Â Adam Dennis
Adam Dennis is a goalie with an unusual style whoÂ is cool under pressure.Â He has been known for his success at the junior level, leading two teams to OHL championships and Memorial Cup Tournaments.
Dennis started his junior career in the Ontario Provincial Junior Hockey League (OPJHL) where he played 32 games with the Oakville Blades.
From there Adam moved on to the OHL where he played first for the Guelph Storm from 2002 until the middle of the 2004-05 season.Â During his time with the Storm he played 87 games and came out with 44 wins, 27 losses and 10 ties.
In the 2003-04 season, Dennis helped the Guelph Storm win the Wayne Gretzky Trophy (Western Conference Champions) and went on to win the OHL Championship.Â He also helped the team make their forth ever appearance in the Memorial Cup Tournament in Kelowna, BC.Â The team took 4th place in that tournament that season.
On January 10, 2005, Dennis was traded to the London Knights where he played with teammates Dylan Hunter and Drew Larman.Â The London Knights started their season off with 31 [...]Read More