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Monday, December 3, 2012

Weekend Action

British Columbia
Friday Action
NSWC Winterhawks 2 - Langley Eagles 1
- A very short-handed Langley squad didn't quite have enough to pull off the upset.  The Eagles were without their star goalie '99 Jordan Hollett, Jesse Lansdell, Alec Capstick as well as Darlington and Mackewn.  NSWC got 16/17 shots stopped by G - Cole Demers and goals from '99 Jordy Bellerive and Keyvan Mohktari in the win.

Saturday Action
NSWC Winterhawks 7 - Abbotsford Hawks 0
- NSWC ran their record to a perfect 7-0-0 with an easy 7-0 victory over Abbotsford on Saturday afternoon.  '99 born G - Dorrin Luding stopped all 17 shots he faced and is now 11-2-0 with a sparkling 1.17 GAA and a .926 save percentage this season.  Pacing the attack once again for NSWC was '99 born F - Jordy Bellerive with 2-2-4 as well fellow '99 born F - Justin Almeida had 2-2-4.  Bellerive leads NSWC in scoring this year with 38-25-63 in 29 games - 2 more points than Dante Hannoun and his 61 points.  Almeida's 2 goals, give him 20, giving NSWC 5 - 20 goal scorers this year.

Richmond Blues 9 - Burnaby Minor 2
BWC Bruins 10 - Surrey Thunder 1
Kelowna Jr. Rockets 3 - POE 1
Prince George Cougars 5 - Kamloops Jardine Blazers 4

Sunday Action
NSWC Winterhawks 4 - Vancouver Thunderbirds 0
- The Winterhawks cap off a successful 3 games in 3 days with another shut-out victory.  Jordy Bellerive's long point scoring streak was snapped in this one.  The goal scorers for NSWC was Benjafield, D - Colebourn, Wong and Mohktari.  Hannoun and Burgart each picked up a pair of helpers.  Cole Demers stopped all 17 shots he faced for the shutout.  Final shots were 39-17 for NSWC.  Hannoun was very good and had a great skill play on the Benjafield goal as he banked one in off his skate, creating something out of nothing on a great 1on1 play vs. top Thunderbirds defenseman Paul Georgeopoulos.  D - Nolan Kneen for NSWC continues to show why he will be a first rounder in the 2014 draft.  He was the top dman for NSWC on this day.  For the Thunderbirds, '99 born F - Tyson Line was very good as was Schwartz.  G - Riddell from the Tbirds was very good again and is gaining consideration for the draft by many in attendance.

Prince George Cougars 7 - Kamloops Jardine Blazers 7

Alberta - AMBHL
Friday Action
Leduc Allen's Transport 6 - Camrose Vikings 3
- In Camrose on Friday night, it was Leduc scoring 5 first period goals and Colten Lancaster stopping 33/36 in improving Leduc to 6-7-3 on the season.  The Vikings remain winless at 0-14-2 this season.  '99 born Kyler Kupka continues to be one of the lone bright spots for Camrose as he put up another 1-1-2.  Leduc got goals from 6 different players and 10 different players found the score sheet with not one player having a multiple point game.

Grand Prairie 3 - Red Deer White 3
In Red Deer, it was a battle of two of leagues bottom teams as Grand Prairie came in at 2-15-1 and Red Deer White at 4-11-1.  Grand Prairie got goals from 3 different players, as did Red Deer White.  Team scoring leader for Red Deer White - Tyler Steenbergen was one of the scorers while D - Landon Mackenzie picked up 1-1-2.  The final shots were 47-36 for Red Deer White.

Edmonton KC 5 - Edmonton MLAC 4
In an all Edmonton battle of a couple club teams, it was KC getting 4 goals from team scoring leader Alex Rotundo in moving KC to 8-9-1 this season.  KC started the year off at 0-6-0, so it looks like they may have things turned around.  Rotundo is amongst the league scoring leaders with 24-17-41 in 18 games played.  MLAC got another great effort from its top line of Vulcan, Jevne and Readman who combined for 10 points with Vulcan and Readman each scoring twice.  The loss drops MLAC down to 10-4-2.  MLAC had to rely on 3 AP players as 4 regulars were out due to illness or injury.

