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Penguins vs. Swedish Berries on August 4th, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Friday, August 5, 2022

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An all-out offensive display of a combined 15 goals and 68 shots was the stunning result of the last engagement between the Penguins and the Swedish Berries. Was the sequel going to be directed by the offence again? We were going to soon find out.

 

The last showcase featured eight scores in the opening period. However, this opening chapter was entering into almost eerily unfamiliar territory with no scoring until there was just 2:10 left when Skyler Nagorski and his squadron of Jeremy Reimer and Curtis Duggan piloted all the way into the enemy territory to strike the inside of the six by four target to gain a 1-0 lead for the Penguins.

 

There were no further scores before the teams headed into the first intermission and the shots were nearly even at 8-7 for the Swedish Berries. The Penguins goalkeeper Rob Vardy was an unmarred 8/8 in the save department.

 

Invigorated after the break, the Swedish Berries came out flying with a dialed up shot rate.

 

The exertions finally paid off as the WHL Tri-City Americans Drew Freer sniped the game tying goal for the Swedish Berries at 7:31 with the support of Dawson O'Brien and Max Braun.

 

With the clock ticking away Jeremy Reimer was on a mission to restore the upper hand for the Penguins and he obliterated it with just 1:09 left to go as he scorched the webbing of the Swedish Berries for his 7th goal of the summer with the help of his teammates Rob Crant and Curtis Duggan.

 

The Penguins were up 2-1 after the middle round. Through two periods, Rob Vardy of the Penguins had withstood 21 out of the 22 shots aimed his way for an extraordinary .955 save percentage.

 

The Swedish Berries were somehow getting stronger with each passing chapter as they increased their shot rate yet again for the finale.

 

Once again, their efforts bore fruit as another Freer, Mason Freer, who is a Jr. B Calgary Northstars Blazers alumni, infiltrated all the way to the back of the Penguins net to rebalance the score to 2-2 as he was bolstered by the AAA Calgary Flames Cole Smith and Tom Bladen.

 

Not even one minute had passed when only 55 seconds later, Rob Crant rifled in the vital go-ahead score for the Penguins to regain the lead as Skyler Nagorski and Colby Rempfer provided the feeds.

 

Undeterred, the Swedish Berries were relentless in their comeback attempt as they peppered 15 shots in the frame. However, Rob Vardy was flawless between the pipes for the final 4:55 to deliver the 3-2 victory for the Penguins.

 

Rob Crant, Skyler Nagorski, Jeremy Reimer and Curtis Duggan all finished with a strong two point game for the Penguins with Rob Crant, Skyler Nagorski and Jeremy Reimer each amassing a goal and an assist, while Curtis Duggan had two helpers. The goaltender Rob Vardy denied an immense 35 out of the 37 chances by the Swedish Berries for an outstanding .946 save percentage.

 

The Freers, Drew Freer and Mason Freer, powered the Swedish Berries offence with a goal apiece. The netminder Christian Chua repelled 16 opportunities by the Penguins.

Goats vs. Wolfpack on August 4th, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Friday, August 5, 2022

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The arms race between the Goats and the Wolfpack resulted in half of the top six overall scorers being present in what was expected to be an explosive showdown between these two powerhouses.

 

The Goats featured the 6th overall top scorer in Brett Reidy with his 32 points, while the Wolfpack possessed Mike Stephens with 39 points and the 36 points of Ryan Miller, who were in 2nd and 4th place, respectively.

 

The Wolfpack went on the first man advantage of the conflict at the 10:20 mark only to be thwarted by the Goats goaltender, Jr. B Calgary Northstars alumni Jeremy Phillips.

 

It took until 5:07 remaining for the opening goal to finally occur, when Nick Rogowski smashed the Goats power play opportunity just 10 seconds into the Wolfpack minor penalty to get his squad onto the scoreboard first. The vital feeds were provided by Jared Kraus and the Jr. B Calgary Northstars alumni Andrew Leveque.

 

The Wolfpack offence was firing shots at a 2:1 ratio compared to the Goats, however, they were unable to solve the guardian of the net, Jeremy Phillips.

 

It was not until there were 51 seconds left when the Wolfpack was finally able to strike the back of the mesh, as a result of, fittingly, the CAHL Player of the Month Award winner for July 2022, Ryan Miller, who was set up by Darren Davies and Andy McLeod.

 

The first episode concluded at 1-1. Jeremy Phillips finished with a rock solid .917 save percentage for the Goats, a foreshadowing of what was to come for the rest of the show.

 

The middle chapter contained a staggering 30 combined shots, however, the protagonist Jeremy Phillips was heroic as he stood alone between the icy 2 3/8" red pipes and completely dominated, even throughout three penalty kills, as he denied all 20 out of the 20 missiles that the Wolfpack launched his way for a perfect 100% save percentage.

 

At the other end of the ice, the Wolfpack goalie Joel Richardson was not to be outdone and was also flawless as he halted everything that the Goats rifled his way with an impeccable 10/10 stoppage rate for a 100% save percentage as well.

 

The score remained at 1-1 after two. Thus far, Jeremy Phillips of the Goats had already stopped 31/32 chances for an astounding .969 save percentage; while Joel Richardson of the Wolfpack rejected 14/15 opportunities for a superb .933 save percentage. All that remained was the final chapter so that the rest of the story could be told.

 

It continued exactly where we left off, except that the Wolfpack somehow even found another level and increased their intensity to a shot ratio of 3:1 instead of 2:1. However, just like the middle period, both defenders of the net, the Goats' Jeremy Phillips and the Wolfpack's Joel Richardson remained faultless.

 

The heightened ferocity did not make any difference for almost the entire period until the final concluding minute when with only 37 seconds remaining, who else, but the two top scorers of the Wolpack in Ryan Miller and Mike Stephens, who teamed up with Steve Stalany to collaborate on the clutch and heroic ending as Ryan Miller sniped his 2nd score of the game to send his battalion off the into the night with the victory clinching goal just moments before the final horn.

 

It was a 2-1 triumph for the Wolfpack. Ryan Miller was the leader of the Wolfpack offence with both goals, including the game winner. The netminder Joel Richardson held up the back end as he repelled 18 out of the 19 shots for an incredible .947 save percentage for the win.

 

Nick Rogowski topped the Goats scorers with the lone goal, while the goalkeeper Jeremy Phillips earned a colossal 42 saves out of the 44 chances he faced for a magnificent .955 save percentage.

CAHL Player of the Month Award for July 2022
Posted By: Admin
Thursday, August 4, 2022

The CAHL Player of the Month Award for July 2022 was awarded to the Wolfpack number 90 Ryan Miller, who led all point scorers during the month with an outstanding 22 points, 9 goals, 13 assists, 2 game winning goals, 1 shorthanded goal and 1 power play goal in 5 games played.


Predators vs. Solar Bears on August 3rd, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Thursday, August 4, 2022

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The Predators were trophy hunting and there were no beasts more formidable than the vicious first place Solar Bears.

 

The Solar Bears came out roaring on the attack with their ferocious claws utilizing one of their most potent weapons, the SAIT Trojans Chase Felgueiras, who blasted his 15th score of the summer with the assistance of the AAA Calgary Northstars alumni Ben Ho and the Jr. A Camrose Kodiaks alumni Jarret Timmerman to capture a 1-0 lead.

 

Less than two minutes later, the Predators with their advanced array of armaments sent Simon Korol out onto the ice who then destroyed the one goal shortfall as Steve Dender and the Boston College Eagles Liam Izyk lent the helping hands.

 

The current overall top scorer and captain of the Solar Bears, the SAIT Trojans Cam McAdam, then seared the Predators' meshing with his 20th goal, and 41st point, of the season as he was supported by his teammates Chase Felgueiras and Jarret Timmerman.

 

At the end of the opening round, the Solar Bears were up 2-1. The shots were an even 12-12.

 

The Predators were rejuvenated after the rest and elevated their intensity even further for the consequential second chapter.

 

At 11:13 the Predators Brennan Romanovitch, who plays for the Sr. AA Lacombe Generals, rifled in the game tying goal off of the pass from team captain Joey Hunter.

 

Not content with just tying the game, the insatiable Predators then clutched another helping as Kyle Maas, who also plays for the Sr. AA Lacombe Generals, grasped the 3-2 lead. Matt Clarke and Cody Healy provided the dishes.

 

The Predators had a power play opportunity at 4:27 and all it took was six seconds for the Sr. AA Piikani Broncos alumni Cody Healy to hammer in the insurance marker off of the feeds from the University of Alberta Augustana Cameron Shorrock and the SAIT Trojans Brendon Borbely.

 

After the second frame the score was 4-2 for the Predators.

 

Kyle Maas, in collaboration with Cameron Shorrock, added one more goal for the Predators to heighten the lead to 5-2.

 

The first place Solar Bears were unyielding in their attempt to boost their score as they fired shot after shot. However, the Predators goaltender Cody Rudiger was immaculate over the final two periods as he suppressed all 15 out of 15 strikes from the Solar Bears which made a comeback impossible on this night.

 

The final seconds counted down as the Predators departed the ice with a 5-2 victory. They also held the shot advantage 38-27.

 

Kyle Maas topped the Predators with a great two goal match, including the game winner. Cody Healy and Cameron Shorrock both had key two point contributions as well with Cody Healy tallying a score and a helper, while Cameron Shorrock finished with a couple of assists. The goalkeeper Cody Rudiger denied 25 out of the 27 chances by the Solar Bears for an excellent .926 save percentage in the win.

 

Chase Felgueiras and Jarret Timmerman each had a strong two point contest for the Solar Bears. Chase Felgueiras compiled a goal and an assist while teammate Jarret Timmerman amassed a pair of setups. The goaltender Griffin Bowerman repelled a vast 33 opportunities by the Predators.

Bumble Berries vs. Meat Team on August 3rd, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Thursday, August 4, 2022

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The blizzard of shots was storming down on both brigades, however, the last line of defence stood defiantly between the cold steel pipes.

 

Neither keeper of the net, the Bumble Berries, AAA Okanagan Rockets alumni Nikolas Bregeda, nor the Meat Team, AAA Calgary Royals alumni Jack Rekrutiak, was giving even an inch of room as they denied chance after chance.

