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Tuesday February 9

(7)Sons of Anaheim vs Spartans(2)

Newly added P.Dube makes immediate impact for Sons of Anaheim

In his season debut with the Sons of Anaheim, P.Dube looks to fit right in. His three goals and three assists proved to be too much to handle for the Spartans. The Sons of Anaheim gave up there first goal late in the second period, but were still up 3-1 at that point. The Spartans did fight back to reduce the margin within one on a shorthanded effort by M.Arkalis but that was as close as it got. The Sons of Anaheim went on to spark four straight goals that saw Dube post back to back tallies while adding an assist. M.Cote was solid in net giving up both goals on the Spartans special teams.

(3)Communists vs Smackdaddys(4)

Smackdaddys rally in third for come from behind victory

The Smackdaddys spotted the Communists a 3-1 lead and then roared back to secure a big come from behind victory. E.Mavroudis was part of the formula notching a late second period goal to put his club within one. The Smackdaddys didn’t stop there and evened the score when S.Euchi struck barely two minutes into the final frame. With the game deadlocked at three goals a piece, the comeback was complete when A.Romano bagged a late tally. The Smackdaddys, although won the match let it slip away at one point by giving up two straight shorthanded goals. J-P McCann and J.Provost-Blais each scored in the disadvantage to put the Communists up 3-1.

(3)Smooth Sailors vs Les Aces(0)

G.Follano back stops Sailors to 3-0 win over Les Aces

G.Follano stopped barely seven shots leading the Smooth Sailors to a fourth win in as many games. But the real story was the clicking duo between M.Testolina and J.Mandracchia. Both players collected points on every goal. M.Testolina got on the board first in the opening frame before setting up J.Mandracchia twice by the second. Each of those tallies came just over a minute apart. The Smooth Sailors found themselves often in the penalty box by the third period and still managed to escape with a shutout victory.

(5)Dark Warriors vs Smackdaddys(2)

E.Girouard scores two, Dark Warriors win 5-2 over Smackdaddys

E.Girouard notched two first period goals as the Dark Warriors took advantage of a tired Smackaddys team. The game slowly favored the Warriors as two second period tallies put them in the driver’s seat .In hopes of getting back into the match, the Smackdaddys couldn’t generate the offence required due to P.Turturici solid play between the pipes. E.Mavroudis netted both goals in the loss. P.Elizardo bagged the winner with the help of J.Rochon, who had three assists.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Philippe Dube of the Sons of Anaheim. The talented forward sparked three goals and three helpers in a 7-2 rout of the Spartans.


Monday February 8

(7)Red Lite vs Slayers(1)

Slayers crushed 7-1 by Red Lite

Once the scoring started, Red Lite refused to take their foot off the gas. S.Ghilarducci got the opener and riffled his second in the first period for a 3-0 lead. On a rare occasion, the Slayers celebrated a second period tally by J.DeLTorto but that was as good as it got. Red Lite went on to score twice in the second period before expanding their lead by the third to put the game away. K.Kuczmarski and F.Caisse also had multi goal games with the help of J.Adamou, who helped set up four markers. It wasn’t his busiest night but S.Beauchamp did his part allowing one goal on nine shots. Red Lite have one game left in the regular season and will try to win their last match to get that first round bye and a pass to the finals.

(3)Spartans vs Black Knights(4) S.O

Black Knights score 4-3 shootout win over Spartans

With the Black Knights and Slayers knotted 2-2, and a little to separate the way the game went, a shootout was required. There was five minutes left on the clock when G.Chountalos of the Spartans forced the eventual extra time. Each side sent three of their skilled players to try and win the breakaway competition only to see the Black Knights prevail. The winning side had P.Musto and J.Gagne take care of the scoring while the Spartans saw only J.Adamou get the better of P-O Girouard. The Black Knights led 2-0 and kept a blank score sheet up until the mid way point of the match. P.Genereux  and A.Mezzagno also scored in the win. The Black Knights presently sit in first place of the A division and will hope to stay there with fate out of their hands. As for the Spartans, next week will decide if they’ll finish in second, third or fourth place as the playoffs approach.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Pierre-Olivier Girouard of the Black Knights. The goaltender kept his club in it never giving up a lead, and denied two of three shooters in the shootout to earn the win in nets.


