Local Hockey Players Headed To Brick Tournament

Two local minor hockey players are heading to Edmonton to play in the Brick Invitational Tournament in Edmonton next week.

Every summer since 1990, North America’s most promising young hockey players face off at The Brick Invitational Hockey Tournament. Bill Comrie, avid hockey supporter and founder of The Brick, envisioned the tournament as a way to support Canada’s most beloved sport.

Comrie has two sons who played in the NHL, including former Ottawa Senator Mike Comrie.

Traditionally, the tournament features some of the best U10 players in North America. There are seven teams from the USA and seven from Canada competing. The Brick Invitational is a week-long tournament for U10 division hockey players that takes place at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, and runs between the last week of June and first week of July every summer.

DJ Meisner and Ethan Fullerton have been playing minor hockey together since the age of five.

Ethan Fullarton and DJ Meisner grew up playing in the Osgoode Rideau Minor Hockey Association together since the age of five. Since then, they have worked hard on improving their skills and shown an incredible amount of passion for the sport. Goalie Ethan Fullarton and forward DJ Meisner #8 are proudly representing the Toronto Pro Hockey Development Group 2012, with head coach Lindsay Hofford. Lindsay is CEO and Founder of Pro Hockey Development, a professional hockey coach and former Assistant General Manager-Director of Scouting for the Arizona Coyotes.