Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report – Dec. 12, 2022, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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Quinte Red Devils Weekly Report – Dec. 12, 2022
Here is the weekly report for the week ending Sunday Dec 11...

 

 

The Bonn Law QRD U12 Team earned all 8 points in league play this week, picking up 4 wins in 4 days.

 

On Thursday evening, The Devils hosted the Whitby Wildcats to a game at The Keeler Centre and played a solid team game from start to finish. Miller Nicholson continued his scoring streak, adding 2 more goals in the 6-1 win. Also scoring in the game was Noah Hughes, Cameron Stevens, Jaxson Plummer and Mason Whalen. Assists; Whalen (2), Dowling (2), Miedema (2), Hughes, Plummer, Nicholson and Jack Woods. Matt Travers was solid in net for the win.

The Devils would host two home games on Saturday, at the QSWC. In the first game of the day, the boys came out flying and kept their foot on the gas for all three periods, skating to a 15-0 win over the Barrie Colts. Mason Whalen led the way in this one, scoring a hat trick in the game. Also lighting the lamp for the Devils was Jack Woods, Brody Grant (2), Miller Nicholson (2), Shea Teather (2), Edmund Dowling, Cameron Stevens, Austin Pettey, Noah Hughes and Zachary Miedema. Chipping in with assists in the game Dowling (3), Whalen (3), Pettey (2), Teather (2), Gullage (2), Nicholson (2), Hughes, Plummer, Marsden, and Woods. Dax Sage was solid between the pipes to pick up the shutout. 

 

In their second game of the day, the Red Devils hosted the hard-working Oshawa Generals in a Saturday evening tilt at CAA Arena. After a back and forth first period, score remained 0-0, heading in to the second. Miller Nicholson scored midway through the second period, on a beauty pass from Thomas Marsden, and although the Devils tested the Gens goalie several more times in the game, the game ended in a 1-0 win for the home team. Matt Travers was perfect between the pipes for the shutout. 

 

In their 4th game in as many days, the Devils continued their red-hot streak, putting up ten more goals on their way to a 10-1 win over the North Central Predators. Brody Grant was on fire in this one, scoring 4 goals in the game. Other goal scorers in the game; Miedema (2), Hughes, Teather, Plummer, and Pettey on a beauty end to end rush. Assisting on the goals in the game; Dowling (3), McCulloch (2), Teather (2), Kyler Patterson (2), Whalen, Pettey, Miedema and Grant. Dax Sage picked up another “W” between the pipes. 

 

ON DECK: The Bonn Law QRD U12 team has another busy weekend, Friday @ Clarington, Saturday back-to-back games at The Keeler Centre (Richmond Hill @ 1:00 and The Toronto Red @ 5:00). Sunday 2:30 @ Markham. 

 

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The McInroy Maines U18 Red Devils continued their back-to-back to back games against the Peterborough Petes this past week. As they hosted mid-week and travelled back up to Peterborough on Sunday, finishing the week with another 2 wins.

 

Thursday had the Devils host the Petes at the QSWC and took the game with a 3-2 victory.  Quinte was quick to start the game with 3 goals in the first period to close the set at 3-0. Scoring for the Devils was Wyatt Gregory, Ben Vreugdenhil and Gage Butcher. Assisting on the goals were Glen McInnes, Thomas Kuipers and Luke Jarmin. The second period would be a back-and-forth game but would see the Petes put one on the board. Quinte saw the Petes scoring late in the third to make the game close but would take the 3-2 win. McInnes in net for the win.

 

Sunday had the Devils on the road back up to Peterborough to see the Petes in the Memorial arena for game 3 within the last week. Quinte once again took the lead early on in the game with a pair of goals in the first. Scoring were Keenan Wiles and Jared Woolley, assisted by Vreugdenhil, Woolley, Cooper Kellar and Wiles. The second period was scoreless for both teams which lead into an action packed third. The Devils found the net 4 times in the third to seal a 6-4 victory over the Petes. Scoring in the third were Justin Murdoch (2), Trent Williams and Joey Coates. Assists in the third came from Kuipers, Coates, Ty McCambridge, Butcher and Deacon Ellis (2). Dean Spry was in net for the win.

 

ON DECK: The McInroy Maines U18 Quinte Red Devils will travel this upcoming weekend with two road games. Richmond Hill on Saturday and Markham on Sunday.


