Mississauga Reps
Mississauga Reps
Reps Alumni

Andrew Aggozzino


Jesse Blacker
Don Bigg
Brad Boyes
David Broll


Ben Chiarot

Igor Chiprikov

Anthony Cirelli
Casey Cizikis
Paul Coffey

Carlo Colaiacovo
Tyler Cuma
Randy Cunneyworth


Michael Dal Colle

Liam Dunda
Philip Di Giuseppi
Jamie Devane
Bruce Driver


Ryan Ellis


Pat Flatley


Mike Gartner
Greg Gilbert
Tyler Grayovac


Dougie Hamilton
Ed Hospodar
Mike Hough
Zac Hyman


Ed Kastelic


Manny Maholtra
Matia Marcantuoni
Tom McCarthy
Bill McDougall

Paul McFarland - coach
Matt Moulson
Craig Muni
Rob Murray


Nick Paul

Michael Petizian

Jamieson Rees

Mike Ricci
Dave Reid

Liam Ross

Lucas Rowe


Mike Sands
Malcolm Subban

Fred Stanfield
Billl Stewart
Brendan Shahahan


Chris Tanev
Tony Tanti

Mike Tarintino - coach
Christian Thomas
Ben Thompson


Mike Vernace


Mike Ware
Jason Woolley


Warren Young


Anthony Cirelli - Tampa Bay
Anthony Cirelli - Tampa Bay

Jamieson Rees -  Sarnia Sting
Jamieson Rees - Sarnia Sting

Chris Tanev - Vancouver Canucks
Chris Tanev - Vancouver Canucks

Paul McFarland - Panthers A/C
Paul McFarland - Panthers A/C

Why Be a Rep?
  • 1961 - The Mississauga Reps began life back in 1961 although the name was not officially adopted until 1968. In 1961 the Toronto Township Reps as we were called entered the TTHL - Toronto Township Hockey League with a total of five teams but with with future NHLers in their line-up such as Ron Ellis, Fred and Jack Stanfield the teams would withdraw when the playoffs began so they could enter the more competitve Clancy Series which was run by the Toronto Hockey League. Soon a decision was made to leave the TTHL to play all of their games in the stronger THL.


  • 1963 - The Toronto Township Reps, sponsored by Jaffa-King Oranges, make their first appearance in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament. 1964 - The Reps began the First Annual Paperweight Tournament which today is known as the Annual Spring Tournament for Minor Novice to Atom House League, Select, A, AA and AAA teams. 


  • 1965 - The first Mississauga Rep Tyke Team was entered in the THL bringing the number of competitve teams up to six.


  • 1971 - Len Barrett became President of the Club and under his guidance the Reps expanded to a total of fifteen teams. The original six teams were reclassifed from "A" to "AA" while the new nine teams, Tyke to Juvenile played as "A" teams.


  • 1974 - Howard Pallette, President of the Dixie Beehives, the Reps "class affiliate" team since 1968 gave his Midget and Juvenile "AA" teams to the Reps who could now boast a full compliment of "AA" teams from Tyke through Juvenile. 


  • 1980 - The MTHL reclassifed many "AA" teams and began a Major division which the Reps were part of. 1982 - The Reps, who had been running both "AA" and Major teams, decided to drop the "AA" teams because of operating costs which led to the birth of the Mississauga Braves Hockey Club. 


  • 2004 - The name of the organization was changed to the Mississauga IceDogs AAA Hockey Club.


  • 2005 - We finished as the second best over-all Club in the GTHL. Our Minor Bantam team won the Promitere Cup and the City Championship for the second straight year. We had three players drafted into the Ontario Hockey League off our Minor Midget team - Kevin Hudes to the Windsor Spitfires in the 4th Round; Grant McGee to the Soo Greyhounds; and Myles Barbieri to the Kitchener Rangers 


  • 2006 - We finished as the fourth best Club in the GTHL. We moved our home rink from Ice Gardens to Westwood Arena to be more centrally located. Our Shanahan Tournament sold out for the first time ever with just over 100 of the best AAA teams from across North America. In December our Minor Midget team was ranked number one in North America. In April we hosted the OHF Bantam Provincial Championships with our Bantam team winning the Gold medal. The Bantam team also won the Promitere Cup and the City Championship for the third stright year. Our 42nd Annual Spring tournament was a huge success for our Club with a total of 112 teams. Tyler Cuma became our higest OHL draft pick when he was drafted 6th overall by the Ottawa 67s. A total of 7 players were drafted off our Minor Midget team making it our most successful OHL draft. 


  • 2007 - Our 1991 Minor Midget team, led by coach Cosmo Nardone, finished first, won the league title and the OHL Cup. In the OHL draft a totla of 11 players off that team were drafted into the OHL. The drafted players were: Casey Cizikis, Andrew Agozzino, David Corrente, Ben Chirot, Chris Perugini, Michael Fine,  Michael Santini, Adrian Robertson, Tyler Karious, Blake Barbieri and Anthony Mastrodicasa.


  • 2017-2018: Season bean with our Pewees winning the TRW earlybird tournament.







October 18th, 2018
The Toronto Shanahan International Hockey Tournament is for Elite and AAA Minor Atom, Major Atom, Minor Peewee and Major Peewee teams from Canada, the U.S. and Europe.  Played in Toronto the first weekend of every November
Performance Sports

03 - Sep 4-9, 2018 - Titans Prospect Tournament

09, 08, 07 - Sept 6-9 - Marlies Friendship Tournament

06, 05, 04 - Sep 6-9 - Red Wings Early Bird Tournament



09 Marlies Tournament (Sept 6-9, 2108)

Record    W    L    T 

               1    3     0


08 Marlies Tournament  (Sept 6-9, 2018)

Record    W    L     T     

              2     1    1


07 Marlies Tournament  (Sept 6-9, 2018)

Record    W   L    T

              0    4    0


06 Red Wings Tournament (Sept 6--8, 2018)

Record    W   L   T

              2    2   0


05 Red Wings Tournament (Sept 6-8, 2018)

Record   W    L    T    

             2     2    0


04 Red Wings Tournament (Sept. 6-9, 2018)

Record   W    L    T     

             2     2    0


03 Prospect Tournament (Sept 4-9, 2018)

Record   W   L   T     

                1  2   1


02 Titans Prospect Tournament  (Sept 17-23, 2018)

Record      W   L   T    

                4   2   0


07  Canadiens Cup  (Sept 28-30, 2018)

Record W L   T

4 1 0  *lost in semi-finals 


04 Caadiens Cup. (Sept 26-20, 2018)


1 2 1


03 London Jr Kinghts Wendy Dufton (Oct 4-7, 2018)

W. L. T

2. 2. 0


02 Ottawa Senators Tournament


1 1 0


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