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President's Update December 4th, 2019

The Raymore Rockets lead the Highway Hockey League standings with a record of 6-0-0. They have scored the most goals, allowed the least goals against, their power play is clicking at a 40% success rate and their penalty kill is successful 94% of the time. This past weekend they defeated the Bethune Bulldogs 9-0 in Raymore and they defeated the Southey Marlins 8-2 in Southey. Goalie Dean Brothen has returned to the fold and now leads the league with a 1.00 GAA after winning both games on the weekend. Damien Bentz continues to lead the scoring race with 10 goals and 6 assists.

President's Update November 26th, 2019

Rockets take two at home and are first place...The Raymore Rockets defeated the Bethune Bulldogs 7-0 on Friday evening and defeated the Lumsden Monarchs 3-1 on Saturday evening to go to 4-0-0 for the season and take over sole possession of first place. On Friday evening in Raymore the Rockets built up a 3-0 lead going into the last period and scored four in the third. Damien Bentz and Michael Jordan each had a hat trick in this game. Tyrell Shulko also scored. Kevin Orthner stopped 12 shots in the shutout and Ryan Holfield stopped 39 shots in the Bethune net.

President's Update November 18th, 2019

Bulldogs and Rockets both win twice this past weekend....The Bethune Bulldogs defeated our reigning champions 4-3 in a shoot out in Lumsden on Friday evening. Dale Spelchen scored the only goal of the first period and the Monarchs had a 1-0 lead. In the second period. Landon Fahlman scored late in the period to tie the game 1-1 but before the end of the period Dale Spelchen would score his second goal and then with nine seconds left in the period Brett Mennear would score for the Bulldogs and it was 2-2 heading into the third period.

President's Update November 10th, 2019

The Lumsden Monarchs began defence of their crown with a 5-2 victory on Friday evening in Lumsden. The first period saw the Marlins get into a lot of penalty trouble. The Monarchs went two for five on the power play getting goals from Kyle Johnson and Andrew Perrault. The Marlins got a goal from Colby Brandt and it was 2-1 for Lumsden after one period. There were 48 minutes of penalties in the first period and the Monarchs outshot the Marlins 20-9. It was a very busy period ffor goalie Landin Moldenhauer.

Season Begins.....

Our 54th season begins Friday evening in Lumsden. The 2019 Robert Schultz Cup champions begin defence of their title against the Southey Marlins at 8:30 p.m. in Lumsden. All teams will be in action next weekend. The Raymore Rockets and the Strasbourg Maroons will begin their season next Friday evening in Strasbourg. The Maroons will be retiring Mark Cross jersey in a ceremony before the game. The Bethune Bulldogs will begin their season next Friday evening in Lumsden. All teams will begin interlocking play against the QVHL on the December 20th/21st weekend.

President's Update October 8th, 2019

2019-20 Season

Robert Schultz Cup Champions

Monarchs take 2-0 lead in HHL Final

The Lumsden Monarchs defeated the Raymore Rockets 6-2 on Saturday evening in Lumsden to take a 2-0 lead in the Robert Schultz Cup final. The Monarchs used the power play to score the only two goals of the first period with Brody Luhning and Braeden Adamyk both scoring. In the second period Torey Lindsay scored a power play goal to put the Monarchs up 3-0. With three minutes left in the second period Raymore goalie Dean Brothen left the game with an injury after facing 25 shots.

President's Update - March 20th, 2019

Our Final is set playing for the Robert Schultz Cup. Lumsden Monarchs defeated the Southey Marlins three straight in the one semi-final. All of the games were close and it was an entertaining series. The Raymore Rockets took our defending champions to five games in the other semi-final and were the only team in this series to win on the road defeating the Bulldogs 2-0 on Sunday in Bethune. 

2019 HHL FINAL Set

Raymore Rockets vs. Lumsden Monarchs set to play for the Robert Schultz Cup....more to come...

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