(Quinte Minor Atom Red Devils action)
Free Flow Petroleum – Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils defeated the Clarington Toros today in a low scoring hard fought defensive battle. Marshall McFarland opened the scoring for the visiting Red Devils an early lead over the home town Toros. The lead was short lived as Clarington tied the score a few minutes later. Jacob Vreugdenhil gave Quinte the lead again with a great individual effort rushing with the puck and firing a snap shot from the top of the circle that was perfectly placed just over the goalies pad. The Red Devils outplayed their opponent the rest of the game drawing several penalties. They were unable to score again but skated away with the 2-1 win. Nick McGowan played well in net securing the win.
On Deck: Next action is Thursday night at the Quinte Health and Wellness Centre against the Whitby Wildcats.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
Another week of road games against Kingston, Barrie and North Central result in 3 more wins and 6 more points for the Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils.
On Wednesday Oct 26, the Bus Liners faced the Jr. Frontenac’s in Kingston at the Invista Centre. The Devils were first on the board with a goal from Corbin Roach on feeds from Dalyn Wakely and Kendrick Webster. The Fronts would even the score in the 2nd period on a power play as the game entered the third period at a 1 to 1 tie. Isaac Brown and Corbin Roach each scored in the third period to seal a 3 to 1 win. Connor Hunt, Dalyn Wakely and Sami Douglas-Najem provided the assists. Corbin Votary was rock solid in the Devils cage; stopping 3 break aways, in the Devils win.
On Saturday Oct 29, The Foley Bus Lines Peewees travelled north to Innisfil to take on the Barrie Colts. Both teams skated to a scoreless first period. Isaac Brown and Dalyn Wakely scored for the Devils in the 2nd period on assists from Corbin Roach, Kendrick Webster with two, and Isaac Brown. The Colts were relentless and scored twice as well, sending the game into the third period with a 2 to 2 tie. The third period was all Devils as Dalyn Wakely and Corbin Roach found the back of the net on two assists from Trevor Hoskin, and a single from Dalyn Wakely. Final score for the Devils was 4 to 2 as Andrew Munro stood tall in the Devils cage.
On Sunday Oct 30, The Peewee Devils faced the North Central Predators in Rama. It was all Devils in this match as they outscored the Preds, 8 to 2. Connor Hunt found the net with a trio of goals to record the Hat Trick. Isaac Brown scored twice and single goals went to Corbin Roach, Kendrick Webster and Rheydan McCoy. Assisting on the goals were; Donovan McCoy, Rheydan McCoy, Blake Ellis, Sami Douglas-Najem, Kendrick Webster with a pair, Cooper Matthews, Owen Gibson, Dalyn Wakely, and Parker Stewart. Corbin Votary was on duty in the Devils goal.
On Deck: Next action for the Devils is the annual Shanahan International Tournament in Toronto from Nov 4 to Nov 6.
Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms took all 6 points home from their 3 games this week. On Wednesday, the Devils played host in Marmora to the Peterborough Petes for their inagural meeting of the year. The midweek match up had both teams a little slow on the draw but it was Ty Therrien who pleased the hometown crowd with the first goal of the game before the end of the first, assisted by Brody Partridge and Thomas Kuipers. The second saw the Devils continue to pour on the offensive strength as Landon Wright scored an unassisted goal to make it 2-0 Devils. Before the end of the second both Kuipers and Beckett Ewart would each add another, assisted by Partridge, Ty McCambridge and Wright to make it 4-0 going into the third. Quinte added another 3 before the end of the game to give the Major Atoms a 7-0 win and claim Glen McInnes the shut out. Scoring in the third were Jared Langdon, Partridge and Ben Danford, assists came from Ewart, Kuipers, Danford and Wright.
The weekend match ups had the Devils take their northern trip to play the Barrie Colts on Saturday and on to Orillia to face the North Central Predators on Sunday. The Devils were ready to take some ground back from the Colts on Saturday and while it was Barrie who scored first in the game, Quinte would not allow another. Shortly after the Colts made it a 1-0 game in their favour, it was Therrien on the board to tie the game with a goal assisted by Danford and Carson Campbell. McCambridge added another in the first to take the lead 2-1, assisted by Liam Philip and Gage Butcher. The second period saw a lone goal coming from Ewart with the set up from Kuipers. The Devils kept up the pace in the third, while Dean Spry remained solid in the net, adding 2 more goals to take the 5-1 victory. Kirk Stevenson and Therrien each added a goal in the third. Helpers came from Butcher, Philip, Partridge and Deacon Ellis.
