Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report: Nov 18-24, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report: Nov 18-24
Here is the QRD Weekly Report for the week of Nov 18-24...

Pita Pit- Major Peewee (U13)
The Pita Pit Peewees travelled to Whitby for a Saturday night tilt with the Wildcats. It was a solid team effort in this one. Christian Sokoljuk opened the scoring with a nice solo effort to make it 1-0. Pax Murphy made it

2-0 with some nifty moves and beat the goalie high assisted by Ethan Kenney. Whitby made it 2-1 but it was Deke Osterhout who would put the devils ahead 3-1 with a nice shot from the goal line that went top cheese. Osterhout put the icing on the cake with a feed from Evan Erwin and Kaiden Harmon to give the Red Devils a 4-1 win. Liam Boyer was solid in net for Quinte.

On Sunday the Barrie Colts were in town for an afternoon game in Belleville. Quinte had some nice chances but the Colts came to play in this one as they defeated the Devils 2-1. Lone goal came from Deke Osterhout. Reece Herman was good in net for Quinte.
On Deck:   Saturday in Napanee vs COW.


Free Flow Petroleum- Minor Peewee (U12)

It certainly was a strong showing on Saturday, as the Minor Peewee's hosted the top ranked Barrie Jr. Colts, in Belleville.

The pace was fast and the play was to and fro, the first period only saw one goal by Barrie, half way through the frame. Quinte, showing their determination and teamwork, battled through various setbacks including a 5-on-3 penalty kill. Dominating the period, Quinte tied it up when Riley Reid (Kolby Craig with the assist) put the home team on the board, 1-1!  Into the third it went, with tension on the ice and the visiting fans keeping a close eye on the time clock, after squeaking ahead with a 2-1 lead. The Quinte boys pushed on, in a great display of grit and determination. A minute twenty three left on the clock, Barrie took the lead to 3-1. The final score recorded was 4-1, as result of an empty netter during the final seconds. 

Our next home game: Thursday, November 28th vs Ajax-Pickering, 7pm at the QSWC


Foley Bus Lines- Minor Midget (U16)
Even though the Foley Bus Lines Minor Midget were down three players from the lineup this past weekend, the Devils succeeded in having significant results that vaulted them in to the division lead in the ETA standings. On Saturday, the Devils had the visiting Barrie Colts drop by the Mackay for a 3:30 start. The hometown squad felt their way through an altered lineup to put two up in the first before finding their groove to add four more in the second and five more in the third to close out the game with a 11-1 victory. 

The away black jerseys were thrown in the bag for a trip to Aurora on Sunday as the previously league leading York-Simcoe Express hosted your local minor midgets. QRD got on the board late in the first only to have YSE tie it early in the second. But before the second had ended, the Devils had built up a two goal lead heading to the third. Although the Express came on hard in the third the Devils pushed back just as hard and held on for a big two points and the division lead with a 3-2 final score.


Next Action……..The AAA International Silver Stick in Whitby this coming weekend where the top teams from north America gather to play at the Iroquois Arena. Your 04 Devils play out of Pool F with Ajax-Pickering Raiders, Don Mills Flyers, Hamilton Huskies and the #1 ranked Toronto Jr. Canadiens. Games start Thursday 28th and run through till Sunday for the finals. Follow along at https://silverstick.org/Tournaments/8860/Divisions/9365/  Let’s go Devils!


Bonn Law- Major Bantam (U15)

The Bonn Law Major Bantams split their games this weekend with an exciting win and a disappointing loss.

They headed west on Saturday night to face a strong York Simcoe Express squad and came away with a 4-1 win. Ethan Beattie was exceptional in net, making what can only be described as the save of the season. Liam Rampersad scored his first of the season with assists to Ethan Miedema and Cal Uens. Miedema chipped in 2 goals, with Jack Dever netting another. Additional assists credited to Dever and Uens.

Aidan Crowley started on Sunday afternoon as they hosted the Oshawa Generals. Although the boys established the lead in period two with Miedema scoring a Dever rebound, Oshawa was quick to answer on a powerplay shot from the point.  Ethan Quick secured a 2-1 lead with assists to Dever and Tyson Carr but penalty trouble continued for QRD.  Oshawa capitalized on their powerplay securing the game winner with 0.7 seconds left in the game for a 3-2 QRD loss.

The team looks to regroup this weekend with a road game Friday night in Peterborough. They host Central Ontario Wolves Saturday at 330 at the Mackay arena and at 1:30 Sunday at the CAA.


