Minor Atoms win the Hamilton
Jr. Bulldogs Backspin Classic Tournament in Hamilton, Minor Midgets attend ETA showcase in Aurora. ...
QRD Weekly Report – Monday Dec 4, 2017
Kwik Kopy Printing - Minor Atom
Kwik Kopy Printing Minor Atoms won Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs Backspin Classic Tournament last weekend.
Game 1 - Quinte - 4 Buffalo Regals 1
The Red Devils got off to a good start beating Buffalo in their opening game Friday December 1st. Goal scorers were Owen Rivers, Kaden Koutroulides, Tavin MacDonald and Connor Fetterley. Assists to Ryland Cunningham(2), Kolby Craig, Jack Foley, Lucas Adamson, Koutroulides, Lucas Ferguson and Carson Lynch. Kayden Mcbride-Hyde picked up the win in net.
Game 2 - Quinte 3 - Hamilton Huskies 2
The Red Devils would start the tournament 2 and 0 after beating Hamilton. Goal scorers were Craig(2) and Koutroulides, and assists came from Cunningham(2), Lynch and Koutroulides. Nowl Wallace earned the win in net.
Game 3 - Quinte 3 - Mississauga Reps 3
The Red Devils would settle for a tie in game 3. Goal scorers were Ferguson, Cunningham and Craig. Assists went to Craig, Foley, Cunningham and Cooper Kelly. Kayden Mcbride-Hyde was in net for the tie.
Game 4 - Quarter Finals - Quinte 4 - Kingston Jr. Frontenacs 0
The quarter finals would see the Devils face a familiar Kingston team. The Devils were looking for a good start after having a 9 hour break between games. Quinte played tight defensively and Nowl Wallace earned the shutout in net. Goal scorers were Foley(2), Rivers and Cunningham. Assists to Craig(2), Rivers(2), Foley, Lynch, Kelly and Blake Leblanc.
Game 5 - Semi Finals - Quinte 3 - Mississauga Reps 1
The Devils were looking forward to playing the Reps in the semi finals in a rematch from the day before. Quinte got on the board first with a goal from MacDonald assisted by Cunningham and Koutroulides. Mississauga would tie the game in the second. Quinte played hard in the third period looking for that go ahead goal. It was looking like the game was headed to overtime until Rivers would score the game winner with 14 seconds left on the clock. Assisted by Craig and Foley. Cunningham sealed the win with an empty netter assisted by Koutroulides and MacDonald. Kayden Mcbride-Hyde earned the win in net.
Game 6 - Finals - Quinte 8 Guelph Gryphons 3
Quinte came out hungry for the win and would open the scoring but, the lead would change a few times eventually being tied at 3-3. That's when the Devils found an extra gear and scored 5 more unanswered goals winning the championship. The weekend was a great team effort that the boys should be very proud of. Goal scorers were Cunningham(3), Fetterley(2), Riley Reid, Rivers and MacDonald. Assists to Macdonald (3), Koutroulides (3), Jacob Moore(2), Cunningham, Foley, Fetterley, Lynch, Rykken Ellis, Reid, Adamson and Kelly. Nowl Wallace earned the win in net.
On Deck: - Friday December 8th @ Kingston
Game Ready Hockey Development – Bantam
On November 26, the Game Ready Development Bantams travelled to Lindsay to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. The game would end in a 2-2 tie. Goals from Daniel Michaud and Ben White. Assists from Gavin Camp and Daniel Michaud. Ethan Fraser was in net.
On December 2, the Red Devil's hosted the Ajax-Pickering Raiders. The Devil's would finish with a 5-3 win. Goals by Zack Brooks (3) and Nathanial Burelle (2). Assisting was Ben White (3), Zack Brooks, Nathanial Burelle, Daniel Michaud (2), Connor Brooks (2). Dixon Grimes was in net and was awarded player of the game.
Foley Bus Lines - Minor Bantam
In the only game this week for the Foley Bus Lines Minor Bantams, the Red Devils hosted the Ajax Pickering Raiders in a game where the top teams from the East and West Divisions met for the first time this year.
The Devils would open the scoring at the mid-point of the first period, as Noah Richard found the back of the Raiders net on a pass from Cooper Matthews. The Game would remain a 1 to 0 match in back and forth action, until the mid point of the 3rd period, when Ajax would even things up at 1 apiece. With only 5 seconds left in the game, Owen Beck lit the lamp for the Devils on a pass from Donovan McCoy to give the Devils the win. Brady Spry made key saves in the Devils net throughout the game to keep the Devils in it.
On Deck: Next action for the Foley Bus Liners is Saturday Dec 9 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre, where the Devils host the Oshawa Generals. Puck Drop is scheduled for 3:45pm.
Rhino Sports and Play Quinte - Novice
The Rhino Sports and Play Quinte Novice Red Devils had a very successful weekend. On Saturday, they travelled to Lindsay to take on the Wolves. The Wolves took an early first period lead, but the Red Devils found their stride and limited the damage to just one goal at the end of the first period. In the second, Quinte scored twice in 22 seconds with goals from Nate Rashotte unassisted, and Chase Cybulskie from Cam Shaw. The Red Devils continued to dominate the play into the third period with their third goal coming from Pierson Clute from Cam Shaw and Paxton Erskine. The Wolves were determined not to go away quietly though, and took advantage of a turnover in the slot to bring the game within a goal. Just over a minute later, the Wolves struck again to tie the game at 3 and that’s the way the game would finish. Charlie Vos was in the net for tie.
