|Balgonie Prairie Storm - Champs in Regina|
Congratulations to the Richmond Blues on winning the Tim Jardine Bantam Tournament this evening over the Vancouver Thunderbirds.
Congratulations to the Balgonie Prairie Storm and MVP Jared Legien on winning the Regina Bantam AA Tournament this afternoon. They defeat the very good Regina Pat Blues 2-1 in the final.
Next up, Medicine Hat and Calgary in two highly anticipated tournament next weekend.
First of all, sorry for the delay in updating the blog over recent days as I have been on the road and away from the computer for the better part of 5 days here. Here is what has transpired for those of you who come here to get caught up.
Tim Jardine Bantam AAA Showcase
|Juan de Fuca||3||2||1||0||4||17||8||+9||0.667||W2|
Semi Finals are set for today as Vancouver T-Birds will take on South Delta while Richmond will take on Seafair. Vancouver defeated Surrey 5-1 in the quarter-finals while Richmond defeated Cloverdale 11-1 in another quarter-final game. South Delta defeated North Delta 5-1.
|1||CAMERON COUTRE||17||F||Juan de Fuca||3||8||1||9||3.0||0|
|2||NICHOLAS WICKS||17||F||South Delta||4||6||2||8||2.0||0|
|4||RYAN JONES||4||D||South Delta||4||0||6||6||1.5||0|
|5||BRYN DAVIES||10||F||South Delta||4||4||1||5||1.3||0|
|6||SAM KOZLOWSKI||9||F||South Delta||4||3||2||5||1.3||0|
|7||JORDAN GUINEY||9||F||Juan de Fuca||3||3||1||4||1.3||0|
|11||TYLER PREZIUSO||18||F||Juan de Fuca||3||2||2||4||1.3||0|
|13||MATTHEW ROGERS||16||F||South Delta||4||0||4||4||1.0||0|
Regina Bantam AA Hockey Challenge
The Regina Bantam AA Hockey Challenge is now in to its 4th and final day of action. We will have a more in depth re-cap likely on Tuesday. All Saskatchewan teams are taking part as well as a team from Oakville, ON and the Brandon Wheatkings.
Tournament First Team All-Stars
F - Jordan Borstmayer - North East Wolfpack
F - Jared Legien - Balgonie Prairie Storm
F - Kolby Johnson - West Central Wheat Kings
D - Dawson Davidson - Melville Millionaires
D - Curran Reeve - Saskatoon Outlaws
G - Declan Hobbs - Saskatoon Generals
Tournament Second Team All-Stars
F- Garrett Pilon - West Central Wheat Kings
F - Caleb Griffin - Regina Silver Foxes
F - Tanner Fiddler - Prince Albert Raiders
D - Matthew Parsons - Humboldt Broncos
D - Jordan Malainey - Saskatoon Generals
G - Kyle Steinke - Regina Monarchs
F - Jared Legien - Balgonie Prairie Storm
|Jared Legien - MVP in Regina|
Semi - Finals
Regina Pat Blues vs. Regina Monarchs
Northeast Wolfpack vs. Balgonie Prairie Storm
|Thursday, November 8, 2012|
|1||C2 - Re/Max||8:45 - 10:45||North East Wolfpack 2||Regina Monarchs 5|
|2||C6 - Co-operators||9:00- 11:00||Brandon Wheat Kings 2||Melville Millionaires 5|
|3||C2 - Re/Max||11:00- 13:00||Saskatoon Generals 2||Regina Pat Blues 2|
|4||C3 - RMP||11:30 - 13:30||West Central Wheat Kings 4||Prairie Storm 3|
|5||C6 - Co-operators||11:15 - 13:15||Saskatoon Maniacs 2||Swift Current Kabos Raiders 6|
|6||C4 - Prairie Mobile||11:15 - 13:15||Westman Cougars 8||Weyburn Cres. Point Wings 1|
