Club Oxford Standings

  

                      B DIVISION

"A" DIVISION STANDINGS    

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TEAM
GP
W
L
T
OTL
GF
GA
PTs
Agrospray
19
14
5
0
0
98
69
28
Re/Max
19
10
8
1
0
76
76
21
Fody's
19
7
11
0
1
78
92
15
Verne's
19
6
10
1
2
70
83
15
     
       


See "Game Results" page for previous months
 
JANUARY
 
Sunday January 6
Re/Max 7   Agrospray 3

1st Period
R 1704 - Balazs: Thorburn, Verbruggen
R 1308 - McKibbin: Heleniak, Balcomb
R 1051 - Thorburn: Heleniak, Sweetland
A 806 - Horvath: C. Chute, K. Jansen
R 717 - Balcomb: Thorburn, Balazs

2nd Period
R 1514 - Balcomb: Balazs, Turner
R 957 - Balazs: Balcomb, McKibbin
A 620 - C. Chute: E. Chute, Jeffries
A 100 - K. Jansen: Horvath
R 030 - Swick: Homick, Stewart

Buchner 3GA
Gignac 6GA

Scott Balazs started Re/Max off when he finished off a pass out front for the lead. Josh McKibbin made it 2-0 on a hard point shot that just got through. Joe Thorburn made it 3-0 Re/Max when he went to the backhand on a breakaway. Travis Horvath made it 3-1 on a tap in after a huge save by Buchner. Shane Balcomb made it 4-1 when he found an empty net for a shot. Balcomb made it 5-1 Re/Max when he was able to get a snap shot off in the slot. Spare Cody Chute got one back for Agro when he tipped in a point shot from his brother. Balazs made it 6-2 when he took a drop pass and wired it home. Kyle Jansen made it 6-3 when he had a couple of whacks at a rebound. Spare Darren Swick finished this one off with an empty-netter.
Re/Max seemed energized after the Christmas break and had constant pressure all game. Being able to keep the pressure on helped keep the puck away from Agro's top guys. Agro had an off night as the defence couldn't handle the Re/Max speed and Gignac couldn't stand on his head in this one.
Shane Balcomb and Scott Balazs each had 4-point nights for Re/Max. Travis Horvath, Kyle Jansen and Cody Chute had 2-point nights for Agro.

 
Fody's 10   Verne's 6

1st Period
F 1725 - Sanders: VanVelzer, Velthove
V 1515 - A. VanWyk: DeRouck, Jones
F 1125 - Sanders: Meron
F 1040 - Belaen: Homick, VanVelzer
F 454 - Sanders
F 052 - Meron: K. VanKooten
V 004 - A. VanWyk: Jones, D. VanWyk

2nd Period
F 1709 - Matthews: Swick, Howey
F 1540 - Meron
F 1446 - Velthove: VanKooten
V 1409 - D. VanWyk
F 800 - Spitzke: Homick
F 710 - Homick
V 536 - Jones: D. VanWyk
V 415 - K. Smith: D. VanWyk
V 315 - Black: A. VanWyk, Furlong

Hopper 6GA
C. Chute 7GA
Turpin 3GA

Chris Sanders scored first for Fody's when he let a slapper go from the circle. Andrew VanWyk tied it up with a wrist shot through the 5-hole. Sanders got his second of the night when he cut across in front and put one upstairs. Kyle Belaen made it 3-1 Fody's converting a pass out front. After a short break to replace an injured Turpin in net, we had Cody Chute dressed for success. Sanders notched his hat trick when he won a faceoff and walked in. Spencer Meron made it 5-1 late with a goal from in close. Andrew VanWyk made it 5-2 before the end of the first when he got a rebound on an odd man rush. David Matthews picked things back up for Fody's when he scored with a quick shot from the side of the net. Spencer Meron got credit for the 7th goal when the clearing attempt went off his shin and into the net. Brian Velthove made it 8-2 when he avoided a Chuter pokecheck and put it in. Dave VanWyk got a quick one back for Verne's when he found a loose puck in close. Jordan Spitzke made it 9-3 when he finished off a cross crease pass. Devin Homick made it 10-3 with a solo effort for Fody's. Kyle Jones started a comeback for Verne's when he smacked in a rebound. Kyle Smith found a puck in a scramble in the crease to make it 10-5. Ryan Black made it 10-6 with three to go, but that was as close as this one would get.
This one started rough for Verne's as their starting goalie got hurt 6 minutes in and they had to find a replacement. Cody Chute answered the call, which we were all thankful for. Fody's was in control early in this one as their speed was hard to control. Fody's had Sanders on fire which is not a bad thing. Verne's played well after the goalie change, but with the focus on defence, it was hard to get chances in the other end. Late in the game, they mounted a small comeback to make the score a little more appealing.
Chris Sanders had a hat trick for Fody's. Dave VanWyk had a 4-point night for Verne's.

