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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Saturday Action

Alberta - AMBHL
Spruce Grove 5 - Red Deer White 3
Spruce Grove gets 1 goal and 2 assists from ERBHL call-up AP player Ryan Peckord.  Peckford, who does appear on the WEHP top 50 '99 born rankings now has 9 pts in 5 games as an AP.  Good chance he would be at or near the top of the scoring for the team if he had played there all season.  Colin Schmidt picked up 2-2-4, giving him 17 points in 10 games.  For Red Deer, Tyler Graber scored twice, he now has 4 goals and is amongst the league PIM leaders with 93 in 21 games.  Captain Tyler Steenbergen had 1-2-3, giving him 24-16-40 in 21 games - 23 more than the next best player on the team.  Red Deer '99 born goalie Dawson Weatherill stopped 45/50.  Weatherill is also on the list for top 99's.

Lloydminster Heat 5 - Edmonton MLAC 5
Two of the better teams in the AMBHL met on Saturday and were fit to be tied thanks to a late 3rd period goal by Lloydminster's Cole Johnson.  Leading the way for the Heat was Cole Johnson and Tre Doyon each with 1-1-2.  Johnson has a team leading 27 goals in 22 games and a league leading 104 PIMS.  D - Kale Clague scored his 22nd goal in his 22nd game.  For MLAC, it was the line of Jevne/Volcan/Readman accounting for all 5 goals as Jevne and Readman scored two each.  Jevne now has 37 goals, Volcan 27 and Readman with 13.  Lloydminster out-shot MLAC 46-24.  The Heat will play SSAC today in a showdown of the top 2 rated prospect - Benson vs. Clague and two of the top 3 teams.

Fort Saskatchewan Rangers 7 - Edmonton KC 4
In Fort Sask, it was the Rangers getting 3 goals and 1 assist from Kole Gable and 1-2-3 from Bailey Whelan in leading the way to the win.  Kole Gable leads the Rangers in scoring with 16-13-29 in 21 games.  Edmonton KC got 1-1-2 each from Alex Rotundo, Mac Mindus and Ryan Mostowich.  Rotundo now has 32-19-51 in 23 games and sits 8th in league scoring.  Brandon Vogel for Fort Sask. stopped 40/44 shots he faced.

Airdrie Xtreme 3 - Southeast Hockey Hounds 3
In Medicine Hat, it was a battle of two contrasting styles with defensive minded Airdrie taking on offensive minded Southeast.  Airdrie would build up a 2-0 lead after the 2nd period only to watch Michael Doneff/Jordan Taupert take over with Doneff scoring all 3 gaols in the 3rd and Taupert assisting on all 3 to give the  Hounds a 3-2 lead up until D - Shaye Seefried scored with just 1 second left on the clock.  Taupert leads the Southest Hounds in scoring with 56 points, while Doneff tied Michael Clarke for the team lead in goals with 25.  Kurtis Chapman stopped 45/48 shots for Airdrie.

Leduc Allen`s Transport 5 - Red Deer Black 2
In Red Deer, Noah Gregor put up 3 goals and 1 assist and Devin Allen stopping 42 of 44 shots in the win.  Gregor leads Leduc in scoring with 19-14-33 in 17 games.  D - Dalton Hamaliuk picked up 3 assists and has 16 points in 15 games this season.  For Red Deer, it was Tyrees Goodrunning with 1-1-2 and D - TJ Brown scoring his 11th goal of the season.  Leduc out-shot Red Deer 44-26.

Calgary Northstar Sabres 6 - Lethbridge Golden Hawks 2
In Lethbridge, Parker Aucoin followed up his 6 goal game with 3 goals in this one, giving him a league leading 40 goals this season.  D - Chase Goods picked up a pair of helpers, giving him a team leading 16 points from the back-end.  Nolan Hildebrand stopped 29 of 31 shots.  Lethbridge got 1-1-2 from team goal scoring leader Jed Horvath.  Horvath now has 17 goals in 22 games this season.

Calgary Royals 6 - Okotoks Oilers 2
In Okotoks, Connor Kendall scored 3 goals and Nic Harringer added 1-1-2 to pace the attack.  Kendall now has 14 goals and is 2nd on the team behind Sean Montgomery who has 19 this season.  Adam Marcoux stopped 25 of 27 for Calgary.  Okotoks, who are now 1-20-0 and have scored just 35 goals while allowing 155 got 1-1-2 from Riley Milford.

Calgary Bisons 7 - Calgary Flames 1
In a battle of crosstown rivals, it was the Bisons moving to 19-2-1 while dropping the Flames to 11-8-1.  Leading the way for the Bisons was Matthew Phillips with 1-4-5 and line-mate Jake Ashton with 2-2-4.  Phillips is 6th in league scoring with 58 points.  Josh Belisle stopped 30 of 31 shots he faced.

Saskatchewan - SBAAHL
Regina Monarchs 5 - Melville Millionaires 5
In Melville, it was Marial Beny scoring his 2nd of the game with under 3 minutes remaining to give the Millionaires a 5-5 tie against the Monarchs.  Beny is having a good season with 27 points in 11 games.  D - Dawson Davidson picked up 3 assists, giving him 21 points in 11 games and Caleb Riess added 1-1-2.  For the Monarchs, it was Mason Mullaney continuing his hot play with 2 goals and 1 assist.  Mullaney has 24 points in 18 games now.  Regina out-shot Melville 41-35.

Sask Valley Vipers 3 - North East Wolfpack 2
The Vipers pull off a minor upset over the now 11-3-1 Wolfpack on Saturday.  Brady Macpherson had 1-1-2 for the Vipers and captain Liam Maley chipped in with a pair of helpers.  Jordan Borstmayer added 1-1-2 for North East.  Sask Valley held a 24-19 shot advantage.

Yorkton Terriers 5 - Swift Current Kabos Raiders 2

Coquitlam Chiefs 3 - Vancouver Thunderbirds 3
Leading the way for the Thunderbirds was Jordan Deyrmenjian with 2 goals and Hunter with the other.  For Coquitlam it was Fantillo, Bromhead and Cho.  `99 born D - Scott Walford didn`t find the scoresheet for Coquitlam but was very strong defensively.  The top duo of Bowering and Fantillo didn`t play the first half of the game together but joined forces once again in the 2nd half.  The Thunderbirds played without talented `99 born Tyson Lin and Matt Kroeker.  The Chiefs were without Troy Robillard.

Surrey Thunder 2 - Abbotsford Hawks 1


Anonymous said...

The Coquitlam TBird update is excellent. It is obviously 2 teams that update. It seems fair and informative. If WEHP could get this information from all Teir 1 teams it would be great to follow. Hope you can make it happen.

Anonymous said...

The site is closing I heard. Can't come too soon.