Here is the weekly report featuring articles about our U18 graduating players, and the undefeated season for the U10 team...
The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils Have A Perfect Regular Season
The Foley Bus Lines U10s won their last regular season game on Sunday to go 24-0 on the year. The Red Devils played in Richmond Hill on Sunday and won by a score of 6-1. Quinte goals were scored by Evan Andrews (2), Matt Dawson, Kash Nelson, Cohen Reid and Max Norton. Picking up assists were Ethan Dowling, Will Beebe and Noah Gilchrist. Lily Groeneveld stood tall between the pipes, picking up the win in net.
Below are a few league stats for the team to be proud of:
Evan Andrews led the league in scoring and Quinte showed their depth with four other players in the top ten. Noah Gilchrist 3rd, Kash Nelson 4th, Will Beebe tied for 5th and Max Norton 10th.
The team led the league in goals with 168 and our back end and goalies showed their strength leading the league with the lowest goals against with 39. Team discipline also shone through with Quinte earning the lowest penalty minutes in the entire league.
ON DECK: The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils start their playoffs with a weekend on the road. They play the Markham Waxers on Saturday and are in Orillia on Sunday to take on the North Central Predators.
Foley Bus Lines U10 Team
The McInroy Maines U18 QRD team finished up their regular season this week with a road game in Whitby and hosting the Markham Waxers to close out the season and secure 4 points with two wins.
The team was on the road to Whitby on Friday to face the Wildcats. In a game that started with a 2-0 lead for the Devils by the end of the first set, the next two sets were all offence as the team toppled their opponents in a 9-1 victory. Scoring in the first were Gage Butcher and Trent Williams scoring his first of three in the game. Assisting the first were Thomas Elkins and Justin Murdoch. Murdoch would also go on to get the second hat trick of the game over the second and third set. Also scoring in the second were Carter McKee and Ty McCambridge. Assists in the second and third came from Jared Woolley, Butcher, Joey Coates, Keenan Wiles and Elkins. Glen McInnes was in net for the win for the Devils.
Saturday was a special day for the Devils as they hosted the Markham Waxers on the CAA ice in Belleville to close out the regular season play. The team took time before the start of the game to recognize and honour the 6 players who will be graduating out of the Red Devils association this year. Their leadership and contributions this season have been a key to the team's success and growth. In line with that, the game that followed was a back and forth battle. Dean Spry was outstanding in net, turning away all offensive opportunities the Waxers had and it was Trent Williams who scored the lone goal of the game on the set up from Justin Murdoch and Deacon Ellis to seal a 1-0 win for the Devils. Spry with the shutout.
McInroy Maines Construction U18 Graduating Players (L - R)
Keenan Wiles, Carter McKee, Trent Williams, Cooper Kellar, Justin Murdoch, Joseph Coates
The Pita Pit Quinte U16s Take 5 of 6 Points This Week
On Thursday at home, the U16 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils hosted the Whitby Wildcats and took the two points with a hard fought 3-2 win. Reece Herman protected the net and goals were scored by Cohan Sands, Sunny Fanjoy and Jack Pixley.
Over the weekend, the Red Devils travelled to Orillia for the ETA Showcase Weekend. All 13 teams in the ETA played two games each at the West Orillia Sports Complex where the stands were filled with both fans and scouts, who were watching for the next up in coming prospects. With play-offs just around the corner, it was, for most teams, the end of the regular season.
On Saturday, the Red Devils took on the Oshawa Generals and came out on top with a dominant 4-1 win. Liam Boyer had a strong game in net and was awarded Player of the Game. Quinte’s goals were scored by Pax Murphy, Sunny Fanjoy, Deke Osterhout and Zack Carrier.
On Sunday, with Reece Herman between the pipes, the Red Devils took all hopes of a first place finish for the York-Simcoe Express, tying the top-seeded team 3-3. The Red Devils goals were scored by Deke Osterhout, Zack Carrier and Evan Erwin. Deke Osterhout was named Player of the Game. Congratulations to the Pita Pit U16’s on a 6th place finish and an excellent end to the regular season. Good Luck in the OMHA Play-downs and your quest for the red hats!
