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Dec. 27-30, 2018 Bantam T2-3 Holiday Tourney


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Teams (5)

Alberni Valley – Juan de Fuca – Nanaimo – Sooke – TriPort

Standings

Alberni      0 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 
Juan de Fuca 0 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 
Nanaimo      0 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 
Sooke        0 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 
Tri Port     0 + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0

Game Schedule

all 12 games played on the Weyerhaeuser Arena 
Thu. Dec. 27th 
 1  8:30-10:30 am Nanaimo     Tri Port 
 2 10:45-12:45 pm Alberni*    Juan de F 
 3  1:00-3:00  pm Nanaimo     Sooke 
 4  3:15-5:15  pm Tri Port    Juan de F 
 5  5:30-7:30  pm Alberni*    Sooke 
Fri. Dec. 28th 
 6  8:30-10:30 am Juan de F   Sooke 
 7 10:45-12:45 pm Alberni*    Tri Port 
 8  1:00-3:00  pm Juan de F   Nanaimo 
 9  3:15-5:15  pm Sooke       Tri Port 
10  5:30-7:30  pm Alberni*    Nanaimo 
Sat. Dec. 29th 
11 10:00-12:00 pm 3rd        4th 
12 12:15-2:15  pm 1st        2nd

Highlights

(* Alberni games only)

Team Photos

 

Sponsors & Contributors

 

Tournament Director

Kathy McArthur – mcarthurkathy15@gmail.com

 

Tournament Rules

2018 Bantam Holiday Classic Tournament Rules


2017 Bantam Tier 2-3 Holiday Tourney

Alberni Valley Minor Hockey welcomes you to the

Pacific Chevrolet Bantam Tournament


Team Standings:

(points after 9 / 9 games played)

  • Alberni Valley T3   2 + 2 + 0 = 4 pts. 3rd FINAL BRONZE
  • Juan de Fuca T2     0 + 0 + 2 = 2 pts. 4th
  • Victoria RC T2      2 + 0 + 0 = 2 pts. 5th
  • Comox T1            0 + 2 + 2 = 4 pts. 2nd FINAL GOLD
  • North Island T2     2 + 2 + 2 = 6 pts. 1st FINAL SILVER
  • Kerry Park T3       0 + 0 + 0 = 0 pts. 6th

Thursday Dec. 28
Game # - Start Time - Rink - Home - Score - Visitor - Score
     1    1:00-3:00 pm   W   ALBERNI      2 JUAN DE FUCA  1
     2    3:15-5:15 pm   W   VICTORIA RC  4 KERRY PARK    2
     3    5:30-7:30 pm   W   COMOX        3 NORTH ISLAND  5
Friday Dec. 29
Game # - Start Time - Rink - Home - Score - Visitor - Score
     4    8:00-10:00 am  C   JUAN DE FUCA 1 NORTH ISLAND  2
     5    8:30-10:30 am  W   KERRY PARK   5 COMOX        12 
     6   10:45-12:45 pm  W   ALBERNI      8 VICTORIA RC   1
     7    1:00-3:00  pm  W   NORTH ISLAND 7 KERRY PARK    5
     8    3:15-5:15  pm  W   ALBERNI      2 COMOX         4
     9    5:30-7:30  pm  W   JUAN DE FUCA 6 VICTORIA RC   2
Saturday Dec. 30
Game # - Start Time - Rink - Home - Score - Visitor - Score
     10   8:00-10:00 am  W   1ST-N.ISLAND 7 4TH-JUAN DE F 2 (SEMI A)
     11   8:15-10:15 am  C   2ND-COMOX    4 3RD-ALBERNI   1 (SEMI B)
     12  10:15-12:15 pm  W   5TH-VICTORIA 2 6TH-KERRY PK  7 (CONSOLATION)
     13  12:30-2:30  pm  C   G#10-ALBERNI 5 G#11-JUAN DF  1 (BRONZE)
     14  12:45-2:45  pm  W   G#10-N.ISL.  4 G#11-COMOX    6 (GOLD)

Game Highlights:

(Details of the Alberni games and the Finals will be posted here.)

Thu. Dec. 28 – Game 1 – (1:00 pm) Alberni Valley vs Juan de Fuca

1st Period – First and only goal scored in the period was from Alberni’s #18 Jackson McKean, unassisted.  (Alberni 1, Juan de Fuca 0).

2nd Period – The only goal in the period was scored by Alberni’s #18 Jackson McKean, assisted by #9 Isaac Jack.  (Alberni 2, Juan de Fuca 0).

3rd Period – Juan de Fuca scores at with 7:52 left in the period with a goal from #77 Jacob Moody, assisted by #44 Brayden Hepburn and #90 Alex Orr.  Final score – Alberni 2, Juan de Fuca 1.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 6 penalties totalling 12 minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 7 penalties, totalling 27 minutes.


Fri. Dec. 29 – Game 6 (10:45 am) – Alberni Valley vs Victoria Racquet Club

1st Period – The only goal scored in the period was at 11:15 by Alberni #14 Brett MacLean, with assists from #18 Jackson McKean & #17 Noah Braiden.  Score at the end of the period, Alberni 1, Victoria 0.

2nd Period – Alberni starts the period with a goal at 17:50 scored by #8 Blake Power, assisted by #3 Blake Moore.  Comox scores at 17:25 with a goal from #10 Jackson Campbell, with assists from #16 Michael Reid and #18 Beckett Della Siega.  Alberni returns with another goal from #8 Blake Power, unassisted.  With 4:23 left in the period, Alberni #18 Jackson McKean scores an unassisted goal.  Score at the end of the 2nd period, Alberni 4, Comox 1.

3rd Period –  There was no scoring by Comox.  Alberni goals started at 18:41 with #3 Blake Moore scoring and assisted by #8 Blake Power & #12 Ethan Aston.  At 11:48, #14 Brett Maclean scored with assists from #17 Noah Braiden & #18 Jackson McKean.  At 5:15, #8 Blake Power scored his hat trick with an assist from #3 Blake Moore.  Final goal of the game was scored at 3:43 when #14 Brett Maclean scored his hat trick, unassisted.  The final score was Alberni 8, Comox 1.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 3 penalties = 6 penalty minutes.  Comox had 5 penalties = 10 penalty minutes.

Player Awards – Alberni #17 Noah Braiden won the Digger award and #8 Blake Power was Alberni’s MVP.  Comox #19 Donovan Cramb won the Digger award and #6 Sam Strother was Comox’s MVP.


Fri. Dec. 29 – Game 8 (3:15 pm) – Alberni Valley vs Comox

1st Period – First goal of the game was scored 13:04 by Comox #12 Tait Howell, assisted by  #17 Caleb Gadd & #22 Nolan Banks.  Comox scored again at 8:41 with an unassisted goal from #18 Owen Chatterson.  Alberni gets on the scoreboard at 3:34 with a goal from #18 Jackson McKean, assisted by #14 Brett MacLean & 16 Holden Fraser.  Score at the end of the 1st period, Alberni 1, Comox 2.

2nd Period – Comox opened up the period with a goal at 19:16 scored by #19 Myles Douglas, assisted by #4 Logan Walker and #6 Thomas Plant.  Comox scores again at 6:27 with a goal from #12 Tait Howell, assisted by #17 Caleb Gadd & #22 Nolan Banks.  Score at the end of the 2nd period, Alberni 1, Comox 4.

3rd Period – Alberni had the only goal in the period at 14:04, scored by #14 Brett MacLean, assisted by #12 Ethan Aston.  Final Score – Alberni 2, Comox 4.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 2 penalties = 4 penalty minutes.  Comox had 4 penalties = 8 penalty minutes.

Player Awards – Alberni #7 Allan Lloyd won the Digger Award and #12 Ethan Aston was Alberni’s MVP.  Comox #4 Logan Walker won the Digger Award and #18 Owen Chatterson was Comox’s MVP.


Dec. 30 – Game 11 (8:15 am) – Comox vs Alberni

1st Period – Comox scores at 9:45 with a goal from #22 Nolan Banks, with assists from #17 Caleb Gadd and #12 Tait Howell.  With 45 seconds left to play in the period, Comox #14 Owen Crouse scores an unassisted goal.  The score is Comox 2, Alberni 0.

