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Homan & Howard Draw 1 Winners

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Jan 28/20 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports

Julian Smith courtesy Heidi Tones 


Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts

at the Cornwall Civic Centre

In the opening draw yesterday, Rachel Homan, Chelsea Brandwood, Hollie Duncan & Danielle Inglis won their matches.

The Homan rink defeated Susan Froud of the Alliston Curling Club 8-4

The Alliston rink is comprised of Karen Rowsell, Jessica Humphries & Kristina Brauch

Draw 2 for the Ladies is this morning at 8:30 am. 

The Froud rink has a bye in Draw 2

Draw 3 is at 4 pm



Ontario Men's Curling Championship

at the Cornwall Civic Centre

The Glenn Howard rink of Penetanguishene defeated John Willsey from KW Granite 6-4

The Penetanguishene entry features Tim March, David Mathers, Scott Howard & Adam Spencer

Jason Camm, John Epping & Pat Ferris also won last night in the Opening Round

Draw 2 for the Men is at 12:15 pm this afternoon

The Howard rink will go\ against Scott MacDonald of Cataraqui Golf & Country Club.

Draw 3 is tonight at 8 pm

 

Owen Sound Industrial Curling League

at the Blue Water Curling Club

SMC Geomatics 6 Team Randi Belrose 2
Joe Tomatoes 9 Baywest Nissan 1
Clancy Builders 7 G & M Electrical\Hooman's Home Renovation 1
Allan Cooke, HomeLife Bayside Realty 6 Driv 3
Merrill Windows & Doors 6 Ottewell Fencing 3
McArthur Tire 9 Hopper Real Estate 1
Environmental Sales & Service Ltd 9 Sound Heating & Cooling 2



League Standings

SMC Geomatics 11 0 0 22
Baywest Nissan    8 3 0 16
Clancy Builders     7 3 1 15
Driv                         7 4 0 14
Joe Tomatoes       6 4 1 13
Ottewell Fencing   6 4 1 13
Merrill Windows      6 5 0 12
McArthur Tire          5 4 2 12
Randi Belrose         5 4 2 12
Environmental Ltd  4 6 1 9
Cooke Realty           4 7 0 8
Sound Heat & Cool 4 7 0 8
G & M/Hooman's      3 8 0 6
Hopper Real Estate 1 10 0 2

 

Smith on the Podium

Julian Smith participated in another US Super Tour this weekend at Craftsbury, Vermont. With the best skiers in North America in attendance the field was deep. On Friday, January 24th 126 men lined up for the 1.5 km classic sprint qualifier. Julian was 6th in a time of 3:21.34. Only the top 30 qualify for the quarter finals. Julian as 2nd in the quarters, and moved on to the semis. Although he slid to the back of his heat, he fought he way up to 2nd place in the semis which qualified him for the finals. The six fastest men of the day lined up for the fourth, and final race of the day.

Feeling strong, Julian raced fast and smart and finished with a silver medal and prize money. It was a satisfying and exciting day for Julian.

On Saturday, January 25th the men raced a 10 km skate race. Julian placed 33rd in a time of 27:15.34. For full results go to bullittiming.com

Julian's next set of races are Jan 30 - Feb 2nd in Mont Saint Anne. 




Greater Metro Junior Hockey League

Niagara Whalers 13 Tottenham Steam 3
Durham ( Oshawa ) Roadrunners 2 Northumberland Stars 0


Whalers 13 Steam 3

Thomas Young, Pavel Kotov & Maxim Antonov all had 5 point games for Niagara.

James Lowry, Stepan Takac & Nicholas Portelli scored for Tottenham


1st Period
10:22 Niagara Pavel Kotov  (Thomas Young, Maxim Antonov)
12:46 Niagara Power Play - Dmitry Chelsev  (Brendan D'Agostino, Dillon Hill)

2nd Period
02:30 Niagara Pavel Kotov  (Jake Price, Thomas Young)
03:37 Niagara Brendan D'Agostino  (Unassisted)
04:10 Niagara Jake Ruchala  (Nazar Yevlashevskiy, Kellan Rosenbaum)
05:20 Niagara Maxim Antonov  (Thomas Young, Kellan Rosenbaum)
08:47 Tottenham Power Play - James Lowry  (Stepan Takac)
10:39 Niagara Short Handed - Maxim Antonov  (Kellan Rosenbaum, Jake Price)
11:16 Tottenham Power Play - Stepan Takac  (Zachary Dickens, Carter Samson)
11:27 Tottenham Nicholas Portelli  (Carter Samson, Zachary Dickens)

