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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Attack-Firebirds Showdown

Owen Sound | by Fred Wallace  

Oct 30 Bayshore broadcasting Sports


Ontario Hockey League 

Barrie Colts at Hamilton Bulldogs 10:30 am
 

Tonight

Flint Firebirds at Owen Sound Attack

The winner tonight will take possession of 1st place in the Western Conference

Game time is 7 pm at the JD McArthur Arena

You can hear the Attack & Firebirds with Matt Hermiz tonight on 560 CFOS

Tonight's game is presented by Kia of Owen Sound & Terry's Trailer Service

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Saginaw            16 9 6 1 0 19
Owen Sound    12 8 3 0 1 17
Windsor             13 9 3 1 0 19
Flint                    12 9 3 0 0 18
Kitchener           13 6 3 2 2 16
Erie                     14 7 5 0 2 16
Guelph               13 6 4 1 2 15
London               12 6 4 1 1 14
Sault Ste Marie 15 6 8 1 0 13
Sarnia                  13 5 8 0 0 10


EASTERN CONFERENCE

Oshawa           14 11 2 0 1 23
Sudbury          16 9 7 0 0 18
Peterborough 14 10 4 0 0 20
Ottawa            13 9 4 0 0 18
Barrie              13 8 4 0 1 17
Niagara           15 5 7 2 1 13
Hamilton         15 6 8 1 0 13
Mississauga   13 4 9 0 0 8
North Bay        14 3 11 0 0 6
Kingston          14 1 10 2 1 5

 

Vaughn CHL Team of the Week

The Canadian Hockey League today announced the sixth edition of the Vaughn CHL Team of the Week for the 2019-20 season based on individual performances from Oct. 21-27.

Leading the way up front is Val-d’Or Foreurs right-wing Nicolas Ouellet, who wrapped up the week with eight points counting seven goals and one assist in three games. That stretch included back-to-back hat-tricks against Gatineau and Acadie-Bathurst, while Ouellet also added an assist in the latter contest to finish with four points and first-star recognition. For his efforts, the 20-year-old was named the Ultramar QMJHL Player of the Week.

Joining the forward ranks is London Knights centre and Washington Capitals first-round pick Connor McMichael, who finished the week with four goals and four assists for eight points across a trio of contests. McMichael, who is currently riding a five-game point streak, is coming off back-to-back three-point performances, including his three-assist showing versus Niagara on Sunday that earned him second-star honours.

Portland Winterhawks centre Jake Gricius rounds out the forward ranks following a week in which he amassed seven points counting three goals and four assists over two games. That stretch included an incredible five-point effort against Spokane on Friday in which Gricius finished with two goals and three assists to claim first-star honours. The overager was also later recognized as the WHL On the Run Player of the Week.

On the blue line, Ottawa 67’s overage rearguard Noel Hoefenmayer earns a spot on the Vaughn CHL Team of the Week for the second week running following a seven-point performance over two games. The budding blue-liner’s best showing came Sunday against Sarnia as he matched his career high for points in one game with four assists to guide his club to a 7-2 victory.

Partnering on the back end is Lethbridge Hurricanes overage defenceman Koletrane Wilson who tallied five points counting one goal and four assists across three appearances. Wilson was a key performer in Tuesday’s 4-3 decision over Red Deer in which he finished with two points, including a power play marker midway through the middle frame en route to second-star recognition.

Between the pipes, Guelph Storm netminder Nico Daws won all three of his appearances, turning aside a combined 111 shots for a .949 save percentage and 1.95 goals-against average. Daws’ top performance came in a 35-save outing against Mississauga on Sunday that guided the Storm to a 4-0 victory and his second shutout of the season. For his efforts, Daws was recognized as the OHL On the Run Player of the Week.


 
Fountain Tire 3 Stars

Fountain Tire has once again teamed up with the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) to honour local difference makers.

Fountain Tire 3 Stars is a collaboration that recognizes ‘stars’ in 21 cities across Canada who go above and beyond to make their community a better place. Canadians can nominate their local heroes until November 30, 2019.
 
“We’re adding to the roster of everyday citizens who support and inspire those around them,” says Denise Gohl-Eacrett, Director, Brand and Customer Experience at Fountain Tire. “We’re asking Canadians to help us find people whose actions – big or small – make a difference in their communities.”
 
Fountain Tire 3 Stars was created to recognize community members for their volunteerism, humanitarianism and generosity.
 
Last year, Fountain Tire celebrated a broad range of difference makers including teachers, firefighters and fundraisers. Among them were: Barrie AAA hockey league volunteer Hugh Campbell; Kelly Wilson, coordinator of the Autism Ontario London Chapter; and, Sault Ste. Marie’s Joni Labbe-Brown, an educational assistant who helps children with special needs in- and outside the classroom.
 
