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Jack Matier is Representing Canada!
Submitted By Ron Sartor on Monday, April 26, 2021
Sault Ste Marie's own Jack Matier will represent Canada this week at the prestigious u18 World Championships in Texas. 

Jack was born and raised here in Sault Ste Marie and is a graduate of the SMHA.

The 1st round 2019 selection of the Ottawa 67s, was the Captain of the u16 team here in SSM before earning a roster spot with the OHL club last season. 
 
Jack is the son of Mark and Stacey and the brother of Tanner. 
 
Jack and Team Canada will play their first tournament game Tuesday night.

The games will be broadcasted on TSN with the full schedule available at this link:

https://www.hockeycanada.ca/en-ca/team-canada/men/under-18/2020-21/world-championship/stats/team-rosters
 
Congratulations to Jack and his entire family. We will be cheering you on from here in Sault Ste Marie!

Sault Major Hockey Association


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