Rhino Sports and Playland – Minor Midget
The Red Devil Minor Midgets travelled to Port Perry to play the Central Ontario Wolves on Saturday night. Brennan Bush was in net and was once again solid as he back stopped his team to a victory. Brennan would stop all of the 18 shots he faced on route to earning his third shutout in 9 regular season games thus far.
Another strong defensive effort left the Central Ontario Wolves with an average of 6 shots per period and when you break it down it’s an average of a shot every 3 minutes. Team defence is critical in the playoffs and now is a great time to start the process as the team has displayed over the last few weeks. Once again Nolan Seto, Graham Dickerson and Matt Cawker along with the defensive group of Derrick Vos, Cameron Supryka, Carden Guerin, Zach Uens and Conner Kennedy showed what it takes shift in and shift out in order to get the job done job done and the other lines and teams will take notice as they take control of games.
The Devils would score within the first two minutes of the game as Michael Andrews put one past the Central goalie on a passing play with Daniel Panetta and Dalton Bancroft. Midway through the second period Michael Andrews would make it 2-0 off of a shot by Cameron Supryka who was set up for the one timer by Zach Uens. Jake Campbell would find the back of the net on a nice passing play between Emmet Pierce and Logan White and just 25 seconds later it would Emmet Pierce set up by Jake Campbell and Connor Kennedy and the route was on.
Daniel Panetta would make it 5-0 on a pass from Michael Andrews who was fed the puck by Derrick Vos just before time would expire in the second period. In the third the Red Devils attack continued as the Devils scored just over a minute into the third as Michael Andrews was set up by Graham Dickerson who paid the price to make the unselfish play over to Dalton Bancroft for an easy tap in. Forty seconds later Nolan Seto controlled the boards and the corner fending off the Central Ontario defensive pair and then Graham Dickerson was at it again as he feed a diving Matt Cawker who tipped in a surprised net minder. Emmet Pierce would block a shot on the penalty kill which sprung himself on a break-away and he buried it past the goalie to get his second of the night.
On Deck: Next up for the Pond at Rhino Sports and Playland Minor Midgets will be a game on Thursday in Oshawa to take on the Minor Generals.
McInroy Maines Construction – Major Midget
The McInroy Maines Major Midget Red Devils have been battling some inconsistency as of late going 2-2-1 in their last five regular season games. Some of those highlights include a win and a tie against top seeded Markham, and a win against OMHA tournament host York Simcoe Express. The low lights include losses to Barrie and Ajax-Pickering.
On Deck: The boys have a tough week coming up as they brace for 4 games in 4 days including a home game vs. Clarington November 14th 7:30 at the Deseronto Community Centre.
Free Flow Petroleum – Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils played 2 games this week with very different results. A disappointing loss to Whitby Wildcats on Thursday, with a score of 8-2. Red Devil goals were scored by Gavin Stevenson and Isaac Langdon, with assists going to Connor MacGregor, AP Gavin Camp, Stevenson and Langdon. Sunday’s game produced a 5-2 win over Richmond Hill. Quinte’s win came with a pair of goals from Garret Bird and Jacob Gilbert and a single from Cole McGuire. Assists came from McGuire, Cooper Rogers, Ben Roger, Gilbert, and Jacob Vreugdenhil.
On Deck: York-Simcoe Express visit the QSWC on Saturday Nov. 12 at 3:45pm.
Vanderlaan Building Supplies – Minor Bantam
The Vanderlaan Building Supplies Minor Bantams clinch four of six points this week with three games at home.
On Saturday October 29, 2016 the Minor Bantams hosted the Markham Waxers. The Devils played with a short bench but would come up with the a 3-1 win. Goals were scored by Zack Brooks (2) and Nathanial Burelle. Assists coming from Aiden Treverton, Ben White and Nathanial Burelle. Ethan Fraser was in net for the Devils and was awarded player of the game.
