2024 U14 OHL CUP PRESENTED BY DAIRY FARMERS OF ONTARIO DETAILS, News (OMHA AAA League)

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Mar 18, 2024 | Ontario Minor Hockey Association | 248 views
2024 U14 OHL CUP PRESENTED BY DAIRY FARMERS OF ONTARIO DETAILS
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA), in partnership with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), is proud to announce the details of the 2024 Under-14 (U14) OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO).

The event will comprise of the top 16 U14 AAA teams (as indicated below):

  • OMHA – Champion, Finalist, 3rd Place Team, 4th Place Team (4)
  • GTHL – Champion, Finalist, 3rd Place Team (3)
  • ALLIANCE – Champion, Finalist, 3rd Place Team (3)
  • HEO – Champion, Finalist (2)
  • NOHA – Champion (1)
  • WILDCARD – By Invite (3)

The U14 OHL Cup will take place at the INVISTA Centre in Kingston on April 19-21, 2024 and provide the players and parents with an introduction to the OHL, along with showing them an exciting experience to end their season.

Last year, the Toronto Jr. Canadiens defeated the Barrie Jr. Colts in the gold medal game.

“The OHL is excited to continue its partnership with the Ontario Minor Hockey Association as the U14 OHL Cup presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario makes its way east to Kingston,” said OHL Commissioner David Branch. “Last year we saw the Toronto Jr. Canadiens emerge as champions of both the U14 OHL Cup and U16 OHL Cup and we're looking forward to this tremendous opportunity for U14 AAA players once again as we expand the tournament from 12 to 16 participating teams."
 
“We are thankful for the continued support from Dairy Farmers of Ontario and Ontario Hockey League in hosting this premier event for U14 AAA teams from across the province,” said OMHA Executive Director Ian Taylor. “We look forward to welcoming all the participating teams to Kingston and wish them the best of luck."

“Dairy Farmers of Ontario proudly partners with OMHA and OHL and is thrilled to once again sponsor the U14 OHL Cup in support of all the talented athletes competing this year,” said Cheryl Smith, Chief Executive Officer at DFO. “On behalf of Ontario’s 3,213 dairy producers and their families, we want to wish everyone good luck and recognize their dedication and perseverance to be part of the top 16 teams at this year’s tournament.”

Visit u14ohlcup.ca as more information will be announced closer to the event, including schedule and live streaming details.