The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils are Shanahan International Tournament Champions !
The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils are Shanahan International Tournament Champions
In their first game of the tournament, they took on the Soo Jr. Greyhounds. It was a back-and-forth battle with Quinte coming out on top 7-6. Goals were scored by Kash Nelson (2), Cohen Reid (2), Max Norton, Linden Ludolph and Evan Andrews. Picking up assists were Andrews (3), Noah Gilchrist (3), Brayden Straughan, Ryker Thompson and Kash Nelson. Lily Groeneveld was in net for the win and Player of the game was Cohen Reid.
The second round robin game they played a close game against the Markham Majors, winning by a score of 2-1. Goals were scored by Max Norton and Kash Nelson. Assists went to Norton, Will Beebe and Matt Dawson. Blake Laurin was in net for the win and Kash Nelson was Player of the game.
Saturday morning, they took on the Vaughan Kings and lost their only game of the tournament by a score of 6-4. Red Devil goals were scored by Will Beebe, Linden Ludolph, Jaxon Elrick and Evan Andrews. Picking up assists were Noah Gilchrist (2), Graydon Tucker and Cohen Reid.
In their last round robin game, they took on the tournament hosts, the Mississauga Reps. Quinte came out flying and won by a score of 8-2. Goals were scored by Max Norton (3), Evan Andrews (2), Kash Nelson, Will Beebe and Jaxon Elrick. Picking up assists were Beebe (2), Nelson (2), Norton, Brayden Straughan, Matt Dawson, Sebastien Smit, Linden Ludolph and Graydon Tucker. Lily Groeneveld was in net for the win and Evan Andrews was Player of the Game.
After having 3 wins and 1 loss in Round Robin play, it put them into the semi-finals, where they would take on the Don Mills Flyers. The Red Devils would win by a score of 4-1. Goal scorers were Noah Gilchrist, Kash Nelson, Will Beebe and Jaxon Elrick. Picking up assists were Nelson, Max Norton, Evan Andrews, Cohen Reid, Linden Ludolph, Matt Dawson and Ryker Thompson. Blake Laurin was in net for the win and Mac Brown was named player of the game.
In the championship game they would once again face off and against the Soo Jr. Greyhounds. Quinte skated to a win, with a score of 4-0. Red Devil goal scorers were Evan Andrews (2), Max Norton and Kash Nelson. Picking up assists were Brayden Straughan and Malkin Courtney. Blake Laurin had the shut out in net and was also named Player of the Game.
ON DECK: The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils are at home (CAA) on Saturday vs. the Barrie Colts at 5:30pm and hit the road Sunday to take on the York-Simcoe Express.
The U16 Free Flow Petroleum Devils pick up 3 of 4 points in two tilts this week
Wednesday night the Devils welcomed the Petes to a packed FDC rink at Quinte Sports and Wellness. Liam Campbell (Maddox Dagenais and Matt Hicks) gave the Devils an early lead and netted the only goal of the first period. In the second, the Devils found themselves on their heels with Peterborough scoring two unanswered goals. The team preserved through the third with Matthew Airhart (Mickael Fournier and Dagenais) netting the equalizer at 5:27. That pushed the game to overtime where the Devils would end up on the penalty kill with just under two minutes remaining. Strong play by Otsirakatste Brant in net secured the Devils one point in the exciting match and 2-2 final.
On Sunday the team hit the road to Ajax where they struggled to find the net throught first. At 14:41 in the second frame Jean-Cristoph Lemieux, assisted by Liam Campbell, put the Devils on the scoreboard. Late in the third Ajax would come back to tie things up, forcing the match into overtime. Less than twenty seconds in, Fournier on a feed from Lemieux would end the tilt in the Devils' favour. Playing solid between the pipes, Noah Groeneveld earned the 2-1 OT win in net.
ON DECK: The U16 Free Flow Petroleum Devils host the North Central Predators at QSWC on Saturday and then visit the York Simcoe Express Sunday in Aurora.
The Quinte E-360 Solutions U15 Red Devils went 2 for 2 in ETA league play this week.