 

It was not until there was 6:24 left in the opening period when the Union College Dutchmen Michael Hodge went on the counteroffensive during the penalty kill and crushed a shorthanded goal to secure the first score of the game for the Meat Team.

 

Evan Wilkinson jumped out onto the ice for his shift knowing what he had to do for the Bumble Berries and he accomplished that target getting his team evened up at 1-1 when he fired it in with the support of his teammate, AAA Stampeders alumni Blair Jensen.

 

With only eight seconds remaining, the opening period was seemingly going to close at a 1-1 tie. However, that was just enough time for Ashton Blewett to char the white webbing to capture the lead for the Meat Team. The Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold Jake Biddell and John McFetridge provided the feeds.

 

After the first, the shots were 14-10 for the Meat Team.

 

The tenders were again the narrative of the middle frame, but there were somehow even more saves during this vital round.

 

Akin to the first chapter, the first goal did not occur until the midway point and it was, yet again, Michael Hodge, who crossed that thin red line for his 2nd of the match to strengthen the Meat Team to 3-1. He was bolstered by Jake Biddell and the Jr. B Calgary Royals Will Hartford.

 

The hero to the Bumble Berries was the antihero to the Meat Team and Evan Wilkinson embraced both roles for the second time by countering every time Michael Hodge scored by firing it in himself as well to take it back to a one goal game at 3-2. Dawson O'Brien and Blair Jensen had the assists on the final goal before the second intermission.

 

The walls of excellence were the reasons why each side only had one successful invasion during the second mission as Jack Rekrutiak of the Meat Team and Nikolas Bregeda of the Bumble Berries had save percentages of .929 and .923, respectively.

 

Was the concluding episode going to mirror the first two? There was a difference of one second. Instead of getting the first score of the frame at 7:23 it was at 7:22 when the captain, AAA Calgary Royals alumni John McFetridge, did as all great leaders do and was there when his platoon needed him as he slammed the vital insurance goal for the Meat Team with the help of Jake Biddell and Savy Gill.

 

The Bumble Berries were unwavering in their comeback attempt. However, the final line of defence for the Meat Team, Jack Rekrutiak, was flawless the rest of the way which made the two goal deficit insurmountable.

 

The final buzzer trumpeted throughout the Edge School arena proclaiming the victory for the Meat Team. The score closed at 4-2 and the shots were 32-30 in favour of the Meat Team.

 

Jake Biddell finished with a very altruistic three assists to top all point scorers for the Meat Team. Michael Hodge had an excellent two goal performance, including a shorthanded marker and the game winner. Captain John McFetridge possessed a robust two point showing with a score and a setup. The goaltender Jack Rekrutiak silenced 28 of the 30 attacks by the Bumble Berries for a superb .933 save percentage in the triumph.

 

Evan Wilkinson powered the Bumble Berries offence with a great two goal game. Blair Jensen had a strong two points as he set him up both times. The goalie Nikolas Bregeda stifled 28 chances by the Meat Team.

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Kings vs. Tyro Maniacs on August 2nd, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Wednesday, August 3, 2022

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The Kings and the Tyro Maniacs had a classic tug-of-war battle which was never more than a one goal game over the first two periods, even though there were nine goals scored and 45 shots fired.

 

Incredibly, 33 seconds were all that Tom Strangward required to get the Kings on the scoreboard first as Jomar Masesar and Brent DeDecker assisted on the opener.

 

The Tyro Maniacs Brendon Crane countered at 9:05 with his teammates Chris Ludtke and Robert Statham to rebalance it at 1-1.

 

Coming off of his great two goal game, Marc Ward then gained admission into the double digit territory with his 10th score of the summer as the Tyro Maniacs captain Eric Ismay and Jim Bent set him up to take the lead 2-1.

 

The Kings then put their special forces into play after a Tyro Maniacs minor penalty and it did not take long for them to capitalize as Jomar Masesar blasted it in after 1:18 while on the advantage.

Tom Strangward and Nick Graham dished him the puck.

 

It was tied 2-2 after one. The Tyro Maniacs had the edge in shots at 12-10.

 

Not content with just entering the double digit territory, Marc Ward quickly tallied another one for the Tyro Maniacs with the support of Jim Bent and Chris Ludtke to start off the middle round at 3-2.

 

The Kings dynamic trio of Brent DeDecker, Tom Strangward and Jomar Masesar went back to work once again, but this time it was Brent DeDecker who fired it in to even it up at 3-3.

 

Nick Graham, the captain of the Kings, then took control and seized the lead back for his squad to make it 4-3 as he was bolstered by Brenden Campbell and Sue Longo.

 

Almost three minutes later, Marc Ward slammed his 3rd and hat trick goal of the game to make it four all. Jim Bent and Christopher Hickey contributed the groundwork.

 

Not wanting to enter another intermission tied, Robert Statham with the help of Eric Ismay and Leaverd Sandau forced the lead for the Tyro Maniacs at the 2:57 mark.

 

After two periods, the Tyro Maniacs were up 5-4.

 

Refueled after the rest, all of the Tyro Maniacs' cylinders were firing with the ignition sequence of Brendon Crane, Joe Nitychoruk, Marc Ward and Jim Bent.

 

Brendon Crane rifled in his 2nd of the contest as Chris Ludtke and Eric Ismay fed him the puck.

 

Joe Nitychoruk then sniped it between the pipes on the power play as he was assisted by Marc Ward and Leaverd Sandau.

 

Marc Ward notched his 4th of the game off of a pass from Jim Bent.

 

The Tyro Maniacs leading scorer Jim Bent closed off the four goal flurry to make it 9-4 with the important touches from Marc Ward and Joe Nitychoruk.

 

Dan DaSilva the hit the back of the net in response for the Kings at 1:58 with the aid of Chris Gushue and Adam Frost.

 

With 0:34 left on the clock, Brendon Crane captured his 3rd of the game for the hat trick as he was backed by Robert Statham and Christopher Hickey to send the Tyro Maniacs off with a 10-5 victory.

 

The final shots were 37-29 for the Tyro Maniacs.

 

Marc Ward was an integral six parts, four pistons and two connecting rods, of the powerful 10-cylinder engine that propelled the Tyro Maniacs with his four goals and two assists for an amazing six points. Jim Bent had an extraordinary five point night with a vastly generous four helpers and he only scored after first setting up Marc Ward four times. Brendon Crane finished with a powerful hat trick. Robert Statham, Eric Ismay and Chris Ludtke each possessed a substantial three points apiece. Joe Nitychoruk, Christopher Hickey and Leaverd Sandau all collected strong two point matches. The goalkeeper Steve Doucette suppressed 24 opportunities by the Kings in the triumph.

 

Jomar Masesar and Tom Strangward led the Kings with a great three point contest on the strength of a goal and two assists each. Brent DeDecker and Nick Graham tallied strong two point showings with a goal and a setup apiece. The goalie Claudio Bagnoli halted 27 chances by the Tyro Maniacs.

Titans vs. Young Bucks on August 2nd, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Wednesday, August 3, 2022

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The Titans brought their three blades to confront the pair of javelins of the Young Bucks in this clash of the behemoths for first place.

 

With all of the weapons on the battlefield, it was no surprise that it took only 78 seconds for the first piercing wound to occur as Alex Hart was the first to cross that line between the red pipes for the Young Bucks, which made it 1-0. Chad Pfeifer and Nathan Ripley were the support team.

 

Then Chad Pfeifer possessed the next charge less than a minute later to enhance it to 2-0 with the assistance of captain Matt McLachlin and Chris Pedersen.

 

The Young Bucks leading scorer Chris Pedersen was just getting started, though. In what was a sign of the events to come, he hammered home his 12th goal of the season to expand the score to 3-0.

 

However, the heavily armed Titans were not going to let the Young Bucks continue to run rampant as their most lethal armament Haiden Parks then led the counterresponse to crush his 16th of the summer to sever the deficit down to two at 3-1.

 

Less than three minutes had since passed when Zak Taillefer infiltrated all the way through to the inner meshing of the Young Bucks making it a one goal game. His wingmen were Kayl Sitter and Sam Vanderstoop.

 

Only determined thoughts of a comeback resonated within the minds of the Titans and Josh Vanderstoop willed those wishes into existence with his 12th score to eliminate the shortfall. Haiden Parks and Caleb Hasselberg assisted him in making it 3-3.

 

The Young Bucks were well aware of the awakened severe threat of the Titans and what could be a better way to put a dam on that momentum than by scoring a shorthanded goal, which is exactly what Donovan Stagg did at 4:39 to amplify his team by one to 4-3.

 

What is even more shocking than scoring on the penalty kill? Scoring on the penalty kill again 23 seconds later, this time Donovan Stagg set it up with Nathan Ripley while Chris Pedersen sniped his 2nd of the opening act to send the Young Bucks into the first break up 5-3. The Titans outshot the Young Bucks 17-11.

 

Colby Knight was quick to gain redemption for the Titans special teams by capitalizing on the first power play chance of the period, which turned it into a one goal affair. The Vanderstoops, Sam Vanderstoop and Josh Vanderstoop, contributed the vital passes.

 

The Young Bucks powerful special teams were a force to be reckoned with on both sides of the equation which was proven by Alex Hart, who slammed his 2nd of the game, this time while on the man advantage, with the support of Marcus McCambly and Chris Pedersen.

 

There was no letting go of the throttle for the Young Bucks as they continued their attacks with Nathan Ripley up next with his 5th helping as Alex Hart and Donovan Stagg served him the dishes to heighten the lead to 7-4.

 

Then at 1:07, Chris Pedersen seared the white webbing for the 3rd time for his hat trick goal while his teammates Kale Mah-Vierling and Marcus McCambly distributed the puck to lift the Young Bucks to 8-4 as they headed into the second intermission. The shots were 10-9 for the Titans.

 

Chris Pedersen and Kale Mah-Vierling collaborated with Nathan Ripley, who mastered the power play opportunity to open the scoring of the final frame. It was the 4th special teams' goal of the Young Bucks in the match.

 

It was 9-4 for the Young Bucks. However, the Titans not only never surrendered, but they went back on the offensive with Haiden Parks in command as he rifled in his 17th while Travis Raposo and Ryan Kanten had his back.