On Thursday November 3, 2016 the Minor Bantams hosted the Kingston Jr Frontenacs. Both teams came out strong and at the end of the first period the teams were tied 1-1. The second period saw both teams put the puck in the back of the net and the score was 4-3 heading into the third. Unfortunately, the Devils would come up short losing the game with a final score of 6-5. Goals scored by Zack Brooks, Nathanial Burelle (3) and Ben White. Helpers from Ethan Broek (3), Daniel Michaud (2), Issac Uens, Gavin Camp and Nathanial Burelle. Dixon Gimes was in net.
On Saturday November 5, 2016 the Minor Bantams hosted the Central
Ontario Wolves. The first period would end in a 1-1 tie after a goal
from Ben White, assisted by Ethan Broek and Zack Brooks. The Devils would take the lead in the second after a goal from Ethan Broek, assisted by Blake Maracle and Nathanial Burelle. Ethan Broek would find the net midway through the third, goal was assisted by Zack Borroks and Aiden Treverton. The Wolves answered back, however, so did the Devils with a goal from Daniel Michaud, assisted by Brock Kelsh and Aiden Treverton. The Wolves would put one more in the net but the Devils won the game with a final score of 4-3. Ethan Fraser was in net for the Devils. Alex Case was awarded player of the game.
On Deck: Richmond Hill Coyotes visit the QSWC on Saturday Nov. 12 at 2:15pm.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
The Foley Bus Lines Peewees entered the Shanahan Tournament in Toronto this past weekend as defending Champions. The Bus Liners went the regular round undefeated and moved to playoff Sunday. In a rematch game of last years’ finals, the Devils beat the Don Mills Flyers in the quarterfinals. The Devils faced a fast U.S. Islanders team in Quarterfinals and succumbed to the Islanders in overtime.
In game one on Friday Nov 4th, The Devils faced the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers. It was all Devils in this match, as the Devils scored 6 times, unanswered. Scoring for the Devils were; Trevor Hoskin with two, Isaac Brown, Dalyn Wakely, Donovan McCoy, and Cooper Matthews. Providing assists were; Dalyn Wakely with two, Sami Douglas-Najem with a pair, Corbin Roach, Trevor Hoskin, Kendrick Webster, Blake Ellis, Connor Hunt and Liam Filip. Corbin Votary was perfect in the Devils cage recording the shut out in the Devils 6 to 0 win.
In game 2 on Friday, The Foley Peewees faced the Lambton Sting. In end to end action the Devils rallied for a come from behind win by a score of 3 to 2. Corbin Roach scored first unassisted in the first period to give the Devils the lead going onto the second. The Sting answered in the second period with two goals to take the lead by a score of 2 to 1 going into the third period. Donovan McCoy and Trevor Hoskin lit the lamp in the third period to regain the lead. Assisting on the third period goals were Dalyn Wakely and Corbin Roach. Andrew Munro started the game in the Devils net and Corbin Votary was brought in to finish, as the Devils would hold on to the one goal lead to take the win by a score of 3 to 2.
In game 3 on Saturday Nov 5, the Devils faced the talented Toronto Red Wings and were looking for revenge from last tournaments loss to the Red Wings. In a fast and physical game, the Foley Bus Liners jumped out to a 2 to 0 lead on goals from Dalyn Wakely and Trevor Hoskin. Assisting on the 1st period goals were; Corbin Roach with a pair, Dalyn Wakely and Trevor Hoskin. The Devils entered the 2nd period with a one goal lead as the Red Wings answered with one. The Redwings scored twice in the 2nd and the Devils once to enter the third period in a 3 to 3 tie. Scoring in the 2nd period for the Devils was Kendrick Webster from Isaac Brown and Rheydan McCoy. Trevor Hoskin scored the game winner from Corbin Roach and Aaron Brown with just over 3 min left in the third period. Corbin Votary was outstanding in the Devils net in the 4 to 3 win.
In game 4 on Saturday, the Peewee Devils faced Meijer Hockey from Michigan. It was complete domination by the Devils as they sent Meijer home in a 9 to 0 routing. Scoring for the Devils were; Connor Hunt, Dalyn Wakely with the hat trick, Trevor Hoskin with a pair, Corbin Roach, Owen Gibson, and Rheydan McCoy. Providing the assists were; Cooper Matthews, Liam Filip, Dalyn Wakely with three, Corbin Roach with a pair, Trevor Hoskin with a pair, Donovan McCoy, and Isaac Brown with a pair. Andrew Munro recorded the shut out for the Devils.