Saturday Action
Red Deer Black 8 - Lloydminster Heat 2
A day after learning that Red Deer Black would be heading to the John Reid Memorial Tournament in January, they made a statement in skating past Lloydminster 8-2.  Big Jeffrey De Wit, D - TJ Brown and '99 born F - Jeremy Klessens all scored twice in the win.  Red Deer Black moved to 8-6-2 after the win.  The Heat were without 4 regular forwards in this one and got goals from Cole Johnson and Tre Doyon.  Red Deer Black held the shots advantage 27-26.  The loss for Lloydminster was just their 2nd of the season.

Edmonton MLAC 4 - Fort Saskatchewan Rangers 2
Just a day after losing to KC, MLAC bounced back, doubling Fort Sask. 4-2.  The big line for MLAC was at it again, combining for 6 points.  Ty Readman had 1-2-3, giving him 10-29-39 in 17 games, Nolan Volcan scored his 24th of the season and Ryan Jevne added two helpings and leads the team in points with 27-21-48 in 17 games.  G - Hunter Lorenson stopped 26/28 shots for the win.  Fort Saskatchewan got goals from star '99 born forward Brayden Labant and Bailey Whelan.

Sherwood Park Flyers 6 - Spruce Grove PAC 4
The Sherwood Park Flyers move to 9-4-4 and drop PAC to 7-8-2 after a 6-4 win.  Sam Steel was once again the go-to guy for the Flyers with 3-2-5, giving him 29-24-53 in 17 games this season, good enough for 2nd in the league behind Tyler Benson.  Brandon Biro continues his hot play of late with 2-2-4, giving him 16-16-32.  Luke Lush stopped 33/37 shots for the win.  Colin Schmidt scored twice for PAC and Sean Nault had 1-2-3.  Ethan Crotty stopped just 20/26 in the defeat.

Edmonton CAC 7 - Camrose Vikings 4
Southeast Hockey Hounds 4 - Lethbridge Golden Hawks 4

Calgary Northstar Sabres 12 - Okotoks Oilers 5
The Northstar Sabres move to an impressive 13-3-1 while Okotoks drop to 1-14-0 after a convincing 12-5 Northstar Sabres win.  The captain, Parker Aucoin picked up 5 goals and 2 assists, giving him a team leading 28-13-41 this season.  His line-mate and teams 2nd leading scorer - Brayden Dunn added 2-2-4.   His is 2nd on the team with 12-15-27.  Okotoks got a pair of goals from '99 F - Nolan Steer.  Steer now leads all Okotoks skaters with 4 goals this season in 15 games.

Airdrie Xtreme 7 - Grand Prairie 1
In Airdrie, it was the Xtreme moving to 6-8-2 after an easy 7-1 win over the now 2-16-2 Grand Prairie Storm.  The Xtreme got 2-2-4 from Jared Janke, 1-2-3 from Adam Tisdale and 3 helpers from Cory Kohut.  Kurtis Chapman continues his impressive season, stopping 21/22 shots.  Aidrie held the shot clock advantage at 48-22

Sunday Action
Red Deer Black 8 - Grand Prairie 0
In Red Deer, the Rebels Black move to 9-6-2 and sit just 2 points back of division leading Southeast and hold 2 games in hand.  Red Deer got two goals each from '99 born F - Jeremy Klessens and Tyrees Goodrunning.  Klessens now has 10 goals in 17 games this season.  D - TJ Brown scored his 8th of the season and is amongst the leaders in defenseman scoring.  Red Deer outshot Grand Prairie 51-16.  Red Deer G - Geordon Andrew stopped all 16 shots he faced.

Aidrie Xtreme 6 - Leduc Allen's Transport 2
In Airdrie, it was the Xtreme winning in convincing fashion once again, this time 6-2 over Leduc.  The Xtreme move to 7-8-2 and are winning with depth and strong defensive play as of late.  Leading the way for Airdrie was team scoring leader Jordan McConnell with 3 goals.  McConnell now has 14-9-23 in 17 games to lead in goals and points on the team.  '99 born F - Gary Haden chipped in with 1-2-3, giving him 13 points.  Noah Gregor scored his team leading 14th goal of the season for Leduc, he has 26 points in 17 games.  Airdrie held a 45-36 shot advantage.