2nd Period – Comox continues to score with #22 Nolan Banks goal at 15:29, assisted by #5 Josh Negenman.  Comox scores again at 8:45 with a goal from #12 Tait Howell, assisted by #17 Caleb Gadd & #22 Nolan Banks.  The score is Comox 4, Alberni 0.

3rd Period – Alberni leaves it to 1:50 left on the clock to score a goal from #3 Blake Moore, assisted by #17 Noah Braiden.  Final score – Comox 4, Alberni 1.

Penalty Summary – Comox had 12 penalties = 34 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 2 penalties = 4 penalty minutes.


Dec. 30 – Game 13 (12:30 pm) – Bronze medal game

1st Period – Alberni scores the first goal at 11:12 by #14 Brett MacLean, with assists from #19 Grayson Erickson and #17 Noah Braiden.  Alberni scores again at 8:46 with a power play goal from #19 Grayson Erickson, assisted by #9 Isaac Jack and #16 Holden Fraser.  The score is Alberni 2, Juan de Fuca 0.

2nd Period – The only goal scored in the period was on the power play by Alberni’s #14 Brett MacLean with assists from #19 Grayson Erickson and #17 Noah Braiden.  The score is Alberni 3, Juan de Fuca 0.

3rd Period – Alberni continues with a goal at 18:27 from #8 Blake Power, assisted by #3 Blake Moore and #19 Grayson Erickson.  Juan de Fuca scores their first goal at 12:45 by #27 Braydon Pinzarrone with assists from #77 Jacob Moody and #10 Ryan Johnson.  The final goal was scored by Alberni’s #9 Isaac Jack on the power play at 8:18, assisted by #10 Chase Nicklin and #8 Blake Power.  Final score is Alberni 5, Juan de Fuca 1.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 8 penalties = 16 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 9 penalties = 26 penalty minutes.

Dec. 30 – Game 14 (12:45 pm) – Gold medal game

1st Period – North Island scores at 5:59 on the power play goal of #11 Cole Klughart with assists from #10 Ethan Bono and #12 Joey Grant.  Comox comes on the scoreboard with a goal at 4:04 from #12 Tait Howell, assisted by #17 Caleb Gadd.  Comox scores again at 1:41 with a goal from #2 Austin Parsons, assisted by #22 Nolan Banks.  The score is North Island 1, Comox 2.

2nd Period – Comox adds to their lead with a goal at 16:32 from #19 Myles Douglas, assisted by #22 Nolan Banks & #4 Logan Walker.  At 14:09 Comox #4 Logan Walker scores with an assist from #19 Myles Douglas.  Comox continues with a goal from #19 Myles Douglas at 11:03, assisted by #6 Thomas Plant and #4 Logan Walker.  North Island returns with a goal at 10:18 from #12 Joey Grant, assisted by #10 Ethan Bono.  North Island’s #7 Tynan Klein-Beekman scores a goal at 9:29 assisted by #12 Joey Grant.  At the end of the period, the score is North Island 3, Comox 5.

3rd Period – Comox scored at 12:44 with a goal from #17 Caleb Gadd, assisted by #16 Rochelle Hopkins and #24 Wyatt Fowler.  The final goal was on a power play at 5:55 when North Island #14 Tyler Roper scores with assists from #7 Tynan Klein-Beekman and #10 Ethan Bono.  Final Score – North Island 4, Comox 6.

Penalty Summary – North Island had 4 penalties = 10 penalty minutes.  Comox had 8 penalties = 24 penalty inutes.

GOLD MEDAL – COMOX              SILVER MEDAL – NORTH ISLAND


Team Rosters:ALBERNI VALLEY BANTAM BULLDOGS

1-Quintin George, 2-Chantz Nicklin, 3-Blake Moore, 4-Malika McDonald, 
5-Robbie Steel, 7-Allan Lloyd, 8-Blake Power, 9-Isaac Jack, 10-Chase Nicklin, 
11-Aaron Torfs, 12-Ethan Aston, 14-Brett Maclean, 16-Holden Fraser, 
17-Noah Braiden, 18-Jackson McKean, 21-Owen King.

COMOX VALLEY BANTAM CHIEFS
22 Banks Nolan | 18 Chatterson Owen | 14 Crouse Owen |19 Douglas Myles | 
24 Fowler Wyatt | 17 Gadd Caleb | 16 Hopkins Rochelle | 12 Howell Tait | 
3 Lally Ryder | 2 Montgomery-Parsons Austin | Negenman Josh |6 Plant Thomas
11 Richards Kayden | 1 Shepherd Kody | 8 Toomer Henry | Tricket Chay | 
4 Walker Logan | 9 Weaver Dalton

 JUAN DE FUCA BANTAM GRIZZLIES
6-Kyle McClelland, 7-Sophia Adamek, 19-Zac Belusic, 21-Wyatt Pickup
77-Jacob Moody, 89-Alex Orr, 4-Kieran Sawyer, 5-Noah Burdg
8-Aiden Walters, 9-Kevin Wolfe, 10-Ryan Johnson, 16-Nathan Bouveur
17-Isaac Salvador Brown, 18-Ethan Burke, 27-Braydon Pinzarrone
44-Brayden Hepburn, 66-Una Vander Linger, 1-Alex Kozinka, 33- Andrew Brabender

KERRY PARK BANTAM ISLANDERS
41-Ben Wright, 1-Tyler Friesen, 35-Josh Anzarut, 17-Caden Gendall, 
7-Tobin Bergman, 4-Josh McDonald, 43-Evan Astleford, 3-Adam Hyde Lay, 
21-Jackson Escott, 22-Jackson Owen, 24-Rory Sinden, 26-Amia La Roy, 
15-Zachary Pearson, 42-Nolan Philp, 9-Ben Calabrase, 11-Ted Hanson

VICTORIA RACQUET CLUB BANTAM KINGS
01 CSAKY-SCHWEDE NOAH | 02 MALINOWSKI JAYDON | 04 ROSENBLOOD TRISTAN | 
05 CROWLE HUNTER | 06 STROTHER SAM | 07 NICOLSON BRENDAN | 08 BROWN BOWEN | 
09 FARQUHAR CAYLEM | 10 CAMPBELL JACKSON | 11 PILKINGTON TY | 
12 LE CORRE-TAYLOR SAWYER |15 HOWARD BENEDIKT | 16 REID MICHAEL | 
17 DILLON JAXON | 18 DELLA SIEGA BECKETT | 19 CRAMB DONOVAN | 31 SYTSMA WILLEM.

NORTH ISLAND BANTAM EAGLES
1-Griffin HANDLEY, 2-Connor VAN WILL, 4-Koen HARWOOD, 6-Evan WIGHTON, 
7-Tynan KLEIN-BEEKMAN, 8-Skyler EVANS, 9-Mannie BROWNE, 10-Ethan BONO, 
11-Cole KLUGHART, 12-Joey GRANT, 14-Tyler ROPER, 15-Chelsea NOEL, 
16-David KLATT, 17-Keenan SAUNDERS, 19-Daunte MCKINNEY, 27-Tristan MARDELL.

Alberni Valley Bantam T3 Team Sponsors:

 

 


Tournament Sponsors:

We would like to thank the many contributors, sponsors & volunteers that make this event a success.

Arbutus RV * Home Hardware * Parksville Boat House * Dolans * Pete’s Mountain Meats * Port Alberni Port Authority * Port Boat House * Alberni Chrysler


Tournament Director:

Tyler & Kellie Steel – tk.steel@shaw.ca


2017-18 Competitive & Develop. Team STANDINGS

Alberni Valley Midget Bulldogs

SPONSORS – Van Isle Ford – Bowerman Contracting

VIAHA Midget -Island League Div. 1 – Standings

VIAHA Midget – Island League Div. 2 – Game Schedule & Scores


Alberni Valley Bantam Bulldogs

SPONSORS – Pacific Chevrolet – JAL Designs – Tremblay Orthodontics

VIAHA Bantam – Island League Div. 2 – Standings

VIAHA Bantam – Island League Div. 2 – Game Schedule & Scores


Alberni Valley Peewee Bulldogs

SPONSORS – Alberni Chrysler – Smitty’s Restaurant – Best Western Plus Barclay Hotel

VIAHA Peewee – Island League Div. 2 – Standings

VIAHA Peewee – Island League Div. 2 – Game Schedule & Scores


Alberni Valley Atom Development Bulldogs

SPONSORS – J. Salmon Contracting – Alberni Toyota – Harbour View Collision – AAA Photography

VIAHA Atom Development Team – Div.2 – Standings

VIAHA Atom Development Team – Div.2 – Game Schedule & Scores


2017 VIAHA League & Playoff News

VIAHA Island League schedule of 12 games has been completed.

