Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team earned all 6 points in league play this past week. On Wednesday the Devils were in Marmora to take on the Peterborough Petes. The Devils took a one goal lead after the first period and scored five more in the second on their way to a 6-3 win. Michael Dolton had a pair of goals for the home team, while Jack Dever, Ethan Miedema, Cal Uens and Ben Lynch all scored singles. Adding assists on the goals was Jack Lowry (2), Chris Brydges, Nick Oke (2), Ethan Quick, Uens and Dolton. Logan Vale had a strong game in net to earn the win.
On Saturday, the Devils played host to the Richmond Hill Coyotes. Although it was the Coyotes who scored in both their first and last shifts of the game, it was the Devils who carried the play in a 4-2 win. Cal Uens, Ethan Miedema, Ethan Quick and Jack Dever found the back of the net in the win. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Joshua Cunningham, Dolton, Dever, Uens, Miedema, Lynch and Brydges. Aidan Crowley stood tall between the pipes all game long.
On Sunday the Devils were in Little Britain to face the Central Ontario Wolves. The Wolves jumped out to a two goal lead before the Devils found their stride near the end of the second period, scoring five unanswered goals. Lighting the lamp in the win was Chris Brydges, Ethan Miedema, Cal Uens (2) and Jack Dever. Assisting on the goals was Miedema (3), Dever (2), Uens (2), Brydges and Vince Bellavance. Logan Vale made several key saves in the win, including a save on a penalty shot.
On Deck: The Devils host The Whitby Wildcats next Sunday @ 4:00 in Napanee.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
The Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils played three games this week in ETA action as they took on the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs, Central Ontario Wolves and the Markham Waxers.
On Wednesday Nov 23, the Bus Liners travelled to Kingston to take on the Jr. Frontenacs. The Red Devils scored twice in the first period on goals from Cooper Matthews and Trevor Hoskin. Isaac Brown, Dalyn Wakely and Donovan McCoy assisted on the goals. The Jr. Frontenacs rallied for two goals of their own in the 2nd period to tie the game going into the third period. Both teams skated to a scoreless third, ending the game in a 2 to 2 tie. Corbin Votary was in the Red Devils cage.
On Saturday Nov 26, the Red Devils landed in Fenelon Falls to take on the Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils got on the board first with a goal from Corbin Roach, assisted by Sami Douglas-Najem. Dalyn Wakely and Corbin Roach added two more goals in the second period, assists going to Cooper Matthews, Donovan McCoy, Dalyn Wakely and Trevor Hoskin. The Wolves added one of their own, to head into the third period with the Devils leading 3 to 1. It was all Devils in the third as Sami Douglas-Najem and Parker Stewart found the back of the net. Dalyn Wakely assisted on both third period goals. Final score was 5 to 1 for the Devils. Andrew Munro was on duty as the Devils goaltender.
On Sunday Nov 27, the Foley Bus Liner Red Devils hosted the Markham Waxers in Madoc. The Waxers were the first to strike, but Dalyn Wakely evened the score to end the first in a 1 to 1 tie. Assisting on the Wakely goal was Cooper Matthews and Blake Ellis. The Devils lit the lamp three more times in the 2nd period as Donocan McCoy, Rheydan McCoy and Corbin Roach found the back of the Waxer’s net. Conner Hunt, Isaac Brown, Dalyn Wakely and Blake Ellis provided the helpers. Kendrick Webster would add the 5th Devils goal in the third period; assisted by Sami Douglas-Najem, as the Devils defeated the Waxers by a score of 5 to 1. Corbin Votary protected the Devils cage.
On Deck: Next action for the Devils is Saturday Dec 3, in Belleville at the QSWC as the Devils Host the North Central Predators. Puck drops at 5:45pm.
