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The 2014 CBHA Junior National Championships begins today and runs until Sunday in the prairie city of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Seventeen teams from British Columbia to Newfoundland aged 14 - 19 have arrived to showcase the best youth ball hockey players from their provinces as they vye for the U15, U17 and U19 National titles.

Games for the Championship will be broadcast LIVE from MTS Iceplex and St. Norbert arena. Visit the Canadian Ball Hockey Association website and click on the icon to view some great youth ball hockey live action. www.cbha.com

Best of luck to all teams competing!

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Congratulations to the D Regional Champions

Anthony DiPerna and the Montreal Bramabulls entered the tournament for a second straight time and after winning the bronze medal only a year ago, the Montreal Bramabulls got it right this time bringing home the gold.

Congratulations to all the players and their captain, Anthony DiPerna :

Mario Argiris
Jonathan Beaudry
Paolo Bertone
Marco Cerrone
Pete Charbonneau
Jonathan DeSua
Pascal Delarosbil
Domenic Devecchis
Anthony DiPerna
Mario Diaco
Marco Diaco
Freddy Dominianni
Renzo Fasano
Johnny Ferreira
Domenico Grasso
Anthony Greico
Sandro Marricco
Mauro Mignogna
Milton Moukas
Robby Richards
Mike Richards
Patrick Rivera

The Bramabulls also added to their hardware with Mike Richards awarded the leading scorer, Domenico Grasso as the best forward and Anthony Greico claiming the tournaments MVP.

Here is a summary of their game results in Saint John, NB, 2014:

Round Robin:

(6) St John Flyers        vs  Mtl Bramabulls (6)
(2) Moncton Panthers vs   Mtl Bramabulls (4)
(5) Mtl Bramabulls     vs   HAF Hockey     (5)

Play-off Round:

(5) Mtl Bramabulls vs Moncton Panthers (1) semi finals
(6) Mtl Bramabulls vs HAF Hockey   (2)  finals

For more details : www.cbha.com

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Congratulations to the Montreal Warriors who won the 2014 Eastern Regional Championships. The players especially appreciated the win, after leaving the 2013 Championships with a silver medal.

Congratulations to all the players and their captain, Brittany Diabo :

- Konwakeraton Beauvais
- Christina Cox
- Kristine Daoust
- Brittany Diabo
- Alexandra Garcia
- Katrina Giuliani
- Esther Latoures
- Kimberley Monette
- Katia Murray
- Marie-Pier Rémillard
- Karine Rivard
- Emily Stacey
- Nadia Varriano
- Madeleine Vollant

Nadia Varriano received All-Star Goalie and MVP of the tournament, while as Katia Murray received All-Star Forward.

Here is a summary of their game results in Saint John, NB, 2014:

Round Robin:
Peterborough Selects 2 - Montreal Warriors 3
Montreal Warriors 3 - Saint John Storm 0
Saint John Thundercats 2 - Montreal Warriors 4

Play-off Round:
Saint John Storm 3 - Montreal Warriors 4
Montreal Warriors 2 - Newfoundland Home Hardware 1

For more details: www.cbha.com

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Hello dear ball hockey fans,
You will find below, all the information concerning the many championships happening this summer. Consult their website to stay up to date on all of them, nationally and internationally.
Have a nice summer!

 

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With the addition of inter league play in the Premier Division of Hockeyballe.com and Dek Longueuil this summer, it has proven to be a big success amongst players. The elite players of both leagues put on a display about what ballhockey is all about. Indeed, for the first time in their history, the two biggest leagues in the greater Montreal area changed venues for a two week period sending some of its finest ball hockey teams to clash with one another.

The event comprised a total of eight teams where four represented each league. Hosting the first of a two home and away mini-series, the Longueuil arena received the elite Laval teams such as Red Lite, Generals and the Black Knights to go up against some fierce competition in teams such as Les Gouverneurs, Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud and the Punishers.

Out of the three games played, Les Gouverneurs had success defeating the nine time National champions Red Lite with a 5-4 result. The other matches saw the Generals take their game in overtime versus Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud while the Black Knights routed the Punishers in a 7-3 victory.

With the games shifting to the Centre SportXpo de Laval a week later, Dek Hockey Longueuil hit the road heading into unfamiliar territory. While all four games were fairly close, the Road Runners were glad to claim victory as they defeated the Generals 3-2 in a shootout. That game was followed with Red Lite topping the Punishers 4-1, the Royal Flush doubling up Les Gouverneurs 6-3 and the Black Knights barely edging Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud 4-3.

