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Cambridge Atom HL Phantoms are Alliance Champions
Submitted By webmaster on Monday, April 15, 2019
The Cambridge Phantoms Atom House League team won the Day of Champions last March 30th at Preston Auditorium.  This qualified the team to compete in this year's Alliance Atom House League Championship in Woodstock.

Cambridge tied Waterloo 2-2 on their first game, then defeated Brantford 4-0, and the North London Nationals 3-2 in their next two games to qualify for the playoff round. The Cambridge Phantoms then went on to outplay St. Catharines in the semi final game winning 4-2 earning them a birth in the finals.


The Phantoms were up against a stiff opponent in the finals in having to play Kitchener.  Kitchener entered the finals undefeated and had yet to concede a goal throughout the tournament. Kitchener scored 2 quick goals within the first two minutes of the first period.  Cambridge never gave up and eventually got their first goal before the end of the second period.  Cambridge managed to tie the game up at the 6-minute mark of the third.  Kitchener scored with 2:07 left in the third period to take a 3-2 lead.  Cambridge determined to win, pulled their goalie and managed to tie the game with 47 second left. Cambridge then gained possession again and scored the winning goal with 10 seconds left and held on for a 4-3 win victory.


The Cambridge Phantoms had a fantastic season managing to win the Christmas Tournament, Day of Champions and the Alliance Atom House League Championship.


Cambridge Phantoms players are Nolan Pembleton, Evan Quinn, Dylan Da Silva, Jackson Arruda, Liam Wynne, Lincoln Hart, Kareem Amer, Saeed Rasheed, Jack Danson, Sol Kwak, Jerry Skoyles and Kyle Haas.
Head Coach Jason Pembleton and Coaching Staff Sean Wynne, Jim Danson and Paul Skoyles.
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