Midget White (2)
Veterans Edward Bradley and Thomas Odermatt scored 2nd period goals, while Michael Lenhart made 32 saves as White played to a 2-2 tie.
The High-School boys were simply overmatched against a very strong Casselman squad, and also had 5 less players as well.
November 30th-December 2nd
Midget AA Tournament (Kingston)
The Midget AA boys headed to Kingston, Ontario early Friday morning and got off to a great start, winning their first game 2-1 over the hometown Kingston Canadians. They would fall 4-1 to the Brampton 45’s in their second game to finish off Friday.
Saturday brought on the Aurora Tigers where the boys played a great game but fell 2-0. They would face the Toronto Avalanche in a must win game later that evening but just fell short losing 2-1 and ending their tournament.
Derial Rupert led the way with 2 goals and 1 assist, while Ernests Berzins and Darius Mamianskum chipped in the 2 assists over the weekend.
Midget Green (3)
Special teams were the deciding factor in this game. Brendan Boyce added an even-strength goal, while Ilnar Fakhrutdinov scored on the power-play and Jack Sountis scored short-handed. Green would give up 3 powerplay goals in this one, including the winner with 3 minutes left.
Midget White (6)
Midget White broke out of their winless streak in a big way in this one. Ryan Remick led the way with 2 goals, while Bayley Harewood, Ryan Apsley, Patrick Maule, and Artem Chernov also scored. Charlie Duncan got the win in nets making 25 saves.
Ottawa Myers (4)
It was a wild 1st period as the teams traded 6 goals with 1 each on the power-play and penalty kill to be tied 3-3. Titus Odermatt (2g) would score late in the 3rd to tie things up and that’s how it would end. Igor Zborovskiy (1g, 1a) and Amine Hajibi (1g, 1a) also chipped in offensively.
Midget White (5)
Carleton Place (4)
The boys built a lead and bent but never broke as they held on to take this one and make it two wins in a row. Andrei Svalov (2g), Ryan Remick (2g), Patrick Maule (3a), and Thomas Odermatt (1g, 2a) led the charge offensively while Michael Lenhart stopped 25 shots to get the win.Gamesheet
Midget White (0)
Midget White had their winning streak snapped at two as they finished off a hectic 4 games in 5 days. Charlie Duncan was peppered, making 42 saves as Brockville would add a late empty netter to seal it.
High-School Tournament (Kingston)
The High-School boys were no doubt excited (and maybe a little sleepy) as they boarded the bus at 5:30am and headed to Kingston for their first tournament of the year.
The boys got off to a great start, winning their first game 4-3 against ESC Marie-Rivier and then taking down St. Patrick’s High-School 5-2 to finish the first day.
The boys took on CHAT Tigers on Tuesday morning but didn’t come to play in this one falling 6-1.
Despite the loss, the boys finished 2nd and would face Earl of March in the semi-finals just a couple of hours later. Tied at 1 after regulation, this one would need overtime where EoM would score on the powerplay and send the boys home a bit earlier than they wanted.
Despite the loss, it was still a great experience to get out on the road with your teammates and have some fun on and off the ice.
Midget AA (1)
Ottawa Sting (8)
It was a tough go the AA’s as they were overwhelmed by the Sting. Leo Haban would score the only goal in the loss.
|Midget Green vs Navan||9:00pm||CIHA|
|Midget AA Tournament (Pickering, Ontario)||Full Schedule|
|Bantam Tournament (Hamilton, Ontario)||Full Schedule|
|Midget Green vs Nepean||11:00am||Smiths Falls|
|Midget White vs Smiths Falls||3:00pm||Smiths Falls|
|Midget Green vs Carleton Place||5:15pm||Richcraft Sensplex|
|Midget White vs Ottawa||5:30pm||Richcraft Sensplex|