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Thursday September 16 (Semi finals)

M.Mavroudis, scoring machine sparks Fatal Demons

After the Brewers emerged taking game one in a shootout, the Fatal Demons took over the series thanks to their prolific goal scorer. M.Mavroudis torched his opponent setting up two goals before going on a scoring spree netting three in a row to shift the series. That strong finish put the Fatal Demons in the drivers seat despite the series all tied up. Game three saw both teams playing it cautious while patiently waiting for their chances to arise. S.Morante, just like his counterpart G.Platanitis made some jaw dropping saves to keep the series alive. With game three going scoreless in regulation time, the next step was a five minute sudden death period that stood between moving on or packing your bags. Again, M.Mavroudis led the way after setting the tone in the previous match by providing the Fatal Demons biggest goal of the season so far. The power forward buried his chance with less than two minutes remaining to send his club through to the final.

(1)Fatal Demons vs Brewers(3) S.O Game 1

(2)Brewers vs Fatal Demons(6) Game 2

(1)Fatal Demons vs Brewers(0) O.T Game 3

O.Valiquette comes up clutch for Pylons

This heart wrenching series was a back and forth affair that saw the Pylons get the final word when O.Valiquette ended it in a dramatic game three overtime finish. Prior to that moment, the Pylons appeared to be fine jump starting their night riding four straight goals in only ten minutes. And although they took game one, a different Dragons team completely took over the series. In their must win heading into game two, G.DeMarinis and Y.Gazura carried the Dragons, with Gazura striking four times while DeMarinis provided six helpers. The Pylons looked like a bunch of pylons as the lack of effort came to hurt them, which left them only twelve minutes of a mini game to re adjust. Unfortunately, the urgency heading into game three was still dormant as they gave up two goals-from B.Daniele and G.DeMarinis. Still, there was enough time left over and the Pylons knew they needed the next goal. Luckily enough , O.Valiquette provided that much needed marker, and all of a sudden the Pylons felt their was a chance. It took only two minutes after for E.Allen to tie the game and even up this series. By that point, neither side gambled to much trying to avoid a mistake which would likely decide the series. Eventually, it had to go into a five minute sudden death frame where O.Valiquette seized the moment by finding himself at the right spot. This series had its ups and downs for the two teams and it was only fitting that it came down to the wire.

(5)Pylons vs Dragons(2) Game 1

(8)Dragons vs Pylons(3) Game 2

(3)Pylons vs Dragons(2) O.T Game 3

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to M.Mavroudis of the Fatal Demons and Olivier Valiquette of the Pylons. There is no question both teams reached the finals thanks to both these players producing the way they did.

Its now down to only two teams remaining in the Masters 35+ division. The Fatal Demons will hold the upper hand in this final due to their stacked bench that provides plenty of quality and strong work ethic. The Pylons will need their necessary elements to be present in order to have a chance. Playing with less than two lines like its been their theme all season just wont cut it at this stage.

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Wednesday September 15 (final)

Assadi Consulting inc celebrate as champs for second straight season

The Assadi consulting inc and the Club Ecole Orient played an extremely hard fought final that ended in a slight favour for the Assadi Consulting inc. With M.Gagnon and N.Glbert kicking things off for the Assadi Consulting inc, the Club Ecole Orient felt the immediate pressure to get back into the game quickly. And to their credit, L-M Alayo responded right away to keep the game in check. Eventually both sides found themselves deadlocked at thee goals apiece until J.Courteau put the Assadi Consulting inc back in front. Despite having that narrow lead, the Assadi Consulting inc were stuck hanging on for dear life. The Club Ecole Orient pulled out their goaler for the extra attacker and threw everything but the kitchen sink toward the net only to keeping hitting a wall. Game two took a different turn however, this time with the Club Ecole Orient jumping out in front on three consecutive goals. Only four minutes and change had gone by for the rude awakening that the Assadi Consulting inc had to endure. As bad of a start it was, there was too much time left over for a highly skilled team to respond. The mind set was simple, play it one shift at a time and search for the net goal. J.Courteau broke the ice moments later and the snow ball effect was in motion. The Assadi Consulting inc knew they had it in them to mount a much needed comeback. In the span of only two minutes, M.DelGaudio and J.Courteau helped even the score, and all of a sudden this game was up for grabs. M.Morin did however put the Club Ecole Orient back in front on the power play but that was short lived as J.Mandracchia evened the score a minute later. After both sides went without a goal, a shootout was the only thing left over for the Club Ecole Orient if they planned on extending their season. Basically, it came down to a skills competition to decide an important game two. This stuff will go either way depending on who can execute under pressure. In tonight’s case, it happened to go the Assadi Consulting inc’s way. D.Desmarais used his sweet hands to fake out C.Malkoun and P.Assadi was perfect stopping all three shooters. It may not have been the end they wanted, but the Club Ecole Orient will feel proud for what they achieved. In reality, only one goal along with a shootout challenge made the difference. As for the Assadi Consulting inc, nothing more was expected-from a team that finished first in the regular season and looked to repeat as champions. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Pedram Assadi and the rest of his club for winning it twice in a row.

(4)Assadi Consulting inc vs Club Ecole Orient(3) Game 1

(4)Club Ecole Orient vs Assadi Consulting inc(5) S.O Game 2

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Jonathan Courteau of the Assadi Consulting inc. At key moments during both games, the sniper came through providing three big goals that included the winner in game one.