 
Wednesday January 9
Re/Max 6   Fody's 3

1st Period
R 1409 - Homick: Stewart, Sweetland
F 1219 - Velthove: Sanders, Meron
R 1159 - Lichtensteiger: Heleniak, Wight
R 727 - Lichtensteiger: Heleniak, Verbruggen
R 034 - Thorburn: Verbruggen, Peacock

2nd Period
R 1507 - Balcomb (sh)
R 825 - Thorburn: Balcomb, Peacock
F 206 - Jacko (pp): VanVelzer
F 127 - Sanders: Meron, Velthove

Buchner 3GA
Hopper 6GA

Chad Homick opened things for Re/Max when he was able to backhand a rebound through the goalie. Brian Velthove tied it when he he batted one in from the crease. Dom Lichtensteiger made it 2-1 for Re/Max when he sniped one from the circle. Lichtensteiger added his second from a bad angle to make it 3-1. Joe Thorburn upped it to 4-1 before the end of the period when he redirected a point shot at the top of the crease. Shane Balcomb made it 5-1 when he found the 5-hole on a shorthanded breakaway. Thorburn added his second on a pass out front to make it 6-1. Andrew Jacko scored on the powerplay for Fody's when he wired one off a rebound. Chris Sanders made it 6-3 when he out-waited the goalie and got a shot off from near the goal line.
Re/Max has been rolling lately and playing very well together. Buchner has been on his game and the spread out scoring makes it hard to defend. Fody's has been juggling lines to get some scoring going and when it does open up, these guys will catch fire.
Dom Lichtensteiger and Joe Thorburn had 2 goals each for Re/Max. Chris Sanders and Brian Velthove had a goal and assist for Fody's.

 
Verne's 7  Agrospray 6

1st Period
V 1736 - D. VanWyk: K. Smith, C. Smith
A 1710 - Phillips: Vandepoele
V 1247 - D. VanWyk: K. Smith, Furlong
A 1210 - Horvath: C. Chute, Davis
V 1140 - Rodgers: Prouse, VanYmeren
V 442 - Peacock (sh)
A 226 - Rohrer: Vandepoele, Phillips
A 056 - C. Chute: Jansen, E. Chute
V 030 - D. VanWyk: C. Smith, K. Smith

2nd Period
V 1646 - A. VanWyk: Peacock, DeRouck
A 1549 - Vandepoele: Jeffries, E. Chute
A 1504 - Horvath
V 024 - VanYmeren (pp): D. VanWyk, Sweazy

Hilliard 6GA
Gignac 7GA

Dave VanWyk opened things up when he was able to wrist one over the glove for the 1-0 Verne's lead. Aaron Phillips tied it up quickly for Agro when he went post-in on a hard wrist shot. Dave VanWyk added his second with a wrister from the blue line that just fooled the goalie. Travis Horvath tied it up again with a high shot just under the crossbar. Braydon Rodgers answered right back for Verne's to make it 3-2 on a shot in close. Spare Nate Peacock was able to unleash a shorthanded snapshot to make it 4-2. Brandon Rohrer was able to poke a loose puck over the line to make it 4-3. Spare Cody Chute finished off a beauty tic-tac-toe play to tie things up. Dave VanWyk notched the hatty before the end of the period when he was alone out front. Andrew VanWyk made it 6-4 early in the second when he found the net on an odd-man rush. Adam Vandepoele made it 6-5 off a hard wrister as he crossed the ice. Horvath tied it up after a steal and he went low glove. Kelsey VanYmeren took advantage of a late powerplay to score with 24 seconds left to give Verne's a hard fought victory over the top team.
When Verne's can score early, they are in the game all the way. They answered every Agro response and played a strong second to keep the Agro scorers at bay. Agro has been having a tough time lately, but they have relied a lot on Gignac early in the season. The defence will bounce back I am sure and the offence isn't slowing down.
Dave VanWyk had 3 goals and assist for Verne's. Adam Vandepoele had a goal and 2 assists for Agrospray.

