Sudbury Minor Midget Wolves of the Great North Midget Hockey League returned from a season-opening tournament in Markham by winning three of four games.
In the victory column, Sudbury defeated the Oakville Rangers 4-3, blanked the Mississauga Reps 1-0 and trimmed the host Markham Waxers by 6-1 margin.
Sudbury’s only loss was a 3-1 decision to the Toronto Young Nationals.
Devon Savignac and Cameron Walker both had a three-goal weekend to pace the Minor Midget Wolves while Chase Stillman found the back of the net twice. Chris Innes, Ethan Marois, Bradley Brunet and Alex Antoine all tallied solo goals for Sudbury.
Pat Boivin was in net for two of the Wolves wins and Jake Marois had the shutout in the victory over Mississauga.
Chris McDougall, who is an assistant coach for the Minor Midget Wolves, told Hockey News North that a lot of positives were taken away from the weekend.
“Overall, we were pleased with this being our first time seeing most of them play … we took away lots of positives about our team’s game,” McDougall began.
“We have have a very fast, skilled, hard working team,” McDougall added. “There are still things we need to bear down on and clean up in our game but we are very happy with the way we started the year and our staff is excited to build off it with our players.”