 

Kayl Sitter then struck the net which lowered it to a three goal deficit with the help of Ryan Kanten and Josh Vanderstoop.

 

The final 1:18 counted down, which ended the attempted comeback by the Titans, and the final horn blared signaling the victory for the Young Bucks.

 

The triumphant Young Bucks departed with a 9-6 win. Chris Pedersen had an outstanding six point performance with a trifecta of goals and assists. Nathan Ripley tallied a pair of scores and helpers for an exceptional four points. Alex Hart and Donovan Stagg each had a vast three point showing. Chad Pfeifer, Kale Mah-Vierling and Marcus McCambly all finished with strong two point efforts. The goalie Luke Winquist blockaded a towering 37 shots by the Titans for the win.

 

Haiden Parks had a great two goal and one setup match for the Titans. Josh Vanderstoop also notched a major three points with a score and two dishes. The trio of Kayl Sitter, Ryan Kanten and Sam Vanderstoop all made big contributions with a pair of points apiece. The goaltender Noah Campbell denied 18 chances by the Young Bucks.

Young Bucks vs. Tyro Maniacs on July 28th, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Friday, July 29, 2022

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The spiked antlers of the Young Bucks were potent weapons, even against the vicious kings of the Triassic period.

 

Nathan Ripley delivered the first blow for the Young Bucks as he marred the back of the six by four opening with his wingmen Alex Hart and David Ward.

 

The Tyro Maniacs needed only 1:12 for Marc Ward to power the counterattack to rebalance the score to 1-1.

 

Alex Mombourquette's objective was to regain the lead for the Young Bucks and he crushed that goal with his 13th of the summer as he was aided by Tyler Winquist and Chris Pedersen.

 

The captain of the Young Bucks Matt McLachlin was the next to take over the reins as he broke through the thin red line to heighten his squad to 3-1 with the assistance of Alex Hart.

 

Then it was Marc Ward, yet again, but this time he took even less than 1:12 to respond as 30 seconds was all that he needed to supply more firepower for the Tyro Maniacs with his 2nd goal of the period as Robert Statham and Eric Nadeau contributed the passes to cut the deficit in half to one at 3-2 for the Young Bucks.

 

The Young Bucks goalie Luke Winquist then took it into his own hands when just eight seconds later, his pass assisted teammate Chris Pedersen to pull the crew ahead 4-2.

 

Nathan Ripley then towed the Young Bucks even further forward while on the penalty kill with his shorthanded score at 1:37 as Alex Hart and David Ward provided the support.

 

With just 22 seconds remaining Chad Pfeifer, who was bolstered by Chris Pedersen, hit the inner mesh to boost the Young Bucks to 6-2 to close out the opening frame.

 

The Young Bucks continued their offensive in the middle round with Tyler Winquist, Alex Mombourquette and Chad Pfeifer securing three snipes as Alex Mombourquette, Chad Pfeifer, Donovan Stagg and Chris Pedersen were the source of the dishes.

 

The third episode saw the Young Bucks compile another trifecta of scores as Chad Pfeifer notched a pair, which included his 3rd and hat trick goal of the night, and Chris Pedersen supplied the other. Tyler Winquist, Donovan Stagg, Alex Mombourquette and Marcus McCambly were the setup men.

 

The Young Bucks defeated the Tyro Maniacs by a final score of 12-2. Chad Pfeifer had a scalding four goal and two assist, six point performance. Alex Mombourquette and Chris Pedersen were exceptional as well with a pair of scores and three generous helpers. Tyler Winquist and Alex Hart had a vast three points apiece. Nathan Ripley had a forceful two goal match while Donovan Stagg and David Ward possessed strong two point efforts. The goalkeeper Luke Winquist finished with an assist and stopped 14 chances by the Tyro Maniacs in the victory.

 

Marc Ward had a great two goal contest for the Tyro Maniacs. Eric Nadeau and Robert Statham each tallied an assist. The goaltender Connor Anton denied an immense 32 attacks from the Young Bucks.

Kings vs. Titans on July 28th, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Friday, July 29, 2022

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The Kings and Titans brought forth their arms and armour in preparation for this conflict.

 

The first maneuver was swift and decisive as Josh Vanderstoop, with Zak Taillefer and Sam Speta at his flanks, barged into the double digit goal territory to get the Titans on the board first with his 10th of the season.

 

The Kings led the next attack with a power play opportunity. However, Travis Raposo, the captain of the Titans, commanded a counterassault and fired in a shorthanded marker to make it 2-0 with the assistance of Zak Taillefer.

 

Not to be outdone by Josh Vanderstoop, Sam Vanderstoop then smashed his 12th of the summer to progress the Titans to 3-0 before they headed into the second battle. Logan Evans and Noah Campbell provided the support.

 

Revitalized after the break, the Kings were determined to fracture the Titans armour as Devon Hardie, with the help of Chris Gushue and Colin Bennett, commanded the invasion which broke through the defences to make it 3-1 and cut the shortfall to only two.

 

Determined to not let the Kings gather additional momentum, the Titans forged a two score frenzy within a 36 second span with Sam Speta and Josh Vanderstoop, who struck the white webbing as Colby Knight and Logan Evans supplied the passes.

 

The resilient Kings were quick to react 96 seconds later when Dan DaSilva and Chris Gushue aided Colin Bennett, who conducted the next charge and infiltrated the red line between the pipes to keep the score within three at 5-2 for the Titans.

 

Who else, but Sam Speta as he was the momentum stopper once again with his 2nd snipe of the match based off of the passing of Zak Taillefer and Travis Raposo to get the Titans back in the scoring column. 

 

After another 1:21 the Titans leader Travis Raposo, who was bolstered by Zak Taillefer and Colby Knight, then extended the insurance with his 10th goal as they proceeded into the second intermission.

 

During the final round the Titans Haiden Parks and Ty Knight added two more scores. Zak Taillefer and Colby Knight backed Haiden Parks, while Logan Evans and Haiden Parks paved the way for Ty Knight. The Titans won by a final score of 9-2.

 

Zak Taillefer had an incredible five points with an exceedingly charitable five assists for the Titans. Captain Travis Raposo and Sam Speta both had a great two goal and one setup contest. Logan Evans and Colby Knight each had three big helpers. Josh Vanderstoop possessed a potent collection of two scores while Haiden Parks had one of each for a rugged two points. The goalie Noah Campbell halted 22 shots from the Kings in the victory.

 

Colin Bennett and Chris Gushue topped the Kings offence with a strong two point match. A goal and an assist were contributed by Colin Bennett, while two setups were provided by Chris Gushue. Devon Hardie had the other score and Dan DaSilva finished with an assist. The goaltender Bobby Fowler rejected a staggering 35 opportunities by the Titans.

Solar Bears vs. Meat Team on July 27th, 2022
Posted By: Admin
Thursday, July 28, 2022

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It was a dramatic start to the confrontation between the first place Solar Bears and the second place Meat Team as the SAIT Trojans Cam McAdam needed only 32 seconds after the opening face-off to crush his 18th goal of the season. The Salve Regina University Seahawks Josh Kroon and the SAIT Trojans Tanner Klassen had the assists.

 

The Meat Team required, just 73 seconds to counter with the Union College Dutchmen Michael Hodge, who quickly eradicated the one goal deficit as the Maryville University Saints Chad Mcilwain and the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold Ayden Hamilton set him up.

 

The goaltender for the Meat Team, AAA Calgary Flames alumni Riley Fonger, continued to preserve the score at 1-1 even though he had already faced a vast 16 shots in the period.

 

It was not until it was near the end of the first with 0:39 remaining that the Solar Bears, AAA Calgary Flames alumni Darian Novik, scorched the back of the net to heighten his team to 2-1. The shots were 17-8 for the Solar Bears after the first frame.

 

It was déjà vu, but this time he was somehow even quicker. Incredibly, 27 seconds were all that team captain Cam McAdam required from the starting puck drop of the middle round to maneuver and infiltrate all the way to the inside of the mesh to escalate the Solar Bears to a 3-1 lead. Josh Kroon and Ben Ho fed the passes. Cam McAdam scored at an average rate of 29.5 seconds from the start of the first and second periods.

 

Halfway through the round, there was a sudden surge of three goals within a 1:15 span.

 

Jason Lavergne, AAA Calgary Royals Blue alumni, rifled it in for the Meat Team with support from Will Hartford, Jr. B Calgary Royals alumni, and Logan Shaw, Jr. A Salmon Arm Silverbacks alumni, to diminish the two score shortfall to just one at 3-2 for the Solar Bears.

 

A mere 25 seconds later, the Solar Bears Darian Novik reinstated the two goal safe guard with help from Cam McAdam and Tanner Klassen.

 

The Meat Team Logan Shaw then responded in 50 seconds with his 6th of the summer to get his squad back to within one as Ethan Beatty, Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold alumni, and Jason Lavergne contributed the dishes.

 

The Solar Bears led 4-3 after two. The shots were 18-10 for the Solar Bears.

 

Less than two minutes into the final round, the NHL Edmonton Oilers Dylan Holloway sniped the game tying goal for the Meat Team.

 

At the 6:12 mark, the Bemidji State University Beavers Eric Martin then fired in his 10th of the season to get the Meat Team the lead for the first time at 5-4. He was bolstered by Logan Shaw and Jake Lejambe.

 

After 53 more seconds, the Meat Team goalie Riley Fonger and Eric Martin facilitated some insurance as their ground work led to the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold Jake Biddell smashing home the fail-safe marker to propel the Meat Team to 6-4.

 

With 5:19 still left to go, the Solar Bears were determined to recover on the scoreboard, but Riley Fonger was impeccable between the pipes the rest of the way as the Meat Team skated off the ice victorious.

 

Logan Shaw topped the Meat Team offence with a an excellent three point contest as he tallied a goal and two setups. Jason Lavergne and Eric Martin both finished with a score and a helper apiece for robust two point results. The goalkeeper Riley Fonger repelled a colossal 42 chances by the Solar Bears in the triumph.

 

The Solar Bears were powered by Cam McAdam and Darian Novik, who each had a great two goal game. Cam McAdam also contributed an assist for a substantial three point match. Tanner Klassen and Josh Kroon both set up a pair of scores for a strong two points. Netminder Griffin Bowerman turned back 22 opportunities by the Meat Team.