 
Sunday January 13
Agrospray 5   Fody's 2

1st Period
A 1239 - Swick: Davis, VanKooten
F 916 - Anderson: Jacko, Velthove
A 350 - Horvath: Jeffries

2nd Period
A 1046 - Davis: Chute, Koteles
A 821 - Jansen: Vandepoele, Horvath
A 752 - Horvath: Vandepoele, Jansen
F 519 - Bull: King, Fody

Rohrer 2GA
Hopper 5GA

Spare Darren Swick opened things for Agro with a high wrister from the side of the net. Spare Neil Anderson tied it up for Fody's when he popped in a rebound from the side as well. Travis Horvath made it 2-1 Agro when he was able to walk around a few guys and backhand one in. Jason Davis made it 3-1 when he finished off a pass in the slot. Kyle Jansen scored on the powerplay from the low slot. Horvath added another to make it 5-1 on a snapshot from in close. Kurtis Bull lasered a slapper just under the crossbar to make it 5-2.
Agro came back after a couple losses in a row with a solid effort. Brandon Rohrer did well between the pipes to let the offence do their thing. Fody's was in this one all the way until a couple quick ones left them on their heels. Some puck luck would help their scorers for sure.
Travis Horvath had 2 goals and an assist for Agro. Kurtis Bull and Neil Anderson had goals for Fody's.

 
Re/Max 3   Verne's 2

1st Period
R 1432 - Sutherland: Balcomb, Balazs
R 625 - Balcomb: Balazs
V 214 - B. Martin (pp): Furlong

2nd Period
V 1511 - Josh Herreman: A. VanWyk, D. VanWyk
R 029 - Balcomb: Turner, Balazs

Buchner 2GA
Hilliard 3GA

Brady Sutherland opened things up for Re/Max when he walked into a low slapper that found the back of the net. Shane Balcomb made it 2-0 when he slapped home a rebound. Brad Martin got Verne's on the board with a powerplay goal off a low wrister. Spare Josh Herreman tied things up when he was able to wire a loose puck home from in tight. Shane Balcomb avoided overtime when his wrist shot just got past the goalie with 30 seconds to go.
Re/Max keeps rolling and got a lot of help from that top line. Balcomb is really enjoying having Balazs back off the IR. It was a tight checking game by both teams as it seems these teams always play that way. Verne's did well not to let that early 2-0 deficit throw them off as they battled back and kept Re/Max off the board in period 2 until late.
Shane Balcomb and Scott Balazs had 3-point nights for Re/Max. Brad Martin and Josh Herreman had the goals for Verne's.

 

 

      

Goalie  Performance

Games G.A. Avg. Shutouts

Mark Gignac (Agro)

16
57
3.56
0

Jesse Hilliard  (Verne's)

16
60
3.75
1

Greg Buchner (Re/Max)

19
74
3.89
0

Shawn Hopper  (Fody's)

18
85
4.72
0
         

Brandon Rohrer (Agro)

1
2
2.00
0

Nolan Collard  (B call-up)

1
3
3.00
0

Tommy Lee  (spare)

2
7
3.50
0

Riley Turpin  (spare)

1
6
6.00
0
         


   HAT TRICKS
Adam Vandepoele (Agro) Oct 14, Oct 17
Kyle Belaen (Fody's) Oct 17
Travis Horvath (Agro) Oct 21, Nov 28, Dec 9, Dec 12, Dec 16, Dec 23, Dec 30
Kyle Jansen (Agro) Dec 16, Dec 23
Chris Sanders (Fody's) Jan 6
Dave VanWyk (Verne's) Jan 9

                   

 

 

"B" DIVISION STANDINGS              

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AFTER THE GAME
Boston Pizza will give a free large to groups of 6 or more. Write "Club Oxford Hockey" on your receipt and put it in the box by the exit door - they give a 10% credit which I would like to use for the Hockey 4 Everyone kids in the spring.
 