  • Midget VanIsle Ford Bulldogs win Division 1 1st place banner.  They went on to win the Tier 3 Island Championship and going to Terrace for the BC Championships.
  • Bantam Pacific Chevrolet Bulldogs place 2nd in Division 3
  • Peewee Alberni Chrysler/Best Western Hotel Bulldogs place 2nd in Div. 2.  They went on to capture the Tier 3 Island Championship and heading to Dawson Creek for the BC Championships.

AVMHA President presents banner to Peewee Bulldogs.

 

Atom Development Team captured the VIAHA Atom Development Playoff Champions banner.   Our Atom Bulldogs  played in Div. 3 and placed 2nd in the 12 league games played.

Alberni Toyota – AAA Photography – J. Salmon Contracting – Atom Development Bulldogs win the Island Playoff Championship of Atom Development teams.
Recreational League play continues until March 5th.    Only our Atom (AV2 Silver) team made playoffs set to play March 11-12th in the VIAHA Mid Island Recreational League.

AV News Sports Story published Jan 26/17. http://www.albernivalleynews.com/sports/411893846.html


2016 Bantam T2-3 Holiday Tourney Dec. 28-30

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7  Team Tournament – 16 games

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Standings

11 of 11 games played – Final Medal Placement

  • Alberni Valley + 2 + 0 + 2 = 4 - 3rd - BRONZE
  • Juan de Fuca   + 1 + 2 + 0 = 3 - 4th
  • Nanaimo        + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 - 7th
  • North Island   + 2 + 2 + 2 = 6 - 1st - GOLD
  • Kerry Park     + 1 + 0 + 2 = 3 - 5th  
  • Saanich        + 2 + 2 + 0 = 4 - 2nd - SILVER
  • Comox          + 0 + 0 + 0 = 0 - 7th

Game Schedule:

view &/or print .pdf      Tournament Game Schedule & Standings


Game Reports/Summary:

(Detailed game reports for Alberni games and Finals only)

Wed. Dec. 28th

Game 1 – 12:00 pm – Alberni – 9 vs Nanaimo – 1

1st Period– Alberni scores at 12:26 with a goal from #7 Kollin Walker, assisted by #15 Kobe Bos Solda and #8 Bobby McKenzie.  Nanaimo’s only goal was scored at 8:07 by #48 Talon Backmann, unassisted.  Alberni returns at 5:05 with a powerplay goal from #10 Carson Steel, assisted by #5 Zack Ursel.  Alberni’s third goal was scored at 3:07 by #18 Tanner Clydesdale on the powerplay, with assists from #5 Ursel and #11 Ethan Aston.  The score – Alberni 3, Nanaimo 1.

2nd Period – Alberni goes on to score 3 goals in the period.  At 16:44, #5 Ursel’s goal was unassisted.  At 7:35, #12 Chase Shiner’s goal was assisted by #10 Steel and #5 Ursel.  With 35 seconds on the clock, #5 Ursel scores an unassisted goal.  The score – Alberni 6, Nanaimo 1.

3rd Period – Another 3 goals from Alberni.  At 18:55 and 14:27, #5 Ursel scores goals with an assist from #7 Walker.  At 5:07, #15 Kobe Bos Solda scores the final goal on a powerplay with assists from #11 Aston and #7 Bos-Solda.  Final score – Alberni 9, Nanaimo 1.

Penalty Summary – Both teams served 10 minutes in penalties, each.

Players of the Game –  Alberni Bulldog #5 Zach Ursel and Nanaimo Clipper #48 Talon Backmann.


Game 2 – 2:15 pm – Juan de Fuca 5  vs Kerry Park 5

Penalty Summary – Juan de Fuca had 4 penalty minutes.  Kerry Park had 8 penalty minutes

Players of the Game – Juan de Fuca #8 Gaetz Barrie.  Kerry Park #18 Tyler McCarthy


Game 3 – 4:30 pmComox 2 vs North Island 10

Penalty Summary – Comox had 4 penalty minutes.  North Island had 12 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Comox #6 Cole Barker.  North Island #8 Payton Laming


Game 4 –  6:45 pm – Alberni 2 vs Saanich 6

1st Period –  Saanich starts the scoring at 9:23 with a goal from #7 Kieran Strange, assisted by #21 Owen Cox & #8 Jacob Batson.  Alberni scores at 7:21 with a goal from #10 Carson Steel, assisted by #12 Chase Shiner and #15 Kobe Bos-Solda.  Alberni takes the lead at 4:02 when #5 Zack Ursel scores a goal with assists from #19 Isaac Jack and #11 Ethan Aston.  The score – Alberni 2, Saanich 1.

2nd Period – Saanich goals came from #12 Brodie Cote, assisted by #7 Strange at 12:50.  It was followed by the goal from #10 Zack Lozman at 10:36, assisted by #20 Joel Tudor.  The score – Alberni 2, Saanich 3.

3rd Period –  Saanich continues on with a goal at 12:30 from #16 Aiden Watson.  At 7:27 Saanich #18 Caeden Bourne scores with the assist from #16 Watson.  Final goal of the game was scored by Saanich #10 Lozman, unassisted at 4:22.  The final score – Alberni 2, Saanich 6.

Penalty Summary – Each team served 4 minutes in penalties.

Players of the Game – Alberni #7 Kollin Walker and Saanich #9 Carson MacDonald


Game 5 –  7:00 pm – Nanaimo 2 vs Juan de Fuca 11

Penalty Summary– Nanaimo had 18 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 12 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Nanaimo #53 Darius Jack and Juan de Fuca #16 Keegan Hall


Thu. Dec. 29th

Game 6 – 8:30 am – North Island 8 vs Kerry Park 3

Penalty Summary– North Island had 6 penalty minutes.  Kerry Park had 14 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – North Island #7 Tynan Kleen Beekman and Kerry Park #17 Josh McDonald


Game 7 – 8:45 am – Saanich 12 vs Comox 3

Penalty Summary– Saanich had 6 penalty minutes.  Comox had 4 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Saanich # 10 Zach Losman and Comox #8 Tyler Mancuso


Game 8 – 10:45 am – Alberni 5 vs Juan de Fuca 3

1st Period – Alberni started off the scoring at 14:18 with a goal from #10 Carson Steel, assisted by #17 Noah Braiden.  Juan de Fuca #87 scores an unassisted goal at 4:19.  The score – Alberni 1, Juan de Fuca 1.

2nd Period –  Alberni scores at 9:54 with an unassisted goal from #7 Kollin Walker.  The score – Alberni 2, Juan de Fuca 1.

3rd Period – Alberni #10 Steel scores a power play goal at 17:35 with assists from #5 Zach Ursel and #12 Chase Shiner.   At 14:49 Juan de Fuca #8 Gaetz Barrie scores a goal with an assist from #16 Keegan Hall.  Alberni returns at 9:33 with an unassisted goal from #7 Walker.  At 8:38 Alberni #19 Isaac Jack scores a goal with an assist from #15 Kobe Bos-Solda.  The final goal of the game was scored at 7:19 by Juan de Fuca #10 Zosia Adamek, with an assist from #8 Gaetz Barrie.  Final score – Alberni 5, Juan de Fuca 3.

Penalty Summary– Alberni had 16 penalty minutes.  Juan de Fuca had 14 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Alberni Goalie #34 Tristen Gortan and Juan de Fuca #10 Zosia Adamek


Game 9 – 2:15 pm – Nanaimo 3 vs North Island 7

Penalty Summary – Nanaimo had 16 penalty minutes.  North Island had 10 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Nanaimo #1 Hayden Christiansen and North Island #12 Joey Grant


Game 10 – 4:00 pm – Kerry Park 4 vs Saanich

Penalty Summary – Kerry Park had 14 penalty minutes.  Saanich had 18 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Kerry Park #2 Aidan Parsons and Saanich #20 Joel Tudor


Game 11 – 4:30 pm – Alberni 6 vs Comox 3

(due to the uneven # of teams in the tournament, Alberni is playing this 4th game but will not count any points in the Standings.)

