TORONTO, ON - ViseSports.com, a leading online sports and social media site, along with the North Bay Trappers, the host of the 2012-13 Dudley-Hewitt Cup and an NOJHL Member team, are pleased to announce the launch of the 2012-2013 Dudley-Hewitt Cup Championship website at http://www.dudleyhewittcup.com.
The Dudley-Hewitt Cup is a four-team tournament that serves
as Hockey Canada's Central Canadian Junior 'A' Championship (being played from April 30-May 4 in North Bay, Ontario) with the winner going on to play in the RBC Cup National Junior 'A' Championship .
The champion from each of the OJHL, the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) and the Superior International Junior Hockey League (SIJHL) take part in a round-robin tournament, along with the host team, the North Bay Trappers.
“The Trappers and the North Bay junior hockey fans are very pleased to be in a position to Host this season's Central Canadian Championships in the storied North Bay Memorial Gardens this April 30th to May 4th,“ stated Trappers Club Chairman Tim Clayden.
"What makes this season extremely exciting for us in North Bay and for all NOJHL teams is that no team at this point in the season is a clear cut favourite to attend the Dudley Hewitt Cup this spring. It is a credit to all NOJHL franchises that the league is so very exciting and competitive for all teams and fans this season, making this springs Central Canadian Championship even more exciting. ViseSports.com has once again, put this event up and above and on the leading edge when it comes to technology and social media. We know all fans will enjoy and appreciate the opportunity to be more involved in the Dudley Hewitt Cup from the get go."
"We could not be more proud to have one of our most storied NOJHL franchises, the North Bay Trappers, hosting the 2013 Dudley Hewitt Cup,” commented NOJHL Commissioner Robert Mazzuca.
“I am extremely confident the host committee, the Trapper ownership group, their fans, the City of North Bay and the volunteers will work cohesively towards ensuring the championship is not only successful in North Bay, and the legacy left will provide a blueprint for the others to follow.”