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NameChristopher Flavio Carrozzi
ContingentTeam Ontario



Team: Ontario
No: 30
Final position: Gold
ON-PESaturday, February 24, 200715:30Takhini Arena
ON-MBMonday, February 26, 200715:30Takhini Arena
Places 3-6Tuesday, February 27, 200720:30Takhini Arena
SF1 (Places 2-3) Wednesday, February 28, 200715:30Takhini Arena
Gold Match (Winners SF1-SF2)Friday, March 02, 200719:30Takhini Arena



Height (ft, inches)6' 2"
Weight (lb)177 lbs
Language(s) spokenEnglish
Years I have participated in my sport
Club or School TeamToronto St. Mikes Majors - OHL
CoachBud Stefanski
Position/Event/SportGoalie/U17 Mens/Hockey
Other recent athletic or artistic accomplishments
Drafted by Toronto St.Mikes in the 3rd round 60th overall in 2006. Made the OHL as a underager goalie in 2006. Selected to Team Ontario 2006.
Games or championships that I have participated in
Year Full name of competition/sport/event Placing
2000 O.D.M.H.A. Champions 1
My goals for the 2007 Canada Winter Games
Win the Gold Medal for Team Ontario in the U17 Men's Hockey tournament.
My personal role model
My dad.
Other information that could be of interest to the media
Majors Sign Two For Upcoming Season
07/17/06 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Toronto-St. Michael's Majors:
The Toronto St. Michael's Majors are pleased to announce that they have signed two of their picks from the recent 2006 OHL Priority Selection - 1st round pick Dylan O'Neill, and 3rd round pick Chris Carrozzi.
The second signing is another 16-year-old, netminder Chris Carrozzi. A native of Nepean Ontario, Chris was selected 60th overall by the Majors. This 6'2", 207 pound goaltenders statistics with the Nepean Raiders Midget AAA last season were nothing short of spectacular as he posted a 24-8-2 record, with a 1.97 goals against average, and 6 shut outs. "Chris is a big, strong, very athletic young goalie," said Majors Coach Bud Stefanski, "Everything we have seen indicates that Chris will have very few problems making the jump to the OHL."