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President's Update - November 28th, 2016

The Bethune Bulldogs defeated the Strasbourg Maroons on Friday evening 8-2 in Strasbourg and defeated the Cupar Canucks 11-7 on Saturday evening to move to 4-0-0 and in a tie for first place with the Lumsden Monarchs who are at 4-1-0. In Strasbourg the Bulldogs were up 3-1 after the first and second periods and then scored five times in the third period. At home Saturday evening the Canucks had a 3-2 lead going into the second period getting goals from Matthew Boha, Devin Stecyk and Godric Tham. Russ Neilson scored twice for the Bulldogs in the first period. In the second period the Bulldogs scored four times as Jacob Ulmer scored twice and Kyle Ross and Drew George scored. Cody Hall scored the lone goal for the Canucks and it was 6-4 for Bethune going into the third period. In the third period Godric Tham scored the only power play goal of the game early to get the Canucks to within one goal but Kyle Ross would score his second goal of the game quickly to restore the two goal lead. Paul Albers would then score a shorthanded goal and that was followed by goals from Drew George and the hat trick goal from Kyle Ross and the Bulldogs led 10-5. Godric Tham would then score his hat trick goal and Tyler Wilyman would score but that would be it as Matt Delahey would score late to make the final 11-7. Ryan Seibel stopped 24 shots in the Bethune to pick up the win. Colby Miller stopped 50 shots in the Cupar net. Each team had five minor penalties.

President's Update - November 21st, 2016

Maroons win two games on weekend….

The Strasbourg Maroons defeated the Cupar Canucks at home on Friday evening 9-5 and upended the Wynyard Monarchs in Wynyard Saturday evening 6-4 to up their record to 2-0-1. On Friday evening Cupar got goals from Brayden Frank, Travis Orr and Kyle hill on the power play to take a 3-0 lead into the second period. The Maroons woke up in the second period and proceeded to score eight goals including two power play goals to take an 8-3 lead going into the final frame. Greg Ferguson scored three times in the period for the Maroons. Tye Exner, Dylan Marcott and Mark Cross would also score. Eric Schultz and Garret Lockeridge would score on the power play. Mark Cross would complete the hat trick with two goals in the third period while Cody Hall and Dylan Mohr would complete the scoring for the Canucks. Tyler Kifferling would pick up the win in the net for the Maroons. Colby Miller and Tanner Kehler split time in the Canucks net. The Canucks had two minor penalties, two major penalties and a game misconduct. The Maroons had eleven minor penalties, one major penalty, one misconduct and two game misconducts. Dillan Hubick (GM last 10 minutes) and Rhett Sandercock (Instigator) from the Maroons received one game suspensions and Taylor Orr received a three game suspension (Match) from this game. On Saturday evening the Maroons were in Wynyard. Kyle Kinequon scored for Wynyard and it was 1-0 after one period. In the second period Carter Buffalo put the Monarchs up 2-0 but Strasbourg would roar back with four goals as Mark Cross would score twice and Tayler Balog and Dylan Marcott would score on the power play before Jordan Karakochuk would score on the power play for the Monarchs and it was 4-3 Strasbourg going into the third period. In the third Donovan Thompson would score to give the Maroons a two goal lead but Eric Popadynec would score to get the Monarchs to within one before Sean Delwo would score late to give the Maroons a 6-4 victory. Jeremy Ellis picked up the win for the Maroons and Adam Jordan was in net for the Monarchs. Strasbourg had four minor penalties and Wynyard had five. The Maroons now have a big weekend hosting the Bethune Bulldogs (2-0-0) on Friday evening and going to Lumsden on Saturday evening to play the Monarchs (3-1-0).

President's Update - November 14th, 2016

Bethune Bulldogs pick up where they left off...

The Bethune Bulldogs, our defending champions and the Provincial ‘A’ champions, coasted to a 13-2 victory over the Wynyard Monarchs on Saturday evening in Bethune to open up their season. Mark Lustig had four goals and three assists, Drew George had one goal and five assists, Derek Fuchs had two goals and three assists, Jacob Ulmer had one goal and four assists, Mike Reich had one goal and four assists and Russ Nielson had one goal and two assists. Fuchs and George each scored a power play goal. Carter Buffalo and Donovan Hall scored for Wynyard. Ryan Holfeld and Ryan Seibel split the game in net facing 28 shots for the Bulldogs and Adam Jordan was in net for the Monarchs facing 54 shots. The Monarchs had five minor penalties and the Bulldogs had one. Also on Saturday evening the Raymore Rockets played their first game of the year in Avonlea. The Rockets got two goals each from Tyrell Shulko and Cody Mapes and a goal from Emery Anderson in the first period to take a commanding 5-0 lead. The Arrows, coming off an overtime win against the Maroons the night before, responded with three goals in the second period with Brett Kealey scoring twice and Devin Cobbold scoring on the power play. In the third period Braden Bentz would score on the power play and Josh Jordan would score before Stuart Holland would score for the Arrows late in the period to make the final score 7-4 for the Rockets. David Perkin would pick up the win in net for the Rockets and Dean Brothen was in net for the Arrows. The Arrows had four minor penalties and the Rockets had two. Also on Saturday evening, the Lumsden Monarchs would pick up their second win of the year with a 7-3 victory over the Cupar Canucks. This game was tied 2-2 going into the third period and would stay that way through almost 13 minutes of the third period and then the Monarchs scored five goals in five minutes and nineteen seconds to put the game away. For the Monarchs Kyle Johnson had two goals and one assist, Dale Spelchen had one goal and three assists, Liam Brennan had a goal and an assist, Tyler Penny had a goal and an assist and Torrey Lindsey and Andrew Perrault also scored. Godric Tham scored twice for the Canucks and Brett Boha also scored. There were no special teams goals in this game. Will Hood picked up the win in net for the Monarchs and Colby Miller was in net for the Canucks. Each team had three minor penalties.

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