All in all things rolled very well for both sides. Competition at this level is always inspiring for players and teams to get involved and after experiencing a great turn out, things will only be brighter for the game of ball hockey to come.

On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, we would like to thank all the players and teams involved, and especially Fred Simard the president of Dek Hockey Longueuil who helped make it all happen.

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Wednesday July 30
(3)Primetime vs Brewers(5)
Many bodies helped the Brewers as they took advantage of a depleted line up. The Brewers rolled their three lines properly and benefited by the third period where the bagged three markers to earn the win. K.Keketsian evened the score at three goals a piece on the power play and C.Palermo was able to grab the lead moments later before A.Lanni sealed the contest with his second of the match. D.Verta played a big role as he usually does finishing with three points for the Brewers while E.Kavaldjian was Primetimes best player with two goals.
(8)Venom vs Punishers(0)
With only five players dressed, the Punishers threw in the towel by the second period. Venom pulled away early on building a 6-0 first period lead and added two second period tallies putting an end to what was an easy night. M-A Drapeau had a multi goal game scoring both his goals by the first period, T.Perluzzo helped set up three tallies to finish with four points and captain M.Trivisonno had a fairly easy night earning the shutout.
(2)Zone Grise vs Horsemen(7)
Despite being in the penalty box on numerous occasions the Horsemen still found a way to bounce Zone Grise. The Horsemen had there best moments in the second period riffling four unanswered tallies that saw S.Tsalikis net his second while M.Chartrand was able to notch a pair in the very same frame. Zone Grise got there scoring from P.Oconnell and Y.St-Georges  as the only players to have figured out M.Vinciguerre.
(2)Tyrants vs TANK(5)
After settling for a 2-2 first period tie, Tank carried on adding three straight goals to defeat the Tyrants. With time winding down in the second period, J.Parisella snapped the tie with his second of the night leaving only one frame where R.Voinson and S.Caissy each tallied to put the match away. S.Gagnon allowed two first period goals but was able to go flawless the rest of the way to earn a well deserved victory.
(5)Average Joes vs MoneyShot(6) O.T
Slowly but surely, M.Alfieri is getting back on track. The dynamic forward did it all from scoring a hat trick, passing and netting the biggest goal of the night in overtime. Each side played to a wild third period finish exchanging three goals a piece that included A.Pietracupa’s second tally of the night for the Average Joes.
(4)McGuires Monsters vs Brewers(3) O.T
The McGuire’s Monsters dug themselves out of a hole to eventually take the contest in overtime. Despite having all three lines rolling at once, the Brewers weren’t able to protect a two goal cushion. S.Nobile reduced the margin by one on the power play, A.Klitirinos evened the score late in the third and P.Klitirinos was able to net his second of the night in overtime. It came in a losing cause but C.Palermo did have a solid game with two goals.
(6)Dream Team vs The Tropics(5)
Close but no cigar for the Tropics who nearly came back to even the score. The Dream Team looked like they had this game wrapped up with a power play goal from D.Boivin-Audette up until S.Wilcox made things interesting netting back to back tallies only 15 seconds apart. Y.St-Georges was pivotal for the win with three points that included two goals while his captain R.Ricard helped out as well finishing with one goal and two helpers.
(11)Tyrants vs Rink Rats(1)
The Tyrants needed only two periods to end what was a one sided affair. Anytime anyone is able to score six times in a hockey game tends to get noticed. M.Turgeon complicated the Rink Rats night and especially R.Picard as the dangerous forward put six tallies behind the defenceless net minder. M.Menassa along with J.Remo-Lamourue had four points each and G.Platanitis was nearly perfect in nets allowing only M.Dalessandro to beat him.
(9)Red Nose vs ITT(2)
While the Red Nose showed up prepared, ITT was forced to contain their opponents with only three change ups. Normally these circumstances don’t pan out for a short bench as ITT found out early on giving up five first period goals. Many different players found themselves on the score sheet but L-P Simard did have the most goals solving Pedram Assadi on three occasions.

The Boston Pizza player of the night for the F1 division goes to Massimo Alfieri of the Money Shot. After participating in four out of his clubs six goals, the talented forward struck three times that included the sudden death winner. As for the F2 side, Mathieu Turgeon claims the honour for the Tyrants. The number 99 dominated his opponents riffling an impressive total of six goals.