Sunday had the Major Atoms travel to Rama to face the North Central Predators for the very first time. Again it was a quiet start, with the Devils taking a one goal lead before the end of the first with an unassisted goal from Kuipers. The second was a flury of goals from across the offense as Therrien potted 2, while Ewart and Langdon each added another. Assisting in the second period on goals were Danford, Wright, Langdon and Partridge. The third period saw Wright add one more unassisted to secure another win for the Devils. Final score 6-0 and Glen McInnes recorded his second shut out of the week.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will travel to Toronto this upcoming weekend to compete in the Shanahan Tournament. Back in league action on Wednesday, November 9th, the Devils will host the Clarington Toros at 7pm in Marmora.
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP Minor Atom Devils traveled to Ajax on Saturday only to suffer a very disappointing 3-2 loss to the struggling Raiders. Rylan McCormack and Ben Graham scored for the visitors.
Saturday the Devils hosted the ETA-leading Barrie Colts in Stirling. In a spirited affair, the two teams played to an entertaining 1-1 tie. Once again it was McCormack coming up big, scoring the goal for the Devils. Lennox Stewart and Liam Boyer split the goal tending chores over the weekend.
On Deck: The KKP Devils return to action next weekend in Toronto as they will take part in the Shanahan International Tournament.
Vanderlaan Building Products – Minor Bantam
On Sunday October 23, 2016 the Vanderlaan Minor Bantams took to the road to take on The Richmond Hill Coyotes. Richmond Hill was first on the board with a goal early in the first period. The Devils answered back with seven minutes left in the first with a goal by Brock Kelsh, assisted by Alex Case and Clayton Farrow. Jett Butler added the second goal with seconds remaining in the period. Goal was assisted by Brock Kelsh and Aiden Treverton. The Coyotes came out strong in the
second period to tie the game. The third period remained scoreless sending in a 2-2 tie. Dixon Grimes was in goal for the Devils.
Rhino Sports and Playland – Minor Midget
The Red Devil Minor Midgets played host to the ETA leading Whitby Wildcats on Thursday night at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Center and lost the game 2-1 in a hard fought battle. The goal was scored by Daniel Panetta while assists went to Michael Andrews and Carden Guerin.
On Saturday the Red Devils would host the Barrie Colts in a see-saw match that would produce 10 goals in the game and unfortunately for the Red Devils, Barrie had five of them too as the teams would skate to a 5-5 draw. Brennan Bush would get the tie despite making key saves in the game that kept Barrie off of the scoreboard and allowed his team the chance to come back to tie the game. The Red Devils goals were scored by Logan White(3), Michael Andrews and Zach Uens while assists went to Cameron Supryka, Zach Uens, Michael Andrews, Emmet Pierce and Jake Campbell.
Sunday would see a rematch with the Top team in the ETA as the Whitby Wildcats would make the trip to Madoc. The Red Devils are once again short but Cameron Supryka, Connor Kennedy, Carden Guerin and Zach Uens played strong against the top team, holding the Wildcats to just one goal and winning the game 5-1. Ethan Taylor would earn his 6th win of the season stopping all but one of the 24 shots he faced. Ethan made difficult saves look routine time in and time out as he frustrated the Wildcat shooters. The Devils goals were scored by Daniel Panetta(2), Dalton Bancroft(2) and Connor Kennedy while assists went to Michael Andrews(3), Dalton Bancroft, Daniel Panetta(2) and Zach Uens.
Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team went 3 for 3 in league play this past week. The Devils are firing on all cylinders, scoring 19 goals in the three games, while allowing just three against.
On Wednesday the Devils were in Marmora where they would take on The Peterborough Pete’s. The boys jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the first period and carried the play right to the final buzzer in a 6-2 win. Benjamin Lynch scored a pair of goals for the Devils, while Cal Uens, Jack Lowry, Jack Dever and Michael Dolton all added singles. Chipping in with assists on the goals was Vincent Bellavance (2) Christopher Brydges (3), Nick Oke, Ethan Quick and Jack Lowry. Aidan Crowley looked sharp between the pipes in the win.
On Saturday the Devils were at home to the North Central Predators. Once again, the boys put forth a solid team effort on their way to a 7-1 win. Ethan Quick scored a hat trick in the game, and Jack Dever added a pair of goals, while Spencer Cranley and Christopher each added a goal of their own. Adding assists on the goals was Ethan Miedema (2), Jack Lowry (2), Benjamin Lynch (2), Spencer Cranley (2), Ethan Quick, Will Potts, Duncan Schneider, Jack Dever and Cal Uens. Logan Vale had a strong game in net for the home team.
The Red Devils were on the road Sunday for a game with the Richmond Hill Coyotes. In a solid game by the defensive core, where they limited the Coyotes chances, it was all Red Devils on the score board. Spencer Cranley and Vincent Bellavance each netted a pair of goals in the game, while Ethan Quick and Ethan Miedema each added singles. Benjamin Lynch had three assists in the game, Cal Uens had a pair of assists, while Ethan Quick and Nick Oke also picked up an assist in the 6-0 win.
On Deck: The boys are off to compete in The Shanahan tournament next weekend where they look to continue their strong team play.