          

TEAM
GP
W
L
T
OTL
GF
GA
Pts
McKenzie CarQuest
19
12
2
4
1
75
49
29
Team Visscher
19
10
6
2
1
69
41
23
Glass
19
8
6
5
0
66
62
21
Airmount
19
8
8
2
1
55
70
19
Source for Sports
18
6
9
1
2
67
74
15
Copper Mug
18
5
13
0
0
62
90
10

 

See "Game Results" page for previous months
 
JANUARY
Wednesday January 2
McKenzie Carquest 5   Copper Mug 2

1st Period
M 1127 - J. Kobayashi: McKenzie
C 259 - Cronmiller: Thomsen

2nd Period
M 1604 - J. Kobayashi: Pereira, Myny
M 1545 - J. Kobayashi: McKenzie, Pereira
C 934 - Harden: Smale, Alton
M 206 - Bain: J. Kobayashi
M 058 - Pereira (en)

Silverthorn 2GA
Roloson 4GA

Spare Jordan Kobayashi put Carquest on the board first when he let a wrister go from the dot. Dylan Cronmiller tied it up for Mug when he found himself alone out front and buried one. Jordan put Carquest back in the lead early in the second on a breakaway and then got the hat trick 20 seconds later on one in close. JJ Harden made it 3-2 when he one-timed it in from the side of the net. Tyler Bain made it 4-2 with a backhander in the slot. Gus Pereira added an empty-netter to close this one out.
This one was close and hard fought. Carquest was able to keep their wits about them despite early pressure from Mug. Mug got bit by a few posts and some bad luck on the puck tonight, but were in it until the late stages.  Jordan Kobayashi had a hat trick and assist for Carquest. JJ Harden and Digger Cronmiller had the goals for Mug.

 
Team Visscher 2   Glass 2    with OT

1st Period
V 740 - Friesen: Maerten
G 110 - Haines: Burton, Winters

2nd Period
G 512 - Haines: Bishop
V 307 - Wilson: Mulholland, Maerten

Overtime
No Scoring

Turpin 2GA
Orpen 2GA

Abe Friesen started us off when he scored from the low circle to give Team Visscher the early lead. Jamie Haines answered back for Glass when he finished off a nice pass out front. Haines added his second of the night late in the 2nd to give Glass the lead when he was able to wrist one past the goalie from in close. Cody Wilson tied it up and forced OT when he scored from the door step. Overtime went quick with few whistles but no scoring, so a point was earned by each team.
Both goalies played well to keep this one close. Team Visscher will take the point as they have been having trouble winning, but they really need their scoring to pick back up. Less than 3 is hard to win in B Division. Glass has been lacking their primary scoring lately, but they have picked it up defensively as a team. If they can get both going, watch out.
Jamie Haines had 2 goals for Glass. Marty Maerten had 2 assists for Team Visscher.

 
Thursday January 3
Source For Sports 4   Airmount 3

1st Period
A 332 - Savage: Anderson, J. Stoop
S 136 - Jensen: Wallace, Hoshal

2nd Period
A 1601 - Behrens (pp): Serediak, Russell
S 818 - Wallace: Jensen
A 417 - Serediak: Rockx, Behrens
S 210 - Jensen: Robb, Corbeil
S 039 - Neu

Klyn 3GA
Hornby 4GA

Spare Kyle Savage opened things up for Airmount when he was able to walk out from the corner and wrist one home. Adam Jensen tied it up late in the first with a one-timer off a rebound. Andrew Behrens gave Airmount the lead again on the powerplay when he slapped one home from the high slot. Jayme Wallace tied it back up at 2 when he took a high wrister through traffic off a faceoff win. Spare Aaron Serediak was able to deflect a shot from the side boards to give Airmount the lead again. Jensen notched his second of the night with a one-timer off a short pass in front. Laura Neu avoided overtime for Source when she picked off a clearing attempt, sent a high shot in that bounced off the goalies mask into the crease and then in the net. Source staved off late pressure from Airmount for the W.
This was a solid game by both teams. Plenty of chances but also good coverage in both ends. Source is finding their legs and if that top line starts clicking again, they will climb the standings. Airmount was doing well with a bunch of regulars out of the lineup. They were able to get some secondary scoring which will help out when the top guys have less space.
Adam Jensen had 2 goals and an assist for Source. Andrew Behrens and Aaron Serediak had a goal and assist for Airmount.