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Tuesday July 29
(2)Hellas vs Dark Warriors(11)
In what was a must win for Hellas ends up in a complete disaster. Needing a win in hopes of staying alive for a playoff spot, Hellas weren’t able to compete at the level of the Dark Warriors. E.Girouard completed his hat trick very early in the second period before adding a fourth tally, D.Hill along with J.Russo notched a pair each and E.Mavroudis had a five point night that included four helpers. P.Turturici allowed only two goals, both coming from the very same P.Elizardo.
(1)Smackdaddys vs Spartans(2) S.O
The Spartans needed to kill 32 seconds for a regulation win but instead they had to capture it in a shootout. Everything went perfect for C.Stavriadis up until the moment when K.Arsenault solved him to force the extra time. The way both sides played each other came to no surprise that this contest went the ultimate distance. On three attempts the Smackdaddys weren’t able to crack C.Stavriadis but M.Arkalis did have some success as the lone shootout out scorer for the Spartans.
(1)Hellenic Republic Parc-Ex vs Dark Warriors(5)
It was a perfect two for two night for P.Turturici and the Dark Warriors. After combining for a total of 16 goals in only two games, the Dark Warriors hope to carry some of that offence versus the Slayers in next weeks quarter-final match up. For a second straight match, E.Girouard tallied the most for his club beating P.Abbiasini on two occasions while P.Turturici was beaten only three times in two games.
(2)Smackdaddys vs Slayers(1)
A good start to the game led to good things for the Smackdaddys as they end their season on a good note. A.Romano and B.Sansotta got on the board in the opening period and for the duration of the game that was just enough to get by the Slayers. J.Del Torto did cut the lead in half by the 4:20 minute mark of the second frame leaving plenty of time for an equaliser but as time went on, S.Morante stood his ground denying everything his way.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Eric Girouard of the Dark Warriors. The veteran sniper whaled away combining for six goals in two games.

The regular season just came to an end that saw the Bramabulls capture first place and a direct pass to the semi-finals. The other quarter-final match ups are as follows:

(2)Spartans         vs Hellenic Republic of Parc –Ex (7)
(3)Smackdaddys  vs  Kryptonite                          (6)
(4)Dark Warriors  vs Slayers                               (5)

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Monday July 28
(7)Traction T/W vs Kingfish(6)
Despite gaining some momentum by the second period, the Kingfish fall anyway to the Traction T/W. With the game deadlocked at four goals a piece, the Traction T/W took over getting early third period goals which were barely enough for a positive result. Out of their seven goals scored, only three players found the back of the net. M.Cote had the most for a hat trick and S.Deschatelets along with his captain A.Piche chipped in with a pair each. As for the Kingfish, K.Kuczmarski was definitely a force for his club finishing with three goals and one assist.
(5)Traction T/W vs Blazotron(5) S.O
With no time to rest, the Traction T/W claims a point after settling for a draw. M.Cote continued his progress with another key performance netting two important third period goals to help force the extra time. J.St-Louis helped set up his teammate on both occasions while also assisting on Samuel.Courcelles second period tally. Each side tallied once each in the shootout that saw S.Deschatelets of the Traction T/W get the better of P.Georges while F.Seguin was able to figure out J-P Piche.
(2)Blazers vs Team Finland(1)
For only a second time in eleven games Team Finland taste defeat. The Blazers did an excellent job limiting a power house offence to only one goal. S.Gagnon was brilliant in nets making key saves ultimately allowing only V.Crivello to beat him. Each side tallied only in the second period that saw the captain S.Caissy and D.Cucinotta cash in for the Blazers.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Martin Cote of the Traction T/W. Playing in back to back games, Martin Cote finished his night with a total of five goals.

