QRD Weekly Report – Sunday September 25, 2016, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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QRD Weekly Report – Sunday September 25, 2016
Submitted By Website Admin 2016-17 on Sunday, September 25, 2016
Here is the report for week 3 of the 2016-2017 season.



Topper’s Pizza – Novice

The Topper’s Pizza Novice Devils headed west on the 401 for a three game road trip. On Friday in Oshawa, the Devils took on the red-hot Generals, who were fresh off a Tourney Championship in Ottawa last weekend. The Devil’s put in a solid team effort and tied the game with just over a minute to play; the game ended in a 4-4 draw. Scoring for the Devils were Connor Fetterley, Ryland Cunningham, Brendan Reid and Kolby Craig. Owen Rivers and Ryland Cunningham picked up an assist each. The Devils defense played great all game, limiting the Generals offensive attack. Nowl Wallace got the tie in net.

On Saturday in Richmond Hill, the Devils took on the Coyotes. The Devils came out flying and never let up, winning 8-0. Connor Fetterley (3), Tavin MacDonald, Owen Rivers, Brendan Reid, Kaden Kourtroulides and Lucas Adamson scored for the Devils. Ryland Cunningham (2), Cooper Kelly (2), Brendan Reid (2), Connor Fetterley, Gavin Armstrong, Kaden Koutroulides, Lucas Adamson, Riley Reid and Carson Lynch chipped in with assists. The Devils defense played outstanding defensive hockey, limiting the Coyotes to 6 shots on goal.  Nowl Wallace stood tall on the shots he faced and recorded his first shutout of the season.

On Sunday in Barrie, the Devils took on the undefeated, West Division leading Barrie Colts. The game was a tight checking defensive battle and the Devils were able to hold on for a 3-2 win. Quinn Donovan stole the show in the third period making a number of huge saves, none bigger than the glove save on one of the Colts top sniper’s with just minutes to play. The Devils defense was again strong all game long, limiting the production of the talented Colts offense all game long. Ryland Cunningham, Kaden Koutroulides and Kolby Craig scored for the Devils. Brendan Reid and Connor Fetterley chipped in with assists.

On Deck:  The Topper’s Pizza Novice Devils return to action next weekend when they host the Barrie Colts and Central Ontario Wolves.

KKP – Kwik Kopy Printing - Minor Atom

The KKP Minor Atom’s split a pair of games with the Markham Waxers over the weekend. On Saturday night in Markham, the Waxers scored 2 early goals and held on 2-1 victory despite being outplayed by the visitors. Deke Osterhout scored for the Devils with Alek Asimis notching the lone helper. In the return encounter Sunday in Deseronto, the Devils put forward their strongest performance of the season in a 6-2 rout of the Waxers. Jake Sage paced the attack with a pair of goals while Avery Wease, Rylan McCormack, Asimis and Osterhout also scored for the hosts.

On Deck: The KKP Minor Atom’s return to action this week with home games against Kingston on Wednesday (6:15 QSWC FDC) and Sunday at 12:30 back in Deseronto against Oshawa.

Madison Excavating Major Atom

The Madison Excavating Major Atoms were on the road to London this weekend to participate in the first annual Drew Doughty London Jr. Knights Invitational Tournament.

Friday game one had the Devils facing the North York Rangers. Quinte came ready and wasted no time getting on the scoreboard. Taking a dominant 7-0 win over the Rangers. Scoring was spread out for the Devils with goals from Brody Partridge, Ben Danford, Landon Wright, Liam Philip, Gage Butcher and Jared Langdon. Assisting were Beckett Ewart(3), Langdon, Ty Therrien, Braedyn Rogers, Butcher, Philip, Kirk Stevenson, and Partridge. Glen McInnes recorded the shut out.

Game two the Devils faced the Sudbury Wolves. Quinte once again poured on the offence, and while faced with a strong Wolves net minder, it was once again the Devils who came out on top with a 5-0 win. Finding the back of the Sudbury net for Quinte were Philip (2), Wright, Stevenson and Partridge.  Providing assists for the Devils were Butcher (3), Stevenson (2), Thomas Kuipers, Philip, Rogers, Deacon Ellis and Langdon. Dean Spry recorded the second shut out of the day.

Saturday, the Red Devils went toe to toe with the Burlington Eagles. It was a slower start for the Devils but once again with a strong defence and a dominant offense, the Devils once again recorded a zero goals against with a score of 6-0 final. Scorers were Langdon(2), Ben Vreugdenhil, Philip, Butcher and Partridge. Assisting were Kuipers, Therrien, Ewart, Partridge,  Butcher, Ellis, Stevenson and Langdon. Glen McInnes took the win in net.

Game two Saturday had the Devils facing a familiar team from preseason exhibition play with the Syracuse Nationals.  The Nationals came prepared to do battle with the Devils. Playing on the penalty kill for a lot of the first period, the Devils managed to once again get on the scoreboard first. Scoring was Wright assisted by Therrien and Kuipers.  The Nationals managed to sneak the first goal of the tournament past the Quinte net minder but that would be the only one as Wright added a second       again assisted by Therrien to take a 2-1 lead. Quinte held onto the lead to take the win and secure their 8 point lead in the tournament. 

 

Finishing preliminary play with 4 straight wins, 20 goals for and only 1 goal against, the Devils went into Sunday's semi finals play with the number one spot in the Atom division. Semi-finals were an early game against the Syracuse Nationals. 

It was a tough battle. Quinte scored early in the first by Langdon, assisted by Vreugdenhil.  The Nationals were relentless and worked hard to match speed and offensive efforts but it was Langdon again who found the back of the net, assisted by Butcher and Carson Campbell to take a 2-0 lead. Playing shorthanded with 2 in the box, Quinte allowed Syracuse a goal to make it 2-1. Late in the third it was the Nationals once again who snuck one into the net tying the game 2-2. With 15 seconds left in the game, with Quinte on the PK, Syracuse sealed the win with a goal to take the lead. 