Monday February 8

NWV and Pas de Talent each celebrate wins

A good start in the opening game led Les Pas de Talent to a close 3-2 win. After grabbing a 2-0 lead with goals by M.Gagnon and Y.Gazura, Les Pas de Talent used a big power play goal by J.Poirier to make the difference in the contest. The NWV only got on the board as of the second frame with the help of A.Hakim and T.Ferreira. It’s not often the NWV drop games as they made sure to erase what just happened with a bounce back performance. This time, they were the ones with the better start. Y.Mouchaca struck early, but it was the clicking duo between P.Scotti and T.Ferreira that propelled their club to even the series. Both players complemented each other for three straight goals to combine with six points. The NWV led 3-2 after one period before shutting the door the rest of the way. B.Madonis earned the win in nets after facing 18 shots. Les Pas de Talent won the opening battle 3-2 while the NWV took the second game 4-2.

Short of players led to the inevitable

There wasn’t much the Blue Jackets could have done to compete with no changes to their bench. The Hitmen took note of the situation and did what they needed to do with ease. Danny Caissie got the ball rolling posting the games first two goals and Hitmen never looked back en route to a convincing 7-0 win. The Blue Jackets knew they had no hope for any sort of comeback but had the opportunity to take advantage of their power play with three chances. But it was the Hitmen responding instead with back to back shorthanded goals. C.Baccioglia scored his second on the disadvantage. Y.Kirouac also added a pair while J.Collot rejected 12 shots for his shutout. The second contest wasn’t much different with the score being the same. The Hitmen ended the night a little earlier bagging seven goals in only eight minutes. Dave Caissie and Danny Caissie collected a pair of goals each to combine with nine points. J.Ferraro was heavily involved earning five points, and for a second straight game, J.Collot was perfect allowing nothing on 6 shots. The Hitmen won both games 7-0 & 7-0.

Nelmar and Team X each grind out wins

Once Nelmar scored to take the lead, Team X found themselves struggling all game long. R.Jorquera and S.Pion made the score 2-0 after one period and Nelmar frustrated their opponents by keeping them off the score sheet for nearly the entire game. Thanks to a solid performance between the pipes, F.Vigliotti did more than his share making plenty of key saves. Team X attempted 16 shots and solved the veteran net minder only once very late in the game. With a chance to redeem themselves, Team X showed more desperation by the second game. A.El-Haddad cracked the barrier with plenty of patience to solve Vigliotti. That was El-Haddad’s first of three on the night. Team X won the opening frame 2-1 before adding three more by the second to split the mini-series. Nelmar had to play from behind but did even the score at one point only to see A.Jalilvand regain the lead for Team X with a blistering slap shot. After facing 16 shots, M.Trivisonno bounced back to earn the win in nets. Nelmar captured the opener with a 3-1 result but dropped the second game 5-2.

Yet to taste defeat, 1 Timer continue to make noise

The orange machine won’t be slowing down any time soon as they end the night with two more wins. P-A Surprenant keeps scoring as the power forward tallied twice in the opening contest for a 4-2 double up win over the Dirty Dozen. The 1 Timer got their opponents off guard building a 3-1 first period lead before trading goals by the second. T.Daigneault bagged the winner on the power play coming very late in the opening frame. After putting this loss behind them, the Dirty Dozen made things very interesting by the second game. The match went scoreless for over a period until D.Guerrera put the Dirty Dozen on the board. With time on their side, the Dirty Dozen looked to keep the 1 Timer off the score sheet but that didn’t transpire. It came to no surprise that if anyone was going to get that much needed goal would be from the hands of P-A Surprenant. The 1 Timer forward evened the score before eventually adding his second in an empty cage. The 1 Timer tilted the contest in the short span of two and a half minutes with three quick goals. C-Gagnon-Ethier riffled back to back tallies only 30 seconds apart and the 1 Timer escaped the night with another two wins. It may not have been a positive result but N.Fragos gave every chance possible for his club to defeat the defending champs with spectacular saves. The 1 Time took both games 4-2 & 4-1.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to P-A Surprenant of the 1 Timer. When in need of goals, the 1 Timer know that they can depend on their clutch forward. P-A Surprenant scored a total of four goals in two goals and was a major reason why his club remains undefeated.

