Topper’s Pizza- Novice
On Saturday February 11th 2017 the Red Devils hosted the Central Ontario Wolves to close out the regular season. The Devils lost a hard fought game 2-1. Ryland Cunningham scored the lone goal for the Devils. Quinn Donovan picked up the loss in net. With the loss the Devils needed the Wolves to beat the Clarington Toros the next day in order to make the playoffs; The Wolves won 5-2; which secured the Devils the 4th seed and a match up versus the Peterborough Petes.
In game 1 the Devils got down early and could not recover, losing 7-1 in the end. Quinn Donovan and Nowl Wallace split the loss in net. Owen Rivers scored the lone goal for the Devils, assisted by Kolby Craig. In game 2 the Devils put together one of their best games of the season and skated to a hard fought 2-1 win. Quinn Donovan was fantastic in the for the Devils. Owen Rivers and Jack Foley scored for the Devils, while Kolby Craig (2), Jack Foley and Owen Rivers picked up assists.
Game three went to Peterborough as well, who now led the series 2-1. Games 4 and 5 are scheduled for the 25th and 26th.
Madison Excavating – Major Atom
The Madison Excavating Major Atoms got a strong start to the playoffs this weekend taking a 2-0 lead in the series verses Oshawa.
Saturday had the Devils playing at home in Napanee. The Devils wasted no time and scored early in the first set. Beckett Ewart found the back of the Generals net on the set up from Jared Langdon and Ben Vreugdenhil. Quinte continued to keep the pressure in Oshawa’s end and were rewarded with two more goals before the end of the first. Landon Wright scored the second of the game, assisted by Ben Danford and Deacon Ellis. It was Thomas Kuipers who made it 3-0 on the pass from Liam Philip and Brody Partridge. While the Generals managed to sneak one passed the Devils netminder in the second, Philip would go in unassisted a minute later to make it a 4-1 game. The Devils continued their offence, adding two more in the third. Scoring in the third were Langdon and Ty Therrien, helpers went to Ewart, Langdon and Braedyn Rogers. Dean Spry stood tall in the net for the Devils for the 6-1 victory.
Quinte went on the road Sunday to face the Generals in their barn at the Legends Centre. Once again it would be Quinte that hit the scoreboard first when Carson Campbell scored in the first on the pass from Partridge. The second period saw the Devils add a two goal cushion to their lead with a goal each from Gage Butcher and Ewart, assisted by Kirk Stevenson and Rogers. Ewart would go on to add one more in the third to make it 4-0 on the set up from Deacon Ellis. Glen McInnes recorded the shut out for the Devils with their win.
Foley Bus Lines – Peewee
With a large crowd on hand at the Madoc Community Centre for Sponsor Day, the Foley Bus Lines Peewees closed their regular season on Sunday Feb 19, with a 6 to 0 blanking of the Central Ontario Wolves.
After the National Anthem, player introductions, and a ceremonial puck drop by Team Title Sponsor Duane Foley and Gold Team Sponsor Jackie Jarrell, the Peewees got down to business by scoring five unanswered goals in the opening frame. Striking first was Dalyn Wakely on a feed from Donovan McCoy. Next was Cooper Matthews, assisted by Parker Stewart and Sami Douglas-Najem. Rheydan McCoy found the back of the Central Ontario net next as Trevor Hoskin and Sami Douglas-Najem provided the helpers. Dalyn Wakely lit the lamp with his second of the game, assisted by Aaron Brown and Cooper Matthews. Corbin Roach ended the first period scoring as he sent home a one-timer on a pass from Donovan McCoy. Each team skated to a scoreless second period as the Devils has many opportunities but could finish. In the third period, Dalyn Wakely completed his hat trick by scoring unassisted on a break away deke. Corbin Votary closed his regular season with the shut out in the Devils cage.
Following the game, players, families, sponsors and supporters; gathered for food and refreshments with a chance to meet the players and coaches. Sponsor plaques were handed out by the players and photos with sponsors were taken. A special thank you goes out to all that contributed to making Sponsor Day a success!
The Foley Bus Liners now prepare for their playoff run as they open the first round against the Clarington Toros on Thursday Feb 23 at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre. Puck drop is scheduled for 6:45pm at the FDC pad. Come out and support your Quinte Red Devil Peewees on their bid to return to the OMHA Championships!
Bonn Law – Minor Peewee
The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team have a 2-1 lead in the first round of the playoffs vs The Peterborough Pete’s. The Bonn Law Quinte Red Devils Minor Peewee Team started their playoff run this week against the Peterborough Pete’s. The Devils opened up the series at home on Thursday night with a 6-4 win over the Pete’s. Cal Uens, Ethan Quick and Ethan Miedema each scored a pair of goals for the Devils. Adding assists on the goals was Uens (2), Jack Dever and Vincent Bellavance. Aidan Crowley was in net for the win.
The Red Devils travelled to Peterborough for game #2 on Saturday, fell to the Pete’s be a score of 6-4. Christopher Brydges, Cal Uens, Josh Cunningham and Vincent Bellavance provided the scoring for the Devils. Chipping in with helpers on the goals was Uens (2), Brydges (2), Ethan Miedema and Jack Lowry. Logan Vale handled the goal tending duties for the Devils.
Game #3 was back at home on Sunday, and the Devils hit the ice ready to take the series back. Aidan Crowley was sharp in net from the get go, and the boys all skated hard on their way to a 5-1 win. Jack Dever, Christopher Brydges, Cal Uens, Ethan Miedema and Ethan Quick all found the back of the net for the home team. Assisting on the goals was Miedema, Uens and Duncan Schneider. The Red Devils are in Peterborough next Saturday for game #4 of the series.
KKP – Minor Atom
The KKP minor atoms find themselves in a big hole after dropping the first two games of their first round playoff series against Whitby. On Saturday, the host Wildcats scored with a little more than a minute left to edge the Devils 3-2. Deke Osterhout and Alek Asimis scored in the loss. On Sunday in Deseronto, Whitby erased a 2-1 second period deficit in a 4-2 victory. Evan Erwin and Osterhout scored for the Devils in the losing cause. Lennox Stewart was in goal for both contests. The KKP crew will look to stave off elimination on Wednesday in Whitby. Game 4, if necessary, will be in Belleville next Saturday.