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Friday, September 14, 2012

Can/Am 98SuperSeries Underway

Okanagan Hockey Academy 1 - Dallas Stars Elite 1 FINAL
- Hank Crone scored for Dallas and Andy Stevens for OHA.  Aris Anagnostopolous stopped 44/45 shots for OHA.  Kevin Graves stopped 17/18 for Dallas.

North Shore Winter Club 8 - San Jose Jr. Sharks 1 FINAL

Burnaby Winter Club 5 - LA Jr. Kings 4 FINAL
Jake Kryski has 2 goals for BWC and singles so far are to Uy, Kylyshbeck and '99 born Rhyu.

Pursuit of Excellence 4 - Dallas Stars Elite 2 FINAL
- Jost (2), Mcdonald and Andrusiak for POE.  Gildon was outstanding defensively for Dallas.

Okanagan Hockey Academy 3 - Anaheim 1 FINAL
For half the game Anaheim was able to hang in thanks to the goaltending of Matt Nieto but in the end OHA was able to pull away and move to 1-0-0 with a 3-1 win.  Scoring for OHA was, Carter Kyle, Jordan Fidanza and top 2 round ranked Beck Malenstyn with 1-1-2.  Brody Wilms turned aside 23 of 24 for OHA while Matt Nieto stopped 29 of 32.

- Stay tuned throughout the weekend on the website or twitter which is on the right side of the webpage for the latest updates, thoughts and comments.

- In the early pair of games this morning, Anaheim will need some outstanding goaltending from Nieto to steal the game vs. OHA while POE and Dallas promises to a be a very competitive game.


Anonymous said...

What good is the Can/Am 98SuperSeries website if they don't update it? First 2 games were great but they sure did lose interest in a hurry!

Anonymous said...

Great games at the super series! Wanted to go see the Langley A2 V.S the NSWC A2 team. The game was tied 2-2 nswc got out played by langleys goaltenders. Leas led nswc with 1 goal 1 assist and 2 breakaways. Less Crookshank And De Jong great line. Possibly the NSWC a1 line 2 next year? If Leas grows he will be the ideal power forward. He has speed,strength,agility and hockey intelligence he can still hit bigger players and not get hit by them