Here is the QRD Weekly Report for the week of Sept 30 - Oct 6...
Alliance Spray Foam Insulation- Minor Atom
The Alliance Spray Foam Insulation Devils capped off a 5pt weekend! On Saturday, the Minor Atom Red Devils played a double header in Madoc vs the Barrie Colts, who had nothing but revenge on the their minds, due to last weekend’s defeat in their Home barn. In game one, the Colts struck first and carried a 1-0 lead into the second period. Quinte would score three unanswered goals in the second from Trent Clow, Brechyn Aird, and Coen Lowry, and took a commanding 3-1 lead into the 3rd. Lauchlan Whelan would make it 4-1 early in the third but Barrie would not give in. They managed to bring it within two goals mid way through the frame before Joey Seguin iced the game with 17 seconds remaining. Assists to Maeve Aird, Andrew Dewar, Mason Vanhuizen, Liam Marion, Brechyn Aird, Ewan Dahle, Lowry, Seguin, and Whelan. Xavier Phillips was in net for the win.
Game 2 was a much closer battle with both teams scoring back and forth. Barrie led 2-1 after the first, Quinte led 4-3 after the second, and Barrie scored the lone goal in the 3rd ending the game in a 4-4 tie.
Trent Clow led the way scoring a Hat Trick for the Devils, and Liam Marion picked up the other tally. Assists to Brechyn Aird, Easton Thompson, Lawson Minifie, Mason Vanhuizen, and Coen Lowry. Nate McDonald was in net for the Red Devils.
On Sunday, the Alliance Spray Foam Insullation Devils played host to the York Simcoe Express and came out flying, building a 3-0 lead before the Express would put one past Phillips. The Devils would make it 4-1 one minute after two periods of play. The Express would make it close in the third, out scoring the Devils 3-2, but the Devils prevailed 6-4. Scoring for the Red Devils were Mason Vanhuizen (2), Lauchlan Whelan (2), Andrew Dewar, and Coen Lowry. Assists to Liam Marion (3), Coen Lowry (2), Brechyn Aird, Joey Seguin, and Ryder Hooey.
The Alliance Spray Foam Insulation Devils next take on Kingston, on Wednesday night and the Bellevile Sports and Wellness Centre.
Madison Excavating- Minor Bantam
The Madison excavating Minor Bantams had two games this past week and settled for a point in regular season play. The Devils traveled to Oshawa for a midweek match up with the Generals. The Gens opened up the scoring early in the first but Quinte came back in the second to tie the game. The two teams battled back-and-forth throughout the third but the game would end in a tie. Scoring for the Devils was Nolan Donnelly from Caleb Martin. Mike McIvor was in net for the tie.
Game two of the week was another road game to take on the Coyotes in Richmond Hill. The Devils came out fast in the first period and potted two to take a 2-0 lead in the game. Donnelly scored the first unassisted and Ben Vreugdenhil scored the second assisted by Brody Partridge and Deacon Ellis. Late in the first the Coyotes would tie the game and go on to tack two more to the scoreboard making it a 2-4 game going into the third. Both teams would score in the third, Beckett Ewart from Jared Langdon and Braedyn Rogers for the Devils leaving Quinte to succumb to the loss. Net duties were shared by Glen McInnes and Mike McIvor.
The Madison Excavating Minor Bantams will head to London this weekend to participate in the Wendy Dufton Memorial Tournament.
World Elite Training- Major Atom
On Saturday, the World Elite Atoms traveled to Whitby to face the Wildcats. Midway through the first period Maclean Chisholm (from Pierson Clute) scored. Quinte was down by one point going into the second period. Chase Cybulskie scored top corner to tie the game. Unfortunately it was not enough and Quinte fell 4-2 over Whitby. Goalie, Lily Reid, keep the team in the game with her outstanding saves.
Quinte hosted the Central Ontario Wolves in their home barn on Sunday. The Wolves got on the board first. It wasn’t until the second period when Brayden Davidson (from Jonas McCoy) got past the goalie. The game was tied 1-1 going into the third period. Cybulskie scored from Davidson and Camden Sloan sunk the empty netter to give Quinte the 3-1 win over the Wolves.
Up next, the World Elite Atoms take on the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs in Belleville on Saturday.
