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Monday, October 31, 2011

Busy Monday/Scout Needed

Scout Needed
We are in search of a scout who would be interested in covering the Medicine Hat Hockey Hounds bantam tournament which runs from Thursday, November 17, with the first game starting at 5pm through to Sunday, November 20, with the final game starting at 12:30.  Although the games are being held at 4 different rinks, it would be fine for the scout who is selected to cover this for WEHP could stay mostly at the Kinplex rinks 1/2 for the majority of the tournament, unless needed elsewhere.

If you are going to be in the Medicine Hat and would be interested in sending back numorous reports on players, results and stats for the tournament, let us know and we'll be in touch.  Monetary compensation will be discussed upon selected scout.

AMBHL Sunday Action
SSAC Lions 5 - St. Albert 3
In a first place showdown, it was SSAC prevailing, firing 52 shots on Patrick Dea en route to the win.  Leading the way once again was Giorgio Estephan with 2-1-3.  Giorgio now has 17-17-34 in just 10 games this season which puts him on about a 120 point pace this season and nearly 60 goals.  98 born Tyler Benson added another 3 assists, giving him 25 points now.  Quinn Greenly, the other player on the line had 3 points giving him 20 points.  For St. Albert, Matteo Gennaro scored twice giving him 7 goals and 15 points this season.  Gennaro now sits tied with Peck and Lazaro for the team scoring lead.  Defenseman Mark Matsuba is making a huge push for the top 3 rounds as he continues to chip in and play strong with another couple helpers.  Matsuba is showing grit and is averaging nearly a point per game.

Sherwood Park 7 - Spruce Grove PAC 2
Sherwood Park continues their strong play in moving to 6-2-1 this season and the Spruce Grove PAC squad continues their struggles dropping to 2-7-1.  A pair of 98 born forwards Skyler Mckenzie and Sam Steel each scored twice for the Flyers.  Sam Steel now has 9 goals and Mckenzie scored his first 2 of the season.  Zachary Klassen continues his strong season stopping 19/21 shots for the win.  For Spruce Grove, team scoring leader Conner Lukan scored his 10th goal in 10 games and his 15th point.  The next best on the club has just 6 points this year.

Airdrie 4 - Calgary Bisons 3
The Xtreme hand the Bisons just their 2nd loss in 11 games with a 4-3 victory.  Airdrie goaltender Ryan Ternes turned aside 30/33 shots and got 1-1-2 from Troy Van Tetering, Ryan Barrow and 98 born Jordan McConnell.  The goal for Van Tetering was just his first of the season.  The current scoring leader remains Dillon Dube with 11 points in 11 games.  The Bisons were once again led by Nick Merkley with 1-2-3 and Braylon Shmyr with 1-1-2.  Merkley now has 33 points in 11 games.

Red Deer Black 5 - Lloydminster 5
The Red Deer Black earn a very tough point against the now 7-2-1 favorites Lloydminster Heat.  Layne Bensmiller scored twice for Red Deer.  Bensmiller is second in Red Deer scoring behind 98 born Tyler Steenbergen.  Lloydminster got goals from 5 different players, including Andrew Koep with his team leading 13th goal of the season in his 10th game.  Kale Clague had a 1-1-2, giving him 13 points in 10 games now.  Nelson Heisler turned away just 13/18 shots.

Camrose 1 - Medicine Hat 1
The night the lights went out in the Hat?  The third period of this one wasn't able to be played due to an apparent power outage at the rink in Medicine Hat.  A battle of two very good AMBHL teams ended in a 1-1 shortened tie.  Landon Pilger scored his 2nd goal of the season since coming back from injury, he now has 4 points in 4 games.  For the Hat, it was Slater Dykema with his 3rd of the season.

Red Deer White 3 - Calgary Northstar Sabres 1
In a game that featured a pair of teams a couple games under .500 this season, it saw the Red Deer White win a low scoring 3-1 game.  Kyle Howarth continued his strong play for Red Deer White with 2 assists.  He now has 12 points in 12 games.  Austin Wagner scored his 6th of the season for the Sabres.  Brody Dirk was strong for Red Deer stopping 23/24 in the win.