|7||C2 - Re/Max||13:15 - 15:15||Saskatoon Frostbite 4||Prince Albert Raiders 6|
|8||C3 - RMP||13:45-15:45||Oakville Rangers 4||Regina Silver Foxes 1|
|9||C6 - Co-operators||13:30 - 15:30||Sask Valley Vipers 6||Estevan Bruins 5|
|10||C4 - Prairie Mobile||13:30 - 15:30||Saskatoon Stallions 4||Yorkton Terriers 6|
|11||C2 - Re/Max||15:30-17:30||Saskatoon Bandits 0||North East Wolfpack 7|
|12||C4 - Prairie Mobile||15:45-17:45||Regina Monarchs 6||Melville Millionaires 4|
|13||C2 - Re/Max||17:45-19:45||Battlefords Barons 1||Saskatoon Generals 4|
|14||C3 - RMP||18:00-20:00||Saskatoon Outlaws 3||West Central Wheat Kings 11|
|15||C4 - Prairie Mobile||18:00-20:00||Prairie Storm 9||Weyburn Cres. Point Wings 2|
|16||Al Ritchie||17:45-19:45||Regina Pat Blues 3||Swift Current Kabos Raiders 3|
|17||C2 - Re/Max||20:00-22:00||Moose Jaw Warriors 4||Saskatoon Frostbite 7|
|18||C3 - RMP||20:15-22:15||Humboldt Broncos 2||Oakville Rangers 2|
|19||C4 - Prairie Mobile||20:15-22:15||Regina Silver Foxes 8||Yorkton Terriers 8|
|20||Al Ritchie||20:00-22:00||Prince Albert Raiders 5||Estevan Bruins 3|
|Friday, November 9, 2012|
|21||C4 - Prairie Mobile||8:30 - 10:30||Saskatoon Maniacs 1||Battlefords Barons 8|
|22||C3 - RMP||8:30 - 10:30||Swift Current Kabos Raiders 2||Saskatoon Generals 3|
|23||C4 - Prairie Mobile||10:45-12:45||Brandon Wheat Kings 7||Saskatoon Bandits 2|
|24||C6 - Co-operators||10:45-12:45||Westman Cougars 6||Saskatoon Outlaws 3|
|25||C3 - RMP||10:45-12:45||Melville Millionaires 0||North East Wolfpack 7|
|26||C1- Seven Oaks||11:00-13:00||Weyburn Cres. Point Wings 0||West Central Wheat Kings 5|
|27||C4 - Prairie Mobile||13:00-15:00||Sask Valley Vipers 8||Moose Jaw Warriors 1|
|28||C6 - Co-operators||13:00-15:00||Saskatoon Stallions 4||Humboldt Broncos 5|
|29||C3 - RMP||13:00-15:00||Estevan Bruins 2||Saskatoon Frostbite 5|
|30||C1- Seven Oaks||13:15-15:15||Yorkton Terriers 5||Oakville Rangers 4|
|31||C4 - Prairie Mobile||15:15-17:15||Battlefords Barons||Regina Pat Blues|
|32||C3 - RMP||15:15-17:15||Saskatoon Generals||Saskatoon Maniacs|
|33||C4 - Prairie Mobile||17:30-19:30||Saskatoon Bandits||Regina Monarchs|
|34||C3 - RMP||17:30-19:30||North East Wolfpack||Brandon Wheat Kings|
|35||C2 - Re/Max||17:45-19:45||West Central Wheat Kings||Westman Cougars|
|36||C5- DQ||18:45-20:45||Saskatoon Outlaws||Prairie Storm|
|37||C4 - Prairie Mobile||19:45-21:45||Moose Jaw Warriors||Prince Albert Raiders|
|38||C6 - Co-operators||19:45-21:45||Humboldt Broncos||Regina Silver Foxes|
|39||C3 - RMP||19:45-21:45||Saskatoon Frostbite||Sask Valley Vipers|
|40||C2 - Re/Max||20:00-22:00||Oakville Rangers||Saskatoon Stallions|
Alberta - AMBHL
Edmonton MLAC 5 - Grand Prairie 3
Ryan Jevne scores twice and Nolan Volcan assists on a pair in leading MLAC past Grand Prairie on Friday night. The win improved MLAC to 8-2-2. Grand Prairie got a pair of tallies from Zacheri Schlachter, he now has 5 on the season and is second on the team for goals. John Tiede also scored and leads the team in scoring with 11 points in 14 games. MLAC held the shots edge at 57-33, which included 27 first period shots.
