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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Sunday/Weekend Update

British Columbia - PCAHA
Friday Game
Cloverdale 0  at North Shore Winter Club 13 FINAL

Saturday Game
Surrey 0 at Burnaby Winter Club 7 FINAL

Sunday Games
Langley 5 at Coquitlam 2 Final
Burnaby MHA 5  at Cloverdale 1 FINAL

Kelowna Jr Rockets Tier 1 Tournament

***Calgary Royals defeat Richmond 8-2 on Sunday morning and will face the winner of Kelowna/Kamloops in the final this afternoon as predicted.***

Game 1 8am-10am             Memorial Nanaimo 1 vs Kelowna 7 FINAL
Game 2 10:15am-12:15pm   Memorial PG 6  vs South Delta 5 FINAL
Game 3 12:30pm-2:30pm     Memorial Calgary  Royals 4 vs Kamloops 2 FINAL
Game 4 2:45pm-4:45pm       Memorial Nanaimo 2  vs Richmond 8
Game 5 5pm-7pm                 Memorial Kelowna 5 vs Okotoks 1
Game 6 7:15pm-9:15pm       Memorial Kamloops 6 vs PG 2
Game 7 8am-10am         Memorial South Delta 1 vs Calgary Royals 10 FINAL
Game 8 10:15am-12:15pm   Memorial Okotoks 3  vs Nanaimo 5
Game 9 12:30pm-2:30pm   Memorial Kelowna 1 vs Richmond 1
Game 10 2:45pm-4:45pm       Memorial Calgary Royals  4 vs PG 2 FINAL
Game 11 5pm-7pm                 Memorial South Delta 3 vs Kamloops 5
Game 12 7:15pm-9:15pm       Memorial Richmond 3  vs Okotoks 5
Game 13 7am-9am Memorial Calgary Royals 8 - Richmond 2
Game 14 9:15am-11:15am   Memorial Kamloops 5 - Kelowna 1
Game 15 11:30am-1:30pm Memorial South Delta 6 - Okotoks 3
Game 16 11:30am-1:30pm     Rutland Prince George 3 - Nanaimo 1 
Game 17 2pm-4pm Memorial Finals Calgary Royals 9 - Kamloops 1 

Alberta - AMBHL
Friday Game
Fort Saskatchewan 4  at Edmonton KC 5 FINAL
- First win of the season for Edmonton KC.

Saturday Games
Camrose 0 at Lloydminster 6 FINAL

Southeast 5 at Red Deer Black 4
The Hockey Hounds continue their hot play after starting out 0-3-0 with a 5-4 win on Saturday.  Leading the  way for Southeast was D - Tash Bowles and Michael Doneff each with 1-1-2.  Doneff now has a team leading 8-13-21 in 9 games.  Bowles is amongst the defenseman scoring leaders with 9 points now.  For Red Deer, Luke Coleman got his team leading 7th goal of the season in just his 7th game.  Hockey Hounds out-shot Red Deer Black 46-32.

Edmonton SSAC 6  at Edmonton MLAC 4
SSAC get 3 goals and 3 assists from league scoring leader Tyler Benson as they skate by rival MLAC 6-4.  Benson now has a 21 point lead over the 2nd place scorer in the AMBHL Sam Steel.  So far Benson has put up 20-24-44 in 9 games.  He is very much on track to shatter Ty Rattie's 131 point record.  The Lions are now 8-0-1.  Nolan Yaremko who came over from Grand Prairie has found some chemistry with Benson and added 1-2-3 in the game - he has 21 points now.  MLAC got goals from 4 different players and were led by Ryan Jevne with 1-1-2.  Jevne now has 13 points which is 3 behind team scoring leader Nolan Volcan.  SSAC out-shot MLAC  45-33.  Top goalie Stuart Skinner stopped just 17/21 before being replaced by Ryan Berlin half way through the game when the score was 4-1 MLAC.

Edmonton CAC 6 at St. Albert 3
CAC move to 3-5-0 and drop St. Albert to 1-7-0 after the 6-3 CAC win.  Brayden Hyland led the way for CAC with 1-2-3.  Hyland now has 5 points in 8 games.  Cory Babichuk had 1-1-2 and has 5 points to lead all CAC dmen.  St. Albert, who have struggled to score this season got goals from 3 different players.  Jaedon Leslie led the way with 2 assists and now has a team leading 7 points in 8 games.  CAC out-shot St. Albert 55-32.

Grand Prairie 1 at Leduc 8
Noah Gregor picked up 3 goals and Jason Jakubowski added 2 goals and 1 assist in an easy 8-1 Leduc victory.  Gregor now has 6-4-10 in 5 games so far.  Team scoring leader Lane Zablocki had 1-1-2 and now has 12 points.  Leduc held a 49-27 edge in shots with Devin Allen stopping 26/27, Allen has been very strong this season.  Logan Mazerolle scored his team leading 2nd of the season for Grand Prairie who are now 2-5-0.

Calgary Northstar Sabres 5 at Airdrie 1
Brayden Dunn picked up 2 goals and 1 assist, Brayden Juett had 1-2-3 and team scoring leader Parker Aucoin with 1-1-2 in the 5-1 win.  Parker Aucoin now has 10-4-14 in 6 games played while Dunn and Juett are 2nd and 3rd in team scoring.  The Northstar Sabres are now 5-1-0 this season and have out-scored their opponents 33-10.  The Xtreme lone goal came from D- Thane Kondrat, his 1st of the season.  Shot were 37-26 Northstar Sabres.

