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2016 Novice Challenge Dec. 17-18, 2016

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Tournament Director:  Shai Porter – shaibort@gmail.com  250-720-1633

Chelsea Olsen 250-720-1326 chelsolsen@hotmail.com


1.  Alberni Valley Blues     6.  Cowichan Capitals

2.  Oceanside Jets           7. Comox Valley Cougars

3.  Cowichan Snipers         8. Oceanside Rangers

4.  Juan de Fuca Black       9. Oceanside Predators

5.  Alberni Valley Devils   10. Alberni Valley Sharks

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...MORE PHOTOS WILL BE ADDED AS THEY BECOME AVAILABLE

GAME HIGHLIGHTS (PHOTOS):

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ALBERNI VALLEY DEVILS (Green Shell)

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COMOX VALLEY COUGARS

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JUAN DE FUCA GRIZZLIES BLACK (in Yellow)

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OCEANSIDE JETS 


GAME SCHEDULE

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Novice Challenge Game Schedule

Novice Challenge Rules & Information


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2016 Atom Recreational Fall Tournament

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10 Teams – Standings after 15 of 15 games:

Game points = Total + Sportmanship points = Total – Final Game Score – Placement
  • Comox Valley High Calibre (CV1) - 2+2+2 =6 + 3 =9  3  =  Gold
  • Comox Valley Kia (CV6) -          2+2+2 =6 + 3 =9  6  =  Silver

  • Saanich Braves (SAA1) -           2+2+1 =5 + 3 =8  0  =  4th
  • Juan de Fuca Grizzlies (JDF4) -   2+2+1 =5 + 3 =8  5  =  Bronze

  • Oceanside Raptors (OCE) -         2+2+0 =4 + 3 =7  9  =  5th
  • Alberni Steelheads (AV2) -        0+0+2 =2 + 3 =5  3  =  6th

  • Victoria Icehawks (VIC3) -        0+0+0 =0 + 3 =3  11 =  7th
  • Nanaimo Phantoms (NAN4) -         0+0+0 =0 + 3 =3  6  =  8th

  • Nanaimo Silverbacks (NAN5) -      0+0+0 =0 + 2 =2  0  =  10th
  • Alberni Fireballs (AV1) -         0+0+2 =2 + 0 =2  1  =  9th

Game Schedule:

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25
G# Start End   Rink Home  Score Away Score
1 5:15 6:45 pm C AV1  2 OCE  5
2 6:30 8:00 pm W CV1  7 NAN4  2
3 7:00 8:30 pm C AV2  5 CV6  7
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26
4 7:15 8:45 am C SAA1  8 NAN5  3
5 7:30 9:00 am W VIC3  8 JDF4  12
6 9:15 10:45 am W AV1  2 CV1  5
7 10:00 11:30 am C OCE  6 NAN4  3
8 11:00 12:30 pm W AV2  7 SAA1  10
9 11:45 1:15 pm C CV6  11 VIC3  4
10 12:45 2:15 pm W JDF4  8 NAN5  4
11 2:30 4:00 pm W AV1  4 NAN4  3
12 3:30 5:00 pm C OCE  3 CV1  5
13 4:15 5:45 pm W AV2  11 VIC3  9
14 5:15 6:45 pm C CV6  3 NAN5  2
15 6:00 7:30 pm W JDF4  5 SAA1  5
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 27
16 9:15 10:45 am W AV1  1 NAN5  0
17 9:30 11:00 am C NAN4  6 VIC3  11
18 11:00 12:30 pm W OCE  9 AV2  3
19 11:15 12:45 pm C SAA1  0 JDF4  5
20 12:45 2:15 pm W CV1  3 CV6  6

Game Summary/Reports:

(Full details will be posted for all Alberni games and Final game)

Friday November 25th

Game 1 –  5:15 pm – AV1 Fireballs 2 vs OCE-Raptors 5

  • 1st Period – Oceanside’s #18 Tyler Turner scored 2 unassisted goals in the period.  Score:  AV1 Fireballs 0, OCE Raptors 2.
  • 2nd Period – Oceanside #14 Trevor Holme scored with an assist from #8 Trevor Spencer Dahl.  Alberni Fireballs #12 Davin Reddick scored with an assist from #18 Riley Swanson.  Score:  AV1 Fireballs 1, OCE Raptors 3.
  • 3rd Period – Oceanside strengthens their lead with an unassisted goal from #14 Holme and a goal from #2 London Keller, assisted by #7 Luke Horrigan.  Alberni returns with a goal scored by #7 Brynn Austin, assisted by #10 Aiden Heenan.  Final Score:  AV1 Fireballs 2, OCE Raptors 5.
  • Penalty Summary –  AV1 Fireballs had 14 penalty minutes.  OCE Raptors had 2 penalty minutes.
  • Digger Awards – Alberni Fireballs #8 Athena Lauder and Oceanside Raptors #8 Trevor Spencer-Dahl.
  • Player of the Game – Oceanside Raptors #11 Justin Ackerman and Alberni Fireballs #12 Davin Reddick.

Game 2 –  6:30 pm – CV1 High Calibre 7 vs NAN4 Phantoms 2

  • Penalty Summary –  No penalties in the game.
  • MVPs –  Comox High Calibre #7 Nolan Morrison and Nanaimo Phantom #7 Liam Young.
  • Digger Awards – Comox High Calibre #5 Luca Steri and Nanaimo Phantom #9 David Neilsen.

Game 3 –  7:00 pm – AV2 Steelheads 5 vs CV6 Kia 7

  • 1st Period – Comox Kia scored 2 goals in the period.  #6 Isaac Dunsire scored an unassisted goal.  #16 Kai Canning scored with an assist from #4 Peyton Eldstrom.  Score:  Alberni Steelheads 0, Comox Kia 2
  • 2nd Period – At 10:53, Comox #8 Brayden Phelan scores an unassisted goal. At 9:51 AV2 Steelheads #7 Seth Corlazolli scores a goal with an assist from #9 Trevor Hodgson.  Comox returns at 7:56 with an unassisted goal from #6 Dunsire.  Alberni #9 Hodgson scores an unassisted goal at 7:02.  #9 Hodgson scores on a powerplay with an assist from #8 Jordan Gauthier-Bay.  Score:  Alberni Steelheads 3, Comox Kia 4.
  • 3rd Period – Steelheads unassisted goals scored by #9 Hodgson and #7 Corlazolli.  Comox Kia scored 3 unassisted goals from #4 Peyton Eldstrom, #6 Dunsire and #14 Brayden McKenzie.  Final Score:  Alberni Steelheads 5, Comox Kia 7.
  • Penalty Summary –  Each team had 4 penalty minutes in the game.
  • MVPs – Alberni Steelhead #9 Trevor Hodgson and Comox Kia #4 Peyton Eldstrom.
  • Digger Awards – Alberni Steelhead #6 Lincoln Sexton and Comox Kia #8 Brayden Phelan.

Saturday November 26th

Game 4 – 7:15 am – SAA1 Braves 8 vs NAN5 Silverbacks 3

  • Penalty Summary – Saanich had 8 penalty minutes and Nanaimo had 10 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Saanich #18 Ryan Helmkay and NAN5 #5 Alli Cleave
  • Digger Awards – Saanich #10 Francesco Ruffolo and NAN5 #14 Ronan Arnuda

Game 5 – 7:30 am – VIC3 Ice Hawks 8 vs JDF4 Grizzlies 12

  • Penalty Summary – Victoria had 2 penalty minutes and Juan de Fuca had 6 penalty minutes
  • MVPs – Victoria #29 Callahan Cowan and JDF #16 Linden Fortin
  • Digger Awards – Victoria #10 Lukas Dragicevich and JDF#66 Treyden Kamermans.

Game 6 – 9:15 am – AV1 Fireballs 2 vs CV1 High Calibre 5

  • 1st period – The only goal in the period was scored by Comox #16 Carter Sawchuk, unassisted.
  • 2nd period – At 4:49 Comox #4 Adam Deluca scores with an assist from #10 Chaim Blaak.  At 2:03 Alberni scores a goal from #8 Athena Lauder, assisted by #18 Riley Swanson.  Score:  Alberni 1, Comox 2.
  • 3rd period – Alberni starts of the period at 17:32 with a goal from #2 Brandt Morretto, unassisted.  At 15:07, Comox #6 Liam Mackenzie scores an unassisted goal.  At 4:03, Comox #9 Ian Clarke scores with an assist from #29 Ronan Mallette.  At 1:27, a goal from Comox #10 Chaim Blaak was assisted by #7 Nolan Morrison.  Final Score:  Alberni 2, Comox 5
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 10 penalty minutes and Comox had 4 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Alberni #9 Hunter Alarie and Comox #1 Riley Brown Hudema
  • Digger Awards – Alberni #17 Alex Siermacheski and Comox #29 Ronan Mallette

Game 7 – 10:00 am – OCE Raptors 6 vs NAN4 Phantoms 3

  • Penalty Summary – Oceanside had 6 penalty minutes and Nanaimo had 2 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Oceanside #16 Levi Drake and Nanaimo’s #12 Ethan St Onge
  • Digger Awards – Oceanside #9 Vance Taylor and Nanaimo’s #4 Karl Mandalik

Game 8 – 11:00 am – AV2 Steelheads 7 vs SAA1 Braves 10

  • 1st period – Alberni scores at 11:33 with goal from #8 Jordan Gauthier Bay   assisted by #15 Deion Rollheiser.  At 10:38  Saanich #4 Colton Restell scores an unassisted goal.  Saanich #12 Harrison Basanta scores an unassisted goal at 7:53 and a goal at 0:14, assisted by #3 Jeffery MacLeod.  Alberni # 5 Jacob Dobosz scores a goal at 1:01, assisted by #9 Trevor Hodgson.  Score:  Alberni 2, Saanich 3
  • 2nd period -Alberni scores 3 goals.  At 13:09 #7 Seth Corlazzoli, unassisted.  At 11:24 (on a powerplay) #15 Deion Rollheiser, assisted by #17  Spencer Miekle.  At 9:28 #5 Dobosz, unassisted.  Saanich returns to score at 7:17 with unassisted goal by #12 Basanta.  At 5:09 Saanich #21 Nicholas Delorme scores unassisted goal.  Score:  Tied at 5
  • 3rd period – Saanich takes the lead and goes on to score 5 unassisted goals.  Three goals were scored by #12 Basanta, followed by singles from #18 Ryan Helmkay (on powerplay) and #6 Brandon Glover.  Alberni #7 Corlazzoli scored 2 goals in the period.  Final Score:  Alberni 7, Saanich 10.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 4 penalty minutes and Saanich had 2 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Alberni #18 Kaitlyn Saunders  and Saanich #12 Harrison Basanta
  • Digger Awards – Alberni #5 Jacob Dobosz  and Saanich #6 Brandon Glover

Game 9 – 11:45 am – CV6 Comox Kia 11 vs VIC3 Ice Hawks 4

  • Penalty Summary -Each team had 2 penalty minutes
  • MVPs – Comox #2 Shayne McGunigal and Victoria #2 Samuel Johnston-Voon.
  • Digger Awards – Comox #12 Drew Matthews and Victoria #6 Richard Polivka.

Game 10 – 12:45 pm – JDF4 Grizzlies vs NAN5 Silverbacks 4

  • Penalty Summary – JDF and Nanaimo each had 6 penalty minutes
  • MVPs – JDF #1 Cohen Lacey and Nanaimo #9 Shion Cleave
  • Digger Awards – JDF #6 Kyle Spruceton and Nanaimo # ?

Game 11 – 2:30 pm – AV1 Fireballs 4 vs NAN 4 Phantoms 3

  • 1st period – Alberni Fireballs #18 Riley Swanson scores the first goal of the game, unassisted.  At 1:23, Nanaimo #17 Conner Meier scores, unassisted.  Score:  Alberni 1, Nanaimo 1.
  • 2nd period – Alberni breaks the tie with a goal from #9 Hunter Alarie, unassisted.  Nanaimo follows with a goal scored by #7 Liam Young  assisted by #18 Harris Peterson.  Alberni takes the lead at 1:36 with a goal from #2 Brandt Morretto, assisted by #4 Brielle Banton.  Score:  Alberni 3, Nanaimo 2.
  • 3rd period – Alberni maintains their lead with a goal at 19:04 from #18 Riley Swanson unassisted.  Nanaimo managed one more goal at 1:28 from #17 Conner Meier, unassisted.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 14 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo had 2 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Alberni # ?  and Nanaimo #17 Conner Meier
  • Digger Awards – Alberni #2 Brandt Morretto and Nanaimo #10 Isaac Quigley

Game 12 – 3:30 pm – OCE Raptors 3 vs CV1 High Calibre 5

  • Penalty Summary – Oceanside had no penalties.  Comox had 4 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Oceanside #2 London Keller and Comox #6 Liam Mackenzie
  • Digger Awards – Oceanside #18 Tyler Turner and Comox #4 Adam Deluca

Game 13 – 4:15 pm – AV2 Steelheads 11 vs VIC3 Ice Hawks 9

  • 1st period – Victoria #8 Michael Kucher scores an unassisted goal at 11:40.  Alberni goes on to score 5 goals in the period.  #9 Trevor Hodgson scored 2 goals, unassisted.  Single goals scored by #15 Deion Rollheiser (assisted by #5 Jacob Dobosz), #18 Kaitlyn Saunders (assisted by #11 Jaxson Brown), and #7 Seth Corlazzoli.  Score:  Alberni 5, Victoria 1.
  • 2nd period – Victoria #15 Torin Thompson scores a goal at 14:23 with an assist from #7 Tea Kerne Stewart.  Alberni had no goals in the period.  Score:  Alberni 5, Victoria 2.
  • 3rd period – Victoria scores 7 goals in the period.  #8 Michael Kucher scored 3 goals with one assist from #12 Aaron Young.  #12 Young scored 2 goals with one assist from #4 Tait Walsh.  Single goals were scored by #4 Walsh and #15 Thompson.  Alberni scores 6 goals in the period.  #7 Corlazzoli scored 2 goals with assists from #9 Trevor Hodgson and #18 Kaitlyn Saunders.  Single goals scored by #9 Hodgson, #18 Saunders, #16 Aiden Poirier Barnes and #8 Jordan Gauthier Bay, assisted by #16 Poirier-Barnes.  Final Score:  Alberni 11, Victoria 9
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 8 penalty minutes.  Victoria had 2 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Alberni #15 Deion Rollheiser and Victoria #8 Michael Kucher
  • Digger Awards – Alberni #10 Giuliana Little and Victoria #15 Torin Thompson.

Game 14 – 5:15 pm – CV6 Comox Kia 3 vs NAN5 Silverbacks 2

  • Penalty Summary – Comox had no penalties.  Nanaimo had 2 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Comox #1 Luc Antoine Gravel and Nanaimo #21 Nathan Johnston
  • Digger Awards – Comox #7 Davis Gaudreault and Nanaimo #9 Shion Cleave

Game 15 – 6:00 pm – JDF4 Grizzlies 5 vs SAA1 Braves 5

  • Penalty Summary – Juan de Fuca had 4 penalty minutes.  Saanich had no penalties.
  • MVPs – Juan de Fuca #77 Tristan Stillings and Saanich #1 Nathan Delorme
  • Digger Awards – Juan de Fuca #12 Jamie Pritchard and Saanich #5 Justin Peng

Sunday November 27th

Game 16 – 9:15 am – AV1 Fireballs 1 vs NAN5 Silverbacks 0

  • This was the tightest game of the whole tournament.  No scoring in the first 2 periods of play. The only goal of the game was scored at 12:03 of the 3rd period by Alberni #14 Alex McKenzie, unassisted.
  • Penalty Summary – both teams each had 4 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Alberni #14 Alex McKenzie and Nanaimo #17 Ben Carter
  • Digger Awards – Alberni #4 Brielle Banton and Nanaimo #4 Marcus Davidson Dumas.

