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Friday, December 14, 2012

98 Super Series Update

The lone western Canada team taking part in the 98 Super Series down in Denver are the North Shore Winterclub Winterhawks.  So far the Winterhawks are fit to be tied as they have gone 1-0-3 in 4 games thus far.  '99 born Justin Almeida is leading the team in scoring with 5-1-6 and Tak Anholt has 0-6-6 so far.  '99 Jordy Bellerive has been very good as well with 3-2-5.  Dorin Luding has been amongst the top goalies with a very good .923 save percentage and a 2.12 GAA.

Other strong players so far in the series have been Phillip Knies and Blake Bargar from Arizona.  Hank Crone and Max Gildon from Dallas.  Max Gerlach and Douglas Dendy from Colorado.  More to come tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

15 shots and 3 go in. Thats not so good, for this top ranked goalie.

Anonymous said...

Hawks win it all

Anonymous said...

Lol thanks for posting your opinion but really its irrelevant

Anonymous said...

Really weak scoring here. Expected much better from the top rated forwards playing against average teams.

Anonymous said...

There were no weak teams. Look st the scores across the group. These are all top us teams with skill and speed and would beat all the pcaha ba1 teams (excluding bwc). 5 comp games with speed and skill way better than any tournament we have attended thus far. Being 3 easy games and 3 hard games.