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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Local Hockey

Regional | by Bayshore News Staff  

Local Scores and Stats


Junior Hockey

Atom Rep OMHA results;

The TCDMHA Great Lakes Frame Company Atoms defeated the Arran- Elderslie
Ice Dogs in OMHA play off action Monday in Chesley.

The  Rebels had to fight back as the Ice Dogs were leading 2-0 after 2  frames.

Zack Vokes scored early in the 3 rd period with a hard drive to the net.

Ty Mountain tied it up with only 3 minutes remaining.

We thought it was going into overtime when Mason Hanna and Reid Gill  crashed the net and scored to go ahead by one.

This game was a true nail biter and the Rebels won 3-2 and were happy to sweep the series.


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TCDMHA Sierra Aggregates Midget Rebels defeated Hanover 6-0;

The TCDMHA Rebels had control of the game from the start, with Jesse Fennell scoring the first goal at 4:45 in the first period, and adding two more goals in the second period to complete his hat trick. 

Tyler Girdler, Brandon Mortley and Payton Cottenie each scored a goal in the second period. 

The Rebels were able to hold off the attack for the third period, giving goalie Tony Tedford the shut-out. 

This was the fourth game in as many days for the Rebels, and by far the sweetest!


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Bantam Rebels Playoffs;

On Monday, the TCDMHA Air Tech Mechanical Bantam Rebels played host to Minto in the WOAA League playoffs. 

Minto won 6 to 3. 

Goals for Chatsworth were scored by Jeremy Torrie, Jamie Grey-Scott and Joel Delleman.

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Major Bantam OMHA Results;

The Grey Motors Mazda Major Bantam's play an important OMHA playoff game tonight.

The team has 1 win and  2 OT losses so far in the playoffs.

The next home game is Tonight (Tue) at the Bayshore at 8:30 PM vs Hespeler


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The TCDMHA pee wee girls house league Rebels played Bruce Pennisula #1.

They lost 8-0.  On Sunday, Jan. 30th the girls played Walkerton and won 5-0.

The Rebel goals were scored by: Carlie Cook, who scored once, with two apiece going to Kaitlyn DeCaire and Valerie Gibbons.

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