Thomas Michaud Leading Leamington

Thomas Michaud

Thomas Michaud is currently leading the Leamington Flyers in scoring – Photo by Wyatt Williams/ CKSN.ca

Thomas Michaud and Levi Tetrault of the Leamington Flyers will face Cameron Welch of the Komoka Kings in round two of the GOJHL playoffs.

Michaud and Welch were both parts of early season trades from the Chatham Maroons sending the local players out of town.

Michaud, a Charing Cross product, was the leading scorer for the Leamington Flyers, collecting 7-points in their five game elimination of the Strathroy Rockets.

Welch of Blenheim, had 2 goals and 2 assists helping the Komoka Kings eliminate the Chatham Maroons in five games in round one.

Levi Tetrault captains the Flyers, and was recently named the GOJHL Western Conference’s Best Defenseman.

Leamington won game one of this series on Thursday 4-0.

As well, Kyle Dawson and the London Nationals will take on the LaSalle Vipers as round two of the GOJHL playoffs get underway. London defeated LaSalle 6-2 in game one of their series.

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    Jacky 5 days

    Michaud is a stud, can’t beleive chatham traded a local kid that plays with 100% heart…
    Kids like Michaud wins championships
    If I were chatham id beg and plea to get him back maybe you would make it past the first round

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    Ken 5 days

    We want Mich back
    Pay them what they want he was chatham maroons

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    Beatrice 5 days

    Oh when will you figure out build a championship dont try to buy one
    My kids wanted nothing more then to watch Michaud you made probly the bigest mistake by trading him

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    Charlie 5 days

    Dint chatham new coach watch our last year playoffs Michaud was chatham top face off guy and his goal in Lassalle still being talk about. To ship our local talent away after preaching that they were going to build a team was all b/S

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    Bob 5 days

    Look at the three local kids playing in Round 2, Michaud, Welch and Teatrault, imagine if you spent money on your local talent, Mr Sachchez?