 
Sunday January 6
Glass 4   Source For Sports 3    in OT

1st Period
G 1238 - Js. Vandenneucker: Jm. Vandenneucker, Kleinau
S 539 - Neu: Jensen, Wallace

2nd Period
S 1220 - Rowe: Kirby, Jensen
S 1133 - Wallace: Neu, Hackney
G 1032 - Kleinau: Curry
G 130 - Haines (pp): Kyle

Overtime
G 011 - Winters: Kyle

Orpen 3GA
Klyn 4GA

Glass opened things when Jason Vandenneucker tipped in a point shot. Laura Neu tied it up with a high wrist shot from the slot. Shane Rowe made it 2-1 Source when he scored on a partial breakaway and went high glove. Jayme Wallace one-timed a pass to make it 3-1 shortly after. Ryan Kleinau made it 3-2 when he broke in alone and out-waited the goalie. Jamie Haines tied it up on a late powerplay goal when he went backhand upstairs. Jarrod Winters completed a 2-on-1 in the last seconds of overtime to give Glass the win.
Christmas was definitely 'so last year' in this one as this penalty-filled affair was rough from the start. Glass did well to not let a second period hole get them off their game and they found a way to get to OT again. Source was in the drivers seat in this one and it just slipped away at the end with a late penalty. Both goalies played well.
Ryan Kyle and Ryan Kleinau had 2-point nights for Glass. Adam Jensen, Laura Neu and Jayme Wallace had 2-point nights for Source.

 
Copper Mug 7   Airmount 5

1st Period
C 1638 - Zylstra: Byron, Harden
C 1145 - Alton: Zylstra, Harden
C 632 - Alton: Zylstra, Byron
C 512 - Thomsen: Cronmiller, Smale
A 135 - Prouse: Stubbs
C 015 - Nevill: Cronmiller, Evans

2nd Period
A 1425 - Iler (pp): DeBlaire
A 1224 - Prouse: Hare
A 806 - Behrens (pp): Rockx, Cowlan
C 613 - Cronmiller: Evans, Thomsen
C 408 - Zylstra (sh): Lizabeth, Byron
A 340 - Kyle Underhill: Rockx, Prouse

Roloson 5GA
Nant 7GA

Tyler Zylstra scored first for Mug when he went low glove on a partial breakaway. Zach Alton added 2 of his own, the first he batted out of midair and the second he buried from the slot to give Mug a 3-0 lead. Nic Thomsen made it 4-0 when he went to the backhand on a breakaway. Jeff Prouse put Airmount on the board late in the period when his low shot made it through some legs. Don Nevill scored late in the period off a rebound in close to give Mug a 5-1 lead at the break. Brent Iler started the comeback for Airmount when he was able to wrist one home on the powerplay. Prouse added his second of the night when he made no mistake on a hard shot off the rush. Andrew Behrens was able to poke one under the goalie on the powerplay to make it 5-4 midway through the period. Mug answered back when Dylan Cronmiller wired one in from the side of the net. Zylstra added a shorty to make it 7-4 Mug. Spare Kyle Underhill made it 7-5 when his shot from the circle found the net, but that was as close as this one would get.
Copper Mug is on a roll after breaking that O-fer streak and came out real strong in the first period. Their balanced scoring, when on, can match any team in the league. Airmount seemed a bit surprised at the beginning, but did well to comeback in this one. They are starting to play strong as a team, which will be crucial in playoffs.
Tyler Zylstra had 2 goals and 2 assists for Mug. Jeff Prouse had 2 goals and an assist for Airmount.

