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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Tim Jardine Tournament

The Seafair Islanders have moved on to the final after a convicing 8-3 victory this morning over Campbell River and will await the winner of South Delta and Surrey which is currently 2-1 South Delta in the 3rd period.  Seafair has been led by top 2 round ranked forward Glenn Gawdin who leads all players in goals with 10 and has 12 points, placing him tied for first. 

Scoring Leaders
Gavin Rauser 5  6-7-13  Campbell River
San Chung 4 9 3 12 Coquitlam
Glenn Gawdin 5 10 2 12 Seafair
Grady McInnes 5 6 4 10 Campbell River
Jonathan Irving 4 5 5 10 Coquitlam
Colin Grannary 4 4 4 8 South Delta
Halen Cordoni 4 4 4 8 Ridge Medows
Colton Kroeker 4 3 5 8 Surrey
Jeevan Dosange 4 2 6 8 Surrey
Tyler Andrews 4 1 6 7 South Delta
Alex Mcleod 5 5 2 7
Kiret Dosange 4 5 1 6 Surrey
Brett Gelz 5 3 3 6 Seafair
Hugh Taylor 4 2 4 6 South Delta


Anonymous said...

Can you review the kamloops tournament this past weekend? I would like to know how it went.

Anonymous said...

Kamloops Tournament: Semis: Calgary Broncs beat Mission 4-1, I believe and Cloverdale over Winnipeg Monarchs 6-4. Final Cloverdale 5-3 over the Broncs

Anonymous said...

Who stood out for each team?

Anonymous said...

Cloverdale is the real deal, Seto led the way.

Anonymous said...

In the final at Kamloops Seto had 3 goals for Cloverdale and the Broncs Goaltender stood on his head.

Anonymous said...

A real entertaining game was Wenatchee taking a 6-3 game over Cloverdale in pool play. Some bad Blood brewing between these two teams, whith cloverdale getting majors and an ejection to boot. Weantchee can kill penalties with LEE, but there offensive onslot with +Yamamoto and VanSchak in on 5 of 6 the goals... Loucks in net for Wen stop 40+ and is real deal. he stoped 60 + earlier in season vs BWC.