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Sunday July 27
(9)Red Nose vs Jokers(1)
The Jokers struggled all game long trying to contain the massive attack of the Red Nose. Already up 4-0 after one period, the Red Nose continued to pour on the offence by getting two late goals before adding three more by the final frame. Surprisingly enough, only one player scored twice which was M-A Drapeau but N.Delia did have plenty of points finishing with one goal and three helpers.
(9)H.C Mutts vs The Bulls(0)
The Bulls put up a good fight for one period but the H.C Mutts showed why they sit on top of the standings. The scoring began by the early stages of the second period where the H.C Mutts struck four times before adding five more by the final frame totalling a league leading 65 goals for. It always helps having players such as V.Albanese and S.Sacco in your line up as each forward converted three times each for a hat trick. J.Capaldo has had busier nights in nets but the net minder is glad to earn the shutout after facing 16 shots.
(11)Bijoux vs Les Bakaloo(0)
Bijoux’s captain sets the tone as they hand Les Bakaloo a convincing defeat. K.Pimentel, every so often seems to rack up plenty of points and tonight was another case of him dominating the court with two goals and five assists. S.Vitali did have the most tallies for a hat trick, S.Della Rocca chipped in with a pair of markers and L.Dias denied everything in his direction to earn the shutout.
(5)French Kiss Mafia vs Untouchables(9)
Evenly matched for two periods, this contest only took one direction by the final frame where the Untouchables bagged four unanswered goals to take the match. J Lesperance-Daoust was able to crack the 5-5 tie on the power play which led to M.Dubuc completing his hat trick and J-P Bertrand chipping away for his second of the night. A.Vivas saw plenty of action allowing five goals in two periods but was able to adjust and go flawless when it counted the most to earn the win in nets for the Untouchables.
(7)1 Timer vs Mighty Kings(3)
A slow start would ultimately doom the Mighty Kings who fell to the 1 Timer 7-3. The 1 Timer struck twice with there five man unit getting both goals from P-A Surprenant as the only multi goal scorer for his club. M.Lamarche helped put the game away with three third period assists for the 1 Timer while J.Luis-Beckers was the Mighty Kings best player with two goals.
(6)Screeching Eagles vs Spitfires(5)
M.Musi and the Screeching Eagles avoided overtime with a very late tally. D.Ruiz was a big piece to the puzzle notching back to back third period tallies before M.Musi struck leaving only 25 seconds on the clock. Despite the loss, the Spitfires had a good fighting chance all game long due to the excellent performance of Y.Nazarian who finished with four goals that included two on the power play.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Dylan Ruiz of the Screeching Eagles. The feisty forward was clutch netting two third period tallies to help his club getter the better of the Spitfires in a close 6-5 victory.

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Thursday July 24
(3)Armada vs D-Blocks(4)
J.Mandracchia adds a spark as the D-Blocks edge Armada. With an assist on A.Ponzo’s second period goal, J.Mandracchia pounced when it mattered the most adding two third period tallies separating his club from Armada. The Captain A.Facciabene also got on board with a goal while N.Rubbo, M.Wolfe and A.Neven all found the back of the net for Armada.
(3)Le Royal vs Wocafloka(2)
More and more as the season moves on, Le Royal are starting to remind everyone why they won last seasons championship. With the power play working the way it does, Le Royal capitalised twice on three chances that saw M.DoCouto bury one while P.Spadafora tallied the other. Apart from his power play goal, P.Spadafora was also able to net the game winner by the 9:30 minute mark of the third period. Despite the loss, Wocafloka also saw their five man unit work as Paolino.Cardillo and F.Remon each scored to beat M.Gagnon.
(2)Les Bananes vs Wocafloka(6)
After coming off a difficult loss to Le Royal, Wocafloka continued to dominate with their special teams to defeat Les Bananes. Three different players converted on the power play and F.Remon was able to have a multi goal game that saw him close the deal in a yawning cage. For over two periods, C.Stavriadis was perfect between the pipes until allowing F.Laurin and the captain S.Euchi to beat him.
(1)Dragons vs Park Avenue(3)
The Dragons nearly had the match continue into overtime until Jason.Rochon changed all that with less than three minutes remaining. Not once but twice the right handed sniper solved S.Morante with back to back tallies to finish his night with an impressive three point performance. The Dragons got on the board first with a power play marker before giving up three straight tallies. After playing earlier in the E division, P.Turturici kept his focus and did an excellent job to earn the win in nets for the Park Avenue.
(6)Les Bananes vs Armada(5) O.T
Too many penalties hurt Armada as Les Bananes rally to capture the win. The power play went to work in the third period where the captain S.Euchi and K.Arsenault each scored their second of the game, both coming on the five man unit. That sequence forced the sudden death period and within only 45 seconds, F.Laurin capped off the night for everyone. K.Arsenault has been a constant force all season long for Les Bananes and tonight wasn’t any different as the high energy forward had another stellar performance with five points.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Kevin Arsenault of Les Bananes. Difficult to contain, the up and coming star scored twice and added three assists to defeat Armada.

