Midget Green (4)
Tied at 4 after two periods, the wheels fell off in the 3rd for Green. Navan would score 4 unanswered goals to run away with the game. Brendan Boyce (2g, 1a) had a big game offensively, but this is one the boys would like to forget.
Midget AA Tournament (Pickering, Ontario)
Back on the road for their second tournament in as many weekends, the AA’s headed to Pickering, Ontario for another jam packed schedule of hockey.
This was an interesting tournament for the boys, who went 0-3-1. All three of their losses came by only one goal, so a couple of favorable bounces and they could’ve been playing in the quarter-finals.
Friday yielded a 3-2 loss to the Kent Cobras and a 2-1 loss to the Richmond Hill Stars later that evening. The boys tied the North Toronto Jr. 1-1 and then fell 4-3 to the Lasalle Sabres to round out their weekend.
Despite not making it to the elimination round, these boys continue to improve and show what kind of team they are. They never give up and give everything they have until the final buzzer.Tournament Results
Bantam Tournament (Hamilton, Ontario)
The Bantam’s headed to Hamilton bright and early on the morning of the 7th for their final tournament before the holiday break.
They began their Friday with a pair of identical games against the Nickel City Sons and Windsor Jr. Spitfires where both ended in a 2-2 tie. Saturday brought on the Burlington Eagles who they just fell short against, losing 2-1. The 2nd game was a must win against the Brantford 99ers and the boys stepped up, winning 4-2 and advancing to the quarter-finals. They would face the Spitfires again, but fall 4-2, ending their tournament.
It was another great showing for the boys who are often the youngest team at their tournaments and usually play with a few less players than most teams.
Titus Odermatt (4g, 2a) led the way offensively, while Amine Hajibi, Kieran Chung and Mathieu Fehr each had 4 points.Tournament Results
Midget Green (4)
Green would snap their 4 game losing streak with a 3rd period goal by Slava Melikov. Brody Chatman, Ilnar Fakhrutdinov and Colin Callanan would score, while Brendan Boyce chipped in with 2 assists.
Midget White (0)
Smiths Falls (2)
White wasn’t able to muster any offense in this one, getting shut out for their second straight game.
Midget Green (3)
Carleton Place (2)
Nikita Tiatinkin scored 2 goals and Brody Chatman scored the winner with 1:26 left in the game to propel his team to victory and make it two in a row. Alex Smedley was strong in goal making 23 saves for the win.
Midget White (1)
White was in tough taking on the top team in the league, and it showed, as they were limited to just 18 shots on goal. Bayley Harewood scored the only goal in the defeat.Gamesheet
Midget AA (6)
Ottawa Valley (3)
Fresh off their tournament in Pickering, the boys were back to league play in no time. Tied at 3 after two periods, the AA’s took over in the 3rd
, scoring 3 goals in 3 minutes to take this one. Leo Haban (2g), Shane Delaney (2g), Connor Radclyffe-Smith (1g, 1a), Ben Weingand (2a), and Ryan Hutcheson (2a) all chipped in offensively.Gamesheet
The boys headed back to Cassleman, this time for game against the junior team after being crushed by the senior team. Ryder Sheridan would pot both goals, while call-up Tristan Falsetto got the victory in nets.
Ottawa Myers (7)
Mathieu Fehr and call-up Colin Leclerc were you goal-scorers as the Bantam’s let this one slip away in the 3rd period as Ottawa scored 4 goals.
|Midget Green vs Kemptville ||9pm||CIHA|
|Bantam vs Ottawa Valley ||7pm||CIHA|
|Midget White vs Hawkesbury||1pm||Pembroke Memorial Centre|
|Midget Green vs Cornwall||3pm||Pembroke Memorial Centre|
|Midget AA vs Ottawa Sting||9pm||CIHA|
|McLeod Cup (Student and Staff Tournament)||All Day||CIHA|