3rd Period
01:24 Niagara Power Play - Brendan D'Agostino  (Dallas Loiselle, Josh Peixoto)
06:35 Niagara Thomas Young  (Maxim Antonov, Pavel Kotov)
07:40 Niagara Brendan D'Agostino  (Dallas Loiselle, Kellan Rosenbaum)
08:41 Niagara Short Handed - Matt Johns  (Alex Page)
12:26 Niagara Dallas Loiselle  (Pavel Kotov, Dmitry Chelsev)
16:30 Niagara Power Play - Maxim Antonov  (Pavel Kotov, Thomas Young)


The South Muskoka Shield will meet the Knights of Meaford Thursday evening at the Meaford & St Vincent Community Centre.


North Division

Ville-Marie    38 29 8 0 1 59
Temiscaming 35 27 7 0 1 55
Brad Bulls 37 24 12 0 1 49
N Tecumseth 37 23 12 0 2 48
Brad Rattlers 35 22 11 0 2 46
Bancroft 36 19 16 0 1 39
Almaguin 35 15 18 0 2 32
W Nipissing 37 13 23 0 1 27
S Muskoka 38 11 24 0 3 25
Meaford 34 11 22 0 1 23


South Division

St. George 35 29 6 0 0 58
Kingsville 37 26 8 0 3 55
North York 38 25 11 0 2 52
Niagara 37 25 10 0 2 52
Nthumberland 35 16 16 0 3 35
London 34 16 18 0 0 32
Durham 38 15 23 0 0 30
Windsor 36 13 20 0 3 29
Tottenham 36 9 24 0 3 21
Toronto 38 6 30 0 2 14



Ontario Junior Hockey League

Pickering Panthers 4 Cobourg Cougars 3
Brampton Admirals 6 Mississauga Chargers 3


Panthers 4 Cougars 3

Patrick Demaio scored twice for Pickering including the game winner midway through the 3rd period.

Former OHL netminder Brendan Bonello made 27 saves for the win.

Pickering leads the North Division by 3 points over Stouffville & by 5 points over Collingwood

Pickering will host the Collingwood Colts Friday night


Period 1
Cobourg - Jacob Gilbert (Kenny Styles, Erik MacNiel) 14:46
Pickering - Patrick Demaio (Kevin Stiles, Brett Benham) 19:43

Period 2
Cobourg - George Krotiris (Noah Boman) 8:37
Cobourg - TJ Koufis (power play) (Noah Boman) 10:52
Pickering - Shane Bull (power play) (Nathan Gooch, Rocco Andreacchi) 16:05
Pickering - Michael Urtis (unassisted) 18:45

Period 3
Pickering - Patrick Demaio (Kevin Stiles, Christos Rodis) 10:16

 

North Division

Pickering 43 26 14 2 1 55
Stouffville 46 23 17 3 3 52
Collingwood 44 20 14 1 9 50
Markham 44 20 20 0 4 44
Aurora 44 6 34 0 4 16


West Division

Oakville 45 34 7 2 2 72
Burlington 46 31 11 1 3 66
Buffalo 44 25 14 1 4 55
Georgetown 43 20 16 3 4 47
Brantford 43 22 20 0 1 45
Milton    43 11 25 3 4 29


South Division

Jr Canadiens 46 32 9 2 3 69
Tor Patriots 44 28 12 0 4 60
St Michaels 46 23 17 1 5 52
Mississauga 45 16 25 1 3 36
North York 44 15 23 2 4 36
Brampton 44 15 28 0 1 31


East Division

Trenton 47 34 10 1 2 71
Wellington 42 31 9 2 0 64
Cobourg 46 19 21 3 3 44
Whitby 42 17 21 1 3 38
Lindsay 45 5 36 1 3 14

 

HOCKEY CANADA NAMES PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE MANAGEMENT GROUP, NATIONAL JUNIOR TEAM HEAD COACH FOR 2020-21 SEASON

Boyd, Mondou and Millar to oversee U17, U18 and U20 programs; Tourigny to lead Canada’s National Junior Team
 

CALGARY, Alta. – Preparations for the 2020-21 season are underway, and Hockey Canada will be working with three accomplished Canadian Hockey League (CHL) executives as part of its Program of Excellence management group.
James Boyd (Mississauga, Ont./Ottawa, OHL) will make his debut as a member of the POE management group with the under-17 program, guiding three Canadian teams at the 2020 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Charlottetown and Summerside, P.E.I. Martin Mondou (Grand-Mère, Que./Shawinigan, QMJHL) and Alan Millar (Tottenham, Ont./Moose Jaw, WHL) return to the program for the third-consecutive year, with Mondou taking over the under-18 program for the 2020 Hlinka Gretzky Cup and Millar advising the under-20 program and Canada’s National Junior Team.