Game 17 – 9:30 am – NAN4 Phantoms 6 vs VIC3 Ice Hawks 11

  • Penalty Summary – Nanaimo had 6 penalty minutes.  Victoria had 2 penalty minutes
  • MVPs – Nanaimo #18 Harris Peterson and Victoria #12 Aaron Young
  • Digger Awards – Nanaimo #5 Wyatt Flowerdow and Victoria #7 Tea Kerne Stewart

Game 18 11:00 am – OCE Raptors 9 vs AV2 Steelheads 3

  • Penalty Summary – Oceanside had 4 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 8 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs – Oceanside #10 Spencer Jordan and Alberni #16 Aiden Poirier Barnes
  • Digger Awards – Oceanside #14-Trevor Holme and Alberni #11 Jaxson Brown

Game 19 – 11:15 am – SAA1 Braves 0 vs JDF4 Grizzlies 5

  • Penalty Summary – Saanich had 6 penalty minutes and Juan de Fuca had 4 penalty minutes.
  • MVPs –  TBA
  • Digger Awards – TBA

Game 20 – 12:45 pm – CV1 High Calibre 3 vs CV6 Kia 6

  • 1st period – No scoring in the 1st period
  • 2nd period – Kia #4 Peyton Eldstrom scored the first goal with an assist from #14 Brayden McKenzie. At 8:33 High Calibre #10 Chaim Blaak scores a goal with an assist from #29-Ronan Mallette.  At 6:39 Kia #16 Kyle Canning scores an unassisted goal.  Score: High Calibre 1, Kia 2.
  • 3rd period – Comox Kia scores 4 goals in the period, from #3 Jack McAffer (assists from #12 Drew Matthews and #14 Brayden McKenzie), #16 Canning (assisted by #2 Shayne McGunigal), #4 Eldstrom (assisted by #6 Isaac Dunsire) and #6 Dunsire (assisted by #12 Matthews).  High Calibre #6 Liam Mckenzie scored an unassisted goal at 10:35.  High Calibre #7 Nolan Morrison scored an unassisted goal at 6:07.  Final score:  CV1 High Calibre 3, CV6 Kia 6.
  • Penalty Summary – High Calibre had 6 penalty minutes.  Kia had 4 penalty minutes
  • MVPs – High Calibre #9 Ian Clarke and Kia #3 Jack McAffer
  • Digger Awards – High Calibre #16 Carter Sawchuck and Kia #16 Kyle Canning

Team Photos:

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(AV1) Alberni Valley Fireballs – 2-Brandt Morretto, 4-Brielle Banton, 5-Jimmy Cook, 6-Alex Bielert, 7- Brynn Austin, 8-Athena Lauder, 9-Hunter Alarie, 10-Aiden Heenan, 12-Davin Reddick, 14-Alex McKenzie, 16-Josh Sutherland, 17-Alex Siermacheski, 18-Riley Swanson, 29-Roen Cleaver, 15-Ezra McCollister.

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(AV2) Alberni Valley Steelheads – 2-Tony Nickel, 5-Jacob Dobosz, 6-Lincoln Sexton, 7-Seth Corlazolli, 8-Jordan Gauthier-Bay, 9-Trevor Hodgson, 10-Guilianna Little, 11-Jaxson Brown, 12-Justin Barrowcliff, 14-Cyera Pouliot, 16-Aiden Poirier-Barnes, 18-Kaitlyn Saunders, 19-Spencer Meikle, 15-Deion Rollheiser.

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(CV1) Comox Valley High Calibre Hockey – 1-Riley Brown-Hudema, 2-Owen Forster, 3-Van Pritchard, 4-Adam Deluca, 5-Luca Steri, 6-Liam MacKenzie, 7-Nolan Morrison, 8-Aidan Walsh, 9-Jan Clarke, 10-Chaim Blaak, 12-Kolten Kremsater, 14-Gareth Thomas, 15-Liam Moquin, 16-Carter Sawchuck, 29-Ronan Mallette.

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(CV6) Comox Valley Courtenay Kia – 1-Luc Antoine Gravel, 2-Shayne McAuigan, 3-Jack McAffer, 4-Peyton Eldstrom, 5-Saskia Morton, 6-Isaac Dunsire, 7-Davis Gaudreault, 8-Brayden Phelan, 9-Milo Powers, 10Torr Robertson, 11-Sonny Phillips, 12-Drew Matthews, 14-Brayden McKenzie, 15-Jacob Hatt, 16-Kai Canning

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(OCE) Oceanside Raptors – 1-Tom Hodgson, 2-London Keller, 3-Cruz Rietzel, 4-Chase Raduc. 5-Callie Wickman, 6-Logan Havos, 7-Luke Horrigan, 8-Trevor Spencer-Dahl, 9-Vance Taylor, 10-Spencer Jordan, 11-Justin Ackerman, 12-Chantelle Shrobiki, 14-Trevor Holme, 16-Levi Drake, 17-Caleb Richardson, 18-Tyler Turner, 29-Curtis Lou-Poy

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(JDF4) Juan de Fuca Grizzlies – 1-Cohen Lacey, 18-Joshua Cheguer, 11-Landon Dame, 7-Patrick Dempsey, 4-Claire Downton, 16-Linden Fortin, 17-Tristan Hrycuik, 14-Treyden Kamermans, 91-Andrew Lingren, 9-Carson Mescheder, 8-Evelyn Ooms, 12-Jamie Pritchard, 5-Ryder Sanders, 6-Kyle Spruceton, 77-Tristan Stillings.

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(NAN4) Nanaimo Phantoms – 10-Isaac Quigley, 11-Darius Anderson, 3-Heath Blackman, 16-Ryder Dawes, 2-Mya Eugene, 5-Wyatt Flowerdew, 4-Karl Mandalik, 17-Conner Meier, 8-Dylan Myhrer, 9-David Neilsen, 18-Harris Peterson, 12-Ethan St Onge, 6-Nathan Walde, 7-Liam Young.

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(NAN5) Nanaimo Silverbacks – 3-Anthony Yang, 4-Marcus Davidson-Dumas, 6-Zachary Greystone, 7-Walden Wu, 8-Bobby Bossi, 9-Shion Cleave, 12-Steven Xia, 14-Ronan Arruda, 19-Isaac Gordon, 29-Nathan Johnston, 5-Alli Cleave.

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(SAA1) Saanich Braves – 1-Nathan Delorme, 2-Ryan Lavery, 3-Jeffery MacLeod, 4-Colton Restell, 5-Justin Peng, 6-Brandon Glover, 7-Eric Chambers, 8-Eli Marceau, 9-Zachary Mulder, 10-Francesco Ruffolo, 11-Jack Cowan, 12-Harrison Basanta, 14-Rohan Nagra, 15-Bennett Mulleray, 16-Liam Waugh, 17-Billy Bird, 18-Ryan Helmkay, 21-Nicholas Delorme.

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(VIC3) Victoria Ice Hawks – 29-Callahan Cowan, 11-Callum Cuthbert, 10-Lukas Dragiecevich, 5-Beckett Harrison, 2-Samuel Johnston-Voon, 8-Michael Kucher, 9-Mason McCowan, 14-Michael Dughtred, 6-Richard Polivka, 17-Wyatt Quillevere, 7-Tea Kerne Stewart, 15-Torin Thompson, 4-Tait Walsh, 12-Aaron Young.


We would like to thank all the wonderful sponsors, donors, supporters, volunteers, etc. for their generous contributions to this tournament.  It is your support that makes this tournament a success.  Thank You!

Alberni Valley Atom Team Sponsors:

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Tournament Contributors/Donors:

Thank you for your generous contributions to our Atom Recreational Fall Tournament.  It is your support that makes our event such a success.

– Klubhouse for Kids – Beaver Creek RC – The Coulson Group – Rotormax – Don Moyen Holdings – Alberni Valley Bulldogs – Mount Arrowsmith Skating Club – The Funk Trunk – Salmonberry’s Emporium – The Donut Shoppe – All Mex’d Up – Teaz me Teas – Cypress Restaurant – Starboard Grill – Cloud City – The Brick – Jacks Tires – Clydesdales Automotive – LB Woodchoppers – Integral Hockey – Shaw Cable – Boston Pizza – Panago – Foxy Locks – Finishing Touches – Coombs Country Candy – The Place – Jays Lace It Up – West Coast Aquatic Centre – Peak Landscaping – Tim Hortons – Quality Foods


2016 MIDGET T2-3 Remembrance Tourney

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Final Standings

1st Place: Alberni | 2nd Place: Kerry Park | 3rd Place:  Sooke  2016-midget-tournament-winners


TEAMS – Round Robin – Standings1st-place_0479

(Points after 12 of 12 games played)

POOL A – Vancouver-4-2nd | Nanaimo-0-4th | Alberni-6-1st | Saanich-2-3rd

POOL B – Richmond-0-4th | Kerry Park-6-1st| Oceanside-2-3rd | Sooke-4-2nd


GAME SCHEDULE

View &/or print the Schedule of 18 games to be played

2016 Midget T2-3 Tournament Game Schedule


GAME REPORTS 

(by date & time of play)  Full details will be posted for Alberni & Final games only.

Friday, November 11th

Game 1 – Fri. Nov. 11, starts 3:45 pm, ALBERNI – 4 vs SAANICH – 1  Final

  • 1st period – Saanich #22 Connor Chan scores their only goal of the game with an assist from #17 Lucas McHugh.
  • 2nd period – No scoring
  • 3rd period – Alberni scores 4 goals.  At 18:11, Alberni #14 Nick Sexton scores a powerplay goal.  At 8:58, #17 Cameron McCurdy scores with assists from #3 Brennan Locke and #12 Matthew Netzer.  At 3:14, #19 Wyatt Selva goal is assisted by #22 Tynan Smyth.  With 1:29 left in the game, #19 Wyatt Selva scores with assists from #14 Nick Sexton and #8 Chris O’Laney.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 25 penalty minutes.  Saanich had 16 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Alberni #14 Nic Sexton and Saanich #31 Niall Murphy (goalie)

Game 2 starts 4:00 pm, KERRY PARK – 3 vs SOOKE – 1  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Kerry Park had 12 penalty minutes.  Sooke had 4 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Kerry Park #35 Liam Tupper (goalie), Sooke #5 Robbie Lowelison

Game 3starts 6:00 pm, RICHMOND – 4  vs OCEANSIDE – 9   – Final

  • Penalty Summary – Richmond had 22 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 33 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Richmond #18 Vikram Randhawa and Oceanside #11 Jose Hope.

Game 4 starts 6:15 pm, VANCOUVER – 4 vs NANAIMO – 3  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Vancouver had 6 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo had 14 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Vancouver #1 Lauren Pureza-Dagenais (goalie) and Nanaimo #66 Fernando Menemez.

Saturday, November 12th

Game 5 starts 8:15 am, KERRY PARK – 7 vs RICHMOND – 2  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Kerry Park had 24 penalty minutes.  Richmond had 16 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Kerry Park #7 Mason Shadlock.  Richmond #24 Hunter Barnes.

Game 6 starts 10:00 am, SOOKE – 5 vs OCEANSIDE – 1  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Sooke had 4 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 8 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Sooke #14 N. Dougall.  Oceanside #15 Duncan Cairns.

Game 7 starts 10:30 am, SAANICH 4  vs VANCOUVER 5  – Final

  • Penalty Summary – Saanich had 31 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 4 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Saanich #18 Connor Turnbull and Vancouver #14 Dante Stagnitta.

Game 8 starts 12:45 pm, ALBERNI – 6 vs NANAIMO – 1  Final

  • 1st Period – Alberni scored 3 goals.  #19 Wyatt Selva’s goal was assisted by #8 Chris O’Laney.  #16 Ayden Brossoit’s goal was assisted by #9 Colton Lloyd and #17 Cameron McCurdy.  Alberni’s third goal was on the power play, scored by #17 McCurdy and assisted by #16 Brossoit and #9 Lloyd. Nanaimo’s only goal was scored at 3:19 from #30 Cole Ford, assisted by #22 Tyler Gustafson.  Score:  Alberni 3, Nanaimo 1.
  • 2nd Period – Alberni scored a power play goal from #19 Selva, assisted by #12 Matthew Netzer and #22 Tynan Smyth.
  • 3rd Period – Alberni’s #9 Lloyd scored a goal with assists from #5 Noah Fatur and #15 Andrew Check.  Alberni’s 6th and final goal was scored by #16 Brossoit with assists from #17 McCurdy and #5 Fatur.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 6 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo had 22 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Alberni #9 Colton Lloyd and Nanaimo #32 Carson Savage.

Game 9 starts 2:45 pm, RICHMOND – 1 vs SOOKE – 9  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Richmond had 12 penalty minutes.   Sooke had 25 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game –  TBA

Game 10 starts 3:00 pm, OCEANSIDE – 2 vs KERRY PARK – 4  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Oceanside had 10 penalty minutes.   Kerry Park had 14 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Oceanside #30 Tyler Blaine and Kerry Park #8 Aslan LaCouvee.

Game 11 starts 5:00 pm, NANAIMO – 0 vs SAANICH – 1  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Nanaimo had 18 penalty minutes.  Saanich had 18 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Nanaimo #24 Josh Parkin and Saanich #8 Carson Garner.

Game 12 –  starts 7:15 pm, ALBERNI – 13 vs VANCOUVER- 1  Final

  • 1st Period – Alberni scored 4 goals.  At 12:03, #15 Andrew Check scored with assists from #5 Noah Fatur and #9 Colton Lloyd.  At 9:58, #14 Nick Sexton’s goal was assisted by #8 Chris O’Laney and #12 Matthew Netzer.  At 6:46 and 6:02, #19 Wyatt Selva scored goals with assists from #10 Keith O’Laney and #8 Chris O’Laney.
  • 2nd Period – Alberni scored 3 goals.  At 15:29, #5 Fatur scores with assists from #9 Lloyd and #12 Netzer.  At 7:49, #9 Lloyd’s goal was assisted by #15 Check & #5 Fatur.  At 0:45, #14 Sexton scored with an assist from #8 Chris O’Laney.
  • 3rd Period – Alberni scored 6 goals. At 15:51, #8 Chris O’Laney’s goal was assisted by #9 Lloyd and #10 Keith O’Laney.  At 15:26, #19 Selva scores with assists from #17 Cameron McCurdy and #12 Netzer.  At 13:16, #15 Andrew Check scores on a power play with an assist from #8 Chris O’Laney.  At 9:33, #17 McCurdy’s goal was assisted by #19 Selva and #16 Ayden Brossoit.  At 7:59, #19 Selva scores an unassisted goal.  At 5:48, #2 Nolan Hagen scores Alberni’s 13th goal with an assist from #9 Lloyd.   Vancouver’s only goal was scored at 5:16 by #7 Adam Chan, assisted by #19 P. Chhoker.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 6 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 4 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – TBA

Sunday, November 13th

Game 13 starts 7:45 am, (1st-Pool A) Alberni – 7 vs (2nd-Pool B) Sooke – 2  Final.

