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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Wednesday Update

Lloydminster 5 - Ft Saskatchewan 1
The Lloydminster Heat improved their record to 18-3-1 and in the process have moved to within 3 points of league leading SSAC with a game in hand.   Ft Saskatchewan continue to struggle dropping to 2-18-2, having scored just 45 goals in the 22 games played.  Leading the way for Lloydminster in this one was once again Andrew Koep with 2-1-3 and 98 D- Kale Clague with 1-1-2.  With the 2 goals, Koep has now taken over the league lead in goals with 30 in 21 games and has moved in to 6th in the point scoring race.  While 98 born D- Kale Clague has moved in to 2nd place in defenseman scoring with 8-18-26 in 22 games, just 2 points back of fellow 98 D- David Quennville of the previously mentioned SSAC squad.  Tucker Cochrane was in goal for Lloydminster and turned aside 13/14 shots.  Cochrane is now 2nd in league GAA with a sparkling 1.98.  For Ft Saskatchewan Torre Covenden scored the lone goal, his team leading 10th of the season.  Goalie Carter Hart stopped 48/53 shots in the loss.  Hart has a pretty respectable .890 save percentage this season.

Edmonton CAC 5 - Leduc Allen's Transport 3
In Edmonton last night it was Edmonton CAC winning their 3rd game in row and have scored 21 goals in that span.  They have also won 6 of their past 7 games, having scored 45 goals in the streak.  CAC is now up to 13-7-2.  Leduc, who has been a bit hot and cold this season is now at 11-8-3.  For CAC on this night it was 5 different goal scorers finding the mark, including team scoring leader Brayden Burke with his 18th goal and 48th point.  Burke's 48 points have him 5th in league scoring.  For Leduc, Brett Kegler faced 55 shots, turning aside 50 of them.  Leduc was without team scoring leader Matt Fonteyne, top scoring defenseman Gordon Ballhorn and his 17 points were out and the teams 2nd leading scorer Justin Young also sat this one out.

AMBHL gets back in to full swing tonight with 4 games on the schedule.  The Calgary Bronks will play cross town rival Calgary Bisons.  Lloydminster will look to continue their assent up to 1st overall as they play 3-17-3 Grand Prairie tonight and tomorrow in Grand Prairie.  5-17-1 Spruce Grove will play 14-4-5 St. Albert in St. Albert.  In another cross town Calgary match-up it will be the Calgary Nortstar Sabres playing the Calgary Royals.  The Northstar Sabres have just a 2 point lead for the division final playoff spot over Okotoks while the Royals have just 2 losses in 21 games this season.

Saskatchewan Bantam Hockey
The SBAAHL really won't get back in to full swing until Saturday when there will be 5 games.  In the mean time the Yorkton Terriers, coming off a 6-4 Saskatoon Tournament loss in the final to the Saskatoon Stallions will take on the Regina Oilers.  The Oilers are 5-8-0 in league play and the Terriers are 9-5-1.  Tomorrow, the Regina Hurricanes will head to Moose Jaw to take on the bantam Warriors.  Both the Hurricanes and Warriors have struggled so far this year with well below .500 records.

GSHL Bantam Tournament
The Saskatoon Bantam Tournament wrapped up over the weekend with the Saskatoon Stallions rolling to a 6-4 finals win over the Yorkton Terriers.  The tournament was a bit smaller than in years past with just 12 teams taking part.  Amongst the teams attending were; all 6 Saskatoon teams, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Yorkton Terriers, Regina Hurricanes, Bow Valley and Airdrie Lightning.  Neither Airdrie or Bow Valley were able to win any round robin or playoff games.  That is until Airdrie beat Bow Valley 8-1 in the consolation final.  On the other hand, the Stallions went a perfect 5-0-0 to win it.

Scoring Leaders
1.   D- Tate Olson  5-10-15  Saskatoon Stallions
2.   Landon Walters  3-8-11  Regina Hurricanes
3.   Kaden Elder  9-1-10  Saskatoon Stallions (98)
4.   Wyatt Sloboshan  2-8-10  Saskatoon Maniacs
5.   Lane Pederson  4-5-9  Saskatoon Generals
6.   Kaleb Dahlgren  4-4-8  Saskatoon Maniacs
7.   Wyatt Shew  3-5-8  Saskatoon Outlaws
8.   Garrett Pilon  3-5-8  Saskatoon Outlaws
9.   Gage Ramsay  1-7-8  Saskatoon Stallions
10. Ethan Wingerak  6-1-7  Saskatoon Outlaws

British Columbia
The PCAHA has resumed action now with Seafair taking on Langley last night and another pair of games tonight.  In a key match-up, it will be BWC - fresh off an impressive Los Angeles tournament victory taking on Cloverdale - fresh off a Burnaby Christmas Tournament victory head-lining the early portion of the schedule in the second  half.  Also tonight NSWC will play host to Burnaby Minor.

The OMAHA will resume action this weekend with four games on the league schedule.  POE will play three straight games at home against Kamloops, Vernon and Kelowna.  OHA or Prince George will not play at all coming up this weekend.

Burnaby Christmas Tournament All-Stars
Top Forward - Chris Seto - Cloverdale
Top Defenseman - Mitchell Stapley - NSWC
Top Goalie - Bo Didur - NSWC

1st All-Star Team
G - Bo Didur - NSWC
D - Parker Wotherspoon - Cloverdale
D-  Mitchell Stapley - NSWC
F-  Jansen Harksin - NSWC
F - Chris Seto - Cloverdale
F-  Glenn Gawdin - Seafair

2nd All-Star Team
G- Markus Daly - Victoria
D- Dennis Cholowski - Langley
D- Kieren Moon - Seafair
F-  Colton Kroeker - Surrey
F-  Tyler Soy - Cloverdale
F-  Matt Bradley - Semiahmoo

Manitoba Bantam
The Winnipeg AAA bantam league will also get underway once again this weekend.  The Winnipeg Warriors head to Brandon on Friday night.  The Warriors and Brandon are both in a battle for top spot in the league, sandwiched in the middle are the Winnipeg Monarchs who are off this weekend.  The Winnipeg Sharks are in action tonight vs. Interlake in a battle of two teams near the bottom of the standings.  The Hawks will also play Interlake, Friday night.

The next Hockey Manitoba bantam showcase will take place in Winnipeg from February 10-12.


Anonymous said...

What about Isaac Tkachuk for Fort Saskatchewan ?

Anonymous said...

I love the play of Jace Woodley from Fort Saskatchewan.......