QRD Weekly Report #20 - Monday March 18, 2024, News (Quinte Red Devils)

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QRD Weekly Report #20 - Monday March 18, 2024
Here is the weekly report for the week ending Sunday March 17, 2024...

The Bonn Law QRD U13 Red Devils had a solid week at the rink, winning all three playoff games, improving their record to 7-0-0. 

 

The Devils travelled to Kingston on Wednesday evening, to take on the Jr. Gaels. Kingston, who were quick to get on the board scoring less than two minutes into the game, but The Devils came flying back, scoring four unanswered. The Gaels would get one more, before the Devils added two in the third period on their way to a 6-2 win. Lighting the lamp for the Devils; Austin Pettey (2), Tyler Martin, Noah Hughes, Kyler Patterson and Miller Nicholson. Assists: Martin (2), Hughes, Mason Whalen, Holden Goulah, Shea Teather, Cameron Stevens, Kyler Patterson. Dax Sage was solid between the pipes to earn the win.

 

On Saturday, The Devils hosted The Peterborough Petes to a game in Marmora. Once again, the team found themselves behind in the game, before answering back with 3 straight before the end of the second period. The Petes found the back of the net twice in the third, but The Devils scored five of their own on their way to an 8-3 win. Scoring the goals in the game; Martin (2), Nicholson (2), Hughes, Pettey,Haley, Patterson. Chipping in with helpers on the goals; Thomas Marsden (3), Hughes (2), Stevens (2), Nicholson, Brody Grant, Stevens, Whalen, James Gullage, Patterson, Tether, Oliver McCulloch, Rowyn Haley. Matt Travers picked up the win between the pipes. 

 

On Sunday, The Red Devils made the road trip to Orillia, to take on The North Central Predators and skated to an 8-0 win. Kyler Patterson had a pair of goals in the game. Also scoring in the game, Gullage, Martin, Tether, Hughes, Haley, Grant. Assisting on the goals; Edmund Dowling (2), Gullage (2), Martin (2), Patterson, Hughes, Whalen, Haley, Marsden, Teather. Dax Sage shut the door between the pipes to pick up a shutout in the win.

 

ON DECK: Wednesday March 20 7:00 pm @ CAA Arena vs Kingston. Saturday March 23rd 1:15pm @ Peterborough. Sunday March 24th 2:00 pm @ Marmora vs COW.

 

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The Gillespie’s Tree Service U14 Quinte Red Devils capped off the playoffs with their final three games this past weekend.

They kicked it off on Wednesday night in Darlington against Clarington. The Devils finished with a convincing 8-3 win to punch their ticket to the OMHA Championship. Goals came from Laurin(2), Whelan(2), Minifie, Seguin, Kennedy and Clow with assists added by B. Aird(3), Minifie(2), Dahle(2), Whelan, Laurin, Clow and Peeters. Ferriss got the win between the pipes. 

The next match of the weekend was Saturday afternoon in Baltimore against the Jr Barrie Colts. After a hard fought game, the Devils ended up with the 4-2 win with Gayle in net. Goals were scored by Whelan (2), Minifie and Dahle with assists coming from Clow (2), Minifie, Dewar, Laurin and B. Aird. 

To round out the weekend the squad traveled to Ajax Saturday evening to face off with Ajax Pickering. The Devils walked away with the win and a final score of 5-2 with Ferriss in net. Goals came from Minifie (2), Dahle (2), and Whelan, with assists coming from Clow (2), Whelan, Laurin, Harold, Kennedy, Minifie, M. Aird and Seguin. 

ON DECK: The Red Devils finish the playoffs with a 9-1 record on their way to the OMHA Red Hat Championship this upcoming weekend in Newmarket!

 

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Madison Excavating U12s Hopeful for a Chance to Advance to the OMHA Championships

Week four of playoffs for the Madison Excavating U12 Quinte Red Devils kicked off in Darlington on Wednesday night, as the boys battled it out against the Clarington Toros for game eight. QRD started the game off strong, netting two goals in the first period. Early in the second, the Toros managed to get on the scoreboard. Heading into the final period the score was standing at 2-1 in favour of Quinte, when the Toros launched a comeback. Clarington found the back of the net while on a powerplay just over a minute in to tie things up. They then managed to score two more quick goals, only twenty-one seconds apart. Unfortunately, the Devils were unable to score any additional goals, and the game ended in a 4-2 loss. 

 

For playoff game nine, the Devils were in Rama on Saturday afternoon for a do-or-die game against the North Central Predators. The first period was relatively quiet, up until two minutes before the end, when the Predators were first to get on the board with a powerplay goal. Less than a minute later, the Devils answered back with a goal of their own, ending the period with a 1-1 tie. The Devils were just getting warmed up; they managed to find the back of the net three times in the second period, the second of which was on a powerplay. With the score sitting at 4-1 for the Devils going into the third, the team knew they had to continue fighting. Only one goal was scored in the final frame, and while it came from the Predators, it was not enough to take the win from Quinte, who walked away with a 4-2 victory, keeping the possibility of moving on to OMHAs within their reach.

