We are back! Here is this weeks report...
U18- McInroy Maines Construction
The U18 Quinte McInroy-Maines Construction Red Devils took five of a possible six points in three ETA league games this week.
On Thursday night, the Devils returned to the ice for their first game after the lock down to host the Whitby Wildcats and skated away with a 5-3 Win. Goals were scored by Tyson Carr, Cooper Kellar, Aiden Haller-Brady, Justin Murdoch and Keenan Wiles. Collecting the assists were Jack Dever, Ethan Osborne, Trent Williams, Jack Lowry, Kellar, Carr, Haller-Brady and Wiles.
Devils of the Day were Justin Murdoch, Bailey Pipe and Liam Reid.
Brady Spry with the win in goal.
On Saturday, the Devils hit the road for their second game of the week to face the Central Ontario Wolves and collected two more points in an 8-2 win
Goals were scored by Lowry (3), Osborne (2), Kellen Dostaler, Carr and Reid. Assists came from Alex Delisle, Joey Coates, Kyle Ramsperger, Carr (2), Williams, Dever & Murdoch
Brayden Friedrich with the win in goal.
Devil of the Day went to the whole team.
On Sunday, the Devils faced off against a very determined North Central Predators squad that ended in a 3-3 tie. The back and forth game saw the Preds pot the tying goal in the dying seconds of the game. Devils goals scored by Dostaler (2) and Lowry with assists going to Spencer Horgan, Delisle and Williams.
Brady Spry was in goal for the Devils and Ramsperger was named Devil of the day.
On Deck: The Devils will host the Oshawa Generals on Wednesday night at the CAA and travel to Aurora Friday night to face the York Simcoe Express.
U14- Free Flow Petroleum
Back in action after the break, the U14 Free Flow Petroleum Red Devils had a busy weekend, participating in the 20K Sock Day Challenge and picking up 4 of 6 points.
This weekend, the U14 Quinte Red Devils participated in a sock collection drive known as the 20K Sock Day, which is hosted by the We Be Us organization in support of charities across Canada. The U14 team collected over 838 pairs of socks (!!) which they donated to Belleville’s Grace Inn Shelter. Great work boys! (Pictured Below)
The Free Flow Petroleum U14s also had a busy run on the ice during their first hockey weekend of 2022. Friday night, they headed to Kingston where they battled through a physical game. Cohen Bedore standing solid in net, the U14s left with a 5-3 victory over the Kingston Jr. Gaels. Earning points for the Devils were: Ryan Babbs (assisted by Matthew Airhart and Noah Lesser), Jacob Moore (Airhart and Jack Foley), Foley (unassisted), Kaden Koutroulides (unassisted), and Lesser (assisted by Moore).
Saturday evening the U14s took their second road trip of the weekend to face off against the Peterborough Petes. Despite strong play from the net out, the Red Devils fell to the hosts, Katste Brant taking the 2-0 loss in net.
A quick turn-around between games, with Sunday offering the Free Flow Petroleum U14s their turn to play on home ice, as the Clarington Toros visited the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre. With a clear change in the narrative, the Devils took a lead late in the first and maintained their momentum. Points this game coming from: Jack Foley (3 goals and 1 assist), Tavin MacDonald (1 goal and 2 assists), Ryan Babbs (3 assists), Liam Campbell (2 goals), Jake Campbell (1 goal and 1 assist), Mathew Airhart (2 assists), Kaden Koutroulides (2 assists). Cooper Kelly, Jacob Moore and Graydon Walst, each with an assist. Cohen Bedore in net for Sunday’s 7-2 win.
On Deck: Next week’s action has the U14s hosting Kingston on Sunday at 12:30pm at QSWC.
U9- Foley Bus Lines
The Foley Bus Lines QRD U9AAA Team travelled to Alliston this weekend for their first full ice game action, at the Barrie Tournament which took place at The Nottawasaga Inn Resort.
The team were very excited to hit the ice on Friday morning, and put on a display of all their hard work, in a 14-2 win over The Burlington Eagles. Max Norton and Kade Whelan both scored a hat trick in the game. Evan Andrews, Ethan Dowling and Noah Gilchrist all added a pair of goals each, while William Beebe and Graydon Tucker each added singles. Assisting on the goals; Andrews (3), Mac Brown (3), Kash Nelson (3), Whelan (2), Gilchrist (2), Linden Ludolph (2), Ryker Thompson (2), and Ben Williams. Lily Groeneveld was sharp in net for the win. Player of the game was Kade Whelan.