 
Thursday January 10
Team Visscher 5   McKenzie Carquest 3

1st Period
V 1305 - Beaumont: Rosato, Legrandeur
M 941 - Ferguson: Pereira
V 934 - Friesen: Savage, Koteles
M 814 - Davis
V 441 - Koteles: Savage, Legrandeur

2nd Period
M 1647 - Davis: Kobayashi, Smith
V 1213 - Rosato: Haegens, Beaumont
V 655 - Friesen: Savage

Collard 3GA
Klyn 5GA (spare)

Spare Brian Beaumont scored first for Team Visscher with a slapper. Brett Ferguson tied it up for Carquest when he banked one in off a defenceman. Abe Friesen got that goal back 7 seconds later with a line rush off the faceoff. Andrew Davis found a clearing attempt and lasered it home to tie it back up. Jason Koteles one-timed a short pass out front to put Visscher's back ahead before the end of the first. Davis got his second of the night early in the second with a nicely done give and go. Jon Rosato finished off a cross-crease pass to restore Team Visscher's lead at 4-3. Friesen added a second one on a wraparound to give Team Visscher a 5-3 lead and the eventual victory.
Spare Kyle Savage had 3 assists for Team Visscher. Andrew Davis had 2 goals for Carquest.

 
Sunday January 13
Glass 2   McKenzie Carquest 2     with overtime

1st Period
G 1613 - Haines
M 642 - Ferguson (pp): McKenzie, Thompson

2nd Period
M 1257 - Smith (pp): Kobayashi, Davis
G 046 - Winters (6 on 5): Gignac

Overtime
No Scoring

Orpen 2GA
Silverthorn 2GA

Jamie Haines opened things up when he picked off a pass in the slot and wired it home for Glass. Brett Ferguson tied it up on the powerplay for Carquest when he was able to tuck a rebound between the post and goalie. Cory Smith made it 2-1 Carquest on the powerplay when he redirected a pass that barely crossed the line and past an outstretched Orpie. Jarrod Winters slapped in the tying goal off a faceoff win to send it to OT. Both goalies were solid in the OT.
A solid game by Glass as they were able to hang in there while playing with a short bench. Orpie stood his ground and the defence held the high scoring Carquest to two. Carquest bounced back after not so good last game, they had their chances and were helped out a lot by some great glove work by Silverthorn.
Jamie Haines and Jarrod Winters had the goals for Glass. Brett Ferguson and Cory Smith had the markers for Carquest.

 
Team Visscher 3   Airmount 0

1st Period
V 1038 - Evanitski: Haegens, Wilson
V 953 - Friesen: Mulholland, Ralf

2nd Period
V 330 - Visscher: Mulholland, Friesen

Collard Shutout
Nant 3GA

Mike Evantiskit opened things up for Team Visscher when he scored on a loose puck in the slot. Abe Friesen made it 2-0 when he found a hole between goalie and post and put it in. Alex Visscher made it 3-0 with a wrister off a rebound in close.
Team Visscher building off their win came out strong and were able to use their speed to get a bunch of chances and keep Airmount scorers at bay. Collard kept the crease clear. Airmount just had an off night, with just a handful shots. They played well defensively. Abe Friesen and Josh Mulholland had 2-point nights for Team Visscher.

 
Wednesday January 16
McKenzie Carquest 5    Airmount 2

1st Period
A 956 - Iler: Lenane, Anderson
M 813 - Hanson: Davis, Myny
M 208 - A. Devlin: Myny, C. Devlin

2nd Period
A 1615 - Russell: Hare
M 1523 - Ferguson: Pereira, Buchner
M 1035- Davis: Kobayashi, McKenzie
M 639 - Davis (pp): Kobayashi, McKenzie

Silverthorn 2GA
Nant 5GA

Brent Iler put Airmount ahead early when he let a slapper go from beneath the circle. Wil Hanson tied it up when he snuck in from the point to put one top corner. Spare Adam Devlin made it 2-1 Carquest when he deflected a shot from the corner. Nick Russell tied it up early in the second when he broke in and went low blocker for the goal. Brett Ferguson restored the Carquest lead when he was able to poke a rebound under the goalie. Andrew Davis made it 4-2 on a wraparound midway through the period. Davis added a second on the powerplay when he walked around a couple guys and wristed one home.
This game was a pretty solid game. Carquest was able to put it all together after a 2-game winless streak (gasp) with a strong effort against an Airmount team that is showing it can go toe to toe against anyone. Carquest's mobile defence gives them an extra attack that can come out of nowhere. The only mistake Airmount made was getting the other teams leading scorer mad, which turned into goals against.
Andrew Davis had 2 goals and an assist for Carquest. Nick Russell and Brent Iler had the goals for Airmount.

