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The Pylons vs. Ambrose University Lions on Dec 4th
Posted By: CAHL
Monday, December 5, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2013-2014 and 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the 13th-year The Pylons (since 2010), combatted against the 2018-2019 CAHL Cup Champions, the 15th-year Ambrose University Lions (since 2008).


Adam Frost, with the assistance of Jared Hammer and Jim Poirier, launched the first seek and destroy mission for The Pylons to acquire the opening lead of the battle at 1-0.

 

Elijah Babcock and Elias Cassley then utilized their collective expertise to send in Noah Bears, who equalized the engagement at 1-1 for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

Next up for the Ambrose University Lions was their special weapons and tactics sniper, Jackson Potter, who peered through the powerful scope and unleashed the vulcanized munition, which pierced the goal line to grasp a 2-1 edge on the power play. Charlie Titterington and the Jr. B Chilliwack Jets' alumnus, Dawson Wollf, had his back.

With 27 seconds remaining, Elijah Babcock secured the priceless insurance as he extended their upper hand to 3-1 with the aid of Noah Bears and a fellow Babcock, Ethan Babcock, to close out the first period for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The break served The Pylons well, as they came out firing in the next chapter with Jared Hammer taking on the reins as he narrowed the gap down to 3-2 with the support of his teammates Colin Marshall and Dean Foster.

 

Always on the hunt for the next target, Dawson Wollf aligned the red laser sight and eliminated the next mark for the Ambrose University Lions to regain the two-count margin at 4-2 as Elijah Babcock and Noah Bears supplied the ammunition.

 

In the finale, The Pylons' Colin Marshall went on an all-out attack against the Ambrose University Lions as he secured his objective and lowered the deficit for his brothers to only one at 4-3 as he was aided by Dean Foster and their captain, Tom Strangward.

 

There was still 6:49 displayed on the clock, however, the uphill climb was akin to winning the lotto when the Ambrose University Lions' goalie Nathan Huston was at his best, and that is what he gave his team as he ensured the 4-3 score remained the same until the final buzzer, which signalled their triumph.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' victory was propelled by Elijah Babcock and Noah Bears, each of whom exhibited a great three-point display.

 

Dawson Wollf contributed two very good points for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

Nathan Huston, the last line of defence, struck down 20 shots in the win.

 

The Pylons were guided by the trio of Jared Hammer, Colin Marshall, and Dean Foster, who all notched a strong two points apiece.

 

Waylon Yu, the keeper of The Pylons, stymied 25 attempts from the Ambrose University Lions.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Young Bucks vs. Tea Bag of Justice on Dec 3rd
Posted By: CAHL
Sunday, December 4, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation was between the 2019 Summer and 2022 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the sixth-year Young Bucks (since 2017), and the 2012-2013 CAHL Cup Champions, the 14th-year Tea Bag of Justice (since 2009).

Fifty-eight seconds after the opening face-off were all it took for Brady McQueen to acquire an early 1-0 lead for the Tea Bag of Justice with the support of Ian Gillies and Adam Vesterback.

 

Over a span of 8:56, the Tea Bag of Justice assembled a five-score explosion due to the marksmanship of Dylan Jersak, Ian Gillies, who notched a pair of goals, Andrew Bolger, and Brady McQueen to elevate their team to a 6-0 advantage. Andrew Bolger, Brady McQueen, Joe Perry, Dylan Jersak, Shane Forre, and Adam Vesterback provided the vulcanized black bullets.


In the next period, Andrew Bolger fired it in with the assistance of Shane Forre and Dylan Jersak to give the Tea Bag of Justice a 7-0 edge.

 

Shane Forre, a special forces sniper, then put together an incredible display within 35 seconds as he eliminated two enemy targets while shorthanded with the aid of Dylan Jersak and Adam Vesterback to secure a 9-0 upper hand for the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

The Young Bucks' special weapons and tactics sharpshooter Chris Pedersen struck back as he took out the hostile mark within the six-by-four opening on the power play with the help of their captain Matt McLachlin.

 

Just forty-seven seconds apart, Kale Mah-Vierling and Matt McLachlin combined their expertise to rifle in a pair of scores for the Young Bucks to reduce the deficit to 9-3.

 

David Ward, Matt McLachlin, Nathan Ripley, and Kale Mah-Vierling distributed the pristine dishes for the Young Bucks.

 

Adam Vesterback added another tally for the Tea Bag of Justice with the backing of Dylan Jersak and Shane Forre to close out the round at 10-3.

 

In the last chapter, the Young Bucks' Brennan MacLean, who was bolstered by Kale Mah-Vierling and Brock Oko, pierced the red line between the chilly posts to settle the final score at 10-4 for the victorious Tea Bag of Justice.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice triumph was commanded by their superb six of Shane Forre, Dylan Jersak, Brady McQueen, Adam Vesterback, Andrew Bolger, and Ian Gillies, who attained a collective cyclopean 24 points.

 

Shane Forre and Dylan Jersak achieved outstanding five-point performances.

 

Brady McQueen and Adam Vesterback each amassed an excellent four-point showing.

 

Andrew Bolger and Ian Gillies stockpiled three great points apiece.

 

A generous pair of assists were reaped by Joe Perry for the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

Chris Bolssonneault, the netminder of the Tea Bag of Justice, stalled 23 attempts for the win.

 

The Young Bucks were guided by Kale Mah-Vierling and Matt McLachlin, each of whom racked up a major three-point display.

 

On top of the blue paint, Jake Sakan suppressed a colossal total of 37 shots from the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Swedish Berries vs. The Regretzkys on Dec 3rd
Posted By: CAHL
Sunday, December 4, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the fifth-year Swedish Berries (since 2018), collided with the first-year The Regretzkys (since 2022).


Eighty-one seconds into the match was all that Devon Stunt needed to strengthen the position of the Swedish Berries on the scoreboard to 1-0.

 

The Regretzys' Brendon Hyra equilibrated the match 3:14 later with the assistance of Jordan McMillan, who is an alumna of the NAIT Ooks, and Callum McGhee.

 

Chase Bonertz, the captain of The Regretzkys, then took hold of a 2-1 lead for his squad as the AAA Edge School Prep alumnus, Matthew Dagenais, provided the precision pass.

 

Nineteen seconds later, Alex Garvey sought and acquired retribution as he reequalized the affair at 2-2 for the Swedish Berries with the help of Evan Wilkinson to cap off the first round scoring.

 

In the second period, it was the captain, Chase Bonertz, who once again pulled the trigger to give The Regretzkys their second edge of the night at 3-2.

 

Dawson O'Brien tied up the battle for the Swedish Berries at 3-3, just 2:51 into the third chapter.

 

The AAA Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, Alex Garvey, and Tom Bladen then sent in Evan Wilkinson to cause the damage to grasp a 4-3 advantage for the Swedish Berries.

 

Devon Stunt ignited the offence just 81 seconds after the start of the game, and with 2:18 remaining, he put the finishing touches on it with his second goal of the contest to capture a 5-3 triumph for the Swedish Berries. Tom Bladen and Dawson O'Brien dished out the feeds.

 

The Swedish Berries' victory was orchestrated by Devon Stunt, who notched a great two-goal showing.

 

Alex Garvey, Dawson O'Brien, Evan Wilkinson, and Tom Bladen each finished with a strong pair of points for the Swedish Berries.

 

In the crease, Nikolas Bregeda, an alumnus of the AAA Okanagan Rockets, obstructed 24 shots in the win.

 

The Regretzkys were fuelled by their captain, Chase Bonertz, who exhibited a major two-goal display.

 

Liam Miller, the goalkeeper of The Regretzkys, rejected 23 chances by the Swedish Berries.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Snipers vs. Chargers on Dec 2nd
Posted By: CAHL
Saturday, December 3, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This clash was between the sixth-year Snipers (since 2017) and the seventh-year Chargers (since 2016).


Twenty-six seconds were all that Mark Dickson needed after the opening draw to secure an early 1-0 advantage for the Snipers with the support of Bryan Adams and Tyler Foster.
 

Gord Kennedy then extended the Snipers' lead to 2-0, as he was aided by Calum Brown and Brandon Richard.

 

The Chargers' specialist marksman Thomas Gilman sliced the gap in half from 2-0 to 2-1 on the power play with the ammunition supplied by Dan Cyca and Adam Nixon.

 

Bryan Adams regained a two-tally upper hand for the Snipers with the help of Mark Dickson and their captain Chris Adams to close out the first period scoring.

 

In the next chapter, the Chargers' Adam Nixon and Chris Ferrari utilized their marksmanship to equalize the affair at 3-3 off of the feeds from Anthony Leong, Thomas Gilman, Micheal MacLeod, and Dan Cyca.

 

The Snipers' Chris Adams and Arick Willems collaborated to send in Gord Kennedy, who inflicted the damage to take a 4-3 edge.

 

Forty-nine seconds later, the Chargers' Micheal MacLeod rebalanced the scales to 4-4 with the assistance of Dan Cyca and Andy Grubbe.

 

With 1:17 remaining on the clock, Bryan Adams reacquired the high ground for the Snipers at 5-4 as Brandon Richard and Arick Willems dispersed the dishes.

 

The last line of defence, Jeff Hiscock of the Snipers and Trevor Rowe of the Chargers, perfectly obstructed the opposition's offence in the finale to conclude the match with a 5-4 triumph for the Snipers.

 

Bryan Adams directed the Snipers' victory with a great three-point outing.

 

A strong two-point result was put forth by Gord Kennedy, Mark Dickson, Chris Adams, Brandon Richard, and Arick Willems for the Snipers.

 

Jeff Hiscock, the keeper of the Snipers, suppressed 17 shots in the win.

 

The Chargers were ushered by Dan Cyca, who exhibited a major three-point display.

 

Thomas Gilman, Micheal MacLeod, and Adam Nixon all gained two very good points for the Chargers.

 

In the crease, Trevor Rowe stymied a vast total of 32 attempts from the Snipers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Pylons vs. Bumble Berries on Dec 2nd
Posted By: CAHL
Saturday, December 3, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2007 Summer, 2011-2012, 2016-2017, 2018 Summer, and 2019 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 17th-year Pylons (since 2006), confronted the third-year Bumble Berries (since 2020).


Kevin Malcom, Chris Thompson, who fired in a pair of goals, and their captain Jamie Carr launched a perfect four-count start for the Pylons with the assistance of Jamie Carr, Chris Dawson, Dale MacPherson, Kevin Malaschuk, Jake Peters, and Travis Blondin.

 

Derek Unterberger retaliated for the Bumble Berries to shear the deficit down to 4-1.

 

The Pylons' special forces sharpshooter Jake Peters, using the vulcanized ammunition supplied by Chris Thompson, took out the enemy target while on the penalty kill to regain a four-tally advantage at 5-1 in the second period.

 

Chris Fitchett, with the aid of Chris Thompson, then rifled in another score for the Pylons to extend their lead to 6-1.

 

In the last chapter, a barrage of fire was exchanged as Jamie Carr, Jake Peters, and Chris Thompson, who notched his third goal for a hat trick, were the Pylons' artillerymen, while Connor Masterson and Ryan Dorchester were the gunners of the Bumble Berries, to conclude the battle at 9-3 for the triumphant Pylons.

 

Kevin Malcom, Matt Thibault, Chris Thompson, Chris Dawson, and Chris Fitchett delivered the Pylons' spot-on passes.

 

The Bumble Berries' setups were provided by Max Braun, Ben Deguzman, and Derek Unterberger.

 

Chris Thompson was the conductor of the Pylons' victory, as he attained an outstanding six-point showing on the strength of a hat trick and three assists.

 

Jamie Carr and Jake Peters both racked up great three-point results, while Chris Fitchett, Kevin Malcom, and Chris Dawson each gained two very good points apiece for the Pylons.

 

Mike Johnson, the Pylons' goalkeeper, thwarted 20 of the 22 shots for a strong .909 save percentage in the win.

 

The Bumble Berries were guided by Derek Unterberger, who had a big two-point result.

 

Ryan Dorchester and Connor Masterson finished with a good goal each for the Bumble Berries.

 

The goalkeeper, Andy Robertson, suppressed 11 attempts from the Pylons.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Man Rockets vs. Purple Haze on Dec 2nd
Posted By: CAHL
Saturday, December 3, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This bout featured the 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the second-year Man Rockets (since 2021), and the ninth-year Purple Haze (since 2014).


Branden Satchwell pressed the ignition of a four-score first period eruption for the Man Rockets with the assistance of Al Doucet.

 

Jordan Hughes, Landon Bergh, and Spencer Sobie wielded the blades of the three other attacks for the Man Rockets to grasp a 4-0 advantage. Landon Bergh, who is an alumnus of the Jr. B Cochrane Generals, Al Doucet, Spencer Sobie, Darcy Erickson, and Jordan Hughes provided the support.

 

The Purple Haze acquired payback in the next chapter due to the handiwork of the Jr. C Eastern Shore Thunder alumnus, Graeme Saxberg, who fired in a pair of goals, and Chad Clarke as they splintered the shortfall from 4-0 to 4-3 off of the feeds from Joel Kennedy, Corey Kodric, Joshua Dees, and Chad Clarke.

 

In the final round, the specialist sniper Marc Fortin, with his spotter Joel Kennedy, shattered the bull's-eye between the freezing posts while shorthanded to equilibrate the engagement to 4-4 for the Purple Haze.

 

The Man Rockets' Spencer Sobie and Landon Bergh then utilized their collective expertise to launch two missiles to clinch a 6-4 triumph with the aid of Branden Satchwell, Al Doucet, Jordan Hughes, and Darcy Erickson.

 

Landon Bergh, Spencer Sobie, Jordan Hughes, and Al Doucet orchestrated the victory of the Man Rockets as they finished with great three-point outputs.

 

Branden Satchwell and Darcy Erickson gained a very good two points each for the Man Rockets.

 

Keegan McGuire, the goaltender of the Man Rockets, rejected 18 shots in the win.

 

The Purple Haze were propelled by Graeme Saxberg, Chad Clarke, and Joel Kennedy, each of whom notched a strong two points apiece.

 

Jorgen Elsborg, the Purple Haze's goalkeeper, stymied 20 chances by the Man Rockets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Axemen vs. Wolfpack on Nov 30th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, December 1, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This competition featured the ninth-year Axemen (since 2014) and the 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 10th-year Wolfpack (since 2013).
 

Scott Milnthorp fired in a pair of goals to strengthen the Axemen to 2-0 off of the feeds of another Milnthorp, Sean Milnthorp, their captain Charlie Still, and Tyler Caine.

The top scorer of the Wolfpack's last summer season, Mike Stephens, picked up right where he had left off with a goal in his first game back with the assistance of Andy McLeod and Derrick McNeil to shear the deficit in half from 2-0 to 2-1 in the next period.

 

Over a 3:28 span, Sean Milnthorp, Logan Bell, and Charlie Still formed a three-pronged attack to heighten the Axemen's lead to 5-1 with the support of Chase Kaskiw, Geoff Dusseldorp, Luke Milnthorp, who is an alumnus of the AA Edge School Gold, and Charlie Still.

 

In the finale, the Wolfpack struck back with Matt Thibault and Derrick McNeil, who were aided by Dan Nielsen, Dean Semeniuk, and Patrick Sipila, to settle the final score at 5-3 for the triumphant Axemen.

 

The Axmen's victory was directed by the great showings of the Milnthorps, Sean Milnthorp and Scott Milnthorp, and Charlie Still.

 

Sean Milnthorp and Charlie Still gained three points each, while Scott Milnthorp scored twice.

 

Chase Kaskiw and Luke Milnthorp both reaped two very good points for the Axemen.

 

Simon Reilly, the goaltender of the Axemen, stalled 21 shots in the win.

 

Derrick McNeil and Dean Semeniuk guided the Wolfpack with strong two-point outings.

 

The Wolfpack's captain and netminder, Calvin Pardy, repelled 32 attempts from the Axemen.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Brewstars vs. The Jerry's on Nov 30th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, December 1, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation involved the 14th-year Brewstars (since 2009) and the 2017-2018 and 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year The Jerry's (since 2012).

 

Less than two minutes into the engagement were all that Caleb Barthel needed as he bookended a three-count eruption for the Brewstars in the first period as Tom Schmidt provided the middle goal, while the Northern Michigan University Wildcats' alumnus, Oakley Werenka, Stu Robertson, Colin Rintoul, Nolan MacDonell, and TJ Ruohio dispensed the dishes.

 

The Jerry's specialist marksman, Mitch Robideau, a Jr. B Grande Prairie Kings' alumnus, adjusted his scope sights and decimated the opposition target on the power play to narrow the gap from 3-0 to 3-1 with the assistance of Matt Gann and their captain, Bryan Walker.

 

Ian Matthews and the Jr. B East Hants Penguins' alumnus, Alex Berry, with the support of Alexander Bosch, Brad Williamson, and Ian Matthews, equilibrated the match at 3-3 for The Jerry's in the next period.

 

A trio of missiles were then launched by the Brewstars' Colin Rintoul, who struck twice, and Mike Loptson as they reacquired the three-tally advantage at 6-3 with the aid of their teammates Jadan Barthel, Tom Schmidt, and Colin Rintoul.

 

In the finale, additional shots were exchanged with Lee Fruson, an alumnus of the AAA Medicine Hat Hounds, and Mike Loptson pulling the triggers for the Brewstars, while Brett Corkey, who played professionally for the ECHL Wheeling Nailers, and Dylan Bredahl uncaged the firepower of The Jerry's to settle the battle at 8-5 for the victorious Brewstars.

 

Miles Hunter and Jadan Barthel were the playmakers for the Brewstars. Dylan Bredahl, who is an alumnus of the Jr. A Dauphin Kings, Alexander Bosch, and Brett Corkey provided the aid for The Jerry's.

 

The architects of the Brewstars' triumph were Colin Rintoul, Caleb Barthel, and Mike Loptson.

 

Colin Rintoul attained an excellent four points, while Caleb Barthel and Mike Loptson both racked up great two-goal games.

 

Tom Schmidt, Jadan Barthel, and Oakley Werenka finished with very good two-point showings for the Brewstars.

 

Cam Bos, the netminder of the Brewstars, obstructed 21 shots in the win.

 

The Jerry's were guided by Dylan Bredahl, Brett Corkey, Ian Matthews, and Alexander Bosch, each of whom gained a strong two-point outing.

 

On top of the blue paint, Brett Butler stymied 22 chances by the Brewstars.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

CANA Worms vs. Catalina Wine Mixers on Nov 30th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, December 1, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year CANA Worms (since 2009) duelled with the 15th-year Catalina Wine Mixers (since 2008).

 

Gavin Ellsworth opened the scoring for the fifth time in 10 games, which was the fourth time that it was within the first two minutes, as he secured his 20th goal to maintain a scalding 2.00 goals-per-game pace for the Catalina Wine Mixers. Jared Berreth and Darin Grift provided the assistance.
 

Before the end of the period, the CANA Worms acquired payback to even the scales at 1-1 due to the shooting of Jordan McNulty, with the support of Ben Goulay and Dylan Schlosser.

 

In the next round, Mitch Kulikoski elevated the standing of the CANA Worms not once, but twice, as he was the triggerman, while Jack Crouch, their captain Luke Simpson, and Jordan McNulty supplied the ammunition to grasp a 3-1 edge.

 

Gavin Ellsworth then scored again for the Catalina Wine Mixers with the spot-on passes dispensed by the captain, Nate L'Archeveque, who has returned after being out of the last game, and Shane Cushing.

 

Luke Simpson continued to be on a roll after firing in last game's shootout winner as he ignited a three-score outburst for the CANA Worms in the finale along with Dylan Schlosser, and Travis Powell to capture a 6-2 triumph over the Catalina Wine Mixers. Mitch Kulikoski, Travis Powell, Luke Simpson, Cora Sutton, Darryl Krystalovich, and Jordan McNulty contributed the feeds.

 

The CANA Worms' victory was engineered by the trio of Luke Simpson, Mitch Kulikoski, and Jordan McNulty, who amassed a collective 10 points.

 

Luke Simpson achieved an excellent four point performance.

 

Mitch Kulikoski and Jordan McNulty exhibited major three-point displays.

 

Travis Powell and Dylan Schlosser both notched two very good points apiece for the CANA Worms.

 

Abe Kungel, the goalie of the CANA Worms, blocked 22 of the 24 shots for a strong .917 save percentage in the win.

 

Gavin Ellsworth steered the Catalina Wine Mixers with a great two-goal showing.

 

The Catalina Wine Mixers' goaltender, Colby Meguinis, obstructed 29 attempts from the CANA Worms.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Blazers vs. Hornets on Nov 29th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the sixth-year Blazers (since 2017), clashed with the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 CAHL Cup Champions, the 15th-year Hornets (since 2008).

 

Jack Hartford, an alumnus of the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold, unleashed the first of a four-score barrage by the Blazers, with the assistance of Patrick Mills, an alumnus of the AAA Calgary Royals, and Blake Coffey.

 

The Blazers' other three tallies were off the blades of Stephen Giuffre, who notched a pair, and the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Spencer Selby, while the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Maclean Sprung, the AA Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Matt Caine, and Blake Coffey delivered the meticulous passes.

 

Joey Shaw and Jon Glass fired back for the Hornets to conclude the opening conflict at 4-2 for the Blazers with the support of their captain Adam Morrison, Brett Friesen, Michael Cameron, and WHL Calgary Hitmen alumnus Brendan Santini.

 

In the next round, Jack Hartford and Spencer Selby were the shooters who pierced the enemy targets for the Blazers. Spencer Selby and Jack Hartford provided the vulcanized bullets.

 

The Hornets flipped the narrative of the first period as they secured a four-count offensive of their own with David Giacobbo, Michael Cameron, who had two goals, and Joey Shaw pulling the triggers, while Brendan Santini, Jon Glass, David Giacobbo, their goalie Kyle Roll, Adam Morrison, and Clayton Smed contributed the feeds to end the middle chapter at a 6-6 tie.

 

Jack Hartford piloted an infiltration mission in the finale for the Blazers and launched his third missile through the six-by-four opening to complete his hat trick with his wingmen Matt Caine and Spencer Selby.

 

A second quadruple threat was assembled by the Hornets in David Giacobbo, Jordan Felker, who is an alumnus of the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Blazers, Joey Shaw, who rifled in his third goal for a hat trick, and Clayton Smed, who supplied the firepower to capture a 10-7 victory over the Blazers.

 

Brendan Santini, Jeff Ellis, Michael Cameron, Clayton Smed, David Giacobbo, and Joey Shaw dispensed the Hornets' dishes.

 

The Hornets' triumph was orchestrated by Joey Shaw, Michael Cameron, David Giacobbo, and Brendan Santini, each of whom achieved an excellent four-point performance. A hat trick was possessed by Joey Shaw.

 

Clayton Smed racked up a great three points, while Jon Glass, Jeff Ellis, and Adam Morrison each tallied a very good two points apiece for the Hornets.

 

Kyle Roll, the goalkeeper of the Hornets, produced a colossal total of 39 saves in the win.

