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Madison Excavating - Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms sealed another three wins in league play this week and added 6 points to their top spot standing in the east.
Wednesday the Devils hosted their sponsor appreciation evening at QSWC and took on the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs. The Devils played hard for the hometown crowd and dazzled them with a 6-2 win. Carson Campbell opened up the scoring on a short handed, unassisted goal in the first. The second saw the Devils add another 2 goals, one each from Thomas Kuipers and Kirk Stevenson. Assisted by Liam Philip, Landon Wright and Brody Partridge. The Devils kept up the pressure adding 3 to the scoreboard before the close of the game. Kuipers picked up the hat trick with another 2 goals in the third, assisted by Braedyn Rogers and Gage Butcher. Philip scored as well on the set up from Kuipers. Glenn McInnes and Dean Spry shared net minding duties for the sponsors crowd.
Saturday had the Devils hosting back at their home ice in Marmora to face the Peterborough Petes. It was the Petes who struck first and had Quinte racing to catch up. Ty Therrien on the set up from Beckett Ewart and Deacon Ellis, opened scoring and tied the game in the second. Quinte continued to battled and work from behind but finally turned on the offence in the third. Scoring in the third were Butcher (2) and the game winner from Philip. Assists came from Kuipers (2), Philip, Rogers and Butcher. Dean Spry protected the Quinte cage in the 4-3 victory.
Sunday had he Devils on the road to Little Britain to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils played a strong game and skated their way to a 8-0 win. Scoring details were unavailable at media time and will be shared with next week's report. Glenn McInnes recorded the shut out.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will be in Pickering on Wednesday to face the Ajax-Pickering Raiders. Home game in Napanee on Saturday at 2pm verses Whitby. The Devils will hit the road for a game on Sunday in Clarington to take on the Toros.
Vanderlaan Building Products - Minor Bantam
The Vanderlaan Building Products Minor Bantams had three games this past week earning 5 points.
On January 25th, Quinte hosted the Kingston Jr Frontenacs. Kingston would open the scoring in first period taking a 1-0 lead. Nathanial Burelle would tie the game with a goal midway through the second period assisted by Connor Brooks. Kingston answered back to take the lead 2-1 going into the third. With the time winding down and less than a minute remaining Brock Kelsh found the back of the net to tie the game 2-2. Conner Brooks assisting. In the final seconds Quinte got another goal by Ethan Broek, assisting was Ben White. Dixon Grimes was solid between the pipes for the win. Aiden Treverton was awarded player of the game.
On Saturday Jan. 28, the Red Devils hosted the Oshawa Generals. Quinte came out strong scoring in the first minute of play with a goal from Brock Kelsh. Assisted by Clayton Farrow and Ethan Broek. Oshawa took the lead 2-1 halfway through the second but the Devils would put two quick goals in the net from Aiden Treverton and Zack Brooks. Helpers from Jett Butler and Brock Kelsh. Heading into the third and leading Oshawa 3-2 the Devils continued to control the game. Jett Butler would secure the win netting two goals, assisted by Ben White and Daniel Michaud. Devils win with a final score of 5-2. Ethan Fraser was in net for the win. Jett Butler was awarded player of the game.
The third game of the week had Quinte travelling to Clarington on Sunday to take on the Toros. The Toros opened the scoring first but Devils answered back early in the third with a goal by Daniel Michaud. Aiden Treverton and Lucas Culhane with the assists. Dixon Grimes was in net.
Foley Bus Lines - Peewee
It was a heartbreaking loss and a decisive win for the Foley us liner peewees! On Saturday Jan 28, the Foley Bus Lines Major Peewee Red Devils hit the road to take on the Clarington Toros. In end to end action; the Devils and Toros skated to a scoreless game until late in the third period, when the Devils took a penalty with just under 3 min left in the game. The Toros scored on the power play with just under 2 min left to take the lead 1 to 0. Despite pulling the goalie, the Devils couldn’t find the back of the Clarington net, and fell to the Toros 1 to 0. Corbin Votary played a solid game in the Devils net, stopping 29 of 30 shots.