On Sunday, the Red Devils were up against the undefeated Whitby Wildcats. Looking to avenge 11-3 and 10-1 losses against the Wildcats in their last two meetings, the Devils came out flying in the first period. The action went back and forth but Quinte’s goalie, Daniel Yeo kept the Wildcats off the scoreboard after one period. Both teams seem to find their scoring touch in the second period. Whitby would score first, but Cam Shaw was able tie the game 9 seconds later from Chase Cybulskie. 41 seconds later, Whitby regained the lead, and then scored again half way through the period to go ahead 3-1. Quinte was determined to keep pace with Whitby however and found themselves only down 3-2 after the 2nd period thanks to a break away goal by Mac Chisholm unassisted.
Inspired by only being down 3-2 on the scoreboard to the first place Wildcats going into a third period, the Red Devils were a different team in the final period. Quinte shocked Whitby by scoring three unanswered goals from Paxton Erskine, Nate Rashotte, and Joey Nieman, with assists to Cam Shaw, Joe Nieman, Nate Rashotte and two by Mac Chisholm. Whitby managed to score a goal with 3 minutes left in the game, but Jake Gawley finished the Wildcats off scoring with just 1:29 left to seal the 6-4 victory and hand the Whitby Wildcats their first Regular Season loss. Daniel Yeo was in net for the victory.
On Deck: Next up for the Red Devils is Peterborough on Thursday, followed by weekend matchups against the Toros and the Wolves.
Free Flow Petroleum - Minor Midget
The Free Flow Minor Midgets travelled to Aurora this past weekend to compete in the ETA Showcase in front of OHL, USPORTS and NCAA scouts. The two day event featured all 13 teams in the ETA playing in one venue. Up Saturday was a key East division matchup against the Peterboro Petes. Peterboro came out flying early and scored the first goal of the game in the first minute. While both teams were not sharp, Red Devils tied it up 8 mins later on a snipe from Isaac Langdon with Gavyn Stevenson and Brayden Robinson assisting. That's the way things stayed until midway through the 2nd period when Petes struck for 2 quick goals on some fortuitous bounces to go up 3-1. However, the Devils did not fold and struck back just over a minute later with 2 tallies of their own 16 seconds apart by Jacob Vreugdenhil and Isaac Langdon. Helpers were supplied by Karsten Leonard, Curtis Dicks and Stevenson. Things stayed tied until early in the 3rd when Petes struck again in the first minute with the go ahead goal. They added another midway through the period before notching an empty net goal to skate away with the win. Ethan McDonnell was solid in net.
Sunday the boys faced their west division rivals, the Ajax Pickering Raiders. Devils came out flying and dominated the first period with several good scoring opportunities but couldn't put anything past the Raiders goalie. It was the same for the second period until Jacob Gilbert finally banged home a goal for the Devils with assists from Langdon and Stevenson. Although they generated most of the scoring chances , the Devils couldn't find the mesh again but the single tally was enough to put the Raiders away. Matt Tovell picked up the shutout in a very solid performance.
On Deck: Wednesday Dec. 6 at Invista, Kingston
Pita Pit - Atom
The Pita Pit Boys had a great start to their week when they made a $500 donation to the Quinte Children's Foundation. The money was raised to help other kids enjoy the fun of sport through a 5k fun walk the team hosted in the fall.
They travelled to the Hamilton Junior Bulldogs tournament where they opened the tournament on Friday with 2 solid wins. Their first game saw them face the Grey-Bruce Highlanders.
Goals were scored by Asimis, Ferguson, Chadwick, and Erwin with assists from McCormack, Erwin, Wease, and Chadwick. Stewart was in net for the 4-2 win
In their second game the Pita Pit boys won 3-1 over the Burlington Eagles.
Goals were scored by McCormack, Erwin, and Wease, with assists from Wease, Asimis, Sage, Ferguson, and Harmon. L. Boyer was solid in the win.
Saturday morning the team faced a 6-1 loss to the Waterloo Wolves. The teams lone goal was scored by Asimis, assisted by Erwin and McCormack. Stewart took the loss in net.
In the second game of the day the team pulled out a tie against the Huron-Perth Lakers which would secure them a spot in the semi-finals. The lone goal scored by Osterhout, with assist from Sage and McCormack.
L. Boyer handled the goaltending duties.
In the semi-final game Sunday morning the Pita Pit boys faced the host team the Hamilton Jr Bulldogs. With determination and hard work the boys came out on top with a 2-0 win. Goals were scored by Erwin and Asimis
L. Boyer was very strong in net picking up the shutout.
In the final game of the tournament the team faced the Waterloo Wolves again. Although it was a better outcome than their first encounter the team came up short with a 6-3 loss.
Goals - Sage, Chadwick (2)
Assists - Osterhout, Sills, Asimis, Erwin, Thompson, Lord
L. Boyer took the loss
On Deck: The Major Atom team will regroup with practices this week for their next game Dec 13th 7:00pm in Marmora vs Kingston Jr Frontenacs.