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President's Update - December 12th, 2016

Bulldogs, Monarchs and Maroons win weekend games...A very cold weekend saw six games played in the HHL and Bethune, Lumsden and Strasbourg solidified their hold on first, second and third place with victories. The third place Strasbourg Maroons played the Arrows in Avonlea on Friday evening and after giving up a 5-2 lead in the third period and forced into overtime; the Maroons got a goal from their leading scorer, Greg Ferguson, 57 seconds into the extra frame and pulled out a 6-5 victory. Ferguson scored three times, Sean Delwo scored twice and Tyson Orban scored for the Maroons. Jessie Hall provided a natural hat trick for the Arrows which included a shorthanded tally. Kyle Oleniuk and Wil Putland also scored for the Arrows. Tyler Kifferling picked up the win in net for Strasbourg and Dean Brothen was in net for the Arrows. The Arrows had four minor penalties and the Marrons had three. On Saturday evening in Strasbourg the Maroons did things in reverse of the Friday game against the Raymore Rockets. Down 3-1 after the first period, the Maroons scored three times in the second period and again in the third and held on for a 5-4 victory. Garret Lockeridge scored twice for the Maroons. Sean Delwo, Dylan Marcott and Mark Cross with the winning goal also scored for the Maroons. Bradyn Melrose, Josh Jordan, Michael Jordan and Brett Mohr scored for the Rockets. Jeremy Ellis stopped 26 of 30 shots sent his way and picked up the victory in net for the Maroons. David Perkin stopped 18 in the Rocket’s net. The Rockets had six minor penalties and misconduct. The Maroons had four minor penalties, a major and a game misconduct. The second place Lumsden Monarchs had two home games on the weekend. They defeated the Wynyard Monarchs 8-2 on Friday evening and the Cupar Canucks 11-1 on Saturday evening. On Friday evening Andrew Perrault and Mason Haus each had two goals for the Monarchs. These were the first two goals that Haus has scored in the HHL with the second one coming on the power play. Robert Hillier had four assists in this game. Brady Aulie, Liam Brennan, Torey Lindsey and Kyle Johnson also scored for Lumsden. Drew Litwin on the power play and Kyle Kinequon scored for Wynyard. Will Hood was in the Lumsden net stopping 26 shots. Adam Jordan stopped 52 of 60 shots fired his way in the Wynyard net. Lumsden had one minor penalty and Wynyard had four. On Saturday evening the Monarchs Kyle Johnson led the way with four goals and two assists for the Monarchs. Liam Brennan, Dale Spelchen, Andrew Perrault with two goals, Brady Aulie with a goal and four assists, Torrey Lindsey and Ryan Herman also scored for the Monarchs. Travis Orr scored on the power play for the Canucks.

President's Update - December 5th, 2016

There were two games in the Highway Hockey league on Friday evening. In Avonlea, the visiting Strasbourg Maroons were down early 1-0 but scored three goals in the first period and twice in the second period and held on to defeat the Arrows 5-4. The maroons got scoring from Tayler Balog and Tyson Orban and also scored three power play goals. Tanner Exner, Sean Delwo and Greg Ferguson with the game winning goal all scored on the power play. The Arrows scoring came from Mike Miller, Brett Kealey, James Dombowsky and Devin Cobbold. Tyler Kifferling picked up the win in net for the Arrows and Jesse Gooding was in net for the Arrows. The Maroons had six minor penalties and the Arrows had four plus a major penalty. Mark Jelinski received a one game suspension for an instigator penalty. Also on Friday evening the first place Bethune Bulldogs were in Raymore to play the Rockets. The Rockets scored four times in the first period and had a 4-3 lead going into the second period. Penalty trouble allowed the Bulldogs to score one power play goal in the second period and two goals in the third period and pull out a 6-4 victory. Mike Reich, Drew George and Lucas Ulmer scored for the Bulldogs in the first period. Joel Kot, Mike Reich and Jacob Ulmer scored power play goals for the Bulldogs. Josh Jordan scored twice for the Rockets including a power play goal and Bradyn Melrose and Michael Jordan also scored for the Rockets. Ryan Holfeld picked up the win in net for the Bulldogs and David Perkin was in net for the Rockets. The Rockets had fourteen minor penalties and the Bulldogs had seven.

President's Update - November 28th, 2016

The Bethune Bulldogs defeated the Strasbourg Maroons on Friday evening 8-2 in Strasbourg and defeated the Cupar Canucks 11-7 on Saturday evening to move to 4-0-0 and in a tie for first place with the Lumsden Monarchs who are at 4-1-0. In Strasbourg the Bulldogs were up 3-1 after the first and second periods and then scored five times in the third period. At home Saturday evening the Canucks had a 3-2 lead going into the second period getting goals from Matthew Boha, Devin Stecyk and Godric Tham. Russ Neilson scored twice for the Bulldogs in the first period. In the second period the Bulldogs scored four times as Jacob Ulmer scored twice and Kyle Ross and Drew George scored. Cody Hall scored the lone goal for the Canucks and it was 6-4 for Bethune going into the third period. In the third period Godric Tham scored the only power play goal of the game early to get the Canucks to within one goal but Kyle Ross would score his second goal of the game quickly to restore the two goal lead. Paul Albers would then score a shorthanded goal and that was followed by goals from Drew George and the hat trick goal from Kyle Ross and the Bulldogs led 10-5. Godric Tham would then score his hat trick goal and Tyler Wilyman would score but that would be it as Matt Delahey would score late to make the final 11-7. Ryan Seibel stopped 24 shots in the Bethune to pick up the win. Colby Miller stopped 50 shots in the Cupar net. Each team had five minor penalties.

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