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Personal Best For Smith @ World Jr Nordic

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Jan 22/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports

courtesy Smith Family 


World Junior Nordic Championships

at Finland

Julian Smith of Oxenden finished 19th in the 1.6 km classic sprint

Smith placed 22nd in the qualifier with a time of 3:37.19. 

In the quarter finals, Smith was 4th in a time of 3:26.13, beating his qualifying time by more than 10 seconds.

It appeared the former Georgian Bay Nordic grad would advance to the semi-finals, but the fifth and final heat had an athlete who just beat Smith out by 0.18 seconds

The final result of 19th represents his best finish on the world stage. In the past he had been 39th (in Kazakhstan, 2015) and 34th ( in Utah, 2017).




The NHL Central Scouting Bureau has released their MidTerm rankings

Both Owen Sound Attack netminders, Mack Guzda & Andrew MacLean are rated.

Guzda is # 15 among North American goalies while MacLean is listed at # 31.
 

North American Goalies

2 JONES, HUNTER PETERBOROUGH OHL 21-Sep-2000 6' 4.0" 196 lbs * L
15 GUZDA, MACK OWEN SOUND OHL 11-Jan-2001 6' 4.5" 217 lbs * L
18 PIIROINEN, KARI WINDSOR OHL 01-Jul-2001 6' 1.0" 171 lbs * L
19 DAWS, NICOLAS GUELPH OHL 22-Dec-2000 6' 3.5" 216 lbs * L
23 CAVALLIN, LUKE FLINT OHL 29-Apr-2001 6' 0.75" 188 lbs * R
31 MACLEAN, ANDREW OWEN SOUND OHL 28-Jun-2001 6' 1.5" 190 lbs * 

 

Central Scouting North American Skaters

9 HARLEY, THOMAS MISSISSAUGA OHL 19-Aug-2001 6' 3.0" 188 lbs * D L
10 SUZUKI, RYAN BARRIE OHL 28-May-2001 6' 0.25" 178 lbs * C L
11 KALIYEV, ARTHUR HAMILTON OHL 26-Jun-2001 6' 1.25" 190 lbs * RW L
22 KOLYACHONOK, VLADISLAV FLINT OHL 26-May-2001 6' 0.25" 176 lbs * D L
23 REES, JAMIESON SARNIA OHL 26-Feb-2001 5' 10.0" 173 lbs * C L
24 TOMASINO, PHILIP NIAGARA OHL 28-Jul-2001 5' 11.75" 178 lbs * C R
28 MCMICHAEL, CONNOR LONDON OHL 15-Jan-2001 5' 10.75" 172 lbs * C L
30 ROBERTSON, NICHOLAS PETERBOROUGH OHL 11-Sep-2001 5' 8.75" 162 lbs * LW L
51 CARROLL, JOSEPH SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 01-Feb-2001 6' 2.0" 197 lbs * C L
54 CONSTANTINOU, WILLIAM KINGSTON OHL 25-Mar-2001 5' 11.75" 185 lbs * D R
55 OKHOTYUK, NIKITA OTTAWA OHL 04-Dec-2000 6' 0.75" 191 lbs * D L
56 CLARKE, GRAEME OTTAWA OHL 24-Apr-2001 5' 11.5" 175 lbs * RW R
61 VUKOJEVIC, MICHAEL KITCHENER OHL 08-Jun-2001 6' 3.0" 205 lbs * D L
63 GUSKOV, MATVEY LONDON OHL 30-Jan-2001 6' 1.25" 177 lbs * C L
72 LEGUERRIER, JACOB SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 22-Nov-2000 6' 1.0" 200 lbs * D L
94 GOLOD, MAXIM ERIE OHL 18-Aug-2000 5' 11.0" 175 lbs * LW L
96 MACKAY, COLE SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 13-Jun-2001 5' 10.0" 188 lbs * RW R
101 PORCO, NICHOLAS SAGINAW OHL 12-Mar-2001 5' 11.75" 177 lbs * LW L
103 CAJKA, PETR ERIE OHL 11-Dec-2000 5' 11.75" 169 lbs * C L
110 KEPPEN, ETHAN FLINT OHL 20-Mar-2001 6' 1.75" 214 lbs * LW L
111 MURRAY, BLAKE SUDBURY OHL 05-Jul-2001 6' 1.75" 187 lbs * C L
125 EGGENBERGER, NANDO OSHAWA OHL 07-Oct-1999 6' 2.5" 205 lbs * LW L
131 SCHWINDT, COLE MISSISSAUGA OHL 25-Apr-2001 6' 2.25" 182 lbs * RW R
133 ANTROPOV, DANIL OSHAWA OHL 20-Dec-2000 6' 1.0" 185 lbs * LW L
134 WASHKURAK, KEEAN MISSISSAUGA OHL 16-Aug-2001 5' 10.0" 184 lbs * C L
135 ANGLE, TYLER WINDSOR OHL 30-Sep-2000 5' 9.5" 167 lbs * C L
142 PRIMEAU, MASON NORTH BAY OHL 28-Jul-2001 6' 5.0" 205 lbs * C L
148 STEVENSON, KEEGAN GUELPH OHL 31-Dec-2000 6' 0.75" 183 lbs * LW L
163 HENAULT, LOUKA WINDSOR OHL 31-Jan-2001 5' 11.75" 181 lbs * D L
164 D'AMICO, DANIEL WINDSOR OHL 26-Jan-2001 5' 9.25" 184 lbs * LW L
173 MILLMAN, MASON SAGINAW OHL 18-Jul-2001 6' 0.75" 175 lbs * D L
178 MOSKAL, BILLY LONDON OHL 22-Mar-2000 6' 0.0" 189 lbs * C L
180 MCLEAN, CULLEN SAULT STE. MARIE OHL 10-Feb-2001 6' 1.25" 170 lbs * C L
183 ROSS, LIAM SUDBURY OHL 13-May-2001 6' 1.75" 197 lbs * D L
186 ALLENSEN, NATHAN BARRIE OHL 03-May-2001 5' 11.5" 180 lbs * D L
191 DUNKLEY, NATHAN LONDON OHL 05-Mar-2000 5' 10.75" 183 lbs * C L
193 HUGG, RICKARD KITCHENER OHL 18-Jan-1999 5' 11.0" 187 lbs * C L
194 YANTSIS, JONATHAN KITCHENER OHL 28-Apr-1999 6' 2.0" 210 lbs * RW R
197 GOGOLEV, PAVEL GUELPH OHL 19-Feb-2000 6' 0.5" 175 lbs RW L
198 LEUFVENIUS, HUGO SARNIA OHL 26-Mar-1999 6' 2.75" 230 lbs * LW L
206 BREWER, MITCHELL OSHAWA OHL 20-Mar-2001 6' 0.25" 205 lbs * D L
212 YORK, JACK BARRIE OHL 17-Sep-2000 5' 11.75" 190 lbs * D R
Limited Viewing
LV BERTUZZI, TAG HAMILTON OHL 18-Feb-2001 5' 11.75" 203 lbs * LW L



