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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Pollock Division Semifinals Begin Tonight

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  
Feb 19/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports


Ontario Hockey League

Mickey Renaud Night

Sarnia Sting 6 Windsor Spitfires 4

 

Sting 6 Spitfires 4

Overage captain Ryan McGregor had a hat trick for Sarnia who scored 4 times in the 2nd period to snap Windsor's 3 game win streak and spoil Mickey Renaud Night

Brayden Guy, Ryan Roth & Ty Voit also scored for the Sting who sit 13 points out of a playoff position in the Western Conference.

Daniel D’Amico, Egor Afanasyev,  Curtis Douglas & Matthew Maggio scored for the Spitfires who had completed a successful 3 game sweep of an Eastern Ontario swing.

Mickey Renaud Night is an annual game in Windsor staged each year on February 18th to mark the passing of the former Spitfire captain.

Renaud passed away Monday February 18, 2008, just one day after playing in Owen Sound against the Attack.
In a 4-1 win by the Spitfires in owen Sound, Renaud was +2 and was on the ice when Windsor's Matthew Bragg scored an empty net marker with 24 seconds remaining in the contest

Saturday & Sunday, the Attack will host the Erie Otters in a key Divisional & Conference matchup
Owen Sound is 7th in the Western Conference, just 2 points up on Erie


1st Period
1, Windsor, D'Amico 21 (Purboo, Angle), 8:42. 
2, Sarnia, McGregor 21 (Bitten), 10:36. 

Penalties-Kammerer Sar (instigator, fighting, misc-instigating), 11:07; Zito Wsr (fight-inst. upon), 11:07; Douglas Wsr (tripping), 19:21.

2nd Period
3, Sarnia, McGregor 22 (Josling, Guy), 4:05. 
4, Sarnia, Guy 14 (Rees), 13:33 (PP). 
5, Sarnia, Roth 22 (Mast, Rees), 15:45. 
6, Windsor, Afanasyev 26 (Douglas, Stevenson), 18:28. 
7, Sarnia, Voit 8 (Burke, Bitten), 19:00. 

Penalties-Johnston Wsr (holding), 9:51; Purboo Wsr (blindsiding), 12:07.


3rd Period
8, Windsor, Douglas 24 (Cuylle, Corcoran), 17:10. 
9, Sarnia, McGregor 23 (Guy), 17:50 (EN). 
10, Windsor, Maggio 3 (Robinson, Rafkin), 19:10. 

Penalties-Josling Sar (tripping), 8:38; Purboo Wsr (high sticking), 9:06; Perreault Sar (high sticking), 10:48; Roth Sar (holding), 15:09.


Shots on Goal
Sarnia 8-10-3-21
Windsor 10-11-16-37

Goalies
Sarnia, Gaudreau 8-11-1-1 (37 shots-33 saves). 
Windsor, Piiroinen 17-8-3-0 (18 shots-13 saves); Medina 15-8-2-0 (2 shots-2 saves).

Power Play Opportunities
Sarnia 1 / 4; 
Windsor 0 / 4.

Referees-Chris Ferreira (14), Mac Nichol (33).
Linesmen-Geoff Rutherford (62), Kyle Flood (66)

Attendance = 4,172


 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

London              53 37 14 1 1 76
Saginaw            54 34 16 2 2 72
Kitchener   55 34 14 5 2 75
Flint                    54 35 17 1 1 72
Windsor    53 32 16 5 0 69
Guelph               54 28 19 2 5 63
Owen Sound     54 26 21 4 3 59
Erie                     54 23 20 4 7 57
Sault Ste Marie 56 25 28 2 1 53
Sarnia                 56 19 31 5 1 44


EASTERN CONFERENCE

X Ottawa            52 42 9 0 1 85
Sudbury              55 29 25 1 0 59
X Peterborough 56 33 20 2 1 69
Oshawa              54 28 18 4 4 64
Barrie                  53 25 23 3 2 55
Mississauga       55 24 26 4 1 53
Hamilton             55 23 25 6 1 53
Niagara     55 17 33 4 1 39
Kingston             54 17 33 2 2 38
North Bay           54 13 38 3 0 29

X = clinched playoff position



The Canadian Hockey League today announced the 21st edition of the Vaughn CHL Team of the Week for the 2019-20 season based on individual performances from Feb. 10-16.

Headlining the group is Rimouski Oceanic captain and 2020 NHL Draft favourite Alexis Lafreniere who amassed 10 points counting two goals and eight assists across a pair of appearances. Against the Quebec Remparts on Sunday, Lafreniere pushed his point streak to five games as he put up a dominant, career-best performance of seven points including one goal and six assists en route to an 11-2 victory and first-star honours. For his efforts, Lafreniere was recognized as the Ultramar QMJHL Player of the Week.