In the Quarter-Finals on Sunday, the Devils faced the Don Mills Flyers in a rematch of last years Shanahan Championship. In a fast game, the Devils got on the board first with a short-handed goal from Trevor Hoskin. The Flyers would answer with a goal of their own before the end of the first period to tie the game going into the 2nd period. The Devils would regain the lead early in the 2nd period on a goal from Donovan McCoy, assisted by Sami Douglas-Najem. The Flyer would answer with a penalty shot goal to enter the third period in a 2 to 2 tie. The Devils regained the lead in the third on a goal scored by Corbin Roach. Cooper Matthews added another goal to give the Devils a 4 to 2 lead into the last minutes of the game, but the Flyers would add one final goal as they pulled their goalie and stormed the Devils net to score with 45 seconds on the clock. The Devils would hold on to beat the Flyers by a score of 4 to 3. Assisting on the third period goals for the Devils were; Trevor Hoskin, Liam Filip, Sami Douglas-Najem, and Liam Filip. Corbin Votary was solid in the Devils net making key saves in the Devils win.
In the Semi-Final match on Sunday, the Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils would face the Islanders from Boston. The Islanders came out strong with two goals to take the early lead in the first period. The end to end play continued through the 2nd period with no one lighting the lamp. The Devils began to rally in the third period with two goals from Corbin Roach and Dalyn Wakely (unassisted) to tied the game. Wakely also assisted on the Raoch goal. The Islanders answered to regain the lead with just over 3 minutes remaining in the game. With the Devils goalie pulled, Trevor Hoskin would tie the game with only 44 seconds on the clock, assisted by Cooper Matthews and Corbin Roach. The game would go into tournament overtime format with 3 on 3 play for 5 min. The Devils battled hard but in the end, the Islanders scored to end the game by a score of 4 to 3. Andrew Munro was solid in the Devils net in this hard-fought battle.
On Deck: Next action for the Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils, is back in ETA action against the Kingston Jr. Frontinacs this Thursday at 6:45pm at the QSWC.
Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee AAA Team had a strong showing at the Shanahan Warrior tournament in Toronto this weekend. The Red Devils went 4-0 in preliminary play, which was good enough for 4th place out of 30 teams, and earned them a spot in the quarter finals on Sunday morning vs the North York Rangers. It was all Red Devils in the quarter final game, where their aggressive fore check and strong team play was too much for the Rangers to handle. The Devils skated to a 5-1 win. Lighting the lamp for the Devils in the game was Ethan Quick, Benjamin Lynch, Jack Dever, Vincent Bellavance and Ethan Miedema. Adding assists on the goals was Spencer Cranley, Christopher Brydges, Sidney Wakely, Duncan Schneider, Cal Uens, Will Potts, Miedema, Dever, and Quick. Logan Vale was very strong in net for the win.
Next up for the Devils was a semi final match up vs the Vaughn Kings. The Devils found themselves down by a goal after the first period, and although the boys were in the game right until the final buzzer, they were unable to find the back of the net and lost the game 3-0. Aidan Crowley stood tall between the pipes, making several big saves early in the game for the Red Devils.
The Devils started off the tournament with a convincing 8-3 win over The Mississauga Senators. Ethan Miedema had a hat trick in the game, while Cal Uens and Christopher Brydges each added a pair of goals. Michael Dolton also scored for the Devils. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Uens (2), Jack Dever (2), Dolton, Vincent Bellavance, Benjamin Lynch, Sidney Wakely, Nick Oke and Joshua Cunningham. Aidan Crowley was sharp between the pipes for the Devils.
In game two, the Devils beat The New Hampshire Jr Avalanche by a score of 7-4. Cal Uens scored four goals in the game. Also scoring for the Devils was Jack Dever, Nick Oke and Spencer Cranley. Assisting on the goals was Quick (2), Lynch (2), Potts, Uens, Miedema, Wakely, Oke, and Dever. Logan Vale stood tall in net to earn the win.
