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Friday, June 17, 2011

North American Hockey Classic Day 2 (97 born)

Saskatoon Jr. Blades 4 - Minnesota Machine 2
The Saskatoon Jr. Blades prove once again they are a force in this tournament with a 4-2 victory over the no 1-1-0 Minnesota Machine.  The Saskatoon Jr. Blades got goals from four different players in this one with Jimmy Lambert, Matthew Campese, Wyatt Sloboshan and Rylee Zimmer all scoring.  Michael Eskra had a pair of helpers from the point in this one.  Jungels and Muehlhauser replied for the Minnesota Machine.

Manitoba Crunch 4 - BC Jr. Heat 4
Both the Manitoba Crunch and Jr. Heat pick up their first points of the tournament in the saw-off.  The Crunch held a 3-1 lead after the 2nd period on goals by Kolesar, Oliver and Purtill.  However, the Jr. Heat would score 3 goals in the 3rd on goals by, Bryce Sharp with a pair, Liam Finlay with the other.  Chris Seto scored in the first for the Jr. Heat.  Jacob Kranabetter added 2 assists for the Jr. Heat.  Thomas Lenchyson and Zach Court each had a pair of helpers for the Crunch.  Court now has 4 helpers.

Vancouver Selects 9 - Island Stars 0
The Vancouver Selects have punched their ticket to a date in the semi-finals tomorrow morning with another convincing victory.  The Selects would score 5 first period goals and cruise from there.  Jordan Kawaguchi would add 2 more goals to his total and Ty Ronning would score 2-2-4 in the victory.  Darien Craighead also had a big game with 1-3-4. 

Minnesota Blades 11 - Team Pepsi 3
The Minnesota Blades took on Team Pepsi with the winner placing 2nd in the pool and earning themselves a spot in the semi-finals as well.  It would was thought to be a hard fought game, turned out nothing more than a blow-out victory for the Blades.  Max Zimmer and Alec Broetzman each scored twice in the game.  Matthew Frytag dished out 4 assists and Tommy Novak had 1-3-4 in the huge win.  Blaisdell, Price and Lycar scored for Team Pepsi with Colt Conrad picking up 2 assists.

Saskatoon Jr. Blades 5 - Manitoba Crunch 2
The Saskatoon Jr. Blades continue what was a very successful tournament with a 5-2 win over the Crunch.  The Jr. Blades went 3-0-0 outscoring their oppenents 15-7.  The Jr.Blades once again spread the scoring around with 5 different scorers.  Cameron Hebig, Terrell Draude and Rylee Zimmer all scored while defenseman Lochlan Morrison from Prince Albert and Saskatoon's Dustin Perillat scored their first goals of the tournament.  Hebig, Perillat and Draude also added assists.  Top defensive prospect Thomas Lenchyshyn scored for the Crunch.


Anonymous said...

which leaque does dustin perillat play out of and what do you rank him at?

Anonymous said...

12:35 Don't worry about rankings right now just tell your boy to bust his butt and if he's good enough he'll get noticed. At the start of last year my son wasn't ranked yet at the end of the year he went 1st round in the WHL draft.

Anonymous said...

1:43 tnx for the advice, but he not my son. i'am just a bystander that noticed his name a few times and i think his draft year is in 2012. good kid all around