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QVHHL Update - November 29th, 2021

We had two games Friday evening...at home the Odessa/Vibank Bruins scored once in the first period, three times in the second period and then one more time in the third period to take a 5-0 lead on Lumsden before the Monarchs scored the last three goals of the third period and made the final 5-3 Bruins. Logan Herchak, Troy Murray, Linden Lang, Tyler King and Marshall Wilton with a power play goal scored for the Bruins. The Monarchs got power play goals from Dale Spelchen, Andrew Perrault plus a goal from Kevin Dufour.

QVHHL Update - November 22nd, 2021

We have completed two weekends of play...this past Friday evening there was one game on the slate. The Grenfell Spitfires scored twice in the first period, a power play goal from Sanford King and a goal from Allen Kilback and held on for a 3-1 victory over Odessa/Vibank Bruins. Sanfred would score his second goal of the evening in the second period and the Bruins would score late in the third period on a goal from Logan Herchak to nullify the shutout. Mitch Kilgore picked up the win in the Grenfell net and Shane Bloomquist was in net for Odessa/Vibank.

QVHHL Update - November 15th, 2021

So it begins...we are back playing hockey. On Friday evening our first game was played in Southey. The Marlins defeated the Bethune Bulldogs 6-5. The Marlins scored in the first period on a goal from Landon Walters and extended their lead to 2-0 with a goal from Arthur Miller in the second period. The third period saw nine goals. The Bulldogs tied the game up early in the third with goals from Cain Thomson and Sterling Bear. Derek Frater would then score and the Marlins were back up 3-2.

QVHHL Update - November 5th, 2021

Here is your update...The Strasbourg Maroons have decided to take a leave of absence for 2021-22. They join Raymore and Cupar that are already on leave and hoping to rejoin next year. The Balgonie Bison have also decided to take a leave of absence in the QVHL. That leaves seven teams between the two leagues. In order to play teams between the leagues we are joining together. For this year we are doing a full schedule with the QVHL of 18 games. We will keep our existing rules, merge some of those rules for this year and this will allow these seven teams to play in 2021-22.

League Update - October 5th, 2021

Well...it has been 11 months since we had to shut down due to the pandemic and we are now trying to get things rolling again for 2021-22. It takes time to do that and it will take more time yet.

As far as League business for this upcoming year, we have been notified by the Raymore Rockets that they will be taking a one year leave of absence. We have also been contacted by the Cupar Canucks that it is their intention to do more planning and fundraising in hopes of rejoining our league for the 2022-23 season.

Postponements

All HHL games have been postponed this weekend. We will update you as we receive more information.

President's Update - November 22nd, 2020

Marlins take two from Rockets and are in first place...The Southey Marlins went into Raymore Friday evening and defeated the Raymore Rockets 7-6 in a shoot out. Tyler Adams scored twice and Tanner Manz scored to give the Marlins a 3-0 lead going into the second period. The Rockets would score early in the second period and would eventually score five goals in just under nine minutes to take a 5-3 lead going into the third period. Ryley Storzuk and Chantz Petruic each had two goals in that second period and Tyler Bell would also score.

Game Postponement

The Strasbourg @ Lumsden game scheduled for Saturday evening has been postponed. Thank you and we will update when this game will be rescheduled. 

President's Update - November 15th, 2020

Marlins and Rockets tied for first place after the first weekend of play...The Southey Marlins and the Raymore Rockets each notched two wins on the weekend to vault into a first place tie in the standings. The Marlins defeated the Bethune Bulldogs 10-2 in Southey on Friday evening and then defeated the Bulldogs 6-4 in Bethune on Saturday evening.

Highway Hockey League Update - November 11th, 2020

Highway Hockey senior hockey returns, in a very different form, this weekend.

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