Daniil Chayka and Team Russia hold on for gold meaning silver for @HC_Men to bring home Summer Under-18 hardware for the 11th time in 12 years.
— CanadianHockeyLeague (@CHLHockey) August 10, 2019
Team Canada was a perfect 4-0 heading into the most important game of them all, the gold medal game. Taking on a talented Russian team who evidently proved to be more than Canada could handle as Russia takes the gold medal at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. Sudbury Wolves forward Quinton Byfield tallied a goal in the loss. Erie Otters defenseman and captain of Team Canada Jamie Drysdale earns player of the game honours.
#HorseHockey🐴 is proud to welcome Nick Mattinen (Oshawa, OHL) to the program ahead of the 2019-20 season!
Les Gee-Gees sont fiers d'annoncer la signature de Nick Mattinen!
— uOttawa Men's Hockey | Hockey Masculin (@GeeGeesMHKY) August 9, 2019
2014 sixth round pick of the London Knights Nick Mattinen will join the Ottawa GG’s mens hockey team. Nick played two season with London before he was moved to the Flint Firebirds to begin 2017-2018. Mattinen would then land in Hamilton before finishing his OHL career with the Oshawa Generals. The two time OHL Champion was drafted in the 2016 NHL Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs, Nick now takes his talents to USports hockey.