1st period – Alberni took a strong lead in the game with 3 goals in the period.  Goals at 14:23 and 10:53 were scored by #8 Bobby McKenzie, with an assist from #5 Zack Ursel.  At 7:15, Alberni #18 Tanner Clydesdale scores a goal with an assist from #11 Ethan Aston.  Score – Alberni 3, Comox 0

2nd period – Comox comes on the scoreboard at 3:09 with an unassisted goal from #17 Owen Chatterson.  Score – Alberni 3, Comox 1.

3rd period – At 16:46, Alberni #5 Ursel, scores an unassisted goal.  Comox returns to score a goal at 14:48 by #15 Nolan Banks, assisted by #17 Owen Chatterson and #11 Aidan Kearns.  With 11 minutes left to play, Comox #17 Chatterson, scores an unassisted goal. Alberni continues to score with an unassisted power play goal from #5 Ursel at 7:47.  The final goal of the game was a power play goal at 4:32 scored by #15 Kobe Bos-Solda, assisted by #12 Chase Shiner.  Final Score – Alberni 6, Comox 3

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 4 penalty minutes.  Comox had 12 penalty minutes.

Player of the Game – Alberni #12 Chase Shiner and Comox #24 Tyler Murray.


Fri. Dec. 30th

Game 12 – 7:45 am – (2nd) Saanich 3 vs (3rd) Alberni 2 – SEMI FINAL

1st period – Saanich scores at 5:52 with a goal from #12 Brodie Cote, assisted by #21 Owen Cox.  At 3:30 Saanich #18 Caeden Bourne scores an unassisted goal.  Score – Saanich 2, Alberni 0.

2nd period – Saanich scores their third goal of the game at 15:54 with an unassisted goal from #9 Carson MacDonald.  Score – Saanich 3, Alberni 0.

3rd period – Alberni came on the scoreboard at 7:04 with a goal from #8 Bobby McKenzie, unassisted.  The final goal of the game was scored at 4:16 by Alberni #15 Kobe Bos Solda, unassisted.  Final Score – Saanich 3, Alberni 2.

Penalty Summary – Saanich had 12 penalty minutes.  Alberni had 14 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Saanich #31 Dustin Huguelet and Alberni #10 Carson Steel


Game 13 – 8:00 am – (4th) Juan de Fuca 2 vs (5th) Kerry Park 3 – SEMI FINAL

Penalty Summary – Juan de Fuca had 10 penalty minutes.  Kerry Park had 14 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – TBA

(Winner – Kerry Park – advances to the Bronze medal game at 12:30 pm)

 


Game 14 – 10:00 am – (6th) Comox 2 vs (7th) Nanaimo 7  CONSOLATION

Penalty Summary – Comox had 10 penalty minutes.  Nanaimo had 34 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Comox #10 Kyle McCallum and Nanaimo #40 Justin Walker


Gold Medal Game

Game 1512:15 pm – (1st)North Island 5 vs Saanich 0

1st Period – North Island #8 Payton Laming scored the first goal at 4:20 with assists from #19 Luke Gage and #10 Braden Walkus.  At 3:01, North Island #7 Tynan Klein-Beekman scored an unassisted goal.  Score – North Island 2, Saanich 0.

2nd Period – No scoring in the period.

3rd Period – North Island #7 Klein-Beekman scores at 8:12 with an assist from #19 Gage.  At 2:04, North Island #8 Laming scores an unassisted goal.  The final goal was scored at 1:44 by #27 Liem Wadhams, with an assist from #10 Walkus.  Final score – North Island 5, Saanich 0.

Penalty Summary – Each team had 6 penalty minutes in the game.

Players of the Game – North Island #1 Alan Townsend and Saanich #16 Aiden Watson


Bronze Medal Game

Game 16 – 12:30 pmAlberni 6 vs Kerry Park 5 BRONZE

1st Period – Kerry Park #12 Robert Geldast scores at goal at 12:49 with an assist from #2 Aiden Larsens.  Kerry Park scores again at 11:31 with a goal from #5 Wade Mason, assisted by #24 Tobin Bergman.  Score – Alberni 0, Kerry Park 2.

2nd Period – Alberni did all the scoring in this period with #10 Carson Steel’s goals at 15:00 and 2:48 on the power play.  Assists came from #5 Zack Ursel and #7 Kollin Walker.  Score – Alberni 2, Kerry Park 2.

3rd Period – Alberni’s #10 Steel gets a hat trick with a power play goal at 15:15, assisted by #11 Ethan Aston.  Kerry Park returns at 11:17 with an unassisted goal from #5 Wade Mason.  Alberni scores at 10:02 with a power play goal from #7 Walker, assisted by #15 Kobe Bos-Solda.  Alberni scores at 8:54 with another power play goal from #7 Walker, assisted by #12 Chase Shiner. Kerry Park #5 Mason, earns a hat trick with a power play goal at 7:42 assisted by #42 Zach Pearson.  At 5:39 Kerry Park #24 Bergman scores an unassisted goal and the game is tied at 5 a piece at the end of the 3rd period.

4th Period – (Overtime) Alberni’s #7 Kollin Walker earns a hat trick and wins the game at 2:32 with his goal, assisted by #5 Zack Ursel.  Final score:  Alberni 6, Kerry Park 5.

Penalty Summary – Alberni had 6 penalty minutes.  Kerry Park had 24 penalty minutes.

Players of the Game – Alberni #1 Quinton George and Kerry Park #42 Zach Pearson 


Teams:

ALBERNI – 1-Quinton George, 4-Mason Maddison, 5-Zack Ursel, 7-Kollin Walker, 8-Bobby McKenzie, 10-Carson Steel, 11-Ethan Aston, 12-Chase Shiner, 14-Brett Maclean, 15- Kobe Bos Solda, 16-Logan Rozwadowski, 17-Noah Braiden, 18-Tanner Clydesdale, 19-Isaac Jack.

COMOX – 1-Noah Gendron, 4-Wyatt Fowler, 6-Cole Barker, 7-Keegan Slater, 8-Tyler Mancuso, 5-Aidan Kearns, 12-Luke Sample, 15-Nolan Banks, 16 Cole Poje, 17-Owen Chatterson, 19-Calum Barr, 24-Tyler Murray, 9-Josh Negenman.

JUAN DE FUCA – 10-Zosia Adamek, 8-Gaetz Barrie, 21-Zac Belusic, 17-Joel Blocklaws, 18-Xander Blackstock, 33-Bryce Carroll, 1-Ben Edwards, 6-Tyson Frick, 19-Kaden Granberg, 16-Keegan Hall, 44-Jack McNabb, 9-Noah Manning, 7-Jacob Popadynec, 77-Thomas Quealey, 5-Aiden Walters, 87-Nathan Bouveur.

KERRY PARK – 35-Joshua Anzarut, 24-Tobin Bergman, 9-Haden Bowers, 40-Dawsen Foreman, 16-Tyson Fox, 21-Colton Gareau, 12-Robert Geldart, 19-Spencer Hall, 26-Amia La Roy, 5-Wade Mason, 18-Tyler McCarthy, 2-Aidan Parsons, 42-Zachary Pearson, 41-Cole Porter, 17-Josh McDonald.

NANAIMO – 1-Hayden Christianson, 48-Talon Backmann, 52-Wyatt Cameron, 54-Ethan Dugan, 44-Logan Goddy, 43-Ethan Gottschlich, 53-Darius Jack, 47-Mason Johnston, 58-Colson Newton, 55-Tanner Ollech, 45-Austin Udle, 42-Carter Vande Kamp, 51-Andrew Wilson, 56-Colby Young, 57-Ewan Ackroyd-Wiper, 50-Bruce Avender.