 

Jack Hartford and Spencer Selby energized the Blazers with top-flight four-point showings.

 

A hat trick and a setup were gained by Jack Hartford.

 

Spencer Selby amassed a pair of goals and assists.

 

A major three-point display was exhibited by Matt Caine and Blake Coffey, while Stephen Giuffre and Maclean Sprung both reaped strong two-point outings for the Blazers.

 

Between the posts, Mikel Gega repelled 20 chances by the Hornets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Timberwolves vs. Eiffel Towers on Nov 29th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 13th-year Timberwolves (since 2010) feuded with the 2016-2017 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year Eiffel Towers (since 2012).


Jake Thompson, the captain of the Timberwolves, acquired the perfect start for his team as he rifled in three goals for a hat trick, while Steven Dender and Glenn Thoben also scored to secure a 5-0 edge.

 

Matt Thomas, Glenn Thoben, Colin Doenz, Ryan Johnson, Anthony (AJ) Taillon, Steven Dender, and Eric Taillon provided the rigorous passing for the Timberwolves.

 

The Eiffel Towers' Mitchell Devitt went on a counterassault with the aid of Matt Krystofiak to end the first period at 5-1.

 

Nick Saar and Brad Williamson, with the support of Brett Threndyle and Jackson Kostiuk, narrowed the gap for the Eiffel Towers in the next period to 5-3.

 

Eric Taillon, Jake Thompson, who achieved his 300th career goal, Glenn Thoben, who scored twice, including his third and hat trick goal, and Anthony (AJ) Taillon then compiled another five-score offensive for the Timberwolves with the assistance of Glenn Thoben, Ryan Johnson, Eric Taillon, Tory Nilson, Anthony (AJ) Taillon, Matt Thomas, and Will Croft.

 

The Eiffel Towers' Brad Williamson and Colby Kawa fired back to conclude the middle round at 10-5 for the Timberwolves.

 

In the finale, Jake Thompson and Matt Thomas pulled the triggers for the Timberwolves to extend their lead to 12-5. Matt Thomas, Ryan Johnson, and Colin Doenz supplied the ammunition.

 

Mitchell Devitt, the specialist marksman, eliminated one more target for the Eiffel Towers with the help of the Jr. B Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, Cam McCormack, and Jordan Johnson on the power play to settle the final score at 12-6 for the triumphant Timberwolves.

 

The Timberwolves' victory was engineered by Glenn Thoben and Jake Thompson.

 

Glenn Thoben attained an incredible six points on the strength of a hat trick and three assists.

 

Jake Thompson had an outstanding five goal performance, including his 300th career goal.

 

Matt Thomas and Ryan Johnson both notched excellent four-point showings, while a major three-point display was possessed by Anthony (AJ) Taillon and Eric Taillon for the Timberwolves.

 

Steven Dender, Colin Doenz, and Tory Nilson of the Timberwolves gained a strong two points apiece.

 

Aaron Pahl, the Timberwolves' netminder and an alumnus of the Sr. Bienfait Coalers, silenced 28 attempts in the win.

 

The Eiffel Towers' directors of offence were Mitchell Devitt and Brad Williamson, each of whom tallied a great pair of goals.

 

Jordan Johnson, the goaltender of the Eiffel Towers, rejected 22 shots from the Timberwolves.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Hardfor Whales vs. TigerBuffs on Nov 29th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The seventh-year Hardfor Whales (since 2016) jousted with the 2015 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 13th-year TigerBuffs (since 2010).


Michael Proppe ignited a five-score eruption for the Hardfor Whales along with Mitch Devitt, their captain Taylor Odishaw, Jon Odishaw, and Alex Betschart off of the stringent passing of Jon Odishaw, Theo Odishaw, Kyle Coutts, Brett Tate, Alex Betschart, and Logan Evans.

 

Rob Carr struck back for the TigerBuffs with the assistance of Derek Bishop and the Jr. A Canmore Eagles' alumnus, Kevin Leonard, to settle the first period at 5-1 for the Hardfor Whales.

In the second chapter, the TigerBuffs were reenergized and went on an all-out offensive with Bradley Kerwin and their special forces sharpshooters Mike Brady, Michael McColl, and Jake Bendall taking charge on the power plays to finish with a collective of four goals. Alex Wray, Chris Lawrence, Shaun Collins, and Mike Brady supplied the ammunition.

 

Taylor Odishaw, with the support of Logan Evans, fired it in for the Hardfor Whales to conclude the middle round with a 6-5 advantage.

 

Brett Tate and Everest Jason collaborated to send in Michael Proppe, who obtained his second goal of the match in the finale to ensure the triumph of the Hardfor Whales as they skated off with a 7-5 edge.

 

Theo Odishaw and Brett Tate topped the Hardfor Whales' scoring charts in their victory with great three-point showings.

 

The Hardfor Whales' six-shooter was composed of Taylor Odishaw, Michael Proppe, Alex Betschart, Jon Odishaw, Kyle Coutts, and Logan Evans, who had a collective six goals and six assists for a strong two points apiece.

 

Jordan Ribecco, the goalkeeper of the Hardfor Whales, suppressed 23 shots in the win.

 

The TigerBuffs were guided by Chris Lawrence, Mike Brady, and Alex Wray.

 

Chris Lawrence possessed a major three-point display, while Mike Brady and Alex Wray each gained two very good points.

 

The TigerBuffs' goaltender, Brendan Olson, stymied 25 attempts from the Hardfor Whales.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Whiskey Jacks vs. Penguins on Nov 28th
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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2017-2018 CAHL Cup Champions, the 10th-year Whiskey Jacks (since 2013), collided with the 12th-year Penguins (since 2011).


Logan Simmonds secured the lone goal of the opening period to strengthen the Whiskey Jacks' position on the scoreboard to 1-0.

 

The Whiskey Jacks' last line of defence, Noah Melnychuk, stonewalled all 10 shots from the Penguins for a flawless 100% stoppage rate.

 

In the next round, Richard Newitt and Logan Simmonds propelled the Whiskey Jacks even further, to 3-0, off of the fine feeds from Michael Rosloot, their captain Brian Eastman, and Justin Lockhart.

 

Colby Rempfer struck back for the Penguins with the assistance of Ryan Volpi to slash the shortfall down to 3-1.

 

The Penguins' special weapons and tactics sharpshooter, Isaac Boudreau, then lined up his scope sights with the mark between the frigid posts and pulled the trigger, while on the power play, to reduce the margin to 3-2 in the finale as Avery Sakundiak and the captain, Ryan Curry, provided the vulcanized bullet.

 

Fifty-four seconds later, Ryan Curry fired in the game-tying goal with the support of Avery Sakundiak and the Jr. B Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, Scott Bahcheli, to equilibrate the engagement at 3-3 and send it to the deciding best-of-three shootout.

 

Who was going to come through in the clutch?

 

Brian Eastman did as all great leaders do and answered the call when his team needed him the most, as he captured the 4-3 shootout and game-winning goal for the triumphant Whiskey Jacks.

 

Logan Simmonds and Brian Eastman orchestrated the Whiskey Jacks' victory with big two-point showings.

 

Noah Melnychuk, the Whiskey Jacks' netminder, suppressed 29 out of the 32 chances by the Penguins for a strong .906 save percentage in the win.

 

The Penguins were guided by Ryan Curry and Avery Sakundiak, each of whom finished with very good two-point displays.

 

In the crease, Brad Boivin obstructed 25 attempts from the Whiskey Jacks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dirty Mike & the Boys vs. Panthers on Nov 28th
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Tuesday, November 29, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2014-2015 and 2018-2019 CAHL Cup Champions, the 12th-year Dirty Mike & the Boys (since 2011), warred against the 2012-2013 CAHL Cup Champions, the 16th-year Panthers (since 2007).

 

Within a span of 58 seconds, Jackson Hawton pierced the protected goal line for his eighth straight game, not once, but twice, as he lifted his Panthers' brothers to a 2-0 edge with the support of Marc Miller, Dustin Honing, who is an alumnus of the Texas Tech University Red Raiders, and Mark Harper.

 

Playing in his 497th career CAHL game, the specialist Adam Ludwar squeezed the trigger to decimate the enemy target while on the power play, which elevated the Panthers to 3-0. Dustin Honing and Marc Miller supplied the ammunition.

 

Already in possession of two generous assists, it was Miller time as Marc Miller collected his reward with the unleashing of a heatseeker to extend the Panthers' 3-0 lead to 4-0 with the assistance of Dustin Honing and Jackson Hawton.

 

The Panthers' anti-missile defence system, Tyler Fornwald, a Jr. B High River Flyers' alumnus, struck down all 11 invasive munitions for a perfect 100% stoppage rate in the first conflict.

 

In the next chapter, Jeff Barrett, an alumnus of the Mount Royal University Cougars, finally solved the challenge for the Dirty Mike & the Boys as he scorched the inner white meshing with the continuation of his searing 1.4 goals-per-game clip with his seventh goal in just his fifth game. Brenden Birdsell and the Jr. A Victoria Grizzlies' alumnus, Trevor Chown, contributed the vulcanized munition which narrowed the score from 4-0 to 4-1.

 

Forty-five seconds later, Patrick McInnis countered to regain the four-tally advantage for the Panthers with the support of Jackson Hawton and Adam Ludwar to close out the first round up 5-1.

 

Having skipped the first course, and with only an appetizer in the second, the Dirty Mike & the Boys were famished and waited no time to feast upon the Panthers as they devoured two entrées within a 41-second span just 1:28 after the start of the finale to reduce the shortfall to 5-3.

 

Justin Oliverio, a Jr. B Northwest Calgary Stampeders' alumnus, and Dante Fortugno took the first bites for the Dirty Mike & the Boys, while Dante Fortugno, Trevor Chown, and Jeff Barrett delivered the pristine dishes.

 

Then, at the eight minute mark, it was the perfect time for the Dirty Mike & the Boys' Jeff Barrett to acquire his eighth goal of the season to splinter the deficit to only one at 5-4, as he was supported by Brenden Birdsell.

 

It was now down to the final minute of the game, and the seconds continued to disappear.

 

He was faced with an 85-by-75-foot span of hostile, enemy terrain. However, the Dirty Mike & the Boys' Rob Geddes utilized his muscle memory from his 444 career goals with 44 seconds remaining to infiltrate that distance to alter his team's score from four to five and increase his goal total from 444 to 445 with his last-minute heroics, which sent the contest into the best of three shootout. Brenden Birdsell and Mikko Oliverio provided the meticulous passes.

 

Rob Geddes was the regulation-time hero; who was going to be the shootout hero? We were going to soon discover the answer.

 

After the first five skaters were thwarted by Tyler Fornwald of the Panthers and the Jr. C Springbank Rockies' alumnus, Taylor Rudkin of the Dirty Mike & the Boys, it was down to the final shooter of the Panthers.

 

It was the captain, Dustin Honing, who skated down the ice and seized the moment as he captured his jersey number matching 26th goal of the season for the shootout and game winning goal for his 50th point of the season to clinch the Panthers' 6-5 triumph.

 

The Panthers' victory was conducted by Jackson Hawton and Dustin Honing, each of whom achieved an excellent four-point performance.

 

A major three-point outing was earned by Marc Miller, while Adam Ludwar gained a strong pair of points for the Panthers.

 

Tyler Fornwald, the goalie of the Panthers, suppressed 31 attempts in the win.

 

The Dirty Mike & the Boys were steered by Jeff Barrett, Brenden Birdsell, Trevor Chown, and Rob Geddes.

 

Jeff Barrett, Brenden Birdsell, and Trevor Chown all notched great three-point showings, while Rob Geddes guaranteed the Dirty Mike & the Boys the team point with the crucial late comeback goal.

 

Dante Fortugno reaped two very good points for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

Taylor Rudkin, the keeper of the Dirty Mike & the Boys, stymied 26 chances by the Panthers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lycans vs. King Cobras on Nov 27th
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Monday, November 28, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year Lycans (since 2012), feuded with the sixth-year King Cobras (since 2017).
 

A vast eighty-nine-foot span stood between him and the opposition goal line as the enemies lined up for the opening face-off.

 

Then, only 13 heartbeats were needed to propel Jamie Monaghan to infiltrate that distance, line up his laser sight, and pull the trigger to eliminate the first hostile target just 13 seconds into the battle.

 

Not long after that, with 2:33 having disappeared from the clock, Jamie Monaghan went on another mission, with Joel Mills on the lookout, and unleashed another black bullet to strengthen the Lycans' position even further to 2-0.

 

Facing a two-count shortfall, the King Cobras called their doctor, who came to the rescue as Doc D (Dale) Utigard bookended a three-goal flare-up with a pair of goals, while Logan Bondy provided the middle tally to overtake the lead at 3-2.

 

Matthew Hylton, Conlen Harley, Nick Rosen, Chips (Mat) Middleton, Trevor Rosen, and Josh Ceccato contributed the spot-on passing for the King Cobras.

 

In the second period, Will Buckler and Chips (Mat) Middleton continued where the King Cobras had left off as they amplified their advantage from 3-2 to 5-2 off of the feeds from Matthew Hylton, Nick Rosen, and Trevor Rosen.

 

Just over five minutes later, Jamie Monaghan commanded another offensive for the Lycans as he first, along with the captain Tom Phan, set up Joel Mills, who fired in the deficit-reducing marker to narrow the gap to 5-4, before he then rifled in another shot himself to complete his hat trick, which brought the shortfall down to only one at 5-4. Tom Phan supplied the ammunition.

 

Sixty-five seconds into the finale, Doc D (Dale) Utigard, with the support of Josh Ceccato and Trevor Rosen, initiated his third rocket launch sequence to notch both a hat trick and some insurance for the King Cobras as he elevated their standing to 6-4.

 

Nick Rosen then assisted Matthew Hylton, who heightened the edge of the King Cobras to 7-4 as they captured the two-point triumph.

 

The King Cobras' victory was directed by Doc D (Dale) Utigard, who put on a top-flight hat trick performance.

 

Matthew Hylton, Nick Rosen, and Trevor Rosen each earned a great three-point showing, while Chips (Mat) Middleton and Josh Ceccato both reaped two very good points apiece for the King Cobras.

 

James Rae, the King Cobras' goalkeeper, halted 10 chances by the Lycans in the win.

 

The Lycans were energized by Jamie Monaghan, who attained an excellent four-point display on the strength of a hat trick and an assist.

 

Joel Mills and Tom Phan finished with strong two-point outputs for the Lycans.

 

Nick Knox, the Lycans' goalie, stymied 32 breach attempts from the King Cobras.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tea Bag of Justice vs. The Regretzkys on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2012-2013 CAHL Cup Champions, the 14th-year Tea Bag of Justice (since 2009), scuffled with the first-year The Regretzkys (since 2022).


Luke Schamber, an alumnus of the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold, with the assistance of Jordan McMillan, who is a NAIT Ooks' alumna, and Cole Bottomley, initiated a four-score first period outburst for The Regretzkys.

 

Chase Bonertz, the captain who notched a pair, and Tristin Funk also scored for The Regretzkys.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice somehow did even better with their own five-tally eruption in the opener off of the blades of Joe Perry, who had a vital shorthander, Andrew Bolger, Jon Gracewood, who is their captain, Ian Gillies, and Adam Vesterback, to conclude the initial chapter with a 5-4 advantage.


Cole Bottomley, James Yan, who is a Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Matthew Dagenais, an alumnus of the AAA Edge School Prep, Elias Girgulis, who is a Jr. B Calgary Buffalo Rangers' alumnus, Luke Schamber, and Jordan McMillan contributed the precise passes for The Regretzkys.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice's playmakers were Ian Gillies, Brady McQueen, Andrew Bolger, John Smith, Joe Perry, and Rodiov Cuznetov.

 

In the next period, Brady McQueen fired in a pair of goals to extend the Tea Bag of Justice's lead to 7-4 off of the feeds from Ian Gillies, Joe Perry, Chris Bolssonneault, and Andrew Bolger.

 

Matthew Doerksen, with the support of Ethan Beatty and Elias Girgulis, took the reins and pulled The Regretzkys even closer on the scoreboard to 7-5.

 

Over a span of 15 seconds, Chase Bonertz first completed his hat trick as he crushed a power play chance for The Regretzkys, slicing the deficit down to only one at 7-6.

 

Then, Luke Schamber, with the assistance of Spencer Branscombe, completed the comeback mission of The Regretzkys as he balanced the score at 7-7.

 

There was no scoring in the finale, which only meant one thing: it was going to have to be decided by a best-of-three shooutout.

 

Someone was going to skate off the ice as a hero. It was just a matter of who it would be.

 

He was the third and final shooter. Adam Vesterback then seized and captured the moment for his Tea Bag of Justice teammates with the shootout winning goal to send his team off with the 8-7 triumph.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice's victory was engineered by the formidable five of Brady McQueen, Andrew Bolger, Ian Gillies, Joe Perry, and Adam Vesterback, who had a collective 16 points.

 

Brady McQueen and Andrew Bolger both achieved excellent four-point performances.

 

Ian Gillies, Joe Perry, and Adam Vesterback all notched major showings as Ian Gillies and Joe Perry each racked up three points, while Adam Vesterback gained two goals, including the shootout winner.

 

Andrew May, the goaltender of the Tea Bag of Justice, stifled eight chances from The Regretzkys in the win.

 

The Regretzkys were powered by Chase Bonertz and Luke Schamber, each of whom exhibited great displays with a hat trick and a pair of goals, respectively.

 

Cole Bottomley, Elias Girgulis, and Jordan McMillan finished with a strong two points apiece for The Regretzkys.

 

The keeper of The Regretzkys, Will Kyueh, stymied 14 attempts by the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Young Bucks vs. Purple Haze on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2019 Summer and 2022 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the sixth-year Young Bucks (since 2017), duelled with the ninth-year Purple Haze (since 2014).

 

Jensen Kwan pressed the ignition of the Young Bucks offence and secured the opening 1-0 lead with the aid of Chris Pedersen.

 

In the second period, Brennan MacLean and Alex Mombourquette increased the edge of the Young Bucks to 3-0 as Nick Sayer, Marcus McCambly, and Brennan MacLean supplied the pristine dishes.

 

Dylan Wittinger struck back for the Purple Haze to slash the shortfall down to 3-1 with the support of Ryan Kallis and the Jr. C Eastern Shore Thunder alumnus, Graeme Saxberg.

 

Additional shots were fired in the last chapter as Alex Mombourquette and Brennan MacLean, who notched a big shorthander, pulled the triggers for the Young Bucks, while Akash Sekar and Kyle Gurash launched the rockets for the Purple Haze to settle the final score at 5-3 for the triumphant Young Bucks.

 

Brennan MacLean, Liam Laidlaw, Chris Pedersen, and the goalkeeper, Luke Winquist, were the Young Bucks' playmakers. Dylan Wittinger, Kelly Bagley, Ryan Kallis, and Graeme Saxberg all provided assistance for the Purple Haze.

 

The Young Bucks' victory was conducted by Brennan MacLean and Luke Winquist.

 

Brennan MacLean stockpiled an excellent four points on the strength of a pair of goals and assists.

 

Luke Winquist repelled 29 of the 32 attempts for a strong .906 save percentage in the win.

 

Alex Mombourquette gained a major two-goal output, while Chris Pedersen distributed a generous pair of helpers.

 

The Purple Haze were guided by Dylan Wittinger, Ryan Kallis, and Graeme Saxberg, each of whom had a very good two-point showing.
 

Jorgen Elsborg, the goaltender of the Purple Haze, rejected 23 shots from the Young Bucks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tyro Maniacs vs. Chargers on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2007-2008, 2008-2009, and 2016-2017 CAHL Cup Champions, the 17th-year Tyro Maniacs (since 2006), feuded against the seventh-year Chargers (since 2016).

 

Brendon Crane picked up right where he had left off after his eight-point output last game as he ignited the Tyro Maniacs' offence to gain a 1-0 advantage with the support of Jade Simeon and Robert Statham.

Adam Nixon, Brendan Koch, Thomas Gilman, and Dan Cyca assembled a four-score offensive for the Chargers, as the spot-on passes were supplied by Thomas Gilman, Liam McLeod, Andy Grubbe, Mike Cyca, Adam Nixon, Brendan Koch, and Andy Grubbe, to take a 4-1 lead.

 

The Tyro Maniacs' Jim Bent, who was bolstered by Brendon Crane and Aaron Young Jr., closed out the first period scoring to narrow the gap to 4-2.

In the next chapter, Brendon Crane and Robert Statham, who had a key shorthander, collectively modified the Tyro Maniacs' position on the scoreboard, as they doubled the two to a four to equilibrate the contest off of the feeds from Darius Chiniquay, Jade Simeon, and Joe Nitychoruk.

 

Andy Grubbe reacquired the edge for the Chargers at 5-4 to cap off the middle round.

 

Over a span of 3:55 in the final period, the dangerous trio of Darius Chiniquay, Joe Nitychoruk, and Aaron Young Jr. took the reins and propelled the Tyro Maniacs from a 5-4 deficit to skate off with a 7-5 triumph. Chris Ludtke, Jim Bent, Brendon Crane, and Kevin Whitwham were the playmakers.

 

The Tyro Maniacs' victory was energized by Brendon Crane, who amassed an outstanding five points.

 

Jim Bent, Darius Chiniquay, Joe Nitychoruk, Robert Statham, Aaron Young Jr., Chris Ludtke, and Jade Simeon all gained a strong two-point outing for the Tyro Maniacs.

 

Gabriel Young, the goalie of the Tyro Maniacs, produced 32 saves in the win.

 

The Chargers were guided by the great three-point showing of Andy Grubbe.

 

Thomas Gilman, Brendan Koch, Adam Nixon, and Liam McLeod each collected two very good points for the Chargers.
 

Their goaltender, Barry Davies, repelled 21 attempts from the Tyro Maniacs.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

King Cobras vs. Bumble Berries on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This siege was between the sixth-year King Cobras (since 2017) and the third-year Bumble Berries (since 2020).


Conlen Harley lined up the six-by-four opening within his scope sights and propelled the vulcanized munition, which took hold of a 1-0 lead for the King Cobras with the assistance of Chips (Mat) Middleton and Brendan Schmidt.

Ben Pierce, who was bolstered by Connor Masterson, obtained payback for the Bumble Berries to equalize the match at 1-1.

 

With just 14 seconds displayed on the clock, Josh Ceccato reacquired the lead at 2-1 for the King Cobras off of the feeds from Brendan Schmidt and Dom Spadafora to close out the first period.

 

The King Cobras continued to strengthen their foothold on the scoreboard with a three-tally second chapter due to the pinpoint accuracy of Chips (Mat) Middleton, who scored twice, and Nick Rosen, as they were set up by Aaron Cleveland, who is an alumnus of the AAA Calgary Northstars Blazers, Conlen Harley, and Chips (Mat) Middleton.

 

Derek Unterberger countered for the Bumble Berries with the support of Tyler Garcia and Luke Braun to settle the second round at 5-2 for the King Cobras.

