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Nine games on the schedule this week and eight of them were decided by two goals or less! The highest scoring game was a 7-5 game while the lowest was a 3-2 battle.
Midway through the season, the Dirty Birds are sitting at the top of the A division with a three-point lead. Two teams are tied in the B and the C division is currently led by the Huskies. Lots of hockey left to play! Should be a good finish!
We start with the lady of the night and it was Karyanne Poulin who racked up TWO assists and scored TWICE including the game winning goal. In the crease, Phil Downer gave his team everything he could to get the win and they did. Phil faced 48 shots and stopped 46 of them only getting beat twice. Lastly, the top male was Stephane Chenier who played set up man recording FOUR apples and scoring ONCE for a FIVE-point night.
Just the Tip vs Bar Down Bandits
Our first game of the night saw JTP taking on BDB in a gritty game. BDB would open the scoring as Sienna Benson would get a seeing eye wrister through everybody, including the tender. Steven Howlett would beat the keeper with a turnaround wrister from half, 2-0. Tania Lacharité would get a defender's stick tap pass as she buried the one-timer, 3-0. It took almost five minutes for the next goal as James Donaldson would blast one home from the point, 4-0. It took nearly thirty seconds for the next goal as Pat Lamarche would get a pass from the keeper and wristed it home from half, 5-0. JTP would suddenly wake up as Elise Fournier would bury a cross-floor one-timer, 5-1. Justin Larose would follow it up with a short side wrister, 5-2. Before the half was over, BDB would add another as Donaldson would bury a wraparound. That's how it would look at half as BDB were up 6-2, and leading in shots as well, 19-10. The second would see less goals, but there were still a few. It took nearly thirteen minutes for the first goal of the half and James Moreau would get the first two. His first came from a nifty deke in front, finishing on his backhand. He would follow it up by burying a one-timer from the point, 6-4. Larose would bury a backhand off the goalie and in making it 6-5. With about a minute to go, JTP would pull their goalie, but it wouldn't help as Lamarche would bury it into the empty cage securing the 7-5 victory.
Suds, Buds and Windmills vs Electric Mayhem
Our next game saw SB&W taking on EM in this game that saw some good defense on both ends, and a stellar performance from a masked man. About five minutes in Chelsea Harbert would get a pass in the slot and bury it past the keeper. While on the power play, Andrew Nowaczek would get a pass, off a goalie save, and bury it far side on his backhand, 2-0. That's how it looked at half as SB&W were more than doubling up on shots, leading 26-12. About six minutes in Paul Guilbeault would wrist one, far side low, and put EM up 3-0. About a minute later, Jeremy Nichols would get SB&W on the board as he buried a passing play, 3-1. Jake Miron would get the next one as he buried one low, from half, 3-2. Less than a minute later, Cody Trenholme would bury a wrister from half. Well the rest of the half saw not much action as EM go on to take this one 4-2.
Vandelay Industries vs Huskies
Our next game saw VI, playing game 1 of 2 on the day, taking on HSK in this close match up. HSK would open the scoring as Ryan Daigle would chip one upstairs off a rebound. Ellen Wardroper would bury a point shot off the face-off, 2-0. The next goal would see VI getting on the board as Jayme Albert would bury a point shot, 2-1. A few minutes later, Luisa Lawson would even it up as she banged in a rebound, 2-2. Andrew Anderson would bury a wrister from the point giving HSK the 3-2 lead, while heading into the break. Shots were dead even at 19 a piece. The second half saw one lone goal, about halfway through as Daigle would snipe the top corner, on the short side. And that's how the game would end as HSK take this one, 4-2.
Soft Dump in the Corner vs RONAcerous
Our next game saw SDITC taking on RONA in a game that saw two entirely different halves. RONA were sporting some snazzy new jerseys. It took almost all the first half to get a goal as both goalies were on fire. With a little under a minute to go in the half, Patrick Boivin would wrist one, up top, making it 1-0 as we were headed into the half. RONA were ahead in shots, 19-12. The second half saw an EXPLOSION of offense as we saw 11 goals in total. And away we go... Boivin would open the scoring, while on the power play with a tic-tac-toe one-timer, 2-0. Amelia Charron would put SDITC on the board, as she would get a shot off that hit the keeper and kept going, 2-1. Boivin would go back-to-back, completing his Hat Trick in the process, as he would first bury a rebound in front. He would follow it up with a point blast, 4-1. Mireille Belcourt would extend the lead as she buried a wrister up top, 5-1. Stephane Chenier would get in on the scoring parade as he would bury a snapper in the slot, 6-1. Kevin Maloney would stop the bleeding as he buried a passing play, 6-2. Zack Rheaume would bury a wrister, to the top corner, 6-3. Belcourt would tap in a loose ball to get one of those back, 7-3. Jason Francis would bury a wrister in the slot and Maloney would bury a cross-floor one-timer, but it was too little, too late as RONA take this one 7-5.
