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2020 RMC - Postponed
Posted By: Admin
Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Unfortunately, due to the complications and uncertainty of Covid-19, the 2020 Rocky Mountain Classic has been cancelled.
We look forward to seeing you in 2021.

Yale Lions win 2019 RMC
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, November 10, 2019

Congratulations to the Yale Lions for winning Gold at the 2019 Rocky Mountain Classic!
GOLD:  Yale Lions
SILVER:  West Van Warriors
BRONZE:  Delta Academy Green
2019 All-Stars
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, November 10, 2019

MacLean Hockey - Watch List (Day 4)
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, November 10, 2019


Otto Hanson (Calgary Royals)
A very intelligent and mature two-way player with great potential, Hanson is a great zone entry option who can calm the play down and really create time and space for his teammates. Hanson reads the physics of the game very well and hunts pucks effectively off bounces and turnovers. The headsy forward doesn't always find the scoresheet but that is likely to change in the future and he is an obvious catalyst for this Royals squad. The future is bright here!
Tyler Parr (RHA)
A hard shooting forward who continuously finds good space away from the puck, Parr has a quick release, can carry the puck well and proved to be a very strong goal scoring option for his team all tournament long. Parr played hero for RHA in their final game against the Calgary Royals netting the game winning goal (in addition to an earlier goal and 2 assists)
Casey Black (Calgary Flames)
Black was highly noticeable in all of the Flames games during the tournament. The extremely mobile defender was all over the ice, stripping pucks, throwing solid lateral hip checks and jumping up into the rush to create scoring option support for the Flames. His get in the way type defense is fearless and he was consistently one of the hardest players to play against in the entire event.
Noah Heinrich (OHA Edmonton)
Heinrich isn't always the most noticeable player on the ice but if you watch you realize he is most likely the smartest player on the ice, consistently. He is a smooth skating, highly mobile defender with outstanding positional awareness and pristine decision making. It seems with Heinrich that if there is a smart to be played, he somehow finds an even smart play.
Lukas Dragicevic (Delta Green)
His energy and joy of competition is contagious. Watching Dragicevic celebrate his teams goals will bring a smile to your face, and with his skill set, it doesn't take long to get the opportunity to see it. Dragicevic has excellent transitional instinct and can really control the pace of play on his shifts.
Tanner Molendyk (Yale)
Molendyk did nothing but win fans all tournament long. He is just about everything you could ask for or want in a defender and leader. The Yale captain can dominate in all three zones and on either side of the puck. His strength and physicality often catches opponents off guard. He showed some great courage and guts in the tournament final and while he was eventually unable to continue playing due to an injury, his presence was still evident as his team rallied to capture the title.
Logan Wormald/Zach Benson (Yale)
Wormald and Benson had themselves a game in the final. Neither player needs much room to make a play and they proved their value pacing Yale with 2 goals apiece with Benson adding 2 assists to capture the tournament scoring title as well. Together with Emmitt Finnie, the trio proved to be the most dangerous combinations in the tournament.
Tristen Doyle (NAX)
Often overlooked on a roster filled with talent, Doyle is the perfect stabilizing defensive presence that allows his high octane offensive-minded teammates to do their thing. A great skater with strong two-way instinct and overall vision, Doyle is consistently impactful on both sides of the puck and could be viewed as NAX's most important player due to his ability to mitigate the explosive offensive risk taking on the roster that likes to jump up ice.
Harper Lolacher (Notre Dame)
Lolacher is the type of player most coaches love to have on their team and hate to see out on the ice against them. A committed physical and energetic presence, he can really up the pressure and speed of the game at times and force opponents into making a lot of mistakes. He plays a hard-nosed punishing style and has some offensive skill to capitalize on the opportunities his work ethic and physicality can create.
Harrison Lodewyk (Red Deer)
A quick and energetic player, Lodewyk wins races all over the ice and shows great strength on his edges making him a real threat to drive in from his impressive outside rushes. When Lodewyk hits the ice, the game gets faster because of it and most players struggle to keep up with his speed. With the puck he is not only dangerous in terms of the space he can create with his speed but he also possesses a deceptively quick and heavy release on the puck that often catches goaltenders by surprise.

