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GTHL announces 2024 U18 ‘A’ All-Stars fuelled by Gatorade

The Greater Toronto Hockey League announced today the Under-18 ‘A’ All-Star selections for the 2024 U18 ‘A’ All-Star Game fuelled by Gatorade on Saturday, January 27 at 10:00AM. The game will be one of three match-ups featured across the U18 All-Star Festival fuelled by Gatorade at Scotiabank Pond.  

Following the U18 ‘A’ All-Star Game, the U18 ‘AA’ All-Stars will take to the ice at 1:00PM. The U18 ‘AAA’ All-Star Game will close out the 2024 festival at 4:00PM. All games will take place on Rink 1 of Scotiabank Pond. Admission to the games will be free of charge.  

The U18 ‘A’ All-Star rosters include three goaltenders, six defensemen, and 12 forwards for a total of 42 players selected through a submission process from coaches in the division.  

The coaches and trainers were selected based on their team’s position in the League’s standings. With coaches from the top six teams, the benches have representation from Don Mills Mustangs, Forest Hill, Humber Valley Sharks, Leaside Flames, Toronto Shamrocks, and York Mills.

The 42 players selected include every ‘A’ team, with the Mississauga Hockey League joining this year’s All-Star festivities  with players from the Applewood Coyotes, Erindale Spitfires, Lorne Park Clarkson Wild, and Port Credit Storm participating. 

On Team Blue, Forest Hill and the MHL’s Coyotes and Spitfires lead the way with three players each. The East Enders Ticats, Humber Valley Sharks, North Toronto, Toronto Shamrocks, and the Vaughan Rangers each feature two players. Rounding out the roster of 21 are the Toronto Eagles and the Toronto Wolverines with one representative each. 

Team Red sees the Leaside Flames and the MHL’s Storm top the roster with three players each. The Don Mills Mustangs, Goulding Park Rangers, North York Knights, Ted Reeve Thunder, Willowdale Hawks, York Mills, and the MHL’s Lorne Park Clarkson Wild are in the middle of the pack, each featuring two players. The Toronto Royals close out the roster of 21 with one representative.

U18 ‘A’ All-Star Team Blue Roster: 

ROSTER # POSITION FIRST NAME LAST NAME GTHL TEAM
1 GOALTENDER CAMERON BENNINGER MHL – ERINDALE SPITFIRES
30 GOALTENDER KAYDEN VISRAM NORTH TORONTO
31 GOALTENDER CHRISTOPHER MARCH HUMBER VALLEY SHARKS
2 DEFENCE IAN CARVALHO FOREST HILL
3 DEFENCE YONAS NICOLA-LALONDE HUMBER VALLEY SHARKS
4 DEFENCE WALKER GILDAY TORONTO SHAMROCKS
5 DEFENCE AIDAN DILWORTH EAST ENDERS TICATS
6 DEFENCE ALEXANDER PIEPER MHL – ERINDALE SPITFIRES
7 DEFENCE NATHAN COX MHL – APPLEWOOD COYOTES
8 FORWARD MATTHEW LITTLE FOREST HILL
9 FORWARD LAWRENCE GROSSMAN FOREST HILL
10 FORWARD JONAS HONG TORONTO SHAMROCKS
11 FORWARD DIEGO BASSON EAST ENDERS TICATS
12 FORWARD MARCO RUSSO VAUGHAN RANGERS
13 FORWARD MARCO MACCHIONE VAUGHAN RANGERS
15 FORWARD BENJAMIN SWARTZ NORTH TORONTO
16 FORWARD FINN WOTTON TORONTO WOLVERINES
17 FORWARD ZACHARY SHAW TORONTO EAGLES
18 FORWARD LUCA DI SUMMA MHL – ERINDALE SPITFIRES
19 FORWARD PHILLIP CHU MHL – APPLEWOOD COYOTES
20 FORWARD GAVIN MATHIS MHL – APPLEWOOD COYOTES
HEAD COACH JAIMIE GROSSMAN FOREST HILL
ASSISTANT COACH DANIEL WEBSTER HUMBER VALLEY SHARKS
ASSISTANT COACH KEITH GILDAY TORONTO SHAMROCKS
TRAINER CAMERON CARVALHO FOREST HILL

 

U18 ‘A’ All-Star Team Red Roster: 

ROSTER # POSITION FIRST NAME LAST NAME GTHL TEAM
1 GOALTENDER ANDREW MCHARDY LEASIDE FLAMES
30 GOALTENDER MAX HURST NORTH YORK KNIGHTS
31 GOALTENDER ROWAN AMORIM MHL – PORT CREDIT STORM
2 DEFENCE MAX MCCLEAN LEASIDE FLAMES
3 DEFENCE ALEX FARALLA YORK MILLS
4 DEFENCE JOSH COOPER YORK MILLS
6 DEFENCE MAX GRANATSTEIN TED REEVE THUNDER
7 DEFENCE CALEB ENGLISH-LOTT MHL – PORT CREDIT STORM
8 FORWARD STEFANO PAPETTI LEASIDE FLAMES
9 FORWARD DYLAN FINDLAY DON MILLS MUSTANGS
10 FORWARD JOSHUA MEADOWS DON MILLS MUSTANGS
11 FORWARD EVAN PATEL GOULDING PARK RANGERS
12 FORWARD ELY MILLER GOULDING PARK RANGERS
13 FORWARD CARTER O’KEEFE TED REEVE THUNDER
15 FORWARD CAMERON DODSON TORONTO ROYALS
16 FORWARD ANTHONY OSTROWSKI WILLOWDALE HAWKS
17 FORWARD LUKE MALDEN WILLOWDALE HAWKS
18 FORWARD DAVID RODRIGUES MHL – LORNE PARK CLARKSON WILD
19 FORWARD EVAN BETTS MHL – LORNE PARK CLARKSON WILD
20 FORWARD EVAN BEETLES MHL – PORT CREDIT STORM
21 DEFENCE MATTHEW SELBY* NORTH YORK KNIGHTS
HEAD COACH ROWAN GRAY LEASIDE FLAMES
ASSISTANT COACH BRIAN FINDLAY DON MILLS MUSTANGS
ASSISTANT COACH LUKAS COLAVECCHIA YORK MILLS
TRAINER PAUL SULLIVAN LEASIDE FLAMES

*Replaced Jason Yee (injured)

To stay up to date with the 2024 U18 All-Star Festival fuelled by Gatorade, visit GTHLCanada.com here. 

Look back at the 2023 U18 ‘A’ All-Star Game: 

About the Greater Toronto Hockey League  

Founding in 1911, the GTHL is a non-profit organization and the largest minor hockey league in the world. The GTHL registers more than 40,000 annual participants in Markham, Mississauga, Toronto, and Vaughan. The purpose of the GTHL is to govern organized hockey for youth within its jurisdiction, and to foster participation that reflects the cultural demographic of the League’s territory while promoting an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for all participants.

For more information, please contact:  

Stephanie Coratti | Senior Manager, Communications and Marketing  
Greater Toronto Hockey League  
SCoratti@GTHLCanada.com


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