ON DECK: The playoffs begin February 18th when the Red Devils will play in a series against the 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th place teams (TBD). Be sure to check out the Quinte Red Devils website for dates and times.
The Free Flow Petroleum Devils Post a Win, Loss, and Draw this Week in Regular Season Play
On Wednesday night, the Devils hosted the Kingston Jr. Gaels at the CAA. The Devils got on the scoreboard early with a pair of goals. Liam Campbell, assisted by Jake Campbell and Kaden Koutroulides hit the net first, followed by Matthew Airhart (unassisted), while the Gaels were held scoreless through the first period. The teams exchanged goals in the second frame. Scoring for Quinte was Ryan Kinghan, with J. Campbell drawing the lone assist. The Devils started the third period leading by one, but penalty trouble and two unanswered goals allowed the Jr. Gaels to tie things up. Playing a solid game in net, Otsirakatste Brant earned the point in the 3-3 tie.
On Saturday the Devils hit the road for a nighttime game against the Central Ontario Wolves. Coming ready to play, the QRD squad scored on the first and second shifts of the game. Hitting the net first was Liam Grant (unassisted), followed just over a minute later by Koutroulides (L. Campbell). The Devils kept up the pressure, scoring three times in the second period. Jacob Moore (Airhart and Rhett Colson), J. Campbell (unassisted), and Noah Lesser (Airhart and Colson) widened Quinte’s lead. The Wolves added two of their own goals in the final frame, ending the match 5-2 in favour of the visiting Devils, with Cohen Bedore picking up the win in net.
Sunday afternoon, the Devils headed to Oshawa to face the Generals. A slow start resulted in a 3-goal deficit by the end of the first period. Finding their feet in the second, J. Campbell would get the Devils on the scoreboard, with Kinghan and Graydon Walst drawing assists. Colson (Jack Foley and Airhart) also found the net as the second frame drew to a close. Koutroulides (J. Campbell and Airhart) added another goal for Quinte in the third, but it was not enough. Quinte would fall 4-3 to the Generals with Brant taking the loss in net.
ON DECK: The Free Flow Petroleum U15s host Whitby on Saturday, 2pm at QSWC. On Sunday, the U15s head to Clarington to face the Toros.
The U14 E360 Solutions Red Devils Keep Rolling
The Quinte E360 Solutions Red Devils picked up three of four points in ETA play this week.
Game One, at Oshawa Generals, 2-2 Tie
G: Chisholm, Whalen
A: Fisher, Rashotte
Lily Reid was strong in goal for QRD
Devils of the Day: Ryan Sherwin and Mac Chisholm
Game Two, at COW, 2-0 Win
G: Cybulskie, Whalen
A: Cybulskie, Foley
Charlie Vos picked up his 5th shutout of the year in goal
Devils of the Day: Chase Cybulskie and Charlie Vos
ON DECK: Wednesday vs Peterborough, Saturday vs Whitby
The Gillespie's Tree Service U13s pull off a 6-point week!!
The QRD U13s faced off against the Richmond Hill Coyotes for a weeknight affair. The Red Devils were dominant from start to finish earning a 10-1 win, goals scored by Lauchlan Whelan (Jax Martin, Coen Lowry), Trent Clow (Andrew Laurin), Coen Lowry (Joey Seguin, Easton Thompson), Ewan Dahle (Lauchlan Whelan, Laurin), Seguin (Whelan, Mauve Aird), Dahle (Whelan, Lowry), Whelan (Brechyn Aird), Whelan (Clow, Seguin), Whelan (Dahle), B. Aird (Lowry, Laurin).
The Quinte Red Devils took on the Markham Waxers for a Saturday matinee. The Red Devils would open up the scoring with a goal scored by Ewan Dahle (Lauchlan Whelan, Spencer Harold), Liam Marion would add a goal of his own to put the Red Devils up 2-0 with an assist from Coen Lowry. The Waxers would not go away easily as they brought the game within one going into the final frame. Quinte would go on to add a couple insurance goals late in the game to seal a 4-1 win, goals from Brechyn Aird (unassisted), Trent Clow (Liam Marion).
