Repost: Weeknight Division D-E North Realignment
Posted By: Admin
Sunday, January 25, 2015
Div D North:
Gang Green (7-8-0-0 but 1-8-0-0 vs. current Div D North teams) moved back down to Div E North
Div E North:
Godzilla (0-0-0-0 new team taking over the Swarm team for 2nd half) moved up to Div D
The goal of realignment is to try to improve parity and balance for all divisions. We will continue to monitor each division and may still make further changes going forward if needed.
(the team organizers have been emailed)
(originally posted on Fri, Jan 23, 2015)
Quintessential Team Performance
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Sunday, January 25, 2015
Richco Rangers vs. The Pylons on Sat, Jan 24, 2015
It was a quintessential team performance by the Richco Rangers as their eight goals were scored by
eight different players: #89 Jason Carey, #23 Eric Gagnon, #77 Michael St. Laurent, #76 Andrew
Nguyen, #41 Dany Noel, #13 Sylvain Drolet, #22 Jean-Francois Lagarde, and #30 Stevens
Noel and Gagnon also had two assists apiece to top all players with great three point outings. #33
Jason Kempin, #5 Nick Jerred, #3 Andrew Cochrane, and #17 Trevor Bryant set up goals as
well to bring the total up to an incredible number of 12 skaters for Richco Rangers who had at least
a point in the win.
The fleet-footed and multi-talented #81 Amer Akram, who is also a goalie, scored both of The Pylons
goals on breakaways during the first and second periods. #4 Kipp Teghtmeyer and #28 Derrick
Foster each contributed an assist on the night.
The Richco Rangers point-per-game player #5 Nick Jerred forges ahead while The Pylons #21
Garett Farkas is on the hunt during the third period.
The Pylons goaltender #29 Shawn Yap abducts this puck right from the air.
A hockey player's best friend and number one fan of the Richco Rangers goalie #1 Jordan O'Brien.
#76 Andrew Nguyen boosts the score to 4-1 for the Richco Rangers just 1:04 into the middle
The Darth Vader-esque villain to The Pylons shooters goaltender #1 Jordan O'Brien halted 90% of
their shots and their only two goals were on breakaways.
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Friday, January 23, 2015
Gang Green vs. Big Brown Beavers on Thu, Jan 22, 2015
The Big Brown Beavers goaltender #0 Andy Robertson was an impassable shield as he ended
the contest with a shutout triumph. The offence was sourced from #7 Mike Ryan, #27 Scott
Hamilton, #16 Jarrett Dragani, and #9 Matt Rutherford who each had a generous trio of points.
#29 Matt Shipty, #19 Kyle Schonknecht, #16 Anthony Ferrise, and #17 Mike Dominski
possessed a pair of points apiece while #22 Kent Schonknecht, #2 Scott Boyle, #11 Dan
Prentice, and #0 Andy Robertson all tallied a point.
The Gang Green goalie #34 Brad Arndt makes a titanic poke check blockade to halt the fiercely
charging #2 Scott Boyle.
Goaltender #34 Brad Arndt's ballistic missile defence is all systems go.
Defenceman #4 Patrick Smith manipulates the puck as he ascends from behind the net.
The Big Brown Beavers goalie #0 Andy Robertson swerves the puck to preserve his faultless
#9 Matt Rutherford infiltrates the Gang Green territory to set up his team's second goal of the game.
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Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Sleeping Giants vs. Dirty Stashers on Tue, Jan 20, 2015
The Dirty Stashers quadruple hazard of #88 Darren Chan, #28 Danny Toan, #29 Jason Gough,
and #22 Jason Luk were deadly as they accumulated an immense five points apiece to cause the
win for their team. Teammates #17 Tommy Mac and #23 Josh Plumb were right behind with bulky
four point nights. #69 Huy Lam, #11 Riley Cobb, and #31 Erin Belleni each contributed a helper as well.
#89 Ryan Link was towering for the Sleeping Giants with his heavy duty two goal performance. #19
Derek Coates also scored while #8 Kim Joslin had two setups. Fellow Giants #88 Kevin Greaves,
#75 Cameron Veilleux, and #22 Kevin Joslin tallied an assist per player.
The Sleeping Giants goaltender #41 Dan Rudakoff not only keeps the puck out during this
breakaway but also even catches the blade of the Dirty Stashers #22 Jason Luk's hockey stick.
#22 Kevin Joslin leads the charge as he maintains puck control during this invasion inside the
offensive zone in the second period.
