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Five of the nine games were decided by three or less! We saw a game with fourteen goals and another a couple with just five!
The game of the night was the Goblins and Saved By The Balls which saw a late comeback force a shootout!
Also, it took seven weeks, but every team has at least a win and a loss now!
Let’s start with the lads this week! We had a couple of FIVE point performances however, it wasn’t enough on this night as Steven Howlett led all players as he found the net TWICE and set up FOUR more goals to earn a respectful SIX points on in his game. Lady wise, we go to the last game of the night as Valerie Gies had TWO goals and ONE assist. Her opponent, Amelie Charron also gets some mention scoring ONE goal and picking up TWO assists. In the crease we selected two keepers. David Holtz didn’t get the win, but he did stop 38 of 41 shots to give his team a chance and Dom Giroux faced 30 shots and stopped them all but one, beating the undefeated squad!
Jagrbombs vs The Robinson’s
Our first game of the night saw JB taking on TR, in a game were the score didn’t dictate the effort. It took about five minutes before we would get our first goal. It was off the stick of Mich Kabouchi, who wristed it far side coming down the wing. Eleven minutes of goo defensive hockey would fly by, and we would get our next from M. Kabouchi as he got a pass in the slot and swipe it five-hole, 2-0. That’s how it would look at the break as TR was up in the score and shots as well 14-10. It took nearly eleven minutes for the next goal, and it was Melanie Joanisse depositing the pass using a one-timer, while on the power play, 2-1. Three minutes later, Stephane Chenier would extend the lead as he blasted home a one-timer. M. Kabouchi would complete his Hat Trick as he blasted a one-timer, top cheese. With time winding down, spare Alyssa Magliocco would beat the keeper cleanly from a cross crease pass as TR take this one 5-1.
No ReGretzky’s vs The Price is Right
In our next contest we had NR taking on TPIR, in this game where shots didn’t equal goals. It would take a little under five minutes before our first goal was scored. It was spare Alyssa Magliocco who would bury it off a giveaway, 1-0. A couple minutes later, NR would even it up as the tender would pass it up the middle, to an opposing player, and it would be Justin Gaudreault who would slip it under the tender making it 1-1. Wesley Weaver would give TPIR back the lead as he got a pass at the point and did a spin-around wrister that beat the keeper cleanly making it 2-1. Francois St-Jacques would give his team an extra marker with a blast from the high slot, 3-1. Christine Paris would extend the lead to three as she walked in and wristed it home. With time ticking down, Shawn Weller would get NR to within two as he redirected a point shot making it 4-2 as we were headed into the break. NR held the large edge in shots, 18-8, but weren’t capitalizing on their chances. It took nearly seven minutes for another goal in this one, and it happened while on the power play as Colin Kargus would blast home a one-timer, 4-3. That’s as close as NR would get as TPIR would get four more before it was done. First, Natasha Jamieson would get a pass in front and wrist it home. Next, Doug Drevniok would backhand a loose ball home. Weaver would get the next two to complete his Hat Trick, first with a snapper in the slot; and next he would tap in a loose ball, while on the power play. And that’s all folks as TPIR take this one 8-3.
Vandelay Industries vs Bar Down Bandits
Our next game would see VI taking on BDB, in this high scoring affair. Three minutes in, while shorthanded, BDB would open the scoring as Steven Howlett would wrist one past the keeper. A few minutes later, Pat Mardon would even it up as he grabbed a rebound off the post and backhanded it home, 1-1. Phil Beauchamp would put BDB ahead less than two minutes later as he wristed one home in front, 2-1. That was short lived as Roger Duquette would steal a goal from his teammate as Jayme Albert took a point shot that squeaked through and was going in, when Duquette swooped in and buried it with authority, 2-2. Matt Scharf would give BDB the lead, once more, as he deposited a juicy rebound, 3-2. With a little over two minutes remaining in the half, Duquette was at it again; this time on the power play. VI would win the face-off and Duquette would blast it home making it 3-3 as we were heading into the break. Shots were even in the half, but BDB held the slightest edge, 10-18. The second half started fast and furious. Twenty-five seconds in, Beauchamp would wrist it home, short side, while coming down the wing, 4-3 BDB. A couple minutes later, Beauchamp would complete the Hat Trick as he tapped home a rebound in front, 5-3. Duquette would complete his Hat Trick less than two minutes later as he tapped in a loose ball, that wasn’t going in on its own, to get his team to within 1. Mel St-George would be the trigger woman on a one-timer to extend BDB lead to 6-4. Albert would finally find himself in the goal column as he blasted one home from half, 6-5. The last few goals of this game were all insurance markers as BDB would get the next 3. First, Scharf would wire one up top; S. owlet followed it up by deking through a couple of the opposing defense, cutting across the crease and depositing it on the backhand. The final nail in the coffin came from Scharf as he tapped home a rebound off the back wall as BDB took this one 9-5.
Huskies vs Dirty Birds
Our next game saw a good A Division match-up between HSK and DB. HSK would open the scoring a little over two minutes in as Justin Potenza would wire it home from half. Potenza would follow it up a couple minutes later as he cut to the middle and wristed it short side making it 2-0 HSK. It would take nearly seven minutes before DB would finally get on the board, and it was Dan Blondeau who would walk in a rip a wrister up top making it 2-1. With time winding down, Lyne Martin would even things up as her shot made its way through everybody, hit a stick and went straight in making it 2-2 as we were headed into the break. DB held the edge in shots 21-12. The second was mostly a defensive game, with little goals being scored. Two minutes in, Claude Blondeau would receive a pass from his opponent, cut across and backhand it from the side of the net making it 3-2. Well each team put forth lots of shots, and there were mostly saves, except for when one net minder was on the bench as Simon Landreville went for a long run before burying into the empty cage as DB take this one 4-2.