The management group will work alongside Shawn Bullock (Wainwright, Alta.), Hockey Canada’s director of men’s national teams, and head scout Brad McEwen (Whitewood, Sask.), as well as Hockey Canada’s national teams staff. Day-to-day operations for the POE management group include assisting in coach and player selections, supporting the coaching staffs and providing input during camps and tournaments throughout the season.
In addition, André Tourigny (Nicolet, Que./Ottawa, OHL) has been named the head coach of Canada’s National Junior Team for the upcoming season. Tourigny returns to the team after helping Canada to a gold medal at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship as an assistant coach.

“We are excited to provide consistency to our Program of Excellence by welcoming Martin and Alan back to the program at the U18 and U20 levels, and to have James guide our U17 group,” said Bullock. “We are also thrilled to have André return to Canada’s National Junior Team and build on the momentum from winning a gold medal at the 2020 World Juniors. We believe these four men will provide outstanding leadership as we prepare for the upcoming season, and their experience will prove to be a great asset as we continue to build and excel at all levels of the program.”

Boyd will oversee the under-17 program for the first time after serving as director of operations for Team Canada White at the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. He previously served as an assistant coach at the 2003 U18 Junior World Cup and 2004 IIHF U18 World Championship, and was the head coach of Team Ontario at the 2005 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. Boyd has been the general manager of the Ottawa 67’s of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) since 2017, leading the team to the OHL Championship Series in 2019 after winning the Hamilton Spectator Trophy as the OHL’s best regular-season team. He also spent time with the Belleville Bulls (1999-2004), Toronto St. Michael’s Majors and Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors (2004-12), and Mississauga Steelheads (2012-17) of the OHL, leading the Majors to a runner-up finish at the 2011 Memorial Cup.

Mondou will take over the under-18 program after leading the under-17 program the last two seasons, which included the 2018 and 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenges. He has been general manager of the Shawinigan Cataractes of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) since the 2007-08 season, leading the Cataractes to the QMJHL final in 2009 and 2016, and to a Memorial Cup championship in 2012. Mondou won the Trophée Maurice-Fillion as QMJHL general manager of the year in 2014-15.

Millar moves up to the under-20 program after overseeing the under-18 program for the past two seasons, which included a gold and silver medals with Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup in 2018 and 2019. Millar was named director of hockey operations for the Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League (WHL) in 2010, and became general manager in 2012. He has also spent time with the Sarnia Sting, Guelph Storm and St. Michael’s Majors of the OHL, winning a league championship with the Storm in 1998.

Tourigny takes over as head coach of Canada’s National Junior Team after winning a gold medal as an assistant at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship. He is currently in his third season as head coach and vice-president of hockey operations with the Ottawa 67’s, where he won the Matt Leyden Trophy as OHL coach of the year in 2018-19. Tourigny previously spent 11 seasons with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (2002-13) and one season with the Halifax Mooseheads (2016-17) of the QMJHL. He also spent three seasons as an assistant coach with the Colorado Avalanche (2013-15) and Ottawa Senators (2015-16) in the National Hockey League. He led Canada’s National Men’s Summer Under-18 Team to a gold medal as head coach at the 2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup and won gold as an assistant at the 2008 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka tournament. Tourigny also won back-to-back silver medals as an assistant coach with Canada’s National Junior Team at the IIHF World Junior Championship in 2010 and 2011.

The Program of Excellence will continue to be overseen by Tom Renney (Cranbrook, B.C.), Hockey Canada CEO; Scott Smith (Bathurst, N.B.), Hockey Canada president and COO; Dan MacKenzie (Guelph, Ont.), CHL president; David Branch (Bathurst, N.B.), OHL commissioner; Gilles Courteau (Trois-Rivières, Que.), QMJHL commissioner; and Ron Robison (Indian Head, Sask.), WHL commissioner.




The Ontario Hockey League announced that Dallas Stars prospect Ty Dellandrea of the Flint Firebirds is the OHL ‘On the Run’ Player of the Week with 10 points including six goals and four assists over three games along with a plus/minus rating of plus-7. 