Quinte would end the week off in Peterborough to go toe to toe with the Petes. The Red Devils would fall behind early in the game but would stay motivated and knot the game up at one with a goal from Lauchlan Whelan (Joey Seguin, Drew Wright). Quinte would carry their momentum into the second frame and score three quick goals to make it 4-1, goals came from Joey Seguin (Lauchlan Whelan, Mauve Aird), Trent Clow (Joey Seguin, Easton Thompson) and Andrew Laurin (Ewan Dahle). The Petes would add a late tally to cut the lead to a two-goal deficit heading into the third and final period, Andrew Laurin (Lauchlan Whelan, Liam Marion) would get his second of the game to give The Red Devils a 5-2 lead and that would be enough to put away the pesky Petes and earn a 5-3 win. Quinte's 6-point weekend puts them in sole possession of first place in the ETA with only one game remaining on the schedule.
ON DECK: February 19th, @ Kingston Jr. Gaels
The Bonn Law QRD U12 Team, celebrated their team and individual player sponsors at our home game on Saturday in Marmora. The team welcomed family, friends and sponsors and treated them to an exciting 3-2 win over the Whitby Wildcats. After a scoreless first period, the Devils got on the board with 5 minutes left in the second period, when Cameron Stevens buried a beauty pass from James Gullage. Mason Whalen gave his team a 2-goal lead, when he scored late in the third period on a great passing play from Noah Hughes and Edmund Dowling. The Wildcats did not back down and took advantage of a power play late in the game to come back and score two goals in just over a minute, to tie the game with 27 seconds left on the clock. The Red Devils took charge on the next faceoff, and Mason Whalen would bang home the game winner with just .2 seconds left in the game. Dax Sage was solid between the pipes for the win. Mason Whalen was named player of the game.
On Sunday, The Red Devils headed west along the 401 to take on the hard-working Oshawa Generals. This time, the team found themselves down by a pair of goals halfway through the first period. Once again, it was Mason Whalen who got the team rolling when he scored off a great pass from Noah Hughes. Thomas Marsden evened the score early in the second period on a shot from the point, assisted by Zachary Miedema. The Red Devils would go on to score 2 more unanswered goals (Shea Teather and Zach Miedema), on their way to a 4-2 win over The Generals. Mason Whalen and Edmund Dowling also added assists in the game. Matt Travers was sharp between the pipes in the win, and Edmund Dowling was named player of the game.
On Deck: The Bonn Law QRD Red Devils have 2 games left in the regular season. Wednesday February 15th @ Kingston 6:30 pm and Saturday 1:00 @ Colborne, when they host The Clarington Toros.
The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils win their final game before the start of playoffs!
The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils travelled to Woodville on Sunday, to face-off against the Central Ontario Wolves. The game was a crucial one for both teams, as they were fighting for playoff positions. The game got off to a quick start, when QRD’s, Kade Osterhout, scored his first of two goals, a mere one minute and twenty-four seconds in. The Wolves answered the goal five minutes later, and the teams were tied at one going into the second period. The Wolves then scored two consecutive goals in the second, before Blake McManus answered back on the powerplay, with just over four minutes remaining in the period. Going into the last frame, QRD was down 3-2, and knew they needed to battle back hard. Their determination would pay off, as they scored three consecutive goals in the third period. Blake Sills tied the game two minutes in, before Dylan Chalk regained the QRD lead with a powerplay marker of his own. Kade Osterhout added an insurance tally with an empty net goal, seconds before the final buzzer. In net, Hayden Tripp made some excellent saves and helped to secure the 5-3 win.
Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown: “What a great end to our regular season. Coaches are very proud of the effort and commitment from the kids. Now the fun continues with playoffs and a chance to play some great hockey.”
ON DECK: The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils are currently preparing to enter the playoffs. The schedule has yet to be determined.