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


Provincials Update

Provincial ‘A’

Cupar Canucks – The Canucks lost to LeRoy on Saturday evening 5-3 in LeRoy and played game three of their series on Sunday evening in Cupar. With the score tied at one after two periods, the Canucks would get two goals from Jaret Eberle and a goal from Justin Bernhardt in the third period and go on to a 4-1 victory. The Canucks now play the Balcarres Broncs.

Lumsden Monarchs – The Lumsden Monarchs played game three of their series with the Arcola/Kisbey Combines on Saturday evening in Arcola. The Monarchs led 3-1 after one period with two goals from Tyson Getzinger and a goal from Zak Anderson. Brett Matlock scored in the second period and then Austin Preete scored in the third period to make the final 5-2 Monarchs. Lumsden will now play the Midale Mustangs.

Wynyard Monarchs – The Wynyard Monarchs swept the Dalmeny Fury with a second game 5 – 2 victory in Dalmeny on Saturday evening. Scoring came from five different scorers for the Monarchs….Donovan Hall, Derek Halldorson, Brett Leffler, Aaron Lindal and Bryan Kauk. Wynyard will now play the Rosthern Wheat Kings.

Raymore Rockets – The Rockets lost to the Balcarres Broncs on Wednesday evening 4-3 and then came back with a 7-4 victory on Saturday evening in Balcarres. On Sunday evening Balcarres jumped out to a 3-0 lead after one period and went on to defeat the Rockets 5-2 and win the series 2-1. Balcarres now play the Cupar Canucks.

President's Update February 5th, 2013


Last Tuesday evening the Lumsden Monarchs won their first game of the year. Powered by six first period goals they went on to defeat the Southey Marlins 11-3. Tyson Getzinger had a hat trick, Jon Kress had a goal and four assists and Jesse Matlock had two goals (one SHG) and two assists to the lead the way. Also scoring for Lumsden were Denby Haysom, Brady Aulie, Zak Anderson, Lance Morrison and Stuart Poulin. Elliot Hubick picked up two goals for the Marlins and Evan Mohr scored the only power play goal of the game. Trevor Thiessen picked up his first win of the year in net for the Monarchs while Ryan Senft and Mitch Robinson were in net for the Marlins. Each team had four minor penalties. On Wednesday evening, the Bethune Bulldogs defeated the Strasbourg Maroons 5-2. Mike Reich had a natural hat trick and scored a power play goal and the game winner. Tory Willfong had a power play goal and Tim Weber also scored for the Bulldogs. Greg Ferguson and Branden Sentes replied for the Maroons. Ryan Seibel picked up the win in net for the Bulldogs and Tyler Kifferling was in net for the Maroons. After a penalty free first period, Bethune had seven minor penalties and Strasbourg had five. In Wynyard, Dylan Bentz score with just over six minutes left in the game to tie the Canucks at four and then Brett Leffler scored at 1:32 of overtime as the Wynyard Monarch defeated the Cupar Canucks 5-4. Leffler also had a power play goal in this game as did Aaron Lindal. Donovan Hall also scored for the Monarchs. Justin Bernhardt and Kyle Ermel both had two goals for the Canucks. David Perkin picked up the win in net for the Monarchs and Jamie Wutke was in net for the Canucks.

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. Donovan Hall would then answer back very quickly for the Monarchs as he scored twice in the next three minutes to tie this game up. There was no scoring in the second period, in fact there was no scoring for the next forty-five minutes until Shane Baum would score what would be the winner almost thirteen minutes into the third period. Tyrell Shulko would score while the Rockets were shorthanded and Josh Belair would pick up his second goal of the game in the last minute of the period. Nathan Fischl, in his first start of 2013, picked up the win in net for the Rockets. Dave Perkin was in net for the Monarchs. Raymore had eleven minor penalties in this game and Wynyard had nine minor penalties and misconduct. Also on Friday evening, the Avonlea Arrows were in Strasbourg and defeated the Maroons 9-0. The Maroons lead the league in fewest penalty minutes by a wide margin averaging nine minutes a game but on this night they had eight minor penalties and the league’s second best power play unit took advantage of that scoring four power play goals. Shay Neufeld scored three times, including two power play goals, and had three assists for six points and moved into second in the league scoring race with 16 goals and 20 assists for 38 points, just five points behind league leader Brett Leffler from Wynyard. James Ardelan had two goals and two assists and Gavin Mievre had two goals and an assist. Other Avonlea scorers were Brendon Vanthuyne and Mike Miller on the power play. Goalie Justin Mrazek picked up his eleventh win of the year for the Arrows and is tied with the Canuck’s Jamie Wutke in wins. Tyler Kifferling was in net for the Maroons.


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