This weeks QRD Weekly Report is here...
Bonn Law - Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Major Peewee team had a quiet week, but skated away with two points in league play after they defeated the Whitby Wildcats by a score of 5-2 on Sunday.
The Red Devils controlled most of the play in the first period, but the teams remained scoreless heading into the second. Jack Dever got his team on the board early in the second period, when he scored a shorthanded goal on a fantastic individual effort. The Wild Cats were quick to even the game up, but Michael Dolton put his team ahead again, on the power play, assisted by Ben Lynch and Tyson Carr. Jack Dever added his second goal of the game, assisted by Will Haley and Christopher Brydges, to put the Devils up by a pair.
The Wild Cats would come within a goal, but Aidan Haller-Brady scored on the power play, from Nick Oke, and Ethan Quick added an empy net goal, from Christopher Brydges, and the Devils won the game 5-2. Aidan Crowley was spectacular in net, making several key saves at important times in the game.
On Deck for the Devils: Saturday 5:45 in Belleville vs The Oshawa Generals.
Sunday 3:00 pm @ Peterborough.
Pita Pit - Atom
The Red Devils played a mid-week game in Kingston on Wednesday. The team came up short in a 4-3 loss. Goals were scored by Kayden Harmon (Carter Chadwick), Evan Erwin (Rylan McCormack) and McCormack (Alec Asimis, Sam Thompson). Lennox Stewart took the loss in net.
The team hosted the Central Ontario Wolves on Sunday. The Quinte boys controlled the game from start to finish. Player of the game Owen Ferguson scored a hat trick by the middle of the second period. Harmon and Erwin netted two goals each and singles were scored by Deke Osterhout, Chadwick and Jake Sage. Assists came from Harmon (2), Avery Wease, Chadwick, Sills, Sage, Asimis and Mason Boyer. Liam Boyer had a strong game in net in the 10-1 win.
On Deck: The Pita Pit boys host the Oshawa Generals on Saturday in Belleville. Game time is 2:15 pm at the Sports and Wellness Centre, Family Dental Centre pad. They travel to Lindsay on Sunday to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. Game time: 4:30 pm.
Kwik Kopy Printing - Minor Atom
The Kwik Kopy Printing Minor Atoms traveled to Oshawa Friday November 17th to start off a 3 games in 3 days weekend. The Devils found themselves down 2-0 going into the third. It took until just over 4 minutes left in the game for Quinte to find their road legs. That's when Ryland Cunningham cut the lead in half assisted by Connor Fetterley. With just 16 seconds left in the game Cunningham would tie it assisted by Kaden Koutroulides and Jack Foley. Nowl Wallace earned the tie in net.
On Saturday Nov. 18, the Devils played host to the North Central Predators. Quinte knew they had to have a better start
than the night before and did just that as Cunningham scored on the first shift of the game. It would be all Devils as they would go on to win 9-0. Goal scorers were Fetterley with the hat trick, Foley and Owen Rivers with 2, and Koutroulides and Cunningham each with one each.
Multiple assists came from Kolby Craig (4), Cooper Kelly (3), Cunningham (2), Koutroulides (2), Rykken Ellis (2), Lucas Ferguson (2), and Lucas Adamson, Owen Rivers and Carson Lynch each with singles. Kayden McBride-Hyde earned the shutout in net.
Quinte traveled to Peterborough Sunday Nov. 19 to face the Petes. The Devils knew this would be a tight checking, physical hockey game and that's exactly what it was with each side taking 9 minor penalties. Peterborough scored on a powerplay midway through the first period and that would turn out to be the game winner. Nowl Wallace was in net for the 1-0 loss.
On Deck: Saturday November 25th @ Barrie
Free Flow Petroleum - Minor Midget
The Free Flow Minor Midgets capped off an impressive 2 weeks with 3 wins in 5 days to run their current win streak to 5 wins in a row to up their ETA record to 12-6-3 for first place in the ETA East. Wednesday against Whitby Wildcats, the Red Devils got out to an early 2-0 lead on goals by Jaxen Boyer and Karsten Leonard assisted by Jacob Vreugdenhil, Cole McGuire and Marshall McFarland. A determined Wildcat team tied it up before the 2nd intermission before the Devils came out flying in the third to take another 2 goal lead on goals by Isaac Langdon from Cooper Rogers and an acrobatic goal by Garrett Bird from Langdon. Wildcats scored a late one to make it close. Ethan McDonnell was solid in net.
Saturday the boys travelled to Markham for a late night game to take on the gritty Waxers who put up a determined effort in a 3-1 Red Devils win. Langdon, Vreugdenhil and Ben Roger handled the scoring with Jacob Gilbert, Gavyn Stevenson, Curtis Dicks, Leonard and Langdon picking up helpers. Matt Tovell had a very strong game in net.