 

The knight of the King Cobras' castle, Cole Hardy, sought and destroyed 17 of the 18 incoming attacks to finish the round with a tremendous .944 stoppage rate.

 

In the finale, Luke Braun and Ben Pierce, with the help of Max Braun, Luke Braun, and Tyler Garcia, sheared the Bumble Berries' deficit down from 5-2 to 5-4. However, the King Cobras' last line of defence, Cole Hardy, safeguarded the one-score margin for the rest of the journey to send the King Cobras off the ice with the 5-4 victory.

 

Cole Hardy and Chips (Mat) Middleton were the architects of the King Cobras' triumph.

 

A colossal total of 37 saves were amassed by Cole Hardy for a strong .902 save percentage in the win.

 

Chips (Mat) Middleton achieved an excellent four-point showing.

 

Conlen Harley racked up a major three-point output, while Brendan Schmidt gained a very good pair of points for the King Cobras.

 

The Bumble Berries were steered by Luke Braun and Ben Pierce, who had great displays of three points and two goals, respectively.

 

Tyler Garcia also notched a big two-point result for the Bumble Berries, while their goalie Andy Robertson stymied 11 chances by the King Cobras.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Pylons vs. Knights on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation was between the 2007 Summer, 2011-2012, 2016-2017, 2018 Summer, and 2019 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 17th-year Pylons (since 2006), and the 2017-2018 CAHL Cup Champions, the eighth-year Knights (since 2015).

 

Duane Laurendeau, Daniel Winnick, and Nathan Merritt utilized their collective skill set to acquire a 3-0 advantage for the Knights and give them a perfect start, as Calvin Gerlitz, who is an alumnus of the Jr. B Calgary Buffalo Blackhawks, Nathan Merritt, Alex Brownlee, and Carson Lock contributed the spot-on feeds.

 

In the second period, the Knights assembled another three-strong scoring spree off the blades of Glen Rees, Nathan Merritt, and their captain, Matt Danko, with the meticulous passes from Carson Lock, Calvin Gerlitz, Daniel Winnick, and Alex Brownlee, as they extended their lead to 6-0.

 

The Knights' special forces sniper Carson Lock went on a counteroffensive in the finale and rifled in a shorthander with the assistance of his spotter Nathan Merritt to elevate their upper hand to 7-0.

 

Kevin Malcom, the specialist marksman, fought back for the Pylons as he crushed their power play opportunity to modify the score to 7-1 with the support of Chris Dawson and Rory Livingston.

 

The Pylons' Kyle Stewart, who was aided by Matt Thibault and Dale MacPherson, then destroyed one more opposition target between the freezing red posts to settle the final score at a 7-2 triumph for the Knights.

 

Nathan Merritt and Carson Lock led the Knights to victory with their excellent four-point performances.

 

Calvin Gerlitz notched a great three points, while Daniel Winnick and Alex Brownlee each gained a strong two-point showing for the Knights.

 

Cody Schubert, the goalie of the Knights, stifled 25 of 27 shots for a powerful .926 save percentage in the win.

 

The Pylons were guided by Kevin Malcom and Kyle Stewart, who finished with a good goal each.

 

Mike Johnson, the goaltender of the Pylons, stymied a total of 31 attempts from the Knights.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Lycans vs. Phillies on Nov 26th
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Sunday, November 27, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year Lycans (since 2012), duelled with the 2019 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 13th-year Phillies (since 2010).

 

Eric Henderson kept up his torrid goal-per-game pace with his eighth goal of the season in just as many games for his 600th career point, which strengthened the Phillies' position on the scoreboard to 1-0 with the assistance of Matt Donais and Aaron Faulds.

In the next period, Tom Phan, the captain of the Lycans, bookended a three-score outburst over a 3:41 span with a pair of goals. Lucas Yu also scored, while Justin Castelino, Dino Cesario, and Mark Phan provided the precision passing.
 

Aaron Faulds, the captain Andrew Faulds, and Jason Hennig countered for the Phillies with their own three-tally response to regain their lead off the feeds from Jason Hennig, Graham Elliot, Aaron Faulds, and Shane Harbourne.

 

Faced with a one-count deficit in the finale, Lucas Yu jumped out onto the ice with only a comeback on his mind, and he crushed that objective as he equalized the engagement at 4-4.

 

The last line of defence, Nick Knox, did the rest for the Lycans as he stopped all 12 of 12 shots for a flawless 100% stoppage rate to send it to the best of three shootout.

 

Who was going to be the hero? One way or another, we were going to soon find out.

 

He was the third and final shooter, and Tom Phan did not disappoint, as he came through in the clutch with a heroic finish and captured the 5-4 shootout triumph for the Lycans with his third and hat trick goal.

 

The Lycans' victory was orchestrated by Nick Knox, Tom Phan, and Lucas Yu.

 

Nick Knox stood valiantly on guard in front of the six-by-four fortress, as he amassed a herculean total of 50 saves on 54 attempts for a superb .926 save percentage in the win.

 

Tom Phan achieved an excellent hat trick performance, including the vital shootout winner. Lucas Yu notched a great pair of goals.

 

Justin Castelino also had possession of a strong two-point showing for the Lycans.

 

The Phillies were propelled by Aaron Faulds and Jason Hennig, each of whom had a major three-point display.

 

Graham Elliot reaped two very good points for the Phillies.

 

Dave Mallory, the goalkeeper of the Phillies, thwarted 10 chances by the Lycans.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Swedish Berries vs. Man Rockets on Nov 25th
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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the fifth-year Swedish Berries (since 2018), tussled with the 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the second-year Man Rockets (since 2021).

 

Within a 31-second span, just 3:35 into the game, Tom Bladen fired in a pair of goals to grasp an early 2-0 advantage for the Swedish Berries with the assistance of their captain, Cayden Murray, who notched both primary assists, Devon Stunt, and Dawson O'Brien.

 

Devon Stunt then, after setting up Tom Bladen, initiated the next rocket launch sequence to extend the Swedish Berries' lead to 3-0, as he was supported by Joey Ell and Brendon Bloder.

 

In the middle period, the Jr. A Calgary Canucks' alumnus, Chandler Irvin, who already had 17 points in November for the CAHL Top Scorer of the Month Award race, secured his 18th point to slice the Man Rockets' gap down to 3-1. The captain, Brady Reid, and Brandon Harrison provided the meticulous passes.

 

The Man Rockets started the finale on the man advantage, and their specialist Brady Reid ensured that he demolished the objective as he splintered their score shortage from 3-1 to 3-2 with the assistance of Brandon Harrison and Alex Papadoulis.

 

Unsatisfied with the divide, Brady Reid's work was not yet completed as he then lined up the opposition target within his scope sights and launched the black bullet, which disintegrated the hostile mark and the entire deficit.

 

After the smoke cleared, 3-3 was displayed on the scoreboard.

 

The Man Rockets' Landon Bergh, who is an alumnus of the Jr. B Cochrane Generals, and Chandler Irvin supplied the ammunition for Brady Reid.

 

It was a new game; however, the Man Rockets wasted no time as they only needed the next 82 seconds to finally take the lead due to their sharpshooter, Brandon Harrison, who was aided by Jordan Hughes and Al Doucet.

 

The last line of defence, Garret Fraser, safeguarded the fortress of the Man Rockets during the remainder of their journey to capture the dramatic 4-3 come-from-behind triumph.

 

Brady Reid, Brandon Harrison, and Chandler Irvin engineered the victory for the Man Rockets.

 

A great three-point showing was put on by Brady Reid and Brandon Harrison, while Chandler Irvin finished with two very good points.

 

An alumnus of the Jr. B Cochrane Generals, Garret Fraser, the keeper of the Man Rockets, stifled 20 attempts from the Swedish Berries in the win.

 

The Swedish Berries were energized by the trio of Tom Bladen, Devon Stunt, and Cayden Murray, each of whom earned a strong two-point display.
 

On top of the blue paint, Zachary Thurston repelled 24 shots from the Man Rockets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ambrose University Lions vs. Snipers on Nov 25th
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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2018-2019 CAHL Cup Champions, the 15th-year Ambrose University Lions (since 2008), duelled with the sixth-year Snipers (since 2017).

 

Adrian Roefs, Gord Kennedy, Kevin Tokunaga, and Bryan Adams possessed the eye of the tiger as they attacked with such ferocity that they had the Ambrose University Lions on the ropes with a perfect 4-0 first round for the Snipers. Gord Kennedy, Kevin Tokunaga, and Tyler Foster were their cornermen.

 

In the next chapter, as the Ambrose University Lions' Ethan Babcock jumped over the boards, he decided that he was going to be unstoppable today and then put it into action.

 

It was always preceded by that distinct sound of razor-sharp steel cutting through the ice.

 

Each and every time, it was concluded with the rippling of the inner white meshing as Ethan Babcock fired in his 12th, 13th, and 14th goals of the season for the natural hat trick.

 

Tommy Titterington and a second Babcock, Elijah Babcock, were the brothers-in-arms who contributed the precision passing for the Ambrose University Lions

 

Determined to stop the momentum shift, the marksman, Calum Brown, squeezed the trigger to strengthen the position of the Snipers from 4-3 to 5-3. Arick Willems and Kyle Baldwin supplied the vulcanized munition.

 

Then, it was Dawson Wollf's turn as he sheared the Ambrose University Lions' deficit back down to one at 5-4 with the aid of Ethan Babcock.

 

The rest of Ethan Babcock's story for this battle was not yet told.

 

In the finale, he not only rifled in his 15th goal in his eighth game to equalize the engagement at 5-5, he then launched his 16th for a total of five goals to take a 6-5 lead.

 

Dawson Wollf, a Jr. B Chilliwack Jets' alumnus, then joined him in the double digits with his 10th eliminated target, while Elijah Babcock secured one more score to capture a stunning turnaround triumph of 8-5 for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

Elijah Babcock, Charlie Titterington, Ethan Babcock, and Jesse Cunningham were the Ambrose University Lions' playmakers in the final period.

 

The victory of the Ambrose University Lions was orchestrated by the dominant eight-point performance of Ethan Babcock, who achieved an incredible five goals, including the game-winner, and three assists.

 

Elijah Babcock earned an outstanding five-point showing for the Ambrose University Lions, while Dawson Wollf owned a major two-goal display.

 

Nathan Huston, the goalkeeper of the Ambrose University Lions, turned back 14 attempts in the win.

 

The Snipers were powered by the great three points of Gord Kennedy and the strong two-point display of Kevin Tokunaga.

 

Between the posts, Jeff Hiscock stymied 12 chances by the Ambrose University Lions.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Rug Doctors vs. The Pylons on Nov 25th
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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation was between the 16th-year Rug Doctors (since 2007) and the 2013-2014 and 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the 13th-year The Pylons (since 2010).

 

Brandon Egli continued his scalding pace of 1.33 goals per game as he acquired the first goal of the battle for the Rug Doctors off the precision passing of Jay DeBoice and another Egli, Spencer Egli.
 

The Pylons' Dean Foster struck back to equalize the match at 1-1 with the support of their captain, Tom Strangward, and Colin Marshall.

 

Craig Greenwood and Spencer Egli propelled their teammate Scott Tobin, who infiltrated the opposition territory and left after the decimation of an enemy target for a 2-1 edge.

 

The Pylons launched 19 missiles in the next round; however, the anti-weapons system Tom Joines sought and destroyed each and every invasive munition to finish with a flawless display. Tom Joines had thwarted 29 of the 30 attempts after the first two chapters for an incredible .967 clip.

 

In the finale, Tom Strangward took the reins and equilibrated the engagement at 2-2 with the assistance of Cameron Jamieson and Dean Foster for The Pylons to send it to the best of three shootout.

 

There was only going to be one hero on this night, and after the first three rounds failed to determine a winner, it entered sudden death, and that was when Brent De Decker seized his opportunity in the spotlight as he captured the dramatic 3-2 shootout victory for The Pylons.

 

The Pylons' triumph was engineered by Bobby Fowler, Dean Foster, Tom Strangward, and Brent De Decker.

 

Bobby Fowler denied 20 of the 22 chances by the Rug Doctors for a strong .909 stoppage rate in the win.

 

Dean Foster and Tom Strangward both notched big two-point outings, while Brent De Decker tallied the crucial shootout and game winning goal.

 

The Rug Doctors were energized by Tom Joines, who stifled a colossal total of 40 out of 43 shots for a superb .930 save percentage.

 

Spencer Egli gained a very good two-point showing, while Brandon Egli and Scott Tobin each reaped a good goal apiece for the Rug Doctors.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Richco Rangers vs. Mighty Schmucks on Nov 25th
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Saturday, November 26, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2011-2012, 2015-2016, 2016 Summer, and 2018-2019 CAHL Cup Champions, the 12th-year Richco Rangers (since 2011), combatted the ninth-year Mighty Schmucks (since 2014).

 

Just one minute and forty-nine seconds after the start of the match, Tim Fournier gave the Richco Rangers a 1-0 upper hand off the crisp passing of Andrew Cochrane.

 

Andre Gransbois added some insurance for the Richco Rangers with the aid of Dylan Kempin and Levi Mah to heighten their edge to 2-0.
 

As they faced the shortfall, the Mighty Schmucks' Joel McCallum and Joey Flamant utilized their collective expertise to shatter the deficit and equalize the affair at 2-2. Kyle Worden, Evan Benjamin, Cam Houston, and Ryan Forsythe contributed the pinpoint feeds.

 

Joel McCallum and Evan Benjamin continued the Mighty Schmucks' mission in the next round, as they strengthened their position on the scoreboard to 4-2 with the assistance of Joel McCallum and Kyle Worden.

 

The Richco Rangers' Dylan Kempin, with his wingmen Jeremy Vonrieben and Dan Clark, then piloted into the enemy's airspace and launched a heatseeker, which split the frozen posts to narrow the gap to 4-3.

 

In the finale, Dylan Kempin acquired his second consecutive goal of the contest to tie it up at 4-4 for the Richco Rangers. Dan Clark and Tim Fournier supplied the dishes.

 

Over a period of 1:46, the sharpshooters Ryan Forsythe and Cam Houston seized a two-score advantage for the Mighty Schmucks with the support of Joey Flamant and Ryan Forsythe to capture a 6-4 triumph.

 

The Mighty Schmucks' victory was propelled by Joel McCallum, Joey Flamant, and Ryan Forsythe, each of whom notched a great three-point showing.

 

Evan Benjamin, Cam Houston, and Kyle Worden all finished with a strong pair of points for the Mighty Schmucks.

 

Danny Gardner, the netminder and captain, collected 24 saves in the win.

 

Dylan Kempin guided the Richco Rangers with a major three-point outing.

 

Tim Fournier and Dan Clark both had two very good points for the Richco Rangers.

 

The goalie of the Richco Rangers, Matt Haines, stymied 18 attempts from the Mighty Schmucks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Timberwolves vs. Brewstars on Nov 24th
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Friday, November 25, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This siege was between the 13th-year Timberwolves (since 2010) and the 14th-year Brewstars (since 2009).

 

Derek Martin of the Timberwolves and Samuel Heywood of the Brewstars, the knights of their fortresses, utilized their shields and armour to perfectly fend off all eight and seven attacks, respectively, to conclude the first chapter with an equilibrium of 0-0.

 

Forty-nine seconds into the next round, Lee Fruson, an alumnus of the AAA Medicine Hat Hounds, led the heavy cavalry, including TJ Ruohio and Stu Robertson, on a battlefield charge while they had the man advantage to take the first score of the conflict at 1-0.

 

Precisely 10 minutes later, Matt Thomas, the Timberwolves' expert archer with six targets eliminated in his previous six excursions, drew back the bowstring and destroyed his seventh bull's-eye as he was covered by Steven Dender and Anthony (AJ) Taillon to equilibrate the engagement at 1-1.

 

Joey Hunter, along with Cody Healy, then went on the next mission for the Timberwolves, and with one swing of his blade, Joey Hunter sliced open the opposition mark to gain a 2-1 advantage.

 

In the finale, the Timberwolves' Derek Martin and the Brewstars' Samuel Heywood, an alumnus of the AAA Calgary Royals, were once again unbeatable as they obstructed all infiltration attempts to settle the final score at 2-1 for the triumphant Timberwolves.

 

The Timberwolves' victory was commanded by Derek Martin, who singlehandedly thwarted 20 of the 21 invasive projectiles for a superb .952 save percentage.

 

Joey Hunter and Matt Thomas notched a good goal each, while Steven Dender, Cody Healy, and Anthony (AJ) Taillon finished with a solid assist apiece for the Timberwolves.

 

Lee Fruson and Samuel Heywood directed the Brewstars.

 

A nice goal was tallied by Lee Fruson.

 

Samuel Heywood, the keeper of the Brewstars, denied 20 of 22 shots for a strong .909 stoppage rate.

 

The Brewstars' Stu Robertson and TJ Ruohio both contributed a generous setup.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

CANA Worms vs. Penguins on Nov 24th
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Friday, November 25, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This bout was between the 14th-year CANA Worms (since 2009) and the 12th-year Penguins (since 2011).


Seventy-one seconds. That was all it took for Mitch Kulikoski to lift the CANA Worms into the lead after the opening face-off.


Six minutes later, it was Mitch Kulikoski, once again, who insured his own first goal with another for a 2-0 edge off the pinpoint passing of Ben Goulay and Dylan Schlosser.

 

The top scorer of the Penguins, Skyler Nagorski, who is on a searing pace of nearly three points per game, had seen enough and placed the opening of the icy six-by-four frame within his scope sights and squeezed the trigger to propel the vulcanized bullet piercingly through the red line to shear the deficit from 2-0 to 2-1. Rob Vardy supplied the ammunition.

 

In the next chapter, the CANA Worms' formidable four of Curtis Treleaven, Brent Harper, Travis Powell, and Ben Goulay escalated the engagement with the destruction of four bull's-eyes, as they were supported by Jack Crouch, Jordan McNulty, Dylan Schlosser, Travis Powell, their captain Luke Simpson, and Curtis Treleaven.

 

Tim Breen and Jeremy Reimer launched the deadly rockets of the Penguins with the aid of Skyler Nagorski, the captain Ryan Curry, and Tom Wilson to settle the middle round at 6-3 for the CANA Worms.

 

Twenty-three seconds into the last period, Curtis Treleaven increased the CANA Worms' foothold on the scoreboard even further, to 7-3. Mitch Kulikoski and Jordan McNulty provided the assistance.

 

Faced with an uphill climb of 7-3 and 7:15 left to go, the Penguins still remained undeterred as they were built to endure any Antarctic conditions, and Ryan Volpi took the first step in proving that as he eliminated an opposition target to slash the gap down to 7-4.

 

Five minutes later, the clock displayed 2:11; however, that was no obstacle for the Penguins' Ryan Volpi, who fired in another goal to narrow the rift to 7-5 as Skyler Nagorski and Colby Rempfer contributed the feeds.

 

The seconds continued disappearing, but with 1:16 remaining, that was when it was the Penguins' Colby Rempfer's time to shine yet again after just setting up Ryan Volpi as he unleashed the black bullet to alter the score to 7-6. Tom Wilson distributed the munition.

 

Everyone was wondering if the late four-score deficit could miraculously be turned into an epic comeback.

 

Tim Breen knew the answer, as he, along with Jeremy Reimer, dramatically seized the game tying goal for the jubilant Penguins at 7-7 with only 28 seconds left to send it to the best of three shootout.

 

It was fitting that the shootout had entered sudden death after the first three rounds failed to determine a winner for this thrilling match.

 

There was going to be a victor; it was just a matter of who.

 

It was the fifth round when the CANA Worms' captain Luke Simpson took command and did what all great leaders do as he captured the shootout winning goal for his brothers to leave the ice with an 8-7 triumph.

 

The CANA Worms' victory was orchestrated by Mitch Kulikoski, Curtis Treleaven, Jordan McNulty, and Luke Simpson.

 

Mitch Kulikoski, Curtis Treleaven, and Jordan McNulty gained a great three points each, while Luke Simpson had a strong two-point showing, including the shootout and game-winning goal.

 

Ben Goulay, Travis Powell, and Dylan Schlosser also notched two very good points apiece for the CANA Worms.

 

Abe Kungel, the goalkeeper of the CANA Worms, denied 25 shots in the win.

 

The Penguins were energized by their super six of Skyler Nagorski, Tim Breen, Ryan Volpi, Jeremy Reimer, Colby Rempfer, and Tom Wilson, who amassed a collective 13 points and were all in on the four-tally late third period comeback.

 

Skyler Nagorski possessed a major three-point display.

 

Tim Breen, Ryan Volpi, Jeremy Reimer, Colby Rempfer, and Tom Wilson all reaped a big two-point outing.

 

The keeper of the Penguins, Brad Boivin, stymied 18 attempts from the CANA Worms.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Hardfor Whales vs. Wolfpack on Nov 23rd
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Thursday, November 24, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The seventh-year Hardfor Whales (since 2016) scuffled with the 2015-2016, 2016-2017, and 2017 Summer CAHL Cup Champions, the 10th-year Wolfpack (since 2013).

Dylan Enns took the pole position for the Hardfor Whales with support from his crew of Connor Lemay and Theo Odishaw as he gained an early 1-0 edge in the race.

In the next chapter, the Wolfpack unchained their firepower, as Ryan Miller, Dean Semeniuk, who notched two, and Cody Holowachuck all launched successful attacks, while the Hardfor Whales' Michael Proppe and Brett Tate led the charge to pierce the Wolfpack's red line.

 

After the dust settled, the Wolfpack had overtaken the front of the sprint with a 4-3 advantage.
 

Caleb Pierce, Dean Semeniuk, Ryan Miller, Cody Holowachuck, and Reid Miller dispensed the Wolfpack's dishes.

 

The Hardfor Whales' Landon Mracek, Taylor Odishaw, Dylan Enns, and Alex Betschart supplied their team's feathered feeds.
 

In the finale, Dylan Enns once again came through for the Hardfor Whales when they needed him the most, as he bookended the offence with lone goals in the first and third periods to even it up at 4-4 and send it to the best of three shootout. Landon Mracek and Michael Proppe provided the spot-on passing.

 

One way or another, there was going to be a hero, and on this night it turned out to be Michael Proppe as he seized the moment and captured a 5-4 triumph for the Hardfor Whales with the shootout winning goal.

 

The Hardfor Whales' victory was engineered by Dylan Enns and Michael Proppe, who both notched a great three-point showing with a pair of goals and an assist.

 

Landon Mracek collected a generous pair of helpers for the Hardfor Whales.

 

In the Hardfor Whales' crease, Quinn Gillespie, who is an alumnus of the AAA Northwest Calgary Bruins, stifled 19 shots in the win.

 

The alpha of the Wolfpack was Dean Semeniuk, who had an excellent four-point performance.

 

Ryan Miller put on a major three-point display, while Cody Holowachuck and Caleb Pierce both finished with a very good two points apiece for the Wolfpack.