On Sunday Jan 29, the Bus Liners hosted the York Simcoe Express in Madoc. The Devils were fired up, following the tough loss to Clarington on the previous day, and came out strong. Corbin Roach lit the lamp just 8 seconds into the game following a series of passes from Trevor Hoskin and Donovan McCoy. Just minutes later, Corbin Roach scored his second goal from Hoskin and McCoy once again. 26 seconds after the second goal, Corbin Roach completed the hat trick with his third goal of the game, once again from Trevor Hoskin and Dalyn Wakely. Dalyn Wakely scored with 4 min left in the first to give the Devils a 4 to 0 lead going into the 2nd frame. Assisting on the Wakely goal was Trevor Hoskin and Corbin Roach. The Express would strike first in the 2nd frame on a power play goal, but the Devils would respond with three more goals. Corbin Roach would score his fourth goal of the game on feeds from Trevor Hoskin and Dalyn Wakely. Dalyn Wakely scored his second of the game on feeds from Donvan McCoy and Parker Stewart. The final goal of the second period saw Dalyn Wakely complete his hat trick with a short-handed goal on a pass from Corbin Roach. The Devils entered the third period with a 7 to 1 lead. In the third, the Devils would add one more as Sami Douglas-Najem scored from the point on passes from Connor Hunt and Liam Filip. Final score was 8 to 1 for the Devils. Corbin Roach racked up a hat trick with a 6-point game (4 goals and 2 assists). Dalyn Wakely also grabbed a hat trick in a 5-point game (3 goals and 2 assists). Trevor Hoskin also had a 5-point game with 5 assists. Andrew Munro made some brilliant saves to provide strength in the Devils cage.
On Deck: Next action for the Foley Bus Lines Major Peewee Red Devils is Saturday Feb 4, as the Devils host the Oshawa Generals in Madoc. Puck Drop is 4pm.
Bonn Law - Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team downed the Fronts in their only game this week. The two teams were tied at a goal each after the first period, but the Devils found their stride, scoring four goals in each of the next two periods on way to a 9-5 win. Jack Dever scored a hat trick in the game and added an assist. Also lighting the lamp for the Devils was Ethan Miedema (2), Cal Uens, Jack Lowry, Ethan Quick and Benjamin Lynch. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Uens (5), Quick (2), Duncan Schneider (2), Miedema, Lowry, Nick Oke, Sidney Wakely, Christopher Brydges, Will Potts, Spencer Cranley and Michael Dolton. Aidan Crowley and Logan Vale shared the net. The Red Devils are back in action Wednesday evening in Cobourg vs The Clarington Toros and then travel to Kingston for a Friday night tilt with the Fronts.
Rhino Sports - Minor Midget
The Pond at Rhino Sports and Playland Minor Midgets headed into action on Saturday against the top team in the ETA, the fast skating Whitby Wildcats. The Whitby Wildcats would score two quick goals in the first period as the Red Devils didn’t seem to be ready for the game. The team would settle down and play some hockey but penalties were an issue as the constant parade to the penalty box eliminated any potential momentum that might have been created. Ethan Taylor was in net for the loss as Whitby beat Quinte 3-0.
On Deck: The Quinte Red Devil Minor Midgets will play the Kingston Jr Frontenacs on their quest to becoming the OMHA Minor Midget Champions. The Series opener will be Wednesday February 1 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Center; game time is 9:15pm. The following series games are as follows; in Kingston on Saturday and in Madoc on Sunday, games times are unknown but please keep checking the website for the update of these game times and for the remainder of the games in the series.
KKP - Minor Atom
The KKP Minor Atom's split a pair of games over the weekend. On Saturday in Whitby, the Devils traded goals with Wildcats for 2 and a half periods only to see the hosts score a couple late to put the game out of reach in a 6-3 loss. Carter Chadwick, Avery Wease and Kaiden Harmon scored while Lennox Stewart took the loss in his first game back after being out with injury since January.
On Sunday in Deseronto, the Devils played host to the top team in the ETA and spotted York-Simcoe a 3-0 lead before engaging in a spirited come-back to earn a hard fought draw with the Express. Harmon, Ben Graham and Mason Musclow found the back of the net while Liam Boyer was solid in goal.
On Deck: The KKP Devils return to action on Thursday night in Peterborough before hosting Whitby on Sunday back in Deseronto.
Free Flow Petroleum - Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils earned four important points this week with two home wins. On Thursday night the Red Devils posted a 4-2 win over Kingston, who were only one point behind Quinte in the standings at the time. Connor MacGregor opened the scoring for the home team. the goal was assisted by Isaac Langdon and Nick Kirby-Palliser. Langdon scored next on a feed from Ben Roger. Marshall McFarland scored unassisted. Langdon finished off the scoring from Roger and MacGregor.
On Saturday the Red Devils hosted the Markham Waxers and came out flying scoring early and often, on their way to a 7-0 victory. The Red Devils effort has been more consistent of late and it was great to see their hard work pay off as they were able to light the lamp many times. which is not easy to do in their very competitive conference. Goal scorers were Jaxen Boyer, Connor MacGregor, Cooper Rogers, Curtis Dicks, Marshall McFarland and Riley St. Pierre. Assists went to Jacob Vreugdenhil and Isaac Langdon with three each, Jacob Gilbert with two, Gavyn Stevenson, Dicks and Kirby-Palliser.
Nick McGowen and Sam Dingle are each having excellent seasons between the pipes and each earned a win this weekend.
On Deck: Next Action is Saturday February 4th when we host the Oshawa Generals at 3:45 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Center.