Players from Labrador, PEI, Cape Breton, New Brunswick and Halifax faced off in three divisions. The 1992, 1993 and 1994 divisions had four teams each, with all three divisions being won by the local Southeast Selects team.
Two of the finals were won in overtime. The 1994 division was the closest competitive race, with all games being decided by not more than two goals. Players of the game awards were given to the top player on each team for each game.
“The level of competition this year made it a very successful year and we look forward to an even better and bigger tournament next year,” said Dan Scully, chairperson. “We are looking ahead to next year, attempting to increase the competition to include teams from Quebec, Ontario and Maine.”
For more information about the Credit Union Classic or the Southeast Selects visit their websites at www.creditunionclassic.com and http://southeasthockeydevelopment.com.