President's Update - January 9th, 2017

Provincial Draws are up....

Cupar Canucks pick up two wins on weekend….Bethune Bulldogs take care of Raymore and Lumsden…it was Mark Cross night in Wynyard…Kyle Ross continues to lead the scoring race…

The Cupar Canucks defeated the Avonlea Arrows 4-3 in Avonlea on Friday evening and then disposed of the Strasbourg Maroons 5-1 at home Saturday evening for their fourth straight victory. In Avonlea the Canucks got goals from Brayden Frank, Tyler Wilyman and a power play goal from Cody Hall and led the Arrows 3-1 after one period. In the second period Frank would score the winner on the power play midway through the period. The Arrows got a goal in each period with Brett Kealey scoring the first, Jessie Hall scoring in the second and Austin Lightfoot scoring in the third. Colby Miller picked up the win in net for the Canucks and Dean Brothen was in net for the Arrows. The Arrows had nine minor penalties, misconduct, a fighting major and a game misconduct. The Canucks had five minor penalties, a fighting major and a game misconduct. Tyler Wilyman from the Canucks and Stuart Holland from the Arrows both received one game suspension for game misconducts in the last 10 minutes of the game. On Saturday evening against the Maroons, the Canucks scored three times in the first period with Travis Orr, Elliott Hubick and Dallas Michlik coring. Brayden Frank scored in the second period and Michlik got his second of the evening in the third. Greg Ferguson scored late in the game to foil the shut out bud by Colby Miller. A skirmish in the second period sent everyone on the ice to the box. There were only six minor penalties in the game but the Canucks and Maroons would each end up with a major, a game misconduct and four misconducts from the second period encounter. Miller picks up the win in net and Jeremy Ellis was in net for the Maroons.

President's Update - December 19th, 2016

Merry Christmas!...As we head into the holiday break until January 6th, we have completed 35 games of our 63 game schedule. There are two games to be played on Tuesday with Raymore in Lumsden and Avonlea in Cupar. The Bethune Bulldogs lead the way with a perfect 10-0-0 record. On Friday evening they had their closest opportunity to lose as they defeated the Strasbourg Maroons 4-3 in overtime. The Maroons are the first team to get a point in a Bulldog game this year. On Friday evening Paul Albers scored on the power play for the Bulldogs and then Sean Delwo scored on the Maroon’s power play and it was 1-1 after one period. There was no scoring in the second period yet the Bulldogs had a commanding 35-13 advantage on the shot clock. In the third period there was no scoring until there was just under three minutes left in the game and the Maroons had a 2-1 lead after Delwo scored his second goal. One minute later Kyle Ross would score to tie the game and just 39 seconds later Jacob Ulmer would score to give the Bulldogs a 3-2 lead with just over a minute left in game. Dylan Marcott would score for the Maroons with 27 seconds left and this game ended up going to overtime where Kyle Ross would score with just over four minutes into the extra frame and the Bulldogs had their tenth win of the year, Ryan Holfeld picked up the win in net for the Bulldogs and Jeremy Ellis stopped 58 shots in the Strasbourg net. Each team had three minor penalties. The Maroons head into the break with 5-4-2 record in third place and have been involved in all three of the overtime games played this year. Also on Friday evening the Raymore Rockets defeated the Wynyard Monarchs in Wynyard 3-2. Michael Jordan and Braden Bentz scored in the first period to give the Rockets a 2-0 lead going into the second period. Kyle Kinequon would score in the second period for the Monarchs and Eric Popadynec would score early in the third period to tie the game. Travis Mohr would score for the Rockets with just under three minutes left in the game to seal the win for the Rockets. David Perkin would pick up the win in net for the Rockets and Adam Jordan was in net for the Monarchs. Wynyard had six minor penalties and Raymore had five.

President's Update - December 12th, 2016

Bulldogs, Monarchs and Maroons win weekend games...A very cold weekend saw six games played in the HHL and Bethune, Lumsden and Strasbourg solidified their hold on first, second and third place with victories. The third place Strasbourg Maroons played the Arrows in Avonlea on Friday evening and after giving up a 5-2 lead in the third period and forced into overtime; the Maroons got a goal from their leading scorer, Greg Ferguson, 57 seconds into the extra frame and pulled out a 6-5 victory. Ferguson scored three times, Sean Delwo scored twice and Tyson Orban scored for the Maroons. Jessie Hall provided a natural hat trick for the Arrows which included a shorthanded tally. Kyle Oleniuk and Wil Putland also scored for the Arrows. Tyler Kifferling picked up the win in net for Strasbourg and Dean Brothen was in net for the Arrows. The Arrows had four minor penalties and the Marrons had three. On Saturday evening in Strasbourg the Maroons did things in reverse of the Friday game against the Raymore Rockets. Down 3-1 after the first period, the Maroons scored three times in the second period and again in the third and held on for a 5-4 victory. Garret Lockeridge scored twice for the Maroons. Sean Delwo, Dylan Marcott and Mark Cross with the winning goal also scored for the Maroons. Bradyn Melrose, Josh Jordan, Michael Jordan and Brett Mohr scored for the Rockets. Jeremy Ellis stopped 26 of 30 shots sent his way and picked up the victory in net for the Maroons. David Perkin stopped 18 in the Rocket’s net. The Rockets had six minor penalties and misconduct. The Maroons had four minor penalties, a major and a game misconduct. The second place Lumsden Monarchs had two home games on the weekend. They defeated the Wynyard Monarchs 8-2 on Friday evening and the Cupar Canucks 11-1 on Saturday evening. On Friday evening Andrew Perrault and Mason Haus each had two goals for the Monarchs. These were the first two goals that Haus has scored in the HHL with the second one coming on the power play. Robert Hillier had four assists in this game. Brady Aulie, Liam Brennan, Torey Lindsey and Kyle Johnson also scored for Lumsden. Drew Litwin on the power play and Kyle Kinequon scored for Wynyard. Will Hood was in the Lumsden net stopping 26 shots. Adam Jordan stopped 52 of 60 shots fired his way in the Wynyard net. Lumsden had one minor penalty and Wynyard had four. On Saturday evening the Monarchs Kyle Johnson led the way with four goals and two assists for the Monarchs. Liam Brennan, Dale Spelchen, Andrew Perrault with two goals, Brady Aulie with a goal and four assists, Torrey Lindsey and Ryan Herman also scored for the Monarchs. Travis Orr scored on the power play for the Canucks.


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