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Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Kudos for Kaliyev & A Tribute For Thede

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  
Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports Jan 8/19

 

OHL


The Ontario Hockey League today announced that NHL Draft prospect Arthur Kaliyev of the Hamilton Bulldogs is the OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week for the regular season week ending January 6 recording 11 points in four games which included scoring seven goals and four assists with a plus-minus rating of plus-2.

Kaliyev produced four straight multi-point performances including three multi-goal efforts to help the Bulldogs earn seven of a possible eight points in a busy second week following the league’s holiday break.  He scored two goals on New Year’s Eve as the defending champions celebrated the end of a special 2018 in style defeating the Erie Otters 4-3 in a shootout.  His week continued Wednesday with a goal and an assist as part of a 7-1 win over the Kingston Frontenacs, then Saturday when he scored two goals including the OT winner while adding an assist as first star of 4-3 triumph over the Sarnia Sting.  On Sunday he matched a season-high with four points tallying twice with two assists earning third star honours despite a 6-5 shootout loss to the Niagara IceDogs.  The recent success has brought Hamilton’s record back up to .500 where they stand 18-18-3-1 holding onto eighth place in the Eastern Conference standings.

A 17-year-old from Staten Island, New York, Kaliyev is playing in his second season with the Bulldogs who chose him in the second round of the 2017 OHL Priority Selection.  He’s currently fourth in league scoring with 63 points in 40 games featuring 31 goals to match his rookie total that set a franchise record for most goals by a 16-year-old.  Eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft, Kaliyev was given an ‘A’ rating by NHL Central Scouting in their December ‘Players to Watch’ list identifying first round candidates.

Also considered for the award this week was Alan Lyszczarczyk of the Mississauga Steelheads who also recorded 11 points in four games including four goals and seven assists, and Anthony Salinitri of the Oshawa Generals who scored six goals and four assists for 10 points in four games.  In goal, Arizona Coyotes prospect Ivan Prosvetov of the Saginaw Spirit posted a 3-0-0-0 record including a shutout victory with a goals-against-average of 1.00 and save percentage of .969.  His Sunday shutout against the Wolves featured 54 saves which is the most in a shutout by an OHL goaltender since Sudbury’s Alain Valiquette made 57 saves back in March, 2011.

 
2018-19 OHL ‘On the Run’ Players of the Week – Regular Season:
Dec. 31 – Jan. 6: Arthur Kaliyev (Hamilton Bulldogs)
Dec. 24 – Dec. 30: Kyle Maksimovich (Erie Otters)
Dec. 10 – Dec. 16: Andrew MacLean (Owen Sound Attack)
Dec. 3 – Dec. 9: Brett Neumann (Kingston Frontenacs)
Nov. 26 – Dec. 2: Jason Robertson (Niagara IceDogs)
Nov. 19 – Nov. 25: Morgan Frost (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)
Nov. 12 – Nov. 18: Owen Tippett (Mississauga Steelheads)
Nov. 5 – Nov. 11: Jason Robertson (Kingston Frontenacs)
Oct. 29 – Nov. 4: Kevin Hancock (Owen Sound Attack)
Oct. 22 – Oct. 28: Stephen Dhillon (Niagara IceDogs)
Oct. 15 – Oct. 21: Justin Brazeau (North Bay Battalion)
Oct. 8 – Oct. 14: Damien Giroux (Saginaw Spirit)
Oct. 1 – Oct. 7: Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen (Sudbury Wolves)
Sept. 24 – Sept. 30: Lucas Chiodo (Barrie Colts)
Sept. 19 – Sept. 23: Akil Thomas (Niagara IceDogs)


Tonight

Guelph Storm at London Knights  

Wednesday night, the Kitchener Rangers are in Owen Sound to face the Attack

Game time Wednesday night is 7 pm at the JD McArthur Arena


WESTERN CONFERENCE

London Knights         36 26 5 4 1 57
Sault Greyhounds     39 24 10 4 1 53
Saginaw Spirit            39 24 11 2 2 52
Guelph Storm            38 19 12 3 4 45
Owen Sound Attack 39 21 15 1 2 45
Sarnia Sting               41 18 16 5 2 43
Windsor Spitfires      40 18 19 2 1 39
Kitchener Rangers    39 17 19 3 0 37
Erie Otters                  39 16 21 1 1 34
Flint Firebirds             41 7 32 2 0 16
 


EASTERN CONFERENCE

Ottawa 67's                40 29 7 3 1 62
Niagara IceDogs        38 23 9 6 0 52
Oshawa Generals      40 23 15 2 0 48
Sudbury Wolves         38 21 14 2 1 45
Peterborough Petes   39 22 16 0 1 45
North Bay Battalion    40 19 18 1 2 41
Miss Steelheads         39 18 17 3 1 40
Hamilton Bulldogs      40 18 18 3 1 40
Barrie Colts                  39 18 20 1 0 37
Kingston Frontenacs  40 11 28 1 0 23

 



The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks announced plans to honour former Captain Greg Thede during their next home game.

On Friday, the Winterhawks will hold a ceremony prior to their game against the Elora Rocks to recognize Thede's contributions to both the organization and our community during his 11 seasons as captain.

"We wanted to do something for Greg as a show of appreciation for everything he gave us," said Winterhawks President Gord Lamont.

Amongst his accomplishments, Thede is a seven-time W.O.A.A. Sr. "AA" champion, winning three championships during stops with Durham and Elora prior to coming home to play with the Winterhawks in 2007.

Thede was named the first captain in Winterhawks history, leading the team to four championships in his 11 seasons, playing more games (230) than any other player in franchise history.