NORTH ISLAND – 1-Alan Townsend, 11-Kai Cyr, 19-Luke Gage, 12-Joey Grant, 4-Koen Harwood, 14-Keenan Jack, 7-Tynan Klein Beekman, 8-Payton Laming, 15-Chelsea Noel, 18-Ryan Patterson, 16-Alex Rutherford, 17-Keenan Saunders, 9-Connor Van Will, 27-Liem Wadhams, 10-Braden Walkus.

SAANICH – 31-Dustin Huguelet, 8-Jacob Batson, 18-Caeden Bourne, 12-Brodie Cote, 21-Owen Cox, 4-Evan Loucks, 10-Zack Lozman, 9-Carson MacDonald, 6-Tyler Kakatsu, 11-Gursean Pandher, 17-Amelia Shahi, 7-Kieran Strange, 20-Joel Tudor, 16-Aiden Watson, 19-Jack Westhaver.

 


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Thank You!

We would like to thank all our sponsors, contributors, donors, supporters, etc. for their generous contributions to our tournament.

West Coast Prep CampNicklin Waste DisposalTyler’s No FrillsTim HortonsEdge of Excellence HockeyBowerman Excavating  ~ Arbutus RVOcean Village ResortSee Group of CompaniesCypress RestaurantEM SalonSolda’s RestaurantParksville Boat HousePacific Waters Sportfishing Westwind PubSlammers GymSmitty’s RestaurantBoston Pizza ~ J & L Drive InLB WoodchoppersJamie’s Rainforest InnBlue Marlin InnSugar ShackDorothy Maxwell – Epicure ~ Studio HJim LawsonTreasure ChestJay’s Lace it UpBailey Graham – ScentsyDairy QueenMarks Work Wear HouseTimberlodge Semhi SushiSubway

 

Tournament Director:  Stefanie Weber  s-weber@shaw.ca  250-735-0766

Thanks to Stefanie for relaying the updated information on this webpage.


2016-2017 Competitive & Development Teams

Competitive Teams Coordinator:

Stefanie Weber  s-weber@shaw.ca   250-735-0766

 

Team Coaches for the 2016/2017 season:

  • Team – Coach – Asst. Coach – Managers
  • Midget – Jamie Wasylien – Jordan Hamilton, Graham Milton – Mary Anne Sabiston
  • Bantam – Dave Porter – Turner Popoff, Keenan O’Connell – Stefanie Weber
  • Peewee – Kevin Erickson – Steve Bilodeau, John MacDonald – Sophia Torfs
  • Atom Development – Mike Souchuck – Keith Austin, Jamie Ralston – Jen O’Connell

September – October:

  • Placement Games every weekend (except Thanksgiving) to determine the tier for league play
  • Island League starts October 29th
  • Oct. 7-10th Thanksgiving Tournaments – Atom Dev. & Peewee T2-3

Island League Competitive (Rep) Team Playoffs

 

Info from VIAHA website:

Island League Playoffs – Round Robin

Midget T3 and Midget T4   
- Midget T3 League Standings:  http://viaha.org/island/midget/standings-Midget-Div1-Island.php
- Midget T4 League Standings:  http://viaha.org/island/midget/standings-Midget-Div3-Island.php
- Midget T3 playoffs:  http://viaha.org/island/midget/playoff-T3-North.php


Both Midget Teams are off to BC Provincial Championships in March 2016.

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Midget Tier 3 – VanIsle Ford – West Coast Cutting & Coring

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Midget Tier 4 – Bowerman Excavating – AAA Photography




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- Bantam T3 League Standings:  http://viaha.org/island/bantam/standings-Bantam-Div3-Island.php
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- Bantam T3 Playoffs:  http://viaha.org/island/bantam/playoff-T3-North.php

PeeWee T3  
- Peewee T3 League Standings:  http://viaha.org/island/peewee/standings-PeeWee-Div3-Island.php


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Pacific Chevrolet Bantam Bulldogs – League Champions


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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2015-16 Team Photos – Competitive


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…)


2015 AVMHA Awards Banquet

 

Award Presentation Summary

Mites – 20 players received medal & mini hockey stick from Tim Horton’s sponsor of Tim Bits

(Novice – 40 players – 3 teams, will have there award presentation & banquet on March 28th.)

Atom Development Team – Bulldogs

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Blake Moore
  • Most Improved – Holden Fraser
  • Most Dedicated – Evan May

Atom (AtoMc) Bullfrogs

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Cam McArthur
  • Most Improved – Trey Lightburn
  • Most Dedicated – Cole Kenzie

Atom (AtoMc) Cougars

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Kai Bray
  • Most Improved – Ryshard Pouliot
  • Most Dedicated – Mason Cannon

PeeWee Bulldogs

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Logan Rozwadowski
  • Most Improved – Brayden Johnson
  • Most Dedicated – Carson Steel

PeeWee Blazers

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Ty Vallee
  • Most Improved – Nikolas Dwolinsky
  • Most Dedicated – Jackson McKean

PeeWee Timbermen

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Samuel Shanks
  • Most Improved – Austin Kuc
  • Most Dedicated – Mason Maddison

Bantam Bulldogs

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Noah Fatur
  • Most Improved – Jerzy Gus
  • Most Dedicated – Ryan Devries

Bantam Steelheads

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Carmen Sanders
  • Most Improved – Riley Styan
  • Most Dedicated – Nicole Gagnon

Bantam Hornets

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Karlee Simpson
  • Most Improved – Brendan Kuc
  • Most Dedicated – Linden Kailer-Dore

Midget Bulldogs

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Tynan Smyth
  • Most Improved – Mathew Lingl
  • Most Dedicated – Logan Henson

Midget Flyers

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Michael Addy
  • Most Improved – Nathan Miller
  • Most Dedicated – James Paracy

Midget Hurricanes

  • Most Sportsmanlike – Jacob Price
  • Most Improved – Angelle Welsh
  • Most Dedicated – Kyle Hodson

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5 Female players within AVMHA are on the North Island Impact Team that are heading to the Midget A Female Provincial Championships in Penticton later this month.  They will be defending their title as BC Champions from the 2013-2014 Season.

Maryna MacDonaldSydney DollingSophie VanderleeSarah DawsonBrittney Savard


 Coach of the Year – Kelly Clydesdale

Coach of the Year - Kelly Clydesdale

Coach of the Year – Kelly Clydesdale

 

Kelly is a newer coach within our association.   He started coaching with AVMHA when his children decided to join hockey late.  He usually coaches 2 teams every year if needed.  This year he coached a PeeWee house team and a Midget house team.

Due to an accident a few years ago, he suffered a major injury and was unable to come out onto the ice and coach for a good portion of that season.  However, this did not deter him and he continued to support the kids and coaching staff.  He did this from the bench whenever and wherever he was able to.  He continued to coach.

He is a very committed and dedicated coach.  He is a very patient coach (except when it comes to his own kids… but most coaches are like that and he even admits that he’s tougher on his own kids.)  He loves to teach the game of hockey and he’s  always thinking of new ways to get the kids motivated.  He is all about having fun and working as a team.  Parents love him and the kids love him.

I (Meranda Vallee) had the pleasure of coaching with him this year and he took the time to ask me questions and my thoughts, views and opinions.  He’s a great teacher.  He treated me as an equal, even though I could barely skate and had just completed the coaching course this year.  The man does have a lot of patience.

Kelly received the most nominations from the membership for “Coach of the Year”.


Volunteer of the Year – Gen Connell

Gen Connell, left with AVMHA President Meranda Vallee

Gen Connell, left with AVMHA President Meranda Vallee

Gen Connell is a newer person within our Association.  She took the initiative to step up and help out wherever she could as soon as her first child was in Mites, a couple years ago.  She was a team manager in Novice last year and she took on the role of Division Manager for the Novice Division this year.

Being a Division Manager is extremely hard work.  It requires dedication and a lot of patience, especially while trying to manage a Division with an odd number of teams.  She had 3 teams to manage.  Being a Division Manager includes managing equal ice times, managing/organizing the coaches, the parents, organizing the referees for games, setting up games, managing tournaments and the list goes on.  This division held another tournament this year which was a very successful event for our Association and for our community.