The Ontario Hockey League today announced that Philadelphia Flyers prospect Morgan Frost of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds is the OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week for the regular season week ending January 20 with 10 points in three games scoring seven goals and three assists with a plus-minus rating of plus-10.

Frost earns the award for the second time this season helping the Greyhounds to a trio of road victories against Central Division competition to extend their winning-streak to six games.  His week was highlighted by an impressive five-goal performance on Sunday earning first star honours of the 7-4 win over the Sudbury Wolves.  This marked

Frost’s first career OHL hat-trick and included two even strength goals, one power play, one shorthanded, and an empty-net tally for the league’s top single game scoring output of the season.  His five goals came one shy of the franchise record of six produced by Paul Mancini back in 1978.  On Saturday night in Barrie, home of where Frost played his minor hockey, he scored twice with two assists and was named second star of the 8-5 win over the Colts. 

His week also included an assist on Thursday night contributing to a 5-1 win against the North Bay Battalion.  The Greyhounds remain in first place atop the West Division standings with a 30-10-4-1 record.
A 19-year-old from Aurora, Ont., Frost is playing in his fourth season with the Greyhounds who chose him in the fourth round of the 2015 OHL Priority Selection.  He is currently third in OHL scoring with 75 points in just 38 games and leads the league with a 1.97 points-per-game average.  He’s produced in all six games since returning from the World Junior Championship where he was a member of Canada’s National Junior Team.  Frost’s 30 goals this season brings his career total to 99 in 237 games played where he’s amassed 276 points.  He was chosen by the Flyers in the first round of the 2017 NHL Draft.

Also considered for the award this week was Los Angeles Kings prospect Akil Thomas of the Niagara IceDogs with 10 points over three games including five goals and five assists, and Dallas Stars prospect Riley Damiani of the Kitchener Rangers who picked up eight assists in just two games.  In goal, Stephen Dhillon backstopped the IceDogs to three wins recording one shutout and making 102 saves in total for a 1.67 goals-against-average with a .953 save percentage.


2018-19 OHL ‘On the Run’ Players of the Week – Regular Season:

Jan. 14 – Jan. 20: Morgan Frost (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds)
Jan. 7 – Jan. 13: Isaac Ratcliffe (Guelph Storm)
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)


Aidan Dudas has been named the Huron Tractor Player of the Week for Week 18 of the Attack season.

The Parry Sound native scored two goals and added an assist in three games over the weekend.

The LA Kings prospect has found the back of the net 17 times to go with 21 assists for 38 points this season.

Friday, the Attack are at Guelph to meet the Storm

The game will be the 2,000th OHL game for Owen Sound dating back to 1989.

You can hear Friday's game from the Sleeman Centre live on 560 CFOS with Kia of Owen Sound-Terry's Trailer Service Bearadio.

