Here is the QRD Weekly Report for the week ending Sunday Feb 26, 2023...
The Gillespie’s Tree Service U13s Start Their Playoff Run with a 4 POINT Weekend!!
The Gillespie’s Tree Service U13s began their quest for the Red Hats this past weekend with a match up against the Oshawa Generals. The Red Devils drew a penalty early in the opening frame and capitalized on it as Liam Marion found the back of the net with helpers from Lauchlan Whelan and Brechyn Aird. Quinte would find themselves on the man advantage once again, this time Brechyn Aird would find the back of the net to give the Red Devils some insurance, assists from Lauchlan Whelan and Andrew Laurin. The Generals would not go away quietly as they would claw back and even the game at two heading into the third. A hard fought third period was in the forecast as Quinte would have most of the control throughout the final frame and it would pay off as Andrew Laurin would roof one with 3 seconds left to give the Red Devils the edge in a hard fought first playoff game, assisted from Lauchlan Whelan. Ryerson Swan got the W in net for this battle.
The Red Devils would close out the first weekend of OMHA playdowns on the road in Richmond Hill to take on the Coyotes. This game would go in the opposite direction as their first game Saturday. Quinte would pull out a 10-2 victory with goals coming from:
Andrew Laurin (Liam Marion, Coen Lowry),
Ewan Dahle (Brechyn Aird),
Liam Marion ( Joey Seguin, Trent Clow),
Lauchlan Whelan (Ewan Dahle, Andrew Laurin),
Brechyn Aird (Lauchlan Whelan),
Trent Clow (Andrew Dewar, Maeve Aird),
Trent Clow (Easton Thompson, Joey Seguin),
Trent Clow (Easton Thompson, Joey Seguin),
Trent Clow (Brechyn Aird),
Jax Martin (Ryder Hooey, Coen Lowry).
Nathan Ferriss was between the pipes in this matchup win. It was a dominant performance heading into their second weekend of playoffs!
ON DECK: March 4th @ Barrie Jr. Colts & March 5th @ North Central Predators
The McInroy Maines U18s competed in the next two games of their playoff run this past weekend as they played host to the York Simcoe Express and travelled to Oshawa on Sunday to take on the Generals.
Saturday's game hosted at QSWC would see the Devils play to a scoreless first and then take a 3-0 lead in the game with goals from Joey Coates, Thomas Kuipers and Carter McKee in the second and early minutes of the third. Assists came from Cooper Kellar, Liam Storms and Jared Woolley. After a lapse in the game, the Devils found themselves in a tie game late in the third. Coates came up strong again for the team with a GWG on the set up from McKee and Woolley. Dean Spry was in net for the win.
On the road to Oshawa on Sunday, the Devils were in for a back and forth back with a tough Generals team. Another scoreless first lead the Devils to hit the scoreboard first in the game with a goal from Trent Williams on the set up from McKee. Minutes later the score was tied 1-1 and then tied again at 2-2 by the end of the second with a tying goal from Keenan Wiles assisted by Kuipers. A goal late in the game from Beau Reade, assisted by Gage Butcher and Justin Murdoch would leave the Devils a goal shy and were forced to take the 3-4 loss. Glen McInnes was between the pipes for the loss.
ON DECK: The McInroy Maines u18 Quinte Red Devils will take to the road to face the Richmond Hill Coyotes for the second time in the playoff round.
Pita Pit U16s Win Game 2
The U16 Pita Pit Quinte Red Devils travelled to Orillia on Sunday for Game 2 of the playoffs to take on the North Central Predators. The Predators took a 1-0 lead early in the first period, but the Red Devils were having none of it and scored 4 unanswered goals to take the game 4-1. Reece Herman stood strong in net and Quinte’s goals were scored by Mason Boyer, Parker Fergusson, Sunny Fanjoy and Zack Carrier. The Red Devils lead their playoff bracket taking 4 points in their first 2 games played. The Whitby Wildcats are a close second with 3 games played and 4 points.
ON DECK: The Central Ontario Wolves come to town on Tuesday, puck drops at 8:15. On Saturday at 4pm, the Red Devils welcome the Whitby Wildcats. Come on out and cheer on the boys!
The E360 Solutions U14s Go Two for Two
The Quinte U14 E360 Solutions Red Devils opened ETA playdowns with two wins this weekend.
Saturday, 1-0 Win vs Markham Waxers
G: Seth Scaletta
A: Jake Gawley
Lily Reid posted the shutout in goal.
Devils of the Day: Lily Reid and Cole Coughlin
Sunday, vs NCP, 3-1 Win at NCP
G: Rashotte, Cybulskie, Foley
A: Clute, Whalen, Cybulskie
Charlie Vos grabbed the win between the pipes.
Devils of the Day: Ryan Foley and Nate Rashotte
ON DECK: The E360 Solutions Devils are on the road Saturday @ Markham.
