Milton Menace celebrate win against Brantford 99ers


Published February 16, 2022 at 3:21 pm

The Milton Menace Jr. 'A' hockey club and the Milton Minor Hockey Association announced a joint partnership on Thursday to provide mentorship and coaching to youth players in the town. MILTON MENACE PHOTO

Even though the season was put on a brief pause due to COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario, the Milton Menace is celebrating another win.

Tuesday night (Feb. 15), the team won 7-4 against the Brantford 99ers.

At the beginning of January, the junior hockey team started the year off with a big win until the Ontario government made an announcement regarding new restrictions that would affect the season.

The announcement came on Jan. 3, when Premier Doug Ford said that due to a rapid rise in COVID-19 cases, the province would temporarily be moving to a modified Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen resulting in the remainder of the Ontario Junior Hockey League (OJHL) being put on hold.

On Jan. 31, the temporary restrictions were lifted, meaning the season was allowed to resume.

The Milton Menace are scheduled to play again on Feb. 18 against the Burlington Cougars.

Photo: The Milton Menace’s Twitter page
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