On Saturday morning the boys would face the Buffalo Regals and skated to a 5-2 victory. Ethan Miedema scored a hat trick in the game, while Jack Lowry and Benjamin Lynch each added a single goal. Assisting on the goals was Miedema (2), Uens, Quick, Bellavance, Cranley, Lynch and Dever. Logan Vale recorded another big win between the pipes.
In their 4th game of the preliminary round, the Red Devils were up against the London Jr. Knights. In a faced paced, tight checking game, it was the Devils that came out a head, winning the game 2-1 which would earn them a spot in the quarter finals on Sunday morning. Lighting the lamp for the Devils in this one was Cal Uens and Spencer Cranley. Ethan Miedema had two assists in the game, and Christopher Brydges also added an assist. Aidan Crowley had a strong game in the cage to earn the win.
On Deck: The Coaching staff could not be more pleased with the effort and strong team play from the boys this weekend, and look forward to jumping back in to league play next weekend with games against the Barrie Colts in Cobourg at 1:30 on Saturday and on the road on Sunday against the Ajax-Pickering Raiders.
Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms took to the road for a tournament weekend in Toronto at the re-known Shanahan International. Friday, game one, had the Devils facing the Toronto Red Wings and looking to redeem themselves after a tough loss to the Wings in the Marlies tournament earlier in September. It was the Devils who struck first who a goal from the point by Ty McCambridge, assisted by Landon Wright and Jared Langdon. The Wings tied it up 20 seconds later and then went on to take the lead by a goal before the end of the first period. Quinte tied it up in the second with a power play goal from Wright, assisted by Beckett Ewart and Langdon. The third had the Devils add 2 more, one from Ty Therrien with the set up from Ben Vreugdenhil and an unassisted goal from Wright. While the Wings snuck one more past the quick handed Dean Spry in the Quinte net, it was not enough and the Devils took the 4-3 win.
Game two on Friday lined the Devils up against the Brantford 99ers. The two teams went goal for goal during the first and second periods. Therrien scored the first of the game assisted by Brody Partridge and Thomas Kuipers, while the goal in the second came from Liam Philip, assisted by Kirk Stevenson and Gage Butcher. As Glen McInnes guarded the Quinte cage, the Devils settled in and scored 3 more in the third to take the win 5-3. Scoring in the third for the Devils were Butcher(2) and Langdon, assisted by Philip, Stevenson, Vreugdenhil and Deacon Ellis.
Saturday’s early morning game had the Devils meeting up with a familiar team from league play, the Richmond Hill Coyotes. The scoreboard remained empty until the third period. Ben Danford scored the first of the game on a powerplay with an assist from Butcher. Still on a power play and only seconds later Braedyn Rogers scored another for the Devils on an assist by Partridge. Later in the period Kuipers took a pass from Therrien to make it 3-0. Langdon added one more shorthanded, assisted by Rogers to seal the 4-0 victory. Dean Spry recorded the shut out in the net.
Game two Saturday had Quinte facing the Rochester Grizzlies. The Devils wasted no time and quickly poured on the offence, netting 3 in the first. Philip(2) and Langdon, assisted by Stevenson(2), Carson Campbell, Butcher and Wright. The second period saw another 3 goals for Quinte while the defence worked hard to keep the Grizzlies out of scoring range. Scoring in the second were Stevenson, Ewart and Partridge with the assists coming from Butcher, Wright, Rogers and Kuipers. In the third, Philip, assisted by Stevenson and Kuipers, unassisted, each added one more. The Grizzlies only slipped one past Glen McInnes in net in the dying minutes of the game. Game ended with a strong 8-1 win for the Devils.
Winning 4 straight in round robin play, the Devils won their division and secured a spot in Sunday’s playoff round. Quarter finals had the Devils face the Markham Waxers at 8:30am. Both teams came out flying and ready to do battle. After many scoring chances for both teams, both remained off the scoreboard until late in the second. It was Philip who struck first to give the Devils a one goal lead of the game. Ewart managed to add a second with mere seconds left in the period to make it a 2-0 game before going into the third. Assisting were Wright and Danford. It was Philip again on the powerplay with the set up from Stevenson and Butcher who made it 3-0. Dean Spry stood tall in the net for the Devils shutting down many quality scoring opportunities for Markham. The Waxers managed to capitalize on a powerplay of their own with only seconds left in the third but it was the Devils who claimed the 3-1 win and secured the game in the semi-finals.