Dellandrea claims the honour for the second time this season, helping the Firebirds skate to a perfect 3-0 week with wins over Sault Ste. Marie and Guelph. The fourth-year captain scored twice and added two assists in Wednesday's 7-4 road win over the Greyhounds, netting the third period game winner while earning second star honours. He picked up where he left off on Friday, recording two goals and an assist to register his 200th career OHL point in a 7-5 road win over the Storm. Friday's first star performance paved the way for another strong outing back on home ice Saturday night as Dellandrea once again scored twice and tallied an assist in a 4-1 win over the visiting Storm to garner second star recognition. The dependable centreman went 37-for-69 (53.6%) in the faceoff circle as the Firebirds extended their winning streak to four games, securing a four-point cushion on fifth place in the Western Conference.

A 19-year-old native of Port Perry, Ont., Dellandrea leads the Firebirds with 57 points (26-31--57) over 35 games this season. He's registered four consecutive two-goal outings and racked up 15 points (8-7--15) over his last four games. The recent Canadian National Junior Team gold medalist boasts a franchise-leading 203 points (88-115--203) over his 219-game OHL regular season career. Dellandrea was originally Flint's first round (5th overall) pick in the 2016 OHL Priority Selection. The Dallas Stars selected him in the first round (13th overall) of the 2018 NHL Draft.

The Firebirds have won 4 in a row and sit 5th in the Western Conference, 4 points ahead of the Owen Sound Attack.

The Attack play their third straight game on the road Friday night when they visit the Kitchener Rangers 

You can hear Friday's game live from the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium on 560 CFOS with Kia of Owen Sound-Terry's Trailer Service Bearadio

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Also considered for the award this week were Oshawa Generals forward Philip Tomasino who put up 10 points (4-6--10) over four games as well as Barrie Colts netminder Arturs Silovs, who went 2-0 with a 0.98 goals-against average, .964 save percentage and his first career OHL shutout.


2019-20 OHL ‘On the Run’ Players of the Week – Regular Season:

 Jan. 20 – Jan. 26: Ty Dellandrea (Flint Firebirds)
 Jan. 15 – Jan. 19: Mitchell Hoelscher (Ottawa 67's)
 Jan. 8 – Jan. 12: Philip Tomasino (Oshawa Generals)
 Dec. 30 – Jan. 5: Jacob Ingham (Kitchener Rangers)
 Dec. 18 – Dec. 29: Joseph Garreffa (Ottawa 67's)
 Dec. 10 – Dec. 15: Jacob Ingham (Kitchener Rangers)
 Dec. 4 – Dec. 8: Ty Dellandrea (Flint Firebirds)
 Nov. 27 – Dec. 1: Marco Rossi (Ottawa 67’s)
 Nov. 19 – Nov. 24: Riley McCourt (Flint Firebirds)
 Nov. 13 – Nov. 17: Jan Jenik (Hamilton Bulldogs)
 Nov. 5 – Nov. 10: Cam Hillis (Guelph Storm)
 Oct. 30 – Nov. 3: Connor McMichael (London Knights)
 Oct. 23 – Oct. 27: Nico Daws (Guelph Storm)
 Oct. 14 – Oct. 20: Hunter Jones (Peterborough Petes)
 Oct. 9 – Oct. 13: Mack Guzda (Owen Sound Attack)
 Oct. 3 – Oct. 6: Philip Tomasino (Niagara IceDogs)
 Sept. 26 – Sept. 29: Connor McMichael (London Knights)
 Sept. 19 – Sept. 22: Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (Peterborough Petes)

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Kitchener         46 28 11 5 2 63
Saginaw           47 29 14 2 2 62
London             45 30 13 1 1 62
Windsor            43 28 10 5 0 61
Flint                   45 26 17 1 1 54
Owen Sound    46 22 18 3 3 50
Guelph              45 22 18 1 4 49
Erie                    45 20 17 2 6 48
Sault Ste Marie46 21 23 2 0 44
Sarnia                47 16 26 4 1 37


EASTERN CONFERENCE

Ottawa            43 36 7 0 0 72
Sudbury          46 24 21 1 0 49
Peterborough 47 28 16 2 1 59
Oshawa           45 23 16 4 2 52
Mississauga    47 21 23 2 1 45
Hamilton         45 19 21 4 1 43
Barrie               44 19 21 2 2 42
Niagara           45 17 23 4 1 39
Kingston          44 14 26 2 2 32
North Bay        45 11 32 2 0 24



PJHL Pollock Division

Tonight

Mount Forest Patriots at Goderich Flyers  8:30 p.m.


