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FIFTH AVENUE FAMILY DENTAL CENTRE
Dr Robert van Galen
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Orangeville JrA Flyers 2014 Main Camp
The Orangeville JrA Flyers 2014 Main Camp will run from Monday August 18 (11:00 am at the Alder Arena) to Sunday August 31.
Check Events/Calendar for Home and Away Preseason Games beginning Thursday August 21
The regular season starts on Saturday September 6, 2014
(see 2014-2015 Season Schedule)
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Help Support "SPENSERS KIDS"
To help support "SPENSERS KIDS", the Orangeville Junior A Flyers hockey club are holding their 2nd annual baseball tournament on Saturday August 9th, Rotary Park.
Please consider entering a team (mixed) to help support this wonderful association started up by friends and family of Spenser.
At the same time, enjoy a great day of baseball fun!! The Orangeville Lions food booth will be back serving up breakfast and lunch. Beer garden will be open to quench your thirst. Cash prizes for 1st & 2nd place!!
Please contact Eileen Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Spots are filling up quickly so please register as soon as possible!!!!
McHappy Day in Orangeville
Here are a few pics from last night's McHappy Day in Orangeville.
The boys were selling Ronald McDonald "shoes:" for $1.00 to the drive thru customers. On a side note, our own Orangeville McDonalds raises the most money for McHappy Day in all of Canada. And it is known has one of busiest restaurants around.
Representing the Orangeville Junior A Flyers club are Dana Baker, Austin Kozluk and Emmerson Small.
Orangeville Junior A Flyers Team and Staff Provide Home-Cooked Meals
On Sunday, April 27th, 2014 a group of 12 Orangeville Junior A hockey team players and staff cooked dinner for about 100 of the residents of the Ronald McDonald House (RMDH) in Toronto.
The Home for Dinner program invites groups to prepare a meal in the House kitchens for the families staying at RMDH. Once the team learned of the opportunity, Eileen Warren, Director of Community Events, spearheaded the involvement of the Orangeville Junior A Flyers in this initiative.
The Orangeville Junior A Flyers hockey club generously provided the donation for all the food purchased. Families enjoyed a wonderful, home cooked meal of spaghetti, penne, Caesar salad, garlic bread, veggies and dip and an endless selection of yummy desserts.
The heartfelt appreciation received from the residents was overwhelming. It was moving to be able to make life the tiniest bit easier for people that who are coping with the stress of taking care of their families as well as a seriously ill child so far from home on a daily basis.
What these families are going through is unimaginable to most people. It was apparent how much they appreciated coming back to the comfort of a home.
Mike Johnson receives a Sesquicentennial Commemorative Award
Mayor Rob Adams presented Mike Johnson with a Sesquicentennial Commemorative Award at Orangeville Council last night. Active in the donor awareness program, Mr. Johnson is a very active volunteer in the community. He has spent many years volunteering for Orangeville Minor Hockey, as well as Orangeville Jr. B Hockey and continues to work with Orangeville Jr. A Hockey. A former member of the Orangeville Kinsmen, he is also a member of the Royal Canadian Legion. The award recognizes Orangeville’s first 150 years and people who have contributed to the community.
Flyers Hire Caruso as New Head Coach
The Orangeville Jr. A Flyers will be headed in a new direction for the 2014-2015 Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) season and will be looking to recently named head coach Jamie Caruso to lead the way.
Caruso, who coached the Mississauga Rebels AAA Midgets for the past four seasons, will replace Kevin Stone behind the Flyers bench for the upcoming year and has been handed the task of coordinating the Flyers rise up the standings.
And there is nowhere to go but up!
The Flyers finished last in the OJHL with a 4-46-1-2 record this past season, and will be looking to overhaul the club for the year ahead.
Stone has been with the Flyers for the past three seasons, two as an associate coach with Bob Noble, before taking over the head coaching duties when Noble retired prior to the past campaign.
“Unfortunately the team’s record speaks for it self and management feels that is time for a change,” said general manager Dana Baker, in announcing the coaching change. “Kevin Stone is a good coach and an outstanding person with a lot of hockey knowledge. He will undoubtedly return to coaching at a high level in the near future.”
Baker added that Stone has been offered an opportunity to stay in the organization.
Caruso and his new staff are no strangers to the Orangeville area. Caruso is a Bolton resident while assistant coaches Aaron Alphonso, Bill Bradford and Craig Teeple, all hail from Orangeville. Lucky DeGrazia, the owner of Brampton’s Varsity Hockey Training Centre, will handle player development. Varsity will handle all the dryland training for the team next season.
Flyers Hire Caruso as New Head Coach
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Rookie goalie Michael Hutchinson leads Winnipeg Jets to shootout win over Bruins
MIchael Hutchinson, making just his second NHL start in goal for Winnipeg, stopped 36 of 37 shots and three more in the shootout against the Boston Bruins for his first career victory. He played 8 games with Orangeville in the 2006/2007 season and the Barrie Colts brought him up to the OHL.
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Orangeville JrA Flyers 2013-2014
FONSECA COMMITS TO ROCHESTER COLLEGE
Orangeville Flyers defenceman Brian Fonseca (photo credit: Tim Bates/OJHL Images) has confirmed his commitment to join the Rochester College Warriors beginning with the 2014-15 ACHA season.
The Etobicoke, Ontario native joined the OJHL in 2009-10, playing four games with the Mississauga Chargers as a 16/17-year old. Fonseca would join the Chargers full-time over the next two seasons, recording two goals and nine points in 87 regular season contests. After playing last year with the Thorold Blackhawks of the GOJHL, Fonseca returned to the OJHL this season as one of the Flyers veteran blueliners, recording four assists in 34 games played.
Congratulations to Brian and best of luck in his future endeavours
Forslund earns SUNYAC honors
Blake Forslund (Owen Sound, Ont.), former Orangeville Jr A Flyer was named Rookie of the Week in men's ice hockey.
Forslund, a Fredonia State Blue Devil freshman forward, had points in both Blue Devil games over the weekend vs. the Morrisville Mustang -- an assist in a 2-0 win last Friday and two goals in a 5-2 win Saturday. The three-point weekend gave him seven points on the season (4 goals, 3 assists).
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Blake in Orangeville JrA Flyer Action
Blake in Fredonia State Blue Devil Action
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