QRD Weekly Report – Monday Dec 12, 2016, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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QRD Weekly Report – Monday Dec 12, 2016
Week 14 - 


McInroy-Maines Construction – Midget
It was a solid showing for the McInroy Maines Major Midgets in Waterloo. The Red Devils participated in the Waterloo Gold Puck Tournament this weekend losing is the semi-final to the Oakville Rangers. Despite the heart breaking loss it was another solid showing for the team going 4 and 2 on the weekend.

Game 1- vs. Grey Bruce, 4-0 win
Goals by Brayden Forestell, Matt Sherwin, Nate Boomhower and Matt Poole. Pierce Nelson with the shutout.

Game 2 vs. Hilton Hills, 4-1 win
Goals by Matt Poole, Jason McCracken, Nate Boomhower and Noah Brant. Evan Morrison picked up the win in goal.

Game 3 vs. Toronto Titans, 4-1 loss
Goal from Nelson Powers.

Game 4 vs. North Bay Trappers, 4-3 win
Goals by, Justin Arnold, Nate Boomhower, Matt Poole and Brendan Hagerman. Morrison got the w.

Game 5, quarter final vs. Soo Greyhounds Goals by, Brayden Forestell (2), Madoka Suzuki, Matt Poole and Nate Boomhower. Pierce Nelson with the win between the pipes.

Game 6, semi final vs. Oakville Rangers
Goal by Noah Brant 

The Pond at Rhino Sports and Playland - Minor Midget
On Thursday the Minor Midget Red Devils travelled to Oshawa to play the Minor Generals and it was 2-0 for Oshawa before Quinte realized they were in a game. A quick time out and seven straight goals later helped the Devils secure a victory as they won the contest 8-4. Brennan Bush was in net for the Red Devils and played extremely well despite the goals against. Goals were scored by Emmet Pierce(2), Logan White, Graham Dickerson(2), Dalton Bancroft, Michael Andrews and Matt Cawker(2) while assists went to Michael Andrews(4), Dalton Bancroft(3), Derrick Vos(3), Keegan Hunt, Daniel Panetta and Graham Dickerson.

Saturday would see a rematch with the Minor Generals and Quinte would open the scoring early on route to a 5-1 victory on the strength of a better defensive effort for the entire 55 minutes and thus kept the shots and scoring chances to a minimum. Ethan Taylor was in net and played awesome, making some key saves when his team needed one. The goals scoring was led by Graham Dickerson who had his first hat trick of the year, Dalton Bancroft(1) and Emmet Pierce while assists went to Michael Andrews, Zach Uens, Cameron Supryka, Dalton Bancroft, Daniel Panetta, Keegan Hunt, Logan White and Emmet Pierce.

Sunday’s game at Richmond Hill was cancelled due to weather.
On Deck: Next up for the Minor Midget Red Devils will be a meeting on Saturday with the Barrie Colts and then Sunday in Orillia to take on the North Central Predators.

Madison Excavating - Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms travelled to Vaughan this past weekend to participate in the annual Vaughan Kings Classic Tournament. An early start on Friday had the Devils lined up against the tough Toronto Marlies. The teams battled back and forth but it was Toronto who struck first late in the first to take a 1-0 lead. The Marlies would add another in the second to make it 2-0 but the Devils were undetered and kept up the offensive pressure. Liam Philip found the back of the Toronto net, on the assist from Thomas Kuipers and Brody Partridge late in the third to give Quinte their first point of the game. Shortly after it was an unassisted goal from Beckett Ewart to tie the game 2-2. With 15 seconds left in the game the Marlies snuck one past Quinte netminder Dean Spry to take the 3-2 win.

Game 2 Friday had the Devils meet up with a familiar team from league play as they faced the Whitby Wildcats. The Devils were held off the scoreboard until the second period when Jared Langdon scored on the set up from Ty Therrien and Philip. Later in the second Landon Wright added another for Quinte on an unassisted run to the net. In the third set, Ewart added one more on the assist from Langdon to make it a 3-0 victory. Glen McInnes recorded the shut out in net.