MacLean Hockey - Watch List (Day 3)
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, November 10, 2019


Emmitt Finnie (Yale)
Want to know what a playmaker is? Watch Finnie for a shift and you'll know exactly what it means. Finnie's vision and instinct with the puck amplifies the skill of everyone else on the ice. He can seem like he has eyes in the back of his head at times and is a bit of throwback to superstar playmakers of yesteryear with his ability to quarterback the play from behind his opponent's net.
Oliver Tulk (Delta Green)
Tulk has just gotten better with every game in the tournament. He's a gritty and likeable player who isn't afraid to take his game to the hardest areas of the ice to succeed.  Watch out for his shot, as his release is well beyond his years, but strength isn't his only attribute as he has shown game in and game out how well he can drive the net and finesse plays with the puck.
Aiden Oiring (Calgary Royals)
The Calgary speedster impresses at every turn. He's got a great motor and can really dictate the pace of play. His shifty skating ability can really send defenders scrambling but it's his eyes that are the most dangerous, his ability to process information and react to what he sees is elite.
Saige Weinstein (NAX)
Perhaps one of the most eye catching players in his age group nationwide, Weinstein has an Erik Karlsson type appeal to his game. He is extremely explosive and plays with great compete. He can turn up ice in a heartbeat and his quick decision making matches his lighting quick speed.
Mikhail Volotovskii (Calgary Bisons)
A slick and smooth playmaker, Volotovskii has highlight reel ability around the puck and a great sense for distributing the puck. His ability to handle the puck in the perimeter and draw defenders is extremely fun to watch. He shows great chemistry with fellow Bison Ivan Kedrov, giving the Bisons a very difficult 1-2 punch for opponents to attempt to contain.
Scott Miner (RHA)
Miner is a hard-nosed two-way defender who often proves a real pain to play against. His ability to calm the play down and get plays started for his team doesn't go unnoticed as teams often change gameplans to try and take away his ability to create time and space but more than often his composure comes out on top.
Marcus Pacheco (OHA Edmonton)
Pacheco broke out in the quarterfinals displaying some great intensity and quick edge control and agility off the rush. He has great quickness in his hands and feet that can allow him to separate well from defenders and create great offensive chances. His 2 goals against the Flames were the difference in pushing his squad into the semi-finals.
Carter Yakemchuk (Calgary Flames)
One of the more reliable two-way defenders in the entire age group, Yakemchuk shows great puck poise in his own end and proves to be very evasive and nearly immune to forecheckers at times. Yakemchuk is the type of player who can do a little bit of everything and has proven that in this event, creating offense, shutting down elite offensive opponents and stepping up for a couple of the biggest and cleanest hits in the tournament thus far.
Tyler Chan (BWC)
Chan is a skill coach's dream. His skating could be captured on video and showed for years to come as to what an efficient stride and explosive acceleration look like. He is as smooth as they come with the puck and plays the game with sort of charm and respect that deserves recognition. The BWC captain is an absolute joy to watch.
Grayden Slipec (West Van)
Slipec might be the name on this list who could have been here every single day. The West Van playmaker has been lights out in this event and has paced the potent West Van attack to some big scores. Slipec doesn't much room to strike and finds opportunity in every little mistake an opponent makes. He has showcased some great passing, distribution and overall playmaking ability as well as a scorer's touch off the rush and out of zone play. He will undoubtedly be an impact player again on Day 4 of this event. 

Final Matchups
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, November 10, 2019

MacLean Hockey - Watch List (Day 2)
Posted By: Admin
Friday, November 8, 2019


Jaden Iyogun (Northstars)
What makes a standout performance? How about a game winning shorthanded goal in the last minute of a game. That's what Iyogun pulled off against RHA. A quick and highly athletic forward, he can really create offense well on his own. Shoutout to his teammate Noah Nelson for a 43 save performance as well.

Carter Capton (Yale)
Capton posted a 25 save shutout of OHA Edmonton and was in complete control the entire game. Capton is technically advanced and a strong puck tracker giving Yale a formidable last line of defense.

Deagan McMillan (Delta Green)
McMillan strung together 2 solid performances on day 2 of the tournament. A gritty and energetic forward McMillan creates a ton of chances with good hard physical pressure and some good hands around the net.

Brett Calhoon (OHA)
A full on roughband tumble forechecker, Calhoon is often owed the credit for OHA scoring chances. A great angler and puck tracker, his pressure is overwhelming for opponents at times. Earns every chance he gets with great efforts.

