KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP Minor Atom Red Devils registered a pair of victories over the weekend to take over sole possession of first place in the ETA’s East division. On Saturday in Richmond Hill, Ben Graham, Deke Osterhout and Carter Chadwick all fired home a pair of goals and Evan Erwin added a single marker as the Devils steamrolled over the host Coyotes, 7-1. Lennox Stewart picked up the win in goal.
On Sunday, Quinte played host to arch-rival Clarington Toros in front of a large and vocal crowd in Deseronto. The Devils scored 3 times in the third period to seal a huge 5-3 victory. Avery Wease led the way with 2 goals while Jake Sage, Graham and Erwin registered singles. Quinte’s defence-core was solid, especially while on the penalty kill. Liam Boyer recorded the win for the hosts.
On Deck: The KKP minor atom’s return to action on Friday in Oshawa before getting their first look at the North Central Predators back in Deseronto on Sunday.
McInroy Maines – Major Midget
The McInroy Maines Major Midget Quinte Red Devils took 3 of a possible 4 points this weekend. Saturday November 12th the boys took a 2-2 tie to a hard working Whitby team in Whitby. Pierce Nelson was solid in the cage with Noah Brant and Nate Boomhower found the net. Matt Sherwin, and Zach Wheeler had assists. Sunday November 13th saw a much more complete effort at St. Andrews College vs. York Simcoe Express. This time it was Matt Poole, Boomhower, Madoka Suzuki, and Brendan Hagerman with the goals, assists to Sherwin (2), Joe Roy, Wheeler, Suzuki, Nelson Powers and Matt Poole.
On Deck: The Boys continue this tough part of the schedule November 14th at home vs. Clarington and November 15th at Central.
Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team skated away with 2 points this weekend. On Saturday the Devils were home to The Barrie Colts, who are the top team in the ETA. The Red Devils got off to a solid start, and took a one goal lead late in the first period on a power play goal from Cal Uens, assisted by Christopher Brydges. The boys ran into penalty trouble in the second period and the Colts made them pay, scoring a power play goal of their own to tie the game. It was The Colts who scored again on the power play in the third period and added a late empty net goal to win the game 3-1. Aidan Crowley had a very strong game in net, making several key saves along the way.
On Sunday the Devils were in Ajax to take on the Raiders. After a scoreless first period, the boys found their stride, scoring three goals in the second period and two more in the third on their way to a 5-1 win. Lighting the lamp for the Devils was Will Potts, Jack Dever, Ethan Quick, Michael Dolton and Vincent Bellavance. Adding assists on the goals was Ethan Miedema, Benjamin Lynch, Sidney Wakely, Cal Uens (2) and Bellavance. Logan Vale was solid between the pipes all game long to earn the win.
On Deck: At Kingston on Wednesday, in Whitby on Saturday and home to Markham on Sunday.
Free Flow Petroleum – Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils split their league games this weekend. The win came on Friday night as the Devils visited the Clarington Toros, getting to the net early and often generating numerous scoring chances and in the end were able to light the lamp three times, skating away with a 3-1 win. The Red Devil offense was provided by Jacob Vreugdenhil with the first goal, assisted by Gavin Stevenson. Isaac Langdon had the second, with an assist from Jacob Gilbert. Playing in his first league game of the season, after returning to the line up after a lengthy rehab from injury, Riley St. Pierre scored the third goal tipping in a shot from the point by Cooper Rogers. Langdon had the other assist on the goal.
The Red Devils were on the wrong end of a 4-3 game with York-Simcoe on Saturday. The devils were down 2-0 early in the game but battled back to tie the game in the second period. Riley St. Pierre tipped in another point shot, his second in as many games, to get the devils on the board. Assists were provided by Curtis Dicks and Jacob Vreugdenhil. Isaac Langdon tied the game with help from Jacob Gilbert and Marshall McFarland. YSE went up 4-2 in the third before McFarland sent Vreugdenhil away splitting the Defence and firing one five hole. However , not enough time remained for Quinte to tie the game. Sam Dingle and Nick McGowan were both solid between the pipes giving their team a chance to win each game.
On Deck: The Major Bantams are in Kingston on Tuesday before hosting the North Central Predators next Saturday at 3:45 at the QSWC.