Also up front is fellow 2020 NHL Draft hopeful Cole Perfetti of the Saginaw Spirit who wrapped up the week with 10 points counting four goals and six assists over a trio of contests. Registering at least one point in 10 of his past 11 appearances, Perfetti matched a season high of five points – all coming as helpers – in Wednesday’s 7-5 road win over the Soo Greyhounds, helping him earn recognition as the game’s first star in addition to OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week honours.

Rounding out the forward ranks is another top NHL Draft prospect in Portland Winterhawks centre Seth Jarvis whose week counted three goals and six assists for nine points over three games. A projected early selection come June, Jarvis put his offensive skills on display in Sunday’s 11-2 win over the Moose Jaw Warriors in which he finished with one goal and four assists for five points to match a season high and wrap up the night with second-star recognition. The successful showing also helped Jarvis garner WHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week honours.

On the blue line, Spirit veteran rearguard D.J. Busdeker continues to build on an incredible season as he tallied six points counting two goals and four assists through three appearances. Facing the Soo Greyhounds on Wednesday, Busdeker put up a pair of tallies plus an assist to match a season high of three points en route to a 7-5 victory.

Also on the back end is San Jose Sharks first-round pick Ryan Merkley of the London Knights who earns a spot on the Vaughn CHL Team of the Week for the fourth time this season after collecting six assists through three contests. Riding a nine-game point streak, the stretch saw Merkley register a season high of four points in Friday’s 6-3 win over the rival Kitchener Rangers in which he took home first-star honours.

Between the pipes, top-ranked North American netminder Nico Daws of the Guelph Storm continued his dominant play in coming away with a pair of victories in which he combined for 77 saves to finish with a 0.50 goals-against average and .987 save percentage. Versus the Owen Sound Attack on Friday, Daws turned aside 40 shots to help guide his club to a 2-0 win that saw him record his fifth shutout of the season.




The Ontario Hockey League today announced the 12th edition of the weekly minor midget rankings for the 2020 OHL Cup Showcase Tournament powered by Under Armour and hosted by the Greater Toronto Hockey League.

The 2020 OHL Cup powered by Under Armour and hosted by the GTHL is scheduled for March 17-23 and will feature 20 teams from across Ontario and the United States showcasing many of the top players eligible for the 2020 OHL Priority Selection.  All games will be played at Scotiabank Pond in Toronto until the Championship Final moves to the Mattamy Athletic Centre on Monday, March 23.

The weekly rankings are determined by a panel of OHL Central Scouting staff and represent the top teams that are competing to play in the annual year-end championship tournament.

 

Minor Midget Rankings for the 2020 OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour – Week 12

Toronto Jr. Canadiens
Toronto Titans
Toronto Nationals
Quinte Red Devils
Elgin-Middlesex Chiefs
Toronto Marlboros
Vaughan Kings
Hamilton Huskies
Southern Tier Admirals
Whitby Wildcats
   
 
Honourable Mention:  
 
Ajax-Pickering Raiders
Mississauga Reps
Waterloo Wolves

The Toronto Jr. Canadiens are the new number one team in the OHL Cup Powered by Under Armour Minor Midget Top-10, returning to where they began back in late November. The Jr. Canadiens swept the Markham Majors in the first round of the GTHL Playoffs and have taken a 2-0 (pts.) second round series lead over the Toronto Marlboros. The Toronto Titans fall one spot to number two on the list as they find themselves deadlocked in a 4-4 (pts.) first round series with the seventh-ranked Vaughan Kings. The Toronto Nationals also climbed one spot to sit third, advancing to the second round following a 6-0 (pts.) series sweep of the Mississauga Reps. The Whitby Wildcats are making their first appearance on the list coming in at 10th after advancing to the OMHA ETA semi-finals with a 7-1 (pts.) series triumph over the Kingston Jr. Gaels. Also semi-finalists, the Ajax-Pickering Raiders earned an honourable mention for the first time this season.

For more information, please visit ohlcup.ca.






Greater Metro Junior Hockey League Playoffs

North Elimination Game

West Nipissing Lynx 7 South Muskoka Shield 3


1st Period
09:39 West Nipissing Chase Kanasawe  (Thomas Farrell, Samuel Vigneux)
15:52 West Nipissing Robert Ginatullin  (Kodiak Whiteduck, Carson Cavalieri)
17:05 South Muskoka Ilya Zheltakov  (Ivan Bilyy, Artur Motskivitsus)
18:50 West Nipissing Marcus Rabbitskin-Blackned  (Silas Mattawashish)
19:11 West Nipissing Silas Mattawashish  (Thomas Farrell, Marc-Andre Quevillon)

2nd Period
05:18 South Muskoka Ilya Zheltakov  (Erik Wafer, Ivan Bilyy)
06:25 West Nipissing Silas Mattawashish  (Marcus Rabbitskin-Blackned, William Michaud)
18:53 West Nipissing Robert Ginatullin  (Marcus Rabbitskin-Blackned, Silas Mattawashish)
19:16 South Muskoka Gabe Testa - Del Campo  (Ilya Zheltakov, Loic Pierre-Louis)

