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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Saturday night in bantam hockey

Beginning in the SSBHL, Estevan defeated the Regina Senators 7-5. For Estevan Chase McKersie and Tanner Jeanott each scored 3 times. For McKersie, he now has 8 goals and 14 points in 4 games to start the season. Carter Folk picked up a 3 goal night for the Regina Sens, those were his first 3 of the season.

Moving over to the Centre Four Hockey League, there were 3 games so far this weekend as a couple teams are taking part in the Melville tournament. First off the Melfort AA Mustangs took a road trip to NW Saskatchewan and made their first stop in Meadow Lake. Melfort squeeked by Meadow Lake 6-5. For Meadow Lake, Wyatt Hinson had 3 goals while for Melfort, Rylan Freed had a huge night with 3 goals and 3 assists and scored the GWG with 1 second left on the clock. Freed is expected to go in the top 3 rounds.

On Saturday, they travelled down to North Battleford and skated to a 3-3 tie. Hiebert, Hanson and Hrenkiw scored for Melfort. Freed added an assist.

Moving over to the AMBHL, Lethbridge beat Okotoks 5-2. Leading the way for Lethbridge it was once again Cavin Leth with 2 goals and Brendan Benson with a goal and 1 assist. Leth now has 9 goals and 15 points in 7 games to go with 36 PIMS. Connor Bleackley led the way for Okotoks, while 97 born Mason McCarty continued his good play with a goal. Bleackley is third in the AMBHL scoring race with 10-6-16 in just 6 games.

Staying in Albert for a moment....In the SCAHL, Ryan Barrow who is one of the top ranked 97 born players in Western Canada has 10-11-21 in 8 games for the Bow Valley Timberwolves. It was thought that he would've had a great chance to crack the Airdrie Xtreme AAA but was cut in the end for some reason. Right now, Barrow is 3rd in league scoring trailing only a pair of Cranbrook players, Tyler Wray and Jason Richter. Wray has 16 goals in 8 games already.

Taking a quick look over at the ERBHL. This is a league basically for players who didn't make the cut for the AMBHL. However, sometimes players slip through the cracks and become very good players from this league. Right now, Josh Hagal from Parkland Selects leads the league with 9-6-15 in 5 games, while Connor Atkinson is close behind with 7-6-13. Atkinson plays with Lloyminster. The defenceman scoring leader is Connor Lukan from Slave Lake with 7-4-11.

Moving over to B.C. and taking a quick look first at the standings in the OMAHA. The OMAHA features the T1 bantam teams in the Okanagan and area....Kamloops has gotten off to a great start already going 3-0-0, while Kelowna and POE are each 2-1. It looks as though Penticton and Vernon are really going to struggle, both are winless. In a showdown yesterday, Kamloops beat POE 3-1.

Finally, this morning, taking a quick look at the Winnipeg Bantam league. The Winnipeg Sharks are off to a 4-0 start after beating the favorite Winnipeg Hawks 8-7 on the weekend.


Anonymous said...

Checking up on the Scahl Playoff point race would give good reason to look at Cranbrook's next leading scorer Coy Prevost

Anonymous said...

After watching him at The Kimberley Dynamiters junior B camp as a young fourteen year old he has great potential to probably go in the second to third round.