In their second game of the day, it was a battle of the Devils. This time it was the very strong team from Duffield who skated away with a 4-2 win. Jaxon Elrick and Ethan Dowling did the scoring for the Red Devils. Kash Nelson had the only assist in the game. Malkin Courtney made several key saves in the game for his team and was named player of the game.
The Red Devils had no trouble finding the back of the net on Saturday morning in a 13-1 win over The North London Nationals. Kash Nelson had a hat trick in the game, while Max Norton, William Beebe, and Kade Whelan all scored a pair of goals each. Evan Andrews, Nathan Wain, Ben Williams and Graydon Tucker all added singles. Lily Groeneveld was between the pipes for the win. Max Norton was names player of the game.
In their final game of the round robin, The Devils put up 15 more goals on their way to a 15-1 win over The Oshawa Generals. Max Norton and Kash Nelson each had another Hat trick in the game. Also scoring for the Red Devils was Whelan (2), Beebe (2), Dowling (2), Elrick, Gilchrist and Tucker. Assists; Whelan (2), Ludolph (2), Oliver Hodgins, Elrick (2), Andrews (2), Beebe, Nelson, Dowling, Wain, Gilchrist and Tucker. Malkin Courtney earned the win between the pipes. Mac Brown was named player of the game.
On Sunday morning, The Red Devils would face the Vaughan Rangers in quarter final action. In a hard fought, back and forth tilt, it was The Devils who came out on top by a score of 5-4. Kash Nelson scored a pair of goals, while Jaxon Elrick, Noah Gilchrist and Kade Whelan also lit the lamp in the win. Assists in the game; Evan Andrews, Nelson, Whalen. Malkin Courtney was stellar in net and Kash Nelson was named player of the game.
With a short turn around, the Devils were up against The Duffield Devils once again, in the semi finals. It was all Duffield in this one, as The Red Devils had a hard time finding their legs in the 7-0 loss. Malkin Courtney was named player of the game. Congrats to The Duffield Devils who cruised through the finals to win the tournament.
The Coaching staff could not be more proud of their team this weekend, as they really came together as a team, and were fantastic both on and off the ice.
On Deck: Our first full ice home game, Friday February 11th 6:30 pm @ Marmora. Saturday 2:00 @ Marmora vs Oshawa.
U15- Pita Pit
The U15 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils hit the ice on Sunday after the shut down to take on the Whitby Wildcats at home. With Reece Herman in net, the Red Devils headed into the second period down by 2, but they came back strong with two goals by Mason Boyer. In the third period, Deke Osterhout scored the third goal to tie the game up once again but unfortunately, the Wildcats came back for the 4-3 win. Great job by all battling back hard in the second and third periods Red Devils!
Up next, the Red Devils are on the road Wednesday to take on the Oshawa Generals and then are back at home next weekend playing Oshawa on Saturday and the York-Simcoe Express on Sunday.
U10- Gillespie’s Tree Service
The Gillespie’s Tree Service QRD U10’s traveled to Kingston on Saturday to take on the Jr. Gaels. After another Covid break the squad was excited to get back on the ice. In the 1st period the QRD squad showed no signs of rust as they seemed to dictate the play early and jump out to an early 1-0 lead. Both teams ran into some penalty trouble in the second period as they exchanged goals to make it 2-1 heading into the third period. Kingston would tie the game at 2 mid way through the third period however QRD would end up scoring the eventual game winning goal with 5 min left in the game. Hayden Tripp got the start between the pipes and put forth a stellar effort to secure the victory.
Coaches Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown:
“What a great feeling being back with the team and having the kids all back and doing what they love. We are focussed on rebounding from the time off and setting our sights on being ready for a great playoff round. We found a way to win against Kingston and had some good commitment to our defensive responsibilities.”
QRD Goal Scorers: Kade Osterhout x 2 and Coulter Watson
Next Up - Saturday Feb 12th @ Whitby Wildcats
U11- Borchert’s Roofing
The Borchert's Roofing QRD U11 AAA Team have extended their winning streak to 18-0 in ETA League play, after 2 wins this weekend.
On Friday night, the Red Devils travelled down the 401 for an evening tilt with The Markham Waxers. After a bit of slow start, the team found their stride and scored 8 unanswered goals in an 8-0 win. Mason Whalen scored a hat trick in the game, while Grady Riley, Brody Grant, James Gullage, Noah Hughes and Rowyn Haley each added a goal. Chipping in with helpers on the goals; Hughes (4), Jack Woods (2), Edmund Dowling, Austin Pettey and Grant. Matthew travers was solid between the pipes to earn the shutout.