Saturday had the Devils face the Nepean Raiders. Both teams remained scoreless after the first but it was in the second that Quinte found their pace and took a strong 3-0 lead before the end of the period. Opening up scoring for the Devils was Kuipers, assisted by Philip. Less than a minute later Kirk Stevenson added the security goal on the set up from Ewart. Followed by another from Ewart, assisted by Langdon.  The Raiders came out strong in the third and while they added 2 to their side of the scoreboard, Quinte added one more of their own with another from Kuipers, assisted by Brody Partridge and Philip. Spry was solid in net for the Devils.

Quarter finals on Saturday was a tough match up against the Sun County Panthers. This time it was the opponents who took the lead in the first set but a determined Quinte team produced solid offense and defence throughout the second to first tie the game 1-1 on a beauty from Partridge, assisted by Philip.  Wright gave the Devils the lead for the first time of the game just a minute later on the pass from Therrien. A goal from Sun County early in the third would tie it up. The game stayed that way throughout the third and forced an OT which resulted in the same 2-2 score. The game was forced to a shoot out. Shooting for the Devils were Wright, Langdon and Ewart, each of them scoring while McInnes stopped the third Panther shooter and secured the game.

Sunday had the Devils play in the semi finals of the tournament against the Toronto Marlies.  Quinte came out strong to take a 1-0 lead in the first when Therrien found the back of the Marlies net on the pass from Ewart. A quick footed Wright went into the offensive zone unassisted to make it a 2-0 lead for the Devils in the opening minutes of the second. Toronto battled hard and took one of their own in the second to make it 2-1.  The third saw the Marlies pour on the offense and add 2 unanswered and 1 empty net goals to take a 4-2 victory. Spry worked hard protecting the cage for the Devils.

On Deck:  The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will take to the road next Saturday to face the Raiders in Ajax-Pickering at the Don Beer Arena.

Foley Bus Lines - Peewee
The Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils played three games this past week in ETA action.  They entered the week with an unbeaten record of 18-0-5.  The Devils managed one win in the three games yet remain atop the Eastern Conference despite the losses.

On Tuesday Dec 6, the Devils took on the Peterborough Petes at the Madoc Community Rec Centre.  The Devils dominated in this match, coming out with a 5 to 1 win.  Scoring for the Devils were; Trevor Hoskin, Connor Hunt with a pair, Donovan McCoy, and Cooper Matthews.  Providing the helpers for the Devils goals were; Parker Stewart, Arron Brown, Rheydan McCoy, Sami Douglas-Najem, Isaac Brown and Liam Filip.  Corbin Votary was sharp in the Devils Cage.

On Saturday Dec 10, the Bus Liners hosted the Whitby Wildcats at the QSWC.  The Devils were quick to gain the lead as Trevor Hoskin, Connor Hunt and Kendrick Webster lit the lamp in the first period to take a 3 to 1 lead going into the 2nd frame.  Assisting on the first period goals were; Liam Filip, Owen Gibson, and Kendrick Webster.  Whitby struck back in the 2nd period with 3 more goals and the Devils responded with one as Dalyn Wakely scored on feeds from Cooper Matthews and Rheydan McCoy.  The score was 4 to 4 in going into the 3rd period.  Whitby would take the lead, but the Devils tied the game again on a goal from Liam Flip, assisted by Cooper Matthews and Connor Hunt. Whitby would finally score the winning goal on a goal mouth scramble late in the third period to take the game by a final score of 6 to 5.  Andrew Munro started the game in the Devils cage and Corbin Votary would finish the game as they shared the loss in the Devils net.

On Sunday Dec 11, the Foley Bus Liners hosted the Western Division leading Ajax Pickering Raiders at the Madoc Rec Centre.  The Devils opened the scoring with a nice lead pass from Dalyn Wakely to Cooper Matthews to take a 1 to 0 lead after the first period.  In end to end action, each team would skate to a scoreless 2nd period.  The Devils found themselves in penalty trouble in the third period as the Raiders scored twice and would eventually win the game by a score of 2 to 1.  Corbin Votary make some key saves in the game to keep the game close in the Devils cage.

