Bordentown ninth-grader skates to success
Jan 05, 2015 07:03AM ● Published by Community News Service
Bordentown City's Donovan McClellan poses with the Stanley Cup at the National Hockey League Youth Cup Tournament in Pittsburgh.
Ninth-grader Donovan McClellan, of Bordentown City, competed with his hockey team, Team Comcast AAA 2000’s, to win the NHL Youth Cup Tournament in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Part of an annual three-day event from Dec. 12-14, the Tournament was hosted by the Pittsburgh Penguins this year, and games were played at Robert Morris University’s Island Arena. Robert Morris is a Division I NCAA school.
The NHL-sponsored event featured ice hockey’s most iconic trophy, the Stanley Cup, as a special honor.
McClellan has been on the ice since he was only 3-years old and started playing competitive travel ice hockey when he was 4. He has attended Doane Academy in Burlington City since Kindergarten.
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