Tuesday February 9

Solid goaltending propels Jokers to back to back wins

A solid goaltending performance was able to propel the Jokers to a pair of victories on Tuesday night. In back to back games, Kevin Langlois was that close to earning two straight shutouts. With the help of his team, the Jokers took the opening game 3-0 and were headed for a second shutout until H.Fortier-Dambreville spoiled the moment for the net minder .That goal left only 30 seconds on the clock, a goal that went in on the Pas de Talent power play. After setting up two tallies in the first contest, M.Nikas continued his run by adding three more points that included two goals. A.Carvajal posted a pair from both games and the Jokers were glad to capture six clean points to the standings. Both games ended with scores of 3-0 & 5-1.


Friday February 5

(6)Bengals vs Devil Dawgz(9)

Hondronicolas, Dawgz thump Bengals

The Devil Dawgz scored three goals in every period including three with their special teams to pace 9-6 over the Bengals on Friday night. L.Hondronicolas had the most goals riffling a hat trick as the captain finished with a very productive six point game. K.Araujo and S.Tzintzis each scored twice that saw K.Araujo post both his goals shorthanded and on the power play. The Devil Dawgs led comfortably 6-1 after two periods before letting go in the final frame where the Bengals surged with five goals. K.Panagiotides had a multi goal performance along with an assist in the loss.

(5)Brewers vs Hawks(6)

Moscato hat trick leads Hawks over Brewers

A.Moscato notched two important third period goals to help the Hawks remain as the only undefeated team in the division. The Hawks looked to be in control at one point, but A.Lanni kept the Brewers within close margin accumulating three third period points. Each side opened it up in the final frame trading three goals a piece. E.Colella used a couple of blistering slap shots to beat G.Platanitis while adding a helper on N.Domingos’s goal. The Brewers only led once very early on courtesy of M.Cohen until forced to play catch up all game long.

(5)Park Avenue Legends vs Stones(4) O.T

No Change ups stun Stones

The Park Avenue Legends did something improbable on Friday night by winning a game without any changes to their bench. Those circumstances usually require leads in order to work and the Park Avenue Legends made sure to strike first and second to put pressure on their opponents. The Stones did eventually climb back into the game winning a big second period while getting a very late equalizer from T.Settino. But as nice as that comeback was, played out for nothing in the end as the Park Avenue Legends found a way to take the match. The game ended when M.Goineau used a hard slap shot right before the centre line to beat a screened O.Caillet. Goineau shared two goals with G.Typaldos while N.Kokovidis and N.Macrozonaris each had three points.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Martin Goineau of the Park Avenue Legends. Having to play with no spares on their bench, M.Goineau played over 45 minutes producing three points that included the overtime winning goal.


Thursday February 4

(3)TANK vs Legacy(2)

Third period power play goal sparks TANK over Legacy

J.Quesnel-Vinet’s lone third period marker was just what Tank needed to earn their first win of the season. J.Courteau and B.Deslauriers also scored for Tank, who overcame a 2-0 deficit. The first portion of the match belonged to Legacy where P.Nakhle and A.Stamiris each scored for a 2-0 lead. The deeper bench may have been the deciding factor in this contest as Tank used nearly three lines to outlast their opponents. A.Mancini protected his cage flawlessly for nearly two full periods and was a big help for capturing the win. Both sides share similar records after three games played.