  • 1st Period – Sooke scores at 10:53 with goal from #13 Tyson Friesen, assisted by #2 Ky Berger and #14 Nin Dougall.  Alberni scores at 8:19 with a goal from #19 Wyatt Selva, assisted by #14 Nick Sexton and #2 Nolan Hagen.  Sooke’s #13 Friesen returns at 5:14 with a second goal, assisted by #19 Dougall and #6 Steven Piatkowski.  Score:  Alberni 1, Sooke 2.
  • 2nd Period – Alberni #5 Noah Fatur scores at 17:50 and 3:40 with assists from #15 Andrew Check, #21 Connor Sabiston & #12 Matthew Netzer.  At 4:45, #8 Chris O’Laney scores with an assist from #19 Selva.  Score:  Alberni 4, Sooke 2.
  • 3rd Period – Alberni scores another 3 goals.  At 18:29, #19 Selva scores an unassisted power play goal.  At 11:58, #16 Ayden Brossoit scores with an assist from #3 Brennan Locke.  The final goal was scored at 8:32 by #5 Fatur, on a power play, assisted by #15 Check & #21 Sabiston.  Final Score: Alberni 7, Sooke 2.
  • Penalty Summary – Alberni had 14 penalty minutes.  Sooke had 10 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game –  Alberni #5 Noah Fatur and Sooke – TBA

Game 14 – starts 8:00 am, (1st-Pool B) Kerry Pk – 5 vs (2nd-Pool A) Vancouver – 2  Final

  • Penalty Summary – Kerry Park had 12 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 8 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Kerry Park #26 Xander Assaly and Vancouver #15 Matteo Crossley.

Game 15 – starts 10:00 am, (3rd-Pool B) Oceanside – 3 vs (3rd-Pool A) Saanich – 3  Final

  • 1st Period – Oceanside #2 Michael Stewart scores with assists from #15 Duncan Cairns & #11 Jose Hope.
  • 2nd Period – Saanich scores 3 goals in the period.  At 17:32, #9 Cianan Briscoe’s goal was assisted by #5 Dylan Jessa.  At 12:27, #22 Connor Chan’s goal was assisted by #10 Andy Westhaver.  At 9:39, #9 Briscoe scored with assists from #6 Johnny Jacoby and #13 Christopher Williams.  Oceanside goal was scored by #15 Cairns, unassisted at 15:48.
  • 3rd Period – Oceanside scored at 10:32 with a goal from #15 Cairns, assisted by #18 Aidan Johnson.
  • Penalty Summary – Oceanside had 29 penalty minutes + game misconduct.  Saanich had 18 penalty minutes.

Game 16 – starts 10:15 am, (4th-Pool A) Nanaimo – 8 vs (4th-Pool B) Richmond- 2  Final

  • 1st Period – Richmond #2 Josh Freeland scores with assists from #12 Kyle Gounder and #17 Brendan Sadhra.  Score:  Nanaimo 0, Richmond 1.
  • 2nd Period – Nanaimo scores 6 goals.  Three goals scored by #25 Isaac Finner, with assists from #30 Cole Ford & #28 Moritz Plendl.  Single goals scored by #31 Mike Lindia, assisted by #23 Zach Blanchard.  #27 Cole Hutzkal scored an unassisted goal.  #77 Nick Allison scored a goal with an assist from #26 Ryan Stacey.  Score:  Nanaimo 6, Richmond 1.
  • 3rd Period – Nanaimo scores at 17:36 with goal from #26 Ryan Stacey, assisted by #77 Nick Allison.  At 17:16, Richmond scores with goal from #2 Freeland, assisted by #17 Sadhra.  Nanaimo scores the final goal at 10:23 from #24 Josh Parkin, unassisted.  Final score:  Nanaimo 8, Richmond 2.
  • Penalty Summary – Nanaimo had 22 penalty minutes.  Richmond had 16 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Nanaimo #25 Isaac Finner and Richmond #2 Josh Freeland.

Game 17 – BRONZE, starts 12:30 pm, (Loser G#13) Sooke – 6  vs (Loser G#14) Vancouver – 3   Final

  • 1st Period – Sooke started the scoring with an unassisted goal at 14:01 from #4 Boston Greenhough.  At 10:07, Vancouver #16 Filip Poljak scores an unassisted goal.  Sooke returns at 0:19 with a goal from #14 Nin Dougall, assisted by #13 Tyson Friesen & #6 Steven Piatkowski.  Score:  Sooke 2, Vancouver 1
  • 2nd Period – Vancouver ties the score at 16:02 with a goal from #19 Preetpaul Chhoker, assisted by #8 Matthew Martell and #7 Adam Chan.  Vancouver takes the lead at 5:59 with a goal from #8 Martell, assisted by #7 Chan & #19 Chhoker.  Sooke returns at 3:20 to tie the score with a goal from #8 Brendon Jay, assisted by #14 Dougall.  Score:  Sooke 3, Vancouver 3
  • 3rd Period –  Sooke takes off to score 3 goals and win the game.  At 14:16, #14 Dougall scores with assists from #21 Finley Arthurs and #12 Ty Didmon.  At 13:04, #5 Robbie Laserison scores with an assist from #4 Greenhough.  At 2:45, #14 Dougal scores (with a hat trick), assisted by #16 Brayden Friesen.  Final Score:  Sooke 6, Vancouver 3
  • Penalty Summary – Sooke had 10 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 2 penalty minutes.
  • Player of the Game – Sooke #6 Steven Piatkowski and Vancouver #19 Preetpaul Chhoker

Game 18 – GOLD/SILVER, starts 2:45 pm, (Winner G#13) Alberni – 4 vs (Winner G#14) Kerry Park – 1  Final

  • 1st period – Alberni scored at 10:03 with an unassisted goal from #5 Noah Fatur.  Second Alberni goal was scored by #15 Andrew Check, assisted by #12 Matthew Netzer and #21 Connor Sabiston.  Score:  Alberni 2, Kerry Park 0.
  • 2nd period – Alberni’s #6 Ryan DeVries scores a goal at 16:27 with assists from #19 Wyatt Selva and #8 Chris O’Laney.  Score:  Alberni 3, Kerry Park 0.
  • 3rd period – At 10:05, Alberni #6 DeVries returns to score another goal with assists from #21 Sabiston and #5 Fatur.  Kerry Park scores at 8:42 with a goal from #26 Xander Assaly, assisted by #12 Liam Bell and #8 Aslan LaCouvee.   Final Score: Alberni 4, Kerry Park 1.  
  • Penalty Summary – Both teams had 10 penalty minutes each.
  • Player of the Game – Alberni #19 Wyatt Selva and Kerry Park #22 Dawson Bittner.

 

 

TEAM ROSTERS

Alberni Valley Bulldogs – First Place1st-alberni-team_8422

1-Tyson Davidson, 34-Tanner Doucette, 2-Nolan Hagen, 3-Brennan Locke (A), 5-Noah Fatur, 6-Ryan Devries, 7-Kyle Hodson, 8-Chris O’Laney, 9-Colton Lloyd, 10-Keith O’Laney, 12-Matthew Netzer (A), 14-Nick Sexton, 16-Ayden Brossoit, 17-Cameron McCurdy, 19-Wyatt Selva, 21-Connor Sabiston (A), 22-Tynan Smyth (C), 15-Andrew Check (AP).


Kerry Park Islanders – Second Place2nd-kerrypk-team_8420

35-Liam Tupper, 2-Thomas Haarsma, 3-Lincoln Findlater, 5-Deklon Shadlock, 6-Billy Ramwell, 7-Mason Shadlock (A), 8-Aslan LaCouvee, 9-Jason McKay, 10-Jake Metcalfe, 11-Danny Bruce, 12-Liam Bell (A), 15-Dallin Foreman, 17-Jaxon Erskine (A), 19-Kristian Anderson (A), 20-Ethan Rogers, 21-Jace Erskine, 22-Dawson Bittner, 26-Xander Assaly, 31-Tyson Duffe.


Nanaimo Clippers

1-Chase Landa, 7-Ryan Stacey, 21-Ryan Paprosky-Bao, 22-Tyler Gustafson, 23-Zach Blanchard (A), 24-Jjosh Parkin, 25-Isaac Finner (A), 27-Cole Hutzkal (A), 28-Moritz Glendl, 29-Alex Bloedorn, 30-Cole Ford, 31-Mike Lindia, 34-Luke Schlitz, 55-Jared Guddu, 66-Fernando Menemez, 77-Nick Allison, 32-Carson Savage.


Oceanside Generals

30-Tyler Blaine, 2-Michael Stewart, 4-Noah Sesewa (A), 5-Bailey Kaario, 7-Brayden Pitcairn, 8-Isaac Larocque-Wall, 9-Christian Stokes, 11-Jose Hope, 15-Duncan Cairns (C), 16-Dylan Williams, 18-Aidan Johnson, 22-Jimmy Shworan.


Richmond Blues

31-Keaton Boni, 35-Tanner Roberts, 1-Steven Wade, 24-Hunter Barnes, 5-Sean Eagles, 2-Joshua Freeland, 12-Kyle Gounder, 22-Justin Grim, 3-Clark Johnson, 21-Jake Lancaster, 16-Chad Lore, 10-Brayden Oye, 19-Myles Pierpont, 7-Josh Quimbao, 18-Vikram Randhawa, 5-Ben Ikeda (AP)


Saanich Braves

31-Niall Murphy, 4-Eric Horricks, 5-Dylan Jessa, 6-Johnny Jacoby (A), 7-Conor Croucher, 8-Carson Garner, 9-Cianan Briscoe (C), 10-Andy Westhaver, 11-Dario Gaeco, 13-Christopher Williams, 17-Lucas McHugh, 18-Connor Turnbull (A), 21-Corey Livelton, 22-Connor Chan, 44-Brayden Flynn, 55-Sterling Lyon.


Sooke Thunderbirds – 3rd Place3rd-sooke-team_8413

1-Nicholas Halsell, 21-Finley Arthurs, 2-Kyle Berger, 7-Kenyan Carda (A), 12-Ty Didmon (A), 16-Brayden Briesen, 13-Tyson Friesen (A), 19-Garett Gilbertson, 4-Boston Greenhough, 8-Brandon Jay, 10-Dreyden Linquist, 5-Robbie Lowelison, 3-Sean MacDonald, 6-Steven Piatkowski, 9-Jacob Thomas, 15-Craig Phipps, 14-N. Dougall (C).


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35-Emmet Larson, 1-Lauren Pureza-Dagenais, 10-Dylan Bondi, 7-Adam Chan, 19-Preetpaul Chhoker, 15-Matteo Crossley, 13-Garrett Dayal, 4-Will Hermanson, 2-Carter Kada-Wong, 5-Matteo La Porta, 12-Mitchell Loo, 8-Matthew Martell, 16-Filip Poljak, 14-Dante Stagnitta.


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We would like to thank the following businesses for their generous support to this Alberni Valley Minor Hockey Tournament.  Your contributions are greatly appreciated and necessary to put on a successful event.

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2016 Atom Dev. Thanksgiving Tourney

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Atom Development Tournament Standings

  1. Oceanside Generals
  2. Richmond
  3. Langley Eagles
  4. Kerry Park Islanders

Round Robin Standings 

(Total points – after 12 of 12 games played)

POOL A – ALBERNI-2 (3rd) | OCEANSIDE-4 (2nd) | LANGLEY-6 (1st) | JUAN DE FUCA-0 (4th)

POOL B – CAMPBELL RIVER-0 (4th) | KERRY PARK-6 (1st)| SAANICH-2 (3rd) | RICHMOND-4 (2nd)


GAME SCHEDULE:

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GAME REPORTS:

Game 1 – Oct. 8 –  7:00 am – ALBERNI – 2 vs LANGLEY – 12  Final

1st Period – Langley scored 3 goals.  Alberni scored 5 minutes into the game with a goal from #6 Alex Connell, assisted by #18 Grayson Salmon.  2nd Period – Langley scored 4 goals.  Alberni’s #18 Grayson Salmon scored, with an assist from #14 Kule Ralston.  3rd Period – Langley scored 5 goals.  Penalties – Langley had 8 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 14 penalty minutes.  Game MVPs – Alberni #1 Keelan Parmar and Langley #4 Cole Brown.  Digger awards went to Alberni #7 Chase Ruel and Langley #14 Cole Anderson.


Game 2 – Oct. 8 –  10:30 am – OCEANSIDE – 15 vs JUAN DE FUCA – 1 – Final

Penalties – Oceanside had 2 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 8 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Oceanside # 18 Cole Campbell and Juan de Fuca #1 Joshua White.  Digger awards – Oceanside #14 Jonah Johnson and Juan de Fuca #18 Jeff Shultz


Game 3 – Oct. 8 – Start 10:45 am – KERRY PARK – 16 vs CAMPBELL RIVER – 9  Final

Penalties – Kerry Park had no penalty minutes.  Campbell River had 4 penalty minutes.  MVPs –  Kerry Park #16 Quinn Bond and Campbell River #1 Luca Vanzo.     Digger awards – Kerry Park #18 Kainan Robinson and Campbell River #12 Keelan MacLean.


Game 4 – Oct. 8 –  12:15 pm – SAANICH – 2 vs RICHMOND – 7 – Final

Penalties – Saanich had 8 penalty minutes.  Richmond had 2 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Richmond #7 Jared Copan.  Digger Awards – Richmond #13 Tyler Gomes and Saanich #17 Preston McInnis.


Game 5 – Oct. 8 –  3:45 pm – ALBERNI – 5 vs OCEANSIDE – 11  Final

1st Period – Oceanside scored 2 goals.  Alberni’s #17 Rylan Souchuk scored at 2:46 with assists from #5 Kash Nicklin & #7 Chase Ruel.  2nd Period – Oceanside score 4 goals.  Alberni scored at 9:58 with goal from #18 Grayson Salmon, unassisted.  Alberni’s #10 Jace Fedirchuk scored at 7:50 with assists from #7 Chase Ruel and #5 Kash Nicklin.  At 5:25, #5 Nicklin scores an unassisted goal.  3rd Period – Oceanside scored 5 goals.  Alberni scored in the opening seconds of the period with a goal from #11 Mason Watts, assisted by #5 Nicklin.  Penalties – Alberni had 14 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 12 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Alberni #11 Mason Watts and Oceanside #15 Kurt Beaton.  Digger awards – Alberni #17 Rylan Souchuk and Oceanside #19 Gage Boulton.


Game 6 – Oct. 8 –  4:00 pm – JUAN DE FUCA – 0 vs LANGLEY – 25   Final

Penalties – Each team had 2 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Juan de Fuca #49 Maddox McDermid and Langley #30 Cooper Boucher.  Digger awards – Juan de Fuca #89 Eric Nelson and Langley #2 Lucas Szulc.


Game 7 – Oct. 8 – 5:45 pm – RICHMOND – 7 vs KERRY PARK – 10    Final

Penalties – Richmond had 8 penalty minutes.  Kerry Park had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Richmond #4 Jonathon Gomes and Kerry Park #8 Bennett Stone.  Digger awards – Richmond #9 Adrian Lewis and Kerry Park #24 Nicolas Wade.


Game 8 – Oct. 9 – Start 7:45 am – CAMPBELL R – 3 vs SAANICH – 5   Final

Penalties – Campbell River and Saanich each had 2 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Campbell River #10 Brandin Cronin and Saanich #44 Jonathan Look.  Digger awards – Campbell River #11 Carsen Barton and Saanich #20 Meera Smith.


Game 9 – Oct. 9 – Start 9:00 am – LANGLEY – 10 vs OCEANSIDE – 1   Final

Penalties – Langley had 8 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 14 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Langley #13 Doyun Lee and Oceanside #12 Benjamin Groome.  Digger awards – Langley #5 Cassandra Kehler and Oceanside #1 Damien Roberts.


