The regular season has begun for most teams, and recently the Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewees won the Ottawa Senators AAA Shootout Tournament.
Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report – Monday September 21, 2015
Foley Bus Lines - Minor Peewee
The Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewee Red Devils travelled to Ottawa last weekend to defend their Championship Title at the Ottawa Senators AAA Shootout. In sweeping fashion the Foley Busliners retained their Title as Champions with 6 straight wins by defeating the Ottawa Sting 4 to 2 in the Gold Medal Match.
In game one on Friday Sept 11 the Red Devils met the Glouchester Rangers in a fast paced game where the Devils came out on top with a 6 to 1 score. Scoring for the Devils were: Corbin Roach, Trevor Hoskin and Kendrick Webster, each with a pair. Providing assists on the Devil Goals were: Phoenix Smith with two, Cooper Matthews with two, Corbin Roach, Connor Hunt, Blake Ellis and Trevor Hoskin. Andrew Munro opened the tournament with a solid performance in the Devils net.
Game two on Friday saw the Foley Busliners take on the Nepean Raiders, where the Devils skated to a 7-2 victory. Trevor Hoskin scored a pair, as did Kendrick Webster. Liam Filip, Corbin Roach and Aaron Brown recorded singles. Adding assists to the Red Devil goals were Cooper Matthews with 3, Isaac Brown with 3, and Trevor Hoskin with a pair. Corbin Votary went the distance in Devil goal for the win.
Saturday Sept 12, the Devils hit the ice in game 3 against the Kanata Blazers. Again the Devils dominated with a 7-2 win, as Kendrick Webster scored a pair while Pheonix Smith, Corbin Roach, Trevor Hoskin, Cooper Matthews, and Owen Gibson each added singles. Providing the helpers on the Red Devil goals were: Trevor Hoskin with a trio, Cooper Matthews with two, Connor Hunt with two, and Sami Douglas-Najem, Corbin Roach, Kendrick Webster, Phoenix Smith each adding single points. Andrew Munro stood tall in the Devils win.
In Game 4 the Devils faced the Eastern Ontario Cobras in another close checking game. The Devils shutout the Cobras by a score of 4 to 0. Scoring for the Devils were; Cole Campbell, Corbin Roach, Trevor Hoslin and Owen Gibson. Donovan McCoy added a pair of assists while Blake Ellis, Sami Douglas-Najem, Kendrick Webster and Cooper Matthews added single assists. Corbin Votary recorded the shutout in the Devils cage.
The undefeated status of the Devils at this point gave the Devils a bye to the Semi-Finals on Sunday. In the Semi-Final matchup, the Foley Busliners met the Glouchester Rangers, once again in a rematch. The Rangers delivered a fast paced game, but the Devils repeated with a 6 -3 win. Scoring for the Devils were; Corbin Roach with a pair, Trevor Hoskin, Sami Douglas-Najem, Connor Hunt, and Cooper Matthews. Assisting on the Devils goals were; Sami Douglas-Najem with a pair, Kendrick Webster with a pair, Cole Campbell, Rheydan McCoy, Corbin Roach, Trevor Hoskin and Connor Hunt. Andrew Munro was assisted with pushing the Devils to the finals with a great performance in the Red Devil net.
In the Championship game the Devils met the only other undefeated team in the tournament, the Ottawa Sting. In the end to end action against the Sting, the Devils prevailed with a 4 – 2 win to take home the Gold. Scoring for the Devils were Trevor Hoskin, Corbin Roach, Kendrick Webster and Connor Hunt. Providing the helpers were, Cooper Matthews with a pair as well as Kendrick Webster with an additional pair. Going the distance for the Devils was goaltender, Corbin Votary.
In the Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewee Red Devils season opener on Sunday Sept 20, the Devils travelled to Little Britian to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils got on the board early and didn’t look back as they routed the Wolves by a score of 6 to 1. The Devils goals were netted by: Liam Filip with two, Phoenix Smith with two, Isaac Brown and Cooper Matthews. Assisting on the Devils goals were; Aaron Brown with three, Isaac Brown with three, Donovan McCoy, Kellen Dosteller, Sami Douglas-Najem, Corbin Roach, and Donovan McCoy. Next action for the Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewee Devils is Sept 26 and Sept 27, as the Devils head North to take on the North Central Predators and Barrie Colts.
Bonn Law - Atom
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Major Atom team are undefeated at home in their first two games of the regular season. The Devils hosted the Kingston jr. Frontenacs in their home opener on Wednesday night in Belleville. It was Kingston who scored first, but the Devils came right back and scored three before the end on the first period and another early in the second. The Fronts fought back and tied the game at five, but the Devils were too much for them to handle as they scored to win the game with three minutes left. Christopher Brydges and Vincent Bellavance each scored a pair of goals in the game, while Cal Uens and Nick Oke each scored singles. Adding helpers on the goals was Joey Coates, Spencer Cranley, Ben Lynch (2), Uens and Brydges.