(1)Armadillos vs Capitals(3)

Streaking Capitals remain as only undefeated team

Thanks to a three point effort from P.DiGiacomo and a stellar goaltending display by M.Rochon, the Capitals are the only team on Thursday night without a loss. Although the Armadillos started off better with a 1-0 lead, it was just a question of time before the Capitals took over the match. The Armadillos missed out on a glorious opportunity for a 2-0 lead when their captain J.Kontitsis found himself in front of an empty cage only to hit the Capitals defenseman instead. That situation occurred shorthanded in the first, a possible turning point in the match. P.DiGiacomo set up both S.Legault and S.Morello before adding a third period marker.

(3)Left Wings vs Fat Roy(2)

Fat Roy tie game twice but still fall to Left Wings

Having to play from behind, Fat Roy got two equalizing goals by C.Siconolfi and by their captain C.Zafiropoulos but were never able to grab a lead. The Left Wings scored once in every frame and took their last lead when T.Provost-Blais beat J.Sanoudakis by the mid way mark of the third. G.Gaitanis and T.Zermalias also notched goals for the Left Wings, who accumulated their second win of the season. After facing 34 shots, F.Vigliotti rejected most of them to earn a well deserved victory.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Phillipe DiGiacomo of the Capitals. The feisty forward was involved in all three Capitals goals for a close 3-1 win over the Armadillos.


Thursday February 4

(6)SBS Trashers vs Carnage(2)

D.Brunetti’s hat trick powers Trashers past Carnage

D.Brunetti scored two first period goals along with an insurance marker to help the SBS Trashers to a third win in four games. From start to finish, the Trashers showed plenty of intensity winning many one on one battles. The winning side struck twice on two power play chances and won every frame thanks to their net minder F.Vigliotti, who once more was stellar in goal. Brunetti benefited twice in the first period with the help of his captain E.Panzera’s perfect feeds.

(8)P.E.Y.O vs Eagles(3)

P.E.Y.O uses six third period goals to trounce Eagles

Led by K.Fiore’s outstanding performance, P.E.Y.O blew out the Eagles in one single period. The unstoppable forward took plenty of the load on his shoulders producing six points that included three straight markers for his club. Fiore snapped a 2-2 third period tie notching two quick goals for a 4-2 lead. The hot forward wasn’t done yet, adding two power play assists to distant the match. S.Marashlian and J.Pantelis were also productive combining for eight points. It took three games but the P.E.Y.O are glad to capture their first win of the season.

(2)Mohicans vs National(6)

National save best for last, explode with five third period markers

For two full periods, National struggled to find their groove but that changed when the game was on the line. Once F.Tremblay scored to even the game at two goals a piece, it was all downhill for the Mohicans. National fuelled off the momentum adding plenty of goals that saw S.Laplante and E.Ferlatte bury their second of the game. He didn’t find the back of the net but the captain M.Pinheiro was heavily involved setting up three markers. The Mohicans entered the night with a perfect 3-0 record, and were on their way to a fourth straight win until a third period collapse.

(5)Magic Bullets vs French Connection(9)

French Connection routes Bullets 9-5

A slow start may have been an issue for the French Connection on Thursdays night but they had their finger on the ignition and exploded four second period goals before adding four more by the third. The scoring barrage opened with one of their main leaders J.Farrese, who was all over the court making plenty of things happen. The solid centre man bagged a hat trick while adding four assists. J-F Belanger benefited twice from the feeds. O.Valiquette also had a two goal game for the win. The Magic Bullets, despite dropping the contest got a solid three goal performance by L.Helias-Blain.

(2)United Arms vs Bramabulls(7)

Bramabulls got stronger as game progressed, downing the Arms 7-2

Like on most nights, the Bramabulls use a deep bench and it paid off as they played hard till the very last whistle. F.Venditti may have notched the games most important goal. The power forward scored the game’s lone second period tally on the power play to give the Bramabulls a 4-2 lead. That forced the United Arms to start taking chances, who weren’t able to figure out G.Follano at that point. The Bramabull net minder rejected 21 of 23 shots. P.Rivera had a multi goal night and the Bramabulls are glad to be where they are after a slow start to the season.