Game 10 – Oct. 9 – Start 9:30 am – ALBERNI – 13 vs JUAN DE FUCA – 0   Final

1st Period –   Alberni scored 3 goals.  #18 Grayson Salmon’s goal was assisted by #2 Zoe Kevis.  #7 Chase Ruel scored 2 goals with assists from #14 Kyle Ralston & #10 Jace Fedirchuk.  2nd Period – Alberni scored 4 goals.  #10 Fedirchuk’s goal was assisted by #7 Ruel & #17 Rylan Souchuk.  #5 Nicklin’s goal was assisted by #12 Brady Austin.  Goal from #4 Damian Winchester was assisted by #5 Nicklin & #11 Mason Watts.  #7 Ruel scored with an assist from #10 Fedirchuk.  3rd Period – Alberni scored 6 goals.  #7 Ruel repeats at 17:08 with #10 Fedirchuk assisting.  At 8:58, #5 Nicklin scores, unassisted.  at 6:37 #5 Nicklin scores again with an assist from #17 Souchuk.  At 5:01, #6 Alex Connell scores with the assist from #16 Kane Dickerson.  A minute later, #18 Salmon scores with #5 Nicklin assisting.  Final goal at 2:16 was scored by #14 Kule Ralston, assisted by #10 Fedirchuk and #7 Ruel.  Penalties – Alberni had 8 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 4 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Alberni #5 Kash Nicklin and Juan de Fuca #8 Rylan Sokolosky.  Digger award – Alberni #10 Jace Fedirchuk and Juan de Fuca #5 Jayden Anctil.


Game 11 – Oct. 9 – Start 12:30 pm – RICHMOND – 13 vs CAMPBELL R – 1   Final

Penalties – Richmond and Campbell River each had 2 penalty minutes in the game.  MVPs – Richmond #31 Logan Cleary and Campbell River #31 Geordyn McLean.  Digger award – Richmond #12 William Ren and Campbell River #2 Conner Ternan.


Game 12 – Oct. 9 – Start 1:00 pm – KERRY PARK – 4 vs SAANICH – 3   Final

Penalties – Kerry Park had 8 penalty minutes.  Saanich had 4 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Kerry Park #11 Hudson Closson and Saanich #55 Nathan Campbell.  Digger award – Kerry Park #3 Adam McComb and Saanich #6 Simon Chen.


Game 13 – Oct. 9 – 5:15 pm – LANGLEY (A 1st) 4 vs RICHMOND (B 2nd)  Final –  2nd OT period (Shootout)

Penalties – Langley had 16 penalty minutes.  Richmond had 10 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Langley #4 Cole Brown and Richmond #1 Imaree Dhaliwal.  Digger award – Langley #30 Cooper Boucher and Richmond #8 Imaan Atwal.  Richmond advances to the Gold medal game


Game 14 – Oct. 9 – 5:30 pm – KERRY PARK (B 1st) 8 vs OCEANSIDE-(A 2nd)  – Final – OT period

Penalties – Kerry Park had 4 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Kerry Park #10 Brendyn Van Dene and Oceanside #4 Ty Boulton.  Digger award – Kerry Park #4 Robbie Welsh and Oceanside #8 Nathan Brown.  Oceanside advances to the Gold medal game.



PLAYOFF FINALS:

Game 15 – Oct. 10 – Start 7:30 am – JUAN DE FUCA 7 (A-4th) vs CAMPBELL R – 7 (B-4th)

Penalties – Juan de Fuca had 4 penalty minutes.  Campbell River had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Juan de Fuca #9 Aidan Burton and Campbell River #16 Trace Garceau.  Digger award – Juan de Fuca #21 Ethen Hatch and Campbell River #4 Nolan Carmichael-Barnes.


Game 16 – Oct. 10 – Start 7:45 am – SAANICH – 2 (B-3rd) vs ALBERNI 10 (A-3rd)

1st Period – Alberni goals scored by #6 Alex Connell at 14:48 and 4:17, #18 Grayson Salmon scored at 9:39 and #5 Kash Nicklin scored at 7:42. (No assists recorded.)  2nd Period – Alberni goals scored by #14 Kyle Ralston, assisted by #10 Jace Fedirchuk and goal scored by #18 Salmon was assisted by #6 Connell.  Saanich remains without any goals.  3rd Period –  Saanich scored 2 goals.  At 6:56, #21 Maisie Cope’s goal was assisted by #17 Preston McInnis and at 0:37, #66 Ronin Nair scored a goal, assisted by #33 Lucas Dionne.  Alberni scored 4 goals.  At 18:35, #10 Fedirchuk’s goal was assisted by #7 Chase Ruel.  At 17:56, #5 Nicklin scored with an assist from #11 Mason Watts.  At 16:34, #14 Ralston’s goal was assisted by 10 Fedirchuk.  At 11:42, #6 Connell scored an unassisted goal.

Penalties – Saanich and Alberni each had 4 penalty minutes in the game.  MVPs – Saanich #33 Lucas Dionne and Alberni #14 Kyle Ralston.  Digger award – Saanich #15 Graeme Jack and Alberni #16 Kane Dickerson.

ALBERNI FINISHES IN 5TH PLACE


Game 17 – Oct. 10 – Start 11:15 am – LANGLEY – 10  vs KERRY PARK – 1  – BRONZE (losers of Game 13 & 14)  FINAL 

1st Period – Langley scored 2 goals from #3 Ryder Birtch and #11 Caden MacIver.  2nd Period – Kerry Park scored at 5:30 with goal from #10 Brendyn van Dene.  Langley scored at 5:45 with goal from 3 Birtch.  3rd Period – Langley scored 7 goals in the period.  #11 MacIver scored 2 goals, #4 Cole Braun scored 2 goals, #3 Doyun Lee, #2 Theodore Carmichael and #10 Jasha Bichin each scored single goals.  Penalties – Langley and Kerry Park each had 16 penalty minutes.

LANGLEY EAGLES WIN BRONZE MEDALS

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Game 18 – Oct. 10 – 1:00 pm – RICHMOND – 4 vs OCEANSIDE9. GOLD (winners of Game 13 & 14)  Final

1st Period – Oceanside scored one goal from #19 Gage Boulton.  Richmond scored 2 goals from #4 Jonathon Gomes and #13 Tyler Gomes.  2nd Period – Oceanside score 2 goals from #10 Billy Snyder and #12 Benjamin Groome.  3rd Period – Richmond score 2 goals from #4 Jonathon Gomes and #13 Tyler Gomes.  Oceanside scored 6 goals, with 2 goals from #15 Kurt Beaton, 2 goals from #12 Benjamin Groome, a single goal from #7 Brett Stouffer and a goal from #18 Cole Campbell.  Penalties – Oceanside had 2 penalty minutes.  Richmond had 10 penalty minutes.

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TEAM PHOTOS & ROSTERS:

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ALBERNI VALLEY BULLDOGS – 1-Keelan Parmar, 34-Declan Fines, 2-Zoe Kevis, 3-Sam Murray, 4-Damian Winchester, 5-Kash Nicklin, 6-Alex Connell, 7-Chase Ruel, 10-Jace Fedirchuk, 11-Mason Watts, 12-Brody Austin, 14-Kule Ralston, 15-Teagan Graham, 16-Kane Dickerson, 17-Rulan Souchuck, 18-Grayson Salmon.


CAMPBELL RIVER TYEES – 1-Luca Vanzo, 2-Conner Ternan, 4-Nolan Carmichael-Barnes, 5-Mattias Webster, 7-Ethan Crowhurst, 8-Christopher Benson, 9-Brennan Krow-LaPointe, 10-Brandin Cronin, 11-Carsen Barton, 12-Keelan MacLean, 16-Trace Garceau, 17-Ryley KonkleSkuse, 18-Hunter McIntosh, 19-Cole Tabarsi, 20-Jake Isbister, 22-Ryder Inrig, 31-Geordun McLean.


JUAN DE FUCA – 1-Joshua White, 4-Brayden Howe, 5-Jayden Anctil, 6-Conrad Pilon, 7-Hailey Carroll, 8-Ryland Sokolosky, 9-Aidan Burton, 10-Keagan Canning, 16-Jaden Berger-North, 17-Gage Dunning, 18-Jeff Shultz, 19-Zaynah Kalyan, 21-Ethen Hatch, 44-Maddox McDermid, 87-Tucker Carlson-Todd, 89-Eric Nelson.


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KERRY PARK ISLANDERS – 2-Jackson Phillips, 3-Adam McComb, 4-Robbie Welsh, 5-Wade Enger, 7-Benjamin Wools, 8-Bennett Stone, 9-Noah Hunt, 10-Brendyn Van Dene, 11-Hudson Clossun, 14-Ewan Petrie, 15-Milo McDonald, 16-Quinn Bond, 17-Jacob Leamy, 18-Kainan Robinson, 19-Sam Hucks, 24-Nicolas Wade


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LANGLEY EAGLES  1-Lucas Szulc, 2-Theodore Carmichael, 3-Ryder Birtch, 4-Cole Brown, 5-Cassandra Kehler, 8-Cameron Edgley, 9-Easton Melanson, 10-Tasha Bichin, 11-Caden MacIver, 12-Cameron Bath, 13- Doyun Lee, 14-Cole Anderson, 15-Grayson Betts, 16-Caden Ellickson, 18-Landon Pue, 19-Braydn Vinnell, 30-Cooper Boucher.


OCEANSIDE GENERALS – 1-Damien Roberts, 2-Benjamin Jeffery, 4-Ty Boulton, 5-Grady Dragani, 7-Brett Stouffer, 9-Declan Erler, 10-Billy Snyder, 11-Wesley Miller, 12-Benjamin Groome, 14-Jonah Johnson, 15-Kurt Beaton, Seth Medves, 17-Blake Bortolotto, 18-Cole Campbell, 19-Gage Boulton, 22-Jakob Churchill.


RICHMOND – 1-Imaree Dhaliwal, 4-Jonathon Gomes, 5-Lucas Ma, 6-Zach Shefrin, 7-Jared Copan, 8-Imaan Atwal, 9-Adrian Lewis, 10-Carter Kwan, 12-William Ren, 13-Tyler Gomes, 16-Devan Purewal, 19-Kade Lee, 31-Logan Cleary.


SAANICH – 1-Josh Beaulac, 4-Rowan Brodie-Rofur, 5-Keyano Ruffolo-Rael, 6-Simon Chen, 7-Aiden Marson, 10-Dillan Larson, 11-Edan Erskine-Olson, 12-Cameron Smith, 15-Graeme Jack, 16-Taylor Paton, 17-Preston McInnis, 20-Meera Smith, 21-Maisie Cope, 33-Lucas Dionne, 44-Jonathon Look, 55-Nathan Campbell, 66-Ronin Nair.


TOURNAMENT SPONSORS/DONORS/SUPPORTERS:

We would like to thank the many sponsors, donors, supporters, volunteers who contributed to the success of this tournament.  We can’t do it without you.

Atom Dev. Bulldogs Team Sponsors:

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AVMHA Tournament Sponsors:

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Tournament Contributions:

Abbondanza Pizzas –Advantage Mobile RV Repairs – Alberni Chrysler – Alberni Toyota – Alberni Cap-it – Alberni Fitness Centre – Alberni Sushi – Alien Sports – Alport Insurance Agencies Inc – Arbutus RV – Arlington Beer and Wine – Beaver Creek Home Center – Bosley’s – Boston Pizza – Canadian Tire –  Capelli’s Hair Studio – Carrie & Scott Johannison – Catalyst – Chris Orlando – Clam Bucket – Creative Salmon – Cygnet Cove – Cypress Restaurant –  Dairy Queen – EM Salon – First Choice Hair Cutters – Funk Trunk – Home Hardware – Howlers Family Restaurant – Icon Development (Jamie Carson) – Island Rhino – J&L Drive In – Jay and Deanna Kevis – LA Marine – LB Woodchoppers – Literacy – Long Beach Golf Course – Lordo Auto Parts – Klubhouse for Kids – Middle Beach Lodge – Mike & Amy Souchuck  – Neelam & Rhonda Parmar –Nicklin Waste Disposal – North Island College – Nurture Day Spa – Pepsi – Rainbow Lanes – Relic Surf Shop – RHM Subs –Save on Foods – Shannon See – Shift Change – Staples – The Blue Room (A West Coast Bistro) – TimberRose Ventures Ltd – Treasure Chest – Trend Diesel – Trends – UAP Napa Auto Parts – Urgels Auto Body -Valley Vision & Optometry – Westwind Pub – Whiskey Landing Lodge – Jamie’s Whaling Station – Jamie’s Rainforest Inn – Long Beach Lodge

*** Full list of Donations (.pdf)

Raffle Table, Silent Auction, etc. draws to made at 5:00 pm Sunday Oct. 9th


2016 Peewee T3 Thanksgiving Tourney

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PeeWee T2-3 –  Tournament Standings

  1. Powell River Kings
  2. Peninsula Eagles
  3. Alberni Valley Bulldogs
  4. Oceanside Generals

…see photos below


Round Robin Standings :

(Total points after 12 of 12 games played)

POOL A – ALBERNI – 4 (2nd) | OCEANSIDE – 4 (1st)| VANCOUVER – 2 (3rd) | JUAN DE FUCA – 0 (4th)

POOL B – POWELL RIVER-5 (1st) | NORTH ISLAND-1 (3rd)| PENINSULA-4 (2nd) | COMOX-0 (4th)


GAME SCHEDULE:    

View &/or print – 2016 Atom Dev / Peewee T3 Tournament Schedule-Results 


GAME REPORTS:

(by date and time of play)  Detailed game reports of Alberni games only

Oct. 7 – 5:15 pm – Game 1  ALBERNI – 6 vs OCEANSIDE – 7    Final

1st Period – Oceanside scored twice with goals from #11 Brody Simpson and #20 Kaden Wentzell.  2nd Period – Oceanside’s #11 Simpson, scored 2 goals.  Alberni got on the scoreboard with a goal from #14 Brett Bilodeau, assisted by #19 Grayson Erickson & #8 Aiden See.  The score at the end of the 2nd period, Alberni 1, Oceanside 4.  3rd Period – Oceanside scored 3 goals from #11 Simpson, #21 Mark Sanderson & #5 Caleb Armitage.  Alberni put the pressure on with 5 goals.  At 19:12 goal scored by #9 Blake Moore, unassisted.  18:51 goal scored by #5 Robbie Steel (assists from #21 Blake Knoll & #4 Malika McDonald).  12:39 goal scored by #19 Grayson Erickson (assists from #9 Moore & 7 Blake Power).  6:17 goal scored by #7 Power (assist from #9 Moore).  2:36 goal scored by #9 Moore (assist from #19 Erickson).  Oceanside had 12 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 10 penalty minutes.  Game MVPs were Oceanside #11 Brody Simpson (4 goals), and Alberni #19 Grayson EricksonDigger award went to Oceanside #30 Ashton Sadackos and Alberni #5 Robbie Steel.


Oct. 8 – 7:15 am – Game 2 – VANCOUVER – 8 vs JUAN DE FUCA – 1  Final

Penalties – Juan de Fuca had 20 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 4 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Vancouver #11 Seo Jin Jung and Juan de Fuca #44 Kodi Pavesic.  Digger awards – Vancouver #7 Riley Hall  and Juan de Fuca #18 Desirae Anderson.


Oct. 8 – 8:45 am – Game 3 – POWELL RIVER – 1 vs NORTH ISLAND – 1  Final

Penalties – Powell River had 6 penalty minutes and North Island had 4 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Powell River #1 Nicholas Peters and North Island #1 Griffin Handley.  Digger awards – Powell River #17 Adam Hopper and North Island #5 William Grant.