Vanderlaan Building Products – Minor Bantam
The Vanderlaan Minor Bantams were on the road Saturday November 26th to take on the Peterborough Petes. The Devils opened the scoring early in the first with a goal from Daniel Michaud. Halfway through the second the Petes took the lead but Clayton Farrow found the back of the net with seconds left in the period to tie the game. Goal assisted by Brock Kelsh. Ben White put the Devils back on top with a goal early in the third. Ethan Broek and Gavin Camp with the assists. In an attempt to tie the game Peterborough pulled their goalie for the extra skater but Ben White put one in the empty net to secure the win. Dixon Grimes was solid between the pipes for the win. Gavin Camp was awarded player of the game.
Madison Excavating – Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atom Quinte Red Devils added another 3 points this weekend with a tie and a win. Saturday had the Atoms host the Richmond Hill Coyotes at the Marmora Arena. The Coyotes came out fast and were the first to hit the scoreboard to take a 1-0 lead. It was Ty Therrien in the second period who tied up the game on the set up from Thomas Kuipers and Brody Partridge. Gage Butcher gave Quinte the 2-1 lead in the third period of the game, with the assist from Ty McCambridge and Deacon Ellis. The Coyotes would not let up and managed to sneak a late goal to tie the game 2-2. Dean Spry was solid in net for the tie.
The Devils took to the road on Sunday to meet up with the Petes at the Evinrude in Peterborough. The Devils wasted no time as Ben Danford took a shot from the point to give Quinte an early one goal lead. Assisting on the first goal were Kuipers and Carson Campbell. The Devils went on to tally
another 4 goals in the second period to make it 5-1 in their favour. Scoring for the Devils in the second were Jared Langdon, Landon Wright (2) and Ty McCambridge, assisting were Ellis, Beckett Ewart, Kirk Stevenson and Butcher. The Petes added one in the third but it would not be enough as the Devils skated home with the 5-2 victory. Glen McInnes protected the cage for the Devils.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will play at home in Marmora at 1pm on Saturday verses the York-Simcoe Express. Sunday game action has the Devils headed to Oshawa to face the Generals at the Campus Ice Centre at 3pm.
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP minor atom Red Devils travelled to Whitby for the International Silver Stick tournament this past weekend. In the tourney opener on Thursday, the Devils upset one of the top teams in Ontario, Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs, 1-0. Evan Erwin scored the only goal but the story of the game was the outstanding goaltending from Lennox Stewart.
In game two on Friday, the Devils took on the host Whitby Wildcats and once again received strong goaltending, this time from Liam Boyer, in a 2-1 victory. Kaiden Harmon and Deke Osterhout scored for Quinte.
In their third game Saturday morning, it was the Devils turn to face hot goaltending as the New Jersey Rockets withstood a flurry of shots and scoring chances from Quinte to secure a 2-1 win. Avery Wease scored the Devils only goal. In their final round robin game Saturday afternoon Quinte faced the difficult task of having to beat the unbeaten and number one ranked team in the United States – Middlesex Islanders (near Boston). Unfortunately the Devils would see their tournament come to an end with an 8-1 defeat. Harmon was the lone scorer for Quinte.
On Deck: The KKP minor atom Devils hit the road next weekend with games in Barrie on Saturday and Orillia on Sunday against North Central.
Rhino Sports and Playland – Minor Midget
The Rhino Sports and Playland Minor Midget Red Devils played well in the Silver Stick Tournament over the weekend but not well enough to advance to the quarter finals as they narrowly missed the cut to advance.
Game 1: Mississauga Reps (2-2 Tie)
The Red Devils played the Mississauga Reps who are undefeated in regular GTHL play and currently ranked third in Ontario and they showed why. The game was scoreless in the first period due to the play of Ethan Taylor who kept his team in the game for the first two periods. The Reps lead 1-0 at the end of the second period and carried most of the play. The third period was a different story as the Devils came out of the gate hungry for the puck. They would be rewarded as they scored just 2:07 into the frame and started to have some “push-back” in their game. The Reps would take the lead again on a short-handed effort but with 1:47 left the Red Devils would tie the game and it would end in a 2-2 draw. Goals were scored by Michael Andrews and Dalton Bancroft while assists went to Derrick Vos, Dalton Bancroft, Zach Uens and Michael Andrews.