(7)Kennedy Crew vs Chiefs(4)

Short bench didn’t matter, Kennedy Crew continue to impress

Playing with only one change isn’t usually the way to go but that didn’t affect the Kennedy Crew who just improved to 4-0.For a third straight game, the Chiefs found themselves playing from behind. Despite fighting back to even the score, the Kennedy Crew demoralized   their opponents when C.Flikas scored with under a second remaining in the second period. G.Chountalos buried four tallies that included two high light reel goals. T.Flikas helped make five goals happen with assists and B.Goodz was very good in nets never giving up the lead.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to George Chountalos of the Kennedy Crew. Playing with barely any players, the Kennedy Crew had G.Chountalos put on a show bagging four out of his clubs seven goals.


Wednesday February 3

(1)United Arms vs Punishers (3)

Third period effort tilts game in favor of Punishers

Both sides put it all on the line, but it was the Punishers getting the slight edge over the United Arms. M.Goodz made the score 2-0 by the four minute mark of the third period. The United Arms struggled to solve J.Meynard, and once they did, the Punishers immediately struck to regain a two goal cushion. That tally left just over two minutes on the clock which wasn’t nearly enough time for any sort of a comeback. G.Mouralian was the only United Arms to solve J.Meynard.

(2)Ottarks vs Dragons(5)

Dragons use three third period unanswered goals to down Ottarks

With both sides searching for their first win of the season, the Dragons made sure to get there first. P.Nakhle notched the Dragons first two goals of the game, and with the score dead evened at two goals a piece, the Dragons were able to win the final battle. S.Koulieris, G.DeMarinis and D.Gagnon all went on to score third period goals to help ensure the win. The Ottarks had their best moments in the second period where L.Dulcetta and his captain M.DiSalvio each scored in the loss. After facing 25 shots, Pedram Assadi was able to earn the win nets.

(4)Raging Rhinos vs Venom(2)

Raging Rhinos outlast Venom, capture 4-2 win

The Raging Rhinos did everything right versus a team that can score at will. After building a 2-0 lead, disciple defense along with solid goaltending went to work forcing Venom to take plenty of chances. On two occasions, Venom did narrow the gap by one but were never able to get that much needed equalizer. The Raging Rhinos, despite playing well defensively found some third period offense where M-A Piche and J-F Grenier each scored to put the match away. W.Tang made plenty of key saves and was a major reason why his club posted their first win of the season.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Pedram Assadi of the Dragons. The Ottarks fired their fair share of shots towards Pedram Assadi, who was brilliant to earn the win in nets.


Wednesday February 3

(2)Expos vs Fat Cats(8)

Defense exposed, Fat Cats score in bunches

The Fat Cats scored plenty utilizing the skill of G.DeMarinis, who had a lights out four goal performance. In a stretch of only four minutes, the dominant side bagged three straight markers to put the game out of reach. P.Nadeau scored once and collected four assists .The Expos struggled to contain their opponents, and celebrated goals only twice courtesy of G.Champagne and J-P Meunier. After receiving 23 shots, G-C Sangiovanni captured an easy win between the pipes.

(1)Horsemen vs Scorpions(4)

Scorpions down Horsemen 4-1, improve to 2-1

The Scorpions got efforts from four different players, and solid goaltending by P.Patel who stole the show with 29 saves. B.Douek, captain of the Scorpions had a big night bagging the winner while setting up two teammates. A.Clark benefited from one of his captains feeds while also finishing his night with three points. The Horsemen notched their lone tally early in the second period when M.Kardum solved P.Patel for a rare time.

