The Quinte Red Devils were back in action after a bit of a break for the holidays.
Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report – Sunday January 3, 2016
Free Flow Petroleum - Minor Bantam
On Saturday, January 2, the Free Flow Petroleum Minor Bantams hit the New Year running, with a 3-0 blanking of the Whitby Wildcats. Scoring for Quinte were Jacob Gilbert, Karsten Leonard and Gavyn Stevenson. Mack Morrish (2), Maddi Wheeler (2), Jacob Vreugdenhil and Adam Thistlethwaite assisted. Ethan McDonnell picked up the shutout.
On Sunday, January 3, the Red Devils hosted the Central Ontario Wolves. Following a well-fought match, the visitors narrowly held on to a 1-goal lead, and took the game 2 - 1. Leonard scored the hometown team’s lone goal, on a helper from Marshall McFarland.
Next up, the team visits Oshawa on Tuesday for their only test of the week.
Bonn Law - Atom
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Major Atom Team rang in the New Year with two wins on the road this weekend. The Devils Travelled to Ajax on Saturday for their first league game of the season vs the Raiders. Christopher Brydges opened the scoring when he fired a rocket from the point on a pass from Vincent Bellavance. The Raiders evened the score early in the second period, but Tyson Carr scored on a pass from Jack Dever to put the team up by a goal heading into the final period. Once again, Ajax scored quickly to start the period, but this time Spencer Cranley scored an unassisted beauty just a minute later and Cal Uens added a goal to give the team a 4-2 win. Ethan Quick and Ben Danford also collected assists in the game. Tucker McKichan was solid in net to earn the win.
On Sunday, the Devils made their way back up the 401 to face the Oshawa Generals. The Devils put together a solid team game on their way to winning the game 5-1. Lighting the lamp for the team was Jack Dever (2), Christopher Brydges, Cal Uens and Joshua Cunningham. Chipping in with helpers on the goals were Uens (2), Quick, Ben Lynch, Nick Oke and Ethan Osborne. Jacob Brown was sharp between the pipes for the win.
McInroy-Maines Construction Ltd. - Midget
The Quinte Red Devils McInroy-Maines Construction Ltd. Midgets travelled to Lindsay for a late Sunday evening tilt. A 3-1 win over Central in our first game back from the holidays with goals from Colin Van Den Hurk, Brock Bronson, and Greg Powles with assists from Tanner Sheppard, Dawson Ellis, and Marc Thiffault. Sean Storr stopped 16 shots for the win. Next action for the midgets is Tuesday Jan. 5 in Marmora against the Peterborough Petes. Puck drop is at 8:30pm.
Vanderlaan Building Products - Peewees
Vanderlaan Major Peewees competed over the holidays in the GTHL Bauer Challenge Cup.
Game 1 was a 2-1 win over the Mississauga Rebels. It was a great game keeping the fans on the edge of their seats, the Devil’s showing strong determination throughout the whole game. In Game 2, the Devil’s faced the 5th ranked Ottawa Senators. In the end the Senators were too tough of a match resulting in a 5-1 loss. In Game 3, Quinte had another strong showing against Detroit Little Ceasers. It was a tough match with no scoring until late in the third period. It resulted in a 1-0 loss for the Devil’s. Game 4 was against the Brantford 99’ers, and despite the strong play, the Red Devils could not find the back of the net. The result was a 2-0 loss, with one being an empty net goal.
On Saturday Jan. 2, Vanderlaan Peewees were back to ETA action. The team travelled to Clarington to fight for a playoff spot. The Devil’s came out strong scoring 3 goals in the first period. The Toro’s could not recover from the first period, and Quinte took a 4-2 win. Goals were provided by Ben White, Brock Kelsh, Ethan Abrams, and Alex Case. Helpers came from Lucas Culhane, Nate Burelle, Daniel Michaud, and Issac Uens. Ethan Fraser picked up the win in the net.
The Vanderlaan Major Peewees are back in action Sunday Jan. 10 in Madoc for a rematch against the Toro’s.
Foley Bus Lines - Minor Peewee
Following the Christmas Break the Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewee Devils returned to ETA action with a tough schedule against the Conference rival Whitby Wildcats and the Western Conference leading Richmond Hill Coyotes. The Bus Liners battled to two wins and a tie to take 5 of 6 possible points.
On Dec. 29, the Minor Peewees braved the weather and travelled to Whitby to take on the Wildcats at Iroquois Park. The Devils skated to a 5-1 victory with goaltender Corbin Votary playing a shutout performance until late in the 3rd period when the Wildcats netted their only goal with a little over 3 minutes left in the game. Scoring for the Devils were; Corbin Roach, Connor Hunt, Kendrick Webster and Isaac Brown with a pair. Phoenix Smith provided three assists while Cole Campbell, Liam Filip, Connor Hunt and Kendrick Webster adding additional helpers.
The Richmond Hill Coyotes rolled into the Yardman Arena on Jan. 2 as ETA Western Conference leaders and faced the Foley Bus Liners in their first meeting of the year. The Devils came out strong and netted 5 goals en route to a 5-2 victory. Lighting the lamp for the Devils were; Phoenix Smith, Kendrick Webster, Trevor Hoskin and Isaac Brown with another pair. Liam Filip, Trevor Hoskin, Aaron Brown, Cole Smith and Sami Douglas-Najem provided the assists for the Devils goals. Andrew Munro was rock solid in the Devils net allowing only two power goals in the Devils victory.
On Jan. 3, the Minor Peewee Devils travelled to Richmond Hill to play the second game against the Coyotes in as many days. The Coyotes proved that they were not going to roll over as their goaltender had an outstanding game against the Devils offence in an eventual 2-2 tie. The Devils had several opportunities to score but just couldn't finish against the hot Coyote goalie. Trevor Hoskin and Donovan McCoy netted the goals for the Devils as Trevor and Donovan also assisted on each other’s goals with help from Aaron Brown as well. Corbin Votary played a solid game as well making several key saves to keep the Devils in the game.
Next Action for the Foley Bus Lines Minor Peewee Red Devils is Jan. 7 as the Devils travel to Oshawa to take on the Generals.