The Pond at Rhino Sports and Playland – Minor Midgets
The Minor Midget Red Devils travelled to Oshawa on Thursday to play the Oshawa Minor Generals and won the game 8-2 on the strength of a solid defensive effort by Zach Uens, Connor Kennedy, Cameron Supryka and Derrick Vos. Goals were scored by Jake Campbell(2), Daniel Panetta, Dalton Bancroft(2), Graham Dickerson, Zach Uens and Cameron Supryka while assists went to Connor Kennedy(2), Daniel Panetta(2), Emmet Pierce(2), Derrick Vos, Logan White, Cameron Supryka(2), Michael Andrews, Dalton Bancroft, Graham Dickerson, Nolan Seto and Zach Uens. Brennan Bush earned his 7th victory of the season back stopping 23 of 25 shots he faced and gave his team the opportunity to win.
On Sunday the Minor Midgets were up against the 8th ranked team in Ontario and Ajax sits second in the West ETA Division. Ethan Taylor would get the start for the Red Devils and played amazing in the early stages of the game to keep the Red Devils close. The Red Devils would lose 2-1 in a penalty filled game that saw the Devils short-handed 8 times and the Raiders capitalized twice on the power play. The Red Devils goal was scored by Emmet Pierce on a beauty passing play by Zach Uens and Logan White that sent Emmet in a break-away.
On Deck: Next up for the Devils will be a mid-week clash with their 401 and division rivals the Kingston Frontenac’s on Wednesday Nov. 16 at 7pm at QSWC.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
On Wednesday Nov 9, the Foley Bus Lines Red Devils hosted the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs at the QSWC. The Frontenacs came out strong and provided exciting end to end hockey in the first period to keep the game scoreless after the first period. The Frontenacs capitalized on two opportunities in the 2nd period to take a 2 to 0 lead going into the third period. The Devils would not be outdone as they began to battle back in the third period and tied the game on goals from Dalyn Wakely and Cooper Matthews. Cooper, Dalyn and Parker Stewart provided the assists. The Frontenacs would regain the lead late in the third, but Liam Filip found the back of the Kingston net to tie the game with minutes left. Corbin Roach and Dalyn Wakely assisted on the Filip goal. Final score was a 3 to 3 tie.
On Saturday Nov 12, the Bus Liners travelled to Peterborough to take on the Petes at the Evenrude Centre. The Devils got on the board first as Dalyn Wakely broke the ice on feeds from Cooper Matthews and Kendrick Webster. The Petes fought back with one of their own to tie the game, but Wakely scored again near the end of the first frame to end the first with the Devils ahead 2 to 1. Assisting on the 2nd Wakely goal was Cooper Matthews and Parker Stewart. The Devils added two more in the 2nd period as Cooper Matthews and Liam Filip found the back of the Pete’s net. Assisting on the Devils 2nd period goals were Dalyn Wakely and Connor Hunt. The Pete’s kept things close by adding anther of their own to enter the final frame with the Devils holding a two goal lead. (4 to 2). The Pete’s battled back and found the Devils net twice in the third period to tie the game. Corbin Votary relieved Andrew Munro in the Devils net; and despite heavy pressure in the final minutes of the game, the Pete’s held on. Final score was a 4 to 4 tie.
On Deck: Next action for the Foley Bus Liners is Nov 19 at the QSWC with puck drop at 2:15pm.
Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms won back to back home games this week to take another 4 points in league play. The midweek matchup in Marmora on Wednesday had the Major Atoms playing host to the Clarington Toros. The quick footed Toros were fast out of the gates but it was the Devils who hit the scoreboard first in the opening period with a goal from Beckett Ewart, assisted
by Landon Wright. The two teams battled back and forth matching scoring opportunities and solid defence throughout the next two periods, but there would be no more goals added. Dean Spry was solid in net from beginning to end and secured the shutout. Devils won 1-0.
Saturday had the Devils back in Marmora to face the North Central Predators for the first time on home ice. It was the Predators who struck first less than 30 seconds into the game to take a 1-0 lead. The Devils battled through their unsteady start and continued to work hard throughout the remainder of the first period to regain their balance. Liam Philip opened up the Devils scoring in the second with a goal early in the period to tie the game. Assisting on the goal were Carson Campbell and Gage Butcher. It was Brody Partridge, on the set up from Thomas Kuipers and Ty McCambridge,
who gave Quinte the lead for the first time in the game later in the second. The third period saw another two goals added for Quinte. One an unassisted beauty from Wright and the other a shot from Jared Langdon, assisted by Ewart and Wright. Glen McInnes was solid between the pipes as the
Devils took the 4-1 victory.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will be back in action next Saturday at home in Marmora at 3pm to face the Whitby Wildcats. On Sunday, the Devils will hit the road to Lindsay to face the Central Ontario Wolves, game time 5:30pm.