Calgary Royals 8 - Lethbridge Golden Hawks 4
In Calgary, the Royals continue their hot play as of late doubling up Lethbridge to move to 12-4-1, just two points back of division leading Northstar Sabres and Bisons, who have 27 points.  Joseph Karpyshyn and Connor Kendall each scored twice in pacing the attack.  Kendall now has 9 goals and is 2nd on the team behind Montgomery, who has 13 goals.  The Golden Hawks played the game without 3 regular defenseman, got goals from 4 different players.  Calgary Royals out-shot Lethbridge 49-23.  The Golden Hawks are now 8-8-2.

Calgary Flames 4 - Southeast Hockey Hounds 2
In Medicine Hat, it was the Calgary Flames getting 28/30 saves from Kyle Dumba and goals from four different players in the win.  The Flames sit 4th in the Challenger South at 8-7-1.  Regan Doig continues his hot play for Southeast, scoring his 12th of the season and D - Ryan Teslak scored his 3rd.  AP goalie Jarred Cooney stopped 38/42 for Southeast who are now at 11-8-0 this season.

Spruce Grove PAC 4 - Fort Saskatchewan Rangers 4

Calgary Bisons 6 - Red Deer White 2
The Bisons keep pace with the Northstar Sabres atop of the Challenger South with a 6-2 win on Sunday.  Matthew Phillips led the way for the Bisons with 3 goals and 2 assissts.  Phillips has 25-16-41 in 16 games now this season.  '99 born F - Kyle Olson picked up 1-4-5, giving him 9-22-31 in 16 games to place him 2nd in scoring for '99 born AMBHL players.  Josh Belisle stopped 16/18 shots in the win.  The Bisons are now 13-2-1 while Red Deer White sit last in the Ram South at 4-12-2.

Edmonton SSAC 3 - St. Albert Sabres 0
SSAC remain the lone undefeated club at weekends end with a 3-0 shut-out victory over St. Albert.  Joshua Dechaine stopped 44/47 shots he faced in the defeat for the Sabres.  SSAC were led by D - David Quenneville who scored twice, giving him 16-17-33 in 17 games.  Quenneville, who is rated in the WEHP first round is 2nd in defenseman scoring in the league behind Kale Clague who has 16-25-41.  Tyler Benson picked up two more assists, he still leads the league with 35-47-82 in 17 games.  Stuart Skinner turned aside all 23 shots he faced for the win.  Skinner leads all goalies with a 9-0-0 record and a 1.76 GAA.

Saskatchewan - SBAAHL
Friday Action
Melville Millionaires 8 - Weyburn Wings 4
In Weyburn on Friday night it was the Millionaires moving to 5-3-1 and Weyburn dropping to 2-6-2.  The Millionaires got goals from 8 different players, including 1-2-3 from Caleb Riess who now has a team leading 8-11-19 in 9 games.  D - Dawson Davidson has 1-1-2 and now leads all defenseman in the SBAAHL in scoring with 7-8-15.  Weyburn got goals from 4 different players and 2 points each from Wyatt Arndt, Ben Hiltz and Rhett Nikolejsin.

Saturday Action
Sask Valley Vipers 5 - Notre Dame "AA" Hounds 2
In Wilcox, it was Sask Valley out-shooting Notre Dame 36-13 and getting 3 goals and 1 assist from Levi Kleiboer in the win.  The 5'7 125lb Kleibor now has 6-5-11 in 14 games.  Scott Stewart and Liam Maley sored the other goals for the Vipers who are now 5-6-3 and sit 4th out of 6 teams in the SBAAHL North.  Colby Entz took the loss for Notre Dame who got goals from Trygve Many Guns and Jack Shepard.  Many Guns now has 12 points in 13 games.  Notre Dame is at 2-11-4 now this season.

Estevan Bruins 7 - Regina Monarchs 7
in Estevan, it was an ole fashioned shoot-out type game on Saturday.  The Monarchs are now 4-5-1 and Estevan is 4-8-1.  Leading the way for the Monarchs was Jarred Hicks with the hat trick, giving him 9-7-16 in 10 games.  Tanner Brewster picked up 2-2-4, he has 12 points and Brett Merk with a 3 point game.  For Estevan, Colton Wilton picked up 3-1-4, giving him 7-5-12 in 12 games.  Matthew Bill has 6-8-14 in 13 games.