3rd Period
13:57 West Nipissing Carson Cavalieri  (Kodiak Whiteduck)



South Elimination Game

Toronto Predators 4 Windsor Aces 1

 

1st Period
13:40 Toronto Kyle Munyankuge  (Cole Schneider)

2nd Period
12:05 Windsor Cameron Pickersgill  (Zachery Hartig, Parker Gee)

3rd Period
10:05 Toronto Mackenzie Okumura  (Conor Perrier)
14:59 Toronto Isaac Carreiro  (Unassisted)
19:30 Toronto Mackenzie Okumura  (Logan MacDonell)

 

North Quarterfinal Tonight

Bancroft Rockhounds at Bradford Bulls
( Game 1 )
8 pm



Pollock Division Semifinal

Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 
( Game 1 of a best of 7 series )
8:30 p.m.


Pollock Division Semifinals

Mount Forest Patriots vs. Mitchell Hawks

Wed Feb 19 Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 8:30 p.m.
Sat Feb 22 Mount Forest Patriots at Mitchell Hawks 7:15 p.m.
Sun Feb 23 Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 7:30 p.m.
Wed Feb 25 Mount Forest Patriots at Mitchell Hawks 9 p.m.

Sat Feb 29 Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 8 p.m.
Sun Mar 1 Mount Forest Patriots at Mitchell Hawks 3:10 p.m.
Wed Mar 4 Mitchell Hawks at Mount Forest Patriots 8:30 p.m.
 


Wingham Ironmen vs Kincardine Bulldogs

Fri Feb 21 Kincardine Bulldogs at Wingham Ironmen 8 p.m.
Sat Feb 22 Wingham Ironmen at Kincardine Bulldogs 7:30 p.m.
Sun Feb 23 Kincardine Bulldogs at Wingham Ironmen  3 p.m.
Thr Feb 26 Wingham Ironmen at Kincardine Bulldogs 8:30 p.m.

Fri Feb 28 Kincardine Bulldogs at Wingham Ironmen  8 p.m. 
Sat Feb 29 Wingham Ironmen at Kincardine Bulldogs7:30 p.m. 
Sun Mar 1 Kincardine Bulldogs at Wingham Ironmen  3 p.m. 




Ontario Junior Hockey League

Burlington Cougars at Buffalo Jr Sabres 7:45 PM

Friday, the Collingwood Colts host the Toronto Patriots & Saturday afternoon, the Colts host Stouffville

 

North Division

xPickering 52 30 18 2 2 64
xCollingwood 52 25 17 1 9 60
Stouffville 52 26 19 4 3 59
Markham 52 24 23 0 5 53
Aurora             52 7 41 0 4 18


West Division

xOakville 52 38 8 2 4 82
xBurlington 52 33 11 3 5 74
xBuffalo 51 29 16 1 5 64
Georgetown 53 24 20 4 5 57
Brantford 52 27 24 0 1 55
Milton  52 16 27 4 5 41


South Division

xJr Canadiens 52 36 10 2 4 78
xTor Patriots 51 31 15 0 5 67
xSt Michaels 53 28 18 2 5 63
xNorth York 54 21 25 4 4 50
Mississauga 52 17 31 1 3 38
Brampton 51 16 31 2 2 36


East Division

xWellington 52 41 9 2 0 84
xTrenton 53 40 10 1 2 83
xWhitby 53 20 27 1 5 46
xCobourg 53 20 27 3 3 46
Lindsay 52 5 42 1 4 15




CWOSSA " A " Junior Boys Basketball Qualifier 

at Walkerton Community School

Walkerton Riverhawks 70 Kincardine District Knights 52


 

CWOSSA " AA " Senior Boys Basketball Qualifier Today

at Saugeen District Secondary School, Port Elgin

Grey Highlands Lions vs Saugeen District Royals
St. Mary's Mustangs vs John Diefenbaker Trojans 

Winners advance to the Final



CWOSSA " AA " Junior Boys Basketball Qualifier 

at Saugeen District 

Grey Highlands Lions vs Sacred Heart Crusaders
St. Mary's Mustangs vs John Diefenbaker Trojans

Winners advance to the Final



Bluewater Senior Girls Volleyball Playoffs Today

Semifinals

Owen Sound District Wolves vs Walkerton Riverhawks
Sacred Heart Crusaders vs St. Mary's Mustangs ( at Owen Sound )

 

Bluewater Junior Girls Volleyball Playoffs Today

Semifinals

St. Mary's Mustangs vs Kincardine District Knights
Sacred Heart Crusaders at Owen Sound District Wolves




CWOSSA Swimming

at Baden

 

Ontario Senior Men's & Senior Women's Curling Championship

at St Thomas Curling Club

Play starts at 2:30 pm

Team Hutchinson from the Blue Water Curling Club is in the Senior Men's Division and will open against Dennis Moretto of Dixie
 

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