On Saturday, the Devils headed to Aurora for a game at St. Andrew's College, against The York Simcoe Express. This time, it was the Express who scored first, but the Red Devils came right back, scoring 5 goals of their own, on their way to a 5-2 win. Lighting the lamp for The Devils; Noah Hughes (2), Cameron Stevens, Miller Nicholson and Mason Whalen. Assists; Whalen (2), Holden Goulah, Nicholson, and Stevens. Dax Sage was sharp in net for the win.
On Deck: Saturday, February 12th 3:15 @ Marmora vs YSE and Sunday 2:30 @ Woodville, vs COW.
U13- E360 Solutions
The E360 Solutions U13’s were excited to hit the ice again!
The team started things off with a mid week game against the Kingston Jr. Gaels. There was no score at the end of the first period. In the second period, Nate Rashotte made a beautiful pass to Ty Leavitt to get Quinte on the board. The Gaels answered back with a goal of their own and the game was tied 1-1 at the end of the second period. Rashotte would score in the third period to get Quinte up by one, and Charlie Vos would hold off the Gaels to take the 2-1 win in net.
Next, the team hit the road to face off against the Ajax Pickering Raiders. Quinte would tally two goals in the first period by Jake Gawley (assisted by Goulah) and Nate Rashotte. The Raiders scored, but Quinte fired back when Galen O’Shea found the back of the net to finish the second period. The third period would end with a scramble in front of the Raiders net with a goal by Ty Leavitt (assisted by Chase Cybulskie), and Lily Reid in goal for the 4-1 win.
On Deck- Only one game on the schedule next week when the E360 U13’s play the Kingston Jr. Gaels at home on Sunday.
U12- Stampkrete Concrete Contracting
The Stampkrete QRD U12’s travelled to Peterborough this past Saturday to take on a strong Pete’s team. Shots and scoring chances were few and far between as both teams battled hard for every square inch of ice. After a scoreless opening period, Maeve Aird would blast home a powerplay goal from the point, with assists going to Joey Seguin and Easton Thompson. Peterborough would answer quickly with a powerplay marker of their own evening the score at 1 a piece heading into the 3rd. After a hard fought 3rd period, the game would remain tied 1-1 with Ryerson Swan getting the tie in net for QRD.
On Sunday, the Stampkrete QRD U12’s travelled to Whitby to take on the Wildcats for the first time this season. Whitby would open the scoring first, before Brechyn Aird blasted home a point shot on the powerplay with assists going to M. Aird and Seguin. Shortly after, Lauchlan Whelan gave QRD the lead with a crafty wrap around goal after receiving a pass from Ewan Dahle. Whitby would answer back taking a 3-2 lead going into the 3rd period, before Drew Wright sprung Dawson Chalk on a breakaway. With a nifty deke on the breakaway, Chalk would tie the game at 3 a piece which would end up being the final score. Ryerson Swan again took the tie in net for QRD.
On Deck: Saturday February 12th in Marmora @ 4:45pm vs. Ajax-Pickering, Sunday February 13th @ Markham 5:30pm
U16- Madison Excavating
The Madison Excavating U16 Red Devils didn't miss a beat in their first games back.
Saturday they came out fast and furious against the Ajax Pickering Raiders pummeling them 15-1. Goals scored by Brody Partridge(3), Braeyden Rogers, Beckett Ewart(2), Reed Gee, Liam Philip(2), Nolan Donnelly, Carson Campbell, Thomas Kuipers, Ben Vreugdenhil, Liam Storms and Gage Butcher. Assists by Brody Partridge(2), Jared Wooley, Ethan Toms(2), Ben Danford(2), Thomas Kuipers(2), Reed Gee, Beckett Ewart(2), Trey Cocek(2), Ben Vreugdenhil(2), Carson Campbell and Braedyn Rogers. Mike McIvor in net for the win.
The Devils traveled to Oshawa Sunday to play the Generals defeating them 9-1. Goals by Liam Philip, Ben Danford, Carson Campbell(2), Ben Vreugdenhil, Beckett Ewart, Brody Partridge(2) and Gage Butcher. Assists by Thomas Kuipers(2), Jared Wolley(3), Brody Partridge, Liam Philip, Liam Storms, Thomas Kuipers, Ben Vreugdenhil, Trey Cocek, Braedyn Rogers, Reed Gee(2), Carson Campbell and Nolan Donnelly. Glen McInnes in net for the win! On deck they play Oshawa at home Saturday and Whitby away.