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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Prince Albert Bantam "AA" Tournament

The semi-finals are now set in Prince Albert in which has been a very interesting tournament to say the least! 

The only team who had a perfect record in pool play were the Balgonie Prairie Storm who defeated the Frostbite 5-0, Sask Valley 3-1 and the Regina Senators 7-3.  The surprise player of the tournament so far has to be the player of winger Matthew Wass who has used his size and speed and shot very effectively in scoring several goals on the Prairie Storm second line.  Halbgewachs the captain of the Prairie strom was also very affective with several rushes and showed good vision.  Brennan Riddle was strong as usual and the 98 born pairing of Nolan Reid and Jeff Faith were also strong.

The opposition for the Prairie Storm will be the Weyburn Red Wings who knocked off the Regina Bantam Tournament champion North East Wolfpack 2-1 this evening.  It was by far the most physical bantam game I've viewed this season with several hard hits both ways.  D- Bryce Fiske of the NE Wolfpack would come a bit unravelled in the 3rd period hitting everything in sight and got thrown from the game in the 3rd.  He is a very good player but can become unravelled.  Fellner, Leslie were strong on defense throwing hits all night long and Nagy showing his cannon shot on many opportunities.

The other semi-final will be the Saskatoon Maniacs vs. Battleford Barons.  The way the schedule went, I was able to view either team, so I'll have a re-cap of their semi-final match-up tomorrow evening.  The Battlefords advanced with a 1-0-2 record while the Maniacs were 2-1-0 in their pool with a loss against Moose Jaw.


Anonymous said...

weyburn and northeast was the best game i have seen in 20 years. at least 12 draft picks betwen these teams. weyburn has nagy, leslie, lenius, fellner, dickie, and melfort has long, elder, fiske, seaman, amunrud, pasuik who should all go. and next year dimitry and warkentin will go too. i had no idea how good these teams are until tonite.

Anonymous said...

the girl goalie katie kowalchuck was outstanding with 25+ shots and 2 breakaways in the 3rd period one of the best performances I have seen in saskatchewan this season