A moment iced in time of #89 Ryan Link and the goalie #0 Trevor Cobb as they are both about to
lunge towards the sliding puck as it glides past the goal line.
The eyes can play tricks: #41 Dan Rudakoff knocks this puck harmlessly wide of the goal post.
The Dirty Stashers goaltender #0 Trevor Cobb makes a big butterfly save late in the game.
Hat Tricks Galore
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Thursday, January 15, 2015
Warthogs vs. Attack on Wed, Jan 14, 2015
The Attack had exceptional performances from sharpshooters #10 Shaun MacDonald and #9
Travis Merrick who combined for a seven goal act. #16 Richard Malan was just as superb with a
three goal statement of his own for the Warthogs.
#3 Layne Semenchuk also scored for the Warthogs while Malan, #23 Nick Conway, #5 Sylvain
Drolet, #18 Matt Beatty, and even goalie #30 Justin Bonsteel had the assists.
The Attack offence was supported by #18 Mark Bagnall, #7 John Cameron, #27 Jim Anderson
and #8 Scott Desmarais who all struck the back of the goal net. The setup men of the night were
MacDonald, Desmarais, Anderson, Cameron, Merrick, Bagnall, #19 Matt Fellows, #13 Jon
Remmer, #83 Darren Paddock, and #23 Brian Zaharko.
The hefty win places the Attack within just six points of first place to start the second half of the
regular season next week.
Like a high speed chess match the Attack goaltender #35 Jay Cayetano is always anticipating his
opponents next move.
#33 Mark Beatty is the leading Warthogs scorer for a reason as he fires this laser beam towards
the Attack net.
#10 Shaun MacDonald snipes a virtually unstoppable top corner goal for the Attack during the
The Warthogs #16 Richard Malan makes a perfect forehand to backhand and shelf move to score
on the breakaway during the opening frame on his way to an incredible hat trick.
#30 Justin Bonsteel quickly closes up the five hole to make a great stop as #7 John Cameron is in
dangerously close to try to bury the puck.
#9 Travis Merrick throws this wicked shot at the Warthogs mesh as he finished the match with a
fearsome hat trick.
"I think first place and win it all" -Graham Dunn
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Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Hoodrats vs. Soft Dump in the Corner on Mon, Jan 12, 2015
The Soft Dump in the Corner goaltender #21 Graham Dunn had an amazing shutout performance
while #24 Taylor Odishaw-Dyck ignited the offence with an extraordinary five point night to lead their
team to a 7-0 victory against the Hoodrats.
"The team played good, they covered all the rebounds," said #21 Graham Dunn as he deflected
the attention towards his teammates instead of himself. "They just played really well defensively
and didn't let too many breakaways go."
#68 Everest Jason had the only goal of the first period with some help from #88 Michael Proppe
and #12 Joel Toews on the powerplay.
#24 Taylor Odishaw-Dyck shot in the next two markers as #8 Brett Tate, #11 Logan Evans, and
#68 Everest Jason had the assists. #88 Michael Proppe got one more goal for the Soft Dump in the
Corner with just 12 seconds left before the second intermission.
Speedster #22 Isaac Seto had his first goal of the game to open the final period before #88 Michael
Proppe fired in his second tally of the night while #47 Connor Westerson, #24 Taylor
Odishaw-Dyck, and #8 Brett Tate were the setup men.
The Hoodrats had a great chance on a cross ice pass late in game to finally break the shutout
however #21 Graham Dunn had other ideas as he slid over quickly and extended his blocker arm
directly into the path of the puck to make a stunning save.
#24 Taylor Odishaw-Dyck was not to be denied by the clock when with just 47 seconds remaining
in the game he capped off his spectacular match with his hat trick goal.
The win moved the Soft Dump in the Corner within just two points of first place which is tied between
the Dirty Mike & the Boys and the Rockstars. #21 Graham Dunn has high hopes for the second half
of the season, "I think first place and win it all, I think we can do it, we got a good team this
The art of hockey. #47 Connor Westerson, the leading scorer of the Soft Dump in the Corner,
perfectly balances the puck on his blade with just one hand on the stick as he quickly speeds from
the neutral zone and into the attacking zone to go to battle for his team.
These dedicated fans have the Hoodrats backs and are at every game always supporting the team no
matter what. The Hoodrats goaltender #1 Adam Hart keeps his focus and is ready for the next shot.
