TNT Season in Full Swing!!!, News (TNT Tornados Minor Hockey Association)

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TNT Season in Full Swing!!!
Submitted By Webmaster on Friday, October 16, 2015
With Local League and House League starting the first week of October our calanders are full and our teams are still doing quite well.

TNT has an overall regular season record of;
70 Wins
47 Losses
18 Ties

Our Home record;
29 Wins
19 Losses
10 Ties

On the Road
41 Wins
28 Losses
8 Ties

TNT has scored a total of 482 goals for and only 330 against.
That's a robust 3.6 goals for per game and 2.4 goals against per game.
We have 5 teams that have yet to record a loss!!!

Keep up the hard work!!

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