Game One: 6-0 win vs Kingston Jr. Gaels
G: Whalen, Fisher, Leavitt, Munnings, Chisholm, Rashotte
A: Chisholm, Whalen, Leavitt, Rowat, Rashotte, Gawley, Colson
Lily Reid picked up the shutout
Devils of the Day: All 19 players, special recognition to Whalen and Colson
Game Two: 5-2 win vs Clarington Toros
G: Rowat, Munnings, Clute, Whalen, Babcock
A: Whalen, Clute, Cybulskie, Gawley, Chisholm, Babcock, Fisher, Foley, Colson, Rashotte
Devils of the Day: Sherwin and Rowat
Lily Reid with the win in goal
The Gillespie’s Tree Service U14 Quinte Red Devils had a very busy second half of this week, playing 4 games in 5 days, resulting in 3 wins and 1 loss.
They started the week in Ajax Wednesday night where Gayle got the win between the pipes in a hard fought 5-2 win. Goals came from 5 different scorers, Dahle, Laurin, Clow, Minifie and Beebe. Helpers came from M. Aird (2), Dewar (2), Beebe and Whelan.
The next test of the week was Friday night in Clarington for their first matchup of the season. The Devils ended up coming away with the win here 3-1 with Ferriss leading the way in goal. Goals coming from Dahle, Minifie and Harold. Assists came from Whelan, Laurin, Sequin, Dewar and Clow.
Saturday the team played their best game of the season so far against the first place Barrie Jr. Colts, winning the game 5-3 with goals coming from Clow (2), Whelan, Dahle and Sequin. Assists were added by Whelan (2), Minifie (2), Laurin, Dahle, B. Aird, Jones and Clow. Gayle with a solid performance in net for this game.
Wrapping up the weekend the Devils fell to Barrie 5-2 with goals coming from Dahle and Laurin. Assists were added by B. Aird, Whelan, Dahle and Harold. Ferriss was in net for this matchup.
ON DECK: The team will be back in action this Saturday and Sunday in Belleville and Whitby.
The Bonn Law QRD U13 AAA Team are 10-0-0 in regular season league play, after back-to-back 5-1 wins this weekend.
On Saturday, The Red Devils hosted The Oshawa Generals in an afternoon game at Marmora. There were five different goal scorers in the game, as the team skated to a 5-1 win over The Generals. Brody Grant, Fisher Kernohan, Rowyn Haley, James Gullage and Tyler Martin, all found the back of the net in the game. Chipping in with assists; Noah Hughes (2), Miller Nicholson, Edmund Dowling, James Gullage and Shea Teather. Matt Travers was sharp in the net for the win.
On Sunday, The Red Devils traveled to St. Andrew’s college to take on The York Simcoe Express. Although it took two periods for the team to shake off the car legs, they managed to win the game 5-1. Lighting the lamp for The Devils in the game; James Gullage, Austin Pettey, Noah Hughes, Cameron Stevens and Oliver McCulloch. Assisting on the goals; Pettey (3), Haley, Hughes, Kernohan, Kyler Patterson and Holden Goulah. Dax Sage was solid between the pipes to pick up the win.
On Deck: Thursday 6:00 pm @ Colborne vs The Whitby Wildcats. Saturday 1:30 pm @ Marmora vs The Central Ontario Wolves. Sunday 12:00 pm @ Warkworth vs The Oshawa Generals.
The Madison Excavating U12s pick up 3 of 4 points this weekend
On Saturday afternoon, the U12 Madison Excavating Quinte Red Devils faced off against the North Central Predators on home ice in Madoc. The Predators struck early, netting a goal just over two minutes into the game. Determined to turn the tide, the Red Devils managed to even the score with a well-executed goal early in the second period. In the third period, QRD took a 2-1 lead, continuing their strong play early in the frame. Near the end, however, they found themselves in some penalty trouble over the last couple of minutes. The Predators were able to capitalize on their 5 on 3 powerplay, tying the game at 2 with thirty seconds left.
Sunday afternoon, once again in Madoc, the Madison Excavating U12 Quinte Red Devilscame to play, this time in a tilt against the Oshawa Generals. QRD dominated much of the game and found the back of the net for the first time, while on a powerplay in the second period. Heading into the third period with a 1-0 lead, QRD continued to pressure their opponents. With just two minutes and six seconds remaining on the clock, the Red Devils added an insurance marker, putting themselves in a prime position to take the victory. The Generals pulled their goalie in a last-ditch effort to mount a comeback, and QRD secured the 3-0 win by scoring on the empty cage.