Oct. 8 – 9:00 am – Game 4 – PENINSULA – 9 vs COMOX – 0  Final

Penalties – Peninsula had 2 penalty minutes.  Comox had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Peninsula #1 Connor Karas and Comox #14 Joshua Rumpel.  Digger awards – Peninsula #8 Ethan Lingard and Comox #24 Easton Williams


Oct. 8 – 12:30 pm – Game 5 – ALBERNI – 14 vs JUAN DE FUCA – 0 – Final

1st Period – Alberni scored 6 goals.  At 10:54 #19 Grayson Erickson (assisted by #4 Malika McDonald & #2 Aaron Torfs).  At 8:26 #8 Aiden See (assisted by #14 Brett Bilodeau).  At 8:16 #5 Robbie Steel (assisted by #7 Blake Power & #9 Blake Moore).  At 4:43 #7 Power (assisted by #19 Erickson & #9 Moore).  At 3:09 #14 Bilodeau (assisted by #8 See).  At 2:38 #5 Steel, unassisted.  2nd period – Alberni scored 7 goals.  At 14:12, #7 Power (assisted by #19 Erickson & 2 Aaron Torfs).  at 11:50, #7 Power (assisted by #5 Steel & #9 Moore).  At 10:18, #19 Erickson (assisted by #14 Bilodeau).  At 5:32, #21 Blake Knoll (assisted by #17 Mason Cannon & #19 Erickson).  At 5:10, #14 Bilodeau (assisted by #8 See).  At 3:55, #19 Erickson (assisted by #9 Moore).  At 0:18 #7 Power (assisted by #19 Erickson).  3rd Period:  Alberni scored one goal from #19 Erickson (assisted by #16 Holden Fraser & #5 Steel).  Penalties – Alberni had 22 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Alberni #13 Caden Tremblay and Juan de Fuca #4 Kieran Sawyer.  Digger awards – Alberni #8 Aiden See and Juan de Fuca #19 Hunter Molberg.


Oct. 8 – 2:00 pm – Game 6 – OCEANSIDE – 4 vs VANCOUVER – 2  Final

Penalties –  Oceanside had 8 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 10 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Oceanside #14 Evan Obodzinski and Vancouver #4 Aidan Floyd.  Digger awards –  Oceanside #16 Drew Foreman and Vancouver #5 Connor Myers


Oct. 8 – 2:15 pm – Game 7 – NORTH ISLAND – 3 vs PENINSULA – 14   Final

Penalties – North Island had 18 penalty minutes.  Peninsula had 8 penalty minutes.  MVPs –  North Island #20 Jack Hurley and Peninsula #17 Colton Hauser.  Digger awards – North Island #6 Tye Morash   and Peninsula #22 Tyson Hentschel.


Oct. 8 – 7:30 pm – Game 8 – COMOX- 0 vs POWELL RIVER – 5  Final

Penalties – Comox had 10 penalty minutes.  Powell River had 8 penalty minutes.  MVPs –  Comox #9 Nicholas Jackson and Powell River #7 Danny Schreurs.     Digger awards – Comox #16 Gina Yrjana and Powell River #5 Brent Bombardir.


Game 9 – Oct. 9 – 10:45 am – POWELL RIVER – 3 vs PENINSULA – 0  Final

Penalties – Powell River had 10 penalty minutes.  Peninsula had 8 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Powell River #10 Ross Claniello and Peninsula #11 Cameron Johnsen.  Digger award – Powell River #6 Mac Hein and Peninsula #71 Koehn Munro.


Game 10 – Oct. 9 – 11:15 am – ALBERNI – 5 vs VANCOUVER – 4  Final

1st Period –  Alberni scored first at 14:28 with an unassisted goal by #19 Grayson Erickson.  Alberni’s second goal was scored at 5:11 by #17 Mason Cannon, assisted by #9 Blake Moore.  Vancouer scored 3 goals from #7 Riley Hall, #17 Benjamin Sutton and #14 Brayden Miller.  2nd Period –   Alberni goal was scored by #19 Erickson, assisted by #9 Moore.  No other scoring in the period.  3rd Period –  Vancouver #5 Connor Myers, scored 1 goal in the period.  Alberni goal at 14:19 was scored by #13 Caden Tremblay, assisted by #19 Erickson.  Alberni scored at 5:08 with a goal from #14 Brett Bilodeau, unassisted. Penalties – Alberni had 8 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 6 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Alberni #1 Evan May and Vancouver #5 Connor Myers.  Digger award – Alberni #9 Blake Moore and Vancouver #18 Benjamin Gutman.


Game 11 – Oct. 9 – 2:15 pm – JUAN DE FUCA – 0 vs OCEANSIDE – 10

Penalties – Juan de Fuca had 20 penalty minutes.  Oceanside had 10 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Juan de Fuca #10 Cayden Morris and Oceanside #5 Caleb Armitage.  Digger award – Juan de Fuca #7 Brady Cripps and Oceanside #21 Mack Sanderson.


Game 12 – Oct. 9 – 2:45 pm – NORTH ISLAND – 5 vs COMOX – 3  Final

Penalties – North Island and Comox each had 2 penalty minutes in the game.  MVPs – North Island #10 Ethan Bono and Comox #15 Jared Geransky. Digger award – North Island #12 David Klatt and Comox #19 Rio Peaker.


Game 13 – Oct. 9 – 7:00 pm – OCEANSIDE – 5 (A 1st) vs PENINSULA – 6 (B 2nd)  – Final

Penalties – Oceanside and Peninsula each had 14 penalty minutes in the game.  MVPs – Oceanside #7 Jordan Harvey and Peninsula #77 Brett Herle.   Digger award – Oceanside #8 Sam Davidson and Peninsula #33 Toryn Swallow.


Game 14 – Oct. 9 –  7:15 pm – POWELL R – 5 (B 1st) vs ALBERNI- 0 (A 2nd)   – Final

1st Period – Powell River scored 2 goals in the period from #5 Brent Bombardi and #15 Tate Van Hees.  2nd Period – Powell River scored 2 goals from #21 Mason Windsor and #15 Van Hees.  3rd Period – Powell River scored one goal from #7 Danny Schreurs.  Penalties – Powell River had 8 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 16 penalty minutes.  MVPs – Powell River #11 Matteo Porchetta and Alberni #14 Brett Bilodeau.  Digger award – Powell River #15 Tate Van Hees and Alberni #7 Blake Power.

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PLAYOFF FINALS:

Game 15 – Oct. 10 – 9:15 am – NORTH ISLAND -1  (B-3rd) vs VANCOUVER – 7 (A-3rd)

Penalties – North Island had 19 penalty minutes.  Vancouver had 8 penalty minutes.  MVPs – North Island #21 Skylar Evans and Vancouver #18 Benjamin Gutman.  Digger award – North Island #4 Kale Hunt and Vancouver #17 Benjamin Sutton.


Game 16 – Oct. 10 – 9:30 am – COMOX – 1  (A-4th) vs JUAN DE FUCA – 7  (B-4th)

Penalties – Comox had 4 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had no penalties.  MVPs – Comox #11 Carter McCallum and Juan de Fuca #4 Kieran Sawyer.  Digger award – Comox #17 Dalton Weaver and Juan de Fuca #21 Rylan Bennett.


Game 17 – Oct. 10 – 11:00 am – ALBERNI – 7  vs OCEANSIDE – 6  – BRONZE (losers of Games 13 & 14) Final 

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1st Period – Alberni goal from #9 Blake Moore, assisted by #1 Evan May and #19 Grayson Erickson.  2nd Period – Oceanside scored 3 goals in the period.  Two goals scored by #11 Brody Simpson and another goal from #6 Dallas Earl.  Alberni goals had 2 goals from #19 Erickson (both unassisted) and a goal from #7 Blake Power, assisted by #19 Erickson.  3rd Period – At 13:29 Alberni’s #19 Erickson scores, unassisted.  Oceanside scores at 11:59 with an unassisted goal from #11 Simpson.  At 10:34 Oceanside ties the score at 5 with a goal from #6 Earl, assisted by #7 Jordan Harvey.  At 1:54 Oceanside takes the lead with an unassisted goal from #6 Earl.  With 12 seconds on the clock Alberni ties the score with an unassisted powerplay goal from #19 Erickson.  OT Period – At 1:09, Alberni’s #5 Robbie Steel scores the winning goal with an assist from #19 Erickson.

ALBERNI VALLEY BULLDOGS WIN BRONZE MEDAL

Penalties – Oceanside had 27 penalty minutes + game misconduct.  Alberni had 22 penalty minutes.

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Game 18 – Oct. 10 – Start 1:15 pm – POWELL RIVER – 3  vs PENINSULA – 2  – GOLD (winners of Games 13 & 14)  Final  –  2nd OT Period – Powell River 2, Peninsula 2.  Powell River wins in a shoot out.

1st Period – Powell River scored at 12:19 with a goal from #8 Lucas Shipley, assisted by #3 Tanner Burt.  2nd Period – Powell River scored at 16:21 with a goal from #18 Braedyn Louie, assisted by #17 Adam Hopper.  Peninsula gets on the score board at 16:44 with a goal from #17 Colton Hauser, assisted by #77 Brett Herle.  Peninsula ties the score at 8:48 with a goal from #77 Herle, assisted by #4 Colton Coppinger-Carey.  3rd Period – No scoring.  Regular game time ends with a 2-2 tie.  1st OT period – (4 on 4) No scoring.  2nd OT period – (3 on 3) No scoring.  Powell River wins the game with a 2 – 0 shoot out.  Shoot out goals came from #21 Mason Windsor and #5 Brent Bombardir.

Penalties – Powell River had 16 penalty minutes.  Peninsula had 12 penalty minutes.

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TEAM PHOTOS & ROSTERS:  

ALBERNI VALLEY BULLDOGS – 1-Evan May, 2-Aaron Torfs, 4-Malika McDonald, 5-Robbie Steel, 7-Blake Power, 8-Aiden See, 9-Blake Moore, 10-Chase Nicklin, 12-Tristan Ruel, 13-Caden Tremblay, 14-Brett Bilodeau, 16-Holden Fraser, 17- Mason Cannon, 19-Grayson Erickson, 21-Blake Knoll.


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OCEANSIDE GENERALS – 1-Max Jefferey, 2-Kent Stouffer, 5-Caleb Armitage, 6-Dallas Earl, 7-Jordan Harvey, 8-Sam Davidson, 9-Zack Vermeulen, 10-Zeyd Bollakke, 11-Brody Simpson, 12-Bradley Ronyecz, 14-Evan Obodzinski, 16-Drew Foreman, 17-Denen Scott, 20-Kaden Wentzell, 21-Mack Sanderson, 22-Easton Sandberg, 30-Ashton Sadacskos.


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COMOX VALLEY CHIEFS – 1-Logan Moorhead, 4-Thomas Plant, 6-Haden Parker, 9-Nicholas Jackson, 10-Brian Robbins, 11-Carter McCallum, 12-Nolan Phoenix, 14-Joshua Rumpel, 15-Jared Geransky, 16-Gina Yrjana, 17Dalton Weaver, 18-Lane Quinn, 19-Rio Peaker, 20-Robert Wilband, 24-Easton Williams, 32-Sebastien Morin.


JUAN DE FUCA GRIZZLIES – 1-Ethan Deroy, 4-Kieran Sawyer, 5-Darian Yates, 6-Colton Trotter, 7-Brady Cripps, 8-Kevin Wolfe, 10-Cayden Morris, 16-Ryan Johnson, 18-Desirae Anderson, 89-Hunter Molberg, 21-Rylan Bennett, 27-Matthew Turcotte, 33-Kyle Berger-North, 44-Kodi Pavesic, 77-Zach Sagodi, 87-Matthew Quigley


NORTH ISLAND EAGLES – 1-Griffin Handley, 2-Brandon Brotchie, 3-Josh Nielson, 4-Kale Hunt, 5-William Grant, 6-Tye Morash, 8-Kai Berbrugge, 9-Manny Brown, 10-Ethan Bono, 12-David Klatt, 14-Tyler Roper, 15-Tristan Mardell, 16-Evan Manke, 19-Duante McKinney, 20-Jack Hurley, 21-Skyler Evans, 30-Bryce Walkus


PENINSULA – 1-Connor Karas, 4-Colton Coppinger-Carey, 7-Caleb Bentham, 8-Ethan Lingard, 9-Melissa Svienson, 11-Cameron Johnsen, 17-Colton Hauser, 22-Tyson Hentschel, 31-Graham Brown, 33-Toryn Swallow, 61-Tate Senior, 71-Koehn Munro, 77-Brett Herle, 88-Riley Turnbull, 91-Ethan Schwartz, 94-Rowan Cairns, 97-Cyprus Smith-Davis.


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POWELL RIVER KINGS – 1-Nicholas Peters, 3-Tanner Burt, 5-Brent Bombardir, 6-Mac Hein, 7-Danny Schreurs, 8-Lukas Shipley, 9-Andrew Krowitz, 10-Ross Claniello, 11-Matteo Porchetta, 12-Marcus Cramb, 14-Kaleb Parsons, 15-Tate Van Hees, 17-Adam Hopper, 18-Braedyn Louie, 21-Mason Windsor.


VANCOUVER THUNDERBIRDS – 1-Finnigan Buell, 3-Brandon Petrie, 4-Aidan Floyd, 5-Connor Myers, 7-Riley Hall, 9-Quinn Stafford, 10-Andrew Joe, 11-Seo Jin Jung, 12-Ethan Buckland, 13-Nathaniel Kirschner, 14-Brayden Miller, 16-Matthew Lee, 17-Benjamin Sutton, 18-Benjamin Gutman, 19-Kristoff Alexander, 33-Adam Vetter.


SPONSORS/DONORS/SUPPORTERS:

We would like to thank the many sponsors, donors, supporters, volunteers who contributed to the success of this tournament.  We can’t do it without you.

Peewee Bulldogs Team Sponsors:

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AVMHA Tournament Sponsors:

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Tournament Contributions:

Abbondanza Pizzas –Advantage Mobile RV Repairs – Alberni Chrysler – Alberni Toyota – Alberni Cap-it – Alberni Fitness Centre – Alberni Sushi – Alien Sports – Alport Insurance Agencies Inc – Arbutus RV – Arlington Beer and Wine – Beaver Creek Home Center – Bosley’s – Boston Pizza – Canadian Tire –  Capelli’s Hair Studio – Carrie & Scott Johannison – Catalyst – Chris Orlando – Clam Bucket – Creative Salmon – Cygnet Cove – Cypress Restaurant –  Dairy Queen – EM Salon – First Choice Hair Cutters – Funk Trunk – Home Hardware – Howlers Family Restaurant – Icon Development (Jamie Carson) – Island Rhino – J&L Drive In – Jay and Deanna Kevis – LA Marine – LB Woodchoppers – Literacy – Long Beach Golf Course – Lordo Auto Parts – Klubhouse for Kids – Middle Beach Lodge – Mike & Amy Souchuck  – Neelam & Rhonda Parmar –Nicklin Waste Disposal – North Island College – Nurture Day Spa – Pepsi – Rainbow Lanes – Relic Surf Shop – RHM Subs –Save on Foods – Shannon See – Shift Change – Staples – The Blue Room (A West Coast Bistro) – TimberRose Ventures Ltd – Treasure Chest – Trend Diesel – Trends – UAP Napa Auto Parts – Urgels Auto Body -Valley Vision & Optometry – Westwind Pub – Whiskey Landing Lodge – Jamie’s Whaling Station, Jamie’s Rainforest Inn – Long Beach Lodge

*** Full list of Donations (.pdf)

Raffle Table, Silent Auction, etc. draws to made at 5:00 pm Sunday Oct. 9th


2016-17 AVMHA TOURNAMENTS

The following tournaments have been sanctioned by BC Hockey for the 2016-17 Season.

All tournaments will take place at the Alberni Valley Multiplex, Port Alberni.

More information will be added as the it becomes available.

If you have any questions, please contact  Stefanie Weber  s-weber@shaw.ca or 250-735-0766

 

Links to Tournament Web pages:


Summary of 2015-2016 AVMHA Tournaments

Once again, we will have dedicated websites for the competitive hockey tournaments to be held at the Multiplex this season.  The websites will include entry information followed by the ice schedule, game reports, photos, etc.


