Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms had a busy week with 2 road games and 1 at home. The Devils once again came out on top with 3 wins and 6 points securing the top spot in the East headed into playoffs.
Game details from the January 29th 8-0 victory for Quinte verses Central Ontario in Little Britain were made available this week. Goals for the Devils came from Landon Wright, Jared Langdon, Gage Butcher(2), Thomas Kuipers, Beckett Ewart, Kirk Stevenson and Ty Therrien. Helpers came from Brody Partridge, Ben Vreugdenhil, Kuipers(2), Liam Philip(2), Therrien, Langdon, Ewart and Butcher. Glen McInnes recorded the shut out for the Devils.
This past Wednesday, Feb. 1, the Major Atoms were back on the road for a mid week match up with the Ajax-Pickering Raiders. The Devils wasted no time hitting the scoreboard as Ewart took the set up from Landgon and Deacon Ellis to find the back of the Raiders net. Shortly after Partridge added another on the assist from Wright and Ben Danford. Danford would go on to score one of his own from Therrien and Langdon. Philip closed out the first period with one more, assisted by Kuipers to make it 4-0. Quinte added to their lead with another three goals to give them a 7-0 lead going into the third. Scoring in the second were Butcher, Kuipers and Ty McCambridge. The helpers came from Ellis(2), Philip and Kuipers. The Raiders snuck two past in the third to make the final score 7-2. Dean Spry was in net for the Devils.
Saturday had the Devils playing host to the Whitby Wildcats at the Napanee Strathcona Centre. The two teams matched speed and defensive play throughout the first period to a 0-0 tie. It was Butcher, in the second, who opened up the scoring and gave Quinte the lead, on the set up from Philip and Ellis. The two teams continued to battle back and forth throughout the second but with no change in the score. A shot from the point by Ellis, made it a 2-0 Devils lead, assisted by Stevenson. The Wildcats wouldn’t give up and while they tucked one past Quinte netminder McInnes midway through the third, it would not be enough. The Devils took the 2-1 victory and sealed their first place finish for the regular season.
Quinte was back on the road Sunday to face the Clarington Toros at the Rickard Arena. Quinte would waste no time early in the first to take the lead on a goal from Philip, assisted by Braedyn Rogers. Minutes later Butcher would also find the back of the Toros net, assisted by Danford. Before the close of the first period Wright, on the pass from Ellis would give the Devils a 3-0 lead. The second saw Quinte continue to add to the score with goals from Philip, assisted by Kuipers and Partridge and Partridge unassisted. Danford would be the lone scorer in the third on the set up from Therrien and Langdon. Spry recorded the shut out in net for the Devils.
On Deck: The Madison Excavating Major Atoms will finish up their regular season on the road in Kingston this upcoming Friday night as they take on the Jr. Frontenacs.
Topper’s Pizza- Novice
On Wednesday January 25th the Topper’s Pizza Red Devils faced the league leading Peterborough Petes in Cobourg. The Red Devils played one of their best games of the season tying the Petes 2-2, in a game the Devils had many chances to win, but just could not seem to beat a strong Petes goalie. The Devils got a strong defensive game from their defense limiting the potent Petes offense to a minimum. Quinn Donovan notched the tie in goal. Jack Foley and Owen Rivers scored for the Devils, with assists going to Connor Fetterley (2), Foley and Rivers.
On Sunday January 29th the Topper’s Pizza Red Devils travelled to Wolfe Island to host the Oshawa Generals for a pair of outdoor games. In the first game the Devils and Generals tied 2-2, with the Devils tying the game with 15 seconds left. Owen Rivers and Ryland Cunningham scored the goals for the Devils. Blake Leblanc (2) and, Carson Lynch (2) picked up assists. Nowl Wallace played great between the pipes for the tie.
