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Sunday, September 11, 2011

Calgary Royals Bantam Tournament

The Calgary Royals are off to the finals of their hosted hockey tournament after posting a 7-3 victory this morning over Airdrie.  Cameron Anklewich led the attack with 2-2-4.  Airdrie was able to win just one game in the tournament with star defenceman Marshall Burr playing just once in the 5-1 victory last night.  Troy Van Tetering and Tristan Thompson had a strong tournament for Airdrie while Ryan Barrow had a goal and a couple helpers.  The Royals will play their cross town rivals the Calgary Bronks in the final this afternoon.  The Bronks went a perfect 3-0 in the tournament. 

In some other action over the weekend in the AMBHL, it was Medicine Hat Hockey Hounds playing a pair of games yesterday vs. Lethbridge, then against the Calgary Bisons just 30 minutes after!  In the first game, the Hockey Hounds came out on top 5-1.  A pair of 98 born players, Jordan Taupert and Jaeger White each scored, while Vandersloot picked up 3 goals.  Shortly after that game, they played again and fell 6-1 to the Calgary Bisons.

Lloydminster, who should have a pretty good season and be near the top of the AMBHL standings got off to a nice start in the pre-season with a 8-2 win over Red Deer.  Star forward Andrew Koep scored 3 times for Lloydminster.  The Heat will play again this afternoon before likely making their final cuts.  A pair of highly touted 98 players played together with Kale Clague paired with Tristan Petrie.  Petrie played in the Centre Four Hockey League with Lloydminster last year and we all know how Clague did in the AMBHL.

Also yesterday, it was POE all over Kamloops 10-1.  Langley defeated Mission yesterday 5-3 in PCAHA action.  Sharp led the way for Mission will 2-1-3, Kranabetter 2 assists and '98 born Choy with a goal as well. 

Burnaby Winter Club will hold their Red/White pre-season game today, prior to making some final cuts.  Here listed below is the roster:










Anonymous said...

Who cares what the rosters are for the Red and White game at BWC.. Now if you want to print rosters for intersquad games, you should print Melvilles roster. After all , they are rated #9 in Western Canada. I am having a hard time typing as I am laughing so hard.

Anonymous said...

I think that it's worth mentioning that Langley used 8 first year players in their win over Mission.

Anonymous said...

Who cares how many first years, second years etc. It is exhibiton used to pick teams and in most cases the kids getting a lot of ice may not even make the squads. Post the scores fine but until it starts for real in a few weeks results do not matter. Good luck to all the kids trying out right now go out and do what you do well.

Anonymous said...

Is it true that BWC is holding a little 4 team tournament this weekend?

All the talk is BWC, Semi, NSWC, and Hollyburn (a tier 4 private club team)

Let's just assume that will be the order from first to fourth at the end of the weekend.

Best of luck boys and have fun

Anonymous said...

We here the all mighty BWC got a little eye opener in their tournament this weekend ,

coming back to fight for a tie vs Semi 4-4 and dropping a game vs the NSWC 2-1.

Sounds like the BWC team is in tougher than they expect

The question or excuse will be "did the BWC elite squad have their superstars sitting?"

I think Bantam is going to surprise many parents this year, we will see more well rounded and deeper lines then just having to rely on the 3 or 4 first round picks to carry a team.

"balanced teams win games"

BC will have many strong teams fighting for a spot in the Westerns this year.

Good luck all and see you at the rinks