BC Midget Tier 4 Championships – Updates

Sun. March 13, 2016 

Game 1 – 8:00 am start – Windemere Valley  10 vs Alberni Valley 1

It was a tough 1st game for Alberni.  Lets blame it on the time change.  Windemere did not change there clocks and were already a hour ahead.  Alberni goal was scored in the 3rd period by #7 Riley Shiner, unassisted.  Alberni plays again at 4:30 pm against Prince Rupert.

Game 2 – 10:45 am startSurrey 1 vs Prince Rupert 6

Game 3 – 1:30 pm startBurns Lake 8 vs Coquitlam 2 

Game 4 – 4:30 pmPrince Rupert 11 vs Alberni Valley 1

Another tough game for Alberni.  Their only goal was scored in the 3rd period by #11 Reilly Kozocari, assisted by #13 Chris O’Laney.

Mon. March 14, 2016

Game 5 – 8:30 am start – Coquitlam 1 vs Windemere 6

Game 6 – 11:15 am start – Surrey 2 vs Burns Lake 8

Game 7 – 2:00 pm start – Prince Rupert 2 vs Windemere 1

Game 8 – 5:45 pm start – Alberni Valley 2 vs Burns Lake 2

Our Alberni Bulldogs tied with Burns Lake despite penalties for both teams.  Alberni’s #7 Riley Shiner scored a power play goal in the 2nd period, with assists from #13 Chris O’Laney and #23 Kyle Hodson.  In the 3rd period the Bulldogs #11 Reilly Kozocari scored with assists from #19 Nick Ross and #4 Matt Ursel.

Tue. March 15, 2016

Game 9 – 9:00 am start – Surrey 4 vs Coquitlam 2

Game 10 – 2:00 pm start – Burns Lake 2 vs Windemere 3

Game 11 – 4:45 pm start – Coquitlam 0 vs Prince Rupert 8

Game 12 – 7:30 pm start – Alberni Valley 5 vs Surrey 2

Alberni gets their first win.  1st period goal scored by #6 Keith O’Laney, assisted by #13 Chris O’Laney.  In the 3rd period, #4 Matt Ursel scores a power play goal, assisted by #6 Keith O’Laney.  It is followed by a short handed and unassisted goal by #15 Andrew Check. In the last minutes of the game, #19 Nick Ross scored a goal, assisted by #8 Ryan Turgeon and followed with an unassisted goal on the power play.

Wed. March 16, 2016

Game 13 – 8:30 am start – Burns Lake 2 vs Prince Rupert 7

Game 14 – 11:15 am start – Windemere 11 vs Surrey 0

Game 15 – 2:00 pm start – Alberni 3 vs Coquitlam 7

In Alberni’s last game they came up short and only 3 points in tournament play.  Alberni goals started in the 2nd period when #19 Nick Ross scored unassisted.  In the 3rd period, they scored on the power play with the goal from #8 Ryan Turgeon, assisted by #13 Chris O’Laney and #19 Nick Ross.  Their final goal was scored by #16 Graeme Kumagi, unassisted.

Game 16 – 7:30 pm start – Prince Rupert 3 vs Windemere 2 – Championship Game 

Prince Rupert wins the BC Midget Tier 4 Championship (in overtime)

Congratulations to Prince Rupert

“Thank you” to the other teams plus all the Volunteers who put on this Championship Tournament!


BC Midget Tier 4 Championship – Games

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Our local Midget Tier 4 team is hosting the BC Championship here at the AV Multiplex, March 13-16, 2016.

Six teams participating include our Alberni Valley Midget Tier 4 team, Windemere, Surrey, Prince Rupert, Burns Lake, and Coquitlam.

The game schedule is as follows:

Sunday, March 13th

  • 8:00 am – Windemere  10  vs Alberni Valley  1  – Final
  • 10:45 am – Surrey 1 vs Prince Rupert 6 – Final
  • 1:30 pm – Burns Lake vs Coquitlam 2 – Final
  • 4:00 pm – Opening Ceremonies
  • 4:30 – Prince Rupert 11 vs Alberni Valley 1 – Final

Monday, March 14th

  • 8:30 am – Coquitlam 1 vs Windermere 6 – Final
  • 11:15 am – Surrey 2 vs Burns Lake 8 – Final
  • 2:00 pm – Prince Rupert 2vs Windermere 1 – Final
  • 5:45 pm – Alberni Valley 2 vs Burns Lake 2 – Final

Tuesday, March 15th

  • 9:00 am – Surrey 4 vs Coquitlam 2 – Final
  • 2:00 pm – Burns Lake 2 vs Windemere 3 – Final
  • 4:45 pm – Coquitlam 0 vs Prince Rupert 8 – Final
  • 7:30 pm – Alberni Valley 5 vs Surrey 2 – Final

Wednesday, March 16th

  • 8:30 am – Burns Lake 2 vs Prince Rupert 7
  • 11:15 am – Windemere 11 vs Surrey 0
  • 2:00 pm – Alberni Valley 3 vs Coquitlam 7
  • 7:30 pm – Prince Rupert 3 vs Windemere 2 – Championship Game (in overtime)

Prince Rupert wins the title of BC Midget Tier 4 Champions – Congratulations!


BC Midget Tier 4 Championship pages:

 Teams  |   Game Schedule  |  (BC Hockey) Standings  |  Updates |  Photos

 

Alberni Valley Midget T4 Team Sponsors 2015-2016


AVMHA Bantam (Tier 2-3) Tournament Summary

Bantam Tier 2-3 Tournament took place at the Multiplex, Dec. 28-29-30, 2015
Tournament Website:  http://avhockey2015dec.wordpress.com

8 Teams

Final Standing:

  1. Juan de Fuca
  2. North Island
  3. Victoria
  4. Alberni

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AVMHA Novice Jamboree – Dec. 19 & 20, 2015

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Welcome to our Novice Jamboree at the Alberni Valley Multiplex

  • Alberni Valley Novice Teams – AV Devils, AV Sharks

  • Comox Valley Novice Teams  – CV ReMax Rockets, CV Dragons

  • Oceanside Novice Teams – Oceanside Rangers, Oceanside Jets, Oceanside Flyers


 

The Tournament Director is Carla Murraycarlamy@telus.net  250-724-6963

The following information will be posted here as it becomes available.

  • Teams and Team Photos
  • Game Schedule
  • Game results
  • Candid photos (if available)
  • Tournament Sponsors and local team sponsors.

Please come back and read about this event.

 

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All games are being played on the Weyerhaeuser Arena
Saturday December 19, 2015
START – – – END – – – HOME – – – – – – – – – AWAY
8:00AM – 9:10AM    – Alberni Devils – – –Oceanside Jets
9:25AM – 10:35AM  – Alberni Sharks – – –Oceanside Flyers
10:50AM-12:00PM – Comox Remax Rockets  – Oceanside Rangers
12:15PM – 1:25PM   – Comox Dragons – – Oceanside Jets
1:40PM – 2:50PM    – Alberni Devils – – – Oceanside Flyers
3:05PM – 4:15PM    – Alberni Sharks – – – Comox Remax Rockets
4:30PM – 5:40PM   – Oceanside Rangers –Comox Dragons

Sunday December 20, 2015
START – – – END – – – HOME – – – – – – –  –  AWAY
8:00AM – 9:10AM  – Alberni Sharks – – –Oceanside Rangers
9:25AM – 10:35AM – Alberni Devils – – – Comox Dragons
10:50AM-12:00PM – Oceanside Jets – – –Comox Remax Rockets
12:15PM – 1:25PM   – Comox Dragons – –Oceanside Flyers
1:40PM – 2:50PM    – Alberni Devils – – – Oceanside Rangers
3:05PM – 4:15PM    – Alberni Sharks – – –Oceanside Jets
4:30PM – 5:40PM   – Oceanside Flyers ComoxRemax Rockets

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Leo scored his first goal and won MVP in his Novice Jamboree game

Leo scored his first goal and won MVP in his Novice Jamboree game

 

 


Midget T3/T4 Tournament

Tournament website:  http://avhockey2015nov.wordpress.com

Div. A Tournament Winners Alberni Midget T3 team photo - Tami Pley-Netzer

Div. A Tournament Winners – Alberni Midget T3 team – photo: Tami Pley-Netzer

Division A Tournament winner – Alberni Valley T3 Midget Bulldogs

Division B Tournament winner – Peninsula T3 Midget Eagles

 


Atom Dev + PeeWee T2-3 Thanksgiving Tournaments

Tournament website:  http://avhockey2015oct.wordpress.com

Final Standings for Atom Development Tournament

  1. Alberni Valley Bulldogs
  2. Victoria Ice Hawks
  3. Vancouver Thunderbirds

Final Standings for PeeWee T2-3 Tournament

  1. Oceanside Generals
  2. Semiahmoo Ravens
  3. North Island Eagles

Midget T3 at Richmond Tournament for Thanksgiving

Van Isle Ford Midget T3 Bulldogs are playing in the 13th Annual SeaFair tournament in Richmond
  • Friday night (Oct. 9th) Alberni Valley defeated Langley 5-0
  • Saturday (Oct. 10th) Alberni Valley won 4-1 over Seattle
  • Next game is Sunday (Oct.11th) at 10:15 am vs Juan de Fuca.
  • Sunday (Oct. 12th) Alberni Valley beat Juan de Fuca 8-1
  • Won to Semi Final Sunday (Oct. 12th) a tight 1-0 semi final last night over North Shore Winter Club.  Tynan Smyth broke the scoreless tie early in the 3rd period and that line goal stood up for the win.
  • Van Isle Ford Midgets T3 lost exciting 4-3 final to Saanich T1- good end to end action. Both teams battled hard for a full 60 minutes!

Congrats to the Van Isle squad on a solid effort all weekend.

… updates came from Team Manager Stefanie Weber

Bantam Bulldogs T3 play Thanksgiving in N Vancouver

Our Pacific Chev Bantam Bulldogs T3 are spending Thanksgiving weekend in North Vancouver at an 8 team tournament.

The Bulldogs are scheduled to play as follows:

  • Saturday October 10th – 5:00 to 6:15 pm vs N Vancouver
    • Pacific Chev Bantam Bulldogs win game 2-1 over Vancouver Bantam Canucks.
  • Sunday, October 11th – 9:30 to 10:45 am vs SnoKings
    • Pacific Chev Bantam Bulldogs win game 5-4 over Seattle SnoKings.
  • Sunday, October 11th – 4:30 to 5:45 pm vs Chilliwack
  • Monday, October 12th
    • Semi Final game was a 5-3 loss against Kamloops 🙁 We are headed home.

Video clip and photo to be posted.

Coach Dave Porter and Team Manager Pam Hagen are sending us reports that were updated here.


2015-16 Season – Competitive (Rep) Teams

Competitive (Rep) Coaches for 2015-16 Season

  • Atom Development Rick Tremblay
  • Peewee — Al Jack
  • Bantam — Dave Porter
  • Midget A (Tier 3) — Jordan Hamlyn/Jamie Wasylien
  • Midget B (Tier 4) — Dan Shiner

Competitive Team Tryouts

  • Begin the week of August 24th. We will have specific scheduling for each team by the end of July and will circulate ice times as soon as they are available, in the meantime, please save the dates. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to call or message me anytime. My cell number is 250 735 0766.      …Stefanie Weber
  • Ice Schedule for Try-outs:     2015 TRYOUT SCHEDULE  (correction made Aug. 18/15 for Midget time.)

Competitive Team Tournaments

Below are the competitive tournaments sanctioned for this season.  Teams wishing to enter can download .pdf tournament packages.

Tournament Websites:

Each tournament has its own dedicated website.  They include all the tournament details (schedule, standings, game reports, photos, team rosters, tournament rules, sponsors…)


Alberni Novice Teams Top Lake Cowichan Tournament

Lake Cowichan Novice Tournament Feb.7-8-9 .
The Port Alberni Novice Devils and Novice Sharks ended up playing each other in the finals for the 1st and 2nd position.
The Sharks defeated the Devils with a final score of 9-4 .

Alberni Novice Sharks and Alberni Novice Devils at Lake Cowichan Tournament

Alberni Novice Sharks and Alberni Novice Devils at Lake Cowichan Tournament

Alberni Novice Sharks - 1st place at Lake Cowichan Tournament - Feb. 2015

Alberni Novice Sharks – 1st place at Lake Cowichan Tournament – Feb. 2015


Atom Development Team – Squamish Gold

On the Family Day Weekend, our Atom Development Team played in a tournament in Squamish.

They were undefeated in the 5 games played to win the Gold medal.  Game scores were:  Alberni vs North Delta 6-2, Alberni vs Cloverdale 8-1, Alberni vs Kelowna (shootout) 4-3, Alberni vs North Shore Winter Club 6-0 and final game Alberni vs Squamish 11-3.

Grayson Erickson & Robbie Steel with Squamish Tournament Trophy

Grayson Erickson & Robbie Steel with Squamish Tournament Trophy

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Gloves in the air, when Bulldogs win.

Gloves in the air, when Bulldogs win.

Alberni Atom Development Team with trophy from Squamish Tournament

Alberni Atom Development Team with trophy from Squamish Tournament


Summary – Bryan Mason Memorial Cup

Bryan Mason Memorial Cup

Bryan Mason Memorial Cup

AVMHA hosted the 2nd Bryan Mason Memorial Cup Tournament on the Family Day Weekend (Feb. 7-9) with 8 teams participating:  Alberni Valley Hornets – Alberni Valley Steelheads – Oceanside Vipers – Comox Valley Ice Hawks –Cowichan Valley Blazers – Nanaimo Stars – Sooke Thunderbirds – Vancouver Crushers.

In the Round Robin, each team played 3 games.

Alberni Steelheads (lost 3 games) and Nanaimo Stars teams placed 4th in their Round Robin Pool and played off for a final 7th or 8th place in the tournament.

First period – Alberni Steelheads start the scoring with goals from #5 Nathan Banks, unassisted and #19 Haiden Simpson assisted by #2 Graeme Kamagai.  At 6:48 Nanaimo #27  Liam Woods scores a powerplay goal with an assist from #23 Kai Cleave.  At 4:44  Alberni’s #2 Kumagai lobs  the puck over the goal tender to score, assisted by #19 Simpson.  At 1:44 Alberni #13 Riley Styan scores with assists from #14 Skyler Cootes and #15 Hunter Buxton.  At the end of  the period, the score is Alberni Steelheads 4, Nanaimo Stars 1.

Second period – Nanaimo starts off the period with #22  Trey Morrison shooting past the goalie to score, assisted by #21 Mason Scott.  At 6:31 Alberni #2 Kumagai scores with an assist from #20 Seth Vallee.  At the end of the period, the score is Alberni Steelheads 5, Nanaimo Stars 2.

Third period – Alberni’s #2 Kumagai shoots and scores an unassisted goal at 19:04.  Alberni’s 7th goal is scored by #20 Seth Vallee with assists from #2 Kumagai and #18 Zakeysha Corey. Its followed by Alberni’s  8th goal from #16 Malaika Stone, unassisted at 13:09.  Alberni’s 9th goal was scored at 9:44 was scored by #19 Haiden Simpson and assisted by #5 Nathan Banks.  10th goal was scored at 8:53 by #5 Banks, assisted by #16 Stone.  Nanaimo returns with goals at 6:55 from #30 Zac Danley, assisted by #28 Gavin Smith.  Nanaimo #46 Austin Green scores a short handed goal at 6:16 with an assist from #20 Nathan Allen.  Alberni scores at 3:28 with goal from #14 Skyler Cootes, assisted by #15 Hunter Buxton.  At 2:24 Alberni’s last goal is scored by #19 Simpson, assisted by #2 Kumagai  Nanaimo scores in the last minute of play with the goal from #22 Trey Morrison, assisted by #28 Gavin Smith.  The final score is Alberni Steelheads 12, Nanaimo Stars 5.