(4)Money Shot vs Les Coqs(8)

Double the glory, M.Goudreau & M.Turgeon each riffle hat tricks

Les Coqs combined for plenty of goals in an 8-4 rout of the Money Shot. Having the resources available to them, Les Coqs have many skilled forwards that can produce, and tonight was just an example of how M.Goudreau and M.Turgeon are dangerous around the net. Each player struck on three occasions. Les Coqs, after owning the first period 4-2 used their special teams late in the second period to carry a 6-3 third period lead. Turgeon scored once on the power play before netting a shorthanded marker only 30 seconds later. T.Provost-Blais scored once while assisting four times. The Money Shot fell behind early and trailed all game long never able to recover. T.Oliveira scored twice in a three point night for the Money Shot.

(5)District 5 Ducks vs Les Raymonds(3)

E.Teoli & M.Galambos each score twice, District 5 Ducks defeat Les Raymonds

With momentum swinging back and forth, the District 5 had the last word with a big third period. The winning side started strong posting a 2-0 lead before dropping a pair of second period tallies. The game changer occurred early in the third period when E.Teoli scored his second to break a 2-2 tie. Already with three points, M.Galambos also scored his second fairly late in the game. Les Raymonds put up a good fight for the entire match and benefited twice with their man advantage with goals by T.Spano and M.Denino.

(2)Steelers vs RBK Knights(4)

M.Gibeault scores two goals in 45 seconds, RBK Knights string back to back victories

The RBK Knights forward scored two goals at the right time to help his club double up the Steelers on Wednesday night .Gibeault scored by the five minute mark of the third period posting back to back markers for a comfortable 4-1 lead. The Steelers had the better start when their captain B.Agridiotis scored the game’s first goal, and the better finish thanks to late marker from S.Karagioules, but substance was missing as the RBK Knights did more to earn the win. S.Sauk made the necessary saves stopping 24 of 26 shots.

(6)Deadlast vs H1G Boys(2)

H1G Boys struggles continue, remain winless in four games

Its four games into the regular season, and the H1G Boys have yet to collect any points to the standings. The good news is that there’s still plenty of time for that final spot, but points will be required. Tonight, they squared off versus a solid Deadlast team who wasted no time getting to work. K.Kakivelis dominated the first period with two goals, and Deadlast carried a two goal cushion heading into the second period. Hoping for a change of momentum, the H1G Boys couldn’t get anything going dropping another frame by the same score. The only thing left at that point was for J.Sanoudakis to continue his work as the solid net minder was brilliant once more to shut the door the rest of the way.

(3)Bolts vs Buckshots(6)

Buckshots reach perfect 3-0 record as only undefeated team in F2

The Buckshots soundly defeated the Bolts 6-3 to complete another positive night. With the help of M.Mavroudis’s hat trick, the first place seed forced the game upon their opponents to open things up. The Bolts tried to climb back into the game, and despite notching a third period shorthanded goal, the struggling side just couldn’t get there. The back breaker may have occurred when A.Angelis scored very late in the second period for a 5-2 lead.

(6)Primetime vs Hellfish(4)

Primetime power play scores three goals to down the Hellfish

On only three occasions, Primetime took advantage of the opportunity with power play goals in every period. A.Serhan had a big night collecting four points that included two goals. Primetime shifted the game there way by the eleven minute mark of the opening frame where they began their onslaught posting three straight markers. The Hellfish also saw their power play work striking twice with the man advantage. D.Ugaldez geared up for the first time this season and made an immediate impact riffling three goals for the Hellfish. With a 3-1 record, Primetime sit on top of the mountain of the F3 division.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Barry Douek of the Scorpions. The Scorpions captain notched the winner, and added two insurance points to help his club get by the Horsemen.


Sunday January 31

(8)Bijoux vs HC Inter(4)

Bijoux pound HC Inter with double up win

S.Larouche-Champagne had a hat trick Sunday afternoon to lead Bijoux to third straight win in as many games. The forward notched goals in every frame while setting up two teammates to finish with five points. Bijoux got plenty of points as well from S.Vitale, who scored once while assisting on five occasions. HC Inter kept it close for most of the match until the mid way point of the third period where Bijoux pulled away with three straight markers. Its only three games in, and both teams already find themselves in complete opposite directions.