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Thursday July 24
(7)Werewolves vs French Connection(6)
With momentum shifting all game long, the Werewolves pull it off by the skin of their teeth. Barely twelve minutes into the opening frame, the French Connection were already up 3-0 but weren’t able to maintain the lead as the Werewolves immediately responded to even the score before the end of the frame. V.Miraldo helped carry the momentum forward bagging two straight tallies and A.Zarzour scored his first of three on the night putting the Werewolves up by three with only one period remaining. Despite a better third period effort, the French Connection didn’t have enough legs and energy to force the extra time. It came in a losing cause but D.Belanger and J-F Leclerc did have solid games with a pair of markers each.
(4)Mighty Ducks vs Renceur(5)
M-A Lefebvre may have made the difference in the match as the number 71 scored two lone first period goals to put Renceur in front 2-0.The Mighty Ducks did improve at that point on winning the second frame 3-2 but weren’t able to get that much needed tally to force overtime. Once again, the captain M.Blackman gave plenty off life scoring twice in the second frame which forced J.Quesnel-Vinet of Renceur to notch the most important tally with the game winner.
(4)Carnage vs Les Boys(7)
With points extremely crucial at this time of the year, Les Boys captured some to stay in contention of a playoff spot. Desperation kicked in for Sebastien Giguere and his troops when there was only three minutes left in then game. Down 4-3, Les Boys bursted out of nowhere bagging four straight goals that saw A.Giguere and G.Lapointe each notch there second of the contest. Sylvain Giguere also scored twice for the win while C.Kalogeropoulos was Carnage’s best player with three points.
(6)Armored Saints vs Blue Devils(2)
The Armored Saints played a full 45 minute game and were glad to defeat a solid hockey team. Five on five, the Armored Saints were perfect that saw V.Forgetta tally twice in the second period alone. E.Parent dressed for the first time this season and immediately lived up to his task limiting the best offence in the division to only two power play goals.

The Boston Pizza player of the night for the E1 division goes to Eric Parent of the Armored Saints. The newly added veteran net minder was stellar allowing only two goals versus a team that has 62 in nine games alone. As for the E2 side, Anthony Giguere may have saved Les Boys season for now. Trailing in the third period, Anthony Giguere put together two very quick goals to help lift his team over Carnage and receiving the honour of player of the night for the E2 division.



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Season Divisions Summer 2014
Other News
Inter league play in the Premier Division was a success!

With the addition of inter league play in the Premier Division of Hockeyballe.com and Dek Longueuil this summer, it has proven to be a big success amongst players. The elite players of both leagues put on a display about what ballhockey is all about. Indeed, for the first time in their history, the two biggest leagues in the greater Montreal area changed venues for a two week period sending some of its finest ball hockey teams to clash with one another.

The event comprised a total of eight teams where four represented each league. Hosting the first of a two home and away mini-series, the Longueuil arena received the elite Laval teams such as Red Lite, Generals and the Black Knights to go up against some fierce competition in teams such as Les Gouverneurs, Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud and the Punishers.

Out of the three games played, Les Gouverneurs had success defeating the nine time National champions Red Lite with a 5-4 result. The other matches saw the Generals take their game in overtime versus Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud while the Black Knights routed the Punishers in a 7-3 victory.

With the games shifting to the Centre SportXpo de Laval a week later, Dek Hockey Longueuil hit the road heading into unfamiliar territory. While all four games were fairly close, the Road Runners were glad to claim victory as they defeated the Generals 3-2 in a shootout. That game was followed with Red Lite topping the Punishers 4-1, the Royal Flush doubling up Les Gouverneurs 6-3 and the Black Knights barely edging Les Bandits de la Rive-Sud 4-3.

All in all things rolled very well for both sides. Competition at this level is always inspiring for players and teams to get involved and after experiencing a great turn out, things will only be brighter for the game of ball hockey to come.

On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, we would like to thank all the players and teams involved, and especially Fred Simard the president of Dek Hockey Longueuil who helped make it all happen.

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Dek Hockey de la Capitale wins the 2014 Provincials

This past weekend, the Women’s Provincial Championship took place at Sport Expo de Laval. Seven teams started their Saturday morning in top form giving a well earned effort, playing two games each and jousting for positioning in Sundays elimination rounds. After completing what was a high energy day, the two favourites took top seeds only to have Dek Hockey De La Capitale capture first place and a first round buy straight to the semi finals and Dek Drummond finishing second.

