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The 17-year-old has made a huge impression in the big games of this campaign and this is his last chance to shine in his time with the Oshawa Generals next season. General caught the attention of the Ottawa Senators and the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) for the 2016-17 season and beyond.

Cirelli equalised in the second half and then scored twice in extra time to give Oshawa the Mastercard Memorial Cup. The Generals became the first Ontario Hockey League team to win the OHL's first Memorial Trophy - the league's best team. The club was honored for the third time in franchise history after winning the Twirling Cup in 2004 and 2005 (2004-2005) and the Memorial Cup in 2009 (2009-2010). With victory over the Windsor Spitfires at the Air Canada Centre in Windsor on Saturday night, The General won the Cup for the first time since 1990.

The Generals won the OHL's first Memorial Trophy as the league's best team in the regular season and the Memorial Cup in its first year.

The following year he won the 1500 indoor at the Ontario Championships and in 1978 he won both the 800 and the 1 / 500 at the OFSAA Championships.

His title streak began in 1981 when he won the Canadian Championship in the 13 + category and followed in 1982 with the Canadian Championship 15 +. He also won a master's degree in Canada for 35 years, ending a five-year streak that included 15 Canadian championships and 15 gold medals. At the 1985 Winter Games in Ontario, he won 17 gold medals and his first of 15 gold medals in Canada. In 1985 he won 15 more gold medals in the 1500 and 1500 metres and his 17th gold medal at the Winter Games in Ontario.

In 1984, he was named Canadian Team of the Year, one of only two from Ontario. His glorious year was crowned by his appointment as a member of the Canadian Olympic team for the 1984 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

He helped found the Mixed Majors League in the 1960s and helped found the Ontario Women's Hockey League, Canada's first professional women's hockey league, in 1968. He coached the women's zone championship, which qualified for the national championships. Lee-Ann was involved as competition director at the Canadian Championships in Durham and a member of the provincial authority there, which won the Sport Recognition Award at the 1984 Toronto Olympics and the International Olympic Committee in 1988.

Lorraine was also a fine participant in bowling and was also part of the Oshawa squad that won the Ontario Ladies Softball Championship in 1934. In addition to his duties, Ken was also Director of Athletics at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT), where he oversaw the development of a number of sports programs including athletics, football, lacrosse and volleyball. Matt was assistant coach of Ontario from 1964 to 1971 Women's Hockey League (OHL) and the Canadian Hockey Association (CAA). In 1971, he received the Achievement Award of the Ontario Government for his commitment to amateur sport and served on the boards of directors of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Blue Jays. Matt also led the first - ever Ontario men's and women's softball and hockey league in Oshawa and led the first and only provincial hockey championships.

During his time there, Kevin participated in five NCAA championships in cross country and athletics, made the Dean's List several times and was a member of the UOIT men's and women's athletics teams. He represented Canada at the 1984 Summer Olympics, where he helped the Canadian junior team to silver and finished eighth in the 100m, 200m and 400m.

Kelowna star Leon Draisaitl, who led the tournament with seven points and was not used in both games against Oshawa, was named tournament MVP. Oshawawa beat the Rockets 3-1 in the first round of the OHL Memorial Cup on Friday night at Rogers Centre. Kelowne played a much better game and rarely allowed the generals to get their game going.

Tomas Soustal scored for Oshawa, who almost had the win when Kelowna pulled a shot past solid goalkeeper Ken Appleby in the third quarter. Video review showed Hunter Smith had hit him high with a stick, but video review showed he was hit high by the stick. Kelowa led the way in possession for much of the game, beating Oshawawa 22-10.

Kevin currently lives in Barrie, where he works as an assistant coach with the Barries Colts in the OHL. In 2003, he created and developed the Varsity Athletic sports program and was the driving force behind the construction of sports facilities on campus that serve not only students but the general public. Ken has given something back to the Oshawa community and campus through his involvement in baseball in Oshawawa, which he coached since 2005 and served as president until 2012. He plans to spend the next chapter of his life's work as a member of the Board of Directors at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

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