On Deck:  Next action for the Peewee Red Devils is Dec 16 as the Devils seek revenge against the Whitby Wildcats at 7pm in Whitby.

KKP - Minor Atom
On sponsor appreciation day in Deseronto, the KKP Minor Atoms got back in the win column with a 4-1 decision over the Central Ontario Wolves.  Avery Wease led the way offensively with a pair while Evan Erwin and Alec Asimis also scored. Lennox Stewart picked up the win in goal.

On Deck: The Minor Atom's have a busy upcoming week with games in Kingston on Tuesday, Saturday in Peterborough and Sunday at home to Clarington.

Vanderlaan Building Products - Minor Bantam
In the lone game of the week the Vanderlaan Minor Bantams hosted the first place Whitby Wildcats on Wednesday December 7, 2016. The Devils would play the first period strong with both teams unable to find the back of the net. Whitby would be the first to score and would net a second before the Devils could get on the board. With just over a minute left in the second period Nathanial Burelle scored, assisted by Issac Uens and Connor Brooks. Unfortunately, Whitby went on to score two unanswered goals in the third period. The Wildcats would win with a final score of 4-1. Ethan Fraser was solid in net despite the loss. 

On Deck: The Vanderlaan Minor Bantams host Clarington at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Saturday  December 17, 2016 at 2:15 pm.

Bonn Law - Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team had a strong showing at the Vaughn Kings Classic Tournament this past weekend, going 3-1 in round robin play. The Devils displayed great team work and a strong work ethic throughout the tournament.

The Devils started off the tournament playing the Southern Tier Admirals, and won the game 7-4. Scoring for the Devils in the game Ethan Miedema (2), Vincent Bellavance (2), Ethan Quick, Christopher Brydges and Benjamin Lynch. Adding helpers on the goals was Cal Uens (2), Jack Lowry (2), Joshua Cunningham, Nick Oke, Brydges, Lynch, Quick, and Bellavance. Logan Vale was sharp between the pipes to get the win.

Next up on Friday was a game vs The Ottawa Sting. The Devils poured on the offence in the game on their way to a 9-0 win. Ethan Quick had a hat trick in the game, while Cal Uens and Ethan Miedema each scored a pair of goals. Also lighting the lamp in the game was Vincent Bellavance and Will Potts. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Spencer Cranley (3), Michael Dolton (2), Nick Oke (2), Jack Dever (2), Joshua Cunningham (2), Jack Lowry, Cal Uens, and Ethan Miedema. Aidan Crowley had a strong game in the cage, earning the shutout.

On Saturday, the Devils had an early morning match up with the Markham Majors. The Devils continued to display great team work on their way to a 4-1 win. Ethan Miedema scored a pair of goals in the game, while Cal Uens and Benjamin Lynch each added singles. Assisting on the goals was Jack Dever (2), Christopher Brydges, Jack Lowry, Uens and Miedema. Logan Vale had another strong game in net for his team.

On Saturday afternoon, The Devils would face off against the Syracuse Nationals. The boys came out flat in the game and never really found their stride, on way to a 3-2 Loss where The Nationals scored at the final buzzer to win it. Ethan Quick and Christopher Brydges scored the goals in the game. Duncan Schneider and Michael Dolton chipped in with assists. Aidan Crowley was in net for the Devils.

On Sunday morning, the Devils would head into the semi-final game against their Eastern ETA division rival, Whitby Wildcats. The game would be a special teams battle with almost every goal was scored on the powerplay. Whitby found themselves on the powerplay for most of the first period and some of the second taking a 4 to 0 lead. The Devils fought back after a string of power plays to tie the game at four. Both team would trade goals until Whitby scored the winning goal on a 5 on 3 powerplay with under 30 seconds left to get the 6-5 win. Cal Uens had a hat trick in the game, and Christopher Brydges and Jack Dever added singles. Assisting on the goals was Ethan Miedema (2), Benjamin Lynch, Vincent Bella Vance and Duncan Schneider. Logan Vale was in net for the Devils.

On Deck: At Peterborough Saturday December 17th, and home to the York Simcoe Express Sunday, December 18th 4:00 @ Napanee.



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