Submitted By Mitch Lortie on Sunday, January 15, 2017 (148 views)
Congratulations to the PeeWee house league Guelph Team 5 Orange Gryphons on winning the Walter Gretzky House League Tournament on January 6th to the 8th weekend in Brantford Ontario.
Team 5 went undefeated in the tournament beating North London in the finals 5-3.
AE - Minor Bantam:
Submitted By Lori Jansen on Sunday, January 08, 2017 (202 views)
Minor Bantam AE Team wins 50th
annual Hespeler Olympic Rep Tournament!
Over the Christmas
holidays, the Guelph Gryphons Minor Bantam AE team participated in the 50th annual Hespeler Olympic
Rep Tournament. The Gryphons finishing second in the round robin behind
Northumberland who narrowly beat them 1-0 in a close battle. Guelph then
faced Milton in the semi-final, winning the game handily 5-2. This set up
a re-match with Northumberland in the final. The Gryphons jumped out to a 1-0 lead on their very first
shift of the game and due to a amazing team effort never looked back.
Northumberland was only able to score on a 5-3 opportunity. The Jr.
Gryphons earned their championship with a 3-1 victory. Well done
AE - Minor Bantam:
Submitted By Lori Jansen on Monday, December 26, 2016 (228 views)Our Minor Bantam AE players are Coach4Food Champions!
Way to go Gryphons! The team will be invited to practice with the Guelph Storm Coaches @ The Sleeman centre in the new year.
Together we raised over 6936lbs of food for our Community!
Well done Gryphs!
Tyke - Tyke A:
Submitted By Mike Rossit on Friday, November 25, 2016 (798 views)
The Tyke A Gryphons traveled to Bradford,
Ontario to compete in the 2016 Blue and Gold Classic hockey tournament. Read More
AA - PeeWee:
Submitted By Danny Descary on Tuesday, November 22, 2016 (590 views)
This past weekend, the Guelph Jr. Gryphons Peewee AA team participated in the 45th annual Guelph Power Play Tournament. The Jr. Gryphons completed the round robin at 3-1 finishing second in the group behind the Kanata Blazers. Guelph faced the Alliance leading, Woodstock Navy Vets in the semi-final, winning the game 4-2. This set up a re-match with the Kanata Blazers in the final who handed Guelph their only loss in the round robin. After falling behind 1-0, the Jr. Gryphons poured it on beating Kanata 4-1 taking the championship on home ice! Thanks to all the families for their support throughout the tournament and especially in the final. It was a great atmosphere at the W.E.R.C! Well done boys!!
A - Minor Bantam:
Submitted By Alison Armstrong on Monday, November 21, 2016 (770 views)
A win, a loss and a tie left the Guelph Gryph Minor Bantams wondering
would they have it in them to face two tough opponents during the semis and finals?
A - PeeWee:
Submitted By Roy Sidnell on Monday, November 21, 2016 (618 views)
Only two weeks removed from their first taste of Gold, the Peewee A Gryphons claimed the 45th Guelph Powerplay tournament, topping the Uxbridge Stars 3-1 in a back-and-forth affair. Read More
A - PeeWee:
Submitted By Roy Sidnell on Monday, November 07, 2016 (863 views)
A drive to La Belle Province proved successful when the Peewee A Gryphons finished off the CAN/AM Challenge Cup with a 1-0 victory in Montreal. Read More
AA - PeeWee:
Submitted By Danny Descary on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 (704 views)
This past weekend, the Guelph Jr. Gryphons Peewee AA team
enjoyed a fantastic time in Lake Placid NY.
The overcast skies, rain and even a bunch of snow Saturday night couldn’t
dampen the mood. The boys went
undefeated in round robin play and then had a re-match vs. the New England Stars
Premier team in the Finals, beating them again, 3-0 to capture the Gold Medal
at the Can/Am Challenge Cup! The boys
and parents represented the City of Guelph incredibly and received many
compliments from other teams and tournament organizers. If this was your first time in Lake Placid or
your third, this
tournament was one for the books and one I think we will all remember for a
long time!! Well done boys!!
AE - Atom:
Submitted By Andy Weiler on Monday, October 24, 2016 (1184 views)
We left our driveways at 7:00am Friday morning and when the final buzzer sounded at 7:00pm Sunday evening, the boys were champs! Our team played hard through the round robin, defeating all three teams they faced. Competition was stiff in the semi final and final games, but through hard work, grit and determination, the kids prevailed. Thanks to the coaching staff for being positive, motivating and developing players the right way. Thanks to the parent group for creating and fostering an environment that is really fun to be a part of and thanks to the boys for all of your efforts. Fantastic!