Goblins vs Saved by the Balls
Our next game saw GOB taking on SBTB in a great game, with a close finish. The first half was defensive battle, and it took nearly fifteen minutes for someone to score. It was GOB who struck first as Tyler Grandy would bang home a rebound in front. A few minutes later, David Ash would circle behind the net get off a backhand that hit the goalie and went in as we were knotted up at 1-1 as we were headed into the break. GOB held the slight edge in shots, 19-16. Once again, goals were hard to come by in the second. It took almost ten minutes for a masked man to get beat, and it was GOB who came out ahead first. Grandy would snap one short side to give GOB the 2-1 lead. While shorthanded, Mike Sears would pick-off a bad pass and go in alone and wrist it past the keeper extending the GOB lead to 3-1. While on that same advantage, SBTB would score as Tanner McRae would blast it from the wing, 3-2. A few minutes later, McRae was at it again as he received a pass in front, pulled it over and finished backhand knotting this one up, 3-3. The last few minutes solved nothing, and we were headed to our first shootout in quite some time. Mike Sears went for GOB and Pat Charette went for SBTB. Mike would get stuffed and Charette would outwait the tender to slip it home. The next round saw Kennis Sloan go for GOB and Jennifer Moore go for SBTB. Neither girl would score and SBTB get the comeback win, 4-3 SO.
Electric Mayhem vs Muskies
Our next game saw EM taking on MSK in this game where there was not too much offense. About three minutes in, Marco Crapigna would bury a backhand, low corner, to give MSK the 1-0 lead. The rest of the half was rather slow, as there were chances, but no goals… until there was a little under three minutes left when Marc-Andre Banville got a tap pass and just turnaround and wired it top corner from his own end, surprising the goalie, 1-1. With about a minute remaining, Philip Moorcroft would give HSK the lead as he buried a one-timer making it 2-1 as we were headed into the break. MSK held the lead and in shots as well, 14-12. The second saw more of the same, lots of defense and not a lot of goals. Moorcroft would score about two minutes in on a one-timer, 3-1. And with time winding down, Max Trepanier would snap one far side and give MSK the 4-1 victory.
Suds, Buds and Windmills vs Dekes of Hazard
Our next one saw SBW taking on DOH, where if you took one player out of the game, it could’ve been 1-0. SBW would open the scoring early as ninety seconds into the game Dylan Cundell would bury a second chance, 1-0. A minute later, Cundell was at it again as he deposited the ball low corner, from half 2-0. Cundell would complete the natural Hat Trick as he was the recipient of a giveaway and wristed it top corner, 3-0. The rest of the half was chances and saves as SBW took the 3-0 into the break. SBW held the edge in shots, 15-13. About twelve minutes in, Cundell was all alone in front and buried a backhand, do you see a pattern? A minute later, Cundell would wrist one home, while in the slot, 5-0. A minute after that, Sophie Filion would deposit a rebound in front and break the goose egg for Dom Giroux, 5-1. Well that’s all she wrote as SBW take this one 5-1, imagine if Dylan decided, “I should stay home today” … we would’ve had a much different game.
Team Generation vs Balls and Dolls
Our net game saw TG taking on BD, in this game where scoring only happened in one half. It was the first half that had scoring, as ninety seconds in Stephane Gagnon would throw it one net, and it would go off a big defensemen’s foot and straight through the five-hole, 1-0. Mikael Gaumond would extend the lead as he ripped a pass in front, upstairs, giving TG the 2-0 lead. Valerie Payer would get one back as she tapped a rebound off the back wall, out of mid-air, and buried it making it 2-1. Matt Denis would even things up as he got the ball from a face-off win and blasted it home, while on his side of half, 2-2. Marc Carriere would put BD up 3-2 as he blasted one in from his own end. Sophie Berthiaume would get the next one as she ripped one, short side, while coming down the wing. Well that’s how it looked at half as BD were up 4-2, but TG were up in the shot department, 15-13. The second half saw a major trend, as there was a copious amount of shot attempts, but less shots as a ton of them missed the net. Also, there was no scoring in the second half as BD take this one 4-2.
In Lord Matthews We Trust vs Soft Dump in the Corner
Our last game of the evening saw ILMWT taking on SDITC in the battle of the long-named teams. SDITC would open the scoring as Brandyn Bainbridge would beat the keeper with a beauty wrister, 1-0. Spare, Louise Richard, would get the next one for SDITC as she wired one from the side of the net, 2-0. Jason Marriott would get one back as he beat the keeper with a wrister in the slot, 2-1. Valerie Gies would get the ball in the slot and bury it evening it up at 2-2. Amelie Charron would give SDITC back the lead as she tapped in a rebound, 3-2. Bainbridge was at it again as he pulled the ball to the side and tapped it home, 4-2. V. Gies was at it again as she received a pass across the floor and finished it off upstairs, 4-3. Marriott would get his second as he wristed it on net and the netminder got a piece of it, but not enough as it went straight in, 4-4. That’s how it looked at recess as SDITC were up in the shot department, 18-11. The second started with ILMWT getting their first lead of the game as Marriott would complete his Hat Trick with a blast from the point, 5-4. Bainbridge would even it up as he wristed one five-hole to complete his Hat Trick, 5-5. Spare, Victor Howlett, would get an SDITC back the lead as he walked in a rifled it up top, 6-5. Bainbridge would get hi team the insurance marker as he fired a short side squeaker, 7-5. The last goal of the game came from spare, Emilie Loyer, as she got a pass and just tapped it home as SDITC take this competitive game 8-5. Shout out goes to everybody as neither team would take a penalty, kudos!