Calgary Flames 7 at Lethbridge 2 FINAL

Sunday Games
Southeast 12 at Camrose 4 FINAL

Grand Prairie 1  at Sherwood Park 12 FINAL
The AMBHL's 2nd leading scorer picks up 2 goals and 5 assists and puts a bit of a dent in the Tyler Benson AMBHL scoring dominance in the Sherwood Park 12-1 win.  Keenan Roszko picked up 3 goals and now has 5 this season.  Brandon Biro had 4 points in the game and Jacob Halliday was very solid on defense.  Luke Lush stopped 23/24 in the win.

Calgary Bisons 9 at Red Deer Black 5 FINAL
Red Deer White at Calgary Flames
Lethbridge at Calgary Northstar Sabres
Airdrie at Fort Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan - SBAAHL
Friday Games
West Central 4 at Notre Dame AA  Hounds 2
West Central moved to 6-0-1 after doubling up the Notre Dame Hounds AA.  Kolby Johnson, Garrett Pilon and Ryder Kissick paced the attack with 1-1-2.  Johnson is the team scoring leader so far and we expect him to be a top 2 round pick.  Jared Power scored both goals for Notre Dame and now has 3 in 6 games.

Melville 8 at Estevan 0
The Millionaires get 2 goals and 3 assists from offensive defenseman Dawson Davidson in winning their first game of the season in 3 tries.  Davidson now has a team leading 7 points in 3 games.  Jace Woods and Caleb Riess each scored twice as well for Melville.  Those goals were there first two goals of the season each.  Melville was 3/8 on the PP and Estevan 0/7.

Balgonie Prairie Storm 12 at Battlefords Barons 7
The Prairie Storm get a huge game from top 3 round ranked Jared Legien who picked up 2-6-8.  Damien Bentz had 2-2-4, '99 born Eamon Milligan 3-2-5 and Jared Dmytriw had 2-2-4 in the win.  Balgonie moved to 3-1-0 and the Battlefords down to 1-2-0.  The Prairie Storm were 3/16 on the PP.  Battlefords got 2 goals each from Brandon Lesko and Jayden Nactagaele.  Both have a team leading 5 points in 3 games.

Humboldt 2 at North East Wolfpack 5
Humboldt fire 58 shots and North East goalie Hunter Arps who turned aside 56/58.  Humboldt had 13 PP's in the game.  6'2 D - Tristen Charles led the way for North East with 2 goals, giving him 4-2-6.  Drayden Ukrainetz scored his first of the season and now has a team leading 6 points.

Saturday Games
West Central 8  at Weyburn 3
West Central are now a North Division leading 7-0-1 after skating by Weyburn on Saturday.  Kolby Johnson had 1-2-3, giving him a team leading 15 points in 8 games.  Garrett Pilon found the scoresheet once again with goals, giving him 7 goals on the season and Brayden Buziak scored twice and now has 4 goals and 7 points.  '99 born Tristyn Deroose led the way for Weyburn with 1-2-3 and has a team leading 5 points in 2 games.

Estevan  2 at Yorkton 3
The Terriers win their first game of the season in moving to 1-3-0 while the Bruins fall to 1-4-0.  Yorkton held a 40-26 shots advantage and got singles from Kylan Shea, Brayden Miller and Jonah Sutter.  Miller has a team leading 3 goals in 4 games.  Estevan got goals from Kolten Ganson and Colton Wilton.  Both players have a team leading 3 goals in 5 games.

Notre Dame AA 3 at Swift Current 2
Notre Dame win their first game of the season and Swift Current drop to 2-4-1.  Swift Current held a 45-14 shots advantage but ran in to a hot goalie named Colby Entz.  Taylor Kreutzer had 2 assists for Notre Dame and has a team leading 8 points in 7 games.  Tanner Nagel and Carter Tangen scored for Swift Current.  Nagel leads the team in scoring with 9 points in 7 games.

Moose Jaw 1 at Sask Valley 7
Sask Valley move to 3-2-1 and Moose Jaw remain winless at 0-3-0 after a 7-1 Vipers win.  Colby Haugen scored twice to pace the attack.  Team scoring leader Liam Maley added 2 assists and now has 13 points in 7 games already.  Brett Willems picked up the win in goal.  Moose Jaw lone scorer was Levi Watkinson his first of the season.

Balgonie Prairie Storm 10  at Prince Albert 6
The Prairie Storm cap off a wild weekend of hockey with a 10-6 win in Prince Albert, handing the VH Raiders their first loss of the season in the process.  Jared Dmytriw was once again on fire with 2-5-7.  Dmytiw now has 21 points and 10 goals in his first 5 games.  Damien Bentz picked up 2-4-6, giving him 17 points and Marshall Wilton had a 5 point game.  Drew Warkentine scored twice for the VH Raiders, giving him a team leading 12 goals and 19 points in 7 games.

Sunday Games
West Central at Estevan
Regina Pat Blues at Yorkton
Sask Valley at Prince Albert
North East at Humboldt
Melville at Notre Dame AA

Manitoba - Winnipeg AAA Bantam League
Friday Games
Thunder Bay 4 at Winnipeg Monarchs 3 OT

Saturday Games
Brandon 2 at Winnipeg Warriors 5
Pembina Valley 1 at Central Plains 3
Winnipeg Hawks 6 at Southwest Cougars 2
Interlake 4 at Yellowhead 3
Winnipeg Monarchs 3 at Thunder Bay 2

Sunday Games
Brandon at Winnipeg Hawks
Thunder Bay at Winnipeg Monarchs


Anonymous said...

Royals looked good out there. Only thing that kept PG in the game was their goalie.

Anonymous said...

Cloverdale scored a goal!

Anonymous said...

Royals winning the tournament was no surprise. As expected Johnson looked good on Kamloops also Tilsley on South Delta with South Delta only winning 1 game.

Anonymous said...

The Royals success here shows the high quality of the teams in Calgary this year. Every divisional game will be a battle!