More than 1,400 hockey players vied for a brand spanking new trophy at the 41st Guelph Power Play Tournament on the weekend.
The three-day tourney ran from Friday to Sunday at local rinks.
The Guelph Novice AA Junior Storm won their division with a 4-3 win over Windsor in the championship game on Sunday. They beat Gloucester Rangers 3-1 in the semifinals and had a 3-1-0 record in round robin play.
The Guelph Novice A Junior Storm reached their championship game Sunday and fell 3-0 to New Hamburg.
Approximately 1,435 players on 82 teams in 11 divisions competed at the tournament.
The tourney brings in an estimated $750,000 to the city, said tournament co-chair Mitch Lortie.
This year saw teams compete for a new trophy. The two-foot-tall prize will see champions and finalists of each division engraved on it, said Lortie.