Deni Goure Named To OHL Gold Cup Roster

Deni Goure

Deni Goure with the Chatham-Kent Cyclones – Photo by

Grande Pointe’s Deni Goure has been named to the Alliance’s OHL Gold roster.

Goure was the 10th overall pick in this year’s OHL Draft by the Owen Sound Attack.

Last season, Chatham-Kent Cyclones captain Spencer Lecot, and local product Brendan Mairs both played for Team Alliance.

Goure had 22 goals and 53 points this season for the Chatham-Kent Cyclones.

“The Ontario Hockey League is proud of our partnership with the Ontario Hockey Federation and Hockey Canada that extends to great events like the OHL Gold Cup which provides players with another unique development opportunity,” said Joe Birch, OHL Senior Director of Player Development and Special Events in a news release. “Some of the very best players from across Ontario, including future OHL stars and members of Canada’s National Under-17 Teams, will be showcasing their abilities in May. It will be exciting to see how the action unfolds and which players are able to seize the moment.”

The OHL Gold Cup is the first step in the selection process for Canada’s National Under-17 Selection Camp, and the Hockey Canada Program of Excellence. The OHL Gold Cup holds a tournament structure, with teams from each minor hockey system across Ontario including leagues such as the Alliance, OMHA, and GTHL.

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