Jokers vs. Wolfpack on July 27th, 2022
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Thursday, July 28, 2022

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The Wolfpack Ryan Miller shadowed a Batman-esque calling to strive to single handedly take down the dangerous and elusive Jokers.

 

The CAHL June 2022 Player of the Month Award winner Mike Stephens got the puck rolling for the Wolfpack with the first push only 82 seconds into the game, slamming his league leading 25th goal of the summer as Ryan Miller and Caleb Pierce provided the foundation.

 

Just 62 seconds later, Steve Stalany protracted the torrid start of the Wolfpack to advance the score to 2-0 with the help of Ryan Miller and Dean Semeniuk.

 

It was almost four minutes later, but it was worth the wait as the Jokers were not going to let the Wolfpack continue to dictate the score unobstructed.

 

Travis Robichaud ignited a three goal eruption for the Jokers to expedite them from being down 2-0 to up 3-2 as he seared the white netting with his 12th blast of the summer.

 

The Jokers Kirby Huey then mastered the power play opportunity to even it up at 2-2 based on the passing of Clay Finkbiner and Matt Palmer.

 

The setup man Matt Palmer then displayed his robust scoring ability as well by netting his 12th to match Travis Robichaud and maneuver the Jokers to a 3-2 lead and cap off the three score outburst. Logan Simmonds and Kyle Siedel made the key touches.

 

Having been in on all two of the preceding Wolfpack scores already, Ryan Miller was not going to halt now as he struck his 13th goal with the assistance of Jeremy Gallant to raise them to 3-3 as they finished the first period.

 

The Wolfpack started the middle round much like how they ended the last one, with yet again, Ryan Miller, who, having taken on the superhero assignment in his attempt to neutralize the fearless and cunning Jokers, acquired his 2nd goal, which was also already his 4th point, to reclaim the lead at 4-3.

 

The Jokers top scorer Eric Stitt commanded a potent response as he not only captured his 16th goal, but his 17th as well, which catapulted his brigade from a one score deficit to a one score surplus. He celebrated the first with the Robichauds, Travis Robichaud and Tai Robichaud, and the second with Colin Lefalve and Clay Finkbiner.

 

Steve Stalany had a two goal potency in him as well for the Wolpack as he racked up his 2nd of the match at the 2:47 mark with Mike Stephens and Ryan Miller backing him up to establish an equilibrium at 5-5.

 

Logan Simmonds was simply not going to permit the Jokers to go into the second intermission tied and willed his way to the back of the Wolfpack mesh to amplify his squad on the scoreboard to 6-5 with only 34 seconds remaining in the frame.

 

It remained a single goal differential all through the final period until there was just 4:16 showing on the clock when Tai Robichaud tore into the double digits with his 10th snipe thanks to the passing of another Robichaud, Travis Robichaud, and the team captain Logan Fentie.

 

While opposing the opportunistic Wolfpack, the Jokers were not content with a two goal safeguard and were still searching for another. That call was answered by Colin Lefalve who hammered home his 12th with Eric Stitt contributing the assist.

 

The time was running low, but the effort was still running high, especially since the Wolfpack had a one-man and then a two-man advantage. Ryan Miller, who had already accumulated five points, slammed the power play chance with his 3rd and hat trick goal of the game which was assisted by Caleb Pierce and Mike Stephens.

 

The final seconds ticked away on the clock as the Jokers departed the ice with an 8-6 conquest.

 

The Jokers exhibited their daunting depth with seven players, including Eric Stitt, Travis Robichaud, Colin Lefalve, Matt Palmer, Tai Robichaud, Logan Simmonds and Clay Finkbiner who all acquired at least two points. Eric Stitt had a great two goal contest along with an assist for a trio of points. Travis Robichaud also pitched in a major three point effort. Colin Lefalve, Matt Palmer, Tai Robichaud and Logan Simmonds each supplied a score and a dish. Clay Finkbiner completed the conflict with a pair of helpers. The goalkeeper Brad Lowe repelled 13 plays by the Wolfpack for the win.

 

Ryan Miller was the alpha of the Wolfpack with his exceptional six point performance on the strength of a hat trick and three setups. Mike Stephens and Caleb Pierce each had a prosperous three points. Mike Stephens had one score and assisted on two others, while Caleb Pierce had a generous three assists. Steve Stalany finished with a very strong two goals. The goaltender Calvin Pardy suppressed a mammoth 36 chances from the Jokers.

Predators vs. Bumble Berries on July 26th, 2022
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Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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The Predators were on an uncompromising hunt from the start to the finish as Alex Johnson, who plays for the Jr. A Nipawin Hawks, initiated the scoring with the first two goals of the game to acquire a 2-0 lead with contributions from Max Johnson, Kaden Blueboy and Brendon Borbely.

 

The team captain Joey Hunter and Kyle Maas, who plays for the Lacombe Generals, then both scored just eight seconds apart to surge the Predators ahead 4-0. Kaden Blueboy and Liam Izyk provided the support for Joey Hunter while Steve Dender and Alex Johnson helped Kyle Maas.

 

With just 39 seconds left in the first, Dawson O'Brien responded for the Bumble Berries with his 4th of the summer as Will Munro, who played for the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Blazers, and Drew Freer fed him the puck to curtail the deficit to 4-1 as they headed into the first intermission.

 

Steve Dender continued the Predators show of force in the middle round with his 4th of the season off of passes from Matt Clarke and Kyle Maas.

 

The Predators Cameron Shorrock, who plays for the University of Alberta Augustana, then notched his 7th of the summer as the Johnsons, Alex Johnson and Max Johnson, assisted him.

 

At 7:47, Kaden Blueboy hit the mesh as Steve Dender and Liam Izyk compiled the helpers. The Predators skated off after the second episode up 7-1.

 

Kaden Blueboy, who was bolstered by Liam Izyk and Kyle Maas, opened the final period by cashing in on a power play chance.

 

The Predators Liam Izyk, who plays for Boston College, then added another jab with assists from Brennan Romanovitch and Max Johnson.

 

At the 8:51 mark, the Bumble Berries Dawson O'Brien sniped his 2nd of the match with the backing of Will Munro and Drew Freer.

 

Then Brendon Borbely, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, along with Steve Dender and Kyle Maas collaborated at 6:47 for the last Predators goal.

 

Wade Freer with reinforcements Blair Jensen and Drew Freer got the final goal for the Bumble Berries.

 

The Predators were victorious with a final score of 10-3.

 

The Predators ferocious five of Kaden Blueboy, Alex Johnson, Steve Dender, Liam Izyk and Kyle Maas combined for an astounding 20 points with an excellent four points apiece. Kaden Blueboy and Alex Johnson each had a pair of scores and helpers. Steve Dender, Liam Izyk and Kyle Maas all finished with a goal and three assists. Max Johnson distributed a charitable three dishes while Brendon Borbely had a strong two point showing. The goalie Cody Rudiger turned aside 18 shots from the Bumble Berries in the win.

 

Drew Freer possessed a heavy-duty three points while teammate Dawson O'Brien made a great two goal contribution for the Bumble Berries. Will Munro had a big two point outing. Between the pipes, goaltender Liam Coulter denied an immense 38 chances by the Predators.

Goats vs. Penguins on July 26th, 2022
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Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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There was only room for one conqueror in this quarrel between the sure-footed horned Goats and the ice-proof emperor Penguins on Tuesday night. 

 

The Penguins were hungry right from the outset as Jeremy Reimer led them with a running start with his 5th goal of the season only 83 seconds into the skirmish. Teammates Jesse Storrs, who played for the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks, and team captain Ryan Curry provided the dishes for the early appetizer.

 

It took almost five minutes, but the current overall top scorer and Jr. A Calgary Mustangs alumni Everett Putz along with Brett Reidy and Ettienne Van Wyk were not going to let the Goats stay famished for long as they seized hold of an hors d'oeuvre of their own to neutralize the Penguins lead to 1-1.

 

The insatiable Goats then swiped another to enhance the battle to 2-1 in their favour as Matt Iwanic took on the reins with his wingmen Brett Reidy and Everett Putz at his side.

 

Not only could Jeremy Reimer compel the opening score for the Penguins, he could counteract the Goats as well as he reciprocated their attack with his 2nd of the period to rebalance the match to 2-2. Ryan Staines, who played for the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Blazers, and Rob Vardy provided the support.

 

With just 35 seconds remaining, Skyler Nagorski could not have chosen a better time as he evaded the Goats to confiscate the lead back for the Penguins to lift them up to 3-2 with the help of Jeremy Reimer and Ryan Volpi. The shots after the first were 12-10 for the Penguins.

 

The first intermission was what the Goats needed as they were reenergized for a ferocious horned charge led by their special teams going into the middle round.

 

Brett Reidy crushed the power play opportunity for the Goats with his 12th of the summer with contributions from Conor Wassmuth and Nick Rogowski to equalize the affair to 3-3.

 

86 seconds later, the Goats penalty killing powerhouse Everett Putz gathered his 2nd shorthanded marker in only his past five games as Rainer Glimpel helped set him up to emerge from the tie to a lead of 4-3.

 

The Goats had one more horned strike led by Conor Wassmuth whose duty was to provide cover for their lead and he accomplished his objective to strengthen it to 5-3 before the second intermission.

 

The Penguins were unyielding in their attempts to resurge on the scoreboard. However, the Goats goaltender Rainer Glimpel had an impenetrable 100% save percentage over the final two chapters stopping 14/14 which made any lead insurmountable.

 

Nick Rogowski extended the insurance for the Goats with just 52 seconds remaining in the game while he was backed by Brett Reidy and Matt Iwanic. The final score was 6-3 for the victorious Goats.

 

Brett Reidy had an excellent four points for the Goats with a goal and a generous three assists. Everett Putz had a great two goal contest, including the shorthand game winning goal, along with a setup for a sizable total of three points. Matt Iwanic, Nick Rogowski and Conor Wassmuth all had sturdy two point matches with a goal and a helper apiece. Netminder Rainer Glimpel blocked 23 shots from the Penguins for the win.

 

Jeremy Reimer guided the Penguins with a vast two goal and one assist, three point showing. The goalie Brad Boivin struck down 27 opportunities by the Goats.