The semi-finals lined the Devils up against the strong and talented Mississauga Senators team. The top ranked Sens quickly went to work trying to create offence but the Devils worked tirelessly to match their speed and shut them down. The Sens capitalized on a power play, with only a minute left in the first period, to score and make it 1-0 Sens. The Devils continued to battle hard throughout the second and third, but were just unable to get on the scoreboard. Glen McInnes protected the cage for the Devils, only allowing 3 goals in the game as the team succumb to a 3-0 loss. The boys represented Quinte very well all weekend against some of the top teams and should be proud of their efforts!
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP Minor Atoms headed to Toronto for the Shanahan Warrior Tournament over the weekend.
In game 1, the Devils came up against a physical team dropping a 5-2 decision to the Minutemen Flames Elite (Massachusetts). Avery Wease and Rylan McCormack scored for Quinte. Game 2 saw the Devils rebound with a solid 5-1 win over the Windsor Jr. Spitfires. Carter Chadwick opened the scoring on a breakaway with Wease, Jake Sage, Kaiden Harmon and Ben Graham also chipping in. In game 3, the Devils pounded the GTHL’s Markham Majors 8-3. Harmon led the way with a pair while Graham, Chadwick, Wease, Erwin, Deke Osterhout and Alek Asimis added single markers. With the KKP Minor Atom’s needing a win in their fourth and final round robin game to advance to the 1/4 finals, the powerful Mississauga Senators came our flying and built up an early four goal lead that Devils couldn’t overcome in a 6-1 decision. Jake Sage broke the Sens shutout late.
The KKP Minor Atoms return to league action next Saturday in Richmond Hill before returning to Deseronto on Sunday to take on the Clarington Toros.
Topper’s Pizza- Novice
The Topper’s Pizza Novice Red Devil’s traveled to Oshawa on Friday October 28th to face the Oshawa General’s. The Devil’s lost 5-3 in a hard fought game, with Quinn Donovan between the pipes. Scoring for the Devil’s was Tavin MacDonald, Connor Fetterley and Carson Lynch. Jack Foley, Owen Rivers and Connor Fetterley picked up assists.
On Saturday October 29th the Devils hosted the Clarington Toro’s. The Devil’s won 7-4, with Quinn Donovan picking up the win in net. The Devils defense and goaltending were outstanding. Scoring for the Devil’s was Owen Rivers, Kaden Koutroulides, Connor Fetterley, Kolby Craig, Brendan Reid and Ryland Cunningham (2). Assisting on the Devils goals was Riley Reid (2), Jack Foley (2), Kolby Craig (3), Ryland Cunningham (2) and Kaden Koutroulides (3).
On Sunday October 30th the Devil’s hosted the Markham Waxer’s. The Devil’s played one of their best team games of the year, but just could not score on a strong goaltender. The Devil’s lost 2-0 with Nowl Wallace playing well in net.
On Saturday November 5th 2016 the Devil’s hosted the Ajax/ Pickering Raider’s. The Devil’s skated to a 4-2 win, with Nowl Wallace in net. Once again the Devil’s got strong defensive of play by all defensemen. Scoring for the Devil’s was Jack Foley, Brendan Reid, Owen Rivers and Kolby Craig. Assisting on the Devil’s goals was Owen Rivers, Connor Fetterley (2), Tavin MacDonald, Brendan Reid, Ryland Cunningham and Kaden Koutroulides.
On Sunday November 6th the Devils traveled to Clarington to face the Toro’s. The Devil’s again played one of their best games of the season, winning 5-1. The defense and goaltending were the difference. Quinn Donovan got the win in net. Scoring for the Devil’s was Kolby Craig (3), Owen Rivers and Kaden Koutroulides. Assisting the Devil’s goals was Ryland Cunningham (3) and Kaden Koutroulides.