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Atom A win Guelph Powerplay Tournament
Submitted By webmaster on Monday, November 19, 2018
The Cambridge Hawks Atom A team just won their second tournament in a row this weekend. 
The Hawks tied their first game and then went on to win 5 in a row to win the Guelph Powerplay Championship, outscoring their opponents 22-3 in the process.  This is also the second tournament in a row that the Hawks went undefeated by playing a solid team game. 
The Atom A squad has an impressive 15-1-1 record in tournament play this year heading into their December Silverstick tournament.

Congratulations Hawks!

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