Jokers vs. Swedish Berries on July 25th, 2022
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Tuesday, July 26, 2022

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The Jokers were on a mission and there was no denying them on this night.

 

Eric Stitt was the first to infiltrate to the back of the net, for the 13th time this season, to get the Jokers on the board with the support of Matt Palmer and Colin Lefalve.

 

Then Travis Robichaud blasted in the next two as fellow Robichaud, Tai Robichaud, who played for the AA Bruins, had his back for both while Logan Simmonds and Colin Lefalve assisted on the first and second, respectively.

 

Owen Knox countered for the Swedish Berries with contributions from Tom Bladen and Nolan Betzner to cut the shortfall down to 3-1 as they headed into the first intermission.

 

The Jokers put up six more scores in the second frame as Eric Stitt paved the way with his 2nd and 3rd goals for the hat trick. Travis Robichaud also notched a hat trick with his 3rd of the contest. Matt Palmer, Rob Kneteman and Logan Simmonds each fired into the mesh for the Jokers. Kirby Huey, Tai Robichaud, Colin Lefalve and Matt Palmer all had two assists while Eric Stitt, Logan Simmonds, Travis Robichaud and Rob Kneteman each had one. The Jokers were up 9-1 after two.

 

The Jokers Rob Kneteman added his 2nd of the match as Tai Robichaud and Kirby Huey dished him the passes to start the third period scoring. Tai Robichaud tallied his 9th of the summer with a contribution from Logan Simmonds. 11-1 was the final score for the Jokers.

 

Tai Robichaud had an extraordinary six points for the Jokers with one goal and a very charitable five assists. Eric Stitt and Travis Robichaud both possessed excellent hat tricks and a helper for a tremendous four points apiece. Matt Palmer, Logan Simmonds and Colin Lefalve each completed the trial with a superb four points. Both Rob Kneteman and Kirby Huey had great three point outings. Goalie Brad Lowe delivered a first-class .929 save percentage in the win.

 

Owen Knox led the Swedish Berries with the lone goal. Goaltender Christian Chua rejected a staggering 34 chances by the Jokers.

Tyro Maniacs vs. Kings on July 25th, 2022
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Tuesday, July 26, 2022

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The Tyro Maniacs and the Kings commenced the week, head-on in what turned out to be an intense three round engagement.

 

The defensive play was dominant for much of the opening period with only one puncture to the Kings armor at 9:29 due to Chris Ludtke who teamed up with Darren Cameron and Jim Bent for his 5th of the season for the Tyro Maniacs, who led 1-0 after the first. Between the pipes, Gabriel Young had an unmarred 9/9 save to shot ratio for the Tyro Manics while Claudio Bagnoli wasn't far behind at 8/9 for the Kings.

 

102 seconds into the middle episode, Steve Doucette invaded the net to pick up his 2nd of the summer with contributions from Chris Ludtke and team captain Eric Ismay to heighten the Tyro Maniacs lead to 2-0.

 

It took precisely three minutes and eight seconds, but the thundering strides of the Kings regiment had arrived and their ferocity was going to be heard on the battlefield for the remainder of the conflict as Krissy Gibson struck the first blow with the reinforcements Brent DeDecker and Jomar Masesar to diminish the deficit to one. Then it was Jomar Masesar's turn as he pierced through to rebalance the clash to 2-2 before it headed into the final round as Krissy Gibson and Brent DeDecker provided the support. The shots were 13-10 for the Kings.

 

It remained a tied encounter in the third chapter until 4:41 when Jomar Masesar led the next charge to acquire his 2nd and go ahead goal with Krissy Gibson and Brent DeDecker on his wings.

 

The Tyro Maniacs were storming back with attacks of their own, but Claudio Bagnoli's impenetrable armour held the castle for the Kings with a perfect 7/7 stoppage rate. With a one score differential, and 1:11 left on the clock, anything could still happen. Jomar Masesar was not just going to let anything happen, though, which is why he imposed his will and dictated a win by sniping his 3rd and hat trick goal as Brent DeDecker and Krissy Gibson set him up. The final seconds ticked off as the Kings were victorious. The final shots were 28-26 for the Kings.

 

Chris Ludtke drove the Tyro Maniacs on the strength of a goal and an assist. Goaltender Gabriel Young rebuffed 24 opportunities by the Kings.

 

The Kings super regiment of Jomar Masesar, Krissy Gibson and Brent DeDecker combined for a sensational 12 points. Jomar Masesar had an outstanding hat trick and a helper for a marvelous four point night. Krissy Gibson tallied a goal and three assists for an exceptional total of four points. Brent DeDecker provided a generous helping of four setups for an excellent four point match. Goalie Claudio Bagnoli finished with an exemplary .923 save percentage for the win.

Predators vs. Meat Team on July 21st, 2022
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Friday, July 22, 2022

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In this final match of the week, we were going to unearth whether the third place Predators or the second place Meat Team was going to prevail as the victor.

 

The Predators made a compelling argument in the opening act as they started off strong as Suede Omeasoo, who plays for the Siksika Buffaloes, struck the back of the net first. Courage Omeasoo, who also plays for the Siksika Buffaloes, followed in his footsteps with the next goal as Brendon Borbely provided the support. The Predators team captain Joey Hunter then scored at 3:52 to increase the lead to 3-0 with contributions from Matt Clarke and Suede Omeasoo. Kaden Blueboy tallied another score for the Predators with help from Cody Healy. Brendon Borbely, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, capped off the five goal Predators eruption by blasting in his 5th of the summer as Kaden Blueboy lent the helping hand.

 

The Meat Team commenced the middle period scoring as they countered with Union College player Michael Hodge, who infiltrated to the rear of the mesh to get his team on the board as Justin Giacomin notched the assist. 

 

Suede Omeasoo was not satisfied with his single tally for the Predators and scored his 2nd just 41 seconds later as Ryley Dixon and Liam Izyk dished him the puck. Only 25 more seconds had passed before Connor McCallum collaborated with Courage Omeasoo and Cody Healy to collect his 2nd of the summer.

 

Michael Hodge had another in him as well to get the Meat Team back on the board once again at the 8:19 mark. The Meat Team captain John McFetridge, who played for the AAA Calgary Royals, and Eric Martin provided the reinforcements. John McFetridge then took the reigns and fired in his 3rd of the summer on the power play with passes from Alex Heal and Eric Martin.

 

The Predators Courage Omeasoo launched in his 2nd of the affair with just seven seconds left in the frame. Matt Clarke and Kaden Blueboy laid the groundwork.

 

Within the first five minutes of the final round, Kaden Blueboy sniped his 2nd and 3rd goals for the hat trick with assistance from his Predators teammates Courage Omeasoo, Matt Clarke and Cody Healy.

 

The Meat Team Jake Biddell, who played for the Jr. B Calgary Royals Gold, hammered in his 5th of the season at 5:24 with support from Matt Lavergne and Eric Martin.

 

Suede Omeasoo joined teammate Kaden Blueboy with a hat trick of his own for the final goal of the game as team captain Joey Hunter set him up.

 

The final score was 11-4 for the Predators. Kaden Blueboy and Suede Omeasoo led the charge with powerful hat tricks for the Predators. Kaden Blueboy had two helpers as well for a superb five point night while Suede Omeasoo had one set up for an excellent four point result. Courage Omeasoo also had a top-notch four point outing. Matt Clarke and Cody Healy had a vastly generous three assists apiece. Brendon Borbely and captain Joey Hunter each had a big two point effort. Goaltender Cody Rudiger turned aside a dozen opportunities by the Meat Team in the win.

 

The Meat Team Eric Martin had a great altruistic three assist contest. Michael Hodge and team captain John McFetridge each had a strong two point game. Goalie Brett Anderson denied 15 chances from the Predators.

Solar Bears vs. Bumble Berries on July 21st, 2022
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Friday, July 22, 2022

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This goaltending showdown was not going to be effortlessly settled as the Bumble Berries Nikolas Bregeda and the Solar Bears Matt Duncan were not going to cede any latitude to each other even as they faced 40 combined shots over the first two periods.

 

It took halfway into the opening act before the first and only score of the round occurred as the Solar Bears team captain Cam McAdam, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, propelled his 15th of the season with contributions from Nick Simbasis and Garret Vander Ploeg. The Solar Bears Matt Duncan was an unblemished 7/7 in the save territory while the Bumble Berries Nikolas Bregeda dispersed 11/12 of the chances directed at him.

 

Joel Freer, who played for the AAA Stampeders, was the answer for the Bumble Berries to equalize the unbalanced equation as he fired in his 2nd of the summer at 12:14 of the middle frame to make it one all. With only one second remaining, Joel Freer helped out again as he and Evan Wilkinson assisted on the former Jr. B Bruins Blair Jensen's startling last second goal to take the lead 2-1. Nikolas Bregeda, who played for the AAA Okanagan Rockets, denied 20/21 shots over the first two periods from the first place Solar Bears for a staggering .952 save percentage. Matt Duncan, who played for the Jr. B Calgary Northstars Canucks, cast away the other 10 chances by the Bumble Berries during the second.

 

The tenacious Solar Bears never wavered from their endless attack with Cam McAdam at the helm. He launched in his 2nd of the contest to equalize the score to two apiece at the 7:30 mark of the final stage with support from Ben Ho.

 

67 seconds later, Cam McAdam took command, yet again when he blasted his 3rd and hat trick goal to will his team to a 3-2 lead as he was bolstered by Josh Dalquist and Marshall Porteous.

 

The Solar Bears Darian Novik, who played for the AAA Calgary Flames, then sniped the ever important insurance tally with help from Ben Ho and Josh Dalquist to boost the count to 4-2. Chase Felgueiras, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, then only needed 17 more seconds to make his 14th incision to the back of the net this summer to expand it to 5-2. With only nine seconds remaining the Solar Bears Matthew Dyck added one more with the cooperation of Josh Dalquist and Chase Felgueiras.

 

Cam McAdam provided an excellent hat trick while Chase Felgueiras had a strong two point excursion in the Solar Bears 6-2 win. Josh Dalquist and Ben Ho were admirable for their charitable three and two setups respectively. Goalkeeper Matt Duncan voided 20 opportunities by the Bumble Berries in the victory.