Alliance Spray Foam Insulation- Minor Atom (U10)

The Quinte Minor Atom Alliance Spray Foam Insulation Devils finish off a busy weekend with three wins.

Friday night, the Devils travelled to Woodville for a 7pm tilt with COW.  The first period was dominated by the Red Devils, but only Lauchlan Whelan was able to beat the COW goaltender before the end of the first period, assist to Ewan Dahle.  The 2nd period was very much dominated again by Quinte.  They would add two more goals from Liam Marion and Lawson Minifie with assists to Whelan and Dahle.  In the third period, the Devils blew it open with Marion's 2nd and 3rd goal,  and then Lowry, with assists to Easton Thompson, Brechyn Aird, and Drew Wright.  COW would score one late in the period, but that's as close as they could get. Nate McDonald was in net for the win.  Final score, Quinte 6 - COW 1

Saturday, the Alliance Spray Foam Insulation Red Devils travelled further north to take on the North Central Predators. The Devils came out flying with Trent Clow opening the scoring 10 seconds into the game, and then again 30 seconds later, with assists Coen Lowry (2), Drew Wright, and Mason VanHuizen.  Liam Marion would add another before the end of the first period, assists to Joey Seguin, and Easton Thompson.
The second period started with Lawson Minifie scoring unassisted, followed by Trent Clow completing his Hat Trick. Lawson Minifie would then complete his own Hat Trick with 2 goals one minute apart before the end of the 2nd period.  Assists to Lauchlan Whelan (2), Ewan Dahle (2), Mason VanHuizen, and Andrew Dewar.
The Devils and Predators would trade goals in the third. The Devils single coming from Joey Seguin unassisted.  Xavier Phillips would get the win in the net for the Devils.  Final score, Quinte 8 - Predators 1.

Sunday in Madoc, the Devils played the Markham Waxers for the third and final time of the Regular Season.  Trent Clow would open the scoring for the Alliance Spray Foam Insulation Devils half way through the 1st, and then a pair of goals from Joey Seguin and Liam Marion before the end of the period.  Assists to Mason VanHuizen, Brechyn Aird, Kade Scaletta, and Joey Seguin.  
Lauclan Whelan would make it 4-0 early in the second, assisted by Brechyn Aird and Scaletta.  Markham would get one back, before Brechyn Aird made it 5-1, assisted by Liam Marion and Scaletta. Liam Marion would add another assisted by Easton Thompson, taking a 6-2 lead into the 3rd period.

In the final period, the Devils added two more from Coen Lowry and Easton Thompson, with assists to Trent Clow, Liam Marion, and Lawson Minifie.  Nate McDonald was in goal for the win.  Final score, Quinte 8 - Markam 1. 

World Elite Training- Major Atom (U11)

On Monday, the World Elite Training Atoms traveled to Peterborough to face off against the Petes. The Devils were down by one at the start of the second period. 

Nate Rashotte got Quinte on the board with a goal to start the second period but Peterborough fired back with two more goals.  Jake Gawley snuck in another goal at the end of the second period.  Quinte was still down by one goal going into the third period.  Ryan Foley tied things up followed by another goal by Wyatt Whalen to give Quinte the lead. With 36 second left in the game, the Petes scored to tie things up. Quinte wasn’t ready to give up and Chase Cybulskie scored the game winning goal with 7 seconds left in the game. Assists went to: Maclean Chisholm, Seth Scaletta x 2, Ty Leavitt and Gabriel Davis. Quinte won 5-4 over the Petes in an exciting game!

On Sunday, Quinte hosted the Barrie Colts in Madoc.  Quinte got on the board first with a goal by Rashotte followed by a rebound tipped in by Chisholm. Quinte was up 2-0 heading into the second period.  Pierson Clute fired one past the goalie to end the second period. Quinte was leading 3-2, with four minutes left in the game. Cybulskie scored, but Barrie answered right back with another goal.  Quinte was able to hang on for the 4-3 win.  Assists went to:  Keegan Goulah x 2, Scaletta and Clute. 

Goaltenders Lily Reid and Charlie Vos were strong in net with many outstanding saves.

Quinte hits the road and takes on the #1 ranked team- the Richmond Hill Coyotes on Saturday and then Central Ontario Wolves on Sunday.  Quinte looks to continue their winning streak with two more wins.  Go Devils Go!


Environmental 360 Solutions
Sponsor of our U14 team
Gillespie's Tree Service
Sponsor of our U13 team.
Bonn Law
Sponsor of our U12 team