QRD Weekly Report #19 - Monday March 4, 2024, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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QRD Weekly Report #19 - Monday March 4, 2024
Here is the weekly report for the week ending Sunday March 3, 2024...

The Quinte U15 E-360 Solutions Red Devils opened the playoffs with a thrilling 3-2 OT win over the #1 seed Barrie Colts.

Chase Cybulskie, after some excellent work below the goal line, centred the puck out front to Wyatt Whalen, who slid a backhand five hole with only 17 seconds remaining in extra time. Ryan Foley also picked up an assist on the game winner.

Cole Rowat and Maclean Chisholm scored the other QRD goals while Cole Coughlin, Nick Colson and Whalen picked up assists in the win.

Charlie Vos was excellent between the pipes for the Red Devils.




The Gillespie’s Tree Service U14 Quinte Red Devils rolled into the weekend with a 3-0 record so far in the playoffs and looking to improve it with two more games on the docket. 

First up on Saturday afternoon they faced off versus Ajax in Belleville. Gayle got the win in net with a 5-3 victory. Goals came from Kennedy, Whelan, Laurin, Minifie and Clow with assists added by Minifie (2), Whelan (2), Jones, Peeters, Seguin, B. Aird and Fisher. 

With a quick turnaround Sunday, the Devils faced off versus Oshawa for the second time in these playoffs. The Devils end up taking the 2-0 playoff sweep versus Oshawa with a 7-0 shutout win for Ferriss. Goals came from Laurin (2), Whelan, Dewar, Minifie, Clow and Dahle. Helpers were added by Dahle (2), Seguin (2), Kennedy (2), Clow (2), Laurin, M. Aird, Minifie and Dewar. 

Heading into this upcoming weekend the Devils are 5-0 with two big road games versus North Central and Barrie.




The Bonn Law QRD U13 AAA Team started their playoff round this weekend and skated away with two wins.


On Saturday, the Devils traveled to Courtice, to start the playoffs against the Toros. The boys came out flying, and were firing on all cylinders, on their way to a 14-3 win over the Toros. Tyler Martin led the way, scoring 6 goals in the game, and the entire team chipped in, playing a solid team game.


On Sunday, The Red Devils would head to Woodville, to take on The Central Ontario Wolves.

In a back and forth, high paced game, The Red Devils were able to capitalize on the powerplay in the first period, on a goal from Tyler Martin (assists: Fisher Kernohan and Thomas Marsden). The teams exchanged chances in the second frame and both goalies made key saves for their team. Brody Grant gave his team a two-goal lead in the third period, assisted by Austin Pettey, and Matt Travers closed the door in net, to earn a shutout in the 2-0 win. 


ON DECK: Saturday, March 9th 1:30 @ Marmora vs The North Central Predators. Sunday 2:30 @ Marmora vs The Clarington Toros. 



The Madison Excavating U12 Quinte Red Devils Come Back Strong on Sunday

In week two of playoffs for the Madison Excavating U12 Quinte Red Devils, the boys took to the road for a tilt against the Markham Waxers. The Waxers wasted no time, scoring two quick goals; putting them ahead early in the game. As the second period commenced, the Waxers managed to net their third goal of the game. The Devils, however, fought back with determination, capitalizing on a powerplay opportunity to get themselves on the scoreboard. Despite their efforts, the Waxers responded with another powerplay goal of their own. With only thirty-two seconds remaining in the period, Quinte managed to close the gap once again, by scoring their second goal of the game. The period concluded with the Waxers maintaining a 4-2 lead. Entering the final frame, the Waxers intensified their offensive pressure, and they scored three consecutive goals, including two while on a powerplay. The game ultimately resulted in a 7-2 defeat for Quinte.


After their tough loss on Saturday night, the U12 Quinte Red Devils were determined to find themselves back in the win column on Sunday. On home ice in Madoc, they took on the North Central Predators. From the opening faceoff, the Devils wasted no time asserting their dominance on the ice. Just twenty-nine seconds into the first period, they scored their first goal of the game. Building on their early momentum, the Devils continued to apply pressure, resulting in three more goals throughout the first period, one of which came during a powerplay opportunity. With an impressive 4-0 lead heading into the second period, the Devils had firmly established control of the game. As the action resumed in the second period, Quinte added two more goals, one of which was on a powerplay. Entering the final period with a commanding 6-0 lead, the Devils showed no signs of letting up. They capitalized on yet another powerplay opportunity to extend their lead further, scoring their seventh goal of the game. The North Central Predators fought valiantly to break through Quinte's defence and get on the scoreboard but were ultimately unable to find the back of the net. The Devils emerged triumphant, with an outstanding 7-0 shutout victory over the North Central Predators, ending their weekend on a high note. 


Coach’s Corner with Head Coach, Evan Osterhout: “The team’s ability to bounce back from a tough loss is very encouraging for the players and coaches. We look forward to building momentum through hard work this week.”


ON DECK: Wednesday, March 6th @ Central Ontario Wolves (6:30pm - Little Britain Community Centre).



The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils Start Their Playoffs with a Win 


The U11s started their playoffs with a trip up the 401 to Ajax, to take on the Ajax/Pickering Raiders. Quinte came out of the gate flying, leading 4-0 after the first period and never let their foot off the gas, winning by a score of 8-3. Scoring for the Red Devils was Ryker Thompson (2), Dawson Szubdza-Hill (2), Max Norton, Kash Nelson, Jaxon Elrick and Graydon Tucker. Picking up assists were Nelson (4), Norton, Elrick, Linden Ludolph, Will Beebe and Cohen Reid. Blake Laurin was in net for the win and Thompson was named The Devil Of The Day.


ON DECK: The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils have three playoff games this week. Thursday they are at home (RCAF) at 7PM to take on the Kingston Jr. Gaels. Saturday they are at home (Marmora) at 12PM against the North Central Predators and Sunday they travel to Markham to take on the Waxers.




The Breakaway Fuels U10s Pick up Two More Playoff Wins


The U10 Red Devils grabbed two more playoff wins this weekend to improve to 5-0 in the second season. Saturday saw the team head north to Woodville to take on second place Central. As always this proved to be a great hockey game between two great teams. The young devils would score one in the first, two in the second and three in the third on their way to a 6-3 victory.  Scoring for the Devils was Evan VanEgmond (2), Kai Mackie (2), Ethan Dowling and Kolton Solmes. Assists went to Ryder Bradford (2), Dowling (2), Mason Cooke, Jackson Simpson and VanEgmond. Deacon Vos got the win in net. VanEgmond would take home the Devils fork for his solid game from start to finish.


Sunday had the young Devils hosting the Clarington Toros.  Again, this was a tight affair with the first period ending up 0-0.  Mackie (Dowling,Solmes) would open the scoring 5 minutes into the second. It would remain that way until early in the third when Dowling (Mackie) would score short handed to increase the lead.  Mackie (Dowling,Wade Robinson) would provide some insurance with three minutes left and give the boys a 3-0 win.  Jordan Andrews picked up the shutout in the pipes. Wade Robinson would walk out with the fork after an outstanding game on the blueline.


ON DECK: This week sees the Breakaway Boys host Oshawa on Thursday night in Baltimore then North Central Saturday in Colborne before they head to Oshawa on Sunday for a rematch with the Generals.

Environmental 360 Solutions
Sponsor of our U14 team
Free Flow Petroleum
Sponsor of our U15 team.
McInroy-Maines Construction
121 Parks Dr, Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5 Established in 1966 !!! 613-902-0614 Sponsor or our U18 team.
Madison Excavating and Landscaping
Sponsor of our U11 team.