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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Saturday, October, 8th, 2011 (Late Update)

Prairie Storm 10 - Regina Hurricanes 1
The Balgonie Prairie Storm won their opening game of the season over the Regina Hurricanes 10-1 on Thursday night.  Jayden Halbgewachs who we expect to be a high draft pick in May despite his 5'6 inch frame scored 5 goals and added an assist. 

North East Wolfpack 6 - West Central Wheat Kings 0
In other SBAAHL news, the North East Wolfpack ran their record to 3-0-0 with yet another convincing 6-0 victory over West Central.  Tristan Elder, Caleb Seaman and Matt Goudy all had 3 points in the win.  The Wolfpack who are expected to be the dominant team of the North in the SBAAHL have now outscored the opposition 21-2.  Grambo, Seaman and Paziuk all lead the team with 7 points in the 3 games.

Camrose 5 - Ft. Saskatchewan 2
Camrose has now run their record to 3-1-0 with a 5-2 win over the now 0-4-0 Ft. Saskatchewan squad.  Ft. Saskatchewan have only scored 6 goals in four games which suggests Aaron Kellogg and company could be in for a rather long season.  Speaking of Kellogg, he did not play in this one.  Curtis Miske was the star of the game for Camrose scoring 3 goals and adding an assist.  He now leads the team with 7-3-10 in the 4 games.  Cristopher Breese and Jordan Butler each scored their first goals of the season for Ft. Saskatchewan. 

St. Albert 4 - Edmonton K of C 2
The wildness has finally ended for K of C who were having wild scoring game after wild scoring game to start the season.  This time around Patrick Dea was too much, turning aside 37/39 shots he faced in leading his team to victory.  The St. Albert offence game primarily from its strong defenseman with Mark Matsuba and 98 born Josh Mahura each scoring while Brendan Kallis picked up 2 helpers.  k of C got another goal from the red hot Kole Bryks who now has 8-4-12 in 6 games to start. 

Tournament Action
Chilliwack Bantam AAA Tournament

Saturday early action featured a few more blowouts as POE defeated Chilliwack 16-0.  Semiahmoo over Victoria 11-1.  No big upsets to this point in the tournament.  More interested games this evening, we'll keep you posted with some of the goal scorers etc later on.

End Saturday
Abbotsford  1-2-0  8-19
North Shore Winter Club 3-0-0 21-2
Kelowna 2-1-0 15-10
Prince George 0-3-0 6-19
Semiahmoo 3-0-0 26-5
Victoria Raquet Club 0-2-1 7-19
Okanagan Hockey Academy 1-1-1 13-12
Seattle 1-2-0 10-20
Port Coquitlam 0-3-0  6-22
Burnaby Winter Club 2-0-1 17-8
Kamloops 2-1-0 13-8
Wenatchee 1-1-1 15-13
Cloverdale 2-1-0  20-12
Chilliwack 0-3-0  5-32
Pursuit of Excellence 3-0-0  33-4
Nanaimo 1-2-0  10-20

Chicago 97 born Showcase
Several Western USA teams are taking part in a showcase over in Chicago this weekend.  The L.A. Selects, Colorado Thunderbirds, Colorado Rampage, L.A. Jr. Kings, Rocky Mountain Roughriders, Dallas Stars and Russell Stover.

Dallas Stars 7- Madison 0
Patrick Fun and Henry Crone each scored 3 times in a 7-0 win. 

Detroit Belle Tire 15 - Colorado Rampage 1
Rampage over matched being outshot 57-6 with Terrance Cavanaugh scoring the lone Rampage goal.

Colorado Thunderbirds 7 - Victory Honda 1
CJ Dodero was the star of the game with 3 goals and Jaren Yatsu 2-1-3.  Jesse Sepper was solid in goal.

L.A. Selects 6 - Pittsburgh Hornets 1
Robby Jackson was the star of the game with 3-2-5 and Evan Sarthou stopped 9/10 shots he faced.

RM Roughriders 3 - Cleveland Barons 0
Daniel Geiger stopped all 13 shots for the shutout.  Vincent Mastrandrea scored and was star of the game.

RM Roughriders 4 - Victory Honda 4
Kyle Cagnoni was the lone multiple point scorer with 2 goals.  Manstrandrea scored once again.

Dallas Stars 2 - Chicago Fury 2
D- Caleb Jones with 1-1-2.  We are pretty sure he is a brother of Seth Jones who is with the USA NTDP program.

Belle Tire 4 - L.A. Selects 3
Patrick Khodorenko led the way with 1-1-2.  He has 2 goals in 2 games now.  Ty Comrie scored his 2nd.  Robert Jackson scored again.

Colorado Thunderbirds 9 - Cleveland Barons 0
CJ Dodaro and Zach Goberis each score twice.  Paradise and Lebauer each 1-2-3 in the win.  Evan Smith stops all 20 shots he faced.


Anonymous said...

Is there a link for the Chicago Showcase?

Anonymous said...

OHA almost took Semiahmoo and are on a collision course for a rematch. Interesting tourney - Elite teams and average teams - it's tough early in the season to tell, but this one would be more competitive if they'd tiered the pools

Anonymous said...

It looks like POE and Semi are the powerhouse teams and with BWC's superstar out BWC are just a very good team.

Depth wins hockey games, everyone knows you can't rely on just 1 line to do all the work (all your eggs in one basket)

Cloverdale is playing hard,

NSWC is dominating and everyone is enjoying how well balanced this team looks. Having so many returning players proves last years team was in rebuilding mode for a great run in the 2011/2012 season.

Keep up the hard work and play safe boys

Parents remember you are just spectators here so don't loose your cool and make a spectical out of yourself and your families. (remember the apple and the tree saying)

See you at the rink

Anonymous said...

Barzal not playing?

Anonymous said...

Semiamhoo and NSWC will be battling it out on one side to reach final. Give the edge to NSWC.

POE will have too much for Cloverdale again tonight and will get either Kamloops or BWC in morning semi.

Anonymous said...

Semi needed OT this time to take down OHA, who couldn't hold a 2 goal lead. With the extra resources of an acedemy program, look for OHA to be in the top 5 by years end.
Final 4 are as many predicted, based on the pooling - Semi, POE and the winterclubs. Some good games in store, no turkies!!!!

Anonymous said...

Can there be any question that North East Wolfpack is the best, and most dominant, team in the new Saskatchewan Bantam League this year after their outstanding start to the season?

Anonymous said...

Coming out of the tourney I would say the top four teams were the semifinalists but OHA and Cloverdale are the next two top teams based on the results. OHA and Semi had two terrific games that were extremely close and Cloverdale was rolling until they ran into a strong POE. After this group of six there appeared to be a distinct drop-off in talent as several of the remaining Clubs suffered blowouts at the hands of the top Clubs.