Gen dealt with a lot of politics throughout the year, which for such a young Division, has me (AVMHA President) quite worried at this point.  We as parents need to stop and think before we act or react.  We have to remember that this sport is an extra-curricular sport and not the NHL or the pathway to the NHL.  It’s for kids to have fun, to make friends, to get some exercise and to learn the game of hockey.  We have to stop and think of the people who are volunteers and recognize that they are here to help out.  If we don’t like the job and appreciate what they are doing, then we need to shut up and step up to the plate ourselves.

Gen encouraged communication throughout the year.  Communication is huge  in this sport and she recognized that right away.  A quality that some don’t recognize right away or at all for that matter.  She has learned and grown a lot throughout this year and I (Meranda Vallee) can see her continuing to grow within this Association and I encourage her to do so.

Gen Connell received the most nominations from the membership for the Volunteer of the Year award.  Congratulations!


 

Above & Beyond – Carolynn Scott

2015-Volunteer-CarolynScott-7739Carolynn has been with our association for a few years now and has seen it all.  She has been involved in some way wherever she could in the past, including being a manager.  She then started to help me (Meranda Vallee) when I was Treasurer about 3-4 years ago.  She continued on and then was able to take over the management of our Gaming program from me.  She did up the reports, applications, deposits, keeping managers in line with the rules.  It’s a huge job and there is a lot to know.

Two years ago Carolynn was voted in as Treasurer and has increasingly been growing in that role over her term.  It’s not a position that you can just throw at someone, they have to grow into it.  Hence, why she started learning with me about 4 years ago.  There is a lot to know, there is a lot to learn and it is a job that never stops.

She has also taken steps to further her education, on her own time, so that she could properly fulfill the position.  This position takes a lot dedication, patience, learned knowledge, family time, personal time and being cooped up in an office for hours on end sorting out team accounts, rolling up coins, doing deposits, handing out receipts, doing Ref cheques, calling up parents for overdue fees or bounced cheques… the list goes on and it is usually not all fun.  It can be very stressful and does keep a person awake at night sometimes.  It is a full time job, one that is not paid by the way and one that 99.9% of normal people will not touch.

Carolynn had little to no experience when she first started out with me.  She is now fully in charge of Gaming and totally fulfills the Treasurer’s role with little to no help.  In doing this, she still fulfills her role as an Executive member and deals with a lot in that regard as well.  Her dedication to the Association is proof of her growth.  She is to a point now, that I am very comfortable and confident in her by saying, “OK, you’ve got this.”


 

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Rookie Referees of the Year – Ethan Sutherland, left, and Arriana Ward, right. Presented by Referee in Chief – Chris Canuel.

Rookie Referees of the Year – Ethan Sutherland & Arriana Ward

Top Referee of the Year – Eric Gill


Jessica States Memorial Award – Abby Nelson

Abby Nelson, front left with last year's recipient, Zakeysha Corey and Female Hockey Coordinator, Eric Gagnon.

Abby Nelson, front left with last year’s recipient, Zakeysha Corey and Female Hockey Coordinator, Eric Gagnon.

Jessica States was born in 1985 (30 years ago).  She was tragically killed in July 1996.  She was a typical PeeWee hockey player when there was not many female players in the association.  She had a passion for sports and loved to play hockey.  This award is presented annually to a female PeeWee player that has the sportsmanship and dedication like Jessica did.

This year’s recipient is Abby Nelson.  This is Abby’s second year playing PeeWee with the PeeWee Bulldogs.  She plays Defence and has been an asset to the team since earning a permanent spot in October.  She rarely misses a practice or a game and is reliable in her position.  Abby gets along well with her team mates.  She always carries a smile and a positive attitude.  Abby focuses on fitness and pushes her team mates to push harder both on and off the ice.  Congratulations Abby!

Presented by Roxanne Leyland with 2014 recipient Zakeysha Corey and Female Hockey Coordinator Eric Gagnon.

 


Presentation of Jersey’s to Graduating Players 

2015-GradGroup2-7750Logan Henson – Alberni Refrigeration | Angelle Welsh – Clydesdale Automotive | Chase Henstridge – Cathy Braiden | Nicholas Vincent | Lynzie Taylor – Canadian Tire | Griffin Dolling – GD Auto | David Friel – Clambucket Restaurant | Codie Beecroft – Sears | Ashton Locke – Tyler’s No Frills | Carson Nicholson – Tyler’s No Frills | Danika Bratt – Dago Diesel Inc. | Cole Oldfield – Don Moyen Holdings Ltd. |  Jayden Lajeunesse – Island Rhino | Sophie Vanderlee – Lisa Vanderlee | Michael Addy – Clydesdale Automotive | Matt Irg | Ethan Sundstrum | Ryan Price | Jakob Bottaro | James McLeod | Jake Eskola | Jessie Geddes | Keagun Selva – T&G Boyd | Ryan Love | Andrew Paruk – AV Referees | Josh Harvey.

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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


2014 Competitive & Development Team Standings

ISLAND LEAGUE STANDINGS – AVMHA BULLDOGS

Information has been obtained from Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association – viaha.org – as of February 25 2014.

 

Our competitive teams have finished league play and heading into Playoffs. Our Atom development team is nearing the end of their regular league schedule.

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2014-AV Midget T3 Team-Island Champions

Midget Bulldogs Tier 3 in Div. 1 of VIAHA’s Island League

Final standing at the end of league play – GP-12 | W-1 |L-9 |T-2 |PIM-173 |PTS-4

  • 7th place out of 7 teams in Division 1 Regular Season Play

Midget Tier 3 Playoffs games (against other Island Tier 3 Midget Teams)

  • Feb. 8th – TriPort – 1 vs Alberni – 8

  • Feb. 9th – Alberni – 12 vs Juan de Fuca – 1

Semi-Finals:

  • Feb. 15th – Alberni – 6 vs Victoria – 1

Finals:

  • Feb. 22nd – Alberni – 6 vs Sooke – 2

  • Feb. 23rd – Sooke – 2 vs Alberni – 6

CONGRATULATIONS!

Van Isle Ford Midget Bulldogs win the Island Tier 3 Championship, by winning all playoff games.

They go on to the Provincial Championship for Midget Tier 3 to be held in 100 Mile House, March 15-22, 2014

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Bantam Bulldogs Tier 3 are playing in VIAHA Div 2 and placed 4th out of 7 teams after regular season games.

Final standing at the end of league play – GP-12 | W-5 | L-4 | T-3 | PIM-94 | PTS-13

Bantam Tier 3 Playoffs games (against other Island Tier 3 Bantam Teams)

  • Feb. 2, at home 10:45 am – Alberni – 10 vs Juan de Fuca – 1

  • Feb. 8, at Port Hardy – TriPort – 0 vs Alberni – 13

Semi-Finals

  • Feb. 15 – Alberni – 8 vs Sooke – 1

Finals – (best of 3)

  • Feb. 22, Alberni – 12 vs Victoria – 3

  • Mar. 1, Alberni 10 vs Victoria 2

Our Bantam Tier 3 team won the Island Championship and heading to the Provincial Championship in West Kelowna, March 16-21, 2014.

Congratulations!

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Bantam Bulldogs Tier 4 are playing in VIAHA Div 4

Final standings after league play GP-12 | W-4 | L-8 | T-0 | PIM-144 | PTS-8

  • At the end of season play, they placed 4th out of 5 teams
  • Jan. 17-19th, the team is away in Portland Oregon for tournament. (Check news for Highlights)

Since there are no other Tier 4 teams on Vancouver Island, they automatically advance to the Provincial Championship in Windermere, BC in March 2014

Bantam Div 5 playoffs will have our Bantam T4 team playoff against other Island “B” teams

  • Feb. 1, Alberni – 1 vs Vic Racquet Club – 3

  • Feb. 2, Nanaimo – 7 vs Alberni – 2

We now can cheer them on at the Provincial Championship, March 15-22nd, 2014.

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PeeWee Bulldogs are in Tier 3 playing in VIAHA Div 3, placing 3rd out of 6 teams

The Standings at the end of league play – GP-10 | W-4 | L-4 | T-2 | PIM-100 | PTS-10

PeeWee Tier 3 playoffs against other North Island Tier 3 teams

  • Feb. 1 at Campbell River – Campbell R – 1 vs Alberni – 9

  • Feb. 2 at home 1:00 pm – Alberni 5 vs TriPort – 5

Semi Finals

  • Feb. 16 – Alberni – 1 vs Victoria – 8

Pee Wee Bulldogs are finished in the semi-final round. Great year for our PeeWee Bulldogs!