Edmonton KC 4 - Edmonton CAC 2
Edmonton KC have now won 6 of their past 8 games after starting the year at 0-6-0. Team scoring leader Alex Rotundo continued his consistent play with 1-1-2. Rotundo has 26 points in 14 games now this season. Mac Mindus picked up 2 helpers and he now has 15 points. '99 born Troy Dudley had one of the goals for CAC, his first of the season. KC out-shot CAC 41-36 in moving to 6-8-0. CAC is now down to 3-8-0.
Edmonton MLAC 11 - Grand Prairie 5
The Ryan Jevne show continues on Saturday as he picked up his 2nd - 6 goal game in the past 6 contests. Jevne now has 20 goals in his past 6 games and is 2nd in the goal scoring race with 27 - just one back of Tyler Benson. Ty Readman picked up 1-5-6 and has 29 points in 13 games, just one back of 2nd on the team behind Nolan Volcan. Michael Dilullo had a 5 point game as well for MLAC. For Grand Prairie, Logan Mazerolle was the hot hand with 4 goals, giving him a team leading 6 this season. MLAC improves to 9-2-2 and sit 5 points back of league leading SSAC. Grand Prairie drops to 2-11-1 and have allowed 105 goals in 14 games this season.
Lloydminster 6 - Leduc 5
Lloydminster improve to 10-1-3 and sit 2nd in the AMBHL North standings, just 2 points back of SSAC. Leduc drops to 5-6-2. Lloydminster, who fired 60 shots on Leduc goalie Dane Dow needed two 3rd period late goals to earn the win. They got goals from 6 different players and Mason Shaw picked up 3 assists in the game. Shaw leads the team with 10-27-37 in 13 games. The leagues scoring leader from defense - Kale Clague picked up 1-1-2 and now has 32 points in 14 games. Noah Gregor scored 3 times for Leduc, he now has team leading 10 goals.
Calgary Flames 3 - Red Deer White 1
The Flames improve to 7-5-1 and Red Deer White fall to 3-9-1 and sit 2nd last in the AMBHL South. Markus Boguslavsky led the way for Calgary with 1-1-2. The '99 born now has 7 points in 13 games. Kyle Cornford scored his 5th of the season for Red Deer White. Land Congdon stopped 36/39 shots for Red Deer.
More to come later.....
Winnipeg AAA Bantam League
Winnipeg Hawks 6 - Interlake 0
The Hawks improve to 9-1-0 and have scored 56 goals and allowed just 12 in 10 games so far. The Interlake Lightning fall to 6-4-0 and are 5th in league standings. Vince Loschaivo led the way once again in the absence of top forward Nolan Patrick. Loschaivo scored 2-1-3 and leads the Hawks with 22 points in 10 games. Just 3 points back of league leader Dylan Thiessen. Ryan Kubic, our top ranked goalie earned the shut-out. Kubic now has a 0.83 GAA in 6 games so far.
Winnipeg Warriors 5 - Pembina Valley 4
The Winnipeg Warriors improve to 8-1-0 and Pembina Valley drops to 4-4-1.
British Columbia - OMAHA
POE 8 - Kamloops 2 - Friday
POE 8 - Kelowna 2 - Saturday
Kamloops will play Kelowna this afternoon.