LNHL fever officially hits Mississauga

Celebrating the 46th annual Little NHL in Mississauga By Neil Becker Sports Reporter MISSISSAUGA-If it’s March Break it is Lil’ NHL time and there is nothing small about a tournament that is drawing players from Ontario’s most northern reaches to southern Ontario with over 200 teams and an estimated 12,000 people descending on Mississauga for five days of tournament action.. The 46th annual hockey tournament has become a passion for youth from First Nations across Ontario who can’t wait to hit the ice, renew friendships and just play hockey! Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day says this year’s annual Little NHL tournament will continue the decades-old tradition of bringing together Ontario’s First Nation communities and fostering a sense of community and friendly competition amongst our youth. “The Little Native Hockey League…

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