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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Weekend Catch Up - Saskatchewan

The big event over the weekend was the Swift Current Kabos Raiders bantam AA tournament.  The tournament featured a hodge podge of teams from different areas of the prairies.  The thought heading in, was that it was the Calgary Northstar Sabres tournament to lose since they were the lone AAA team at the tournament.  The Northstar Sabres would have a perfect round robin record by beating Notre Dame AA 6-2, Edm SSAC AA 12-0 and a narrow 5-4 win over Swift Current.  As a result, they would advance to the final.  On the other side, Melville would also go perfect with wins over Calgary NWCAA AA 7-6, a 7-3 victory over the Saskatoon Frostbite and finally a 5-2 win over the Hurricanes.   This set up a showdown with the Calgary Northstar Sabres.

In the final it would be the Xavier and pair or 98 forwards Dunn and Parker who all had 11 points in 3 round robin games, Aucoin led with 7 goals.  They would take on the talented Melville Millionaires, led by Dakota Boutin and Rykr Cole who both had 5-7-12 in the 3 games.  The Millionaires who got better as the tournament went on, would storm out to a commanding 7-1 lead after 2 periods of play.  The line of Boutin, Neuls and Cole was once again a force, proving they could be a 1st line on some and 2nd line on all western Canada teams.  Rykr Cole scored 2 goals in the final, Boutin, Neuls 2, Kreklewich and Roberts scored in the tournament clincher.  Benji Tapotat was strong in goal.

Scoring Leaders
1.   Dakota Boutin        5-7-12  Melville
2.   Rykr Cole              5-7-12 Melville
3.   Parker Aucoin        7-4-11  Calgary Northstar Sabres (98)
4.   Jordan Xavier         5-6-11  Calgary Northstar Sabres
5.   Brayden Dunn        3-8-11  Calgary Northstar Sabres (98)
6.   Kole Lind              5-2-7  Swift Current Kabos Raiders (98)
7.   Donovan Neuls      3-4-7  Melville
8.   Tanner Nagel         3-4-7  Swift Current Kabos Raiders
9.   Hayden Ursalak     4-2-6  Calgary NWCAA AA
10. Dennan Blanchard  1-5-6  Regina Hurricanes

Top Goaltender - Clark Flagel - Notre Dame AA Hounds
Top Defenseman - Austin Strand - Calgary Northstar Sabres
Top Forward - Dakota Boutin - Melville Millionaires
MVP - Jordan Xavier - Calgary Northstar Sabres

Yorkton 2 - Weyburn 0 (Friday)
-Star of the game - Rylan Palchewich turned aside all 21 shots for the SO.  5'9 145lb Palchewich has been great for Yorkton this season, now sporting a 2.90 GAA and a 4-3-1 record. 

Yorkton 6 - Estevan 4
-Kylan Shae (Yorkton) led the way with 2-1-3.  The 5'11 163 Shae now has 4-3-7 in 10 games. 

West Central 5 - Moose Jaw 4
-Brandon Arnold (West Central) led the way with 2-1-3.  Arnold is having a terrific season with 9-10-19 in 9 games so far this season.

Sask Valley 8 - North Battleford 1
-Terrell Draude continued his huge pace this year with 2-2-4.  6'2 180 Draude has 24-19-43 in 11 games and by far leads the league.  Kennady Fox-Zacharias had 4 goals, giving him 6-6-12 in 11 games.

Balgonie Prairie Storm 6 - Regina Canucks 0
-98 born defenseman would lead Balgonie in this one with 1-2-3.  5'8 136 Reid has 3-5-8 in 7 games.

Regina Oilers 6 - Regina Senators 2
-Defenseman Mike Eskra and Conner Chaulk each scored twice in the win.  Eskra has a league leading 9-2-11 in 8 games for defenseman.  Chaulk has 5-4-9 in 8 games.

North East Wolfpack 6 - Prince Albert 5
-98 born forward Jordan Borstmayer had a breakout game with 4 goals.  He has 9-7-16 in 11 games.  Campese (Prince Albert) had 3 goals, giving him 15-8-23 in 11 games.

Battlefords 4 - Moose Jaw 3
-Layne Young led the way with 1-1-2.  Young has 4-6-10 in 8 games now.

SBAAHL Scoring Leaders
Draude leads league
 1.   Terrell Draude   24-19-43  Sask Valley  11GP
2.   Jayden Halbgewachs  19-10-29  Balgonie  8GP
3.   Rykr Cole  15-14-29  Melville  9GP
4.   Dakota Boutin  14-12-26  Melville  8GP
5.   Regan Nagy  17-6-23  Weyburn  10GP
6.   Matthew Campese  15-8-23  Prince Albert  11GP

GSHL Scoring Leaders

Tate Olson leads all defenseman
 1.  Nat Wingerak       5-16-21 Stallions
2.  Garrett Pilon         5-10-15 Outlaws
3.  Cam Hebig           6-7-13 Frostbite
4.  Lane Pederson     6-6-12 Generals
5.  D- Tate Olson      7-4-11 Stallions
6.  Wyatt Shew         4-6-10 Outlaws
7.  Trevor Mann        5-4-9 Generals
8.  Logan Loopkey    7-1-8 Stallions
9.  Wyatt Sloboshan   6-2-8 Maniacs
10. D- Connor Hobbs 1-7-8 Bandits


Moosejaw scout said...

As far as I'm concerned if boutin, Cole, and nuels didn't get off to a bad start, they should be leading the league or if not then pretty close.

Anonymous said...

Ya, and if they didnt lose any games, they would be undefeated. Give me a break.

Anonymous said...

That line is a very good line not only for a Saskatchewan team, but they could play on any team in Western Canada. That being what it is, it is also the perfect example of the biggest advantage Alberta and B.C have over many Saskatchewan teams! Non parent coaching... There best player is not even on that line.

Anonymous said...

Trust me their best player isn't Kreklewich, although he is better than big brother who is playing Midget AAA this year.

Cole, depending who you ask, is a top five prospect out of Sk. Boutin is just outside of the top ten.

Anonymous said...

trust me ask any scout boutin will go higher than cole in the draft the only reason people didnt see him was because he played in the manitoba league last year. (house)

Anonymous said...

Boutin is the best player on Melville NO QUESTION.

Anonymous said...

the gshl scoring leader list is not correct. ramsay is leading the stallions and the league