The Bonn Law QRD U12 Team are off to a great start in the playoffs, after winning both games on the road this past weekend.
On Saturday, The Red Devils headed north to take on The Barrie Colts. The boys were firing on all cylinders in this one as they scored 5 goals in each period, on their way to a 15-1 win. Zachary Miedema had a hat trick in the game. Also lighting the lamp; Hughes (2), Stevens (2), Pettey, Teather, Whalen, Nicholson, Plummer, Goulah, Gullage and Grant. Assists; Whalen (4), Grant (3), Stevens (3), Gullage (2), Goulah (2), Pettey (2), Hughes (2), Plummer (2), Marsden (2), McRae. Dax Sage was solid in net for the win, and Bryce McRae was named player of the game.
On Sunday, the team would face The North Central Predators at Rama. The boys came out flying once again and put 56 shots on the Preds goalie on their way to a 7-1 win in their second playoff game. Oliver McCulloch had a hat trick in this one and was named player of the game. Nicholson, Hughes, Whalen and Teather would round out the scoring in the game. Chipping in with helpers on the goals; Nicholson (2), Teather (2), Whalen, Hughes, Goulah, Grant, Gullage, McRae. Matt Travers was sharp between the pipes for the win.
ON DECK: The Bonn Law QRD U12 Team will host The Barrie Colts, Saturday March 4th3:30 @ Marmora. Come on out and cheer the team on!
The Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils Go Two for Two in Playdown Play this Weekend
The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils started the weekend off strong with a win against the Markham Waxers, in game two of the OMHA playdowns. The game got off to a fantastic start, when six and a half minutes into the first period, Kade Whelan opened up the scoring, burying the puck in Markham’s net. Three minutes later, Whelan scored his second goal of the period, extending QRD’s lead to 2-0. As the second period began, QRD got into some penalty trouble, leaving them short-handed for a large portion of the period. QRD weathered the storm until the 2:05 mark of the second, when the Waxers scored their lone goal of the game. Tensions were high going into the third, but the boys battled hard, and halfway through the period, Kade Osterhout lit the lamp, restoring the two-goal lead. With only thirty seconds to go, Osterhout scored his second goal of the game, and helped steer the team to a 4-1 victory. Hayden Tripp was busy between the pipes, making some great saves to keep the team on top.
On Sunday, the Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils hosted the Whitby Wildcats for a nailbiter, which would ultimately end in the third straight playoff win for the Devils. The Wildcats took a quick and early lead, scoring two goals within the first four minutes of the game. Going into the second period, QRD was ready to turn things around. Continuing their weekend goal streaks, both Kade Whelan and Kade Osterhout found the back of the net, both while short-handed, bringing the game to a 2-2 tie. Whitby managed to gain the lead back, only to watch Everett Brown beat their goaltender over his glove thirty seconds later. Tensions were high going into the third period, and Whitby once again managed to take the lead, with a score of 4-3. QRD refocused and stuck to their game plan, which resulted in Blake Milne scoring the equalizer, and Dylan Chalk ripping home the game-winner, ending in a 5-4 victory. Ben Larmer made some solid saves in net, keeping the score close throughout.
Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Andrew Brown: “We had a gritty weekend where we ‘put to test’ a lot of certain lessons that we learned throughout the regular season. We came back from leads and hung onto leads. We are proud of the kids and look forward to another great playoff game this coming weekend.”
ON DECK: The Madison Excavating U11 Quinte Red Devils will host the Markham Waxers on Saturday, March 5th, in the CAA arena in Belleville.
The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils Win Both Playoff Games This Weekend
The team picked up four more playoff points and are now 4-0 in playoff action.
Saturday they were at home in Marmora taking on the Oshawa Generals. Quinte skated to a 10-1 win. Goals were scored by Will Beebe (4), Ethan Dowling, Jaxon Elrick, Graydon Tucker, Linden Ludolph, Max Norton and Cohen Reid. Assists went to Reid (2), Kash Nelson (2), Tucker, Sebastien Smit, Beebe, Matt Dawson, Evan Andrews, Elrick and Dowling. Blake Laurin played a great game in net, picking up the win and Will Beebe was named player of the game.
Sunday it was another home game in Belleville against the North Central Predators. Quinte came out on top 11-1. Red Devil goals were scored by Max Norton (2), Noah Gilchrist (2), Evan Andrews (2), Ethan Dowling (2), Ryker Thompson, Kash Nelson and Jaxon Elrick. Picking up assists were Norton (3), Gilchrist (2), Andrews (2), Beebe (2), Thompson (2), Nelson and Linden Ludolph. Lily Groeneveld was solid in net and picked up the win. Ethan Dowling was named player of the game.
ON DECK: The Foley Bus Lines U10 Red Devils have only one playoff game this week. They take on the Whitby Wildcats at home in Marmora on Saturday, March 04 at 2PM.