(2)Butchers vs Shockers(4)

Two shorthanded goals help Shockers beat Butchers 4-2

C.Debonis and J.Hurley each scored a shorthanded goal, and the Shockers were able to escape with a 4-2 win over the Butchers. The Shockers did most of their work by the second period producing both goals in a disadvantage while being able to add a late period marker for a 3-1 lead. M-A Beauchamp widened the margin early in the final frame giving barely any hope of a comeback. The Butchers attempted 26 shots on C.Tremblay, who stopped 24 of 26 orange balls to earn the win in nets. C.Debonis was definitely clutch by posting two key goals in the span of less than five minutes. The Butchers will look back at giving up two shorthanded goals in the short span of 75 seconds as the difference in the contest.

(5)Hulkamania vs Fatal Demons(1)

Newly added M.Latreille collects points on every goal for Hulkamania

The new addition didn’t waste much time getting to work. M.Latreille scored his clubs first two goals before setting up M.Gagnon twice. Despite the lopsided score, the Fatal Demons hung in there for most of the match trailing by only one goal until the last five minutes of the contest where three straight markers went in to seal the deal for Hulkamania. On 25 shots, the Fatal Demons managed only one goal courtesy of M.Chenier. H.Trahan kept his club in it all game to give Hulkamania their first win of the season. Prior to the match, Hulkamania gave up an unacceptable 19 goals against in only two games before tightening up for this contest.

(3)Romans vs Icons(2) S.O

Romans use two shootout markers to secure win

Both goaltenders had their hands full on Sunday night as each side went the ultimate distance to decide a winner. A.Greico of the Romans and P.Turturici of the Icons did more than their part to help give their team a real chance to win the game. With the kind of fire power both sides have, only one goal went in which came on the power play. A.Mirolla got the game’s opening goal for the Romans by the two minute mark of the second period, a lead that went unchallenged until the six minute mark of the final frame where M.Arkalis finally got the Icons on the board. With overtime time solving nothing, the Romans won the breakaway competition with goals from A.Mirolla and S.Mirolla. The Icons got their lone shootout tally from their captain P.Chiotis. A.Grieco faced plenty of dangerous shots to earn the win in nets over his counterpart P.Turturici, who had a similar performance between the pipes.

(3)Red Nose vs Hit List(7)

Y.Laforest scores hat trick for Hit List in 7-3 win over Red Nose

Y.Laforest scored three goals, L.Richard and J-F Huppe each riffled a pair and the Hit List now share third spot of the division with three teams. The Hit List pulled away by the eleven minute mark of the second period after being awarded two power play chances. Y.Laforest was behind bagging both goals in only one minute to complete his hat trick. Only three players scored for the Hit List that saw J-F Huppe collect the most points with five. As for Red Nose, the struggles continue despite adding plenty of key pieces to their lineup.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Anthony Grieco of the Romans. Limiting the Icons to only one goal in regulation time along with one goal in a shootout isn’t easy by any standards. But Grieco was able to do the improbable in a tight 3-2 win over the Icons.

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Monday December 21

(4)Red Lite vs Black Knights(6)

A thirst for first, Black Knights topple rival Red Lite for top seed

With the help of two awarded team goals, the Black Knights still had more than their hands full on Monday night. Red Lite used three power play goals along with a shorthanded tally by N.Vargas-Dias to get all of their scoring done. Each side traded two goals each in both the second and third periods making the opening frame as the only difference in the match. J.Gagne continues to pile on points as the Black Knights forward collected three more to lead the scoring race with ten goals and five assists. Red Lite added G.Tetreault to their lineup, who made an immediate impact notching a pair of markers. With only one loss so far, the Black Knights look to be in fine form and will hope to continue their run after the holiday break.