Penalty summary – Alberni Steelheads had 4 penalties = 8 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo Stars had 5 penalties = 10 minutes.

Alberni Steelhead players

Alberni Steelhead players

Alberni Hornets  (won 1 game, tied 2 games) and Vancouver Crusher teams placed 1st in their Round Robin Pool and played off  for a final 1st-Gold or 2nd-Silver in the tournament.

First period – Vancouver Crushers start the scoring at 8:48 with a goal from #19 Spencer Gorden, assisted by #15 Matteo Crossley.  With 2 minutes left in the period, Vancouver’s #8 Jaden Jugovic scores with assists from #15 Crossley and #18 Preetpaul Chhoker and a goal from #17 Steven Tran, assisted by #5 Arlo Spring.  At the end of the period, the score is Alberni Hornets 0, Vancouver Crushers 3.

Second period – Vancouver continues to score with 5 additional goals.  Goal scorers were #18 Chhoker, #19 Gorden (2 goals) and #10 Lucas Grant (2 goals).  #15 Crossley and #16 Darryl Kumar each earned an assist.  At the end of the period, the score is Alberni Hornets 0, Vancouver Crushers 8.

Third period – Vancouver’s 9th goal was scored by #13 Nolan Harris, unassisted.  At 8:14 Alberni #18 Carter Elder scores an unassisted goal.  At 2:31 Vancouver’s #16 Kumar scored the final goal with assists from #17 Tran and #19 Gorden. The final score is Alberni Hornets 1, Vancouver Crushers 10.

Penalty Summary – Alberni Hornets had 8 penalties = 16 penalty minutes.  Vancouver Crushers had 5 penalties = 10 penalty minutes.

Alberni Hornets - Silver

Alberni Hornets – Silver

Final Tournament Standings:  GOLD – Vancouver Crushers | SILVER – Alberni Hornets | BRONZE – Comox Ice Hawks | 4th – Oceanside Vipers

 

 


AV Bantam Tier 2-3 Tournament Summary

G21_7421-AVteamWe welcomed 2015, January 2-4th with our Pacific Chevrolet Bantam Tier 3 Bulldogs team hosting a Bantam Winter Classic Tournament.

10 teams played 3 games each before playing off for final standings. A website was set up to record and report the games (http://avhockey2015jan.wordpress.com) which included photos.

Our Pacific Chevrolet Bantam Bulldog team went on to win 4 out of 5 games and earn the Bronze medal.

Alberni’s first game was a 5-4 win over Victoria Icehawks.

In their second game, Alberni shut out Nanaimo T2 with a score of 5-0.

In their third game, Alberni beat Nanaimo T3 with a score of 10-7.

Saturday evening Alberni was in 3rd place and played off against the 2nd place team – Powell River Kings. They lost to the Kings 8-1.

Alberni went on to play Cowichan Valley Capitals for the Bronze medal.

Here is a summary of their final game:

First period – Alberni gets the first goal at 12:22 was scored by #21 Nic Sexton, assisted by #11 Ryan Turgeon and #10 Jerzy Gus. They score again at 12:02 with the goal from #5 Noah Fatur, assisted by #6 Ryan Devries. Cowichan gets on the scoreboard at 10:40 with the goal from #21 Matt Baird, assisted by #10 Owen Easton. Alberni #6 Devries scores at 3:43 with assists from #3 Carter Lee and #20 Luke McKinnon. At the end of the period, the score is Cowichan 1, Alberni 3.

Second period – Alberni scores at 19:28 with the goal from #21 Sexton, assisted by #11 Turgeon and #12 Matthew Netzer. Scoring at 18:49 was Alberni’s #10 Jerzy Gus, assisted by #11 Turgeon and #20 McKinnon. Alberni #5 Fatur scores at 8:28 with help from #3 Lee and #9 Isaac McDonald. At the end of the period, the score is Cowichan 1, Alberni 6.

Third period – At 18:18 Cowichan #15 Kevin Stewart scores unassisted. With 12 minutes left to play, Cowichan #21 Baird scores with assists from #10 Owen Easton and #14 Isaac Leik. At 11:10 Cowichan scores on a goal from #12 Hayden Plester, assisted by #5 Brady Williams. Alberni #3 Carter Lee scores with 11 seconds left, assisted by #5 Fatur and #7 Riley Shiner. The final score is Cowichan Valley Capitals 4, Alberni Valley Bulldogs 7.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 8 penalties = 16 minutes. Cowichan had 2 penalties = 6 minutes.

Final standing in the tournament: Kerry Park Islanders – Gold, Powell River Kings – Silver, Alberni Valley Bulldogs – Bronze, Cowichan Valley Capitals – 4th


AV Midget Gold in Nanaimo Tourney

Hurricanes won 4 games to earn Gold medal in Nanaimo New Year Tournament.

Hurricanes won 4 games to earn Gold medal in Nanaimo New Year Tournament.

The Alberni Valley Midget Co-Op Hurricanes went to the Nanaimo Midget Tournament Jan 2-4th, 2015 – winning Gold!!

There was 14 Teams participating in the Tournament held at the Nanaimo Ice Center. Hurricanes got a brutal draw having to play the first game on both Friday and Saturday morning at 7:30 am.

Game 1 – Nanaimo Phantoms 2 vs AV Hurricanes 5.

Very good game with Nanaimo getting 1 penalty in the first and 1 in the second AV getting 1 penalty in the second. Alberni’s 1st goal was not until the 3rd period with 19:14 left in the game and it was scored by Jayden Lajeunesse, with an assist from Reilly Kozocari. It was followed by 2 goals from Cole Oldfield with assists from Chase Henstridge and Colton Lloyd. Alberni’s 4th goal was scored by Cameron McCurdy with Ayden Brossoit and Foster Martin assisting. The 5th goal scored by Chase Henstridge and assisted by Cole Oldfield.

Most Sportsmanlike Player was Reilly Kozocari and Most Valuable Player was Brennan Locke. It was a great game and the AV Hurricanes were very disciplined..

Game 2 – Penninsula Eagles 3 vs AV Hurricanes 14

1st Period – Ayden Brossoit scored the 1st and 3rd goals in the game. Chase Henstridge scored the 2nd goal and Cole Oldfield scored the 4th goal. Getting the assists on the goals were Kyle Hodson, Jacob Price and Chase Henstridge. Scoring 4 goals for Alberni in the second period was Foster Martin, Ayden Brossoit, Colton Lloyd and Chase Henstridge. Brossoit, Lajeunesse and Hunter White earned assists. Peninsula scored their 3 goals in the second period. Alberni scored 6 goals in the 3rd period. Cameron McCurdy scored 2 goals, while single goals were scored by Colton Lloyd, Reilly Kozocari, Cole Oldfield and Ayden Brossoit. Assists came from Brossoit, Price Henstridge and Foster Martin had 3 assists. Lots of penalties of both sides with Peninsula = 18 minutes and AV = 14 minutes.

Most Sportsmanlike Player – Jacob Price and Most Valuable Player – Chase Henstridge

Game 3 – Nanaimo-6 1 vs AV Hurricanes 8. Once again the team was well disciplined with low penalties. Alberni’s 1st Goal scored by Hunter White, 2nd goal scored by Cole Oldfield; 3rd & 8th goal scored by Ayden Brossoit; 4th Goal scored by Cameron McCurdy; 5th & 6th goals scored by McCurdy; 7th goal scored Jayden Lajeunesse. Foster Martin assisted on 4 goals, Brossoit had 2 assists as well as assists by Andrew Check and Cole Oldfield. Nanaimo’s only goal was scored at 5:48 in the 3rd period . Most Sportsmanlike Player: Hanako Kimoto and Most Valuable Player: Jayden Villafane After Round Robin the Hurricanes placed 1st in their Pool, and played 4th team, with the winner going to Gold Medal Game.

Game 4 – AV Hurricanes 13 vs Nanaimo-4 2.

Alberni goals came from Brossoit (2), Lloyd (1), McCurdy (3), Andrew Check (1), Hunter White (2), Oldfield (3) and Kozocari (1).

Most Sportsmanlike Player – Kyle Hodson and Most Valuable Player – Hunter White.

Gold medal Game – AV Hurricanes 5 vs Saanich 3.

Alberni’s 1st Goal 10:40 1st period, scored by Brossoit assisted by Martin, followed by 2 goals from Saanich. Alberni returned at 6:48 with a goal scored by Oldfield assisted by Lloyd and Check. In the 2nd period, 10:41 Hurricanes scored by Brossoit assisted by Martin and McCurdy. It was followed at 5:06 with another goal scored by Oldfield and Brennan Locke assisting. 3rd Period started with a Saanich goal scored. With 4 minutes left 3rd period Oldfield scores a goal. At 3:05 of the 3rd period AV got a Interference penalty for 2:00 minutes (so it was 5 on 4 in favour of Saanich). Then at 2:01 AV received another penalty for 2:00 minutes for Delay of Game (so now it was 5 on 3) and Saanich pulled their goalie and it was a 6 on 3 with a face off in Alberni’s end – the play never left that end of the ice and the AV Hurricanes were able to hold Saanich off from scoring.

Mike Locke, head coach told the kids he was very proud of their play this weekend and how far they have come playing disciplined and as a team.


2014-15 Tournament Scheduling

Tournaments for the 2014-2015 season are being planned.  They are subject to change without notice at this time.  We will formally list all sanctioned/*approved tournaments as soon they are available.

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All Tournament websites are administered by Roxanne Leyland.  If you have any questions/feedback regarding the websites, please contact:  avmha.webadmin@shaw.ca


NEWS FROM THE BC CHAMPIONSHIPS – March 21

13-Midget BC Champ logo black***Information on all BC Hockey Championship Tournaments can be found at bchockey.net or the NEW BC Hockey App

Female Midget – at Salmon Arm, BC

(North Island Impact Team has 4 AVMHA players)

Sunday, March 16th

8:00PM Salmon Arm – 2   North Island – 1  
The host Salmon Arm Silverbacks opened the championship with a close game against the North Island Inpact. The home team scored at 15:32 of the first period, Sydney Castle assisted by Maddison Turner and Jenna Lazar. They took a 2 goal lead in the second period on a goal from Cassidy Marshall assisted by Sarah Whitehead and Mikayla Stirling. The North Island team got on the scoreboard at 7:01 in the second period on a goal from Olivia Knowles assisted by Lisa Lloyd and Madison Chamberlain. There was no scoring in the third but lots of action around both nets. North Island had 33 shots on Salmon Arm goalie Jaime Sedore but she stood tall in the net and denied them more than one. Salmon Arm had 12 shots on goal.
Monday, March 17th
2:00PM North Island – 3 Terrace – 2
 The first period in this game between North Island and Terrace was end to end hockey with chances for each team. In the second the North Island team scored 3 goals to pull away but in the third the Terrace team rallied to close the gap scoring 1 goal. Scoring for North Island, in the second, was Erin Murdoch at 1637 from Marijke Campbell, Ashley Penney at 14:39 from Brittney Savard and Tianna Squire and Lisa Lloyd at 4:45 from Penney. In the third Terrace’s Ashley Kuehne scored at 11:56 from Deborah Wraight and Myah Bowal at 2:03 from Bailey Kasum. Shots on goal were close, 30 for North Island and 28 for Terrace. It was a good entertaining game!
Tuesday, March 18th
2:00PM North Island – 4   Cranbrook – 1  
The play in the first period for both teams was even with no scoring for either. Cranbrook outshot North Island 15-9 but goalie Sarah Dawson for North Island shut the door on all shots. In period 2 North Island got on the board at 13:05 (Brittney Savard from Olivia Knowles) and 4:16 on the power play( Chelan Hein from Knowles). Cranbrook kept attack up with 10 shots to NI’s 3 in period 2 and into period 3 when they got on the scoreboard at 12:00 on an unassisted power play goal buy Chloe Luke. North Island had a goal at 19:02 at the beginning of the third and finished the scoring on a power play at 4:29 on an unassisted power play goal by Madison Chamberlain. CORRECTION – Total shots on goal North Island 36, Cranbrook 25 My apologizes to North Island goalie Sarah Dawson!!
Wednesday, March 19th
5:00PM Surrey Female 2 North Island 3
Surrey and North Island came out flying and ready to play in game 17 of the championship. The first period was fast but there were lots of shots at either end but the score at the end was 0-0. It wasn’t until 13:09 of the second period that the first goal was scored by Surrey’s Ashley Long from Caleigh MacDonald. North Island replied with an unassisted goal at 9:07 from April Turnbell. Long and MacDonald connected again for a goal at 8:43 and that is how the score remained until 4:56 of the third when North Island’s Erin Murdoch scored unassisted and again at 4:28 from Marijke Campbell for the go ahead goal. Surrey pulled their goalie to try for the equalizer. With 29 seconds left in the game an interference call on North Island’s Tianna Squire gave them a 6 on 4 but they were unable to put it in the net. This was a very well played game by two evenly matched and talented teams. Shots on goal were 35 for Surrey and 37 for North Island. Penalty minute were 8 mins each. Excellent game.
Thursday, March 20th
11:00AM Kamloops 0 North Island 6
The Kamloops Mystixs played their last game this morning and were in in tough facing the fast flying Vancouver Impact! The Impact scored two goals in the first four minutes of the period. The first goal was at 17:51 scored by Madison Chamberlain from Olivia Knowles and the second unassisted goal from Erin Murdoch. Their next two goals were later in the period at 5:59 from Murdoch, assisted by Brittney Savard and at 4:44 from Murdoch again unassisted (hat trick!). Undaunted, the Mystixs stuck to their game plan and never backed off. They played hard and never gave up. The Impact scored two more goals, one in the second at 18:14 by Ashley Penney unassisted and at 4:38 Murdoch scored her 4th goal. Of note is that the shots on goal the Kamloops goalie Sage Deneault faced, 63!!, she made many critical saves or the score could be higher! Shots on goal for the Mystixs were 16. The Impact now advance to the championship game against the Richmond Ravens. At the end of the game the teams lined up for a special presentation to the Kamloops Mystixs. The Fair Play was awarded to the Mystixs by the Salmon Arm Championship Committee represented by Roy Sakaki. Good job Mystixs
8:00PM Richmond Ravens – 3   North Island – 4  

The Championship Game was the best game of the tournament! The teams came out flying and we had a real show of back and forth hockey!The North Island Impact hit the ice first, forming a line on either side of the bench gate for their graduating players to skate through. What a nice acknowledgement for the players finishing their minor hockey careers! When the puck dropped both teams took off flying and never let off. The North Island Impact got on the scoreboard first at 17:32 in the 1st period when Payton Bray buried the puck assisted by Shaylee McConnell. Richmond’s Yvonne Mikulcik answered at 15:02 unassisted. Olivia Knowles of North Island scored again at 6:06 from Erin Pickup and again Richmond answered with another goal from Mikulcik assisted by Briana Trottier at 4:47. North Island went ahead for the third time at 7:24 of the second (when Murdoch scored with assists from Lloyd and Savard) and Richmond countered again at 1:08 Tamara Wong, unassisted. There was no more scoring until half way thru the 3rd period but there was lots of action at both ends of the ice. At 9:49 Lisa Lloyd from Olivia Knowles broke the tie for the final time. Richmond skated hard on the puck to get the equalizer but it was not to be. This game was very exciting and entertaining. It had the fans on the edge of their seats and was clearly the best game of the tournament. What a show of talent! Congratulations to both teams!! Thanks to Salmon Arm Minor Hockey for doing an awesome job hosting and to the Salmon Arm community volunteers for helping out to make this championship so successful!

