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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Cloverdale are John Reid Memorial Tournament Champions!


The Cloverdale Colts continue to be red hot, winning their 16th game in a row en route to the John Reid Memorial Tournament Final.  The run in St. Albert was very impressive and included wins against L.A. Selects (7-4), Notre Dame (7-5), St. Albert (5-3), Sherwood Park (5-4), BWC (3-1) and Semiahmoo (5-1).

As has been the case all tournament long, the big line of Soy-Seto-Stukel were simply too much to contain for Semiahmoo.  Chris Seto had 1-1-2, Jakob Stukel 2-0-2 and Tyler Soy 2-3-5.  Tyler Soy who was ranked 4th overall in our latest rankings for 97 born finished the tournament with 9-11-20 in the tournament.  Soy was voted tournament M.V.P.  Chris Seto 9-8-17 and Stukel 8-5-13 were far too strong.  Gregory Maggio stopped 35/36 shots in the victory.  Darien Craighead capped off a strong tournament with 7-9-16.  Plotnikoff with 15 points as well as Bradley and Wesley had 11 points a piece.

John Reid Memorial Top 10 Scoring Leaders
1.   Tyler Benson 10-11-21  5GP  SSAC
2.   Tyler Soy  9-11-20  6GP  Cloverdale - MVP
3.   Giorgio Estephan  6-13-19  5GP  SSAC
4.   Chris Seto  9-8-17  6GP  Cloverdale
5.   Darien Craighead  7-9-16  6GP  Semiahmoo
6.   Cole Plotnikoff  8-7-15  6GP  Semiahmoo
7.   Matt Barzal  7-8-15  6GP  BWC
8.   Jakob Stukel  8-5-13  6GP  Cloverdale
9.   Jansen Harkins  7-5-12  5GP  NSWC
10. Jayden Halbgewachs  8-3-11  Balgonie

John Reid Memorial Top 5 Goalies
1.  Nick McBride  4-1-0  2.07  .920  290 minutes  BWC
2.  Logan Thompson  2-0-0  2.22  .933  135 minutes Calgary Bisons
3.  Stefan Wornig  3-1-0  2.51  .920  239 minutes  Semiahmoo Ravens
4.  Zach Sawchenko  1-2-0  2.65  .890  181 minutes  Calgary Royals
5.  Kyle Cheema  3-0-0  2.67  .920  180 minutes  Cloverdale Colts

John Reid Memorial Awards Re-cap
Reid Divison
F-  Tyler Soy
F-  Nick Merkley
F-  Robby Jackson
D-  Parker Wotherspoon
D-  Joe Gatenby
G-  Kyle Cheema

Iginla Division
F-  Andrew Koep
F-  Matt Barzal
F-  Cole Plotnikoff
D-  Ty Schultz
D-  Kale Clague
G-  Stefan Wornig

Top Forward
Tyler Soy

Top Defenseman
Ty Schultz

Top Goalie
Stefan Wornig

Tyler Soy


Anonymous said...

Congratulations Cloverdale, what a great team and super coaching

I think this team has Westerns in their sights

Anonymous said...

Pacific Coast Final Four is going to be real entertaining. We could see the finalists from the 2 major tournaments going at it with only 2 going to provincials. Not counting out Abby or Seafair who could get hot at the right time. Congrats to Cloverdale!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the great coverage!
Cloverdale seems to have found a defensive aspect to their game at the right time. Lots of firepower out there this year - I don't see a single shutout in 40+ games

Anonymous said...

Wornig and Cheema were outstanding all tournament long.

Anonymous said...

Watched the game and surprisingly the Ravens had no good quality scoring chances, their 1 goal was also kind of shaky. Cloverdale did a good job of keeping Semi to the outside, and Cloverdale had the luck on their side when Semi caught the defence and goalie sleeping and missed wide open nets. Overall Cloverdale's forwards came to play again and the defence directed traffic to the outside

Anonymous said...

Great job Cloverdale! Good to see another solid championship game! Cloverdale has certainly come on strong! Great improvements in the goaltending as the season has progressed.