(8)All Blacks vs Slayers(1)

No contest, All Blacks trounce Slayers by a landslide

As bad as the score appears to be, this contest only went solo as of the third period where the All Blacks kept piling on the goals. The Slayers kept the game close for two periods trailing by only a pair until things turned for the worse. Already with two goals under his belt, M.Duguay didn’t stop there by adding two more by the third to finish with an impressive seven point game. P.Bibeau was able to accumulate four helpers and F.Rolland stopped all but one goal courtesy of A.Mirolla. The All Blacks didn’t have a deep bench but still managed to get plenty of offence done. As for the Slayers, the struggles continue despite winning their only game in last week’s contest versus the Hustlers.

(4)Bramabulls vs Spartans(5) O.T

A.Courcelles strike three times including overtime winner

It was A.Courcelles’s two first period goals only a minute and a half apart along with the sudden death winner that helped the Spartans hand the Bramabulls a second straight loss to the season. Courcelles put on a Spartans jersey for the first time this season and wasted no time earning the respect from his teammates. The Spartans had the better start to the night building a 3-1 first period lead along with a two goal cushion heading into the final frame until the Bramabulls forced the issue with unanswered tallies. M.Argiris scored first for the Bramabulls before setting up Marco Diaco and D.Morency by the third. The Spartans collected only their third win of the season but are glad to do it against a rival first place opponent.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Anthony Courcelles of the Spartans. His three goals along with an assist was a big reason why the Spartans downed the Bramabulls 5-4 in overtime on Monday night.

Womens Provincial

Bonjour à toutes,


L'Association de hockey-balle du Québec tiendra son championnat provincial annuel 5x5, le 12 mars.

Vous trouverez en pièce jointe tous les détails pour vous inscrire.

N'hésitez pas à nous écrire pour toutes questions ou commentaires.

Merci et bonne journée!


Association de hockey-balle du Québec


Red Lite Win 11th Canadian National Title

Red Lite have famously won the competition eleven times since the beginning of the millennial. After claiming seven straight titles from 2001-2007, Red Lite jump started their dynasty in 2012 winning four more consecutive National championships. It’s no doubt to be widely considered the single greatest achievement in ball hockey. What makes this even more impressive was that they roared through the round robin stages with a perfect 5-0 record before collecting three straight playoff wins. One of their greatest challenges came in the quarter finals where they faced an in house rival, the Montreal Royal Flush as a late tally snapped a 3-3 tie sending them through to the semi finals. Similar to that game, Red Lite needed another 4-3 victory, this time versus the BC Falcons. Left with only one task, the well oiled machine wrapped up what was a perfect week with a perfect 4-0 result over Team Manitoba. Over the years, Red Lite have found a way to make the proper modifications in order to keep a competitive pedigree, something that is difficult to do when considering eleven titles have been captured in only fourteen years. While some of the veteran leadership have yet to slow down, names such as Paul Roy, Mathieu Lebrun, Jonathan Daoust, Martin Frechette just to name a few, the younger click led by Yannick Labonte has the potential for this dynasty to continue on for years to come.

Congratulations to the 2015 National Champions Red Lite. Just below are the names of who made it happen:

Paul Roy
Mathieu Lebrun
Yannick Labonte
John Adamou
Samuel Beauchamps
Jeffrey Bradley
Martin Corbeil
Jonathan Daoust
Nelson Vargas-Dias
Mathieu Duguay
Martin Frechette
Simon Ghilarducci
Carl Ghilarducci
Yanick Jomphe
Kevin Kuczmarski
Will Lacasse
Shawn Legris
David Matthew
Dominic Morency
Jeremy Paradis
Alexandre Perreault
Steve Proust
Joel Provost-Blais
Stephane Rossi
Matteo Stoico

ISBHF World Ball Hockey Championships in Zug, Switzerland

Congratulations to Team Haiti on winning Pool B yesterday at the World Ballhockey Championships in Switzerland. They Defeated Cayman Islands 4-2 in the final.  We would also like to congratulate the Canadian Women's Team on defeating the Czech Republic 5-1 in the final.