Here is the weekly report for the week ending October 30, 2023...
U15's are Champions of the Greater Kingston Fall Bash Tournament.
The Quinte E-360 Solutions Red Devils left the Greater Kingston Fall Bash tournament as champions, defeating the Lambton Jr. Sting 4-3 in a shootout in the gold medal game on Sunday.
Mac Chisholm was the hero in the shootout for the Red Devils, while Charlie Vos was solid in goal.
Tournament Player of the Game in the gold medal match went to Charlie Vos, while Devils of the Day were Mac Chisholm and Cole Coughlin.
G1 vs CIHA, 3-2 Win
G: Gawley 2, Foley
A: Foley, Whalen, Rowat, Leavitt, Munnings, Tracze
Tournament POG: Gawley
DOTD: Chisholm and Colson
G2 vs Lambton Jr. Sting, 5-1 Win
G: Whalen 3, Fisher, Babcock
A: Scaletta 2, Tracze, Leavitt, Foley, Fisher, Rowat
Tournament POG: Whalen
DOTD: Whalen and Gawley
G3 vs OHA, 8-2 Win
G: Rashotte 2, Whalen 2, Leavitt 2, Fisher, Macgregor
A: Tracze, Fisher, Colson, Scaletta, Munnings, Chisholm, Babcock 2, Leavitt, Rowat
Tournament POG: Rashotte
DOTD: MacGregor and Babcock
G4 vs Kitchener Jr. Rangers, 3-0 Win
G: Whalen, Leavitt, Rashotte
A: Leavitt, Colson, Foley, Scaletta, Gawley, MacGregor
Tournament POG: Vos
DOTD: Whalen and Scaletta
G5 vs Kingston Jr. Gaels, 4-1 Win
G: Rashotte, Whalen, Chisholm, Fisher
A: Clute 2, Babcock, Rowat, Gawley, Leavitt, Scaletta
Tournament POG: Reid
DOTD: Clute and Foley
G6 vs Lambton Jr. Sting, 4-3 SO Win
G: Whalen, Rowat, Rashotte
A: Gawley, Coughlin 2, Rashotte, MacGregor
SO Winner: Chisholm
The Gillespie’s Tree Service U14 Quinte Red Devils had a relatively light week this week as their Saturday game versus the Oshawa Generals was cancelled and rescheduled for later this season. Leaving the only game of the weekend to Sunday afternoon in Trenton.
The team got off to a slow start going down 3-2 in the second period but luckily tied it up minutes before the intermission. Coming into the third period the Red Devils were firing on all cylinders and buried four goals to leap ahead of the York Simcoe Express 7-3. Goals in this game came from Laurin (2), Clow (2), Minifie, Whelan and Jones. Assists were also added by Whelan (3), Clow (2), Lowry (2), Minifie, Dahle, M. Aird, B. Aird, Peeters, Seguin and Fisher. Ferriss recorded the win in net!
This win is the Devils second in a row and they will look to turn those two wins into a streak when they start their busy week this week where they have 4 games in 5 days from Wednesday-Sunday.
The Bonn Law QRD U13 Team brought home a silver medal, after a fantastic weekend at The Canadiens Cup Tournament in Toronto.
The Red Devils opened the weekend on Friday morning vs The Oakville Rangers. The two teams are known for action packed, tight checking hockey, and this one was more of the same. After a scoreless first period, Tyler Martin got his team on the board, assisted by Shea Teather. The teams battled hard and exchanged goals in the third period. Noah Hughes scored the game winner, in the 2-1 game, assisted by Mason Whalen and Rowyn Haley. Matt Travers was sharp in net to earn the win and was named player of the game.
In their second game of the day, the Devils would face the #2 ranked team in Ontario, The high-powered Vaughan Kings. The Devils found themselves trailing 1-0 in the first minute of the game, before scoring two goals of their own before the end of the period. The Kings would score the only goal in the second period, and the teams headed to the third tied 2-2. Fisher Kernohan scored the game winner, early in the third period, assisted by Holden Goulah and Thomas Marsden. Dax Sage shut the door on The Kings offense, making several key saves to earn the 3-2 win and player of the game. Also lighting the lamp in the game; Kyler Patterson and Tyler Martin. Assisting on the goals; James Gullage and Fisher Kernohan.
On Saturday morning, The Red Devils would face the New Jersey Titans. The Devils outshot the Titans 31-19 in the Game, and Dax Sage was sharp between the pipes, once again, on their way to a 6-1 win. Mason Whalen led the way with two goals and an assist in the game. Also scoring in this one; Edmund Dowling, Noah Hughes, Oliver McCulloch, Fisher Kernohan. Chipping in with helpers on the goals; Austin Pettey (3), James Gullage (2), Rowyn Haley and Miller Nicholson. Mason Whalen was named player of the game.
In their final game of the round robin, The Devils would face the hard-working North York Rangers. The boys matched their opponents' hard work and skated to a 5-2 win in the game. Austin Pettey led the way in this one, with two goals and an assist. Other goal scorers were Shea Teather, Fisher Kernohan and Mason Whalen. Assists; Nicholson (3), Martin, Goulah, Dowling, Hughes, McCulloch, Brody Grant. Matt Travers was solid in net for the win. Cameron Stevens was named player of the game.
The Red Devils would face The California Gold Rush on Sunday morning, in the quarter finals. After a scoreless first period, the Devils found themselves giving up three straight goals in the second period. Thomas Marsden got his team on the board, with a blast from the point, to start the comeback for the Devils, in the third period. Nicholson and Hughes each found the back of the net, to tie the game, before Nicholson buried the game winner with just 25 seconds left in the game. Assisting on the goals in the 4-3 win; Whalen (2), Nicholson, Patterson. Miller Nicholson was named player of the game.