Austin Zemlak (OHA Edmonton)
An intimidatingly explosive presence on the ice, Zemlak plays the game hard and opponents need to be aware of his presence on the ice. Outside of some great physicality, Zemlak also possesses the ability to rush the puck and has a cannon from the point.

Kooper Gizowksi (NAX)
A high octane goal scorer, Gizowski can score from a variety of areas and is a consistent threat to shoot when the puck is on his tape. His shot release catches even the most focused goaltenders off guard.

Brent Hoshowski (Lloydminster)
Hoshowski is the middle lane presence that forces opposing defensive schemes to tighten up. A strong and stable skater with a great stick, if he is left unchecked at the net front, it's likely he's going to tip a puck in. He's a handful and a half around the puck.

Matthew Paskiewicz (Calgary Flames)
The Calgary center showcased his excellent playmaking skills and chemistry with linemates Thomas Matte and Drew Freer by racking up another multi-point effort. His creative passing instincts have been extremely difficult to defend through 2 days of the tournament.

Andrew Lacroix (West Van)
A very well rounded player with high level hockey IQ and a smooth offensive skill set, Lacroix tallied a hat trick against RHA leading his team to a 5-1 win. He is often the leader of a team that is stacked with talent.

Connor Koponyas (Calgary Royals)
A 4 goal game from Koponyas paced the Royals in a highly competitive 5-5 tie with OHA Edmonton. Koponyas was all over the ice winning pucks and finding ways to jam pucks into the opposing net.

MacLean Hockey - Watch List (Day 1)
Posted By: Admin
Thursday, November 7, 2019


Caden Brown (Delta Green)
A complete player who always seems to be in the right place at the right time. Leads the charge for his team often.

Jackson Unger (Calgary Bisons)
Very controlled and poised goaltender with great tracking skills and technical ability. Has the potential to steal games in his own.

Drew Freer (Calgary Flames)
A gritty and versatile forward with great intensity and competitive desire. Can will his team to win at times or can score 3 goals to do it himself as he did in game 1 of this event.

Anthony Wilson (NAX)
An intelligent player with good power forward potential, Wilson outmuscled opponents all the over the ice and thrives from the slot down.

Ryker Singer (Lloydminster)
An electrifying offensive force, Singer plays the game at a higher speed than most. Singer can be near impossible to contain off the rush and competes extremely hard consistently.

JJ Francheschetti (Notre Dame)
Stood out on day 1 for his commitment to physical play and applying pressure on forechecks. His ability to take a way time is space makes an impact for his team. Shows some flashes of very good offensive skill as well.

Luke Ashton (BWC)
The hulking Burnaby defender is not hard to miss as he stands over most other players at this level. What sets him apart is how well he can move for his size and watch out if he's got time to shoot as he can absolutely wire the puck.

Jordan Keller (Yale)
Yale boasts a deep attack and a number of Yale players deserve mention but Keller managed a hat trick in his first game displaying a deep set of skills and ability to score from a variety of situations. This kid thinks the game extremely well.

Jayden Perron (Winnipeg Warriors)
A slick and smooth offensive playmaker, Perron displays great edge control and elusive puck control skills. He was a consistent threat all game long against OHA Edmonton.

Kaden Hammell (West Van)
West Van is a very deep team and could populate this entire list on their own undoubtedly but Hammell is worth mentioning early as he is a dynamic powerful catalyst from the back end. Great stick skills and a high end hockey IQ make him a real threat from any zone on the ice.

B&P - All-Star Jerseys
Posted By: Admin
Tuesday, October 29, 2019

CCM - Tourney MVP
Posted By: Admin
Tuesday, October 29, 2019

2019 Tournament League Leaders
Connor Koponyas
Calgary Royals (K4)
Drew Freer
Calgary Flames (C1)
Caden Brown
Delta Green (R1)
Oliver Tulk
Delta Green (R1)
Zachary Benson
Yale Lions (K1)
Grayden Slipec
West Van Warriors (L1)
Zachary Benson
Yale Lions (K1)
Matteo Fabrizi
Yale Lions (K1)
Matthew Paskiewicz
Calgary Flames (C1)
Marek Howell
Calgary Royals (K4)
Zachary Benson
Yale Lions (K1)
Oliver Tulk
Delta Green (R1)
Connor Koponyas
Calgary Royals (K4)
Grayden Slipec
West Van Warriors (L1)
Ryker Singer
Lloydminster Bobcats (C3)

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