On Sunday the Devils were in Napanee where they skated to a 5-5 tie with the speedy Markham Waxers. The Waxers scored three quick goals to start the game and carried a 3-0 lead into the second period. The Devils scored three of their own in the second and the Waxers notched one more. The Devils took the lead in the third before the Waxers tied the game with just 30 seconds left. Cal Uens scored a pair of goals for the Red Devils, while Spencer Cranley, Joey Coates and Ethan Quick all added a goal each. Assisting on the goals was Uens (2), Ben Lynch (2), Ethan Quick, Tyson Carr, Jack Dever and Nick Oke.
Vanderlaan Building Products - Peewees
The Vanderlaan Building Products Peewees finished up their exhibition schedule on Wednesday September 16 with a solid 3-2 win over the Peterborough Petes. The Petes opened up the scoring with 3:23 left in the first. The teams battled hard through the second period and with 5 minutes remaining in the period Lucas Culhane stuffed one in past the Petes goalie. Brock Kelsh assisted. Less than a minute later Daniel Michaud fed Nate Burelle a beautiful pass and Burelle ripped it past the Petes netminder. Part way through the third the Petes tied up the game but perseverance paid off and Ben White sniped one with assists going to Alex Case and Aiden Treverton. Ethan Fraser was solid between the pipes.The boys opened up their regular season with a well attended home opener versus the Richmond Hill Coyotes.
The Coyotes came out strong and meant business. The Coyotes opened up the scoring just 12 seconds into the game. Nate Burelle tied up the game at the 13 minute mark with an unassisted goal. After a back and forth battle the final buzzer sounded with a 1-1 tie. Dixon Grime got the win in the net.
Next weekend the boys travel to the West to take on the North Central Predators and the Barrie Colts.
CrossFit Belleville- Bantams
The CrossFit Bantams played a solid defence first game in the opening period as they put #TeamFirst into action as they hosted the Central Ontario Wolves in the season home opener.
Brennan Bush stopped every shot he faced to open the season with a shut-out, but it was a solid defensive effort that allowed Brennan to make the first save and the strong defensive efforts of Cardin Guerin, Keegan Hunt and Zach Uens cleared away the few rebounds there were. While Derek Vos, Conner Kennedy and Cameron Supryka moved the puck and out of the zone just like it was drawn up during practices.
At the end of the first the Red Devils were up 1-0. With the players following the game plan they managed to increase their lead at the end of the second period to 4-0. The CrossFit Bantams didn’t stop there as they kept to the coach’s game plan and out worked, out hustled and out talented the Central Ontario Wolves to a 9-0 rout.
The CrossFit Bantams continued playing the coach’s game plan and out-worked, out-hustled and out-talented the visiting Ajax Raiders and built up a 2-0 lead at the end of the first period. Then in 33 seconds , the 2-0 lead had evaporated. Suddenly the work ethic and coach’s game plan had vanished and so too did lead as Ajax took that 4 minutes later.
The Red Devils would push back a little bit and tied the game and seemed to be content with their efforts. As previously noted and it’s not a typo, the team had once again had given up two quick goals but this time it was in half the time as Ajax tallied two goals in 17 seconds to take over the game. The Red Devils would pull Ethan Taylor with 1:56 remaining to try to get within one but it was Ajax who ended up getting the goal and took the game 6-3.
The next game for the CrossFit Bantams will be in Stouffville Saturday @ 9:15pm (Markham Waxers) and then in Lindsay @ 4:30pm (Central Ontario Wolves).
KKP (Kwik Kopy Printing) - Minor Midget
It was a back and forth battle in which we saw all four goaltenders taking their turn but it was the KKP Minor Midgets that came out with there first 2 points of the season in a home opener win over the Petes of Peterborough.
In a game that featured 11 goals between the two teams it was the strength of Quinte's four goal second that was the difference in the game. The teams traded goals until the early goings of the second when Patrick Shearer, coach, tried to force the momentum in the opposite direction after the third goal by the Petes. This strategic exchange of net-minders paid off with a goal coming for the home side less than a minute later. The Devils went on to add 4 more unanswered goals and take this game only allowing one more goal by the Petes mid-third.
On fire for the Devils was Nate Boomhower with a hat-trick. Matty Sherwin had two goals and Nate Dunkley led the team with assists with a tally of 3 for the game. Adding single goals were Madoka Suzuki and Hunter Leonard with two assists going to Matt Poole and single assists chipped in by Leonard, Suzuki, Sherwin, Warren, Grills and Roy.
It was a physical affair but the Devils #TeamFirst game plan saw them rebound from adversity and come out with their first win in their first game of the season! Follow the game action on Twitter @MMidgetDevils or here at quintedevils.com.
Next week the young Gentlemen Devils travel to the Legends Arena in Oshawa to take on the Minor Generals this Saturday at 7:15!