Bearadio is brought to you in part by Owen Sound Subaru


 

WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS

London Knights              43    30 7 5 1 66
Sault Greyhounds          45 30 10 4 1 65
Saginaw Spirit                 44 28 12 2 2 60
Guelph Storm                 45 24 13 4 4 56
Owen Sound Attack      45 22 19 2 2 48
Sarnia Sting                    47 19 21 5 2 45
Kitchener Rangers        44 20 21 3 0 43
Windsor Spitfires           46 20 23 2 1 43
Erie Otters                      45 18 25 1 1 38
Flint Firebirds                 47    8 36 3 0 19
 

EASTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Ottawa 67's                   45 32 9 3 1 68
Niagara IceDogs          44 27 10 7 0 61
Oshawa Generals        45 28 15 2 0 58
Sudbury Wolves           44 25 16 2 1 53
Peterborough Petes    44 23 19 1 1 48
Miss Steelheads          45 21 19 4 1 47
North Bay Battalion     46 22 21 1 2 47
Hamilton Bulldogs       46 21 21 3 1 46
Barrie Colts                  43 19 23 1 0 39
Kingston Frontenacs 45 12 32 1 0 25




Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

North York Renegades 5 Oshawa Riverkings 3

Thursday, the Knights of Meaford will host the Bradford Rattlers


North Division Standings

Bradford Rattlers 31 27 3 0 1 55
Temiscaming  35 24 9 0 2 50
Ville-Marie        34 24 10 0 0 48
Almaguin          34 19 14 0 1 39
West Nipissing 34 17 14 0 3 37
Knights of Meaford 34 17 15 0 2 36
New Tecumseth 33 16 14 0 3 35
Bradford Bulls 32 13 15 0 4 30
South Muskoka 34 12 20 0 2 26
Ottawa              27 4 21 0 2 10


South Division Standings

St. George 35 32 3 0 0 64
Tillsonburg 33 26 6 0 1 53
Windsor 36 24 11 0 1 49
Kingsville 36 21 14 0 1 43
North York 35 19 15 0 1 39
Niagara-Lake 35 18 15 0 2 38
Northumberland 33 16 17 0 0 32
Niagara 34 15 18 0 1 31
Tottenham 36 12 20 0 4 28
Oshawa 33 14 19 0 0 28
Toronto 35 8 25 0 2 18
London 34 3 29 0 2 8



Blue Water Men's Industrial Curling

SMC Geomatics 9 McArthur Tire 1
Clancy Builders 8 Tenneco 3
Leeder & Associates 9 Baywest Nissan 3 
Joe Tomato's 7 Merrill Windows & Doors 6 
Sound Heating & Cooling 13 Allan Cooke, HomeLife BaysideRealty 6
Hopper Real Estate\Wall-TechDrywall 11 Bear Wheel & Brake 4 
Ottewell Fencing 8 G & M Electrical\Hooman's HomeRenovation 5


Standings

SMC Geomatics 10 1 0 20
Tenneco                 9 2 0 18
Baywest Nissan     8 3 0 16
Merrill W & Doors  8 3 0 16
McArthur Tire         7 4 1 15
Joe Tomato’s         7 4 0 14
Leeder & Assoc     7 4 0 14
Ottewell Fencing    7 4 0 14
Clancy Builders       6 5 0 12
Cooke Realty          4 6 1 9
Hopper/Wall-Tech   4 7 0 8
Sound H & Cooling 4 7 0 8
Cook Trucking          4 7 0 8
Bear Wheel & Brake 2 9 0 4
G & M\Hooman’s       1 10 0 2






Owen Sound Futsal

Under 8

Green Door Catering 6 King Courier 4
Shear Impulse Hair Salon 6 Dunn's Electric 2



Green Door Catering 6 King Courier 4

Goal scorers for Green Door Catering were; Elijah Austin 1, Liam DeKlerk 1, and Jude Beyer 4.

Goal scorers for King Courier were; Dhrue Mall 1, and Hunter Ward 3.
 

Shear Impulse Hair Salon 6 Dunn's Electric 2

Goal scorers for Shear Impulse were;  Lucas Low 2, and Brysen Lantz 4.

Goal scorers for Dunn's Electric were; Isaac Jean 1, and Silas Blokzyl 1



Minor Hockey

Midget

Chatsworth Power Workers Union Rebels 3 Saugeen Shores Storm 2.

Carson Torrie scored twice for the Power Worlers Union and Talmon Ash added a single


Minor Midget

Owen Sound Subaru Attack 3 Orangeville Flyers 1

Ben McConachie, Gavin Downs & Jack Murray scored for Subaru who also lost 8-0 to the Woolwich Wildcats on the weekend


Bantam

Owen Sound Kunkel Bus Lines Attack 2 Halton Hills 1

Landen Humphries and Cole Gowan scored for Kunkel Bus Lines


Guelph 3 Owen Sound Kunkel Bus Lines Attack 2

Cole Gowan and Elliot Thomson scored in the loss for the Attack



Peewee Playoffs 

Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Attack 6 Center Wellington Fusion 2

Owen Sound Harold Sutherland Attack 4 New Hamburg Huskies 3

The Peewee Attack have won 10 in a row



Novice Girls

Shannon Deckers of Remax Owen Sound Ice Hawks 3 Kincardine 1

Camryn Laycock had two goals for Shannon Deckers and Rory Jex had the other goal for Owen Sound. 

Mikayla Wingrove and Madison Feltis shared the win in net.



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