Just to let you know, Vancouver Island Midget Impact female team took Gold in Salmon Arm last night in a 4-3 game vs Richmond!!!  Leanne Savard, Manager
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Midget Tier 3 – at 100 Mile House, BC

Sunday, March 16th  Alberni Valley – 9  vs 100 Mile House – 0
Alberni Goals & (Assists):
1st period – 4:30 Sundstrum (Blake, Rae-Arthur), at 6:36 McLeod (Corlazzoli), at 16:28 Henson, at 16:48 Corlazzoli (Sundstrum).
2nd Period – at 3:21 Beecroft (Sundstrum), at 6:36 Sundstrum,.
3rd Period – at 17:29 Elder (Friel), at 19:03 Henson, at 19:32 Friel (Martin).
Penalty Summary – Alberni had 3 infractions totaling 6 penalty minutes.  100 Mile House had 2 infractions totaling 4 penalty minutes.
Monday, March 17th  Terrace – 6  vs Alberni Valley – 1
Alberni’s only goal scored by James McLeod on a penalty shot, at 13:05 of the second period.
Penalty Summary – Alberni had 11 infractions totaling 22 penalty minutes.  Terrace had 4 infractions totaling 8 penalty minutes.
Tuesday, March 18th 1:00 pm – Alberni Valley – 5 vs North Delta – 3
Alberni Goal Summary – 1st Period – at 9:34 Beecroft.  2nd Period – at 2:34 Cowan (Selva Corlazzoli), at 17:27 Selva (Cowan).  3rd Period – at 12:42 Sundstrum (Beecroft), at 13:35 Sundstrum (Friel, Martin).
Penalty Summary – Alberni had 7 infractions totaling 14 penalty minutes.  North Delta had 4 infractions totaling 8 penalty minutes.
Wednesday, March 19th Alberni Valley – 8, Castlegar – 2
1st Period – Alberni goals at 3:44 Henson (Corlazzoli, Martin), at 7:38 Sundstrum (Martin), at 13:54 Sundstrum (Beecroft, Friel), at 17:27 Sundstrum (Friel, Blake).
2nd Period – Alberni goals at 8:52 Elder (Martin, Adams), at 10:50 Friel (Sundstrum, Harvey), at 19:46 Friel (Sundstrum, Beecroft).
3rd Period – Alberni goals at 3:52 Blake (Henson, Harvey).
Penalty Summary – Alberni had 15 infractions totaling 49 penalty minutes.  Castlegar had 18 infractions totaling 63 penalty minutes.
Thursday, March 20th – 8:00 am – Alberni Valley – 1 vs Dawson Creek – 5

Only goal scored by Alberni from Josh Harvey. Jessie Geddes in net.   Penalties 4 minutes for Alberni and eight minutes for Dawson creek. Alberni plays Quesnel in the semi final today at 5 pm. Winner moves onto gold medal game at 11 am tomorrow.

5:00PM Quesnel – 4 Alberni Valley – 6
Semi-final 1: 1st Div A vs. 2nd Div B  –  (report from Alison Sundstrum)  We had an exciting semi final game vs Quesnel. Gary Martin opened the scoring unassisted at 8:49 of the first period. Keagun Selva made it 2-0 in the second from Brad Cowan.  Third goal for Alberni was from Cam Blake with a helper from Josh Harvey. Quesnel scored in the second to make it 3-1  but James McLeod scored a minute later from Logan Henson and Keagun Selva scored unassisted. Quesnel scored a goal late in the second to make the score at the end of the second 5-2.   Quesnel came out in the third scoring 2 goals to make the score 5-4′ with 8 and a half minutes left in the game. David Friel scored with 1:51 left in the game from Harvey and Ethan Sundstrum to send the Bulldogs to the gold medal game today(Friday) at 11 am vs Terrace.
Friday, March 21st 
11:00AM Terrace – 4   Alberni Valley – 1  
Championship Game – Evenly paced, high tempo game; with game tied at 1 end of the first. Terrace with the go-ahead goal late in the second to end the period 2-1; Alberni never let up and gave tremendous effort right to the end. Terrace went on to score 2 more in the third for a final of 4-1 Terrace. Shots on goal 31-28.
CONGRATULATIONS – SILVER MEDAL – BC CHAMPIONSHIP

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Bantam Tier 3 – at West Kelowna, BC

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Sunday, March 16th
8:00PM Alberni Valley – 10   West Kelowna – 3  
Both teams played a well disciplined game with only 1 minor penalty in 60 minutes (by West Kelowna). Hats off to both teams. Scoring for West Kelowna were Mason Chidlow, Reegan Forsyth, Nicholas Yaremovich with assists going to Cooper Graff, Nicholas Yaremovich and Broden Ellerton. Scoring for Alberni Valley were Tynan Smyth with 3 goals, Ayden Brossoit with 4 goals and 1 assist, Noah Fatur with 2 goals and 2 assists, Shaylee McConnell with 1 goal and 1 assist. Assists went to Ryan DeVries, Ezra Paddock with 2 assists, Wyatt Selva and Reilly Kozocari.
Monday, March 17th
3:30PM Sunshine Coast – 8 Alberni Valley – 2
Both teams came out ready to play. Scoring for Sunshine Coast was Terrance Josephson assisted by Brendan Gray and Timothy Walters and scoring for Alberni Valley was Shaylee McConnell assisted by Ezra Paddock and Nicholas Sexton to end the first period in a tie. Second period also ended up tied with markers from Terrance Jospheson assisted by Brendan Gray and Kai Gerier for Sunshine Coast and Ayden Brossoit assisted by Ezra Paddock and Colton Lloyd and Wyatt Selva scoring for Alberni Valley. Sunshine Coast broke forward with 7 goals in the 3rd period. Scoring for them was Jarred Bothwell, Justin Fodchuk (3 assists), Nevan Flay ((1 assist), Kolton Cousins with 2 goals and 1 assist and Terrance Josephson with a goal and an assist. Both teams played hard.  (Penalty Summary – Alberni had 4 infractions = 8 penalty minutes.  Sunshine Coast had 3 infractions = 6 penalty minutes.)
Tuesday, March 18th 
3:30PM Whitehorse – 3 Alberni Valley – 5
Both teams came out ready to dig their heels in. Whitehorse opened the scoring at 6:38 on a goal from their captain Matthew Cooper. Alberni Valley responded a short time later with a goal from their captain Ezra Paddock assisted by Colton Lloyd. Back in action in the 2nd period, Alberni Valley scored a couple of goals in the last 5 minutes. Wyatt Selva from Maryna MacDonald and Ezra Paddock from Shaylee McConnell scored to give them a 3 to 1 lead. Alberni popped in another one at the 9:54 mark from Ayden Brosoit assisted by Wyatt Selva. Whitehorse fought back with 2 goals after the 10 minute mark of the 3rd. Johnny Elias from Bryce Anderson and Joseph Stokes brought them within 1. Whitehorse pulled their goalie for the extra attacker trying to get the equalizer. Kyle Hodgson pocketed the empty net goal with 1:12 left in the period. Great hockey to watch.  (Penalty Summary – Alberni had 6 infractions = 12 penalty minutes.  Whitehorse had 3 infractions = 6 penalty minutes.)
Wednesday, March 19th
8:00AM Alberni Valley – 2 Terrace – 4
Both teams came out to play great hockey this morning. Alberni Valley opened the scoring at the 19:24 of the 1st period on a goal from Tynan Smith assisted by Noah Fatur. Terrace came back with a marker at the 11:08 mark on a goal from Gianni Cormano assisted by Sam Reinbolt. They pocketed one more at the 10:53 mark on a goal by Conor Watt assisted by Mason Richey and Terrence O’Brien. Alberni Valley came within one on a goal by Noah Fatur assisted by Ezra Paddock. Exciting hockey throughout the first 2 periods. Great goaltending at both ends. Terrace came out with a quick goal at the 19:40 mark of the 3rd period by Austen McKean assisted by Gregory Kennedy. Alberni Valley kept battling back but couldn’t find the back of the net. Terrace finished off their scoring at the 2:10 mark of the 3rd period on a goal from Nicholas Nordstrom assisted by Jayson Kawinsky. Terrace advances to the finals. Congratulations to both teams for a great game. Well played.  (Penalty Summary – Alberni had 5 infractions = 10 penalty minutes.  Terrace had 6 infractions = 12 penalty minutes.)
Our 2 and 2 record was not good enough to advance unfortunately and the Bantam Bulldogs  finished 5th in the tournament.

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Bantam Tier 4 – at Windemere Valley, BC

Sunday, March 16th
1:30PM Langley – 7   Alberni Valley – 3  
This was a good game although Langley appeared to be the stronger team from the outset. Langley accounted for 14 minutes in penalties to 8 for Alberni Valley. Alberni Valley opened the scoring in the 1st period before Langley tied it before the end of the period. Langley took over with 3 goals in the 2nd period and 3 more in the third before Alberni Valley answered with two at the end of the period. McCarron(2G/1A)and GREEN(2G)led Langley while McCURDY(2G)was Alberni Valley’s leading scorer.  (Foster Martin had 1 goal and 2 assists in this game.)
8:00PM Alberni Valley – 2   Windermere Valley – 7  
This was the feature game of the day as it was right after the opening Ceremony. It was an evenly contested game in the first period but then got a little rough with Alberni Valley accumulating 26 minutes in penalties to Windermere’s 8. Alberni Valley opened the scoring but Windermere replied with 2 goals before the end of the period. Windermere added another goal in the 2nd and Alberni Valley recorded their 2nd goal before the end of the period. Windermere then put the game out of reach with 4 goals in the 3rd period. Windermere’s GUDJONSON again led his team with 3 goals and 3 assists.
Monday, March 17th
5:00PM Alberni Valley – 2 Fraser Lake – 8
At the outset this appeared to have the makings of a close game but Fraser Lake started to take control of the game in the middle of the 1st period and totally dominated the 2nd. Alberni Valley carried the play in the 3rd as Fraser Lake got into penalty trouble, 20 minutes to 10 for Alberni Valley but just could not solve the Fraser Lake goaltender(s). Fraser Lake scored 2 goals in the 1st period, 5 in the 2nd and one more in third with Alberni Valley only able to answer with a goal in each of the 2nd and 3rd periods. LAFFIN(3G)and Nolan NICOL(2G)did most of the damage for Fraser Lake while MARTIN had both goals for Alberni Valley.
Tuesday, March 18th
5:00PM Kamloops – 12 Alberni Valley – 0
This was a one sided game from the outset with Kamloops maintaining complete domination throughout. As a result it got a little ‘chippy’ with Kamloops being assessed 19 minutes in penalties including one major and Alberni Valley receiving 18 minutes which included two majors. Kamloops opened the scoring in the 1st period, added five more in the 2nd and s1x in the 3rd. Alberni Valley had several good scoring opportunities but could not get anything past the Kamloops goaltender. McLEOD(3G), TAPHORN(3G)and PETRIE(3G/1A)led Kamloops in scoring while their goaltender VIRGO registered the shut out.
Wednesday, March 19th
8:00AM Kelowna – 12 Alberni Valley – 2
At the start of this game both teams were playing hard and each had some good scoring chances. It was a cleanly played game with only a total of eight minutes in penalties. Kelowna opened the scoring three minutes into the 1st period and then added a second goal a few minutes later. Alberni Valley scored their first goal two minutes later and the period ended with Kelowna leading 2-1. Kelowna then took control of the game scoring four goals in the 2nd period and six more in the third. Kelowna’s BARTON(2G), GALLAGHER(3G/3A) and FITZGERALD(2G/2A) did most of the scoring damage for their team. To Alberni Valley’s credit, they did not give up as the score increased, maintained their composure and continued to put a good effort forward.

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BANTAM “B” TEAM IN PORTLAND

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Our Subway’s Bantam Tier 4 team left Friday morning on the bus at 8am and arrived in Portland at our hotel at 8:30PM that night..

The format from the tournament was a little different – as there was no ice clean at the 10 minute mark of the 2nd period – we played three 17 minute periods with 1 minute between each period.

Our first game was Saturday morning at 9:50AM with West Sound Warriors vs Alberni Valley Bantam T4 Bulldogs.   We lost with the score, 6 to 1.

 Alberni’s goal scored in the 2nd Period by # 17 Chris O`Laney, assisted by # 49 Matthew Netzer .  Both teams had 10 minutes of penalties.  Player of the Game  was Carter Lee.

At the end of this game we all went to the Outlet Mall Shopping.

Our second game we played Saturday at 8:45 PM with  Tacoma Rockets vs Alberni Valley Bantam T4 Bulldogs.  We lost with the final score, Score 12 to 1.

Tacoma Penalties had 12 minutes, and Alberni had 6 minutes.

Alberni’s goal was scored in the 1st period by # 97 Carter Lee, assisted by #71 Andrew Check and # 74 Cameron McCurdy.

Alberni shots on net = 16; Tacoma shots on net = 49.

Tacoma Rockets are a AAA Team registered in a A Tournament – way out of our calibire but the players played hard from start to finish and played a great game with all considered.

After the game we were home to bed.

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Sunday morning we played at 9:00 AM, Alberni Valley Bantam T4 Bulldogs  vs Vancouver Spirit.  The final score Alberni 6, Vancouver 1 .

First goal of the game was scored byAlberni’s #10 Foster Martin, assisted by #15 Andrew Check and #19 Cameron McCurdy.

In the 2nd Period goals were scored by #8 Hunter White (assisted by #10 Martin and #3 Linden Kailer-Dore).  Alberni’s 3rd goal was scored by #13 Ivan Cheng, assisted by #15 Andrew Check and #5 Jerzy Gus.  Vancouver Spirit Scored at 10:44 of the 2nd period.   Another goal for Alberni’s  #8 Hunter White (assisted by #10 Martin), ending the  2nd Period with a score of Alberni 4, Vancouver 1

3rd Period, #12 Matthew Netzer scores with assists by #10 Martin and #8 White.  Andrew Check scores at 15:13 with assists going to #5 Jerzy Gus and #13 Ivan Cheng .

Penalties:   Alberni had 6 minutes in penalties plus 10 minute Misconduct.  Vancouver had 8 minutes of Penalties.

Alberni’s Shots on Net = 46 and  Vancouver shots on Net = 25.  Player of the game Hunter White.

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After the game some took the Max to downtown Portland – some to the mall but a lot of the kids stayed and watched the SeaHawks Football Game..

After the round robin we ended up 5th – which put us in a consolation game that night..

We played our last game Sunday night at 8:45 PM, with Alberni Valley Bantam T4 Bulldogs  vs Vancouver.  We won the game with a score of 4 to 1.

#15 Andrew Check started the scoring with a goal scored at 12:43 of the 1st Period, assisted by#17 Chris O`Laney.  A power play goal was scored by #13 Ivan Cheng, assisted by #15 Check and #12 Netzer.

In the 2nd Period, an even strength goal was scored by #12 Matthew Netzer with the assist going to #19 Cameron MCCurdy.

At 7:16 of the 3rd Period, #15 Check scored a power play goal with the assist from #12 Netzer .Vancouver’s only goal was scored in the 1st period

This was a very high strung heated game.  The Alberni coaches called a time out to bring the focus back into its players.

Penalties in the game:  Alberni had 25 minutes in penalties including a 10 minute misconduct and a player thrown out of the game.

Vancouver had 49:00 Minutes of Penalties and had 2 players thrown from the game..

Shots on net by Alberni = 15.  Shots on net by Vancouver = 23.

So we placed 5th overall in the “A” side of the tournament.

The bus left Monday morning at 7 AM and we stopped at Cabela`s and Tulalip and the kids enjoyed an hour there before boarding the bus and heading to the border..

We arrived back at the Multi-Plex at 6:00 PM.  A great time with great memories was had by all…

Thank You to our Sponsors – Subway, Clam Bucket, Jal Designs and AAA Photography..

We will be starting the playoffs on Feb 1st and we are getting ready for the Tier 4 BC Provincials Championships that will be held starting March 16th in Windermere BC..