 
Team Visscher 5   Source For Sports 0

1st Period
V 1556 - Koteles: Friesen, Visscher
V 307 - Evanitski: Rockx, Wilson
V 019 - Koteles: Price

2nd Period
V 1145 - Koteles: Friesen, Rockx
V 527 - Mulholland (sh): Poredos, Oud

Collard Shutout
Klyn 5GA

Jason Koteles put Team Visscher up early when he knocked one in from the doorstep. Mike Evanitski made it 2-0 when he tipped in a point shot. Koteles notched his second when he was able to tip in a point shot before the end of the period. Koteles got his hat trick with a wrister from the side of the net. Josh Mulholland added a shorthanded goal through the 5-hole to close this one out 5-0.
Team Visscher is building a streak after a tough holiday season. They have the top two lines going and that is hard to defend. Source had a tough go with a short bench which made it tiring to defend against a speedy team while running only 3 D-Men. They just need to shrug this one off.
Jason Koteles had the hat trick for Team Visscher

 
Thursday January 17
Glass 5   Copper Mug 4

1st Period
G 1554 - Ralf: Gignac
G 1441 - T. Sergeant: Haggith
C 1304 - Alton: Zylstra, Lisabeth
G 916 - Bishop: Winters, Haines
C 637 - Price (pp): Swick, Byron
G 618 - Gignac: Winters, Kleinau
C 034 - Lisabeth (4 on 4): Evans, Colfax

2nd Period
C 1154 - DeBlaire: Colfax
G 1045 - Haines: Haggith

Orpen 4GA
Roloson 5GA

Spare Dylan Ralf opened things up for Glass when he scored on a low shot on a partial break. Tyler Sergeant made it 2-0 when he one-timed a drop pass. Zach Alton made it 2-1 when the last of about 5 rebounds went in. Spare Nate Bishop made it 3-1 Glass when he was able to kick the puck up to his stick and then shovel it in. Darryl Price scored for Mug with a point shot on the powerplay to make it 3-2. Adam Gignac answered right back when he wired a wrist shot just past the netminder's glove. Kevin Lisabeth was able to score from in close for Mug during some 4 on 4 hockey before the end of the period. Stephen DeBlaire tied it up for Mug in the second when he was able to find a hole with a shot from the goal line. Jamie Haines restored the Glass lead shortly after when he sprung loose and went 5-hole.
A close game all the way through. Glass has started finding offence on all lines and that takes the pressure off the top. Mug has been playing well lately and the team dynamic is coming back. A couple bounces would have changed the game.
Adam Gignac and Jamie Haines had a goal and assist and Jarrod Winters and Tory Haggith had 2 assists for Glass. Cody Colfax and Kevin Lisabeth had 2-point nights for the Mug.

 

 

           

 

Goalie  Performance

Games G.A. Avg. Shutouts

Nolan Collard (Visscher)

17
36
2.12
3

Brady Silverthorn (CarQuest)

17
41
2.41
0

Sean Orpen (Glass)

16
48
3.00
0

Robert Nant  (Airmount)

14
45
3.21
1

Mark Klyn  (Source)

18
72
4.00
0

Brent Roloson (Mug)

15
70
4.67
0
         

Dave Hodges (spare)

1
2
2.00
0

Riley Turpin (spare)

1
2
2.00
0

Brad Hornby (spare)

2
5
2.50
0

Kyle Burton (spare)

2
8
4.00
0

Mike Schmeltz (spare)

2
11
5.50
0

Devon Bonn (spare)

4
28
7.00
0

Dan Hawley (spare)

1
9
9.00
0
         

 

   HAT TRICKS
Dylan Cronmiller (Mug) Oct 14
Andrew Davis (CarQuest) Oct 18, Nov 15, Nov 25
Cody Wilson (Team Visscher) Oct 21
Abe Friesen (Team Visscher) Oct 24
Alex Visscher (Team Visscher) Nov 4
Jordan VanLagen (spare) Nov 21
Jayme Wallace (Source) Nov 25
Jason Koteles (Team Visscher) Dec 2
Jeff Prouse (Airmount) Dec 6
Steffan Foster (Airmount) Dec 9
Jordan Kobayashi (spare) Jan 2