 

Joel Freer directed the Bumble Berries with a robust two point production. Goaltender Nikolas Bregeda repelled the Solar Bears 23 times.

Young Bucks vs. Kings on July 20th, 2022
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Thursday, July 21, 2022

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It was a clash of contrast as the Young Bucks and the Kings faced off. The Young Bucks netted the first six goals of the campaign before the Kings had a tremendous response getting five of the next six.

 

The Young Bucks Chris Pedersen started it off at the 11:13 mark with his 9th of the season as Nathan Ripley and Jackson Shulz dished out the puck. Only 67 seconds later, Alex Hart popped in his 7th with Nathan Ripley and Alex Mombourquette backing him up. Alex Mombourquette then put a pair into the mesh as Marcus McCambly, Nathan Ripley and Donovan Stagg provided the assistance. At the end of the opening frame the shot tally was only a difference of one at 10-9 for the Young Bucks, but their goalie Cody Stark swayed the score by being faultless going 9/9 in the save category.

 

Kevin Goldmith opened it up in the middle act for the Young Bucks as Marcus McCambly and Alex Mombourquette contributed the passes. Then Alex Mombourquette fired in his 3rd and hat trick goal of the match to put the Young Bucks up 6-0.

 

The Kings were just heating up, though, because just 40 seconds later Jomar Masesar sniped his 4th of the summer as team captain Nick Graham delivered the puck. The next man up for the Kings attack was Paul Dainard who sliced through to the back of the net as he was bolstered by Adam Frost and Nick Graham. Then Brent DeDecker cut the deficit in half, with strength from his fellow Kings Krissy Gibson and Jomar Masesar. After the Kings turnaround the score headed into the second intermission was 6-3 for the Young Bucks.

 

The Young Bucks knew that they needed to stop the Kings momentum from continuing into the final round and who else was better at that task than Alex Mombourquette who blasted in his 4th of the contest to increase the lead to 7-3. However, the Kings were undeterred as Devon Hardie notched his 4th of the summer with support from Krissy Gibson. Jomar Masesar then deposited his 2nd goal of the match as Brent DeDecker set him up to alter the score to within only two at 7-5.

 

With 2:26 to go the Young Bucks Alex Hart provided the late heroics and heartbreak as he scored a shorthanded goal with the help of Marcus McCambly and David Ward to halt the Kings ferocious comeback attempt and propel his team to the victory.

 

Alex Mombourquette guided the Young Bucks with a commanding six point performance on the strength of four goals and two setups. Marcus McCambly and Nathan Ripley had an exceedingly generous four and three assists respectively. Alex Hart and Chris Pedersen finished with a valuable two points apiece. Goaltender Cody Stark obstructed 25 of the intrusions from Kings.

 

Jomar Masesar led the charge of the Kings cavalry with a powerful two goal and one assist count. Brent DeDecker, Krissy Gibson and Nick Graham all had strong two point affairs. Goalkeeper Claudio Bagnoli thwarted the Young Bucks 23 times.

Swedish Berries vs. Wolfpack on July 20th, 2022
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Thursday, July 21, 2022

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The ravenous Wolfpack had a craving for points as Jeremy Gallant started off the first period scoring. He was followed by his teammates Ryan Miller, Caleb Pierce, who had a pair of goals, Matt Thibault, Dean Semeniuk and Steve Stalany. Ryan Miller also had four assists while Caleb Pierce notched three. Matt Thibault, Cody Holowachuck, Steve Stalany and Dean Semeniuk were the other setup men during the first act.

 

Dean Semeniuk launched his 2nd and 3rd scores of the game in the second frame for the hat trick. Then Steve Stalany tallied his 2nd of the match. Mike Stephens had his teammates' back with three helpers while Steve Stalany made the passes on the Dean Semeniuk's two goals.

 

The Wolfpack finished with a 10-0 victory over the Swedish Berries. Caleb Pierce, Steve Stalany and Ryan Miller each had a brilliant five point contest. Dean Semeniuk amassed three goals for the superb hat trick along with a setup. Mike Stephens played strongly with a three point performance. Goaltender Calvin Pardy was flawless for the second time this season as he collected his 2nd shutout to tie for the overall shutout lead. The Swedish Berries goalie Christian Chua made some big stops as he tried to keep his team in it even though they were more than tripled in the shot department by the Wolfpack.

Goats vs. Jokers on July 19th, 2022
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Wednesday, July 20, 2022

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There was no tolerance for error in this classic saga of first versus second. The leading scorer Everett Putz, who played for the Calgary Mustangs, capitalized on his opportunity with the sole goal of the opening act as Jared Kraus provided the groundwork. The Goats and Jokers had matching shots at nine apiece after the first period. Jeremy Phillips, an Edge School Gold team alumni, was a flawless 9/9 between the pipes for the Goats.

 

The tension was building up as we were going to discover whether it was going to continue to be a low scoring affair or was the vast firepower on both sides going to result in an unstoppable inferno of goals. The Jokers Tai Robichaud finally got his team on the board with some help from fellow Robichaud, Travis Robichaud, and Brad Lowe. Then it was Logan Simmonds with the support of both Robichauds, Travis Robichaud and Tai Robichaud, to give the Jokers a 2-1 lead. Andrew Leveque responded for the Goats at 9:41 to even it up at two all. Everett Putz had the assist.

 

The Jokers, then unleashed a cluster of three goals in less than four minutes with Logan Simmonds getting his 2nd of the game with the backing of Travis Robichaud and Clay Finkbiner. Then Tai Robichaud sniped his 2nd of the period as well as Travis Robichaud and Clay Finkbiner contributed the passes. The 3rd goal of the three goal outburst came from Colin Lefalve with the helpers coming from Eric Stitt and Tyler Siedel.

 

The Goats Brett Reidy had to stop the momentum of the Jokers and enter the second intermission on a positive note as he pierced through to the rear of the net with only 57 seconds remaining. Rainer Glimpel contributed the assist to reduce the deficit to two goals. The Jokers entered the break up 5-3.

 

The game was nowhere near over, as far as the Goats were concerned as they put together three consecutive third period goals. Of course, Everett Putz led the charge with his 21st goal of the season to cut the shortfall down to just one. Sam Smith then eliminated the shortcoming altogether tying up the game at 5-5 as Andrew Leveque and Jared Kraus provided the support.

 

Then the captain of the Goats Spencer Marcotte did as all good leaders do and sniped in his 10th of the summer to give the lead back to his team for the first time since the opening period. Teammates Rainer Glimpel and Jared Kraus supplied the helping hands.

 

Only 77 seconds remained in the game, but that was more than enough for the Jokers Tai Robichaud, who then scorched the back of the mesh for his 3rd and hat trick goal of the game which also rebalanced the score to 6-6. He was backed up by Travis Robichaud who had the assist.

 

A shootout was fittingly needed after the first three rounds netted six goals apiece on 34 shots by the Jokers and 32 shots by the Goats. The Goats were successful in their first two shootout attempts with Rainer Glimpel getting the shootout winning goal and Jeremy Phillips denying both opportunities of the Jokers. The Goats skated off triumphant by a score of 7-6.

 

Travis Robichaud had an exemplary altruistic night for the Jokers with five assists. Tai Robichaud finished with a tremendous hat trick and a setup. Logan Simmonds and Clay Finkbiner each had a strong two point match. Goalie Brad Lowe spurned 27 chances from the Goats.

 

Everett Putz, Rainer Glimpel and Jared Kraus all had great three point results for the Goats. Andrew Leveque turned in a solid two point outing with a goal and an assist. Netminder Jeremy Phillips rejected the advancement of the Jokers 30 times over the three periods and the shootout for the win.

Titans vs. Tyro Maniacs on July 19th, 2022
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Wednesday, July 20, 2022

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Could the gallant knights slay the ferocious dinosaurs in this joust? That question was finally answered after three straight rounds.

 

Jade Simeon struck the first blow wounding the Titans less than three minutes in with some solid passing from Shane Willier and Jim Bent for the early 1-0 Tyro Manics lead. The Titans response took almost seven minutes, but it was worth the wait as Sam Vanderstoop launched his 10th of the season as Sam Speta was the setup man to level the score. Not only has he made good passes, Jim Bent knew how to rock the mesh as well as he scored the go-ahead goal at the 3:51 mark. The assist came from the Tyro Maniacs team captain Eric Ismay. The Titans were not willing to go into the first intermission down 2-1, though, as Ty Knight with some help from fellow Knight, Chase Knight, and Sam Vanderstoop made sure of that with his 6th of the summer just 67 seconds later. The Titans were even on the scoreboard, but led in the shot unit 10-5.

 

The Titans went on the power play less than half a minute into the middle round. With just 16 seconds left on the man advantage Sam Vanderstoop took the upper hand with his 2nd goal of the game with assistance from Ty Knight to go up 3-2. Chase Knight wanted to safeguard the lead for his teammates and with the support of Ryan Kanten and Sam Vanderstoop he was able to accomplish his goal making it 4-2. Josh Vanderstoop was not going to let Sam Vanderstoop be the only Vanderstoop with a goal next to his name as he notched his 9th of the season at 5:08 for the Titans. Skylar Koch and Noah Campbell tallied the assists. The shots were close during the second period at 10-9 for the Titans. Noah Campbell wore the Titans armour well as he sealed the net shut going a seamless 9/9.

 

The Titans captain Travis Raposo opened the scoring for his team just 42 seconds into the third and final round as Ryan Kanten and Ty Knight had his back. Then Ryan Kanten rifled in his 12th of the summer with the cooperation of the Knights, Ty Knight and Chase Knight. The Tyro Manics still had the drive as Jim Bent fired in his 2nd score of the game with the aid of teammates Chris Ludtke and Eric Ismay. The score clock wound down until the final buzzer not allowing a full comeback attempt on this night. The Titans were victorious in this joust by a final score of 7-3.

 

Sam Vanderstoop and Ty Knight each had a superb four point match for the Titans. Ryan Kanten and Chase Knight were not far back on the strength of three points apiece. Goaltender Noah Campbell struck down the Tyro Manics 16 times.

 

The Tyro Maniacs Jim Bent finished with a great three point game with two goals and an assist. Captain Eric Ismay had a strong two point showing. Gabriel Young turned back 23 attacks from the Titans.

