QRD Weekly Report – Sunday November 20, 2016
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP Minor Atom Devils split a pair of games over the weekend. On Friday night, Quinte travelled to Oshawa and once again were stymied but hot goaltending from the Generals through two periods. The Devils persevered and Evan Erwin fired home the winner to seal a 3-2 victory late in the third. Ben Graham and Deke Osterhout also scored.
On Sunday in Deseronto, the Devils out-shot and out-played the visiting North Central Predators but struggled to find the back of the net in a 2-1 loss. Jake Sage banged home the only tally for Quinte. Lennox Stewart was in goal for both contests.
On Deck: The KKP Minor Atom Devils are participating in the International Silver Stick in Whitby next weekend.
Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms took another 4 points this weekend as they play one home and one away game. Saturday had the Atoms at home in Marmora to host the Whitby Wildcats. The Devils were a little slow to start in the first but quickly found their game in the second. It was Quinte who hit the scoreboard first with a goal from Landon Wright, assisted by Braedyn Rogers. Ben Danford added another to make it 2-0, with the assist from Kirk Stevenson and Liam Philip. While the Wildcats managed to tuck one in during the second, it was a beauty from Gage Butcher, on the set up from Jared Langdon and Danford to make it a 3-1 game before the end of the period. The third saw Beckett Ewart, assisted by Langdon, add to the score to give Quinte a 4-1 lead. Dean Spry protected the Quinte cage in the back and forth battle. Although Whitby snuck another late goal in the set, it was Quinte that skated their way to a 4-2 victory.
The Devils took to the road on Sunday to battle the Central Ontario Wolves in Lindsay Sunday evening. Taking advantage of an early power play, Quinte opened up the scoring as Langdon found the back of the Wolves net on the assist from Ewart. It was Langdon again a few minutes later, from Ty McCambridge, to give the Devils a 2-0 lead. Philip added one more, assisted by Butcher, in the second to give the Devils a 3-0 lead. Brody Partridge closed out the third with one more Quinte goal, on the set up from Ty Therrien and Deacon Ellis. Glen McInnes recorded the shut out. The Devils went home with the 4-0 win.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will host the Richmond Hill Coyotes this upcoming Saturday in Marmora and head to Peterborough on the Sunday to take on the Petes at the Evinrude.
Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee team racked up 5 of a possible 6 points this week. On Wednesday, the Devils were in Kingston for a midweek tilt vs the Fronts. In a fast paced, back and forth game where both team’s goalies made several key saves, the teams skated to a 1-1 tie. Cal Uens scored the lone goal for the Devils, assisted by Vincent Bellavance and Nick Oke. Aidan Crowley was solid in net.
On Saturday the Red Devils travelled to Whitby to take on their Eastern division Rivals. Although it was the Wildcats that led by a goal after the opening period, the Devils would respond by scoring three goals of their own in each of the next two periods on their way to a 6-3 win. Logan Vale was sharp in net for the Devils, making several big saves especially early in the game. Spencer Cranley scored a pair of goals in the game, while Ethan Quick, Christopher Brydges, Ethan Miedema and Jack Dever all added singles. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Josh Cunningham (2), Oke (2), Cranley, Dever, Quick, Uens and Sidney Wakely.
On Sunday the Devils were in Marmora to host the Markham Waxers. The Red Devils got off to one of their best starts this season, taking a 3-0 lead in the first period. The Devils continued their strong team play and aggressive forecheck throughout the game on their way to a 6-1 win. Christopher Brydges scored a hat trick in the game, while Cal Uens, Spencer Cranley, and Jack Dever all scored singles. Assisting on the goals was Vincent Bellavance, Michael Dolton, Will Potts, Quick, Oke, Uens and Miedema. Aidan Crowley had another strong game between the pipes in the win.
On Deck: Thursday in Marmora vs The Peterborough Petes. Saturday in Cobourg vs The Richmond Hill Coyotes and Sunday at Central Ontario Wolves.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
On Saturday Nov 19, the Foley Bus Lines Peewees hosted the Richmond Hill Coyotes at the QSWC in a showdown between division leaders in the ETA. In a fast game the two teams skated end to end in a scoreless first period. Connor Hunt broke the ice in the 2nd period to give the Devils a 1 to 0 lead going into the third period. Dalyn Wakely and Kendrick Webster assisted on the goal by Hunt. Early in the third period Conner Hunt found the back of the Coyote net again, giving the Devils a 2 to 0 lead on feeds from Isaac Brown and Kendrick Webster. The Coyotes got on the board with one of their own on the third, but Hunt wasn’t finished as he netted his third of the game, gaining the “Hat Trick” as the Devils downed the Coyotes 3 to 1. Corbin Votary was tested 24 times and turned away all but one in a great performance in the Devils cage.
On Sunday Nov 20, the Bus Liners took to the road to face the Oshawa Generals. It was all Devils in this game as the Devils defeated the Generals 10 to 4. Corbin Roach scored 3 times and had two assists to rack up the “hat trick”. Also scoring for the Devils were; Cooper Matthews with a pair, Rheydan McCoy, Connor Hunt, Isaac Brown, Trevor Hoskin and Liam Filip. Assisting on the Devils goals were; Dalyn Wakely with three, Trevor Hoskin with three, and Liam Filip with a pair. Cooper Matthews, Donovan McCoy, and Aaron Brown added singles. Andrew Munro was on duty guarding the Devils net.