Pollock Division Standings

Mount Forest 38 30 6 1 1 62
Wingham 40 27 8 2 3 59
Mitchell 40 21 12 2 5 49
Kincardine 40 22 15 0 3 47
Hanover 40 21 16 1 2 45
Goderich 38 8 28 1 1 18
Walkerton 40 5 32 1 2 13


Carruthers Division Standings

Alliston 41 33 4 1 3 70
Stayner 41 27 14 0 0 54
Orillia    39 24 12 0 3 51
Penetang 38 18 19 0 1 37
Schomberg 41 17 21 1 2 37
Caledon 40 15 22 1 2 33
Midland 40 14 25 0 1 29
Huntsville 40 10 29 1 0 21



WOAA Senior Hockey

Ripley Wolves 21 18 3 0 0 0 36
Clinton Radars 22 16 6 0 0 0 32
Saugeen Whawks 20 16 4 0 0 0 32
Seaforth Centenaires 22 15 5 0 1 1 32
Shelburne Muskies 21 16 5 0 0 0 32
Tillsonburg Thunder 21 12 7 0 1 1 26
Durham Thundercats 21 12 8 0 0 1 25
Minto 81's        21 12 8 0 0 1 25
Tavistock Royals 22 9 11 0 1 1 20
Elora Rocks    20 7 12 0 1 0 15
Milverton Drives 22 5 13 0 2 2 14
Petrolia Squires 22 6 16 0 0 0 12
Lucknow Lancers 20 2 15 0 2 1 7
Shallow Lake Crushers 21 2 18 0 0 1 5




MSL Draft

The Major Series Lacrosse Draft was conducted at Peterborough yesterday.

Netminder Ethan Woods of Owen Sound was selected by Cobourg in the 2nd round.

Jake McNabb was also selected in the 2nd round by Brampton



Owen Sound Sports Hall of Fame

The inductees for the 2020 Owen Sound Sports Hall of Fame have been announced

Bryan Kazarian, Mark Cochrane, Steve Irving & Bayleigh Hooper will be inducted as athletes while both Terry King, & Jack Milne will be inducted as builders.

From a team standpoint, the 1968 Owen Sound TNT Highsteppers, the 1968 Owen Sound Highsteppers Patti Cakes & the 2018 Owen Sound Under 23 Selects Fastball Team will be inducted.

Also a Special Merit induction will be awarded to the Crescent Athletic Club

The 2020 Induction Night is Friday May 8th at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre




Provincial Gymnastics Qualifier 

at Woodbridge,

Georgian Bay Phoenix results
.
Olivia Latham, Age 12, level 6 
2nd on vault & beam, 3rd on bars & floor and 2nd All Around.

Brooke MacWilliam, Age 13, level 6 
1st on vault, bars, beam & floor and 1st All Around

Rachael Urquhart, Age 14, Level 6 
1st on bars, 2nd on vault, 3rd on beam, 4th floor & 2nd All Around

Makayla Bastarache, Age 14, level 6 
1st on bars, 3rd on floor and vault, 5th on beam & 3rd All Around

Joslynn Wright, Age 15, Level 6 
1st on vault & floor, 3rd on bars & beam & 2nd All Around

Julia McCutcheon, Age 14, level 7 
1st on vault, 4th on floor, 6th on bars & beam & 5th All Around

Natalie Urquhart, Age 16, Level 7 
1st on bars, beam & floor, 2nd on vault & 1st All Around

Olivia Daniels, Level 9
2nd on vault, bars & beam, 1st floor and 1st All Around

Next up for our Phoenix athletes is our 2nd Provincial Acro cup this coming weekend in
Woodbridge. And for 50 of our artistic girls at the end of February in Midland. 



Owen Sound Futsal

Under 8

Hobart's 8 Martins School Transit 6
Absolute Automotive 4 Green Door Catering 3
 

Hobart's 8 Martins School Transit 6

Goal scorers for Hobarts were: Auron Ward 2, Oliver Cooper 1, Lucas Lowe 5
Goal Scorers for Martins School Transit were: Tyler Lundy 2, Bentley Kuhl 4


Absolute Automotive 4 Green Door Catering 3

Goal Scorers for Absolute Automotive were: James Stredwick 2, Douglas Webb 1, Emmet Sutch 1
Goal Scorers for Green Door Catering were: Zachery Wardell 3




Minor Hockey

OMHA Minor Bantam

Owen Sound Firefighters 3 Guelph Gryphons 2
Owen Sound Firefighters 7 Brampton 1
 

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