 

Calvin Pardy, the goalie and captain of the Wolfpack, halted 23 shots from the Hardfor Whales.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Whiskey Jacks vs. Axemen on Nov 23rd
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Thursday, November 24, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This clash was between the 2017-2018 CAHL Cup Champions, the 10th-year Whiskey Jacks (since 2013), and the ninth-year Axemen (since 2014).
 

Scott Milnthorp wielded the blade of the Axemen with surgical precision as he sliced open the opposition target 3:06 into the contest with the support of Chase Kaskiw and Jackson Cooke to grasp an early 1-0 upper hand.
 

Within a 42 second span, Jarrad Freadrich and the captain, Brian Eastman, imposed their will to uplift their Whiskey Jacks to a 2-1 advantage as Kyle Galloway, Jordan May, and Aiden Penner distributed the meticulous passes.

 

Jackson Cooke, Ryan Kim, who is an alumnus of the AA Northwest Calgary Bruins, and the captain, Charlie Still, plotted retribution for the loss of the Axemen's lead and needed exactly six minutes to conquer their objectives as they first equalized the engagement at 2-2 and then captured a two-score edge of 4-2.

 

Tyler Smith, Brenden Werthner, Jackson Cooke, Matt Ferguson, and Scott Milnthorp dispensed the Axemen's impeccable dishes.

 

Jarrad Freadrich still had plenty of firepower left for the Whiskey Jacks, and he unleashed it at the 11:04 mark of the next chapter to narrow the gap to 4-3. Logan Simmonds and Kyle Galloway delivered the timely feeds.

 

Then, only 21 seconds later, Ryan Kim, with the aid of Chase Kaskiw and Charlie Still, reacquired the two-tally margin for the Axemen.

 

Another 1:05 had passed when Sean Milnthorp gave the Axemen even higher ground at 6-3.

 

A second Milnthorp, Scott Milnthorp, along with Austin Webster, continued the Axemen's mission as they set up their teammate Jackson Cooke, who opened up the third period scoring, which modified the scoreboard to 7-3.

 

Jarrad Freadrich then completed his hat trick for his 12th goal in his eighth game to set an inferno pace of 1.5 goals per game and lower the Whiskey Jacks' deficit from 7-3 to 7-4. Logan Simmonds and Kyle Galloway doled out the vulcanized munition.

 

Two minutes and twenty seconds later, Carey Henetiuk, with the help of Dillon Newitt and Jeff Stapleton, pierced the Axemen's vital red line to bring the Whiskey Jacks within only two scores at 7-5 with still 4:05 remaining in the match.

 

However, Austin Webster, who was bolstered by Jackson Cooke and Chase Kaskiw, ended the comeback attempt as he launched a late artillery strike to capture an 8-5 triumph for the Axemen.

 

The Axemen's victory was fuelled by the outstanding five-point performance of Jackson Cooke.

 

Scott Milnthorp and Chase Kaskiw both earned great three-point displays, while Ryan Kim, Charlie Still, Austin Webster, and Brenden Werthner all notched a strong two points apiece for the Axemen.

 

Simon Reilly, the keeper of the Axemen, thwarted 26 attempts in the win.

 

Kyle Galloway and Jarrad Freadrich steered the Whiskey Jacks with excellent showings of four points and a hat trick, respectively.

 

Logan Simmonds reaped a very good two-point outing for the Whiskey Jacks. Their goalkeeper, Noah Melnychuk, silenced an immense total of 37 attacks from the Axemen.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Blazers vs. The Jerry's on Nov 22nd
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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) –  The 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the sixth-year Blazers (since 2017), skirmished with the 2017-2018 and  2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year The Jerry's (since 2012).

 

His company, Sprung Structures, built the Edge School Arenas, and the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Maclean Sprung, broke ground once again as he secured a 1-0 upper hand for the Blazers. Jack Hartford, a Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, and Andrew McCann provided their assistance.

After 2:25 had passed, Jack Hartford delivered another primary assist as he and Cole Narfason sent in Andrew McCann to create the damage for the Blazers and extend their lead to 2-0.

 

Over a span of 1:50, Colby Kawa and Alexander Bosch utilized their collective proficiency to not only cut the shortfall in half but to equilibrate the conflict at 2-2 with the support of their captain, Bryan Walker, and Brad Williamson to cap off the first period.

 

In the middle round, the Blazers escalated their attacks to one per minute. However, with the warden Brett Butler overseeing the security of the vital red line, no one was going to get through the opening between the vertical steel bars of the secured Alcatraz prison as he struck down all 15 of 15 attempts for a flawless 100% stoppage rate.

 

At the other end, Francis Lessard, with the aid of Ian Matthews and Brad Williamson, lined up the iron sights and pressed the trigger to secure a 3-2 advantage for The Jerry's.

 

In the finale, the Blazers continued their relentless one assault per minute pace.

 

However, once again, nothing was going to get by Brett Butler as he denied all 12 tries, while his guards countered with the elimination of three opposition bull's-eyes to capture a 6-2 triumph for The Jerry's due to the marksmanship of Ian Matthews and Colby Kawa, who notched two to complete his hat trick. Alexander Bosch, Mitch Robideau, who is a Jr. B Grande Prairie Kings' alumnus, Ian Matthews, and Brad Williamson supplied the black bullets.

 

The Jerry's victory was engineered by Brett Butler, who thwarted an immense total of 36 out of 38 shots for an outstanding .947 save percentage.

 

Colby Kawa, who achieved a hat trick, Ian Matthews, and Brad Williamson all possessed great three-point showings for The Jerry's, while Alexander Bosch finished with a very good two points.

 

Andrew McCann and Jack Hartford propelled the Blazers with strong two-point displays.
 

The Blazers' Maclean Sprung and Cole Narfason both had a good point apiece.

 

Alex Jamieson, the goalkeeper and captain of the Blazers, stymied 24 chances by The Jerry's.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Panthers vs. Hornets on Nov 22nd
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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 2012-2013 CAHL Cup Champions, the 16th-year Panthers (since 2007), combatted the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 CAHL Cup Champions, the 15th-year Hornets (since 2008).

 

Over a 2:55 span, Mark Harper lined up the red laser sights and pulled the trigger, not once, but twice, to capture a 2-0 advantage for the Panthers with the support of his brothers-in-arms, Dustin Honing, a Texas Tech University Red Raiders' alumnus, and Adam Ludwar.

 

Dustin Honing then extended the lead even further to 3-0 to close out the opening period for the Panthers.

The paladin of the net, Tyler Fornwald, a Jr. B High River Flyers' alumnus, struck down all 10 invasive projectiles to give his Panthers a perfect 100% stoppage rate.

 

In the next chapter, Jordan Felker, a Jr. B Calgary Northstars Blazers' alumnus, took the reins of the Hornets as they escalated their attack rate with a 17-11 edge in shots and finally solved the challenge between the posts to shear the deficit down to 3-1. Mike MacDonald delivered the pristine dish.

 

Brian Eastman and the Jr. B Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, Willem Thoma, then utilized their collective expertise to strengthen the upper hand of the Panthers to 5-1 as Dustin Honing and Mark Harper provided the precision passing.

 

Jordan Felker, along with Dylan MacDonald, then set up Clayton Smed, who pressed the missile launch button to lower the shortfall to 5-2 to cap off the middle episode.

 

In the finale, Michael Cameron, with his assistant gunner Brett Dushenko, unleashed additional firepower for the Hornets to narrow the gap to two scores at 5-3.

 

Then, with 1:19 remaining, the Hornets went on a power play to try to complete their comeback.

 

However, within a 42 second span, the Panthers' Dustin Honing was unstoppable as he secured two shorthanded goals to complete his hat trick with the aid of Marc Miller, Adam Ludwar, and Willem Thoma to capture a 7-3 triumph.

 

The Panthers' victory was orchestrated by Dustin Honing.

 

Dustin Honing achieved an outstanding seven-point showing with a hat trick, including two shorthanded goals, and four setups.

 

Mark Harper possessed a great trio of points, while Willem Thoma and Adam Ludwar reaped very good two-point outings for the Panthers.

 

Tyler Fornwald, the keeper of the Panthers, repelled 33 out of a vast total of 36 shots for a powerful .917 save percentage in the win.

 

The Hornets were led by Jordan Felker, who notched a strong two-point display.

 

Michael Cameron and Clayton Smed each finished with a good goal for the Hornets.

 

Kyle Roll, the Hornets' goaltender, stymied 33 attempts from the Panthers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dirty Mike vs. Eiffel Towers on Nov 21st
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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This intense three-round engagement featured the 2014-2015 and 2018-2019 CAHL Cup Champions, the 12th-year Dirty Mike & the Boys (since 2011), and the 2016-2017 CAHL Cup Champions, the 11th-year Eiffel Towers (since 2012).

 

It was a battle of the goaltenders in the opening round, as Jordan Johnson of the Eiffel Towers was a perfect eight out of eight, while Alex Blassetti halted 15 attacks for an excellent .938 stoppage rate.
 

The Eiffel Towers' Nick Saar was the lone shooter who found the back of the net with the assistance of Louis Bontorin and the AAA Northwest Calgary Stampeders' alumnus, Luke Toews, to grasp a 1-0 advantage.

 

In the next chapter, Greg Clarke, the Dirty Mike & the Boys' specialist marksman, pulled the trigger to capitalize on the power play as the Jr. A Drumheller Dragons' alumnus, Rob Geddes, provided the ammunition to equilibrate the match at 1-1.

 

The Eiffel Towers' special weapons and tactics sharpshooter, Brad Williamson, acquired and eliminated the opposition target between the red posts while shorthanded with the vulcanized black bullets supplied by Greg Gardiner and Mitchell Devitt to regain the upper hand at 2-1.

 

Within a 3:47 span, Elliot Clease and Brenden Birdsell combined their skills to overtake the lead as they altered the 2-1 deficit to a 3-2 edge thanks to the precision passing of Rob Geddes, Dan Hickaway, and the AAA Calgary Northstars' alumnus, Keaton Burke.

 

Shots continued to be exchanged in the finale; however, the last line of defence, Alex Blassetti, upheld the 3-2 margin, and Greg Clarke obtained an empty net goal to capture a 4-2 triumph for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

The architects of the Dirty Mike & the Boys' victory were Alex Blassetti, Rob Geddes, and Greg Clarke.

 

Alex Blassetti thwarted 31 of 33 shots for a superb .939 save percentage to backstop the win. Rob Geddes and Greg Clarke had great showings with three points and two goals, respectively.

 

Brenden Birdsell, Elliot Clease, Keaton Burke, and Dan Hickaway all finished with a good point for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

The Eiffel Towers were guided by Nick Saar and Brad Williamson, each of whom reaped a nice goal. Louis Bontorin, Mitchell Devitt, Greg Gardiner, and Luke Toews tallied a solid assist apiece.

 

Jordan Johnson, the goalkeeper of the Eiffel Towers, stymied 25 attempts.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Catalina Wine Mixers vs. TigerBuffs on Nov 21st
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Tuesday, November 22, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 15th-year Catalina Wine Mixers (since 2008) grappled with the 2015 CAHL Cup Champions, the 13th-year TigerBuffs (since 2010).

 

For the fourth time in nine games and the third occasion that it was less than two minutes after the opening draw, Gavin Ellsworth, the Catalina Wine Mixers' 600-point scorer, fired in the first goal of the game.

 

The pinpoint feeds were doled out by Tristan Pagan and Jeff Hewitt, who are the Catalina Wine Mixers' third and fifth-highest scorers, respectively. They had to endure without their second-best scorer and captain, Nate L'Archeveque, on this night.

Mike Brady, Shaun Collins, and Dominic Lepan of the TigerBuffs did not take kindly to the early incursion and schemed their revenge over a 6:29 span to overtake the lead and replace it with their own insured edge at 3-1. Alex Wray, Jake Bendall, Pat Campbell, Mike Brady, Justin Hughes, and the Jr. A Canmore Eagles' alumnus Kevin Leonard provided the point-securing, deadly hollow-point ammunition.

The TigerBuffs launched four goal line piercing attacks in the next round off the blades of Mike Brady, who had his second and third goals for a hat trick, Kevin Leonard, and Jake Bendall.

 

Shaun Collins, Chris Lawrence, Michael McColl, Justin Hughes, Dominic Lepan, and Matt Struthers dispensed the TigerBuffs' dishes.
 

Glenn Omeasoo, who was supported by Lane Poucette and Tristan Pagan, struck back for the Catalina Wine Mixers to settle the second conflict at 7-2 for the TigerBuffs.

 

In the finale, the TigerBuffs unleashed another four-headed monster to devour a two-point win by a final score of 11-2.

 

Kevin Leonard, who notched his second and third tallies for a hat trick, Shaun Collins, and Justin Hughes were the TigerBuffs' shooters. Dominic Lepan, captain Stefan Doan, Justin Hughes, Kevin Leonard, Jake Bendall, and Andrew Park issued the helpers.

 

The TigerBuffs' triumph was orchestrated by the Formidable Four of Kevin Leonard, Justin Hughes, Mike Brady, and Dominic Lepan, who amassed a collective herculean 18 points.

 

Kevin Leonard and Justin Hughes achieved outstanding five-point performances. Mike Brady and Dominic Lepan each stockpiled an excellent four points.

 

Hat tricks were possessed by both Kevin Leonard and Mike Brady.

 

Shaun Collins and Jake Bendall exhibited great three-point displays for the TigerBuffs.

 

Ryan Floyde, the keeper of the TigerBuffs, suppressed 15 shots in the victory.

 

The Catalina Wine Mixers were guided by Tristan Pagan, Gavin Ellsworth, and Glenn Omeasoo.

 

Tristan Pagan gained a strong two points, while Gavin Ellsworth and Glenn Omeasoo finished with a good goal apiece.

 

Their goalie, Colby Meguinis, smothered 23 attempts from the TigerBuffs.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ambrose University vs. Richco Rangers on Nov 20th
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Monday, November 21, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation was between the 12th-year Richco Rangers (since 2011) and the 15th-year Ambrose University Lions (since 2008).


Only 45 seconds had elapsed since the opening faceoff when Trevor Eidse pierced the crucial six-foot line dividing the ice-cold posts to capture a 1-0 advantage for the Richco Rangers with the assistance of Stevens Rancourt and Sylvain Drolet.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' captain Spencer Falk acquired payback and rebalanced the engagement at 1-1 as he was bolstered by Noah Bears and Elijah Babcock.
 

Carson Lock and Colin Oke of the Richco Rangers then combined their expertise to grasp a 3-1 foothold on the scoreboard. Micheal McKinley and Stevens Rancourt contributed the feeds.

 

With 2:30 displayed on the clock, Ethan Babcock scored his ninth goal of the season, extending his scoring streak to five games, as he slashed the Ambrose University Lions' deficit in half from 3-1 to 3-2. Noah Bears and John Glanville delivered the pristine dishes.

 

In the middle round, Ethan Babcock, with the help of another Babcock, Elijah Babcock, and Elias Cassley, went on a special forces operation and crushed the power play opportunity to equilibrate the match at 3-3 for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The sharpshooter, Tommy Titterington, along with the support of a second Titterington, Charlie Titterington, and Spencer Falk, secured the Ambrose University Lions' first lead as they modified the score to 4-3.

 

Dylan Kempin, Micheal McKinley, and Carson Lock then shot the three vulcanized bullets of a three-score outburst for the Richco Rangers, which altered the course from a 4-3 shortfall to a 6-4 upper hand. Stevens Rancourt, Sylvain Drolet, Andrew Maier, and Andre Bransbois supplied the ammunition.

 

Undeterred by the two-tally shortage, the Babcocks, Elijah Babcock and Ethan Babcock, went on two specific missions in the finale, and they destroyed both objectives as Elijah Babcock sheared the 6-4 gap down to 6-5 with the aid of Ethan Babcock and Noah Bears. Ethan Babcock then rifled in the game-tying marker with only 1:15 remaining for his third and hat trick goal, which equalized the conflict at 6-6 and sent it to the best of three shootout.

 

It lasted into the sudden-death sixth round, and Andrew Maier turned out to be the hero for the Richco Rangers as they seized the electric 7-6 shootout triumph.

 

The Richco Rangers were fuelled by the fearless five of Stevens Rancourt, Carson Lock, Andrew Maier, Micheal McKinley, and Sylvain Drolet.

 

Stevens Rancourt notched a major three-point output, while Carson Lock, Andrew Maier, Micheal McKinley, and Sylvain Drolet all reaped a very good two points apiece.

 

Matt Haines, the keeper of the Richco Rangers, rejected 25 attempts in the win.

 

Ethan Babcock energized the Ambrose University Lions with an excellent four-point performance, including a hat trick.

 

Elijah Babcock and Noah Bears both gained a great three points each, while Spencer Falk had a strong two-point showing for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' netminder, Nathan Huston, obstructed 31 shots from the Richco Rangers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Man Rockets vs. Young Bucks on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This siege was between the second-year Man Rockets (since 2021) and the sixth-year Young Bucks (since 2017).


Landon Bergh, a Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, shifted into top gear and took the pole position only 14 heartbeats into the race at the 14:46 mark for the Man Rockets.

 

Seventy-one seconds later, Brennan MacLean reset the competition to 1-1 for the Young Bucks with the support of Alex Mombourquette and David Ward.

 

Alex Mombourquette then, along with Liam Cole, set up Brennan MacLean again, who fired it in on the power play to elevate the Young Bucks to 2-1.

 

Landon Bergh went on a late special forces mission and eliminated the mark behind the red enemy line for a game-tying shorthander with the aid of Chandler Irvin and Jesse Adshead to close out the first period.


The artillerymen of the Young Bucks and Man Rockets made it rain steel in the next chapter with a collective seven decimated targets.

 

Jayden Crandell, Chris Pedersen, Kale Mah-Vierling, and Jensen Kwan provided the firepower for the Young Bucks, while Brennan MacLean, Kale Mah-Vierling, Donovan Stagg, David Ward, and Jensen Kwan supplied the munitions.

 

Landon Bergh, who had his third and fourth snipes of the night for a hat trick, and Darcy Erickson countered for the Man Rockets. Landon Bergh, Justin Fredrich, Chandler Irvin, who is a Jr. A Calgary Canucks' alumnus, Brandon Harrison, and Darcy Erickson loaded the bunker-busting shells.
 

After the dust settled, the score stood at 6-5 for the Young Bucks.

 

In the last chapter, the captain, Brady Reid, struck first to equilibrate the engagement at 6-6 with the aid of Justin Fredrich and Brandon Harrison.

 

Then, after 14 seconds had passed, the Young Bucks detonated a three-score explosion off the blades of Alex Mombourquette, Nick Sayer, and Liam Cole, who had a key shorthanded goal, to capture a 9-6 triumph. Brennan MacLean, Liam Cole, Brock Oko, and David Ward were the playmakers.

 

Brennan MacLean was the master architect of the Young Bucks' victory, as he achieved an incredible six-point performance with a pair of goals and four assists.

 

A great three points were earned by the trio of Liam Cole, Alex Mombourquette, and David Ward for the Young Bucks.

 

Jensen Kwan and Kale Mah-Vierling of the Young Bucks each reaped a strong two-point outing.

 

Luke Winquist, the Young Bucks' goaltender, smothered 15 attempts in the win.

 

The Man Rockets were led by Landon Bergh, who had an outstanding five-point showing on the strength of four goals and a setup.

 

A major three-point result was notched by Chandler Irvin, while Darcy Erickson, Justin Fredrich, and Brandon Harrison all possessed very good two-point displays for the Man Rockets.

 

Between the posts, the Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, Garret Fraser, thwarted 17 shots from the Young Bucks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Rug Doctors vs. Chargers on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 16th-year Rug Doctors (since 2007) had a run-in with the seventh-year Chargers (since 2016).

 

Over a span of only 39 seconds, Rene Gonzalez and Jay DeBoice got the Rug Doctors off to a perfect 2-0 start with the assistance of Clark Piechotta, Tom Joines, Brandon Egli, and Rene Gonzalez.

 

The Chargers' Thomas Gilman wanted to ensure that the deficit was no higher than two, and he crushed his objective as he sheared the shortfall in half to 2-1. Adam Nixon and Quan Ly dispensed the pristine dishes.
 

In the next chapter, Micheal MacLeod started a four-score eruption for the Chargers at the 8:11 mark. Brendan Koch, Liam McLeod, and Thomas Gilman launched the other rocket attacks, while Chris Ferrari, the goalie Trevor Rowe, Dan Cyca, Craig Taylor, Micheal MacLeod, Mike Cyca, and Quan Ly were the playmakers.
 

Rene Gonzalez countered for the Rug Doctors with the destruction of an opposition target between the posts to keep it within two to settle the middle round at 5-3 for the Chargers. Tom Joines and Tim Kozak provided the pinpoint passing.

 

Just 14 seconds apart, the powerful, nearly two-points-per-game parallel McLeod and MacLeod duo of Liam McLeod and Micheal MacLeod both obtained their second goals of the night in the last round to ensure the victory of the Chargers with a 7-3 final score. Quan Ly, Brendan Koch, Adam Nixon, and Thomas Gilman delivered the spot-on feeds.

 

The Chargers' triumph was directed by their fearless five of Thomas Gilman, Micheal MacLeod, Quan Ly, Liam McLeod, and Trevor Rowe.

 

Thomas Gilman, Micheal MacLeod, and Quan Ly racked up great three-point showings, while Liam McLeod earned a major pair of goals. Trevor Rowe gained 27 saves on 30 shots for a strong .900 save percentage in the win.

 

Brendan Koch, Adam Nixon, and Craig Taylor reaped a very good two points each for the Chargers.

 

The Rug Doctors were guided by Rene Gonzalez, who notched a substantial three-point display.

 

Tom Joines tallied a big match with two points for the Rug Doctors.

 

On the blue paint, Bruce So turned back 18 attempts from the Chargers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

King Cobras vs. Pylons on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The sixth-year King Cobras (since 2017) clashed with the 17th-year Pylons (since 2006).


Within a 72-second span, Chris Fitchett and Kevin Malaschuk set the tone and altered the course for the rest of the battle with the capture of a 2-0 advantage for the Pylons just five minutes after the opening draw.

 

Chris Fitchett then added his second of the night to close out the first period with an even stronger upper hand of 3-0 for the Pylons.

 

Chris Thompson had the primary assist on every score, while Andy McWilliam and Jake Peters also provided precision passes for the Pylons.

 

In the next round, the King Cobras launched a dozen attacks; however, their deadly fangs could not penetrate the armoured guardian, Mike Johnson, of the Pylons, who valiantly opposed each and every assault to finish the first two chapters with a flawless 17 saves on 17 shots for a 100% stoppage rate.

 

The career goal-per-game scorer, Kevin Malcom, who has 154 goals in 156 games, then acquired his 155th with the support of Andy McWilliam and Travis Blondin to amplify the Pylons up to 4-0.

 

Dale MacPherson, who was aided by Andy McWilliam and Kevin Malcom, rifled in the fifth Pylons' tally, as Mike Johnson denied all 11 attempts to conclude the match with a 5-0 triumph for the Pylons.

