OHL Design a Jersey Winner, News (Whitchurch Stouffville Minor Hockey Association)

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OHL Design a Jersey Winner
Submitted By webmaster on Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Luca Amabile who plays for the WSMHA entered the "Leave Your Mark" design a jersey contest where he was to design a jersey for an OHL team. He chose the Niagara Icedogs and used the team's existing logo and WON! The team will be sporting his design on their jerseys during one game next season and Luca will receive a signed jersey plus a zoom call with the players.

Way to go Luca !!!!!




He chose the Niagara Icedogs and used the team's existing logo and WON! The team will be sporting his design on their jerseys during one game next season and Luca will receive a signed jersey plus a zoom call with the players.

Way to go Luca !!!!!

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