On Deck: Next Action for the Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils is this Wednesday Nov 23, as they take on the Jr. Frontenacs in Kingston at 7pm at the Invista Centre.
Vanderlaan Building Products – Minor Bantam
On Nov. 11 the Vanderlaan Minor Bantams travelled to Kingston to take on the Junior Frontenac’s. Kingston came out strong scoring 3 goals in the first period. While the Devils kept Kingston off the board for the remainder of the game they were unable to find the back of the net. Devils lost the game 3-0. Dixon Grimes was in net.
On Saturday November, 12 2016 the Devils hosted the Richmond Hill Coyotes. Richmond Hill scored first at the end of the first period. With 2 minutes left in the first Ethan Broek found the back of the net. Goal was assisted by Ben White and Daniel Michaud. Richmond Hill would find the net again in the second and third period and the Devils were unable to answer back. The Devils’ lost the game with a final score of 3-1. Ethan Fraser was in net for the Devils.
On Saturday November 19, 2016 the Devils hit the road travelling to Oshawa to take on the Minor Generals. The Devils came out strong and got on the scoreboard first with a goal by Daniel Michaud. Quinte added to their lead in the second with a goal from Aiden Treverton. With a strong lead going into the third Quinte managed to get another two goals by Daniel Michaud and Aiden Treverton with assists from Brock Kelsh and Daniel Michaud. The Devils would skate to a 4-0 victory. Dixon Grimes was in net for the shutout and Desi Davies was awarded player of the game.
Free Flow Petroleum – Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils earned two more wins this week making it four wins in their last five games.
The Red Devils travelled to Kingston on Tuesday night and skated away with a 4-2 road win. Scoring for the Devils was Marshall McFarland, Connor Macgregor, Jacob Gilbert and Isaac Langdon. Assists were provided by Cole McGuire, Garrett Bird and Gilbert and Langdon with two each.
On Saturday, Quinte hosted the North Central Predators. The home team had the majority of shots and were able to get one more past the opposing goalie than they gave up. Earning a 3-2 win. The offence was provided by Jacob Vreugdenhil, Marshall McFarland and Cooper Rogers. Assists went to Gavyn Stevenson, Riley St. Pierre, Jaxen Boyer and Jacob Gilbert.
On Deck: The major bantams travel to Oshawa on Monday and then host Whitby on Thursday Nov. 24, at 8:15 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre.
The Pond at Rhino Sports and Playland – Minor Midget
The Rhino Sports Minor Midget Red Devils hosted Kingston on Thursday and won the game 6-3 as they were back stopped by Ethan Taylor who kept his team in the game when they needed a great save. The Devils came out quickly scoring the first goal within the first 60 seconds but then allowed Kingston to take that one right back. The score was 1-1 at the end of one then the Devils would get the next two before Kingston would get one back on the power play and the third period would start with the Red Devils leading 3-2.
Early in the third period Kingston would tie the game 3-3 but as good teams learn to be great the Devils answered right back just 50 seconds later on their way to scoring 3 unanswered goals to capture the victory. Goals were scored by Daniel Panetta, Logan White, Michael Andrews(2), Jake Campbell and Dalton Bancroft while assists went to Keegan Hunt, Emmet Pierce, Jake Campbell, Graham Dickerson, Daniel Panetta(2), Dalton Bancroft, Logan White, Derrick Vos and Michael Andrews.
On Saturday the Red Devils would face the North Central Predators and would play a complete game from opening faceoff to the final buzzer as they won the game 13-1. Brennan Bush was spectacular in net as he made key saves in each of the periods and two unbelievable saves late in the third period as his team briefly forgot about the defensive part of the game. The hard working line of Nolan Seto, Graham Dickerson and Matt Cawker set the pace for the team as they often do scoring just 4 minutes and 24 seconds into the game.
Emmet Pierce, Jake Campbell and Michael Andrews each had 5 points; Daniel Panetta and Dalton Bancroft had 4 points; Logan White with 3 points; Graham Dickerson, Nolan Seto, Zach Uens, Matt Cawker all had two points while Keegan Hunt and Cameron Supryka each had one.
On Sunday the Red Devils hosted the Central Ontario Wolves in Madoc and once again Brennan Bush was stellar between the pipes for the Devils as he stopped all but one of the shots he faced. For the second straight game it was the Nolan Seto, Matt Cawker and Graham Dickerson line getting things started for the team as they opened the scoring the for Devils. Just 60 seconds later the Red Devils were on the scoresheet once again and never looked back scoring 5 unanswered goals to win the game 5-1.
The goals were scored by Matt Cawker, Daniel Panetta(2), Dalton Bancroft and Derrick Vos as assists went to Nolan Seto, Graham Dickerson, Michael Andrews(2), Daniel Panetta, Keegan Hunt, Emmet Pierce, Logan White and Bailey Matthews.
On Deck: Next up for the Minor Midget Red Devils will be the Kingston Frontenac’s on Tuesday and then the Silver Stick in Whitby, beginning on Thursday.
Topper’s Pizza- Novice
The Topper’s Pizza Novice Red Devils had the week off from game action this past week.
On Deck: Red Devils travel to Lindsay on Saturday to visit the Central Ontario Wolves and head to Newmarket on Sunday to visit the York Simcoe Express.