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AtomDev-Bulldogs-BestWesternBarclay900AOur Atom Development Team is playing in Div. 2 league with Comox, Powell River, Victoria Racquet Club, Saanich and Sooke.

Rank 2nd of 6 teams – GP-10 | W-2 | L-6| T-2 | PIM-78 | PTS-11

  • Regular Season they placed 6th out of 6 teams.

  • We are waiting for playoff schedule to be posted.

 

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NEWS FROM THE BC CHAMPIONSHIPS – March 21

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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..


AV News – Alberni Takes Bronze at Bantam Tourney

An Alberni player steals the puck from his Cowichan check in the bronze medal game on Sunday. Other teams playing in the tourney included Nanaimo, Oceanside and Vancouver. Abbotsford took gold while Powell River earned silver.— Image Credit: WAWMEESH G. HAMILTON/Alberni Valley News

An Alberni player steals the puck from his Cowichan check in the bronze medal game on Sunday. Other teams playing in the tourney included Nanaimo, Oceanside and Vancouver. Abbotsford took gold while Powell River earned silver.— Image Credit: WAWMEESH G. HAMILTON/Alberni Valley News


LOCAL NEWS – AV Times – Jan. 8, 2014

Bantam Bulldogs competitive in Classic

Tier 3 Bulldogs win bronze. Tier 4 Dogs fall in bronze medal game in annual New Year Classic tourney

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The Tier 3 Alberni Valley Bantam Bulldogs won bronze in their annual New Year Classic over the weekend, while the Tier 4 Bulldogs suffered a double overtime loss to finish fourth.

The 12-team tournament at the Alberni Valley Multiplex featured five teams in the B division and seven in the A division.

The Victoria Ice Hawks won gold in the B Division, beating the Tier 3 Nanaimo Clippers.

The Tier 4 Bulldogs started the tournament Jan. 2 with a 7-1 loss to the Juan de Fuca Grizzlies, with Ivan Cheng scoring Alberni’s only goal. Matt Ursel won player of the game for the local team.

They followed that up with a 3-3 tie against North Vancouver, as Cameron McCurdy scored twice after Isaac MacDonald opened scoring for the Tier 4 Dogs. McCurdy was also named player of the game.

In their next game, the Tier 4 Bulldogs took on Nanaimo, and this game ended in another tie, 4-4, after coming back from a 3-1 deficit.

Linden Kailer-Dore scored Alberni’s opener before McCurdy, Carter Lee and Andrew Check all scored in the second period that ended in a 4-4 tie, and neither team could score in the third.

Jayden Villafane was named player of the game for Alberni in the tie.

The Tier 4 Dogs then fell 10-5 to the eventual B Division champion Victoria Ice Hawks after falling behind 4-0 in the first period and McCurdy and Cheng also buried goals in the third. Foster Martin was the player of the game for Alberni.

That set up the bronze medal game between the Tier 4 Bulldogs and Juan de Fuca.

The Grizzlies led 1-0 after the first period, and 3-2 after the second as Lee and Hunter White got the Bulldogs on the board in the middle frame.

Juan de Fuca took a 4-2 lead early in the third, but the Tier 4 Dogs fought back with goals from Chris O’Laney and Lee. However, the Grizzlies would score in double overtime to take bronze. Jack Unwin was the Bulldogs player of the game.

The Tier 3 Bulldogs began their tournament on Friday and in the opener they beat the Oceanside Generals 6-3. Ayden Brossoit scored his team’s first goal before the Bulldogs added three in the second, on goals from Tynan Smith, Noah Fatur and Kyle Hodgson, to take a 4-0 lead.

The Tier 3 Bulldogs gave up three goals in the third, but also scored two empty net goals off the sticks of Wyatt Selva and Brossoit to seal the win, just before Colton Lloyd was named player of the game.

The Tier 3 Bulldogs record, however, fell to 1-1 after an 8-2 loss to Abbotsford in Game 2. One goal came from Brossoit, and the other from Fatur. Brossoit was named player of the game in the loss.

The Tier 3 Bulldogs got back in the win column in their next game, a 3-1 win over North Vancouver.

Connor Sabiston put Alberni up 1-0 in the first and was later named player of the game.

Colton Lloyd and Sabiston both scored in the second period before a scoreless third gave the Bulldogs the win.

The Tier 3 Bulldogs next tied the Nanaimo Clippers 3-3, giving up a 2-0 first period lead. Lloyd and Selva (player of the game) scored in the first, and Ethan Jack in the third.

That set up a bronze medal match up for the Tier 3 Bulldogs with the Cowichan Valley Capitals.

After leading 1-0 after the second period, Cowichan tied it up in the third. Sabiston and Fatur, however, propelled their team to a two-goal third period lead before an empty netter gave the Bulldogs the bronze.

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BANTAM TOURNAMENT SUMMARY

Two Bantam Tournaments in one weekend.  There was 7 teams in the “A” Tournament and 5 teams in the “B” Tournament that played January 2-5th.  The Multiplex was humming from all the activity.

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Alberni Bantam “B” Timbermen

The “B” Tournament started Thursday, January 2nd with 3 games and our Bantam Timbermen Tier 4 (aka Bantam B team) had 2 games.  They lost to Juan de Fuca 7 – 1, and tied North Vancouver at 3 goals each.

They went on to play Nanaimo and the final score was 4 – 4.  There final round robin game was a 5 – 6 loss to Victoria.  Alberni played off against Juan de Fuca for the Bronze medal and lost in a score of 4 – 5.

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Alberni’s Ryder Contracting – GDM Boom & Sort Bantam Tier 3 Team win Bronze in AVMHA New Year’s Classic Bantam Tournament

 

The “A” Tournament started Friday, January 3rd with our Bantam Bulldogs Tier 3 (aka Bantam A team) won their first game against Oceanside in a score of 6 – 3.  Alberni’s second game was a loss 2 – 8 against Abbotsford (who eventually won the “A” Tournament).  Alberni won their third game in a score of 3 – 1 against North Vancouver.  Alberni’s game against Nanaimo resulted in a 3 – 3 tie.  Alberni placed 3rd going into the finals and played off against Cowichan.  Alberni won the game 4 – 1 and the Bronze medal.

Full game reports, scores, standings, photos, etc are on the tournament website:  http://avhockey2014jan.wordpress.com


LOCAL NEWS – AV Times – Dec. 30, 2013

Minor hockey is heating up the ice this season

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 ALBERNI VALLEY TIMES  – DECEMBER 30, 2013 

While most Alberni Valley Minor Hockey Association teams are competing in tournaments over the winter break, they all take a break from league play for the holidays.

So far this season, all of the minor Bulldogs teams are competing hard in their respective divisions, with two teams playing above their Tier 3 classifications. In Peewee, the Bulldogs are in second place in the Vancouver Island Amateur Hockey Association’s Tier 3 league, tied with Tri Port with nine points through eight games.

The Peewee A Bulldogs have a record of four wins, three losses and one tie, with 36 goals for and 37 against. Their biggest win of the season game in a 9-2 victory over the Victoria Racquet Club’s Tier 2 squad.

Their next game is on Jan. 11, on the road against Cowichan Valley, which has a four-point lead in the standings over Alberni.

The AVMHA this season was able to dress two bantam rep teams.

The Bantam A Bulldogs are played up a division in Tier 2 and have been successful so far, sitting in third place in the seventeam league, with a record of 5-3-3. Despite sitting three points back of Comox Valley Tier 1 and two points behind Campbell River Tier 2, the Bantam A Bulldogs have two games in hand on Campbell River and one on Comox. Their last game was a 5-1 win over Campbell River.

They next play at home on Jan. 19 against Powell River.

The Bantam B Bulldogs are in third place in the five-team Island Tier 4 league with a record of 4-6-0. However, they are the only Tier 4 tam in the league. At the break, the Bantam B Bulldogs are trailing first-place Saanich by nine points.

The Midget A Bulldogs are once again playing in the Island’s top league, the VIAHA midget Tier 1 (two tiers above their classification).

However, after winning the Tier 3 provincial championship at home last season, they are not having the season they would have hoped to enjoy so far.