Penguins vs. Wolfpack on Jul 18th, 2022
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Tuesday, July 19, 2022

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In this combat there was only going to be one team left standing, but who was it going to be after almost 20 goals and seven lead changes on 66 combined shots?

 

The opening period was the absolute antithesis of what was to come as the Wolfpack Andy McLeod scored the lone goal with Matt Thibault and Ryan Miller working the passes.

 

25 seconds into the middle act, Jeremy Gallant got what seemed like some solid insurance at the time with the help of Dean Semeniuk and Reid Miller to make it 2-0 for the Wolfpack. Six more minutes went by, then Ryan Miller crushed his 9th of the summer as Caleb Pierce and Dan Nielsen collected the assists. That was the spark which triggered the parting of the floodgates as the Penguins then led the charge with a stunning four goals in the next two minutes and 29 seconds. Jeremy Reimer was up first as Ryan Volpi and Jonathan O'Keefe tallied the assists. Next was Darren Romih who had help from Cameron Murray and Avery Sakundiak. Then Rob Crant with passes from Ryan Volpi and Darren Romih. Finally, Avery Sakundiak, who sniped in his 9th of the season with some assistance from Rob Crant and Cameron Murray, capped off the four goal explosion.

 

10 seconds after the four goal storm was all that the Wolfpack needed to reassemble their troops, though, as Andy McLeod answered the call to even it all up at 4-4. Mike Stephens and Derrick McNeil contributed the assists. Caleb Pierce and Jeremy Gallant put together the touches as Steve Stalany finished it off to get the lead back for the Wolfpack at the 3:10 mark. That was still plenty of time for the Penguins, who led by Avery Sakundiak had his 2nd goal of the frame to tip the scales back to even once again before the buzzer. Jeremy Reimer and Curtis Morgan provided the setups.

 

From a one goal first act to a combined nine goal second act, the second intermission did nothing to slow the blizzard of goals. Jonathan O'Keefe needed only 45 seconds before he got the Penguins back into the lead at 6-5 with support from Ryan Volpi. Just 20 seconds later, Andy McLeod and Caleb Pierce found Ryan Miller, who tied it back up once again for the Wolfpack. Then it was Ryan Miller's time to return the favour as he teamed up with Matt Thibault to set up Caleb Pierce for his 5th of the summer to take the Wolfpack back up to a 7-6 lead.

 

The ruthless Penguins were not going to compromise, though, as Ryan Volpi led the next whirlwind of goals with his 9th of the season as Cameron Murray and Darren Romih provided the passes to tie the match 7-7. Jeremy Reimer, with assists from Ryan Volpi and Darren Romih, then made it 8-7 for the Penguins. Sniper Avery Sakundiak fired in his 3rd goal of the game for the Penguins for the hat trick, which increased their lead to 9-7.

 

The Wolfpack team was facing a two goal deficit with only 3:10 remaining in the game. However, as long as Mike Stephens was on the ice they were never out of it, as he propelled his league leading 23rd goal to cut the lead down to half. Not even 30 seconds later, Andy McLeod and Matt Thibault fed their teammate Ryan Miller the dishes he needed to consume his hunger for this 3rd and hat trick goal of the game to erase the two goal lead entirely.

 

With the game winding down to the final minute and the shootout appearing like an inevitability, Mike Stephens, the CAHL Player of the Month Award winner for June 2022, with passes from Dan Nielsen and Dean Semeniuk, torched the back of the net with his 24th goal with 1:02 showing on the game clock. The Penguins attempted the final comeback, but there wasn't enough time as the Wolfpack took home the thrilling victory by a final score of 10-9.

 

Ryan Miller was the leader of the Wolfpack with an immense five point game including a hat trick. Andy McLeod and Caleb Pierce each had terrific four point efforts. Mike Stephens and Matt Thibault finished with a great three points apiece. Netminder Calvin Pardy denied 20 shots from the Penguins for the win. Ryan Volpi tallied an outstanding five points. Avery Sakundiak had a tremendous hat trick and an assist for a total of four points. Teammate Darren Romih also had an excellent four point affair for the Penguins. Jeremy Reimer, Rob Crant, Jonathan O'Keefe and Cameron Murray all made very strong three point contributions. Goalkeeper Rob Vardy repelled the Wolfpack attack 27 times.

Bumble Berries vs. Predators on Jul 18th, 2022
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Tuesday, July 19, 2022

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It was an epic back and forth battle for supremacy as the Predators counterattacked every time the Bumble Berries garnered the lead. The Bumble Berries Drew Freer heated up the scoreboard with 3:36 left to go in the opening frame, before just 81 seconds later the Predators Liam Izyk, who plays for Boston College, fired it back the other to even it up at one apiece. Dawson O'Brien and Easson Weisshaar collected the helpers for the Bumble Berries while Cameron Shorrock and Steve Dender were the setup men for the Predators. The Predators led in the shot department 12-9 after the first.

 

Refreshed after the intermission the Bumble Berries went directly back to work as they were the first to score in the second period as well when Will Munro, who played for the Northstars Blazers, collected his 7th of the season with the assistance of Easson Weisshaar and Cameron Williscroft. The relentless Predators, this time led by Cameron Shorrock, who plays for the University of Alberta Augustana, blasted in his 6th of the summer off of the passes from Liam Izyk and Steve Dender. The score was tied up once again at two all.

 

Undeterred by the resilience of the Predators, Easson Weisshaar, Will Munro and Drew Freer had other plans as they collaborated on the Bumble Berries' 3rd one goal lead of the evening at the 4:17 mark. Steve Dender, who already assisted on the first two game tying goals, was not going to stop now as he then took the situation into his own hands and sniped it in himself to rebalance the score back to 3-3. The Predators continued to lead on the shot clock with a 14-7 tally during the 2nd act. A total of 26-16 over the first two frames.

 

The third term started off eerily similar to the first two as Mason Freer notched his 4th of the season as the Bumble Berries opened up the period scoring yet again. Easson Weisshaar and Evan Wilkinson had the assists. For the first time, though, the Bumble Berries added some insurance as Blair Jensen scored a power play marker with some help from Jason Lacasse. The Predators were vicious in their pursuit of the next goal as they fired shot after shot at a shot per minute clip, however, the largest insurance policy turned out to be Nikolas Bregeda as he foiled chance after chance to finish the period with a perfect 12/12 save rate to send his team off with a 5-3 victory.

 

Steve Dender, Liam Izyk and Cameron Shorrock led the Predators attack with a great three point night each. Between the pipes, Cody Rudiger, rejected the Bumble Berries 19 times. Easson Weisshaar topped the scoring charts with an excellent four point performance as his teammates Drew Freer and Will Munro were next in line with each possessing a strong two point showing. The Bumble Berries goaltender Nikolas Bregeda faced 12, 14 and 12 for a total of 35 shots, but stonewalled 32 of them for an exemplary .921 save percentage.

Penguins vs. Swedish Berries on Jul 14th, 2022
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Friday, July 15, 2022

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The Penguins and Swedish Berries had no shortage of firepower as they racked up a total of 15 goals on the night with five separate lead changes. Drew Freer lit up the scoreboard first before fellow Freer, Joel Freer, was up next 39 seconds later to get the Swedish Berries to a 2-0 start. The Penguins were just about to hit the ignition, though, as Rob Vardy, Curtis Morgan, Colby Rempfer and Avery Sakundiak implemented a four goal onslaught in response. Simon McPhee and Blair Jensen were not going to let the Penguins have the last word of the period as they each tallied their 2nd of the season to even it all up at four apiece to end the opening frame.

 

The Penguins goaltender Brad Boivin and the Swedish Berries goalie Christian Chua halted the offensive showcase of the 1st period from continuing into the 2nd. Only the Penguins Ryan Volpi and the Swedish Berries Jordan Rebagliati were able to strike the mesh to tie it once again, 5-5, before the final and deciding period.

 

At the 10:18 mark of the 3rd, Adnan Kovacevic revived the lead for the Swedish Berries for the first time since early in the game. Curtis Duggan had something to say about that as he sniped his 1st of the summer to erase the deficit. Joel Freer and Jordan Rebagliati got the next two for the Swedish Berries. The Penguins were relentless in their comeback effort firing endless shots, but the Swedish Berries goalkeeper Christian Chua was superb the rest of the way as he finished the period stopping 13 of the 14 pucks fired his way for an excellent .928 save percentage. The Swedish Berries Joel Freer notched an empty netter for his third and hat trick goal of the match to seal the win for his team.

 

The Freers had a tremendous showing for the Swedish Berries as Joel Freer led the way with an immense seven point outing. Drew Freer and Mason Freer were not far behind with great four point efforts. The Penguins Ryan Volpi topped his team with an excellent four point affair as his teammates Curtis Duggan, Colby Rempfer, Avery Sakundiak and Rob Vardy all had strong two point results. The Swedish Berries Christian Chua skated off the ice with a collection of 27 saves for the victory. The Penguins netminder Brad Boivin rejected a total of 26 chances.

Kings vs. Titans on Jul 14th, 2022
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Friday, July 15, 2022

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The goal drought lasted the first half of the opening period with the goalies Bobby Fowler for the Kings and Noah Campbell for the Titans fortifying their respective creases. Chase Knight finally broke through with his 1st of the season for the Titans. Fellow Titan Ty Knight added two more before Brent DeDecker answered the bell for the Kings at the 0:41 mark with his 4th goal of the summer. The Kings Taylor Pootz and Krissy Gibson helped set him up with the assists. The teams headed into the intermission with a score of 3-1 for the Titans.

 

The Titans Travis Raposo propelled two pucks into the twine in the middle frame while Josh Vanderstoop collected his 8th tally of the season to help his team to finish the period with a 6-1 lead. Chase Knight, Ty Knight, Travis Raposo, Sam Speta and Sam Vanderstoop each notched a helper.

 

The Kings goaltender Bobby Fowler stood on his head in the 3rd period as he denied 18 of the 19 discs fired his way for a stunning .947 save percentage. Sam Vanderstoop had the lone goal for the Titans as Noah Campbell provided the helping hand.