"Greg is one of those rare players who had the respect of everybody on the ice: his teammates, the officials and the opposition," said Lamont. "We could not have asked for a better person to represent us, both on and off the ice."

He is the Winterhawks all-time leader amongst defencemen in all offensive categories, including goals (31), assists (104) and points (135).

Thede was named the team's top defenceman on three occasions and was an eight-time winner of the Corry Solomway Award for perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication.

The ceremony and game is sponsored by Rowland's Your Independent Grocer in Port Elgin.

The game is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at The Plex in Port Elgin on Friday night as the Winterhawks continue the battle for playoff positioning against the much-improved Elora squad. 

Tickets will be available at the door at standard pricing, $8 per person.




Bluewater Girls Curling

Walkerton Riverhawks 6 Sacred Heart Crusaders 5

The Lady Riverhawks win their first of the year

The Lady Crusaders are 1-3 & 1


Varsity Girls Curling Standings

Saugeen (AA)       4 4 0 0 8
Grey Highlands (AA) 5 4 1 0 8
Sacred Heart (AA) 5 1 3 1 3
Kincardine (A)        5 1 3 1 3
Walkerton (A)      5 1 4 0 2
 



Blue Water Men’s Industrial Curling League

SMC Geomatics 8 Ottewell Fencing 2 
Tenneco 10 Wayne Cook Trucking 3
Baywest Nissan 11 Clancy Builders 2 
McArthur Tire 6 Sound Heating & Cooling 5 
Joe Tomato's 7 Leeder & Associates 3 
Hopper Real Estate\Wall-TechDrywall 10 G & M Electrical\Hooman'sHome Renovationvs 9
Bear Wheel & Brake 9 Allan Cooke, HomeLife BaysideRealty 6 



Standings 

SMC Geomatics 9 1 0 18
Tenneco              9 1 0 18
Baywest Nissan  8 2 0 16
Merrill                    8 2 0 16
McArthur Tire      7 3 1 15
Joe Tomatoe’s    6 4 0 12
Leeder                  6 4 0 12
Ottewell Fencing 6 4 0 12
Clancy Builders   5 5 0 10
Cooke, HomeLife 4 5 1 9
Hopper\Wall-Tech 3 7 0 6
Sound Heat & Cool 3 7 0 6
Cook Trucking          3 7 0 6
Bear Wheel & Brake 2 8 0 4
G & M\Hooman’s      1 9 0 2




Minor Hockey

Peewee

Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Attack 5 Dundas Blues 4


Dundas struck first with a goal in the first period. 

Harold Sutherland tied the game up briefly in the second period but Dundas would come
back with 2 more goals and lead the game 3-1 going into the 3rd period. 

The Junior Attack trailed until the last 5 minutes of the 3rd when the team rallied and made their push for the win and captured first place in the league standings.

The Harold Sutherland Attack will be away in Port Huron Michigan next weekend representing Owen Sound in the International Silver Stick Finals.

 

Novice Girls

Owen Sound Shannon Deckers of Remax Ice Hawks 8 Mount Forest 0

Rory Jex has 4 goals, Addison McCoubrey had 2, Avery Seaman, and Jenna Cranny had the other two. 

Madison Feltis and Mikayla Wingrove split the shutout.
 


Atom Girls

Owen Sound Sign Street Ice Hawks 7 Walkerton 0

Madison Feltis had the shutout.

Dani Wilkie, Shailan Miller, and Cali Hill each had two, 

Ryann Seaman had one goal for Sign Street


Chatsworth 10 Kincardine Kinucks 2

Laila Walser scored 4 goals

Addison Teeter scored 2 goals

Hope Jackson, Talya Barfoot, Mylee Snyder and Natalie Ellis each had a goal 



OMHA Novice

Oakville Rangers 3 Owen Sound Quik Lube Attack 2

Avery Yarde and Chace Minard both scored for Quik Lube



Owen Sound Futsal

Under 8

 

Green Door Catering 10 Shear Impulse Hair Salon 5

Goal scorers for Green Door Catering were; 

Elijah Austin 2, Auston Mitchell 4, Jude Beyer 3, and Lucas Brown 1.

 

Goal scorers for Shear Impulse were; 

Lucas Low 2, Cayden Beckerly 2 and Micah Edgcumbe 1
 


Dunn's Electric 10 King Courier 2

Goal scorers for Dunn's were; 

Ben DeBoer 1, Isaac Jean 3, Cole Kamrath 5, and Silas Blokzyl 1
.


Goal scorers for King Courier were; 

Jonathan Schnurr 1, and Matteo Vail 1.


 

Notes

World Snow Day is Sunday January 20th.

The Bruce Ski Club will open their ski and snowshoe trails at the club's Sawmill Nordic Centre with free access to everyone (members and non-members) from 10 am to 4 pm that day. (Non-members will be required to sign a waiver before taking part.)

There will be guided tours of both the cross-country ski trails and snowshoe trails, as well as basic ski lessons if requested. 

After the activities, warm up by the bonfire. Soup and other goodies will be for sale in support of local racer Julian Smith. 

For more information go to the Bruce Ski Club website: http://bruceskiclub.ca




Catch the Ace is BACK at the Owen Sound regional Hospital Foundation & Grey Bruce Health Services 

Tickets will go on sale Thursday and the first draw will be held Thursday January 17th.





Hanover Holidays and 560 CFOS are heading to the Saguenay Fjords in Quebec August 15th to 23rd, for 9 great days.

Sail the St Lawrence, go Whale Watching & visit historic Quebec.

To book, or for more information, call 1-800-265-5530 
 

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