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The U16 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils Compete in the Waterloo Gold Puck Tournament 


The U16 Pita Pit Red Devils started the weekend off strong at the Waterloo Golden Puck tournament with a 2-0 win against the Niagara North Stars. Reece Herman had the shutout and Deke Osterhout had both of Quinte’s goals. Next up on Friday, the Red Devils matched up for the third time this season against the Hamilton Junior Bulldogs. Hamilton took a 2-0 lead early in the game but the Red Devils fought back in the third period with goals from Ben Sherwin and Brody Nielissen to steal a point from the Bulldogs ending the game in a 2-2 final. Reece Herman stood strong in net. 

 

On Saturday, the Red Devils started the day battling the Cambridge Hawks. Liam Boyer held strong in net, letting in just one goal but the Red Devils just couldn’t find the back of the net and lost the game 1-0. That evening, the Red Devils took on the Sudbury Nickel Capitals. It was a tough match up with a 4-1 loss. Liam Boyer was in net and Brody Nielissen had Quinte’s lone goal. Unfortunately, a win, a tie and two losses wasn’t enough for the Red Devils to advance in the tournament. 

 

ON DECK: This week, the Pita Pit Red Devils travel to Lindsay on Thursday to take on the Central Ontario Wolves and then home on Saturday (4pm), they host the York-Simcoe Express. Good Luck boys!

 

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The U14 Quinte E360 Solutions Red Devils played some very strong hockey on their northern road trip but returned home with only one point to show for it this weekend.

On Saturday, the Red Devils fired over 30 shots on net and gave up only 9 but settled for a 1-1 tie with NCP. Cole Rowat scored from Nate Rashotte and Blake Munnings. Devils of the Day were Ty Leavitt and Mac Chisholm.  Charlie Vos picked up the point between the pipes.

On Sunday, QRD gave the first place Barrie Colts everything they could handle but gave up two late third period goals in a 3-1 loss. Chase Cybulskie scored from Henry Fisher and Ty Leavitt. Lily Reid took the loss in goal. Devils of the Day were Ty Leavitt and Nick Colson.

ON DECK: The U14 E360 Solutions Red Devils head to Kingston on Wednesday night before a Saturday tilt with the Central Ontario Wolves Saturday at QSWC at 12:30pm.

 

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4 of 6 Points this Week for the U13 Gillespie’s Tree Services U13 Red Devils.

 

On Tuesday December 6th the Peterborough Pete's rolled into town to face the Gillespie’s Tree Services U13 Red Devils. This was a highly anticipated game, as it was the first of three meetings of the year. The Petes took a 1-0 lead in the first but in the second period Andrew Laurin stuffed a rebound in on the power play. Assists went to Brechyn Aird and Lauchlan Whelan.

 

The Petes scored late in the second to make it 2-1.  In the third Joey Seguin had other ideas as he snapped one by the Petes goalie off a beautiful pass by Liam Marion to bring it even at 2. The Pete's would score again late in the 3rd with only 1:17 left to take a third period lead 3-2. This one wasn't over though. Ryerson Swan who was solid in net for QRD made his way to the bench with a minute left as they added the extra attacker. It was only fitting that Liam Marion was the hero of the night.  Marion returned to Quinte after playing for the Petes for one year and scored with 17 secs left.  A back-hander found the top of the net!!  Both captains Trent Clow and Lauchlan Whelan got in on the assists. Coach Durant felt it was a great tie.  "Our guys battled back and never gave up! It was a great game and that's what I expected from two good teams."

 

On Thursday the QRD U13s faced off against Central Ontario at the Baltimore Arena. It is probably one of those games they would like to have back as they dropped a 5-3 decision to the Wolves. Trent Clow and Coen Lowry scored, and Andrew Dewar also added his first of the year.  Assists went to Jax Martin, Maeve Aird, Liam Marion and Joey Seguin (2). 

 

On Saturday the North Central Predators came to Baltimore to play the QRD U13s.  Quinte was looking for a bounce back game after dropping the last one to COW. Nathan Ferris got the start in net and landed a shutout.  It was a high scoring affair and ended with QRD winning 11-0! Andrew Laurin scored his first hat trick of the year while Trent Clow & Joey Seguin added 2 goals each. Single tallies went to Easton Thompson, Coen Lowry, Brechyn Aird and Andrew Dewar. Jax Martin and Ewan Dahle had the hot hands setting up the goals with 4 assists each. Other assists went to Whalen (2), Thompson (2), Lowry, Wright, B.  Aird, Clow, and Dewar.  

