Allan Cup quest set to begin for Caribous

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Clarenville play first game today

The journey to win the Allan Cup begins today for the Clarenville Caribous.

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After arriving in host city Dundas, Ontario for the 2014 Allan Cup, Clarenville’s team is hoping for big wins in this year’s tournament.

The Caribous squad, along with other players from the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League is representing the Atlantic Provinces at the Allan Cup.

Their first round robin matchup is today at 3:30p.m. EST (5:00 NST) and they will be playing the Kenora Thistles of Hockey Northwestern Ontario.

The other team drawn in Clarenville’s division is the Brantford Blast of the Ontario Hockey Federation.

The other division includes host team, Dundas Real McCoys, defending champs Bentley Generals and the South East Prairie Thunder.

Yesterday, Brantford beat Kenora 5-4, and Dundas beat the Prairie Thunder 4-3.

The Caribous play Brantford tomorrow at 3:30p.m. EST.

The playoff round of the tournament begins on Thursday.

Organizations: Newfoundland Senior Hockey League, Ontario Hockey Federation

Geographic location: Clarenville, Ontario, Atlantic Provinces

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  • Brian Reid
    April 18, 2014 - 21:56

    I attended the Caribous game (semi-final) in Dundas against Bentley. The Caribous looked a little nervous and tense to me in the 1st period, but when they came out in the second they certainly cam out to win They did so with a 5 to 1 over Bentley.

  • Brian reid
    April 17, 2014 - 13:04

    I watched the Caribous win 6 to 2 yesterday in Dundas, Ontario. It was fabulous to see a goup of young men really step up and play so hard for the love to win. Very impressive!

  • Eleanor Graham
    April 15, 2014 - 12:53

    Was hoping there would be a web cast of the Caribous game.