Lethbridge 5 - Grand Prairie 4
In a game that featured two of the worst teams in the AMBHL, it was the Lethbridge team who would move to 3-8-1, sinking Grand Prairie to 1-7-2.  Team scoring leader Chase Bell would score his 4th and 5th goals of the season and now has a team leading 16 points in 12 games.  For Grand Prairie, it was also team scoring leader Kolten Dorum with 2 goals, giving him a team leading 6 goals and 10 points.

Saskatchewan - SBAAHL
North East Wolfpack 5 - Notre Dame Hounds AA 4 (Ex)
Jack Flaman scored 1-1-2 for Notre Dame and for the Wolfpack it was Chad Grambo scoring twice and 98 born Bret Stobbs scoring twice in the win.  Kalem Zary was strong with 1-2-3.  Goalie Matt Cresswell earned the win for the Wolfpack who are a league best 7-0-0.

Battleford Barons 8 - Swift Current Kabos Raiders 5
The Barons earn their first win of the season with a big 8-5 win over the now 3-6-0 Swift Current team.  Colton Iron who came over from the now defunct Meadow Lake bantam program scored 3 times and added an assist, giving the 6'2 180 forward 5-2-7 in 4 games.  Blake Robertson scored his 2nd and 3rd of the season and Keifer Hintz had 1-2-3, giving the 5'11 Hintz 7 points in 4 games.  For Swift Current, team scoring leader Kole Lind scored his 7th and 8th and now has 15 points in 8 games.  Colton Adam had 3 points, giving him 12 now.

Winnipeg Bantam League Action (Weekend)
Interlake 5 - Brandon 3
Travis Kilbrei scores two 3rd period goals in breaking open a 3-3 3rd period tie to give them the win.  He now has 5 goals in 5 games this season.  For Brandon, they got goals from 3 different players including one of the lone 98's in the league Tanner Kaspick.  Brandon also had another top 98 in the game in Ty Lewis who earned 1 assist.

The Winnipeg Hawks would play in Thunder Bay for 3 games and lost all three games by scores of: 6-1, 5-2, 6-2.  Of the 5 total goals, Keegan Kolesar would pick up 2-1-3 in the 3 games.

PCAHA Weekend Scores
BWC 10 - Chilliwack 0 Saturday
BWC  7 - Langley 0  Sunday

NSWC 4 - Seafair 2 Saturday


Anonymous said...

What happen to POE results since they are a BC based team?

Anonymous said...

The words that come to mind are ummmmmmmmm, oh ya. Who cares.

Anonymous said...

OMAHA (southern interior BC - location of both POE & OHA) weekend game results:
POE 15 v. Vernon 0
OHA 5 v. Kelowna 5
Kamloops 7 v. PG 5
Kamloops 3 v. PG 4
POE 7 v. Kelowna 2

Anonymous said...

POE beat Vernon 16-0 on friday night and beat Kelowna 7-2 on sunday afternoon

Anonymous said...

They won 2 on weekend

Anonymous said...

Poe plays in the okangan mainline league.

Anonymous said...

POE 15 to 0 over Vernon.and POE over Kelowna 7 to 2.

Anonymous said...

POE 7-2 should of been closer but Kelowna kept hitting posts and were punished by POE power play

Anonymous said...

Ya OK.WE will see What happens this weekend.Kelowna should count that as a win for them!!

Anonymous said...

I read all the cooments, but does anyone know how POE did lately. I am thinking Vernon should probably replace North East in the top 10 rankings because POE would probably score 30 goals against North East. Or more. Oh ya, its always the losing team that hits goalposts and takes penalties.

Anonymous said...

The comment from October 31st,6:21 PM are the most recent POE scores possible - games from this past weekend.

Anonymous said...

@ 8:26
POE would get at least 30 goals against Northeast. In a best of 21 game series.

Anonymous said...

Yes , in a best of 21 series which would only go 11 games, POE, would score 330 goals against North East if in fact the eminently esteemed genius with a brain the size of a pea is in fact correct that POE would score 30 goals a game. Everyone in Saskatchewan should, and they wont in the winter either know how good NE is. The guys on NE that played summer hockey never ever beat any of the BC guys and they wont beat them in the winter either. And while NE is on the way to BC, they should stop along the way in Alberta and get their butts kicked by all the good teams there in preperation to get destroyed in BC. I mean, come on, you must be awesome. You beat Notre Dames AA team 5-4.