Sunday at noon, the Devils were back at it taking on a physical North Central Predator team. Again the Devils got out to a quick lead and never looked back enroute to a convincing 4-2 win. Devils scorers were Stevenson, Langdon, McGuire and Vreugdenhil. Assists went to Stevenson, Dicks, Gilbert, Rogers, Leonard and Vreugdenhil. Ethan McDonnell stood tall in net.
On Deck: Up next for the Free Flow gassers is the prestigious Silver Stick tournament in Whitby Nov 23-26 with some very tough games against Barrie, Mississauga, Calgary and Chicago.
Madison Excavating - Minor Peewee
The Madison Excavating Minor Peewees closed up this week with 6 points in 3 league games.
The Devils were on the road for a mid week line up in Oshawa against the Generals. Quinte would hit the scoreboard early in the game and knock two goals in before the end of the first. Thomas Kuipers scored the first on the set up from Brody Partridge and Braedyn Rogers. Jared Langdon would score the second on the pass from Beckett Ewart. The remaining periods were scoreless. Dean Spry was solid between the pipes for the Devils and would record the shut out with a 2-0 victory.
Saturday had the Minor Peewees play host to Ajax-Pickering Raiders. The Devils struck first again and Langdon would open up the scoring on the set up from Kuipers and Liam Philip. Kuipers would add another before the end of the set, assisted by Rogers and Deacon Ellis. The second period would see the Devils add another 2 goals to their lead from Ewart and Philip. Assists came from Anthony Nugent, Langdon, Carson Campbell and Ewart. Whitby would sneak a couple passed the Quinte netminder but it would not end in their favour as the Devils went on the secure a 6-2 win with 3 more goals in the third. With the hat trick, Philip added 2 and Therrien 1. Assisting on the third period goals were Campbell, Ewart(2), Langdon and Landon Wright. Mike McIvor took the win in net.
Sunday the Devils were on the road to face the fast paced Whitby Wildcats. The Devils would skate their way to a 3-0 win. Dean Spry recorded his second shut out of the week.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Minor Peewees will face the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs on Tuesday at the Invista Centre and will participate in the Whitby Silver Stick Nov. 23-26.
Game Ready Hockey Development - Bantam
The Game Ready Development Bantams had two games this past week. Wednesday the Devils travelled to Clarington to take on the last place Toros where they tied 4-4. Scoring for the Devils was Jett Butler, Ben White, Daniel Michaud, and Luke Lapalm. Assisting was Connor Brooks, Daniel Michaud, Luke Laplam, Jett Butler, Blake Maracle, Hunter Hall, Ben White, and Zack Brooks. Ethan Fraser was in net.
On Saturday the Devils hosted the North Central Predators where the Devils lost 4-2. Clayton Farrow with the two goals. Assists go to Daniel Michaud (2), and Jett Butler. Dixon Grimes was in net.
Foley Bus Lines - Minor Bantam
The Foley Bus Lines Minor Bantam Red Devils played two games this past weekend against the Barrie Colts and the Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils managed to score 14 goals, with only one goal against in the two matchups.
On Nov 18, the Foley Bus Liners hosted the Barrie Colts at the QSWC. It was all Devils in this affair as the Devils routed the Colts by a score of 11 to 0. 6 goals were scored in the first period. Lighting the lamp for the Devils in the first period were; Dalyn Wakely with a pair, Sami Douglas-Najem, Corbin Roach, Parker Stewart and Owen Beck. Providing the helpers were, Trevor Hoskin, Parker Stewart, Liam Cassidy, Connor Hunt, Kellen Dostaler with two, Owen Beck, Donovan McCoy, Cooper Matthews, and Corbin Roach with a pair. In the second period, the Devils only scored one goal as Owen Beck found the back of the Colts net on feeds from Corbin Roach and Kellen Dostaler. The third period saw four more goals by the Bus Liners, as Cooper Matthews, Connor Hunt, Kellen Dostaler, Liam Filip and Corbin Roach lit the lamp. Third period assists went to; Connor Hunt, Noah Richard with a pair, Cooper Matthews, and Trevor Hoskin. Brady Spry was perfect in the Devils cage to record the shut out.
On Nov 19, the Devils travelled to Lindsay to take on the host Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils opened the scoring in the first period on a goal scored by Corbin Roach. Kellen Dostaller provided the lone assist. The Devils went up 2 to 0 in the second period as Noah Richard banged one home on assists by Corbin Roach and Dalyn Wakely. The Wolves would pull within one, putting one by Corbin Votary, mid-way through the third period. Donovan McCoy would put it away with less than two minutes left on a powerplay goal, assisted by Liam Cassidy. Final score was 3 to 1 for the Devils with Corbin Votary on duty in the Devils cage.
Next action for the Minor Bantam Devils is the Silver Stick Tournament in Whitby from Nov 23 to Nov 26.