McInroy Maines Construction- Major Midget
McInroy-Maines Construction Midget Red Devils Split Weekend Games
Saturday in Belleville the Red Devils defeated the Barrie Colts 2-1.
Alex Lucas was in goal for the win.
Cayde Culhane was Devil of the Day.
Sunday the Red Devils dropped a 6-3 decision to APR.
Ethan Fraser was in net.
Kyle McMechan was Devil of the Day.
Scoring Results for the two games:
Lucas Culhane: 1G, 2A
Becket Palmer-Stephen: 1G, 1A
Zack Brooks: 2 A
Kyle McMechan, Aiden Treverton, Nate Burelle: 1 G
Hayden Barry and Cayde Culhane: 1A
Foley Bus Lines- Minor Midget
After a close call Sunday evening, the QRD Foley Bus Lines Minor Midgets managed to come out of the weekend with a pair of wins to add to their ETA standings. On Saturday afternoon, the Devils welcomed the always tough Oshawa Generals to the Mackay where the Generals got out to an early 1-0 lead on a power play goal. Fortunately, the home town squad equaled things up a couple minutes later to square off the first at 1-1.
In the second, the Devils got on a roll to the tune of 3 unanswered goals only to follow that up with 3 more in the third before allowing one late to take the contest with a 7-2 final.
Sunday, the Devils hit the road to Lindsay to take on the Central Ontario Wolves in a 6:30pm match up. In a familiar start to Saturday’s game, the Devils gave up a shorthanded goal early to trail 1-0. The QRD’s did manage to tie things up before the buzzer sounded in the first but the stingy Wolves clawed their way to a midway 3-1 lead in the second period. An equipment malfunction in the arena gave the Devil’s an unexpected timeout to shake off the cobwebs as they came out of that break to pot one before the flood, trailing now 3-2. The Devils threw everything they could at the net in the third and despite having a goal called back managed to jam one home with 2:32 remaining to tie things up. With the momentum now swung in favor of the Devils, the team kept pushing and found the twine one last time with a minute left and held on to squeak out the W and the four point weekend.
Next Action…..The Belleville Sens host the Quinte Red Devils organization for the day on October 12th. The Quinte AAA teams play locally before the Sens host a game day experience with a banquet, guest speakers and in game experiences while the Sens take on the Binghamton Devils at 7pm. See your Minor Midgets in game action at 2:30pm on the CAA arena versus the Clarington Toros.
Bonn Law- Major Bantam
The Bonn Law Bantams split their games over the weekend collecting 2 out of 4 possible points.
The boys travelled to Whitby on Saturday to take on the Wildcats in their home barn. The Devils controlled the play for the majority of the game and were rewarded with a 3-0 win. Ethan Beattie earned the shut out between the pipes and the offence came courtesy of Jack Dever (2) and Ethan Miedema. Collecting the assists on the goals were Miedema, Cal Uens and Christopher Brydges.
On Sunday, the Bantams were back on the road, this time travelling to Markham for a match up with the Waxers. Unfortunately things did not go their way and they ended up dropping their first game of the season by a score of 5-2. Red Devil goals were scored by Miedema (assisted by Dever and Tyson Carr) and Ethan Quick (assisted by Carr).
The Bantams will look to bounce back when they host the Clarington Toros this Sunday at the CAA arena. Game time is 1:30pm.
Free Flow Petroleum- Minor Peewee
A rather quiet weekend for the Free Flow Petroleum Minor Peewees. On Saturday, the team hosted the Whitby Wildcat's in their lone game of the weekend.
With a great local crowd, there was excitement and enthusiasm on-ice and in the stands. The Minor Peewees commanding the play, opened the scoring halfway through the first period, with the lone goal of the 1st, shot from in tight, by Jack Foley (assisted by Matthew Airhart). The Minor Peewees kept the momentum going, Cooper Kelly, passing to Riley Reid set up Airhart, for a long shot from the point. Giving the home team a 2-0 lead heading into the final frame. The Minor Peewees, were offered no opportunities to relax, being forced to stay on top of their game. Taking advantage of an opportunity, Rykken Ellis rushed from the point carrying the play to Whitby's end. Ellis (from Foley and Jacob Moore) increased the Minor Peewee's lead, to 3-0! Not giving up, the Wildcats hit the scoreboard once in the final minutes. Katste Brant, facing a number of shots throughout the game, earned the 3-1 win, in net.