President's Update - Playoff Edition


Playoff Preview from the Box – Quarter-Finals

President's Update - Monday, February 11th, 2013


Provincials Update

President's Update - January 29th, 2013

There were just three league games this past weekend. On Friday evening, the Cupar Canucks clinched their sixth League pennant and their first pennant since 2007 without playing as the Raymore Rockets went into Wynyard and defeated the Monarchs 5-2 eliminating Wynyard from their chance at first place. Raymore scored two quick goals in the first period as Josh Belair scored just ten seconds into the game and then Dallas Thiessen scored on the power play 3:40 into the period.

President's Update January 23rd, 2013

Tyson Sievert Memorial Game and Tribute - Cupar January 19th

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As announced at the start of the season, the Highway Hockey League will be changing the name of some Awards trophies that do not presently have a formal name or that have a name of a commercial sponsor that may no longer be sponsoring a trophy with their name on the trophy. It is my pleasure to announce that beginning this year we have three trophies that we are proud to be renaming.

President's Update - January 7th, 2013

On Saturday evening the Avonlea Arrows, fresh off a victory over the Strasbourg Maroons Friday evening, won their fourth game in their last five games with a 4-3 shootout victory over the Bethune Bulldogs. The Arrows have now beaten the Bulldogs twice since losing to the Bulldogs in November. The Arrows tied the Bulldogs three times in this game before finally scoring the winner in the shootout. Jacob Ulmer scored late in the first period on the power play to give the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead going into the second period.

President's Update December 31st, 2012

Our first game after Christmas was played on Friday evening in Lumsden. The Bethune Bulldogs defeated the Monarchs 7-2. The Monarchs scored just seventeen seconds into the game on a goal by Jon Kress. Tyler Riche (PPG) and Mike Reich would score fourteen seconds apart before the five minute mark to give the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead going into the second period.

President’s Update – November 22nd, 2012

Our season started on Friday evening with 3 games played. Our defending Champions were in Lumsden Friday evening. Justin Mrazek stopped 8 shots before Avonlea scored on their first shot of the game 10:12 into the first period when Mike Miller scored. Things evened out for the next fifteen minutes and then the Arrows flexed their muscles and scored three goals in just two and a half minutes thanks to Shay Neufeld, Layton Ludwar and Cal Filson.


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