Game 2: Thunder Bay Kings (4-1 Win)
The Devils would play early Friday morning, they started slowly and luckily for the team Brennan Bush was prepared to play at first puck drop. The first period would be scoreless but in the second period the Devils would open the scoring early. The Kings answered back but as good teams become great teams they learn to push-back and this is exactly what happened as the Devils scored just 27 seconds later. Three minutes later it was 3-1 for the Red Devils and before the game would end Quinte would make it 4-1. Goals were scored by Graham Dickerson, Daniel Panetta, Dalton Bancroft and Bailey Matthews while assists went to Connor Kennedy, Daniel Panetta, Graham Dickerson, Dalton Bancroft, Michael Andrews Bailey Matthews and Matt Cawker.
Game 3: Lethbridge Hurricanes (2-1 Loss)
The Red Devils started off on the wrong skate and never recovered as there was a continuous trip to the penalty box in the first half of the game. Lethbridge would score on a 5-on-3 situation early in the second period and would take a 2-0 lead just a few minutes later. Bailey Matthews would answer back for the Devils with 10 minutes to go in the third but they would be unable to generate much offence and flow through the neutral zone and would lose the game 2-1. The only goal was scored by Bailey Matthews while assists went to Graham Dickerson and Matt Cawker.
Game 4: Chicago Mission (4-1 Win)
The Red Devils kept the streak of not scoring in the first period in all four games in the tournament as the Mission kept them to the perimeter and the Devils could not penetrate the defensive stand. Brennan Bush would stop all but 1 of the 14 shots he faced in the game. The Devils would hold the Mission to just three shots in the first period and would score three themselves in the second. The Mission would score early in the third but as good teams learn to be great teams, the Red Devils would answer back just 21 seconds later to seal the deal and skate to a 4-1 victory. Goals were scored by Graham Dickerson, Emmet Pierce, Logan White and Michael Andrews while assists went to Emmet Pierce, Daniel Panetta, Jake Campbell, Dalton Bancroft, Cameron Supryka, Michael Andrews, Bailey Matthews and Matt Cawker.
On Deck: The minor midget will travel to Aurora next weekend to take part in the ETA – OMHA Minor Midget Showcase. The will play Central Ontario Wolves on Saturday, and Ajax-Pickering on Sunday
Free Flow Petroleum – Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils split their two games this week, winning in convincing fashion on Monday night in Oshawa but then losing to Whitby on Thursday night at home. In Oshawa, the Generals opened the scoring at the twelve minute mark of the first period but the Red Devils answered two minutes later to tie the game and from there never looked back. they scored one more time in the first, twice in the second and five times in the third to take the game 9-2. Goal scorers for Quinte included Gavyn Stevenson, Curtis Dicks, Jacob Vreugdenhil, and Isaac Langdon scoring two each. The single goal went to Connor MacGregor. Assisting goals were Jaxen Boyer, Jacob Gilbert (2), Riley St. Pierre, Garrett Bird, Marshall McFarland, Stevenson and Langdon.
Thursday nights game was a much different story. Once the scoring started in the second period the Red Devils found themselves playing from behind. Whitby scored the first goal of the game and Quinte responded by evening it up on a pretty passing play which saw Connor MacGregor finish a pass from Jaxen Boyer. Isaac Langdon had the other assist. Whitby would go up 3-1 by the end of the second. Quinte came out flying for the third period and scored twice in the first four minutes of the period to tie the game 3-3. The first goal of the third was scored by MacGregor, assisted by Jacob Vreugdenhil. The second was by Isaac Langdon on a feed from Marshall McFarland. Unfortunately, the Wildcats scored on a power play goal a few minutes later and then again before adding an empty net goal to take the game 6-3.
On Deck: The Major Bantams travel to Ajax on Sunday night. Their next home game is not until Dec. 15 at 7:00 against the Central Ontario Wolves.