The Toronto Titans will host this year’s All-Ontario Bantam AAA Championship. The tournament will be held at Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre from April 1st to 5th.
Host Organizing Committee Chair and GM of the Titans Eric Cella says he and his organization are very excited to host the 2019 All-Ontario Bantam AAA Championship: “We look forward to being part of a great event with the best Bantam teams in the Province. It’s the first time for the Toronto Titans Organization to Host an OHF Championship and we are working to ensure that it will be remembered as one of the best!”
The Titans were GTHL finalists in the 2017/18 season. They had a perfect record of 5-0 to start the 18/19 season at the Buffalo Jr. Sabres Pre-Season Exhibition. They went on to win the Eastern Exposure Cup in New Hampshire in November 2018. Off the ice, the team has great camaraderie, giving back to their community through several initiatives. The Titans organization holds an annual “Give Back Day,” where their teams go out in their community and do something good. The host Bantam Titans chose to spend their day preparing meals and then delivering and serving them at Na-Me-Res, an Aboriginal men’s homeless shelter in Toronto.
Learn more about the Titans organization’s off-ice initiatives by hearing from two 2004 Bantam AAA Titans players:
“The Titans really emphasize giving back. Every year we do something to give back. We’ve skated with disabled players, prepared food for homeless shelters and even helped at local churches. I have developed so many great relationships and memories with the Titans over the years. I never thought that I would go from a little kid who just wanted to play hockey to a teenager who’s on an exceptional hockey team with an exceptional group of guys and have the ability to be hosting the OHF’s!” – Nicholas Moldenhauer, 6 Year Titan Veteran
“One special opportunity that I have appreciated with the team is the exposure I have had with one of our Coaches. His name is Matthew and he is two years older than I am. Matthew may have special needs but he is a very special coach on the bench as he supports our team, encourages us, cheers us on and has taught me to do my best every time I am on or off the ice.” – Cuan Doig, 6 Year Titan Veteran