Twenty-four teams suited up over the weekend in Rochester, New York, to compete in LEGACY Global Hockey’s Mite Full-Ice tournament. With four different divisions, this AAU event offered a unique opportunity for the smallest hockey players to compete on the big ice and we’ve got all of your tournament champions right here!
In the 2010 Elite Division, The Valley Forge X-Men dominated with a 6-0-0 record to take the championship over W.S. Hockey. In six games, the X-Men outscored opponents 47-to-6, scoring the most goals out of any team in any division at the tournament while also allowing the fewest goals as well.
The Mohawk Valley Stars claimed the 2010 AAA Division with an 8-3 win over the Hollydell Hurricanes. The two teams faced off in Game 1 of the tournament — a 4-3 finish in favor of the Stars — which started the 6-0-0 weekend run, culminating with a championship.
Straight Outta Scarborough came straight out of the 2011 Division final with a 4-3 championship win over the Mighty Buffaloes. Compiling a 6-0-0 record, Scarborough had a couple close games early in the weekend and needed overtime to take home the title on the final day of the tournament.
In the 2010/11 Mix Division, The Ashburn Rebels and Rochester Jr. Coalition separated themselves from the group skating to not one, but two close contests over the weekend. Friday evening, the Rebels outlasted Rochester 3-1 and ultimately went undefeated in pool play. The rematch came in the championship game on Sunday with a similar result, as Ashburn capped off a perfect 6-0-0 weekend record to earn the division title.
The full-ice experience for players at this age group is a unique opportunity and, in some cases the teams’ first chance to compete in a 200-foot game. With the Mite Full-Ice tournament and the Capital Cup in East Lansing, Michigan, LEGACY Global Hockey looks to create exclusive experiences for hockey players across North America. Be sure to check out a complete listing of our tournament offerings HERE to see where your hockey legacy will take you!