 

In the final playoff game, the Devils were back on home ice in Madoc on Sunday afternoon, facing off against the Whitby Wildcats. The Wildcats took an early lead with a goal midway through the first period. Their momentum continued into the second period, netting two more goals. With a score of 3-0 heading into the third, the Devils fought back valiantly, managing to score two goals of their own. Despite their efforts, it wasn't enough to clinch victory, and the game concluded with a hard-fought 3-2 loss for Quinte.

 

Coach’s Corner with Head Coach, Evan Osterhout: “The team has been on a wild ride for the last few days, moving with the peaks and valleys of playoff hockey. They have gained some valuable experience along the way, which will be beneficial for them moving forward.” 

 

ON DECK: It is uncertain at this time whether the U12 Quinte Red Devils will advance to OMHAs. Results are pending a final game being played by two other teams on Monday night.

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The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils Win Three More Playoff Games 

 

The U11s won all three of their playoff games this week, to improve to 7-0 in playoff action.

 

Wednesday, they travelled up the 401 to Oshawa to take on the Generals. Quinte won by a score of 10-4. Scoring for the Red Devils were Kash Nelson (3), Noah Gilchrist (2), Will Beebe (2), Max Norton (2) and Cohen Reid. Picking up assists were Nelson (2), Beebe (2), Gilchrist, Jaxon Elrick, Malkin Courtney and Ryker Thompson. Blake Laurin was in net for the win and Gilchrist was named the Devil Of The Day.

Saturday they were at home in Marmora, against the Markham Waxers. Quinte skated to a 5-1 win.

Scoring for the Red Devils were Will Beebe (2), Ryker Thompson, Max Norton and Mac Brown.

Assisting on the goals were Jaxon Elrick (2), Cohen Reid, Sebastian Smit, Graydon Tucker, Ryker Thompson and Noah Gilchrist. Lily Groeneveld was in net for the win and Beebe was named the Devil Of The Day.

 

Sunday the team had a long road trip to Midland to play against the North Central Predators. Quinte came out on top by a score of 6-0. Scoring for the Red Devils were Cohen Reid (2), Graydon Tucker (2), Kash Nelson and Noah Gilchrist. Picking up assists were Nelson (3), Will Beebe (2), Gilchrist, Ryker Thompson, Brayden Straughan, Max Norton and Dawson Szubda-Hill. Blake Laurin had the shut out between the pipes and Malkin Courtney was named the Devil Of The Day.

 

ON DECK: The 417 Bus Line U11 Red Devils finish playoff pool play with three games this week. Wednesday they travel to Kingston, Thursday they are at home (RCAF) at 7pm vs. Ajax/Pickering and Saturday they are at home (Marmora) to take on Oshawa.

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U10s Finish Playoffs a Perfect 10-0

The Breakaway Fuels U10 Red Devils picked up two more wins this weekend to finish the playoffs with a 10-0 record.

Saturday saw the young devils play their final home game of the season in Marmora against the Markham Waxers.  The boys scored one in the first and then opened things up with some beautiful passing plays to score four more in the second to take a 5-1 lead into the third.  The Waxers wouldn’t go away and scored two quick goals to tighten the score and make it a game at 5-3.  After a timeout to calm the troops the home team got back on track and scored two more unanswered goals to take a 7-3 victory.  Mason Cooke was awarded the Devils fork for his strong forty-minute effort and two hard working goals.  Deacon Vos picked up the victory between the pipes.

Sunday had the team head north to take on the North Central Predators.  The road legs were evident early on and the teams battled hard through the first period.  The devils held a 3-1 lead going into the second and would only manage one more in that frame.  The third period saw the boys get back to Quinte hockey and they would put 5 past the Predators goalie to finish off a convincing 9-1 win.  Jax Scott took home the fork for his consistent blue line play and heads up hockey throughout the game.  Deacon Vos grabbed another win in net.

ON DECK: Next weekend sees the Breakaway Fuels Boys head to Newmarket for the OMHA championships.  They will play at 10:15am and 5:45pm on Friday and 1:15pm on Saturday in round robin play.

Sponsors
McInroy-Maines Construction
121 Parks Dr, Belleville, ON K8N 4Z5 Established in 1966 !!! 613-902-0614 Sponsor or our U18 team.
Bonn Law
Sponsor of our U12 team
Environmental 360 Solutions
Sponsor of our U14 team
Free Flow Petroleum
Sponsor of our U15 team.
Gillespie's Tree Service
Sponsor of our U13 team.