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Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sunday - AMBHL Action

Calgary Northstar Sabres 4 - Southeast Hockey Hounds 2
The Northstar Sabres score two 3rd period goals and move to 1-0-0 with a win at home against Medicine Hat this afternoon.  Leading the way for the Sabres was highly touted Parker Aucoin with 2 goals, including the GWG in the 3rd.  Josh Barze had 1-1-2 and Josh Logel picked up a pair of assists.  Ian Scott turned aside 33/35 shots in the win.  For the Hockey Hounds, it was Jordan Taupert and Regan Doig scoring.  D - Ryan Teslak, who came over from Cranbrook this season picked up a pair of assists.  The Hockey Hounds were without Slater Dykema in this one.  Kayden Pickles stopped 33/37 shots in net.

Calgary Bisons 11 - Lethbridge Golden Hawks 4
The Calgary Bisons show early why they are one of the favourites to represent Alberta at westerns this season as they defeat Lethbridge 11-4.  The Golden Hawks are now 1-1-0, after beating the Royals yesterday 5-2.  The Bisons had a balanced scoring attack as 9 different players found the score-sheet but leading the way was Matthew Phillips and Dylan Williamson each scoring twice.  '99 born Kyle Olson had 1-3-4 as did D- Ryley Mckinstry.  Nick Sanders stopped 31/35 shots he faced for Calgary.  Lethbridge was led by D - Blake Keiner who had 1-1-2.  Grayson Constable had a pair of helpers.  Lethbridge goalies Matt Lukacs and Andrew Suriano combined to stop 35/46 shots.

Red Deer Rebels White 9 - Okotoks Oilers 2
The Rebels White are off to a 2-0-0 start to the season and the young Okotoks Oilers are now 0-2-0 as Red Deer skates away with the convincing 9-2 victory, Sunday afternoon.  Tyler Steenbergen led the way with his 2nd consecutive 4 point effort in as many days with 2-2-4.  Kyle Cornford had 3 goals and one assist....Tyler Wall with 2-1-3 all had multiple point games.  '99 born Dawson Weatherill stopped 22/24 shots he faced for Red Deer.  Okotoks got singles from a pair of '99 born players as Nolan Steer and Riley Romanshenko each scored.  Isaiah Betinol stopped 32/41 shots for the Oilers.

Red Deer Rebels Black 5 - Airdrie Xtreme 3
The Rebels Black are also now 2-0-0 while Airdrie drops to 0-2-0 after a 5-3 Rebels Black victory.  One of WEHP's top ranked 1999 born prospects for the 2014 WHL Bantam Draft - Jeremy Klessens scored 3 goals....Fellow '99 born player D - Adam Sandstrom had 2 assists as did one of our ranked players D - TJ Brown.  Graydon Larson turned aside 21/24 shots in the Red Deer net.  Andrew Fyten led the way for Airdrie with 2-1-3...We expect some good things from Fyten this season.  Jake Carlson stopped 39/44 shots he faced for the Xtreme.


Anonymous said...

Aside from the 4 Calgary teams, the south division teams are real weak this year. The two RD teams will battle to win the Ram South division, which is a bit of an oddity....

Anonymous said...

The Royals are weaker than half the Ram South teams this year. Not a bash, just the simple truth

Anonymous said...

That's impressive insight after one week of play and glancing at the standing quickly... lol

Anonymous said...

The royals are much stronger then they look so far...

Anonymous said...

The hounds are rippin it up now arent they 3rd in goals?