Coach’s Corner with Head Coach Evan Osterhout:
“The team continues to make strides on and off the ice. The coaching staff are encouraged by the players’ focus on positivity and willingness to get better every day.”
ON DECK:The team heads to Niagara from November 10th-12th, for the Niagara North Front Row Classic Tournament.
The Breakaway Fuels U10s Have Strong Showing at Shanahan
The Breakaway Fuels U10s travelled to Toronto to play in the Shanahan International Tournament this past weekend. Starting off on Friday morning the young Devils faced the Toronto Jr Red Wings. The first two periods saw several chances but both goalies stood tall and the teams found themselves deadlocked 0-0 heading into the third. Ethan Dowling would get the Devils on the board unassisted 47 seconds into the frame. But less than a minute later the Red Wings snuck one past Jordan Andrews to tie it. 53 seconds later Reid Haley put the devils back in front with an assist from Jackson Simpson. Dowling would put them up 3-1 shortly after on a pass from Kolton Solmes. That goal deflated the Red Wings and Quinte would control the rest of the game with Evan VanEgmond adding some more insurance late in the period. Final score 4-1. Top Devil went to Ethan Dowling.
7 hours later the boys would face the number one ranked US team, Detroit Little Ceasars. An early goal by Detroit just 33 seconds in left the young devils shocked and although they battled hard and Deacon Vos made several spectacular saves they just couldn’t get rolling Friday night and fell 8-1. The lone goal was scored by Kolton Solmes (Mackie) with just 5 seconds left to break the shutout bid. Top Devil went to Deacon Vos.
Saturday morning brought a new opponent in the Toronto Titans and the kids showed they were ready for the test. A heavy forecheck and smothering defence for the entire game led to a convincing 3-0 win and got them back on track after the tough loss Friday night. Scoring in this one was provided by Kai Mackie (Dowling), VanEgmond, and Dowling (Solmes). Top Devil for this one went to Mason Cooke for a fearless shot block late in the game to help Jordan Andrews preserve the shutout.
Saturday afternoon had them facing the Soo Greyhounds. Although the Greyhounds came out strong they were no match on this day for the Young Devils relentless attack. Final score was 7-1. Goal scorers were Mackie (2), Avery Thickson, VanEgmond (2), Greyson Rennie and Jackson Simpson. Assists went to Dowling, Plumley, VanEgmond, Ryder Bradford (2), Thickson and McKinley Gunning. Top Devil went to Avery Thickson. Deacon Vos had a strong game between the pipes.
Going 3-1 in round robin put the boys in 4th place and gave them a quarterfinal match with the Toronto Titans. Much like game 1 the Devils controlled the play and would move on to the Semis with a 3-1 win. Scoring was provided by Solmes, Dowling and VanEgmond with assists going to Mackie (2) and Solmes.
The stage was set for the Semifinal against the high-flying Toronto Marlboros. Going into the match the Marlies had 49 goals for and 0 against for the tournament. The first period was end-to-end with chances both ways but the Marlies found the back of the net once to take a 1-0 lead into the second. They would extend the lead on a PP goal early in the second but Jackson Simpson would cut the lead in half with assists to VanEgmond and Thickson. The second period would end 2-1. The Marlies again extended their lead to 3-1 four minutes into the third. Mackie would pull the Devils back to within one with assists to Dowling and Gunning. The final few minutes had fans on the edge of their seats with intense, adrenaline filled action and the Devils did all they could with several close chances with the goalie out but just couldn’t get one past the goal line. Their tournament would end with the 3-2 loss but this game showed that the young Devils are ready to compete against the top teams in the province. Deacon Vos once again provided several highlight reel saves. The Top Devil award went to the entire team for a phenomenal effort in the loss. The coaching staff could not be prouder of the group for their effort throughout the entire weekend.
ON DECK: Next weekend sees the U10s back in league action with games against Markham on Saturday(2pm) at the Wellness Center and Ajax Pickering on the road on Sunday.