 

The Pylons' victory was orchestrated by Mike Johnson, who backstopped his team with an outstanding 28 saves on 28 shots for a perfect shutout win.

 

Andy McWilliam amassed an excellent four-point performance for the Pylons, while Chris Thompson and Chris Fitchett exhibited great showings of three points and two goals, respectively.

 

Kevin Malcom also had a strong two-point output for the Pylons.

 

The keeper of the King Cobras, Cole Hardy, stymied a total of 27 chances by the Pylons.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Snipers vs. Tyro Maniacs on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The sixth-year Snipers (since 2017) battled against the 17th-year Tyro Maniacs (since 2006).

 

Adrian Roefs pressed the missile launch button to decimate the opposition target behind the protective blue crease to take an early foothold on the scoreboard for the Snipers with the assistance of Taylor Zwarich and Tyler Foster.

 

Seventy-three seconds later, Brendon Crane, who was bolstered by Jade Simeon, lined up the iron sights and eliminated the enemy's mark to equilibrate the conflict at 1-1.

 

The Tyro Maniacs gained three of the next four tallies to enter the second period with a 4-2 advantage.
 

Darius Chiniquay and Aaron Young Jr., who notched a pair, were the Tyro Maniac's sharpshooters, while Taylor Zwarich struck back for the Snipers.

 

The ammunition was provided by Steve Doucette, Brendon Crane, and Jade Simeon for the Tyro Maniacs. Adrian Roefs and Kevin Tokunaga doled out the Snipers' pinpoint passes.

 

Jade Simeon and Brendon Crane, who amassed his second and third for a hat trick, supplied the Tyro Maniacs' firepower in the second chapter to strengthen their position to 7-2. Brendon Crane, Aaron Young Jr., Kevin Whitwham, and Robert Statham were the playmakers.

 

In the last round, the Tyro Maniacs found the net an additional three times as the Snipers retaliated twice to settle the final score at 10-4 for the triumphant Tyro Maniacs.

 

Brendon Crane had another two-goal period for his fourth and fifth of the night, and he, along with Darius Chiniquay, were the shooters of the black bullets for the Tyro Maniacs. Aaron Young Jr., Darius Chiniquay, Elliott Davies, and Joe Nitychoruk contributed the loaded magazines.

 

Tyler Foster and Kevin Tokunaga, with the support of Kevin Tokunaga and Adrian Roefs, were the Snipers' marksmen.

 

The Tyro Maniacs' victory was engineered by Brendon Crane, who achieved a dominant eight-point performance on the strength of an outstanding five goals with a generous three assists.

 

Darius Chiniquay, Aaron Young Jr., and Jade Simeon stockpiled an excellent four points for the Tyro Maniacs, while Steve Doucette and Joe Nitychoruk both reaped very good two-point outings.

 

Gabriel Young, the keeper of the Tyro Maniacs, stymied 27 attempts for the win.

 

The Snipers' offence was fuelled by Adrian Roefs and Kevin Tokunaga, each of whom had a great three points.

 

Tyler Foster and Taylor Zwarich both possessed a strong two-point display for the Snipers.

 

The goalie of the Snipers, Ryan Link, thwarted 26 shots from the Tyro Maniacs.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The Regretzkys vs. Purple Haze on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The first-year The Regretzkys (since 2022) warred against the ninth-year Purple Haze (since 2014).

 

Scott Kohn went on the attack and secured the initial adjustment of the scoreboard as he altered the zero to a one in favour of the Purple Haze with the assistance of Dave Bryan and Chad Clarke.

 

In the second period, Joel Kennedy, who was bolstered by Joshua Dees, started a four-score flare-up for the Purple Haze to grasp an even stronger 5-0 advantage.

 

Chad Clarke, Graeme Saxberg, who is a Jr. C Eastern Shore Thunder alumnus, and Corey Kodric pulled the triggers for the Purple Haze, as they were supported by Lindsey Edwards, Chad Clarke, Joshua Dees, and Akash Sekar.

 

The Purple Haze added another total of four goal line breakthroughs in the finale to capture a 9-0 triumph.

 

Dave Bryan, Akash Sekar, who notched a shorthander, Lindsey Edwards, and Daylan Peech were the shooters. Graeme Saxberg, Joshua Dees, Dave Bryan, and the goalie, Abe Kungel, supplied their brothers with the vulcanized ammunition.

 

The architects of the Purple Haze's victory were the quadruple threat of Dave Bryan, Chad Clarke, Joshua Dees, and Abe Kungel.

 

Dave Bryan, Chad Clarke, and Joshua Dees each contributed a great three points of offence, while Abe Kungel was invincible in front of the net with 18 saves on 18 shots for a perfect shutout win.

 

Lindsey Edwards, Graeme Saxberg, and Akash Sekar all reaped strong two-point outings for the Purple Haze.

 

The Jr. B Calgary Royals Blue alumnus, Connor Christensen, who normally provides the firepower, came through when his family needed him the most as he took on the emergency goalie role for The Regretzkys to backstop his teammates in this battle.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tea Bag of Justice vs. Swedish Berries on Nov 19th
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Sunday, November 20, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year Tea Bag of Justice (since 2009) combatted the fifth-year Swedish Berries (since 2018).

 

Nikolas Bregeda, the AAA Okanagan Rockets' alumnus and guardian of the Swedish Berries' net, valiantly withstood a 15-shot onslaught in the opening period to finish with a flawless 100% stoppage rate and send the battle into the first intermission tied at 0-0.

 

The keeper of the Tea Bag of Justice, Andrew May, also stopped all seven of seven attempts.

 

Tyler Macdonald, with the support of Ian Gillies and John Smith, finally solved the challenge in the next period to grasp a 1-0 lead for the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

Within an 18-second span, Dawson O'Brien first equalized the match at 1-1 for the Swedish Berries, and then he set up Brendon Bloder, who fired it in to take a 2-1 upper hand.

 

Fifty-seven seconds later, Brady McQueen altered the score to 2-2 for the Tea Bag of Justice with the assistance of Ian Gillies and Steve Monteith.

 

In the final chapter, Tyler Macdonald launched his second and then his third for a hat trick to capture a 4-2 triumph for the Tea Bag of Justice. Brady McQueen, Ian Gillies, and Joe Perry provided the precision passing.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice's victory was orchestrated by the excellent performances of Ian Gillies and Tyler Macdonald.

 

Ian Gillies stockpiled a total of four assists, while Tyler Macdonald achieved a hat trick, including the game winner.

 

Brady McQueen reaped a very good two points for the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

Andrew May, the Tea Bag of Justice's goalkeeper, thwarted 17 attempts in the win.


Nikolas Bregeda led the Swedish Berries as he amassed a herculean 40 saves on 44 shots for a powerful .909 save percentage.

 

A strong two-point outing was possessed by Dawson O'Brien, while Brendon Bloder notched a good goal for the Swedish Berries.
 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The Pylons vs. Mighty Schmucks on Nov 18th
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Saturday, November 19, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This competition was between the 13th-year The Pylons (since 2010) and the ninth-year Mighty Schmucks (since 2014).

 

Cam Houston initiated the offence of the Mighty Schmucks with his sixth goal in five games off of the pinpoint passing from Ryan Koyzan and Richard Hassard to grasp a 1-0 advantage.

Kipp Teghtmeyer struck back for The Pylons to even it up at 1-1 with the support of Adam Frost and Jared Hammer.

 

The Mighty Schmucks' Richard Hassard regained his team's edge with his seventh of the season to modify the scoreboard to 2-1.

 

Then, with just 42 seconds left in the opening period, Rhys Brent, a Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, fired in the game-tying snipe as he was boosted by Jared Hammer and the captain, Tom Strangward.
 

The Pylons doubled their offensive output in the middle round with a four-tally outburst off the blades of Jared Hammer and Rhys Brent, who had three more goals for a hat trick. Brent De Decker, Kipp Teghtmeyer, Kyle Smalridge, Dan Meyer, and Taylor Pootz provided the assistance.

 

The Mighty Schmucks notched another two-score period, and both were launched by Richard Hassard, who earned his third for a hat trick. Cam Houston, Kyle Worden, and Ryan Koyzan were the playmakers.

 

It was 6-4 for The Pylons to start the finale.

 

The Pylons added two more, including an empty netter, while the Mighty Schucks eliminated one target to settle the final score at an 8-5 triumph for The Pylons.

 

Jared Hammer, who had a key shorthanded goal, and Rhys Brent were The Pylons' shooters. Rhys Brent also assisted Jared Hammer.

 

Kyle Worden, with the aid of Richard Hassard and Cam Houston, was the marksman of the Mighty Schmucks.

 

The Pylons' victory was orchestrated by Rhys Brent, who achieved an outstanding six-point performance on the strength of five goals and an assist.

 

Jared Hammer gained an excellent four points, while Kyle Smalridge collected a major three-point outing for The Pylons.

 

Kipp Teghtmeyer and Brent De Decker of The Pylons both had a strong two-point result.

 

The Pylons' goalie, Bobby Fowler, produced 25 saves in the win.

 

Richard Hassard fuelled the Mighty Schmucks with a superb five-point showing, including a hat trick and two setups.

 

A great three-point display was possessed by Cam Houston and Kyle Worden for the Mighty Schmucks, while Ryan Koyzan reaped a very good two points.

 

The captain and goaltender, Danny Gardner, stifled 20 chances by The Pylons.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Bumble Berries vs. Phillies on Nov 18th
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Saturday, November 19, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The third-year Bumble Berries (since 2020) warred against the 13th-year Phillies (since 2010).

 

Alex Nguyen took hold of the early 1-0 upper hand for the Phillies with his fifth goal in his fifth contest as Shane Harbourne and Jason Hennig delivered the precision passing.

Kevin Chow, who had a six-point masterpiece in the last game, continued his bladework with the equalizer for the Bumble Berries off a feed from Ben Pierce.

 

Max Braun, Derek Unterberger, and Ross Berreth then escalated the match to a 4-1 advantage as they all pierced the enemy's goal line for the Bumble Berries. Matthew Kemp, Tyler Garcia, and Derek Unterberger were the setup men.

 

The clock only displayed four seconds; however, that was all that the Phillies' Eric Henderson needed to secure his seventh snipe to continue his scorching goal per game pace of seven goals in seven games as he cut the deficit down to 4-2 to end the opening period. The puck was distributed by David Butterwich and Justin Scott.

 

Derek Unterberger, the sharpshooting specialist of the Bumble Berries notched a vital shorthander to amplify his team's lead to 5-2 to start the second period scoring.

 

The Phillies then countered with their special weapons and tactics marksman Justin Scott, who eliminated the opposition target to narrow the gap to 5-3 on the power play. He was set up by Scott Sawchyn and Eric Henderson.

 

Tyler Garcia, with the aid of Ben Pierce and Ross Berreth, reacquired the three-score cushion for the Bumble Berries with 37 seconds remaining to enter the intermission with a 6-3 edge.

 

In the last chapter, the captain, Andrew Faulds, and Shane Harbourne pulled the Phillies within one at 6-5. However, the Bumble Berries gained two of the next three goals to skate off with an 8-6 victory.

 

Justin Scott also scored for the Phillies, while their playmakers in the finale were Justin Scott, David Butterwich, Scott Sawchyn, Alex Nguyen, and Eric Henderson.

 

Jake Rockliff and Luke Braun provided the Bumble Berries' one-two punch. Ben Pierce supplied the dish.

 

The Bumble Berries' triumph was fuelled by the great three-point efforts of Derek Unterberger and Ben Pierce.

 

Ross Berreth and Tyler Garcia had strong two-point matches for the Bumble Berries.

 

Andy Robertson, the Bumble Berries' netminder, collected 17 saves in the win.

 

The Phillies were ushered by Justin Scott, who notched an excellent four-point performance with his second two-goal outing in his past three games.

 

Eric Henderson and David Butterwich both earned a major three-point result for the Phillies.

 

A very good two-point display was possessed by the Phillies' trio of Shane Harbourne, Alex Nguyen, and Scott Sawchyn.

 

Dave Mallory, the Phillies' goaltender, repelled 14 attempts from the Bumble Berries.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tea Bag of Justice vs. Young Bucks on Nov 18th
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Saturday, November 19, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year Tea Bag of Justice (since 2009) had a run-in with the sixth-year Young Bucks (since 2017).

 

Thirty-seven seconds after the opening draw, Shane Forre went on the attack, and with his laser-sighted snipe, he gained a 1-0 advantage for the Tea Bag of Justice. Rodiov Cuznetov and Dylan Jersak provided the skillful passes.

Rodiov Cuznetov of the Tea Bag of Justice's special forces division went on the counterassault while on the penalty kill and secured a shorthanded goal to elevate his squad to 2-0 with the support of Shane Forre.

Alex Hart and Alex Mombourquette then went on a two-score comeback mission for the Young Bucks, and they crushed their objective as they scored at the 5:19 and 0:43 marks, respectively. Kale Mah-Vierling, Chris Pedersen, and Brennan MacLean were the playmakers.

 

In the middle round, the Tea Bag of Justice went on a three-pronged offensive as Brett Rowand, Dylan Jersak, who had a key shorthander, and Shane Forre all found the net. Ian Gillies and Joe Perry supplied the feeds to help heighten the Tea Bag of Justice to 5-2.

 

Andrew Bolger, who was aided by Ian Gillies and John Smith, added a late power play tally in the finale to capture a 6-2 victory for the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

Shane Forre was the architect of the Tea Bag of Justice's triumph, as he finished with a great three-point showing.

 

A strong two points were earned by Rodiov Cuznetov, Dylan Jersak, and Ian Gillies for the Tea Bag of Justice. Ian Gillies acquired his 932nd career point and now has 516 goals and 416 assists in 352 games played.

 

The keeper of the Tea Bag of Justice, Andrew May, turned aside 15 shots for the win.

 

Alex Hart and Alex Mombourquette directed the Young Bucks with a good goal apiece.

 

Brennan MacLean, Kale Mah-Vierling, and Chris Pedersen each had a solid point for the Young Bucks.

 

The Young Bucks' goalie, Luke Winquist, thwarted 16 attempts by the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

CANA Worms vs. Whiskey Jacks on Nov 17th
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Friday, November 18, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year CANA Worms (since 2009) jousted with the 10th-year Whiskey Jacks (since 2013).

 

After securing his 100th career goal last game, the Whiskey Jacks' Jarrad Freadrich needed only 57 seconds after the opening draw to come up with his 101st, as Logan Simmonds supplied the feed.

 

Curtis Treleaven and Mitch Kulikoski later joined forces as they struck twice to first tie it at 1-1 and then grasp a 2-1 lead for the CANA Worms. Cora Sutton, Dave Bryan, Rick Hiltz, and Curtis Treleaven delivered the pristine dishes.

 

Unsatisfied with just acing Sniper Class 101, Jarrad Freadrich then crushed his 102nd and 103rd as well within only an 18-second span for a hat trick, which elevated the Whiskey Jacks to 3-2. Logan Simmonds, the playmaker extraordinaire, provided the precision passes for all three scores to notch his 11th assist in only his fifth contest.

 

Curtis Treleaven, with the support of Rick Hiltz and Mitch Kulikoski, then gained his second of the match to even it up at 3-3 for the CANA Worms before Justin Lockhart struck back to reacquire the advantage for the Whiskey Jacks and send it into the first intermission with 4-3 displayed on the scoreboard. Brian Eastman and Richard Newitt contributed the helpers.

 

In the next round, the CANA Worms sent in their special weapons and tactics sharpshooter Dylan Schlosser to equilibrate the conflict at 4-4 on the power play as Mitch Kulikoski and Ben Goulay distributed the ammunition.

 

Devon Whitney later took hold of a 5-4 upper hand for the CANA Worms with the aid of Darryl Krystalovich and Dylan Schlosser.

 

The Whiskey Jacks' captain Brian Eastman was in a rush to eliminate the deficit, and a minute seemed just too long, so he lined up the iron sights and pulled the trigger to equalize the battle at 5-5 only 59 seconds later with the assistance of Jarrad Freadrich and Jeff Stapleton.

 

Within a 1:05 span, Jack Crouch first regained the CANA Worms' lead to make it 6-5 and followed that up with a missile launch to seize a 7-5 insured edge, as he was backed by Dylan Schlosser, Ben Goulay, Darryl Krystalovich, and Devon Whitney.

 

With a collective 12 goals over the first two periods, another offensive showcase was expected in the finale.

 

Undeterred by the 7-5 gap shown on the scoreboard, the Whiskey Jacks escalated their attack rate even further with a 20-4 shot dominance in the last chapter.

 

However, the cybernetic organism Abe Kungel stood valiantly between the frigid steel posts and terminated each and every incoming vulcanized projectile to finish the final period with a flawless 20 out of 20 save-to-shot ratio for a perfect 100% stoppage rate to capture the 7-5 triumph for the CANA Worms.

 

The CANA Worms' victory was electrified by Abe Kungel, who amassed a cyclopean total of 49 saves on 54 shots for a powerful .907 save percentage.

 

Curtis Treleaven, Mitch Kulikoski, and Dylan Schlosser had great three-point showings for the CANA Worms, while Jack Crouch, Devon Whitney, Ben Goulay, Rick Hiltz, and Darryl Krystalovich all racked up big two-point outings.

 

Jarrad Freadrich and Logan Simmonds led the Whiskey Jacks with an excellent four points, including a hat trick and a major three-point result, respectively.

 

Brian Eastman reaped a very good pair of points for the Whiskey Jacks.

 

Noah Melnychuk, the Whiskey Jacks' goalie, stymied 23 shots from the CANA Worms.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Axemen vs. Hardfor Whales on Nov 17th
Posted By: CAHL
Friday, November 18, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The ninth-year Axemen (since 2014) combatted the seventh-year Hardfor Whales (since 2016).

 

Within a 20-second span, Kevin Creppin not only acquired the opening score of the game, he then secured the insurance as well to strengthen the Axemen's position on the scoreboard to 2-0. The vital feeds were provided by Adam Ward, Tyler Caine, and Ryan Kim, who is an alumnus of the AA Northwest Calgary Bruins.

 

The captain, Taylor Odishaw, struck back for the Hardfor Whales to cut the shortfall in half to 2-1 with the support of Logan Evans and Alex Betschart.

 

Tyler Smith, who was boosted by Ryan Kim, pulled the trigger for the Axemen to regain the two-score advantage at 3-1.

 

Jon Odishaw was the Hardfor Whales' marksman who altered the scoreboard to 3-2 to take it back to a one-goal game. Brett Tate and Everest Jason supplied the ammunition.


In the next period, another Odishaw, Theo Odishaw, the special forces marksman, fired in the tying marker on the man advantage to modify the tally to 3-3 for the Hardfor Whales. He was set up by Taylor Odishaw and Connor Lemay.

 

Within a span of only 2:01, Tyler Caine and Adam Ward combined their expertise to lift the Axemen to a 5-3 lead off the precision passing of Kevin Creppin and Ryan Kim.

 

On a power play with 2:14 remaining in the finale, the Hardfor Whales were hard at work with their comeback attempt. However, Tyler Caine went on a counteroffensive with just 37 seconds left and rifled in a shorthander to clinch a 6-3 triumph for the Axemen.

 

The Axemen's victory was orchestrated by Tyler Caine and Kevin Creppin, each of whom achieved an excellent four-point performance on the strength of a pair of goals and assists.

 

With 13 setups in five games, the Axemen's Ryan Kim kept up his 2.60 assists per game pace with another trifecta of helpers.

 

Adam Ward reaped a very good two points for the Axemen, while the goalie, Simon Reilly, repelled 12 shots in the win.

 

The Odishaws directed the Hardfor Whales, as Taylor Odishaw, Jon Odishaw, and Theo Odishaw all notched a good goal apiece. Taylor Odishaw also aided Theo Odishaw to finish with a strong two points.

 

Keaton Jorgensen, the Hardfor Whales' keeper, stymied 17 attempts by the Axemen.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Brewstars vs. Blazers on Nov 16th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, November 17, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year Brewstars (since 2009) sparred against the sixth-year Blazers (since 2017).

 

Nineteen seconds after the opening face off, Mike O'Brien, with the assistance of Oakley Werenka, a Northern Michigan University Wildcats' alumnus, and TJ Ruohio, secured the early 1-0 advantage for the Brewstars.

 

The Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Jack Hartford, needed only 70 seconds to equilibrate the match at 1-1 for the Blazers, as the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Trevor MacDonald, dispensed the spot-on feed.

 

Then it was Mike Loptson's turn to pierce the six-by-four opening for the Brewstars to grasp a 2-1 lead. Stu Robertson and TJ Ruohio supplied the dishes.

 

Jack Hartford, who had his 10th snipe in just his eighth game, and Mikel Gega combined forces to first tie it up at 2-2 before obtaining a 3-2 upper hand for the Blazers.

 

Louis Dussault, the AA Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Matt Caine, and the AAA Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Mitchell Brown of the Blazers contributed the ammunition.

 

In the next chapter, the Blazers and the Brewstars each netted an additional tally to escalate the scoreboard to 4-3 for the Blazers.

 

The special forces marksman of the Blazers, Elias Girgulis, a Jr. B Calgary Buffalo Rangers' alumnus, crushed the power play chance with the aid of the AAA Calgary Royals Blue alumnus, Cameron Leitch, and Jack Hartford.

 

Caleb Barthel struck back for the Brewstars. Scott Condon doled out the helper.

 

In the third period, Cameron Leitch added a two-score insurance policy as he boosted the Blazers to 5-3 with just 5:53 left to go.

 

With 3:16 displayed on the clock, Mike O'Brien, who was supported by Mike Loptson and Stu Robertson, uplifted the Brewstars to within one at 5-4.

 

Then, with only 33 seconds remaining, Stu Robertson provided the late heroics as he fired in the game tying goal on the man advantage off the precision passing of Mike Loptson and Mike O'Brien to send the match into the best of three shootout.

 

The shootout exhilaratingly lasted into the sudden-death 10th round, and Mike O'Brien, who had already scored twice, fittingly sniped the winner to capture both the thrilling 6-5 Brewstars' triumph and a hat trick.

 

Mike O'Brien powered the Brewstars' victory with an excellent four points on the strength of a hat trick, including the shootout winner, and an assist.

 

A major three-point display was earned by both Mike Loptson and Stu Robertson, while TJ Ruohio reaped a very good two points for the Brewstars.

 

Between the posts, Jared Powell, a Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, stifled 22 shots in the win.

 

The Blazers were led by Jack Hartford, who finished with a great three-point showing.

 

Cameron Leitch notched a strong two points for the Blazers.

 

Alex Jamieson, the captain and goaltender of the Blazers, collected 25 stops.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dirty Mike & the Boys vs. Timberwolves on Nov 16th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, November 17, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 12th-year Dirty Mike & the Boys (since 2011) quarrelled with the 13th-year Timberwolves (since 2010).
 

Brenden Birdsell launched the first of a four-score Dirty Mike & the Boys' barrage, with the first three goals coming within only a 2:12 span.