In the second game the Red Devils and Generals tied 3-3, with the Devils scoring two goals in the last minute to tie the game. Ryland Cunningham (2) and Jack Foley scored the goals for the Devils, with Kolby Craig (2), Kaden Koutroulides (2), Carson Lynch and Blake Leblanc picking up assists. The Red Devils defense consisting of Blake Leblanc, Carson Lynch, Tavin Macdonald, Lucas Adamson, Cooper Kelly and Rykken Ellis were fantastic all day. Nowl Wallace was again fantastic between the pipes picking up the tie. The Red Devils had a fanatastic day in the outdoor series and would like to thank the Generals for making the day a memorable experience.
On Saturday February 4th the Devils travelled to Lindsay to face the Central Ontario Wolves. The Devils are in a battle for one of the final two playoff spots with the Whitby Wildcats, Oshawa Generals and Clarington Toros. The Devils played a fanastic team game and got their first point off of the Wolves this season in a 1-1 tie. Owen Rivers scored the goal unassisted. Quinn Donovan was fantastic between the pipes for the Devils.
On Sunday February 5th the Devils hosted the Whitby Wildcats in a playoff type game. The Devils trailed the Wildcats by two points heading to the game in a battle for third place in the division. The Red Devils kept their season alive with a 4-3 victory. Scoring for the Devils was Ryland Cunningham, Jack Foley, Brendan Reid and Kolby Craig; Owen Rivers picked up the lone assist. Quinn Donovan picked up the win in net, making a few big saves at the end of the game to preserve the victory.
With the win the Devils are tied for third with the Wildcats; one point ahead of the Toros and three points ahead of the Generals going into the final week of the season; all teams have one game remaining, with the exception of the Generals who have two.
On Deck: The Devils host the Central Ontario Wolves in their regular season finale on Saturday February 11th in Cobourg at 1:30pm.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
The Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils hosted the Oshawa Generals on Saturday Feb 4 in Madoc. In a high scoring affair, the Bus Liners came out on top by a score of 7 to 4.
The first period saw each team score twice as Tevor Hoskin and Corbin Roach found the back of the Generals net. Assisting on the first period goals were; Cooper Matthews with two, and Dalyn Wakely.
The Devils took control scoring three more goals in the second period, as Corbin Roach netted a single and Isaac Brown scored twice, including a short handed and eventual game winning goal., Assisting on the 2nd period goals were; Trevor Hoskin with a pair, Parker Stewart with a pair and Sami Douglas-Najem with a single.
In third period action the Devils lit the lamp two more times; as Cooper Matthews and Connor Hunt scored on feeds from Corbin Roach, Donovan McCoy, and Trevor Hoskin. Final score was 7 to 4 for the Devils as Corbin Votary went the distance in the Devils net. The win secures a first-place finish in the ETA for the Devils for a fourth year in a row with two games left to go in the regular season.
Next action for the Foley Bus Lines Peewee Red Devils is Wednesday Feb 8, as the Devils play their final road game in Oshawa against the Generals. Puck Drop is scheduled for 6:45pm.
Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee team earned 6 more important points this week in league play. The Devils hosted the Clarington Toros on Wednesday evening and won the game by a score of 5-3. Cal Uens and Vincent Bellavance each had a pair of goals in the game, and Jack Dever scored one to round out the scoring for the home team. Assisting on the goals was Ethan Miedema (3), Will Potts, Duncan Schneider, Ethan Quick and Uens. Logan Vale was sharp between the pipes in the win.
On Friday night, the Devils were in Kingston where they would beat the Jr. Frontenacs 5-4. Spencer Cranley had a pair of goals in the game. Also scoring for the Devils was Christopher Brydges, Miedema and Quick. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Brydges (2), Schneider (2), Uens (2), Miedema, Dever, Quick and Bellavance. Aidan Crowley stood tall between the pipes to earn the win.
On Sunday the Devils were in Peterborough for a game vs the Pete’s. The Devils came out flying in the game and beat the hometown team by a score of 5-1. Lighting the lamp for the Devils was Miedema (2), Dever, Cranley, and Quick. Assisting on the goals was Uens (2), Nick Oke (2), Sidney Wakely, Miedema, Cranley and Bellavance. Logan Vale played a strong game in net for the win.
