Six Nations squads enjoy success at Little NHL tournament

Six Nations is bringing home the hardware after a succesful Lil’ 8 (Photo by Laurie Martin)

By Sam Laskaris Writer A milestone edition of Ontario’s largest Indigenous youth hockey tournament is in the books. And it was a rather successful one for numerous Six Nations squads. The 50th annual Little Native Hockey League tourney, often simply called the Little NHL, concluded this past Thursday. A record 245 clubs participated in the event, which was primarily held at rinks in Markham. Arenas in Stouffville and Richmond Hill were also utilized during the four-day event. A total of nine clubs from Six Nations advanced to their A championship finals in competitive divisions or to their gold-medal matches in their recreational divisions, this past Thursday. Five of those local teams ended up winning their categories. All of those finals were held at the Angus Glen Community Centre in Markham….

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