Real McCoys a favourite for MLH honours

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After icing a team that made a major impact in Major League Hockey last season, which included a trip to the championship series, the Dundas Real McCoys are looking to reach the next level this time around.

With the return of three first team all-stars and the addition of a former National Hockey League forward, combined with the absence of last season's defending champs, the Aylmer Blues, the team from Dundas has to be viewed as one of the favourites to wear the MLH crown at year's end.

Returning to the club that featured the top scoring attack in the then six-team pool from last season, is scoring champion Mark Jooris.

Alongside the silky smooth Jooris, the league's second leading scorer, Bobby Stewart will once again don the red and white for the Real McCoys.

Rounding out the all-star reunion in Dundas is first-team defender and leading point getter amongst blue liners a year ago, Marc West.

Along with the cast of familiar faces, a few newcomers have arrived and are ready to help the McCoys push for their 4th Robertson Cup title in the past six seasons.

The most notable addition to the Real McCoys family for the new campaign is one-time NHL winger, Mike Kennedy. The 33-year old skated in 145 NHL games, with stops in Toronto and Dallas. Kennedy most recently spent time overseas playing in the Swedish Elite League.

GM Don Robertson feels the inclusion of Kennedy will give the McCoys, and first year bench boss Scotty Morrison, one more weapon in their already loaded offensive arsenal.

"He has already played a couple of games and he will clearly be a premier player in this league."

Also new to the McCoys is rearguard David Bowman, who dressed for Johnstown in the East Coast Hockey League last season.

Dundas faithful can catch their first glimpse of the new players, and the returning all-stars, when they suit up in Real McCoys colours for the first time on home ice this season tonight (October 14) versus the Petrolia Squires.

Real McCoys a favourite for MLH honours

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After icing a team that made a major impact in Major League Hockey last season, which included a trip to the championship series, the Dundas Real McCoys are looking to reach the next level this time around.

With the return of three first team all-stars and the addition of a former National Hockey League forward, combined with the absence of last season's defending champs, the Aylmer Blues, the team from Dundas has to be viewed as one of the favourites to wear the MLH crown at year's end.

Returning to the club that featured the top scoring attack in the then six-team pool from last season, is scoring champion Mark Jooris.

Alongside the silky smooth Jooris, the league's second leading scorer, Bobby Stewart will once again don the red and white for the Real McCoys.

Rounding out the all-star reunion in Dundas is first-team defender and leading point getter amongst blue liners a year ago, Marc West.

Along with the cast of familiar faces, a few newcomers have arrived and are ready to help the McCoys push for their 4th Robertson Cup title in the past six seasons.

The most notable addition to the Real McCoys family for the new campaign is one-time NHL winger, Mike Kennedy. The 33-year old skated in 145 NHL games, with stops in Toronto and Dallas. Kennedy most recently spent time overseas playing in the Swedish Elite League.

GM Don Robertson feels the inclusion of Kennedy will give the McCoys, and first year bench boss Scotty Morrison, one more weapon in their already loaded offensive arsenal.

"He has already played a couple of games and he will clearly be a premier player in this league."

Also new to the McCoys is rearguard David Bowman, who dressed for Johnstown in the East Coast Hockey League last season.

Dundas faithful can catch their first glimpse of the new players, and the returning all-stars, when they suit up in Real McCoys colours for the first time on home ice this season tonight (October 14) versus the Petrolia Squires.

Real McCoys a favourite for MLH honours

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After icing a team that made a major impact in Major League Hockey last season, which included a trip to the championship series, the Dundas Real McCoys are looking to reach the next level this time around.

With the return of three first team all-stars and the addition of a former National Hockey League forward, combined with the absence of last season's defending champs, the Aylmer Blues, the team from Dundas has to be viewed as one of the favourites to wear the MLH crown at year's end.

Returning to the club that featured the top scoring attack in the then six-team pool from last season, is scoring champion Mark Jooris.

Alongside the silky smooth Jooris, the league's second leading scorer, Bobby Stewart will once again don the red and white for the Real McCoys.

Rounding out the all-star reunion in Dundas is first-team defender and leading point getter amongst blue liners a year ago, Marc West.

Along with the cast of familiar faces, a few newcomers have arrived and are ready to help the McCoys push for their 4th Robertson Cup title in the past six seasons.

The most notable addition to the Real McCoys family for the new campaign is one-time NHL winger, Mike Kennedy. The 33-year old skated in 145 NHL games, with stops in Toronto and Dallas. Kennedy most recently spent time overseas playing in the Swedish Elite League.

GM Don Robertson feels the inclusion of Kennedy will give the McCoys, and first year bench boss Scotty Morrison, one more weapon in their already loaded offensive arsenal.

"He has already played a couple of games and he will clearly be a premier player in this league."

Also new to the McCoys is rearguard David Bowman, who dressed for Johnstown in the East Coast Hockey League last season.

Dundas faithful can catch their first glimpse of the new players, and the returning all-stars, when they suit up in Real McCoys colours for the first time on home ice this season tonight (October 14) versus the Petrolia Squires.