Prep Tournament – Toronto, Ontario
On Wednesday, November 20th, the Prep boys hopped on the bus for another road trip, this time to Toronto for the CSSHL Showcase. The 20th would be a travel day before the action began in the early morning on Thursday the 21st. The boys would have plenty of downtime between games and they took full advantage of that as they visited the Hockey Hall of Fame and the CN Tower.
The first game of the Showcase went at 8:15am against Mount U16 on Thursday morning. This was a tough game right from the start as Mount scored 5 goals in the 1st period as the boys fell 6-1. Game two went later that afternoon against TRC Academy where the boys dominated from start to finish, winning this one 11-3. The boys were back at it bright and early on Friday morning as they took on Hill U18 at 8:15am. After a scoreless 1st period, the teams combined for 11 goals in the 2nd period where Hill had the advantage 6-5 and they would add a couple more as the boys fell 8-5. Saturday evening brought on a rematch against Hill U18 and the boys would get their revenge in another high scoring affair, winning 6-5.
Midget AA (0)
The boys were in tough as they took on the top team in the league and fell 8-0. We’ll get ‘em next time!
Eastern Ontario (4)
The Bantam’s struck early as Dylan Reynolds scored on the first shift of the game. The teams would be tied at two after the 2nd period but the Wild would score two more in the 3rd to take it. The Bantam’s are continuing to show they belong as they battle in close games with the top teams in the league.
Midget AA (1)
Seaway Valley (0)
With both teams still without a goal, Timur Kadirov would pot the game-winner with just 13 seconds remaining in the game! Congratulations to Landry Laird who picked up the shutout and the win!
Midget Green (4) SO
Slava Melikov and Nikita Tiatinkin each added 1 goal and 1 assist as Green edged Nepean in the shootout. Viktor Tiatinkin stopped 26 shots to pick up the win.Gamesheet
Midget White (4)
Ilnar Fakhrutdinov (1g, 1a) broke a 2-2 tie midway through the 3rd period and that would stand up as the game-winner. Captain Andrei Svalov (1g, 1a) also added two points and Francis Plant stopped 28 shots for the win.
Midget Green (5)
Smiths Falls (4)
Back and forth the teams would go before Captain Nic Pigeon (1g, 1a) scored the game-winner with 4 minutes left in the game. Milo Roelens (1g, 1a), Georgy Korneev (1g, 1a) and Nikita Tiatinkin (2a) each added two points while Rylan Donovan stopped 22 shots for the win.
Midget White (1)
Midget White would get on the board first thanks to Kieran Chung but Kanata would score the next three to take this game.
Midget Green (5)
A wild 2nd period saw the teams combine for 8 goals, and Midget Green trailing 5-4 heading into the 3rd period. They would tie the game early in the 3rd but Kemptville woud score a few minutes later and they held on to take this one. Shoutout to Luke Cimpello who scored a pair of goals to pace the offense.
Midget AA (1)
Ottawa Sting (7)
Just 30 seconds after Ottawa opened the scoring, Evgenii Kurov would tie the game up at one heading into the 2nd period. Things fell off the rails from there as Ottawa would score six straight goals to run away with it.
|Midget Green vs OHA Maroon||12:00pm||CIHA|
|Midget White vs OHA Gold||2:00pm||CIHA |
|Midget AA vs Ottawa Sting||9:00pm||Jim Durrell|
|Midget Green vs Ottawa||1:30pm||North Grenville|
|Midget White vs Smiths Falls||5:30pm||North Grenville|
|Midget White vs Ottawa||3:00pm||CIHA|
|Midget Green vs Cornwall||6:00pm||CIHA|
|Midget AA vs Gloucester||9:00pm||CIHA|
|Bantam vs Ottawa Jr. 67's||8:00pm||CIHA|
|Midget AA vs Cumberland||7:00pm||CIHA|