On Deck: The Devils are back in Peterborough on Thursday and finish their regular season on the road in Whitby on Saturday.
Rhino Sports – Minor Midget
The Minor Midget Red Devils met up with Kingston in the first round of the playoffs and after beating Kingston will now face the winner of York Simcoe or Markham.
In Game #1: Brennan Bush played extremely well on route to a 6-1 victory. The team would still be without the services of one of their top Defensemen as Carden Guerin is still out with a suspension. Goals were scored by Michael Andrews(2), Jake Campbell(2), Dalton Bancroft and Logan White; while assists went to Daniel Panetta(2), Dalton Bancroft(2), Derrick Vos(2), Zach Uens, Bailey Matthews, Emmet Pierce, Jake Campbell and Cameron Supryka.
In Game #2: Ethan Taylor would back stop the team to a 4-3 victory. Goals were scored by Daniel Panetta, Dalton Bancroft(2) and Graham Dickerson while assists went to Connor Kennedy, Michael Andrews, Daniel Panetta, Dalton Bancroft, Cameron Supryka, Bailey Matthews, Zach Uens and Matt Cawker.
In Game #3: Brennan Bush was once again between the pipes and recorded the victory as the Red Devils skated to a 10-3 win over the Kingston Jr Frontenacs. Goals were scored by Michael Andrews(2), Jake Campbell, Derrick Vos, Emmet Pierce, Matt Cawker(2), Daniel Panetta(2) and Dalton Bancroft while assists went to Zach Uens(2), Daniel Panetta(3), Emmet Pierce(2), Derrick Vos, Jake Campbell(3), Dalton Bancroft, Logan White, Bailey Matthews, Graham Dickerson(2), Michael Andrews(2) and Connor Kennedy.
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP minor atoms split a pair of games this past week.
On Thursday the Devils traveled to Peterborough and were stymied by the Petes 3-1. Owen Cassidy scored to only goal for the visitors while Liam Boyer took the loss in goal. Needing a victory at home on Sunday in Deseronto against high-scoring Whitby the Devils delivered big-time, defeating the Wildcats 5-0. Lennox Stewart was stellar in goal picking up the shutout with Rylan McCormack (hat trick) Deke Osterhout and Jake Sage providing the offence.
On Deck: The KKP crew return to action on Friday at Clarington before closing out the regular season on Sunday in Deseronto with a re-match against Peterborough.
Free Flow Petroleum – Major Bantam
The Free Flow Petroleum Major Bantam Quinte Red Devils earned three of a possible four points this weekend with a home win and a road tie. On Saturday, the Red Devils hosted the Oshawa Generals. Quinte opened the scoring with the first two goals of the game only to see the Generals storm back to tie the game. The consistent pressure of the Red Devils would eventually wear down Oshawa as they scored four more times and Oshawa could only add one more. Quinte skated away with the 6-3. Seven different Red Devils contributed offensively. Isaac Landon had two goals and an assist. Riley St. Pierre had two goals. Jacob Gilbert and Nick Kirby-Palliser had single goals. Cole McGuire and Connor MacGregor each had two assists. Other assists went to Curtis Dicks, Gilbert and Kirby-Palliser. Sam Dingle earned the win in net.
On Sunday, Quinte travelled to Peterborough to take on the Petes. Both teams played well defensively and kept the scoring chances to a minimum. Both teams showed why they are both bound for the playoffs. It was scoreless after one period The Red Devils outscored the Petes two to one in the second. The Petes scored with a little over three minutes left in the third to tie the game 2-2. It was a very solid effort from Quinte who were missing three players from their line up due to injury. The goals were scored by Garrett Bird and Isaac Langdon. Cole McGuire had two assists. Jaxen Boyer and Ben Roger each had an assist as well. Nick McGowen played well in net.
On Deck: The Red Devils next action is also against the Petes on Thursday February 9th at 8:15 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Center.