 

The Titans skated to a 7-1 win with Ty Knight getting the game winner. Travis Raposo and Ty Knight powered the offensive engine for the Titans combining for a total of eight points with each having a great four point night. Netminder Noah Campbell made 18 stops in the victory, winning at an excellent .600 clip thus far. Bobby Fowler denied a colossal 50 chances for the Kings, including a game high 19 saves in the 2nd period.

Bumble Berries vs. Meat Team on Jul 13th, 2022
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Thursday, July 14, 2022

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The Meat Team Logan Shaw was the first of many to test the strength of the mesh last night in what turned out to be a combined fury of 25 goals scored by both teams. Teammate Alex Heal, who played for the Calgary Canucks, was up next for the Meat Team making it 2-0. Meat Team Chad Mcilwain, who plays for Iowa State University, and Brad Ginnell, who played for the Moose Jaw Warriors, each added a goal before Alex Heal notched his 2nd of the match before the end of the first period.

 

The Bumble Berries Will Munro, who played for the Northstars Blazers, started the scoring in the 2nd period with his 5th of the season. Alex Heal added 3rd and 4th goals for the hat trick while fellow Meat Team Brad Ginnell gained his 2nd and 3rd for a hat trick as well. Eric Martin, who plays for Bemidji State University, also scored for his 9th of the season for the Meat Team.

 

Kade Leskosky, who plays for the Kimberley Dynamiters, took the reins and led a five goal outburst for the Bumble Berries to start the final period. Bumble Berries Will Munro fired in his 2nd of the game while Easson Weisshaar also scored two himself including a shorthanded marker. 47 seconds later Mason Freer notched another shorthanded goal for the Bumble Berries. Meat Team Ethan Beatty interrupted the scoring spree with his 1st of the season before teammate Brad Ginnell added four more goals. Logan Shaw scooped up his 2nd of the game for the Meat Team while the Bumble Berries Daniel Garvey, who plays for the Collingwood Blues, sniped two goals.

 

Brad Ginnell led the Meat Team with an amazing 11 points while Logan Shaw was not far behind with a staggering nine points. Alex Heal and Ashton Blewett also had an incredible game with seven and five points respectively. Kade Leskosky, Cayden Murray and Jackson Rowland each had excellent four point nights for the Bumble Berries. The Meat Team won by a final tally of 16-9. Brett Anderson stopped 20 shots to backstop the Meat Team to the victory. The Bumble Berries goalie Zachary Thurston rejected 19 opportunities.

Predators vs. Solar Bears on Jul 13th, 2022
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Thursday, July 14, 2022

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Without hesitation, Ben Ho, got his Solar Bears on the scoreboard just 59 seconds after the opening puck drop. Nick Simbasis was up next with his 8th goal of the season for the Solar Bears. Brendon Borbely, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, sniped the back of the net to bring his Predators within just one goal. Jarret Timmerman, who played for the Camrose Kodiaks in the AJHL, regained the two goal cushion for the Solar Bears with his 3rd of the season. Cameron Shorrock, who plays for the University of Alberta, cut the Solar Bears lead in half to bring the Predators back into a one goal affair. The Solar Bears Chase Felgueiras, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, and the Predators Liam Izyk, who plays for Boston College, traded goals to end the opening frame at 4-3 for the Solar Bears. The shots were also within one at 12-11 for the Predators.

 

The Solar Bears Josh Kroon, who plays for the Salve Regina University, took his team back up by two scores to start the middle period only to have the Predators Simon Korol responds just 28 seconds later to keep it within one. Cam McAdam, who plays for the SAIT Trojans, and teammate Jarret Timmerman with his 2nd of the game fired up the Solar Bears to finish the frame up by three goals.

 

Cam McAdam hit the mesh yet again to start off the 3rd period with his 14th goal of the season. However, the Predators never gave up as Matt Clarke and Simon Korol scored a goal apiece to reduce the four goal shortfall to half at 8-6. A full comeback would have to be on another night, though, as Chase Felgueiras added one more to the scoreboard for the Solar Bears to end the night with a 9-6 win and five points for himself on the strength of two goals and three assists. Josh Kroon also had an excellent five point night for the Solar Bears with one goal and four helpers. Simon Korol and Matt Clarke led the way for the Predators with great three point matches. Griffin Bowerman made 23 saves in the winning effort for the Solar Bears. The Predators goalie Branden Bowen turned back 16 chances.

Jokers vs. Wolfpack on Jul 13th, 2022
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Thursday, July 14, 2022

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Mike Stephens opened the scoring for the Wolfpack at the 12:48 mark of the first period in what turned out to be a back and forth close fought game. Travis Robichaud tied it up 1-1 at the 1:56 mark only to have Mike Stephens notch his second goal of the game to regain the lead. Dean Semeniuk also scored for the Wolfpack while Logan Fentie  and Colin Lefalve hit the back of the net for the Jokers to end the first period in a 3-3 tie.

 

Travis Robichaud scored the first goal of the second frame for the Jokers to put them up for the first time in the game to make it 4-3. Reid Miller answered the call for the Wolfpack to even it up once again. The Jokers Matt Palmer and Wolfpack Cody Holowachuck exchanged goals to send it to the third period tied once again, this time at 5-5.

 

The Jokers Colin Lefalve regained the earlier one goal lead at just 1:05 into the final period. Dean Semeniuk fired in his 6th goal of the season to tie it yet again at 6-6. Eric Stitt and Matt Palmer finally gave the Jokers some breathing room scoring only 48 seconds apart to take an 8-6 lead with 8:06 left to go. The Wolfpack never surrendered though with Patrick Sipila answering the call to drive their deficit down to one. With 130 seconds remaining the CAHL Player of the Month Award winner for June 2022, Mike Stephens, scored his 3rd goal of the game for the hat trick, which was also his 5th point of the night.

 

Just as most of the game, the 3rd period ended in a tie and a shootout was fittingly needed to decide it. Mike Stephens and Travis Robichaud both scored on their first chances in the shootout. Ryan Miller finally notched the shootout and game winning goal after the Jokers final two attempts were unsuccessful. The final score was 9-8 for the Wolfpack. Calvin Pardy made 19 stops for the win. The Jokers goalie, the Olympic silver medal winner and two-time World Championship gold medal winner, Lesley Reddon denied 19 attempts.

CAHL Player of the Month Award for June 2022
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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

The CAHL Player of the Month Award for June 2022 was awarded to the Wolfpack number 55 Mike Stephens who led all point scorers during the month with an incredible performance of 19 points, 13 goals, 6 assists and 2 game winning goals in 6 games played.


Ryan Miller's CAHL 1000 Points Trophy
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Friday, May 27, 2022

The Wolfpack #90 Ryan Miller was awarded the CAHL 1000 Points Trophy for reaching the incredible 1000 career points milestone.

Ryan Miller's amazing career stats are as follows: 428 GP, 419 G, 594 A, 1013 PTS, 44 PPG, 22 SHG and 142 PIM




The Blazers are the CAHL Cup Champions
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Saturday, May 14, 2022

The Blazers won the 8/9PM Weeknight Division II CAHL Cup Championship Best of 3 Finals 2 games to 1 against the TigerBuffs.
 

The CAHL Playoff MVP Trophy winner was #14 Maclean Sprung (4 GP, 7 G, 8 A, 15 PTS, 1 GWG) of the Blazers.

 

 

The Jerry's are the 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions
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Wednesday, May 11, 2022

The Jerry's won the 8/9PM Weeknight Division I CAHL Cup Championship Best of 3 Finals 2 games to 0 against the Dirty Mike & the Boys.
 

The CAHL Playoff MVP Trophy winner was #71 Colby Kawa (4 GP, 8 G, 2 A, 10 PTS, 1 SHG, 1 GWG) of The Jerry's.

 

 

Man Rockets are the 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions
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Monday, May 9, 2022

The Man Rockets won the Weekend Division III CAHL Cup Championship Best of 3 Finals 2 games to 0 against the Tea Bag of Justice.
 

The CAHL Playoff MVP Trophy winner was #10 Jordan Hughes (3 GP, 7 G, 1 A, 8 PTS, 1 SHG, 1 GWG) of the Man Rockets.

 

 

Ian Gillies' CAHL 500 Goals Trophy
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Monday, May 9, 2022

The Tea Bag of Justice #12 Ian Gillies was awarded the CAHL 500 Goals Trophy for reaching the amazing 500 career goals milestone.

Ian Gillies' exceptional career stats are as follows: 345 GP, 509 G, 407 A, 916 PTS, 61 PPG, 19 SHG and 256 PIM

 

Bumble Berries are 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions
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Monday, May 9, 2022

The Bumble Berries won the Weekend Division IV CAHL Cup Championship Best of 3 Finals 2 games to 0 against the Ice Holes.
 

The CAHL Playoff MVP Trophy winner was #31 Liam Coulter (4 GP, 4 W, 0 L, 1.50 GAA, .936 SV%, 1 SO) of the Bumble Berries.

 

The Bumble Berries #31 Liam Coulter (19 GP, 17 W, 2 L, 2.26 GAA, .905 SV%, 1 SO) is also the winner of the CAHL Top Goalie Trophy for having the best regular season GAA in the CAHL.

 

 

The Pylons are the 2021-2022 CAHL Cup Champions
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Sunday, May 8, 2022

The Pylons won the Weekend Division V CAHL Cup Championship Best of 3 Finals 2 games to 0 against the Snipers.
 

The CAHL Playoff MVP Trophy winner was #69 Bobby Fowler (3 GP, 3 W, 0 L, 2.00 GAA, .921 SV%, 1 SO) of The Pylons.

 

 

CAHL 2022 Summer League Leaders
GOALS
25
23
Cam McAdam
Solar Bears
20
Ryan Miller
Wolfpack
17
17
ASSISTS
Cam McAdam
Solar Bears
21
Ryan Miller
Wolfpack
21
Chris Pedersen
Young Bucks
21
20
19
POINTS
Cam McAdam
Solar Bears
41
40
Ryan Miller
Wolfpack
38
37
Chris Pedersen
Young Bucks
35
GOALIES (GAA)
Brad Lowe
Jokers
3.09
Luke Winquist
Young Bucks
3.56
3.77
Griffin Bowerman
Solar Bears
3.78
4.27

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