 

The Jr. A Drumheller Dragons' alumnus, Rob Geddes, who had a pair, and Emilio Fortugno, who played professionally for Milenio Logroño in Spain, generated the firepower of the Dirty Mike & the Boys. Greg Clarke, Dan Hickaway, Emilio Fortugno, Keaton Burke, an alumnus of the AAA Calgary Northstars, and the captain, Mark Hickaway, provided the vulcanized munitions.

 

In the second round, it was an all-out offensive showcase as the Dirty Mike & the Boys and the Timberwolves pierced a collective total of eight enemy targets to escalate the battle to an 8-4 advantage for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

The gunmen of the Dirty Mike & the Boys were Rob Geddes, who acquired his third for a hat trick; Greg Clarke, who notched two; and Mark Hickaway.

 

Kevin Stokvis, Jesse Piteau, Jake Thompson, who is the captain, and Steven Dender utilized their precision bladework to slice through the opponent's crucial red line between the posts for the Timberwolves.

 

Elliot Clease, Dan Hickaway, Rob Geddes, Brenden Birdsell, Justin Oliverio, who is a Jr. B Northwest Calgary Stampeders' alumnus, and Misha Davidson supplied the pinpoint passing for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

The Timberwolves' dishes were dispersed by Jake Thompson, Jesse Piteau, Kevin Stokvis, Jon Ryer, Scott Boyle, and Kurt Brillinger.

 

Additional fire was exchanged in the finale to conclude the battle with a 9-5 victory for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

Emilio Fortugno, who was aided by Justin Oliverio and Keaton Burke, was the Dirty Mike & the Boys' gunner.

 

Jake Thompson and Kevin Stokvis propelled Jesse Piteau, who caused the damage for the Timberwolves.

 

The triumph of the Dirty Mike & the Boys was directed by Rob Geddes and Greg Clarke, each of whom achieved an excellent four-point performance.

 

Rob Geddes gained a hat trick and an assist, while Greg Clarke amassed the opposite with a goal and three setups.


A great three points were earned by both Emilio Fortugno and Keaton Burke for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

Brenden Birdsell, Mark Hickaway, Dan Hickaway, and Justin Oliverio of the Dirty Mike & the Boys each finished with a strong pair of points.
 

On the blue paint, Taylor Rudkin, the Jr. C Springbank Rockies' alumnus, stockpiled a vast total of 35 saves in the win.

 

The Timberwolves were guided by Jesse Piteau and Jake Thompson, who both racked up a top-flight four-point showing.
 

Kevin Stokvis put on a major three-point display for the Timberwolves.

 

The keeper of the Timberwolves, Sam Osman, stymied 25 shots from the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

TigerBuffs vs. Penguins on Nov 15th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 16, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 13th-year TigerBuffs (since 2010) duelled against the 12th-year Penguins (since 2011).

 

Kevin Leonard, who is a Jr. A Canmore Eagles' alumnus, took the first step for the TigerBuffs as he carved out a 1-0 lead with the assistance of Reed Lesko and Pat Campbell.

 

Eighty-six seconds later, Skyler Nagorski sent in Rob Vardy, who caused the damage for the Penguins to equalize the affair at 1-1.

 

Only 1:39 had passed when Kevin Leonard reacquired the upper hand at 2-1 for the TigerBuffs off the dish from Reed Lesko.

 

Just 45 more seconds disappeared from the clock before Skyler Nagorski, with the support of Tom Wilson, tied it up again for the Penguins with a 2-2 score.

 

Ryan Volpi finally gave the Penguins some breathing room with their first lead at 3-2, thanks to the spot-on passing of Darren Romih and Avery Sakundiak.

 

In the next round, the TigerBuffs' Kevin Leonard, once again, opened up the offence for his third of the night to notch a hat trick and tie up the match, showing 3-3 on the scoreboard.

 

Fed up with the constant back-and-forth battle, the Penguins assembled their attacking force of four in Tom Wilson, Avery Sakundiak, Isaac Boudreau, and Darren Romih to score four consecutive goals and elevate their squad to 7-3.

 

Avery Sakundiak, Skyler Nagorski, Scott Bahcheli, who is a Jr. B Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, Tim Breen, and Isaac Boudreau helped make it happen for the Penguins with their feathered feeds.

 

For the third straight period, Kevin Leonard started it off with a snipe for the TigerBuffs, and this time it was assisted by Mike Brady.

 

Bradley Kerwin of the TigerBuffs crushed the late power play chance with the help of Andrew Park and Mike Brady to settle the match at a 7-5 final score for the victorious Penguins.

 

Skyler Nagorski and Avery Sakundiak were the architects of the Penguins' triumph, as they had an excellent four-point showing and a great three points, respectively.

 

A strong two-point display was put forth by the trio of Isaac Boudreau, Darren Romih, and Tom Wilson for the Penguins.

 

The Penguins' goalkeeper, Kyle Bygrove, a Jr. C Springbank Rockies' alumnus, repelled 21 shots in the win.

 

Kevin Leonard led the TigerBuffs with a superb four-goal performance.

 

Mike Brady and Reed Lesko reaped a very good two points for the TigerBuffs. Their netminder, Ryan Floyde, struck down 18 chances by the Penguins.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Catalina Wine Mixers vs. Wolfpack on Nov 15th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 16, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 15th-year Catalina Wine Mixers (since 2008) feuded against the 10th-year Wolfpack (since 2013).

 

Utilizing his blade, Ryan Miller made the first incision through the vital red line to draw the first blood for the Wolfpack, as he was assisted by Caleb Pierce.


Jeff Hewitt countered for the Catalina Wine Mixers by taking aim and unloading on the six-by-four frame, while Dino Sakkalis and Jared Berreth provided the deadly hollow-point ammunition to equilibrate the engagement at 1-1.

 

Then, over a 1:42 span, Andy McLeod and Caleb Pierce, who had a pair, joined forces to transform the 1-1 tie into a 4-1 advantage for the Wolfpack. The pinpoint passes were distributed by Ryan Miller, Caleb Pierce, Dan Nielsen, Reid Miller, and Dean Semeniuk.

 

In the next chapter, the Wolfpack struck four more times, combining the expertise of Dean Semeniuk, Ty Corbiell, Ryan Miller, and Patrick Sipila with the full support of their teammates Ty Corbiell, Matt Thibault, Caleb Pierce, Dean Semeniuk, and Geoff Durant.

 

No Catalina Wine Mixers' box score would be complete without Gavin Ellsworth, who continued his sharpshooting streak with a snipe in his eighth straight game off a feed from Scott Montgomery.

 

Glenn Omeasoo increased the count of the Catalina Wine Mixers by two, as he was aided on both occasions by the captain, Nate L'Archeveque, and Gavin Ellsworth.
 

The tally after two rounds was 8-4 for the Wolfpack.

 

Andy McLeod, Ryan Miller, and Matt Thibault set up Dean Semeniuk, who compiled two more goals for the Wolfpack in the finale to secure his hat trick and send his team off the ice with a 10-4 victory.

 

The Wolfpack's triumph was engineered by the outstanding performances of Ryan Miller, Caleb Pierce, and Dean Semeniuk.

 

Ryan Miller and Caleb Pierce each achieved a six-point showing, while Dean Semeniuk gained five points.

 

A major three-point display was possessed by the Wolfpack's Matt Thibault.

 

Ty Corbiell and Andy McLeod each reaped a very good two points for the Wolfpack. Calvin Pardy, their keeper and captain, made 16 saves in the win.

 

The Catalina Wine Mixers were led by Gavin Ellsworth, who possessed a great three-point display.

 

Glenn Omeasoo and Nate L'Archeveque both notched strong two-point outings for the Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

On the blue paint, Gabriel Young stymied 28 shots from the Wolfpack.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded 18 years ago in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Panthers vs. The Jerry's on Nov 14th
Posted By: CAHL
Tuesday, November 15, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This bout was between the 16th-year Panthers (since 2007) and the 11th-year The Jerry's (since 2012).

 

Only 17 beats of the heart were needed to power Jackson Hawton as he propelled the vulcanized bullet into its destination past the red line between the posts to uplift the Panthers to a 1-0 advantage just 17 seconds after the opening faceoff with the assistance of Adam Ludwar and Justin Withers.

 

The offensive tone of the conflict was set early, and the Panthers acquired two of the next three goals before The Jerry's capped off the first period with four straight to grasp a 5-3 lead.

 

Ryan Kettles and Adam Ludwar launched the next Panthers' missiles with the support of Dustin Honing, who is a Texas Tech University Red Raiders' alumnus, Chris Plottnikoff, and Jackson Hawton.

 

Ian Matthews, who had a pair, the Jr. B Grande Prairie Kings' alumnus, Mitch Robideau, Spencer Burton, who notched a key shorthander, and Clancy Melhoff were the artillerymen of The Jerry's, while Clancy Melhoff, Brett Corkey, who played professionally for the ECHL Wheeling Nailers, Ian Matthews, and Mitch Robideau provided the shells.

 

In the second chapter, the Jr. A Dauphin Kings' alumnus, Dylan Bredahl, who was aided by Clancy Melhoff and Brett Corkey, extended The Jerry's upper hand even further to 6-3.

 

Jackson Hawton of the Panthers was not going to let that slide and go unanswered as he then, over a span of 3:26, first secured his second of the night, which was a shorthanded marker, before adding his third for a hat trick. He was set up by his teammates Adam Ludwar and Dustin Honing, who helped him splinter the shortfall from 6-3 to 6-5.

 

Braeden Pivnick and Dylan Bredahl of the Jerry's obtained the vital insurance in the finale off the pinpoint passing of Dylan Bredahl, Dawson Wack, and Braeden Pivnick to capture an 8-5 triumph.

 

The Jerry's victory was designed by Clancy Melhoff, Dylan Bredahl, Ian Matthews, and Brett Corkey.

 

Clancy Melhoff achieved an excellent four-point performance, while Dylan Bredahl, Ian Matthews, and Brett Corkey each had a great three points.

 

A strong two-point outing was earned by the trio of Braeden Pivnick, Mitch Robideau, and Dawson Wack for The Jerry's.

 

Mitch Martell, the keeper of The Jerry's, stifled 13 shots in the win.

 

The Panthers were led by Jackson Hawton and Adam Ludwar, each of whom amassed a top-flight four-point showing.

 

Jackson Hawton gained a hat trick and an assist, while Adam Ludwar reaped the opposite with a snipe and three setups.

 

Dustin Honing, the Panthers' captain, finished with a very good pair of points.

 

The Jr. B High River Flyers' alumnus goalie Tyler Fornwald stymied a tremendous total of 36 attacks from The Jerry's.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Hornets vs. Eiffel Towers on Nov 14th
Posted By: CAHL
Tuesday, November 15, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 15th-year Hornets (since 2008) warred against the 11th-year Eiffel Towers (since 2012).

 

Thirty-nine seconds after the start of the match were all that Colby Kawa needed in order to heighten the status of the Eiffel Towers on the scoreboard to 1-0, as he was aided by his teammates Matt Krystofiak and the Jr. B Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, Cam McCormack.

 

The Hornets saved their answer until the clock showed 7:59, but it was worth the wait as they fired in three of the next four tallies to leave the first period with a 3-2 upper hand.

 

Michael Cameron, Dylan MacDonald, and David Pope were the Hornets' marksmen, while Jason Glass, David Pope, Joey Shaw, and Dylan MacDonald dispensed the black bullets.
 

Shaun Nolan, the Eiffel Towers' captain, was their cannoneer, while Nick Saar and Colby Kawa supplied the munitions.

 

Joey Shaw, who already had a pair of assists, was the next to pull the trigger, which elevated the Hornets even further to 4-2 in the middle round. The loaded magazines were provided by David Pope and Jon Glass.

 

Just 1:27 later, the Eiffel Towers' Cam McCormack cut the deficit back down to one at 4-3 with his second point of the night off the spot-on passing of Mitchell Devitt and Jackson Kostiuk.

 

In the last chapter, Dylan MacDonald reacquired the crucial insurance for the Hornets to grasp a 5-3 advantage with the support of Jon Glass and David Giacobbo.

 

The Eiffel Towers went on a two-score comeback mission and got painfully close within only one at the 0:40 mark due to their sharpshooter Nick Saar, who was helped by Cam McCormack. However, the remaining 40 seconds faded away, and the final horn sounded to declare the 5-4 triumph of the Hornets.

 

Dylan MacDonald, David Pope, and Joey Shaw energized the Hornets' victory, each of whom put on a great three-point showing.

 

A very good two points were earned by Jon Glass of the Hornets.

 

Kyle Roll, the Hornets' goaltender, thwarted 31 shots in the win.

 

The Eiffel Towers were fuelled by Cam McCormack, Colby Kawa, and Nick Saar.

 

Cam McCormack had a major three-point display, while Colby Kawa and Nick Saar each reaped a strong pair of points.

 

The Eiffel Towers' goalie, Jordan Johnson, obstructed 25 chances by the Hornets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

CAHL Scorer and Goalie of the Month Awards Race
Posted By: CAHL
Monday, November 14, 2022

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Dustin Honing was the CAHL Scorer of the Month Award winner for the month of October 2022.

 

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Cody Schubert was the CAHL Goalie of the Month Award winner for the month of October 2022.

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The Scorer of the Month Award and Goalie of the Month Award competitions are heating up for the month of November 2022.

 

For the Scorer of the Month Award, the Jr. A Calgary Canucks' alumnus, Chandler Irvin of the Man Rockets, is currently in first place with 14 points.

 

The Texas Tech University Red Raiders' alumnus, Dustin Honing of the Panthers, is in second place with 10 points.

 

Darren Schmautz of the Man Rockets, who is a Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, is in third place with 10 points.

 

For the Goalie of the Month Award, Nathan Huston* of the Ambrose University Lions is currently in first place with a 1.00 goals against average and holds the tiebreaker with the edge in save percentage.

 

Kevin Dusseldorp* of the Axemen is in second place with a 1.00 goals against average.

 

Trevor Rowe* of the Chargers is in third place with a 2.00 goals against average.

 

CAHL Scorer of the Month Award for November 2022

Rank

Name

Team

GP

G

A

PTS

1

Chandler Irvin

Man Rockets

3

8

6

14

2

Dustin Honing

Panthers

2

6

4

10

3

Darren Schmautz

Man Rockets

3

4

6

10

 

Tiebreakers:
1. G (who had more G during the month)
2. GP (who had less GP during the month)
3. PTS in a single game (who had the most PTS in a single game during the month)
4. G in a single game (who had the most G in a single game during the month)
5. A in a single game (who had the most A in a single game during the month)

 

CAHL Goalie of the Month Award for November 2022

Rank

Name

Team

GP

W

L

GA

GAA

SV%

1

Nathan Huston*

Ambrose University Lions

1

1

0

1

1.00 .960

2

Kevin Dusseldorp*

Axemen

1

1

0

1

1.00 .938

3

Trevor Rowe*

Chargers

2

2

0

4

2.00 .909
 

*A minimum of three games played for the month is required in order to qualify for the CAHL Goalie of the Month Award.

 

Tiebreakers:
1. GP (who had more GP during the month)
2. SV% (who had the higher SV% during the month)
3. SV (who had more SV during the month)
4. GA in a single game (who had the lowest GA in a single game during the month)
5. GA in a single game (who had the second lowest GA in a single game during the month)

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ambrose University vs. The Pylons on Nov 13th
Posted By: CAHL
Monday, November 14, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 15th-year Ambrose University Lions (since 2008) feuded with the 13th-year The Pylons (since 2010).

 

With his eighth goal in just his fourth game, the Jr. B Chilliwack Jets' alumnus, Dawson Wollf, continued his scalding pace as he transformed the zero into a one on the scoreboard for the Ambrose University Lions with the assistance of Ethan Babcock and John Glanville.

 

In the next chapter, The Pylons heightened their attack rate to almost one per minute. However, the paladin of the net, Nathan Huston, valiantly withstood the 13 shots to enter the second intermission with a collective 17 saves and a 100% stoppage rate over the first two rounds for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' Dawson Wollf then returned the earlier favour from Ethan Babcock, as he set him up to acquire his team-leading 14th point and increase their edge to 2-0.


Already sitting at 10 goals this season, the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, Rhys Brent, was simply not going to tolerate The Pylons' 2-0 disadvantage any further. With 6:57 remaining in the finale, Rhys Brent crushed his 11th snipe to shear the deficit in half to 2-1.

 

There was still more than enough time for a comeback. However, the last line of defence, Nathan Huston, had his own objective in mind, as he returned to his unconquerable mode and was bulletproof the rest of the way to secure the 2-1 triumph for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' victory was commanded by Nathan Huston, Ethan Babcock, and Dawson Wollf.

 

Nathan Huston stymied a total of 24 out of the 25 shots for an outstanding .960 save percentage in the win.

 

Ethan Babcock and Dawson Wollf both had a strong two-point showing with a goal and an assist each. The game winner was reaped by Ethan Babcock.

 

The Pylons were fuelled by Rhys Brent, who notched a good goal.

 

Bobby Fowler, the goalkeeper of The Pylons, thwarted 13 chances by the Ambrose University Lions.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

King Cobras vs. Knights on Nov 12th
Posted By: CAHL
Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The sixth-year King Cobras (since 2017) tussled with the eighth-year Knights (since 2015).

 

Calvin Gerlitz, the Jr. B Calgary Buffalo Blackhawks' alumnus, with the assistance of Alex Brownlee, instigated the first of a five-goal eruption for the Knights in the opening period.

 

The Knights' Duane Laurendeau, Alex Brownlee, and captain Matt Danko, who had a pair, inflicted the damage with their blades, as they were supported by Branden Atchison, Calvin Gerlitz, Glen Rees, and Koleton Page to make it 5-0.

 

In the next round, Aaron Cleveland, the AAA Calgary Northstars Blazers' alumnus, rippled the inner mesh with a piercing, venomous attack for the King Cobras, cutting the shortfall down to 5-1. He was set up by Logan Bondy and Gino Secreto.

 

Alex Brownlee and Glen Rees increased the strength of the Knights even further to 7-1 with the help of Alex Abreu, Joe Wijsman, and Matt Danko to conclude the second chapter.

 

In the finale, Koleton Page, who was bolstered by Glen Rees and Joe Wijsman, added one more count to the Knights' tally, finishing the battle with an 8-1 triumph.

 

Glen Rees, Alex Brownlee, Matt Danko, and Joe Wijsman were the engineers of the Knights' victory.

 

An excellent four points were gained by Glen Rees, while Alex Brownlee, Matt Danko, and Joe Wijsman each had a great three-point showing.

 

A strong two points were reaped by both Calvin Gerlitz and Koleton Page for the Knights.

 

Cody Schubert, the keeper of the Knights, stopped 13 of 14 shots for a top-flight .929 save percentage in the win.

 

The King Cobras were fuelled by Aaron Cleveland, Logan Bondy, and Gino Secreto.

 

Aaron Cleveland notched a good goal. Logan Bondy and Gino Secreto each earned a solid assist.

 

Cole Hardy, the King Cobras' goalie, finished with a vast total of 35 saves.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Bumble Berries vs. Lycans on Nov 12th
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Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The third-year Bumble Berries (since 2020) scuffled with the 11th-year Lycans (since 2012).

 

Less than 10 breaths of air were needed as Eddie Roe launched his laser-sighted snipe off the precision passing of Dino Cesario and Jamie Monaghan to give the Lycans an early 1-0 advantage just 10 seconds into the match.

 

The Lycans' anti-weapons system, Darrel Khong, detected and destroyed all 10 invasive projectiles in the opening round for a 100% save percentage to take the 1-0 edge into the first intermission.

 

A new battle plan was drawn up by Kevin Chow, Derek Unterberger, and Daniel Garvey of the Bumble Berries, and they were able to finally solve the conundrum as they escalated their attack rate even further.

 

Kevin Chow, who had three for a hat trick, Derek Unterberger, and Daniel Garvey took out the targets behind the vital red line, while Ryan Dorchester, Daniel Garvey, Jeffrey Ramsay, Luke Braun, Ben Pierce, Kevin Chow, and Ross Berreth supplied them with the vulcanized black bullets.

 

Garret Murray of the Lycans struck back with the support of Lucas Yu to conclude the second chapter at 5-2 for the Bumble Berries.

 

The Bumble Berries added two more in the finale to skate off with a 7-2 triumph.

 

Luke Braun and Kevin Chow were the sharpshooters. Kevin Chow and the Brauns, Max Braun and Luke Braun, provided the ammunition.

 

The Bumble Berries' victory was engineered by Kevin Chow, who achieved an incredible six-point performance on the strength of four goals and two assists.

 

A great three points were earned by both Luke Braun and Ben Pierce, while Daniel Garvey notched a strong two-point showing for the Bumble Berries.


Andy Robertson, the keeper of the Bumble Berries, made nine saves in the win.


The Lycans were guided by Garret Murray and Eddie Roe, each of whom had a good goal.

 

Dino Cesario, Jamie Monaghan, and Lucas Yu of the Lycans reaped a solid assist apiece.

 

Between the posts, Darrel Khong denied 29 shots from the Bumble Berries.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Phillies vs. Pylons on Nov 12th
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Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 13th-year Phillies (since 2010) competed against the 17th-year Pylons (since 2006) on this night.

 

Thirty-eight seconds into the contest, the Pylons' Chris Thompson, who was assisted by Dale MacPherson and Rory Livingston, ignited a four-score outburst over the next three minutes and 11 seconds.

The Pylons' shooters were Kevin Malcom and the captain, Jamie Carr, who had a pair, as they secured an early 4-0 advantage.

 

Matt Thibault, Chris Fitchett, Chris Thompson, and Kyle Stewart provided the pinpoint passing.

 

Shane Harbourne retaliated for the Phillies as he was set up by his teammates Justin Scott and Jason Hennig to cut into the lead at 4-1.

 

In the second round, the Phillies' Kent Paquin and Alex Nguyen continued the work of Shane Harbourne as they splintered the deficit even further to 4-3 with the help of Alex Loach, Eric Henderson, and Shane Harbourne.

 

Chris Fitchett reacquired some insurance for the Pylons to conclude the second chapter with a 5-3 edge for his team.

 

In the finale, the relentless Phillies sent in Jason Hennig to inflict further damage and tighten the match again at 5-4. He was set up by Alex Nguyen.

 

The Pylons alternated snipes with the Phillies for the rest of the way to finish with a 7-5 triumph for the Pylons.

 

Kyle Stewart and Chris Thompson pulled the triggers for the Pylons, while Alex Loach, who was aided by captain Andrew Faulds, was the marksman for the Phillies.

 

Travis Blondin and Dale MacPherson were the Pylons' playmakers.

 

The Pylons' victory was energized by Chris Thompson, who achieved an excellent four-point performance on the strength of a pair of goals and assists.

 

Jamie Carr, Chris Fitchett, Kyle Stewart, Dale MacPherson, and Matt Thibault all notched a very good two points for the Pylons.

 

The keeper of the Pylons, Mike Johnson, made 23 saves in the win.

 

Shane Harbourne, Jason Hennig, Alex Loach, and Alex Nguyen guided the Phillies with strong two-point showings.

