Huge House League Tournament Coming To Town
A huge hockey tournament is set to take place in Windsor this weekend, as it's the annual Families First House League Tournament at the WFCU Centre.
The tournament starts tomorrow afternoon and runs until Sunday, at all three of the community rinks at the WFCU Centre.
Tournament director, and vice-president of Riverside Minor Hockey Association, Launa Fleming says teams from across the province are taking part.
"We have teams from all over Ontario, Port Dover and Aylmer, London, Strathroy, Norwich, Oakridge, Mooretown, Simcoe, then we have locals such as Belle River, Amherstburg, LaSalle, Kent and Tilbury," says Fleming.
There are a total of 58 teams participating in 99 games over the next few days.
Fleming says they've let teams know in advance that parking could be an issue, especially on Saturday with the Spitfires also hosting Guelph in the annual Mickey Renaud tribute game.
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