This fall, members of the public are invited to nominate their community stars at FountainTire3Stars.com.
 
“In hockey, we award 3 Stars to the top three players who had outstanding performances on the ice,” comments OHL Commissioner, David Branch. “Fountain Tire 3 Stars takes that concept out of the arena and into the community, to recognize individuals who make an impact, behind the scenes, every day.”
 
Three winners will be selected from each participating OHL city*, on the basis of nominees giving back to their community in a meaningful way. Winners will receive an OHL 3 Star Experience, including four hockey tickets, a $250 Fountain Tire gift certificate and a $200 gift certificate for the local team store. They will also be recognized in a pre-game ceremony at a local game later in the season.  
 
“From Fountain Tire’s corporate office in Edmonton to our locally-owned stores, we believe it is important to support local communities,” says Gohl-Eacrett. “We bring this to life through our sponsorship of the OHL, and by supporting the local heroes that help our communities thrive.”
 
To learn more and to submit nominations, visit FountainTire3Stars.com.
 
*Participating OHL Communities: Barrie, London, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury




Ontario Junior Hockey

Whitby Fury 6 Lindsay Muskies 4

Isaac Sooklal scored twice for Whitby

Former Attack forward Bryce Caruk had an assists & 12 minutes in penalties for Whitby
 

Period 1
Whitby - Isaac Sooklal (power play) (Cameron Warren, Bryce Caruk) 6:42
Lindsay - Mathieu Hebert (Noah Vandervinne, Curtis Trolley) 19:55

Period 2
Lindsay - Tucker Firth (Jacob Dupuis) 4:47
Whitby - Isaac Sooklal (power play) (Jared Froese, Oliver Tarr) 10:50
Whitby - Cameron Warren (short handed) (unassisted) 14:17
Whitby - Carson Whitson (Patrick Saini, Bryce Richardson) 15:49
Lindsay - Curtis Trolley (power play) (Mathieu Hebert, Jacob Dupuis) 19:31
Lindsay - Tristan Roberts (Jake Rauch, Curtis Trolley) 19:58

Period 3
Whitby - Oliver Tarr (power play) (Cameron Warren, Amedeo Mastrangeli) 13:12
Whitby - Christian Stevens (power play) (Amedeo Mastrangeli, Isaac Sooklal) 14:09



The Collingwood Colts who lead the North Division by 1 point over Stouffville will be at Georgetown tonight

Toronto Jr Canadiens at Cobourg Cougars 7:00 PM
Pickering Panthers at Buffalo Jr Sabres        7:45 PM

 

North Division

Collingwood 17 9 6 1 1 20
Stouffville 18 9 8 0 1 19
Markham 18 8 8 0 2 18
Pickering 15 7 8 0 0 14
Aurora  18 3 12 0 3 9


West Division

Oakville 18 14 3 1 0 29
Burlington 18 13 4 1 0 27
Georgetown 16 8 4 2 2 20
Brantford 16 8 8 0 0 16
Milton              17 5 9 2 1 13
Buffalo 14 5 8 0 1 11


South Division

Tor Patriots 18 15 2 0 1 31
Tor Jr Can 18 11 4 1 2 25
St Michaels 19 8 8 0 3 19
Mississauga 19 7 9 1 2 17
North York 18 6 8 1 3 16
Brampton 18 7 11 0 0 14
 

East Division

Wellington 19 15 3 1 0 31
Trenton 21 14 6 0 1 29
Whitby             17 7 6 1 3 18
Cobourg 17 5 9 2 1 13
Lindsay 19 3 14 1 1 8




PJHL West 

Aylmer Spitfires 4 Port Stanley Sailors 1
Essex 73's 4 Lakeshore Canadiens 2
 

PJHL South 

Paris Mounties 3 Burford Bulldogs 1


PJHL East

Lakefield Chiefs 6 Georgina Ice 1

 

Pollock Division Standings 

Wingham 15 11 3 1 0 23
Mount Forest 13 10 2 1 0 21
Mitchell 14 8 5 0 1 17
Kincardine 12 7 5 0 0 14
Hanover 12 6 5 0 1 13
Walkerton 14 2 11 0 1 5
Goderich 14 2 12 0 0 4


Carruthers Division Standings

Stayner 12 8 4 0 0 16
Orillia             12 8 4 0 0 16
Alliston 11 7 2 0 2 16
Schomberg 15 7 6 1 1 16
Penetang 13 7 6 0 0 14
Caledon 14 5 7 1 1 12
Huntsville 12 4 8 0 0 8
Midland 13 4 9 0 0 8



