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Thursday, April 14, 2011

Alberta Cup...Northwest 4 - Calgary South 1

Through 2 games at the Alberta Cup, nothing has been all that noteworthy as of yet.

For the Central Thrashers it was Chase Thudium and Jayden Sveinson scoring the goals.  First round ranked Ty Mappin picked up one assist.  Matt Forchuk and Jake Dube scored the goals for the South Senators.  Highly touted prospects Conner Bleackley, Tyler Wong and Blake Penner were all held off the scoresheet.  All three players are expected to be picked in the top 2 rounds.  Jonathon Hogue turned aside 44/46 shots and had to have been the difference in keeping this one close.

Shots on goal
Central Thrashers 46
South Senators 27

Power Plays
Central Thrashers  1/10
South Senators 0/10

Game 2
Edmonton South 3 - Northeast 2
Edmonton South who have to be one of the better squads at the tournament got down 2-0 by the midway part of the 2nd period on goals by Brett Pollock and Bryce Woodward.  However, Edmonton South would score the games final 3 goals via Grayden Smith, Riley Simpton and Riley McGonigal.  No player in this game had a multiple point outing.  Papirny stopped 18/20 for Edmonton South while Trevor Martin turned aside 28/31.

Shots on Goal
Northeast 20
Edmonton South 31

Power plays
Northeast  1/7
Edmonton South 1/7

Game 3
Calgary North 3 - Edmonton North 2
Calgary North got off to a 2-0 lead within the first couple minutes of the 2nd period with goals from Sam Young and Alex Ruel-Garvey.  Ben Campbell and Matthew Benko would tie it up in the early stages of the 3rd period.  The game would stay tied until about 8 minutes left when Shaun Cooke would win it.  Defenseman and top 2 round prospect for the bantam draft Griffin Mumby picked up 2 assists.  Derek Mazil stopped 24/26 shots for Calgary and Dylan France stopped 28/31.

Shots on Goal
Calgary North  31
Edmonton North 26

Power plays
Calgary North 2/3
Edmonton North 1/2

Game 4
Northwest 4 - Calgary South 1
In a bit of a shocker, the talent laden team from Calgary South were held to one goal in an opening loss for themselves.  For Northwest, it was Foster, Smythe, Miller and Diederich scoring for Northwest.  Brayden Point scored the lone goal for Calgary South.  Patrick Gora stopped 43/44 shots for Northwest.

Shots on Goal:
Calgary South 44
Northwest  29

Power plays
Calgary North  0/5
Northwest  2/4


Anonymous said...

Hogue was the difference. He was outstanding. He had to have made at least 10 incredible saves from close in by his lateral moves going post to post on several occasions to rob the central forwards. Well deserving of the game MVP.
Thrasher parent

Anonymous said...

if you are going to post information about a player and their injury please make sure you get the proper information Reid Zalitach from the Wpg Sharks does not have a torn is an MCL big difference Guys. please fix the mistake you have made in posting incorrect information.

Anonymous said...

also, get the stats right, they are on the Hockey Alberta website; copy and paste my friend.

Anonymous said...

WEHP, who do you believe is going to win Alberta cup?