockey Academy (NCHA). Starting next season, our teams will join the Prep School Hockey Federation (PSHF).

This program will provide a new opportunity for young athletes in the region to stand out in their favourite sport as there will be six (6) large showcases during the season to promote their skills to the following institutions:

• Canadian and American colleges and universities (RSEQ, OUA, AUS, NCAA, ACHA and others); and
• Canadian and American junior teams (QJMHL, OHL, QJAAAHL, CCHL, OJHL, GMHL, GOJHL, EOJHL, NCJHL, NOJHL, USHL, NAHL and others).

These activities will take place on ice rinks in Ontario, Quebec and the United States.

The student-athlete will continue his studies at the school of his choice during the day and will complete his evening training on weekdays. The games will be played on weekends. Although the pandemic situation caused by coronavirus greatly limits our activities, it is planned to begin operations for the next season from September 2021 to May 2022.

For more information, click on the following link: Team U18 or Team U16

HOT OFF THE ICE

SPECIAL MENTION - Hendrix Lapierre

Maxtech would like to congratulate Hendrix for his contract signing with the Washington Capitals. It is a three-year entry contract.

Hendrix was drafted in the first round and 22nd overall during the Covid-19 special draft. He has also been invited to the Junior Canadian Hockey Team trials in November.

Good luck


SPECIAL MENTION - Marc-Antoine Seguin

Maxtech would like to congratulate Marc-Antoine for piercing the line up of the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the Quebec Junior Major Hockey League. Marc-Antoine Seguin born in 2003 played for the Maxtech Rage during the 2011, 2012 and 2015 spring hockey season.

Marc-Antoine has shown leadership starting at the level of novice. He was verbally expressive in the dressing room and on the ice. He also has great hockey sense and decision-making during hockey games. He is very patient with the puck and always trying to feed the puck to his teammates.

At his first bantam season, he has joined the ranks of his high school (Polyvalente Nicholas Gatineau) cadet hockey team in division 1. The following year, he made the bantam AAA Outaouais regional team. Then in midget, he played for the prospect AAA team. That season was his year of draft for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and he was selected in the 5th round and pick 90 in the group. At his first junior camp with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, he was in the last groups of players that were cut. He came back in Outaouais and then joined the Gatineau Intrepides midget AAA for the season.

Marc-Antoine showed up at his second junior camp well prepared and with extra experience. At the end of the 2020-21 camp the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies made him a QJMHL hockey player.

Good luck in this new adventure.


SPECIAL MENTION - Colin Ratt

Maxtech would like to congratulate Colin for piercing the line up of the Sherbrooke Phoenix of the Quebec Junior Major Hockey League. Colin Ratt (born in 2003 from Rapid Lake, Qc) played for the Maxtech Rage during the 2014 and 2015 spring hockey season.

Colin was a quiet kid but, on the ice, WOW. He had great puck handling and he was also a very solid center, always there to protect his teammates and mostly his goalie. Sometimes, he was able to put the opponent a sleep by dangling the puck and he would always come out with the puck in the corners.

He was never picked to play AAA winter hockey. At his first year Bantam, he played BB for the Loups des Collines and then the following year he played AA. Then, Colin joined a prep school in Hawkesbury Le Sommet Internatinal Hockey Academy for 2 years.

Colin was never drafted in the Quebec Junior Major draft but was invited this year to try out for the Sherbrooke team as an invitational player. He worked hard during the trials, he showed them what he could do, and his hard work paid off. He is now a QJMHL hockey player.

Good luck in this new adventure.


ACTIVITIES

On hold until pandemic slows down.

Drop the puck

We are proud to honor and announce our Champions of the Maxtech Cup 2019!

ATOM Level:

GREY won 9 to 1 over NAVY. The award winning players are Christian Gimpoli received the best point average per game, Felix Seguin was the most efficient goaltender, Taytum Thompson was nominated the most spectacular player, William Yan received an award for the most improved player and Christian Gimpoli received the best two way player of the summer.

PEEWEE Level:

PURPLE won 6 to 4 over Red. The award winning players are Jakob Bennett received the best point average per game, Myloh Lavecchia was the most efficient goaltender, Hunter Ramsey was nominated the most spectacular player, Corey Charpentier received an award for the most improved player and Jakob Bennett received the best two way player of the summer.

BANTAM Level:

YELLOW won 2 to 0 over BLUE. The award winning players are Nicholas Beaudry received the best point average per game, Zach Gaul was the most efficient goaltender, ?? was nominated the most spectacular player, ?? received an award for the most improved player and Fabrice Charbonneau received the best two way player.

MIDGET Level:

ORANGE won 4 to -1 over GREY. The award winning players are Jason Ferreira received the best point average per game, Alexandre Roy was the most efficient goaltender, ?? was nominated the most spectacular player, Christopher McLaren received an award for the most improved player and Vincent Lelievre received the best two way player of the summer.

ELITE Level:

RED 2 won over YELLOW 1. The award winning players are William Venne received the best point average per game, Remi Leblanc was the most efficient goaltender.