TIMBIT MINOR HOCKEY - HOCKEY 2011 VIDEO - REEBOK HOCKEY STICK.
Timbit Minor Hockey
- Minor hockey is an umbrella term for amateur ice hockey which is played below the junior age level. Players are classified by age, with each age group playing in its own league. The rules, especially as it relates to body contact, vary from class to class.
- Timbits is the brand name of bite-sized doughnut balls sold at Tim Hortons franchise restaurants. The treats were introduced in April 1976 and are now available in various flavours that differ from store to store.
- Brand name of bite-sized doughnut balls sold at the Canadian Tim Horton's restaurant chain and sometimes jocularly regarded as an icon of Canadian culture
- (Timbits) (1) little doughballs sold cheaper than full-sized donuts at Tim Horton’s: a great way to eke out the pogey check. (2) how Tim Horton ended up.
First year Minor Hockey
This is Michael's first year in Minor Hockey. He was number #66 and his team was called TIMBITS and his position was centre.
Second year Minor Hockey
This is Michael's second year in Minor Hockey. He was number #7 and his team was called TIMBITS (again).
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