 

Dave Mallory, the Phillies' goalie, stymied 25 shots.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Chargers vs. Mighty Schmucks on Nov 12th
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Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The seventh-year Chargers (since 2016) quarrelled with the ninth-year Mighty Schmucks (since 2014).

 

Within a 2:59 span, Chris Ferrari not only gifted the Chargers the opening lead, he then secured a momentum-gaining shorthanded marker for insurance to elevate his team to 2-0. Dan Cyca and Thomas Gilman provided the spot-on passing.

 

Trevor Rowe stopped all eight shots to keep the Mighty Schmucks at bay.

 

In the second period, Ryan Koyzan finally solved the impenetrable challenge for the Mighty Schmucks with the assistance of Richard Hassard and their goaltender and captain, Danny Gardner, to chop the deficit in half from 2-0 to 2-1.


Thomas Gilman, who was supported by Jordan Myers, reacquired the cherished safeguard in the final chapter to boost the Chargers to 3-1.

 

Trevor Rowe, the guardian of the net, returned to his invincible form in the finale as he destroyed all 10 incoming projectiles for a perfect 100% stoppage rate to shield the lead for the rest of the journey and capture the 3-1 triumph for the Chargers.

 

The Chargers' victory was engineered by Trevor Rowe, Chris Ferrari, and Thomas Gilman.

 

Trevor Rowe stifled 25 out of the 26 shots for an outstanding .962 save percentage in the win.

 

Chris Ferrari had a great two-goal showing, including the vital game-winning shorthanded tally, while Thomas Gilman earned a strong pair of points with a snipe and an assist.

 

The Mighty Schmucks were powered by Ryan Koyzan, Danny Gardner, and Richard Hassard.

 

Ryan Koyzan notched a good goal. Danny Gardner and Richard Hassard reaped a solid assist apiece.

 

Danny Gardner, the Mighty Schmucks' goalie, denied 19 attempts by the Chargers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tyro Maniacs vs. Rug Doctors on Nov 12th
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Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 17th-year Tyro Maniacs (since 2006) skirmished with the 16th-year Rug Doctors (since 2007).

 

Less than two minutes after the opening face-off were needed for Joe Nitychoruk, with the assistance of Chris Ludtke, to grasp the early 1-0 advantage for the Tyro Maniacs.
 

Jim Bent and Oscar Beaver also scored for the Tyro Maniacs, while Greg Kennedy responded for the Rug Doctors to cap off the first period at 3-1 in favour of the Tyro Maniacs.


Kevin Whitwham and Robert Statham supplied the dishes for the Tyro Maniacs.

 

The Rug Doctors' playmakers were Tim Kozak and Matt Wishart.

 

More shots were exchanged in the next round as the Rug Doctos' Brandon Egli and Matt Wishart eliminated their enemy targets, while they were helped by their teammates Tom Joines, Matt Wishart, Spencer Egli, and Dave Crawford.

 

Terry Penner crushed his objective for the Tyro Maniacs with the support of Joe Nitychoruk and Kevin Whitwham, to settle the middle episode with a 4-3 lead.

 

In the final chapter, the Rug Doctors engaged their top gear and fired in three consecutive goals. They first tied it up at 4-4, then took the lead at 5-4 before finally adding a late insurance marker to capture a 6-4 triumph.

 

Brandon Egli, who tied the match for his second and secured the insurance with his third for a hat trick, and Tom Joines were the Rug Doctors' marksmen. Spencer Egli, Clark Piechotta, Matt Wishart, and Brandon Egli supplied the ammunition.

 

The Rug Doctors' victory was engineered by Brandon Egli and Matt Wishart, each of whom achieved an excellent four-point performance. Brandon Egli had a hat trick and an assist, while Matt Wishart amassed the opposite with a goal and three setups.

 

Tom Joines and Spencer Egli both notched a very good pair of points for the Rug Doctors.

 

The keeper of the Rug Doctors, Trevor Bull, stymied 24 shots from the Tyro Maniacs in the win.

 

Joe Nitychoruk and Kevin Whitwham guided the Tyro Maniacs with a strong two-point showing.

 

Their netminder, Dana Crawler, rejected 24 attacks by the Rug Doctors.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Purple Haze vs. Man Rockets on Nov 12th
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Sunday, November 13, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The ninth-year Purple Haze (since 2014) collided with the second-year Man Rockets (since 2021).

 

Thirty-three seconds into the match, Chandler Irvin, the Jr. A Calgary Canucks' alumnus, continued his seek-and-destroy pace with his 12th goal in just his sixth game to take hold of the opening lead for the Man Rockets.

 

The Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumni duo of Darren Schmautz and Jay Labelle provided the precision passing.

 

Thirty-seven seconds later, Darren Schmautz uplifted the Man Rockets even further, to 2-0, with his seventh of the season. He was set up by Riley Boothby and Jay Labelle.

 

The Purple Haze and the Man Rockets then alternated goals for the rest of the period to conclude the round at 4-2 for the Man Rockets.

 

Luke Lytle and the Jr. C Eastern Shore Thunder alumnus, Graeme Saxberg, were the Purple Haze shooters, while Darren Schmautz and Jay Labelle pressed the triggers for the Man Rockets.

 

The playmaking team of the Purple Haze was composed of Kelly Bagley, Chad Clarke, and Jorgen Elsborg.

 

Calvin Roberts, Darcy Erickson, and Alex Papadoulis supplied the dishes for the Man Rockets.

 

The Man Rockets heightened their offence in the next chapter with a five-score output as the Purple Haze gave a three-tally response to escalate the battle to a 9-5 upper hand for the Man Rockets.

 

Jay Labelle, who had two, including his third for a hat trick, captain Brady Reid, Chandler Irvin, and Darcy Erickson did the damage for the Man Rockets with the help of their teammates Chandler Irvin, Darren Schmautz, Al Doucet, Nick Mann, Brady Reid, and Riley Boothby.

 

The vulcanized munitions were off the blades of Chad Clarke, Graeme Saxberg, and Luke Lytle for the Purple Haze, as Kelly Bagley and Luke Lytle dispensed the feathered feeds.

 

In the finale, the special forces marksmen Chandler Irvin capitalized on the late power play for a hat trick, which finished the clash with a 10-5 Man Rockets' triumph.

 

The victorious Man Rockets' directors of offence were Chandler Irvin, Jay Labelle, and Darren Schmautz, each of whom achieved outstanding five-point performances. Chandler Irvin and Jay Labelle both notched hat tricks.

 

A major three-point display was possessed by Al Doucet, while Darcy Erickson, Brady Reid, and Riley Boothby all reaped a very good two points.

 

Their goalie, Caleb McGuire, the Jr. B Sexsmith Vipers' alumnus, repelled 27 shots in the win.

 

The Purple Haze were energized by Luke Lytle and Kelly Bagley, who both had great three-point showings.

 

Graeme Saxberg and Chad Clarke each earned a strong two points for the Purple Haze.

 

Between the posts, Jorgen Elsborg stifled a vast total of 34 chances by the Man Rockets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Richco Rangers vs. Snipers on Nov 11th
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Saturday, November 12, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 12th-year Richco Rangers (since 2011) skirmished with the sixth-year Snipers (since 2017).

 

Two minutes and eight seconds were all it took for the Snipers to secure the opening score due to the marksmanship of Adrian Roefs, while Mark Dickson and Bryan Adams supplied the black vulcanized ammunition.
 

The Richco Rangers responded with Dylan Kempin, Stevens Rancourt, and Calvin Lee, who rifled in three consecutive goals to overtake the scoreboard at 3-1.

 

Stevens Rancourt, Calvin Lee, Brett Schaeffler, and Dylan Kempin were the playmakers for the Richco Rangers.

 

Another two tallies were added to the Richco Rangers' count in the next period off the blades of Stevens Rancourt and Jeremy Vonrieben, with the support of their teammates Brett Schaeffler and Micheal McKinley, to conclude the middle episode with a 5-1 advantage.

 

With three in the first, two in the second, it was fitting that the Richco Rangers fired in one more in the third, as Dylan Kempin made it happen off the passing of Calvin Lee.

 

Three, two, one... like their order of goals, the final horn sounded after the remaining seconds disappeared from the clock to declare the 6-1 triumph of the Richco Rangers.

 

The architects of the Richco Rangers' victory were Stevens Rancourt and Matt Haines.

 

Stevens Rancourt had an excellent four-point performance on the strength of a pair of goals, including the game winner, and assists.

 

Goaltender Matt Haines halted 21 of the 22 shots for a superb .955 save percentage in the win.

 

A great three points each were earned by the trio of Dylan Kempin, Calvin Lee, and Brett Schaeffler for the Richco Rangers.

 

The Snipers were powered by Adrian Roefs, Bryan Adams, and Mark Dickson.

 

Adrian Roefs notched a good goal, while Bryan Adams and Mark Dickson each had a solid assist apiece.

 

Jeff Hiscock, the Snipers' goalie, stifled 18 opportunities by the Richco Rangers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Purple Haze vs. Swedish Berries on Nov 11th
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Saturday, November 12, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This siege was between the ninth-year Purple Haze (since 2014) and the fifth-year Swedish Berries (since 2018).

 

It took until past the halfway mark of the opening period for the first score, but it was worth the wait for the Purple Haze as Dave Bryan wielded the blade that drew first blood. Scott Kohn supplied the sharp pass.

 

Just over three minutes later, Ben Pierce, with the support of Zachary White and Nolan Betzner, obtained payback as he rippled the inner mesh to even it up at 1-1 for the Swedish Berries.

 

In the next chapter, the captain, Cayden Murray, led the charge out of the trenches and onto no man's land to eliminate the enemy target and grasp a 2-1 lead for the Swedish Berries. Zachary White and Ben Pierce provided the covering fire.

 

Forty-seven seconds into the final battle, Joel Kennedy equalized the engagement at 2-2 for the Purple Haze with the assistance of Dave Bryan and Kelly Bagley.

 

Determined to end this back-and-forth conflict, Evan Wilkinson and Joey Ell of the Swedish Berries combined their expertise to not only take a 3-2 upper hand, but 37 seconds later acquire the insurance marker to elevate it to 4-2.

 

Zachary White, Ben Pierce, Cayden Murray, and Dawson O'Brien were the assistant gunners for the Swedish Berries.

 

There was still time for a comeback with a Purple Haze powerplay and over four minutes showing on the clock. However, Dawson O'Brien had other plans for the Swedish Berries, as he fired in a momentum-gaining shorthander to seal the eventual 5-2 Swedish Berries' triumph.

 

The Swedish Berries' victory was engineered by Ben Pierce and Zachary White, each of whom had a great three points.

 

Cayden Murray and Dawson O'Brien both notched big two-point showings for the Swedish Berries.

 

The AAA Okanagan Rockets' alumnus, Nikolas Bregeda, smothered 22 out of the 24 shots for a strong .917 save percentage in the win.

 

Dave Bryan and Joel Kennedy led the Purple Haze with a very good two-point display and a good goal, respectively.
 

The keeper of the Purple Haze, Jorgen Elsborg, repelled 19 chances by the Swedish Berries.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The Regretzkys vs. Young Bucks on Nov 11th
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Saturday, November 12, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The first-year The Regretzkys (since 2022) combatted the sixth-year Young Bucks (since 2017).

 

Liam Miller and Luke Winquist, the paladins of the net for The Regretzkys and the Young Bucks, respectively, were invincible in the first chapter, as they destroyed a collective 20 incoming projectiles to conclude with a 0-0 score.

 

In response, both sides escalated their attack rates even further and were able to finally solve their conundrums.

 

The Regretzkys' special forces division marksman, Spencer Branscombe, with the assistance of AAA Edge School Prep alumnus Matthew Dagenais, and Brett Thorne, struck first on the power play.

 

Jayden Crandell and Nathan Ripley, who had two, acquired payback for the Young Bucks with three consecutive scores to grasp a 3-1 lead. Nick Sayer, Brennan MacLean, and Alex Mombourquette provided the feeds.

 

The Regretzkys and Young Bucks continued to exchange a barrage of black bullets as the captain, Chase Bonertz, who notched a pair, and Callum Meghee pressed the triggers for The Regretzkys, while Alex Mombourquette and Chris Pedersen, who gained two, were the shooters for the Young Bucks.

 

Spencer Branscombe, Ethan Beatty, the NAIT Ooks' alumna, Jordan McMillan, and the University of Saskatchewan Huskies' alumna, Lauren Zary, provided the loaded magazines for The Regretzkys.

 

The setup team of the Young Bucks was composed of Brennan MacLean, Kale Mah-Vierling, Marcus McCambly, Jackson Shulz, and their captain, Matt McLachlin.

 

After the dust settled from the shooting gallery, the Young Bucks stood tall with a 6-4 advantage.

 

Additional shots were fired in the final round, with Brett Thorne, who was bolstered by Kale Berglund, being responsible for shattering the enemy target for The Regretzkys.

 

Jackson Shulz pierced the thin red line for the Young Bucks.

 

The remaining numbers on the clock faded away, and the last horn blared to signal the 7-5 triumph of the Young Bucks.

 

Brennan MacLean, Chris Pedersen, Nathan Ripley, Alex Mombourquette, and Jackson Shulz designed the blueprint for the Young Bucks' victory.

 

A major three-point showing was earned by Brennan MacLean, while Chris Pedersen, Nathan Ripley, Alex Mombourquette, and Jackson Shulz each had a very good two points.

 

Luke Winquist, the keeper of the Young Bucks, stifled 22 shots in the win.

 

The Regretzkys were led by Spencer Branscombe, Chase Bonertz, and Brett Thorne.

 

Spencer Branscombe and Chase Bonertz had great displays of three points and two goals, respectively, while Brett Thorne tallied a strong two-point output.

 

The Regretzkys' netminder Liam Miller repelled 23 chances from the Young Bucks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tea Bag of Justice vs. Man Rockets on Nov 11th
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Saturday, November 12, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year Tea Bag of Justice (since 2009) warred against the second-year Man Rockets (since 2021).

 

Their special weapons and tactics sharpshooter, Spencer Sobie, with the assistance of Brady Reid and Nick Mann, lined up the scope and took out the objective between the steel posts on the power play to acquire the first score for the Man Rockets.

 

The Tea Bag of Justice's Adam Vesterback secured justice for their squad as he unloaded on the Man Rockets to even it up at 1-1. Andrew Bolger and Matt Weimann provided him with the ammunition.

 

Nick Mann, Lee Reimer, and the Jr. A Calgary Canucks' alumnus, Chandler Irvin, launched the next flurry of attacks for the Man Rockets to increase their strength to 4-1. Spencer Sobie, Calvin Roberts, Justin Fredrich, and Jordan Hughes supplied the feeds.

 

Ian Gillies then notched his 516th goal and 930th point with just 58 seconds left in the initial period to cut the shortfall down to 4-2 off the passing of Cory Watkinson and Zac Parks.

 

In the next round, the Man Rockets' Chandler Irvin earned his 11th snipe in just his fifth game with a key shorthander with the support of Darcy Erickson, and the Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, Landon Bergh.

 

Nick Mann, who was aided by Brady Reid and Caleb McGuire, then heightened the Man Rockets' count on the scoreboard even further to 6-2.

 

Sniper Ben Lyman, along with Joe Perry and Matt Weimann of the Tea Bag of Justice's special forces division, obtained payback to move the score to 6-3 for the Man Rockets.

 

Three additional vulcanized munitions were fired in by the Man Rockets to conclude the middle episode with a 9-3 upper hand.

 

The Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, Jay Labelle, Landon Bergh, and Calvin Roberts were the shooters, as Landon Bergh, Alex Papadoulis, Jay Labelle, and Justin Fredrich contributed their help.

 

In the final chapter, the Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, Darren Schmautz, and Justin Fredrich, who was bolstered by Jay Labelle, added to the Man Rockets' total to finish with an 11-3 triumph.

 

Nick Mann, Landon Bergh, Justin Fredrich, Jay Labelle, and Chandler Irvin were the architects of the Man Rockets' victory.

 

Nick Mann, Landon Bergh, Justin Fredrich, and Jay Labelle all had a major three-point showing, while Chandler Irvin possessed a great two-goal outing with the game-winner and the shorthanded insurance marker.

 

A strong two-point display was earned by the trio of Calvin Roberts, Spencer Sobie, and Brady Reid for the Man Rockets.

 

On the blue paint, the Jr. B Cochrane Generals' alumnus, Garret Fraser, stymied the Tea Bag of Justice 19 times in the win.

 

Matt Weimann, Ian Gillies, Ben Lyman, and Adam Vesterback topped the Tea Bag of Justice.

 

Two points were reaped by Matt Weimann.

 

Ian Gillies, Ben Lyman, and Adam Vesterback each gained a good goal apiece.

 

Chris Bolssonneault, their goalie, repelled 27 shots from the Man Rockets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Whiskey Jacks vs. TigerBuffs on Nov 10th
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Friday, November 11, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 10th-year Whiskey Jacks (since 2013) skirmished with the 13th-year TigerBuffs (since 2010).

 

Justin Lockhart pressed the ignition of the Whiskey Jacks' offence to launch the first of a six-score eruption to start the match.

 

Jarrad Freadrich, Mike Miller, who had a pair, Dillon Newitt, and Logan Simmonds were the other marksmen of the Whiskey Jacks. Their ammunition was supplied by Mike Miller, Michael Rosloot, Kyle Galloway, Jarrad Freadrich, Andrew Tuck, Justin Lockhart, Dillon Newitt, and Drew Potter.
 

Mike Brady, with the assistance of Kevin Leonard, the Jr. A Canmore Eagles' alumnus, struck back for the TigerBuffs to close out the opening period at 6-1 for the Whiskey Jacks.

 

Dillon Newitt, and Brian Eastman, the captain of the Whiskey Jacks, acquired two more goals, as Jarrad Freadrich and Justin Lockhart contributed the feathered feeds.

 

The TigerBuffs' Kevin Leonard lined up the iron sights with the hostile target and pulled the trigger to settle the middle chapter with an 8-2 advantage for the Whiskey Jacks. Mike Brady and Bradley Kerwin provided the spot-on passing.

 

Kevin Leonard and Pat Campbell eliminated a couple of more adversarial marks for the TigerBuffs in the finale, while Michael Rosloot, with the aid of Richard Newitt and Carey Henetiuk, fired back for the Whiskey Jacks.

 

Bradley Kerwin, Mike Brady, Rob Carr, and Michael McColl were the playmakers for the TigerBuffs.

 

The remaining seconds faded from the clock, and the final horn sounded to signal the 9-4 triumph of the Whiskey Jacks.

 

Mike Miller, Jarrad Freadrich, and Justin Lockhart powered the Whiskey Jacks' victory, as they each achieved an excellent four points.

 

A major three-point display was possessed by both Dillon Newitt and Michael Rosloot for the Whiskey Jacks.

 

Noah Melnychuk, the keeper of the Whiskey Jacks, stifled a vast total of 36 out of 40 shots for a rock solid .900 save percentage in the win.

 

The TigerBuffs were fuelled by Kevin Leonard and Mike Brady, each of whom had a great three-point showing.

 

A strong two points were earned by Bradley Kerwin of the TigerBuffs.

 

Their goalie, Ryan Floyde, rejected 34 attacks from the Whiskey Jacks.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Hardfor Whales vs. Catalina on Nov 10th
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Friday, November 11, 2022

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CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The seventh-year Hardfor Whales (since 2016) had a run-in with the 15th-year Catalina Wine Mixers (since 2008).

 

Gavin Ellsworth, the second overall leading goal scorer, continued his career-high breakneck pace as he initiated the Catalina Wine Mixers' offence with his 14th of the season in just his seventh game. The captain, Nate L'Archeveque, provided the set up.

The Harfor Whales' captain, Taylor Odishaw, acquired payback while on the man advantage to even up the contest at 1-1 as another Odishaw, Theo Odishaw, and Logan Evans contributed the pinpoint passes.

 

In the next period, Andy Goeres and Jeff Hewitt amplified the edge of the Catalina Wine Mixers even further to 3-1 with the aid of Gavin Ellsworth.

 

The special forces of the Catalina Wine Mixers and the Harfor Whales played a significant role early in the finale as both sides obtained a power play score to escalate the match to 4-2 for the Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

Gavin Ellsworth, who had the help of Jeff Hewitt and Jared Berreth, was the shooter for the Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

The Hardfor Whales' Alec O'Gorman and Everest Jason collaborated to send in Michael Proppe to cause the damage.

 

With a two-score lead and 7:21 remaining, Gavin Ellsworth doubled the insurance of the Catalina Wine Mixers as he added his third for a hat trick and his fourth to elevate his team to 6-2. Dino Sakkalis, Nate L'Archeveque, and Jeff Hewitt supplied him the feeds.

 

Michael Proppe, who was supported by his teammates Connor Lemay and Theo Odishaw, struck again for the Harfor Whales with 0:46 left to conclude the final score at 6-3 for the triumphant Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

The Catalina Wine Mixers' victory was commanded by Gavin Ellsworth, who had an incredible five-point performance on the strength of four goals and an assist.

 

Jeff Hewitt notched a great three points, while Nate L'Archeveque and Dino Sakkalis each had a very good two points apiece for the Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

Their goalkeeper, Colby Meguinis, halted 16 shots in the win.

 

The Harfor Whales were strengthened by Michael Proppe and Theo Odishaw, each of whom finished with strong two-point showings.

 

Michael Backmeyer, the goalie of the Hardfor Whales, rejected 10 opportunities by the Catalina Wine Mixers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Dirty Mike & the Boys vs. Brewstars on Nov 9th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, November 10, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 12th-year Dirty Mike & the Boys (since 2011) jousted with the 14th-year Brewstars (since 2009).

 

Greg Clarke went in on the attack and struck down the enemy target for a 1-0 Dirty Mike & the Boys' advantage just 1:50 into the conflict. Mikko Oliverio and the captain, Mark Hickaway, provided the assistance.

Mike O'Brien retaliated to even up the match at 1-1 for the Brewstars.

 

In the next period, the Jr. A Drumheller Dragons' alumnus, Rob Geddes rifled in his ninth snipe of the season in his seventh game with the aid of his teammates Misha Davidson, and the Jr. B Northwest Calgary Stampeders' alumnus, Justin Oliverio to secure the 2-1 upper hand.

 

The Brewstars' Colin Rintoul and the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, Cole McDonald, combined their expertise as they eliminated a pair of hostiles to tie it up at 2-2 and then take a 3-2 lead as Mike O'Brien and Caleb Barthel contributed their support.

 

Rob Geddes then returned the earlier favour from Misha Davidson as he set him up to send a missile through the six-by-four frame for the Dirty Mike & the Boys to equalize the contest at 3-3 at the end of the middle period.

 

The sharpshooter, Joel Hergott, with the help of Rob Geddes and Brenden Birdsell from the Dirty Mike & the Boys' special weapon and tactics division, lined up the scope with the adversarial mark and pressed the trigger to crush a shorthanded score and elevate them to 4-3.