In the semi-final game, The Devils would face the talented Toronto Marlboros. Both teams brought the offense in this one, and Matt Travers stole the show, making several highlight reel saves on the way to a 7-5 win. Lighting the lamp in this one; Hughes, Pettey, Whalen, Teather, Stevens, Goulah, Grant. Picking up assists in the win; Teather (2), Hughes, Haley, Goulah, Stevens, Pettey. Travers picked up player of the game honors in the game.
In their 7th game of the weekend, The Red Devils would face the #1 ranked team in the USA, The Mid-fairfield Jr. Rangers. The Devils fell behind 3-0 in the first period and weren’t able to find the back of the net in the game, despite outshooting the Rangers in the game. The Rangers added another goal in the third, and although the Devils battled hard, they lost the game 4-0.
Austin Pettey was named player of the game.
ON DECK: Saturday Nov 4th 1:30 pm vs The Oshawa Generals @ Marmora. Sunday Nov 5th 4:00 vs YSE @ SAC.
In a thrilling match-up this Saturday, the U12 Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils hosted the Markham Waxers in Belleville. The first period set the stage for what would be a closely contested battle. Both teams were determined to take the win. The Waxers were first to net a goal, just two minutes and two seconds before the first period’s conclusion. As the second period began, the Devils came out with a vengeance, evening the score at one, just one minute and fourteen seconds in. Markham responded with two quick breakaway goals, putting themselves back in the lead. Refusing to back down, Quinte mounted a comeback, scoring twice, just a mere thirteen seconds apart, showcasing their resilience and offensive prowess. The pivotal moment came when the Quinte Red Devils broke the deadlock, scoring the tiebreaker goal under three minutes into the final period. The Devils managed to hold onto the lead until the final buzzer, securing a hard-fought 4-3 victory and giving the Waxers their first loss of the regular season.
The following day would see the U12 Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils take on the Ajax-Pickering Raiders for the second time in regular season play. The first period started with a lone goal from the Raiders. In the second period, QRD opened their scoring with a fantastic team play goal. The Raiders responded with an impressive three-goal barrage, putting QRD under some intense pressure. Refusing to be outdone, the Devils clawed back with their second goal of the game before the period ended. Down two heading into the third, QRD stayed focused, played hard, and were rewarded with two crucial goals before the final buzzer sounded, ending the game in a 4-4 tie.
Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Evan Osterhout: “The team has shown their ability to come from behind several times already this season. Their never-give-up attitude will pay off as the season progresses.”
ON DECK: Saturday, November 4th vs. North Central Predators
The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils Pick Up Four Points
This past week the U11 Red Devils played two home games picking up two wins. Thursday Quinte took on the Clarington Toros at RCAF. Quinte skated to a 8-4 win. Goals were scored by Evan Andrews (4), Noah Gilchrist (2), Max Norton and Jaxon Elrick. Picking up assists were Gilchrist, Norton, Matt Dawson, Will Beebe and Kash Nelson. Lily Groeneveld was in net for the win and Brayden Straughan was named Player of The Game.
Saturday the Red Devils played at the QSWC (Mackay) against the Central Ontario Predators. Quinte won by a score of 5-3. Finding the back of the net was Will Beebe (2), Max Norton, Matt Dawson and Kash Nelson. Picking up assists were Norton, Noah Gilchrist, Sebastien Smit and Ryker Thompson. Blake Laurin was in net for the win and was also named Player of The Game.
ON DECK: The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils head to Toronto this weekend to take part in the Shanahan International Tournament. They have round robin games against the Soo Jr. Greyhounds, Markham Majors, Vaughan Kings and Mississauga Reps.
U10s Go 3 for 3 on Northern Swing
The Breakaway Fuels Quinte U10 team headed north this weekend with 3 games in 3 days. The trip started in North Central Friday night for a tilt with the Predators. Despite a long drive the young devils jumped out to a quick start with three goals on their first three shifts and cruised to a 12-1 win. Scoring for Devils Friday night was Tripp Plumley, Mason Cooke, McKinley Gunning, Evan VanEgmond, Greyson Rennie, Reid Haley, Ethan Dowling (2), Kai Mackie (2) and Jackson Simpson (2). Deacon Vos stood tall in the net for the win. Top Devil was Evan VanEgmond.
Saturday saw the team travel 40 minutes south to battle the Barrie Colts. Again, the boys started well jumping out to a 2-0 lead in the first period with goals from Mackie and VanEgmond (Avery Thickson). The second was a tight checking 15 minutes but Dowling found the back of the net off a faceoff win by Mackie. The third period saw the two teams each scoring multiple goals. The devils would go up 4-0 on a goal by Haley (Simpson, Cooke). After giving a couple back to Barrie the Devils got back on track and finished strong with goals by Rennie and Simpson (Cooke, Haley) leading to a 6-2 victory. Vos and Jordan Andrews combined for the win. Top Devil was Wade Robinson.
Sunday, they headed back to North Central and once again had an offensive outburst winning 13-1. Scoring Sunday was VanEgmond (3), Mackie (3), Dowling (3), Gunning (2), Simpson and Thickson. Andrews was rock solid between the pipes. Top Devil was McKinley Gunning.
ON DECK: Next weekend sees the team head to Toronto for the Shanahan Tournament.