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Twenty-two for the 20th: Confederation Cup tourney begins Tuesday

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Annual high school hockey events begins at Glacier as two Mount Pearl teams square off

Twenty-two teams — including a couple of from Nova Scotia — are among those entered in the 20th edition of the Confederation Cup high school hockey tournament which opens Tuesday.

Ten teams are entered in Tier I A and B divisions, including Avon View High School from Windsor, N.S., and Central Kings Rural High School from Cambridge, N.S.

Three pools with four teams per pool comprise the tournament’s Tier II division.

Thirty-eight round-robin games are scheduled, with another 14 playoff games planned, meaning nine arenas in metro St. John’s are required.

The tournament opens 8 p.m. Tuesday with one game scheduled for The Glacier in Mount Pearl, featuring that city’s two high school rivals, O’Donel Patriots and Mount Pearl Senior High Huskies.

The Tier I and II finals are set for 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday at Mile One Centre.

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Teams in the tourney

Teams entered in the 20th Confederation Cup high school hockey tournament, beginning Tuesday in metro St. John’s:

Tier 1

A

Avon View High, Cambridge, N.S.

Gander Collegiate Concordes

Holy Heart Highlanders, St John’s

Mount Pearl Huskies

O’Donel Patriots, Mount Pearl

B

Ascension Collegiate Astros, Bay Roberts

Central Kings Rural High, Windsor, N.S.

Gonzaga Vikings, St. John’s

Queen Elizabeth Pioneers, Foxtrap

St Kevin’s Mavericks, Goulds

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Tier 2

A                                             

Corner Brook Titans              

Crescent Collegiate Coyotes, Blaketown       

O’Donel Patriots 2, Mount Pearl       

Waterford Valley Warriors, St. John’s           

B                                 

Elwood Lakers, Deer Lake

Marystown Clippers

Mobile Monarchs

PWC Cavaliers, St. John’s

C

Carbonear Collegiate Sentinels

Exploits Valley Eagles, Grand Falls-Windsor

Holy Spirit Falcons, Manuels

Holy Trinity Tigers, Torbay

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