Jagrbombs vs The Price is Right
Our next game saw JB taking on TPIR in this close contest. TPIR would open the scoring as Wesley Weaver would slip one through the five-hole. Greg Sutherland would get a shot off from his own end, that went through the defender’s legs, that eluded the keeper, 2-0. Natasha Jamieson would extend the lead even further as she buried a rebound, with a spin shot, 3-0. That's how it looked at half as TPIR were leading in the core and in shots, 27-19. A couple minutes into the second saw Gabriel Rancourt bury a second chance in front, 3-1. Doug Drevniok, who had been skimping on the defence, would find himself alone in front, deke and bury it on his forehand, 4-1. Pat Charbonneau would get one back as he blasted one in from center, 4-2. Melissa Guindon would get JB to within 1, as she made a beauty tip off a point shot, 4-3. A few minutes later, Jamieson would bury one off a rebound from the back wall, 5-3. With time winding down, and the net empty, TPIR would attempt several times to bury it into the empty cage but wouldn't be able to do so. However, JB were also unable to get any, as TPIR take this one 5-3.
Vandelay Industries vs No ReGretzkies
Our next game saw VI, playing game 2, against NR in this high scoring affair, mostly on one side. NR would open the scoring as Colin Kargus would go back-to-back. First, he received a giveaway and buried it off a deke in front. Next, he would snap one home from the slot, 2-0. Jason Francis would smack the defender stick, and it would go straight into the net, 3-0. Julia Watson would tap in a pass out front, 4-0. Ryan Stasiuk would round out the scoring in the first half as he would bury a blast from the point, directly from a face-off win. That's how it looked at half as NR were up 5-0 and leading in shots, 25-16. Stasiuk would open the scoring, five minutes in, as he received a giveaway and wristed it home, 6-0. Watson would bury a cross-crease tap in, 7-0. Pat Mardon would bury a wrister, under the keeper’s arm, 7-1. Jake Hardwick would snap one home from half, 8-1. Jayme Albert would get a point shot, go post and in, 8-2. And the final goal saw Amanda Saffiotti off a wraparound as the final in this one was 8-3 for NR.
The Commandos vs Les Gars
Our next game saw TC taking on LC in a close game that had a playoff atmosphere. TC would open the scoring as Karyanne Poulin would bury a second chance, up top, with no room, while on the power play. Gabriel Grimard would bury a pass in front and deked the tender, burying it on his backhand, 2-0. Benoit Brunet would get one back as he buried a snapper from the point, 2-1. David Brunet would jam home a loose ball to even things up, 2-2, as we were headed into the break. LC were up in the shot department, 21-19. Francis Hamel would open the scoring in the second as he would bury a one-timer at the top of the slot, 3-2. Karina Labelle would extend the lead as she buried a wrister, far side, 4-2. Sylvain Lalonde would bury a wrister from the half wall, 4-3. Poulin would bury a one-timer from the point, 5-3. B. Brunet would bury a wrister in front, while on the power play, 5-4. About minute later F. Hamel would bury a pass out front giving TC the 6-4 lead and eventual victory as LC was shut down.
Balls and Dolls vs Dirty Birds
Our next game saw BD taking on DB in this low scoring affair. The first half saw only one goal, as the tenders were on their game. It came from Marc Louisseize as he stole it, and wristed it home. That's how it looked at half as BD were up 1-0 and leading in the shot department 15-12. Simon Landreville opened the scoring in the second as he wristed one home in front, 1-1. About twelve minutes later, Landreville was at it again as he wired home a pass to the point, 2-1. With time winding down, Chad Phinney would bury it into the empty net as he walked around a sprawling defender, 3-1. After giving away the ball that lead to the empty net, Alex Dabous would get one back as he buried a rebound in front. That's all she wrote as DB take this one 3-2.
Dekes of Hazard vs Muskies
Our next game saw DOH taking on MSK, who had an extremely short bench. Part of the reason for the short bench was Mathieu Trepanier would hit his unsuspecting wife, right in the mouth, with the ball. She seemed ok afterwards, but I have a feeling someone might've slept on the couch last night. DOH would open the scoring as for the first time this year, Jonathan Levy would hit the net and it didn't take ten tries, as he wired it in from the point. Levy would follow it up with a short side shot that went bar down, surprising everybody, especially the score keepers, 2-0. Philip Moorcroft would get one back as he walked down the wing and wristed one home, 2-1. Mathieu Trepanier would bury one off a face-off win, wristing it home, 2-2. That's how it looked at half as DOH were leading in the shots department, 19-16. About eight minutes in, Levy would get the second Hat Trick of the night as he blasted one off the tender’s foot, up and straight in, 3-2. Ellen Wardroper would be sent in on a breakaway and buried it, off a nice deke, 4-2. Ben Bisson would extend the lead as he buries a cross-slot one-timer, 5-2. Moorcroft would get one back as she buried a wrister in front, 5-3. Wardroper would extend the lead as she jammed one home in close, 6-3. About a minute later, Marco Crapigna would bury a backhand in close, 6-4. James Terris would get MSK to within one as he blasted one home from the point, 6-5. With time winding down, MSK tried their hardest to tie it up, but fell short as DOH take this one 6-5. Shout out goes to Amanda Larche as after P. Trepanier exited, she was the only girl left for MSK and played the full forty minutes.
Maybe Next Year vs Gars and Gals
Our last game of the night saw GG getting the easy victory as MNY forfeited earlier in the day.