Through nine games, they have a record of 1-6-2. Their next home game is on Sunday, Jan. 12 against the Victoria Racquet Club.

And while the local rep teams take a break from league play, the AVMHA is hosting two bantam tournaments this winter break.

The first, the Bantam Recreational Tournament, runs from Dec. 28 to 30 at the Multiplex while the second, the New Year Classic Bantam Tournament takes over the Multiplex from Jan. 3 to 5.

 


LOCAL NEWS – AV Times – Dec. 18, 2013

AVMHA prepares to host three tournaments

Novice, bantam recreational, bantam rep tourneys upcoming

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School will soon be out, but local minor hockey players won’t have a lot of spare time on their hands with three tournaments this winter break at the Alberni Valley Multiplex.

Tournament season begins on Saturday with a two-day Novice Hockey Jamboree.

The jamboree features three Alberni Valley novice teams – the Blues, Devils and Sharks – and also welcomes teams from Comox and Oceanside.

The first game of the jamboree is at 8:45 a.m., Saturday in the Weyerhaueser Arena, as is the last game of the weekend, which begins at 4:15 p.m. Saturday.

The next tournament of the winter break features bantam recreational teams competing against each other at the Multiplex.

The tournament is expected to have a field of eight teams, but the out-of-town teams have not yet been announced.

However, both the Alberni Valley Timbermen and Alberni Valley Whalers will be in action over the course of the tournament, which goes from Dec. 28 to 30 at the Multiplex.

The schedule for the tournament has not yet been released. The final tournament of the winter break comes in the new year, as the New Year Classic Bantam Tournament takes place Jan. 3 to 5 and will feature bantam Tier 2, 3, and 4 teams, including the Peewee Tier 3 and Tier 4 Bulldogs teams. The rest of the field is not yet available.

Check online at www.avmha.ca for updated schedules and results from all three tournaments.

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BANTAM BULLDOGS IN WHITEHORSE

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AV Bantam Bulldog team lineup in Whitehorse, YT

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Mike Doucette, Mike Locke & Shawn Evans (AV Bantam Coaches) check out the outdoor rink in Whitehorse, YT.

3 short video clips of Dog Sledding and Outdoor Hockey in Whitehorse, YT, linked to AV Minor Hockey Facebook Group

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(Report from Mike Doucette) Friday, our Bantam A team won their first game 3-1. All of our games are vs the Whitehorse Mustangs Bantam A team. Today they came from behind to win 3-2.

It is more of a jamboree than a tourney and it is amazing.

The boys have been DOG SLEDDING and this afternoon the boys got to go SNOW MOBILING and OUTDOOR HOCKEY on one of the billet families outdoor backyard rinks. The people here have been fantastic. A once in a lifetime amazing experience.

(Report from Stefanie Weber) We played Friday night and won 3-1. Goals scored by Shaylee McConnell, Ayden Brossoit and Noah Fatur.

  • Saturday morning was a 3-2 victory. Goals scored by Ayden Brossoit, Reilly Kozocari (his first of the season) and Noah Fatur.
  • Saturday evening game was won by Whitehorse, 7-2.
  • Sunday morning Alberni won the game, 3-1, with goals from Wyatt Selva, Shaylee McConnell and Noah Fatur.
Ezra Paddock is being interviewed by CBC Radio North in Whitehorse.

Alberni Bantam T3, Ezra Paddock is being interviewed by CBC Radio North in Whitehorse.

  •   Video clips of outdoor hockey and dog sledding are available:  https://www.facebook.com/av.minorhockey.5/media_set…

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    Bantam team successful on Whitehorse road trip

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    Members of the Alberni ValleyRyder Contracting/GDM Log Boom & Sort Bantam ‘A’ Bulldogs have returned from the trip of a lifetime, a four-game road trip to the Yukon for a series of games against the Bantam ‘A’ Whitehorse Mustangs. The Bulldogs won three of the four games.

    “It is more of a jamboree than a tourney and it is amazing,” said Bulldogs head coach Mike Doucette from the road.

    The Bulldogs left Vancouver on a flight Thursday night, and won their first game on Friday against the Mustangs 3-1.  Shaylee McConnell, Ayden Brossoit and Noah Fatur scored for Alberni.  In Game 2, the Bulldogs came from behind to win 3-2. Brossoit and Fatur both scored their second goals of the trip in that game, and Reilly Kozocari netted his first goal of the season in the win.

    Doucette called it “a once in a lifetime, amazing experience.”  The third game, on Saturday evening, was won by Whitehorse, 7-2.

    On Sunday morning, Alberni won the game 3-1, with goals from Wyatt Selva, McConnell and Fatur.

    “For a lot of them, it was their first really big road trip experience,” said team manager Stefanie Weber.

    “Most of them are used to playing hockey every weekend, most of them have played rep hockey for a number of years but they’ve never really had the opportunity to do anything on this scale.” Weber added there were a few players who had never been on a plane before.

    “The other big thing for the kids was the billet experience,” Weber said. “That was something unique. “It’s something that we had when we grew up, that’s how we always travelled when it came to sports, but its not prevalent in today’s world. They all loved it. The families were incredible.”

    With three wins, the players were also happy with their success on the ice during the trip. As well, all of the games stayed controlled, despite the same two teams playing high-calibre hockey games against each other four times in one weekend.

    “It was just good, clean hockey,” Weber said.

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LOCAL NEWS – AV TIMES – DEC. 4, 2013

Bantam Dogs set for Whitehorse road trip

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Tournament connection affords local minor hockey competitive team a rare experience up north.

The next time the Alberni Valley Bantam A Bulldogs leave an ice rink, it will be colder outside than it is inside.

That is because on Thursday, they will leave Port Alberni for Vancouver before flying north to Whitehorse, YT, for a four-game road exhibition road trip.

And, weather permitting, the local team will have a chance not afforded to them on the west coast – to play in an outdoor hockey game.

The trip to Whitehorse was set up when that city’s minor hockey association came to Port Alberni a year ago for a tournament.

Playing in a remote location, competitive teams in Whitehorse annually help other minor teams with the costs of coming up north to play them to get some different competition.

The team’s fundraising efforts are paying the rest of the costs.

“We thought it would be a great experience for the kids,” said team manager Stefanie Weber.

The Bantam Bulldogs will play four games up north before returning on Sunday.

Weber said the team also has some other activities planned, such as a dog-sledding trip.

As for the level of competition, Weber said at last year’s tournament, both the Alberni and Whitehorse teams were even.  “We’re expecting them to be competitive,” she said.

The Whitehorse team is, like the AVMHA, a Tier 3 association that gets an automatic bid in B.C. Hockey provincials.

According to Weber, the Whitehorse team only plays in faraway tournaments and against local men’s teams.

Another fun perk of the trip for the players is that they will be billeting in pairs throughout the weekend, something many of them have not experienced.

It will give them a junior hockey-like experience.

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LOCAL NEWS – AV Times – Nov. 29, 2013

Big weekend ahead for AVMHA

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Each competitive team in the Alberni Valley Minor Hockey Association is in action this weekend, and there will be two home games for local hockey fans to take in at the Multiplex.

First, the Bantam Tier 3 Bulldogs, playing in Tier 2, are taking on Nanaimo at 12:45 p.m. on Saturday. The Bantam Dogs have a record of three wins, one tie and two losses, and are ranked second in their seven-team tier. Their last game was an 8-3 win over Nanaimo.

After that game, the Bantam Tier 4 Bulldogs are in action, also against Nanaimo, at 3 p.m. at the Multiplex. The Tier 4 Bulldogs have three wins and three losses so far this season and sit in third place.

The Midget Tier 3 Bulldogs are back playing in Vancouver Island’s Tier 1 league. The defending Tier 3 provincial champions are 0-2-4 this season with recent games against the Victoria Racquet Club and Campbell River. On Sunday, they are off to the Harbour City for a game against rival Nanaimo.

The Peewee Tier 3 Bulldogs are at home Sunday against the Victoria Racquet Club at 1 p.m. at the Multiplex. They are in second place in their six-team division with a record of three wins, one tie and two losses.

The Atom Development team is off this weekend, and their next game is on the road, Dec. 7 in Powell River.

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