President's Update - February 1st, 2016

There were only four games this past week in the HHL. Last Wednesday evening the Bethune Bulldogs added to their first place lead in the standings with a 6-1 victory over the Avonlea Arrows in Bethune.  Jake Ulmer scored the first four goals of the game for the Bulldogs that included two power play goals. Shea Van Luven would score the final two goals. Kyle Oleniuk scored for the Arrows. Ryan Seibel stopped 28 shots in the Bethune net for the win and Aaron Husband stopped 47 shots in the Avonlea net. Avonlea had five minor penalties and Bethune had three.  On Friday evening the Strasbourg Maroons created a three way tie for fifth place with the Canucks and Arrows with a 5-3 victory over the Canucks in Cupar.  Mitch McNish put the Maroons up 1-0 early in the first period and Elliot Hubick would tie the game up at 1-1 for the Canucks late in the first period.  The Maroons would get a power play goal from Donovan Thompson in the second period and then Sean Delwo and Greg Ferguson would score to put the Maroons up 4-1. Cody Hall would then score for the Canucks and it was 4-2 going into third period.  Brayden Frank would score for the Canucks early in the third period and there would be no more scoring until the last minute when Sean Delwo would get his second of the evening to make the final 5-3 for the Maroons.  The Canucks were assessed six minor penalties and the Maroons had three. Jeremy Ellis picked up the win in net for the Maroons and Tanner Kehler was in net for the Canucks.

President's Update - January 25th, 2016

Bethune continues to lead HHL standings with Raymore and Lumsden close behind…the Bethune Bulldogs (12-1-2) lost their first game in regulation this season to the Raymore Rockets last Wednesday evening in Raymore 9-1 but bounced back with an 8-2 victory over the Cupar Canucks in Cupar on Friday evening. Against Cupar Shea Van Luven led the way with a hat trick and Drew George scored twice for the Bulldogs. Donovan Chow and Cody Hall scored for the Canucks. Ryan Seibel picked up the win in net for the Bulldogs and Colby Miller was in net for the Canucks. Cupar had seven minor penalties and Bethune had five. The Raymore Rockets (12-2-1) finished their week off in league play with an 8-2 win over the Strasbourg Maroons (2-13-1). This is the fourth straight win for the Rockets since losing in a shootout to the Lumsden Monarchs earlier this month. Jordan Reeve and Tyrell Shulko led the way for the Rockets in this game with two goals each. Chad Filteau, Davis Brown, Josh Jordan and Shane Flaman also scored for the Rockets. Greg Ferguson and Donovan Thompson scored for the Maroons. Travis Bosch picked up the win in net for the Rockets and Tyler Kifferling was in net for the Maroons. Raymore was assessed four minor penalties and a fighting major while Strasbourg had six minor penalties, a fighting major and two misconducts. Braden Bentz from the Rockets and Larry Dohm from the Maroons each received a game misconduct.

President's Update - January 18th, 2016

Rockets win two on the weekend….The Raymore Rockets defeated the Wynyard Monarchs 9-6 at home on Friday evening and then defeated the Avonlea Arrows in Avonlea on Saturday evening 4-2 to get to within three points of the first place Bethune Bulldogs. On Friday evening last year’s league MVP, Michael Jordan, had a hat trick and two assists and Tyrell Shulko scored twice to lead the way for the Rockets.  Nelson Davis, Braden Bentz, Chad Filteau and Cody Mapes also scored for the Rockets. Lyle Ostapowich and Brett Leffler each had two goals for the Monarchs. Brett Plouffe and Riley Storzuk also scored for Wynyard. Travis Bosch picked up the win in net for the Rockets and David Perkin was in net for the Monarchs. There were six minor penalties in the game and Brendan Eisnor from Raymore and Joey MacDonald from Wynyard each received fighting majors late in the third period and both received one game suspensions. On Saturday evening in Avonlea, Josh Jordan and Jordan Reeve each scored twice for the Rockets. Josh Jelinski and James Dombowsky replied for the Arrows. Travis Bosch picked up his league leading ninth win in net for the Rockets. Dean Brother was in net for the Arrows. Each team had four minor penalties. The Rockets play the first place Bethune Bulldogs at home on Wednesday evening and with a victory can move to within one point of the Bulldogs.


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