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Connor MacKenzie Proud Recipient of the GTHL Gord Hughes Scholarship

Connor MacKenzie Proud Recipient of the GTHL Gord Hughes 2018 Minor Midget AAA ScholarshipMarlboros Connor MacKenzie Proud Recipient of the GTHL Gord Hughes 2018 Minor Midget AAA Scholarship.

The Award recognizes a Minor Midget AAA player who achieves a high standard of excellence academically and in hockey. Connor will be honored at the Annual GTHL Awards Night on June 15th at the Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel.

As a 7-Year Marlboro Connor MacKenzie has been a stand up force minding the net for a very successful 2002 Team over the years.

Having been drafted in the most recent 2018 OHL Priority Draft by the Sarnia Sting, the years of hard work and the commitment by both himself and family is coming to fruition. Connor is a true student-athlete who is aspiring to reach the highest level he can in hockey while pursuing a career in law.

Marlboros wish you all the success possible in your pursuit of your dreams.

Toronto Marlboros Hockey Club Honor all 2017-18 Players

The Toronto Marlboros Hockey Club Honor all 2017-18 Players at their Year-End Banquet The Toronto Marlboros held their Annual Banquet on Wednesday, April 11th to recognize the players, their parents, our coaches, and all the volunteers of the organization for their efforts during the 2017-18 season.  The Venetian Banquet Hall in Woodbridge was our venue. … Continue Reading

Minor Midgets Crowned GTHL Champions

The Marlboros Minor Midget Team was hard-pressed by a strong Mississauga Reps team throughout the championship series.  Had it not been for a strong team and not by individual performances, the outcome may have been different.  Despite playing with an injured line-up, in any given game, different players rose to the challenge to take responsibility… Continue Reading

“Lest We Forget”

REMEMBRANCE DAY Thanks, Sacrifice, Remember Five years ago members of the Toronto Marlboros Executive team, including Jim Nicoletti, Michael Chraba and Alan Findlay travelled to Ottawa to support the Peewee team in the OHF Provincial Finals.  While in the nation’s capital, Jim and Alan took time to visit the Canadian War Museum. Not only were… Continue Reading