 

Colin Rintoul struck back with the Brewstars' special forces and tied it up at 4-4 while on the power play. Mike O'Brien and their last line of defence, Jared Powell, contributed the ammunition.

 

Seventy-three seconds later, Mark Hickaway conducted another operation for the Dirty Mike & the Boys as he reacquired the edge at 5-4 during a man advantage with the aid of the AAA Calgary Northstars' alumnus, Keaton Burke, and Greg Clarke.

 

Facing a 5-4 shortfall, an 85 by 75 foot span of enemy terrain, and with only 27 seconds remaining on the clock, the Brewstars' Caleb Barthel was still undeterred as he attacked with his wingmen Mike O'Brien and Cole McDonald and destroyed his objective to equilibrate the engagement at 5-5 and send it to the deciding shootout.

 

Greg Clarke was the third and final shooter for the Dirty Mike & the Boys, and he launched a heatseeker right between the frigid red posts to capture a 6-5 triumph for the brotherhood of the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

The Dirty Mike & the Boys' victory was powered by Greg Clarke and Rob Geddes, each of whom had a great three-point showing.

 

Misha Davidson and Mark Hickaway both earned a very good two points apiece for the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

Their netminder, Taylor Rudkin, the Jr. C Springbank Rockies' alumnus, stifled 27 shots, including all three during the shootout, in the win.

 

Mike O'Brien energized the Brewstars with an outstanding five-point performance.
 

A strong pair of points were possessed by Colin Rintoul, Caleb Barthel, and Cole McDonald for the Brewstars.

 

Jared Powell, the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks' alumnus, denied 23 chances by the Dirty Mike & the Boys.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The Jerry's vs. Eiffel Towers on Nov 9th
Posted By: CAHL
Thursday, November 10, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 11th-year The Jerry's (since 2012) clashed with the 11th-year Eiffel Towers (since 2012).

 

Colby Kawa of The Jerry's, with the support of Lindon Allison and Brett Corkey, who played professionally for the ECHL Wheeling Nailers, was at the helm and launched their first guided torpedo, which eliminated the enemy target for a 1-0 upper hand.


The Eiffel Towers then sent in their destroyer, commanded by Colin Glen, who fired back with a deadly anti-submarine missile that decimated the mark between the steel frame, equilibrating the combat at 1-1 with the help of his navigators, Luke Toews, the AAA Northwest Calgary Stampeders' alumnus, and Louis Bontorin.

 

Special forces shooter, Mitch Robideau, the Jr. B Grande Prairie Kings' alumnus, who, along with Brett Corkey, and Laine Juergens of The Jerry's went on their infiltration mission and inflicted the damage while on the power play to reacquire the lead at 2-1.

 

Nick Saar, of the Eiffel Towers, lined up his red laser sights and delivered the equalizing blow to cap off the first round at 2-2.

 

The Jerry's continued their barrage of fire as they outstruck the Eiffel Towers 4-2 in the middle of the conflict due to the marksmanship of their weapons officers Mitch Robideau, Dylan Bredahl, Brett Corkey, and Laine Juergens. Their assistants were Brett Corkey, the Jr. A Dauphin Kings' alumnus, Dylan Bredahl, Mitch Robideau, the Jr. B East Hants Penguins' alumnus, Alex Berry, Ryan Smith, Lindon Allison, and Colby Kawa.

 

Luke Toews and Matt Krystofiak, the fighter jet pilots from the Eiffel Towers' carrier, blasted their heatseekers right through the six-by-four opening to settle the second battle at 6-4 for The Jerry's. Matt Krystofiak, Joel Toews, and Louis Bontorin were the wingmen.

 

In the finale, Mitch Robideau, who had his third for a hat trick, Alex Berry, and Ryan Smith were at the controls of the stealth bombers as they dropped their nuclear payload to finish the back-and-forth war once and for all with a 9-6 triumph for The Jerry's.

 

Dawson Wack, Laine Juergens Ryan Smith, Alex Berry, and Colby Kawa were the co-pilots of The Jerry's.

 

Anti-aircraft gunners Luke Toews and Matt Krystofiak took out two hostiles for the Eiffel Towers with the aid of Louis Bontorin, Matt Krystofiak, and Luke Toews.

 

The Jerry's victory was commanded by their five-star general, Brett Corkey, who had an outstanding five points, and their four-star general, Mitch Robideau, who notched an excellent four-point showing, including a hat trick.

 

A great three points were earned by Alex Berry, Laine Juergens, Colby Kawa, and Ryan Smith for The Jerry's.

 

Dylan Bredahl, Lindon Allison, and Dawson Wack of The Jerry's all possessed a strong two-point display.

 

Their last line of defence, Brett Butler, suppressed 31 incoming projectiles in the win.

 

The Eiffel Towers were led by their trifecta of titans, Matt Krystofiak, Luke Toews, and Louis Bontorin, who had a collective colossal 12 points with a top-flight four-point performance each.

 

Jordan Johnson, the keeper of the Eiffel Towers, repelled 27 attacks from The Jerry's.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

CAHL All-Time Single-Game Points Record
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 9, 2022

Current 2022-2023 Season Highest Single-Game Point Totals

Rank

Name

Team

Date

G

A

PTS

PIM

1

Dustin Honing

Panthers

Nov 7, 2022

5

4

9

0

2

Rhys Brent

The Pylons

Oct 8, 2022

4

4

8

0

3

Luke Toews

Eiffel Towers

Oct 24, 2022

6

1

7

0

4

Dustin Honing

Panthers

Sep 29, 2022

4

3

7

0

5

Jason Glass

Hornets

Oct 3, 2022

3

4

7

2

6

Chandler Irvin

Man Rockets

Nov 4, 2022

3

4

7

0

7

Dylan MacDonald

Hornets

Nov 7, 2022

2

5

7

2

8

Dustin Honing

Panthers

Oct 6, 2022

5

1

6

0

9

Taylor Zwarich

Snipers

Oct 8, 2022

4

2

6

0

10

Cam Houston

Mighty Schmucks

Nov 5, 2022

4

2

6

0
 

These are the highest single-game point totals for the current 2022–2023 season.

 

Modern All-Time Single-Game Points Record

Rank

Name

Team

Date

G

A

PTS

PIM

1

Connor Garden

The Axemen

Jan 16, 2018

8 4 12 0

2

Brennan Grasdahl

Moose Knuckles

Jul 31, 2014

5

7

12

2

3

Hunter Stewart

Wayne Glenzkies

May 29, 2017

8

3

11

0
4

Cody Schussler

The Jerry's

Feb 23, 2017

7

4

11

0

5

Todd Sykes

Rudy Rangers

Mar 3, 2020

7

4

11

0

6

Brad Ginnell

Meat Team

Jul 13, 2022

7

4

11

0
7

Caleb Effting

White Knights

Mar 26, 2018

6 5 11 0
8

Steve Price

Calgary Chiefs

Jun 15, 2015

3 8 11 0
9

Kyle Kostis

Homeboys

Feb 8, 2017

3 8 11 0
10

Phil Tot

Wildcatters

Mar 12, 2016

10 0 10 0
 

Rank 1 is the modern all-time single-game points record with the 10-goal differential mercy rule that was put in place on July 14th, 2014. Rank 2 is tied, but the tie-breaker is the number of goals.

 

Pre-Mercy Rule Single-Game Points Record

Rank

Name

Team

Date

G

A

PTS

PIM

1

Charles Powderface

Morley

Nov 20, 2009

8

8

16

0

2

Steve Arruda

Manimals

Feb 11, 2012

6

10

16

0
 

Rank 1 is the pre-mercy rule single-game points record before the 10-goal differential mercy rule that was put in place on July 14th, 2014. Rank 2 is tied, but the tie-breaker is the number of goals.

CANA Worms vs. Axemen on Nov 8th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 9, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 14th-year CANA Worms (since 2009) confronted the ninth-year Axemen (since 2014).

 

Adam Ward took hold of the 1-0 lead for the Axemen less than three minutes after the opening face-off, with the assistance of their captain, Charlie Still.

 

Ryan Kim, the AA Northwest Calgary Bruins' alumnus, and Brenden Werthner, then sent in Scott Milnthorp, who inflicted further damage for the Axemen to cap off the first chapter at 2-0.

 

Matt Ferguson and Scott Milnthorp combined forces in the second period to increase the Axemen's count to 4-0, as they were supported by their teammates Ryan Kim, Brenden Werthner, and Matt Ferguson.

 

The Axemen added three additional scores to their tally in the final round due to their sharpshooters Scott Milnthorp, who had his third for a hat trick, Charlie Still, and Ryan Kim, while Ryan Kim, Scott Milnthorp, Rob Eggen, and Matt Ferguson supplied the ammunition.

 

Cora Sutton piloted into the enemy's territory with his wingmen, Darryl Krystalovich and Dylan Schlosser, and pressed the missile launch button for the CANA Worms, which decimated the bull's-eye between the freezing steel posts to conclude the battle with a final score of 7-1 for the Axemen.

 

The Axemen's triumph was commanded by Scott Milnthorp and Ryan Kim, each of whom achieved excellent four-point performances.

 

Scott Milnthorp had a hat trick with an assist, while Ryan Kim accumulated the opposite.

 

A great three points were earned by Matt Ferguson for the Axemen.

 

The Axemen's Charlie Still and Brenden Werthner both notched strong two-point showings.

 

Their netminder, Kevin Dusseldorp, smothered 15 out of the 16 shots for a superb .938 save percentage.

 

The CANA Worms' offence was steered by Cora Sutton, who had a good goal, while Darryl Krystalovich and Dylan Schlosser each tallied a solid assist apiece.

 

Abe Kungel, the keeper of the CANA Worms, suppressed a colossal total of 38 attempts from the Axemen.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Timberwolves vs. Wolfpack on Nov 8th
Posted By: CAHL
Wednesday, November 9, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The 13th-year Timberwolves (since 2010) duelled with the 10th-year Wolfpack (since 2013).

 

Captain Jake Thompson lined up the iron sights with the enemy target and pressed the trigger 13 seconds after the opening face-off to obtain the early 1-0 Timberwolves' advantage with the assistance of Jesse Piteau.

Colin Doenz, Matt Thomas, and Jesse Piteau fired in the next three scores to strengthen the Timberwolves' position on the scoreboard even further to 4-0 to conclude the first period.

 

The Timberwolves' Glenn Thoben, Joey Hunter, Jake Thompson, and Scott Boyle provided the spot-on passing.

Dan Nielsen launched an artillery attack as he struck back for the Wolfpack in the next chapter with the support of Dean Semeniuk to knock the deficit down to 4-1.

 

Matt Thomas, Eric Taillon, and  Glenn Thoben then collectively raised the Timberwolves' upper hand to 7-1 off the feeds of Scott Boyle, Glenn Thoben, Jesse Piteau, Jake Thompson, Steven Dender, and Jordan Robert.

 

The Timberwolves added a couple of more tallies in the finale due to the marksmanship of Glenn Thoben and Jesse Piteau, as Colin Doenz, Matt Thomas, Glenn Thoben, and Jake Thompson supplied the black bullets.

 

A bull's-eye behind the blue crease was then destroyed by Reid Miller for the Wolfpack with the aid of Patrick Sipila and Matt Thibault to settle the final score at 9-2 for the victorious Timberwolves.

 

The Timberwolves' triumph was energized by their force of four: Glenn Thoben, Jesse Piteau, Jake Thompson, and Matt Thomas.

 

Glenn Thoben amassed an outstanding five-point performance.

 

A top-flight four points were notched by both Jesse Piteau and Jake Thompson, while Matt Thomas reaped a great three-point showing.

 

Colin Doenz and Scott Boyle each tallied a strong two points for the Timberwolves.

 

Their goalie Sam Osman repelled 27 of the 29 shots for an excellent .931 save percentage in the win.

 

Reid Miller and Dan Nielsen topped the Wolfpack with a good goal apiece.

 

Dean Semeniuk, Patrick Sipila, and Matt Thibault each had a solid point for the Wolfpack.

 

The captain and goalkeeper, Calvin Pardy, finished with 34 stops in the match.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Hornets vs. Penguins on Nov 7th
Posted By: CAHL
Tuesday, November 8, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This altercation was between the 15th-year Hornets (since 2008) and the 12th-year Penguins (since 2011).

 

Dylan MacDonald, off the sharp passing of Jason Glass and Brett Dushenko, infiltrated the enemy's zone and pierced the protective blue crease to grasp the early 1-0 upper hand for the Hornets just 1:40 into the match.

 

The Penguins' Isaac Boudreau, with the support of Colby Rempfer and Tim Breen, crushed their power play opportunity less than two minutes later to equalize the affair at 1-1.
 

Trent Roll then pressed the trigger for the Hornets and got the grenade rolling for a six-goal explosion.

 

Colin Dalziel, Jason Glass, Dylan MacDonald, and Joey Shaw, who had a pair, all struck the bull's-eye to escalate the battle to 7-1 for the Hornets.

 

Dylan MacDonald, Clayton Smed, Joey Shaw, Brett Dushenko, Jeff Ellis, Kyle Roll, and Michael Cameron provided the Hornets' munitions.

 

In the next round, the Hornets rifled in an additional four tallies off the blades of Clayton Smed, Michael Cameron, Joey Shaw, who had his third for a hat trick, and Jason Glass, as they were assisted by Brett Dushenko, Dylan MacDonald, Joey Shaw, Michael Cameron, and David Giacobbo.

 

Joseph Tysowski utilized his laser sights as he retaliated for the Penguins with the aid of Colby Rempfer and captain Ryan Curry to conclude the second period at 11-2 for the Hornets.

 

The Hornets added one more in the finale to skate off the ice with a 12-2 triumph.

 

Trent Roll found the net for the second time as he was set up by his Hornets' teammates Dylan MacDonald and Jason Glass.

 

Dylan MacDonald and Joey Shaw directed the Hornets' victory.

 

A magnificent seven points were amassed by Dylan MacDonald.

 

The Hornets' Joey Shaw achieved an outstanding five-point showing, including a hat trick.

 

Jason Glass, Michael Cameron, and Brett Dushenko each notched an excellent four points for the Hornets.

 

Clayton Smed earned a major three-point display, while Trent Roll tallied a great pair of goals.

 

The keeper of the Hornets, Kyle Roll, smothered 20 of the 22 shots for a strong .909 save percentage in the win.

 

The Penguins were fuelled by Colby Rempfer, Isaac Boudreau, and Joseph Tysowski.

 

Colby Rempfer had a very good two-point output, while Isaac Boudreau and Joseph Tysowski possessed a good goal each.

 

Tim Breen and Ryan Curry finished with a solid point apiece for the Penguins.

 

The goalie, Brad Boivin, thwarted 26 attacks from the Hornets.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Blazers vs. Panthers on Nov 7th
Posted By: CAHL
Tuesday, November 8, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The sixth-year Blazers (since 2017) feuded with the 16th-year Panthers (since 2007).


Spencer Selby, the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, who, along with the assistance of the AAA Calgary Royals Blue alumnus, Cameron Leitch, and the AAA Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Mitchell Brown, drew first blood for the Blazers after just 2:03 into the conflict.
 

With a collective 1271 games played and 2477 points, the trifecta of, shooter, Marc Miller, Adam Ludwar, and the Texas Tech University Red Raiders' alumnus, Dustin Honing, went to work as they tied it up 46 seconds later, which ignited a five-score outburst for the Panthers.

 

The next four vulcanized munitions were off the blades of the Panthers' JJ Bertel, Cleave Whitaker, Marc Miller, and Dustin Honing to finish the first round with a 5-1 advantage.

 

Patrick McInnis, Brian Eastman, Dustin Honing, Jackson Hawton, JJ Bertel, Adam Ludwar, and Marc Miller supplied the crisp Panthers' passes.

 

The Panthers continued their searing pace with four more goals in the next chapter as Jackson Hawton, Dustin Honing, who had his second and third for a hat trick, and Adam Ludwar found the net to enter the second intermission up 9-1.

 

Dustin Honing, Kyle Roe, Adam Ludwar, Brian Eastman, JJ Bertel provided the feeds for the Panthers.

 

An array of counterassaults were then launched by the Blazers in the finale as they attacked the vast 85 by 75 foot span of hostile terrain with their marksmen, the AAA Calgary Royals Blue alumnus, Cole Narfason, the Mount Royal University Cougars' alumnus, Clive Rozdeba, and Blake Coffey, to obliterate the enemy targets within the ice cold steel posts.

 

The Jr. B Calgary Buffalo Rangers' alumnus, Elias Girgulis, the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Jack Hartford, Spencer Selby, the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumnus, Trevor MacDonald, and Mikel Gega doled out the ammunition for the Blazers.

 

Dustin Honing fired in his fourth and fifth snipes of the night with the support of his Panthers' teammates Adam Ludwar, Jackson Hawton, Kyle Roe, and Cleave Whitaker to conclude the match with an 11-4 Panthers' victory.

 

The Panthers' triumph was engineered by Dustin Honing, who achieved a dominant nine-point performance on the strength of an incredible five goals and an excellent four assists. Nine points is the highest overall single game total of the current 2022–2023 season.

 

Adam Ludwar and Kyle Roe combined forces to amass another nine points for the Panthers, as Adam Ludwar notched an outstanding five-point showing, while Kyle Roe earned a top-flight four points.

 

A great three-point display was possessed by the Panthers' Marc Miller, JJ Bertel, Jackson Hawton, and Brian Eastman.

 

Cleave Whitaker tallied a very good pair of points for the Panthers.

 

Their goaltender, Tyler Fornwald, the Jr. B High River Flyers' alumnus, halted a tremendous total of 35 shots in the win.

 

The Blazers were powered by Spencer Selby and Trevor MacDonald, each of whom earned a strong pair of points.

 

Blake Coffey, Cole Narfason, and Clive Rozdeba each reaped a good goal apiece for the Blazers.

 

The captain and keeper of the Blazers, Alex Jamieson, denied a total of 24 chances by the Panthers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Ambrose University Lions vs. Chargers on Nov 6th
Posted By: CAHL
Monday, November 7, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – This joust was between the 15th-year Ambrose University Lions (since 2008) and the seventh-year Chargers (since 2016).


Just over two minutes into the conflict, Ethan Babcock launched the rocket artillery, which decimated the enemy target within the six-by-four window to obtain the early 1-0 advantage for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

Thirty-nine heartbeats later, Andy Grubbe activated his laser sights and pressed the trigger to unleash the vulcanized munition, piercing the bull's-eye to equalize the scoreboard at 1-1 for the Chargers as Thomas Gilman and Micheal MacLeod supplied the covering fire.


Sick of the tied match, Brendan Koch took it upon himself in the next round to modify the narrative, and he crushed his objective, not once, but twice, as he secured both the 2-1 lead and the 3-1 insurance marker for the Chargers off the pinpoint passing of Dan Cyca, Quan Ly, and Micheal MacLeod.

 

The Ambrose University Lions held a power play 101 class, and the professor was Ethan Babcock, who, along with his teaching assistants Nate Belanger and Charlie Titterington, then fired the second rocket to teach the adversarial marks behind the thin red line a tough lesson to splinter the deficit in half to 3-2 with 1:01 remaining in the second period.

 

In the final chapter, Jason Hegerfeldt reacquired the two-score safeguard for the Chargers to elevate them to 4-2 as he was set up by Quan Ly and Brendan Koch.

 

Utilizing an advanced multiple launch rocket system, Ethan Babcock blasted his third steel rain of the battle for a hat trick and brought the Ambrose University Lions back to within only one at 4-3. Charlie Titterington and Alexander Purcell provided the fire support.

 

Then, with the seconds fading away, the Chargers' Micheal MacLeod sent in Thomas Gilman, who inflicted the damage as he rifled in a heartbreaker with 0:30 displayed on the scoreboard to capture a 5-3 triumph for the Chargers.

 

Brendan Koch was the chief architect of the Chargers' victory, as he achieved a great three-point showing with a pair of goals and an assist.

 

Micheal MacLeod also had three points with a major trio of setups, while Thomas Gilman and Quan Ly earned a strong two-point showing for the Chargers.

 

Their netminder Trevor Rowe thwarted 15 shots in the win.

 

The Ambrose University Lions' director of offence was Ethan Babcock, who had an excellent hat trick performance.

 

Charlie Titterington finished with a very good pair of assists for the Ambrose University Lions.

 

The keeper of the Ambrose University Lions, Derek Janzen, halted 28 breach attempts from the Chargers.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The Regretzkys vs. Swedish Berries on Nov 6th
Posted By: CAHL
Monday, November 7, 2022

| Box Score |

 

CALGARY, Alberta (CAHL) – The first-year The Regretzkys (since 2022) clashed with the fifth-year Swedish Berries (since 2018).


Tristin Funk piloted the infiltration mission through the hostile territory with his wingmen, the Jr. B Calgary Royals Blue alumnus Connor Christensen and Chase Bonertz, at his side as he launched the missile, which destroyed the enemy mark to secure a 1-0 score for The Regretzkys.

 

The captain, Chase Bonertz, added a safeguard for the Regretzkys less than two minutes into the next round, as Connor Christensen provided the ammunition.

 

Then Max Braun of the Swedish Berries went on the attack, and with pinpoint accuracy, he fired his rocket-propelled grenade to obliterate the adversarial target between the steel posts with his brothers-in-arms, captain Cayden Murray and Zachary White.

 

The seconds were disappearing quickly, however, Chase Bonertz only needed the clock to still show 0:28 as he rifled in a momentum-capturing, shorthanded goal to send The Regretzkys into the last intermission with a 3-1 advantage. Tristin Funk and the AAA Edge School Prep alumnus Matthew Dagenais supplied the deadly black bullet.

 

Daniel Garvey of the Swedish Berries only had one objective in mind, and it was to cut into the deficit, and he crushed it as he notched his fourth snipe in five games with the support of Benjamin Kelly and Evan Wilkinson to bring his team within only one at 3-2.

 

There was still 10:06 remaining for the Swedish Berries to complete their comeback. However, the last line of defence for The Regretzkys, Luke Winquist, initiated his invincible iron dome anti-weapons system mode to shut the door and help capture the 3-2 victory for his teammates.

 

The Regretzkys' triumph was engineered by Chase Bonertz, Tristin Funk, Connor Christensen, and Luke Winquist.

 

Chase Bonertz had a great three point performance with a pair of goals, including the shorthanded game-winner, and an assist.

 

Tristin Funk and Connor Christensen both finished with very good two-point showings, while goaltender Luke Winquist thwarted 22 of the 24 shots for a strong .917 save percentage to backstop the win.

 

The Swedish Berries were fuelled by Max Braun and Daniel Garvey, each of whom had a good goal apiece.

 

Zachary Thurston, the keeper of the Swedish Berries, stifled 27 of the 30 attempts for a rock solid .900 stoppage rate.

 

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The Calgary Adult Hockey League (CAHL), founded in 2004, is a competitive non-body checking/non-contact adult recreational ice hockey league in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Tyro Maniacs vs. Mighty Schmucks on Nov 5th
Posted By: CAHL
Sunday, November 6, 2022