Yorkton Terriers 1 - Weyburn Wings 1
In Weyburn, it was Austin Neiszner scoring with just 24 seconds remaining to give Weyburn a point in the standings.  The goal for Neiszner was his 3rd of the season.  For Yorkton, it was JJ Fofonoff scoring his 2nd goal.  Goalies, Braidon Berezowski for Yorkton and Dalton Dosch were very good for both teams.

Sunday Action
Saskatoon Bandits 4 - Saskatoon Frostbite 1
The Bandits continue to lead the GSHL in the standings at 7-2-1.  Jayze Schwartz and Reece Johnson remain among the league leaders in points with 18 each.  Ben Abrook leads all defenseman in scoring with 14 points so far in 10 games.

Saskatoon Generals 6 - Saskatoon Stallions 1
The Generals move to 5-4-1 and the Stallions down to 6-5-0, ending their 3 game winning streak.  The Generals have been led by a balanced scoring attack led by D - Jordan Malainey.  Dawson Holt has been likely the top '99 born offensive talent with a point per game so far this season.  '99 born Jake Leschyshyn has 10 goals in 11 games and has been one of the top offensive talents in the league as well.

Manitoba - Winnipeg AAA
Friday Action
Thunder Bay 6 - Winnipeg Hawks 0
Pembina Valley Hawks 3 - Southwest Cougars 2

Saturday Action
Southwest Cougars 3 - Brandon Wheat Kings 1
Southwest got 2 goals from Braden Billney, giving him a team leading 5-4-9 in 15 games this season.  Kyle Elliott picked up 2 helpers and Tristen Cross scored his 2nd of the season from the point.  Chipper Osiname scored his team leading 7th of the season for Brandon.  Brandon is now 1-11-2 and have scored just 25 goals in 14 games.

Interlake Lightning 5 - Central Plains Capitals 1
Winnipeg Monarchs 3 - Yellowhead Chiefs 1
- Nolan Libbrecht and Kevin Jakisch each picked up 1-1-2 in the win.  Libbrecht is 5th in league goals with 13 and 6th in points with 25.  League scoring leader Dylan Thiessen picked up 1 assist, giving him 40 points in 17 games, which is 11 points ahead of Labossiere for the league scoring lead.  For Yellowhead, it was Robideux with his 4th of the season.  The Monarchs are a league leading 15-1-1.

Winnipeg Sharks 7 - Winnipeg Warriors 4
Thunder Bay - Winnipeg Hawks

Sunday Action
Interlake Lightning 4 - Pembina Valley Hawks 3 SO
Thunder Bay - Winnipeg Hawks
Yellowhead Chiefs - Brandon Wheat Kings


Anonymous said...

The Eagles came close to beating NSWC without their top goalie, '99 Hollet, and a couple other significant players. Maybe it's a good sign for the remainder of the season, cuz so far they have not performed to expectations.

Anonymous said...

Anyone see what happened at the end of the game between Sherwood Park and Spruce Grove?

Anonymous said...

Airdrie's defence looked weak when I watched them.

Anonymous said...

December 3, 2012 6:18 PM

They have Schuldhas playing D now, should add some depth to their defence.

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Dec 3rd, 9:27 AM,

Yes the team showed very well being short-handed against NSWC, but please do not under estimate the importance of the players missing from the line-up cuz with them there we beat the 2 clubs. Remember, be a good example for your kids....there is no I in team. We will & lose as a team. (The sooner you & your kid learn this, the better off everyone will be. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Shuldhaus should add depth to their defence, but Airdrie is also struggling on offence. McConnell has been scoring. They need more scoring to win games against stronger teams. Shuldhaus was a strong power forward up front who made a lot happen adn created opportunities.

Anonymous said...

To Dec 3, 3:16 - yes, with a second left in a very physical game (where it was obvious PAC was trying to intimidate Sherwood Park), PAC coach decided to pull his goalie, obviously to set up the brawl which did occur. Who pulls a goalie with one second left when down by 2 goals? Ref never should have dropped the puck, and PAC coaching staff should be suspended.

Anonymous said...

i dont think surrey showed up to play against BWC