On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will be back in league action on Friday in Clarington at 6pm, 4pm in Kingston on Saturday and 12:45pm in Oshawa on Sunday.


Bonn Law - Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team remain undefeated after a strong showing in the north. On Saturday the Devils were in Barrie to take on the Colts. The boys jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead on goals by Cal Uens and Ethan Miedema. The Colts scored one of their own before the end of the first and added one more in the second to tie the game. Jack Lowry scored in the first shift of the third period on a fantastic feed from Ben Lynch to get the lead back. Although the Colts evened the score again, it was Miedema who found the back of the net again for the game winner on a beauty pass from uens. The team put forth a solid effort on their way to a 4-3 win. Also adding assists on the goals was Uens, Jack Dever, Duncan Schneider, Nick Oke, Jack Lowry and Christopher Brydges. Aidan Crowley was solid between the pipes in the win.

On Sunday the Devils were in Rama to take on the Predators. Although The Preds scored first, it was all Devils after that on way to a 10-3 victory. Michael Dolton had a hat trick in the game, while Vincent Bellavance and Uens each added a pair of goals. Spencer Cranley, Miedema and Lowry all added singles in the game. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Bellavance (5), Ben Lynch (3), Sidney Wakely (2), Uens (2), Dolton (2), Ethan Quick, Lowry, Miedema, Brydges, Oke and Schneider. Logan Vale earned the win between the pipes.
On Deck: The Devils are in Toronto next weekend to compete in the Junior Canadiens tournament.

Foley Bus Lines - Peewee

The Foley Bus Lines Red Devil Peewee took advantage of the good weather to take to the road for two games this past weekend in Peterborough and Richmond Hill. The Bus Liners skated to two more wins in ETA action.

 

On Saturday Sept 24, the Peewee skated to a convincing 7 to 2 win over the Petes in Peterborough.  Scoring for the Devils were; Corbin Roach with a pair, Donovan McCoy, Dalyn Wakely, Isaac Brown, Connor Hunt, and Parker Stewart with his first goal as a Red Devil.  Providing the "helpers" were; Dalyn Wakely with two, Kendrick Webster with a pair, Corbin Roach, Rheydan McCoy, Parker Stewart, Sami Douglas-Najem, Trevor Hoskin with two, Isaac Brown, Owen Gibson, and Connor Hunt.  Corbin Votary was in the Devils cage for the win.

On Sunday Sept 25, the Foley Bus Lines Red Devils faced the Coyotes in Richmond Hill.  The Devils came out flying and taking a 4 to 1 lead in the first period.  The Devils offensive persistence continued through the match despite the Coyotes attempt to come back.  Final score: 8 to 4 in favor of the Devils. Finding the back of the net for the Devils were; Rheydan McCoy with two, Blake Ellis, Isaac Brown, Cooper Matthews, Connor Hunt, Dalyn Wakely and Trevor Hoskin.  Assisting the goal scorers were; Corbin Roach with a trio, Dalyn Wakely with a pair, Sami Douglas-Najem with a pair, Donovan McCoy with two, and Aaron Brown.  Andrew Munro stood his ground in the Devils net.

On Deck: Next action for the Foley Bus Liners is the Toronto Junior Canadiens Tournament next weekend from Sept 30 to Oct 2. 

Vanderlaan Building Products - Minor Bantam

The Vanderlaan Building Products Minor Bantams took to the highway on the weekend to take on the Barrie Colts and North Central Predators. On Saturday the Vanderlaan Minor Bantams defeated the Barrie Colts 6-3 with goals scored by Ben White (2), Nathaniel Burrelle (2), Clayton Farrow and Jett Butler. Assists from Ben White, Desi Davies, Brock Kelsh (2), Daniel Michaud (2), Zack Brooks, Clayton Farrow, and Nathaniel Burrelle. Dixon Grimes was between the pipes for the win. Daniel Michaud was awarded player of the game. 


Sunday afternoon the boys faced off against the North Central Predators. In spite of their strong effort the Devils lost 2-1. Daniel Michaud scored the lone goal and Nathaniel Burrelle assisted. Ethan Fraser was solid in net despite the loss. 
On Deck: On Saturday October 1, the Minor Bantams face Barrie Colts at 2pm in Napanee.

Free Flow Petroleum - Bantam

The Free Flow Petroleum major bantams opened league play with three consecutive one goal games, winning two of those three games. The Red Devils defeated Oshawa and Ajax-Pickering with identical 4-3 scores  before falling to Kingston 2-1. The bantams next action is in Oshawa on Monday night. Goals and assists over the three games went to Jacob Vreugdenhil, Isaac Langdon, Jacob Gilbert, Cooper Rogers, Garrett Bird, Cole McGuire, Ben Roger. Sam Dingle and Nick McGowan were cited for their strong play in net, each earning a win.
On Deck: Next Saturday (October 1), the Bantams are on the road in Whitby at 3pm.

McInroy Maines Construction - Major Midget
The McInroy Maines Major Midget Devils won their only game this week by a score of 4-1 over the Greater Kingston Frontenacs on Sunday September 25. Nate Boomhower lead the way with two goals while Madoka Suzuki and Matt Sherwin added singles. Matt Poole, Zack Wheeler, and Joe Roy had 2 assists each while Sherwin added an assist for his two point night. Evan Morrison stopped 28 of 29 shots and was rock solid especially early on in the game. 

On Deck: The Devils are on the road for two next weekend taking on Clarington Friday and Richmond Hill Sunday. Make sure to follow @qrdmidgethockey for all team updates. 


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