The Soft Dump in the Corner team never gives up on a play even when the Hoodrats #51 Brad
Yarmuch is right at the doorstep as goalie #21 Graham Dunn and #91 John Odishaw-Dyck team
up to make sure the puck is kept out at all costs.
The Hoodrats goaltender #1 Adam Hart makes one of his many big stops during the first period.
Goalie #21 Graham Dunn denies the Hoodrats once again to preserve his incredible shutout victory
for the Soft Dump in the Corner.
"It's a good hard fought battle" -Tim Keith
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Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Beavers vs. The Catalina Wine Mixers on Mon, Jan 12, 2015
The Catalina Wine Mixers #29 Kevin Benkie was still fresh from the warmup when he hit the back of
the mesh twice within just the first minute and eighteen seconds into the game to give his team a 2-0
lead as #17 Gavin Ellsworth, #25 Tim Keith, and #4 Andy Goeres had the setups.
Halfway into the first period #25 Tim Keith scored a goal of his own with #29 Kevin Benkie getting
the assist this time. #8 Jeff Hewitt on a pass from #12 Mike Gallant would also fire it past the goal
line before the Beavers got on the board with a late first period marker by #52 Derek Graham which
was assisted by #9 Tyson Kleinkecht.
The Beavers #27 Cass Lintott cut the lead down another tick with his first goal of the season at the
2:36 mark of the middle frame.
The Catalina Wine Mixers were not going to give up their hard fought four goal lead that easily though
as #17 Gavin Ellsworth bounced his team right back with a goal just barely over 60 seconds later
with a little help from teammates #25 Tim Keith and #4 Andy Goeres.
Elmer Chiu, lucky number 88, wasn't going to let down the busy Beaver mentality whether it's
upstream or downstream and sniped a goal in with the clock showing 0:23 to enter the final period
with a very reasonable two goal differential. #9 Tyson Kleinkecht picked up his second apple of the
night with the score.
The Wine Mixers #17 Gavin Ellsworth was not done yet as he got the momentum back for his team
with his second goal of night to open the third period scoring. #29 Kevin Benkie and #25 Tim
Keith collected the helpers on the play. #4 Andy Goeres would score for the Wine Mixers once
again less than a minute later, with help from #42 Dave Marttila to help pull away to a commanding
The scoreboard is apparently invisible to the Beavers though because no matter what it is they still
work hard and all they needed was 36 seconds between 6:52 and 6:16 of the final period to make it
a two goal game once again with scores from #16 Derek Robertson and #19 Clay Scoulding while
#23 Craig Moss and #52 Derek Graham tallied the extra points.
That was when the Beavers goalie #31 Matt Nicholson had to be at his best as he moved quickly
from his left to right to kick out and make an incredible right pad save on a close in shot from a cross
ice pass to still give his team a chance.
The Beavers pulled the goalie for the extra attacker to give it one final push however #4 Andy Goeres
jumped on the chance at the empty net and put away the insurance marker to secure his team the
great 8-5 victory as fellow Wine Mixers #8 Jeff Hewitt and #25 Tim Keith made the passes.
"It's a good hard fought battle, clean, not really any penalties, no stupid stuff, it's a good
game," said #25 Tim Keith, who led all players with an incredible five point night but didn't take any
credit and was just happy about the win. "I'm glad we got the two points."
Keith's outlook for his team going forward from this win is that, "I think we'll finish above .500, my
prediction is that we'll finish 3rd in the league."
The Beavers goaltender #31 Matt Nicholson lives up to the name of his gear with an epic full reach
glove grab to halt a sure goal with his Vaughn Epic catcher.
The Catalina Wine Mixers goalie #31 Mike Duniec was not to be outdone as he miraculously keeps
this puck out by swinging his left arm around with a snow angel like move.
#52 Derek Graham, the leading scorer of the Beavers, may have been trying to trick the Catalina
Wine Mixers into thinking that he was going to pass because he suddenly shifts into 8th gear down
the wing beating all defenders and then cutting into the front of the net all by himself only to be
thwarted by a pad stacking paddle down save by the last line of defence #31 Mike Duniec.
The player stick was no match for the puck playing prowess of #31 Mike Duniec. Teammate #25
Tim Keith joked, "He likes to wander from the net, I think he thinks there's a cheeseburger in
With the Catalina Wine Mixers roaring in #31 Matt Nicholson not only makes this stop but even
more importantly smothers the puck to prevent any rebound chances for the attackers.
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