The quarter final match ups featured the Impact vs Pures Laines, Palm Bays vs Warriors and Hockey Expert vs the favoured Dek Hockey Drummond. One thing all three games had in common, was that all the winners were able to shut down their opponents allowing no goals what so ever. Marie-Eve Leduc went flawless between the pipes for the Impact in their 2-0 win over Pures Laines, Alex Garcia pushed away 11 balls for the Warriors in a convincing victory over Palm Bays and Martine Gousy denied everything from Hockey Expert allowing the Dek Hockey Drummond to advance. 

These results brought four clubs closer to achieving their goals in the semi finals. Well rested for skipping the quarter finals round, the Dek Hockey de la Capitale immediately got to their opponents, the Impact, when Véronique Carrier opened the scoring just two minutes into the game. Alexandra Roy doubled the lead later in the same period and Stéphanie Savoie was able to add an early second period insurance marker to help her club book a spot to the finals. 

As for the other contest, the end result was decided in a dramatic fashion. Both sides defended well all game long and got excellent goaltending until an eventual marker settled the score. Janie-Claude Arpin played the hero in this affair as she riffled the lone tally in overtime with a feed from Vanessa De Grandpré to beat Alex Garcia for a rare time. 

Leaving only two teams in the tournament, the final stage was set to see who would capture their ultimate goal. The two favourites, Dek Hockey Drummond and DDLC advanced, but they still had to face tough challenges getting there. In what was expected to be a great final, both teams upped their intensity and never gave up until that final buzzer hit. Although Dek Drummond did score first with an early goal from Mélissa Roy, Dek Hockey de la Capitale immediately responded bagging three straight tallies in just the span of over four minutes. Veronique Carrier, Jessica Latouche and Priscilla Paquin all got the better of the opposing goalie for a 3-1 lead until Vanessa De Grandpré gave some life to her club reducing the gap by one. With a few second on the clock, DDLC shut the door with a fourth goal.

Each side had the fire power to generate plenty of offence as the top four goal scorers belonged to both clubs. Priscilla Paquin and Veronique Carrier each finished with seven points for Dek Hockey de la Capitale while Mélissa Roy and Janie-Claude Arpin did the same for Dek Drummond.

On behalf of the Quebec Ball Hockey Association, we would like to congratulate Dek Hockey de la Capitale for their 3rd Provincial title in 4 years, as well as Dek Drummond who was last year’s National Champions for both earning spots to this years Nationals held in Saskatoon. We also congratulate the Impact de St-Jérôme and the Montreal Warriors who will be representing our province in Saint John, NB for the Eastern Regionals. 

Special thanks to Stéphane Côté (Hockey Expert), Christina Oum & Manpreet Kooner (Palm Bays), Lorraine Bourcier & Franceska Perron (Dek Capitale), Vanessa De Grandpré (Dek Drummond), Brittany Diabo (Warriors), Mélie Legris (Pures Laines), and  Jacqueline Montpetit (Impact) who managed their teams effectively and made this tournament possible.

Check our Facebook page, pictures will be added very soon!
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LIVE from the 2014 Junior National Championships!

The 2014 CBHA Junior National Championships begins today and runs until Sunday in the prairie city of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Seventeen teams from British Columbia to Newfoundland aged 14 - 19 have arrived to showcase the best youth ball hockey players from their provinces as they vye for the U15, U17 and U19 National titles.

Games for the Championship will be broadcast LIVE from MTS Iceplex and St. Norbert arena. Visit the Canadian Ball Hockey Association website and click on the icon to view some great youth ball hockey live action. www.cbha.com

Best of luck to all teams competing!

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ISBHF World Juniors are underway now!

To follow the 3 Canadian Teams participating in Bratislava (U16, U18, U20), visit www.bratislava2014.sk.

To watch the game live, click here: www.playo.tv

 


UPCOMING GAMES - Round Robin
(Quebec time)

U16 CATEGORY 
June 26 - 02:00 : Slovakia vs Canada
June 26 - 08:00 : Germany vs Canada
June 27 - 02:00 : Canada vs Czech Republic

U18 CATEGORY
June 25 - 14:00 : Switzerland vs Canada
June 26 - 06:00 : Slovakia vs Canada
June 27 - 10:00 : Czech Republic vs Canada

U20 CATEGORY
June 26 - 04:00 : Canada vs Czech Republic
June 26 - 12:00 : Canada vs Great Britain
June 27 - 06:00 : Austria vs Canada
June 28 - 11:00 : United States vs Canada

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