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Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac

Tribune Photo By Ned Bekavac

Brett Reynolds of the Guelph Atom AA Junior Storm celebrates after scoring a goal against the Sudbury Bulldogs Saturday at the Sleeman Centre. The game was part of the 41st annual Guelph Power Play Tournament which took place in city rinks from Friday to Sunday.

Hockey heaven

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.

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