 

 ON DECK: The Gillespie’s Tree Services U13 Red Devils have games against Kingston, Ajax and Oshawa before the Christmas break begins. On the flip side, the QRD U13 staff and their families are giving back this Christmas. Coach Carey Durant believes that hockey is just the right vehicle to help assist other families in need: "I asked our parent group what they thought about giving back to our community. Not to my surprise, Shannon Martin and Alison Wright corralled all the families on our team to support The Three Oaks Women Shelter. I think it is really a teachable moment for our players. To give back to our community, that is what it's all about. Teaching our players life skills is just as important as what happens at the rink. I am very proud of the staff, players, and our families. Christmas is a special time for kids and families. We just wanted to give back and help to make that day special for mothers and kids in need."

 

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The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils had a hugely successful weekend with two big wins. 

 

On Saturday, QRD headed to Whitby for a tilt against the Wildcats. Everett Brown opened up the scoring in the first period, off a great feed from Kade Whelan. Whelan extended the lead late in the second period with a goal of his own. The third period would see a great deal of action, but the score remained at 2-0 for the Devils when the final buzzer sounded. In net, Hayden Tripp earned his third shutout of the season.

  

On Sunday, the Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils hosted the Ajax-Pickering Raiders in Marmora. It was seven minutes into the first period when Dylan Chalk opened the scoring for QRD, giving them a 1-0 lead, which they carried into the second. The game got heated in the second, when the Raiders scored their first goal, tying things up at one. Coulter Watson answered for the Devils just three minutes later, regaining Quinte’s lead. The third period began with a score of 2-1 for Quinte, and would see excellent teamwork from the Devils, allowing them to continue to prevail over the Raiders. Jack Seeney scored five minutes into the third, with a bomb from the point, to give the Devils a 3-1 lead. With under two minutes left in the game, Chalk notched his second of the game with an empty net goal. Hayden Tripp made some timely saves to help to pick up the win.

 

Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown: “It was a really fun weekend for the kids and their development. Everything we practiced leading up to the weekend the kids implemented and experimented with. We look to roll into this weekend at full capacity and intensity.”

 

ON DECK: The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils will travel to Barrie to take on the Jr. Colts this Saturday, December 17th. 

 

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The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils Have a Perfect Week

After winning all three games this past week the team sits atop the ETA league standings with a perfect record of 14-0.

On Thursday they had a rare weeknight game at home (RCAF) against Peterborough. Kash Nelson opened up the scoring by jamming home a rebound with the assists going to Max Norton and Mac Brown. That would be the first period’s lone goal. Just over a minute into period two Noah Gilchrist would score an unassisted marker for the Red Devils making it 2-0. Two minutes later Evan Andrews would score from the slot with Linden Ludolph and Will Beebe picking up the assists. The score after two periods was 3-0 for Quinte. The third period saw both teams trade chances but both goalies stood tall and didn’t allow a goal. That would make the final 3-0 for Quinte. Blake Laurin made some key saves picking up his first shutout as a Red Devil.

Saturday it was a home game in Marmora against the Central Ontario Wolves. They held a food drive and had their team Christmas party after the game. The Red Devils would win the game 10-1. Quinte goals were scored by Linden Ludolph (3), Noah Gilchrist (2), Will Beebe, Ethan Dowling, Evan Andrews, Malkin Courtney and Kash Nelson. Assists in the game went to Andrews (3), Graydon Tucker (2), Mac Brown (2), Nelson, Gilchrist, Dowling and Beebe. Lily Groeneveld picked up the win in net and Linden Ludolph was named player of the game.

On a snowy Sunday they were back in Marmora for a home game against the Oshawa Generals. Quinte carried their momentum into the game and came out on top 11-0. Goals were scored by Evan Andrews (4), Max Norton (2), Linden Ludolph (2), Kash Nelson (2) and Will Beebe. Assists in the game went to Andrews (4), Ludolph (4), Norton (3), Ethan Dowling (2), Nelson, Mac Brown and Jaxon Elrick. Blake Laurin was solid in net and picked up the win. Mac Brown was named player of the game.

ON DECK: The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils head to Whitby on Saturday to take on the Wildcats for their only game of the week. Game time is 2:15pm at Iroquois.


Sponsors
Madison Excavating and Landscaping
Sponsor of our U11 team.
The Pita Pit
Sponsor of our U16 team.
Foley Bus Lines
Foley Bus Lines began operations in 1961 with one school bus to service the newly-opened central Madoc Township Public School. We quickly grew to a company with a large fleet of coaches, buses and vans, serving clients not only in our local area, but across all of Ontario. Sponsor of our U10 team.
Bonn Law
Sponsor of our U12 team
Free Flow Petroleum
Sponsor of our U15 team.
Gillespie's Tree Service
Sponsor of our U13 team.