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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Late Thursday

Road to the westerns in Spruce Grove
Semiahmoo 5 - Seafair 1 
- Semiahmoo joins Cloverdale in the Final 4

NSWC win tonight over Abbotsford
- NSWC need just one point in the next 2 games to advance.

Weyburn 3 - Swift Current 2
- Top 2 round rated prospect Regan Nagy scores all 3 Weyburn goals.

Prince Albert 6 - West Central 4
- Prince Albert gets 3 point games from Reed Gunville and Matthew Meyer.  Highly rated prospect Matthew Campese served a suspension.

Winnipeg AAA League
Monarchs defeat Hawks 2-1 and take a 2-0 series lead
Sharks defeat Warriors 3-1 and also take a 2-0 series lead

AMBHL Playoffs
Bisons lead Royals 1-0 in the best of 3
Medicine Hat and Airdrie to begin tomorrow.
SSAC leads CAC 1-0 in the best of 3
Lloydminster leads Leduc 1-0 in the best 3

- All four division finals resume tomorrow evening.


Anonymous said...

Was at the Swift Current and Weyburn game and must give full credit to both sides for a hard fought game. Swift has a very hard working team and Weyburn is hard working and was very physical. Swift Current's goalie Zinger is very good. Nagy was very good and Dickie and Fellner laid out several punishing hits for Weyburn. Swift Current's Doerksen was very good. This playoff run will be great for Swift who should be the pride of the league next year. Weyburn's veteran club looks perfectly built for a long playoff. Was a very good game to watch. The work ethic was very high on both teams. Swift has nothing to be ashamed of, but I just don't think they can handle Dickie and Fellner's physical play for a full series. Could go three though.

Anonymous said...

NWSC 7 - Abbotsford 0!

Anonymous said...

Watched the first Wpg AAA warrior/Shark semi-final game which saw the return of Nicholas Holben back in net for the Sharks. Sharks played a disiplined game and moved the puck very well. Team Warriors couldn't get much offense going. First game goes to the Sharks.

Anonymous said...

watched my nephew in sc. was a good battle. not here to slam any players, but outside of the nagey kid, i didnt see much out of the other two players that was talked about here. maybe an off gme for those other two, but most of weyburn were better. young kids on sc playeed good