Bluewater North Senior Girls Basketball

Georgian Bay Thunder 20 Peninsula Shores Phoenix 0
St. Mary's Mustangs 34 Owen Sound District Wolves 33
Grey Highlands Lions 49 Bruce Peninsula Panthers 22
 

Senior Girls Basketball Standings

North

Georgian Bay (A) 10 8 2 16
St. Mary's (AA) 9 7 2 14
Owen Sound (AAA) 10 7 3 14
Grey Highlands (AA) 10 4 6 8
Peninsula Shores (A) 9 3 6
Bruce Peninsula (A) 10 0 10 0
 

South

Walkerton (A) 8 7 1 14
Kincardine (A) 6 4 2 8
J Diefenbaker (AA) 7 3 4 6
Sacred Heart (AA) 7 3 4 6
Saugeen (AA) 6 0 6 0

 

Bluewater North Junior Girls Basketball

St. Mary's Mustangs 30 Owen Sound District Wolves 15
 

Junior Girls Basketball Standings

North

St. Mary's (AA) 5 4 1 8
Bruce Peninsula (A) 5 4 1 8
Owen Sound (AAA) 6 3 3 6
Georgian Bay (A) 6 0 6 0


South

Walkerton (A) 8 8 0 16
Sacred Heart (AA) 7 5 2 10
Kincardine (A)              6 2 4 4
Saugeen (AA) 6 2 4 4
J Diefenbaker (AA) 7 0 7 0

 

Bluewater South Senior Boys Volleyball

at Saugeen District Secondary School, Port Elgin

Walkerton Riverhawks 2 Sacred Heart Crusaders 0 ( 25-12, 25-24 )
Walkerton Riverhawks 2 Saugeen District Royals 1 ( 22-25, 30-28 & 15-5 )
Sacred Heart Crusaders 2 Saugeen District Royals 1


Senior Boys Volleyball Standings

South

Sacred Heart (AA) 5 4 1 8
Saugeen (AA) 5 2 3 4
Walkerton (A) 6 2 4 4
 

North

St. Mary's (AA) 4 4 0 8
Owen Sound (AAA) 4 2 2 4
Peninsula Shores (A) 4 0 4 0




Bluewater South Junior Boys Volleyball

at Saugeen District 

Sacred Heart Crusaders 2 Walkerton Riverhawks 0
Sacred Heart Crusaders 2 Saugeen District Royals 0
Walkerton Riverhawks 2 Saugeen District Royals 1
 

Junior Boys Volleyball Standings

South

Sacred Heart (AA) 10 10 0 20
Walkerton (A) 12 8 4 16
Saugeen (AA) 10 5 5 10
Kincardine (A) 10 2 8 4 6
J Diefenbaker (AA) 12 2 10 4
 

North

St. Mary's (AA) 10 10 0 20
Owen Sound (AAA) 10 6 4 12
Bruce Peninsula (A) 12 6 6 12
Grey Highlands (AA) 12 5 7 10
Georgian Bay (A) 10 0 10 0

 

The Bluewater Football Championship game is Friday at Victoria Park as the St Mary's Mustangs host the Owen Sound District Wolves

The kickoff Friday is at 2 pm



Owen Sound Ladies Volleyball

Mannerow,ca 4 Neyaashing Sting 0
Centre for Personal Enhancement 3 Sideout 1 
Old Balls 3 Baker Tilley 1
Speedy Glass 3  Bluewater Chiropractic 1 





Minor Hockey

Minor Bantam

Owen Sound Firefighter Jr. Attack 8 Brampton 45's 1
Owen Sound Firefighter Jr. Attack 4 Woolwich Wildcats 0
Owen Sound Firefighter Jr. Attack  4 Caledon Hawks 3


The annual Owen Sound Silver Stick Tournament is this weekend.

Games begin Friday at both the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre & at the Julie McArthur Regional Rec

Centre and climax with the Championship Games Sunday at the Bayshore






Owen Sound Futsal

Under 12

Grey Motors 10 Kia of Owen Sound 4
Baywest Toyota 12 Ramoca 5


Grey Motors 10 Kia of Owen Sound 4

Goal Scorers for Grey Motors were: Hunter Rankin 6, Jaxon Hunter 1, James Dafe 3

Goal Scorers for Kia were: Alec Andonov 3, Charlie Everest 1


Baywest Toyota 12 Ramoca 5

Goal scorers for Baywest Toyota were: Brody Cressman 2, Emmett Arthur 6, Hayden King Vickers 1, Jesse Stewart 3

Goal scorers for a Ramoca were: Cayden Given 2, Jackson 2, Josh Sylvest 1

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