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Monday September 13 (Division 1 final)

Orient crowned champs after extraordinary battle with Punishers

This one had all the making of a championship final. Everything you hoped for in a series happened between the Orient and the Punishers. If you wanted goals, there were plenty, if you wanted extra time, there was more than enough to go around, and if you wanted it to go distance , it got there. Unfortunately, when two deserving teams get to that point, one team is stuck feeling utter dejection. The Punishers had many runs leading to success only to find themselves a detail away between winning and losing. Tonight however, was all about how the Orient went about their business. They managed damage control by limiting K.Kuczmarski to only two assists while relying on their top guns to provide the goods. M.David was one of some key elements making an impact. The highly skilled forward notched two big goals in game two to help even the series before providing perhaps the Orient’s biggest tally of the entire season by netting the shootout winner in game 3. Another major piece of the puzzle was the lights out goaltending-from E.Paradis, who was brilliant throughout the entire series, and especially in the shootout of game three denying five straight high end attempts. There was no doubt F.Nasser prepared his troops for this one. The captain had his players buy into a system which made them believe that this was theirs for the taking. They were outstanding throughout the playoffs savouring every moment that led to this point. On behalf of Haockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Fadl Nasser and the Orient for capturing the Monday division 1 title.

(6)Punishers vs Orient(5) S.O Game 1

(4)Orient vs Punishers(2) Game 2

(1)Punishers vs Orient(2) S.O Game 3

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Matthew David of the Orient. Your only a top gun player when you come through at the right time for your club. M.David is without a doubt a natural talent as the skilled forward was influential providing key plays, and key goals that included the decider in a game three shootout.

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Monday September 13 ( Division 2 final)

Classics leadership evident in playoff run, crowned winners

It was all about unfinished business when it came to the Classics. The motivation was pretty simple for a tight knit group that was on a mission all season to prove to everyone that they were the real team to beat. Experience is a big part of playoff hockey, and the Classics have more than enough of  to go around. Adding to that, they were able to floor a complete line up consisting of ten players that has each and every one providing a key role. The Classics got through the Degenerates in their semi final match up by taking the opening game in a shootout before thumping them in game two by a decisive 6-2 margin. With the other semi final series favouring the 1 Timer over the Hart Foundation, both teams met only moments later for the final. The 1 Timer roared off to a 2-0 lead in game 1 but needed a big shootout goal by T.Daigneault to grab the series lead. Despite being down in the series, the Classics overcame adversity displaying resiliency while altering their compete level where the 1 Timer slowly realised they couldn’t match. From -the drop of the ball in game 2, the Classics gave their opponent almost nothing, trapping lanes while blocking shot after shot. F.Casacalenda’s early goal proved to be more than enough for how well the Classics defended, and more importantly for how P.Assadi was possessed stopping every ball his way. Game three was eventually decided by only one goal thanks to M.Destounis, and again P.Assadi making the difference in net. It just goes to show that veteran leadership is invaluable, especially come playoff time. The teams leadership has contributed to balanced scoring, responsible defence and stand up goaltending. And because of it, the Classics rightfully deserved the recognition of being the Monday division 2 champs. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulation go out to Pat Santullo and the rest of the Classics for getting it done.

(3)1 Timer vs The Classics(2) S.O Game 1

(3)The Classics vs 1 Timer(0) Game 2

(1)The Classics vs 1 Timer(0) Game 3

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Pedram Assadi of the Classics. The net minder did every thing he could to make sure that he and the Classics would win. P.Assadi carried something special in his heart pushing him even harder than usual to help provide a successful run for his team.

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Tuesday September 7

Dek Lanaudiere hold off Dek Boucherville in tight battle

(2)Dek Lanaudiere vs Dek Boucherville(1)

Sparked by a very early goal-from F.Godin along with M.Fortier doubling up the lead, the Dek Lanaudiere on Wednesday night rattled off a huge win , edging the Dek Boucherville by a slight 2-1 margin. It wasn’t pulse pounding or full of offense and scoring, but things ended happily for the Dek Lanaudiere, who are earning the respect as a team to look out for in the up coming post season. The Dek Boucherville didn’t have much to show for in the goal scoring department until a power play marker by S.Provencal sparked some life. For how tight knitted the Dek Lanaudiere have been playing throughout the entire game, coupled with L-S Vienneau holding the fort between the pipes, the chance of an equaliser with less than five minutes was highly unlikely. The Dek Lanaudiere played a prototypical playoff style game which paid off dividends.

Centre SportXpo no show at home rink

(0)Centre SportXpo vs Le Rinque(4)

It looked like the Centre SportXpo forgot they had a game tonight, and it resulted in them getting crushed by Le Rinque. They completely no showed this one, and it started-from the drop of the ball. Just simply going through the motions of pretending to play ball hockey. Le Rinque were fast, more resilient, and just better. Most of the bad occurred in the first period with M.Duguay, Y.Labonte and S.Bellefleur getting on board. By then, it was already over despite an entire period remaining. You always want to focus on just getting that first goal rather than thinking of a massive comeback. The Centre SportXpo weren’t able to find enough space in dangerous areas to get that much needed tally in order to spark any sort of life. Credit to Le Rinque for protecting their house while knowing C.Lantin was there just in case there was a break down. This result now places Le Rinque in a familiar territory, which is first place of the Dek Elite division.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to L-S Vienneau of the Dek Lanaudiere. Limiting the Dek Boucherville to only one goal says a lot about your goaltender. Vienneau was sound , calm and collective displaying a stellar performance in net.

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Partnership agreement between Hockey Québec and Ball Hockey Quebec
 
Hockey Québec and Ball Hockey Quebec, the Quebec Ball Hockey Association which includes ball-hockey and Dek hockey, are pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement. The four-year agreement runs from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2024.
"We are very pleased with this new partnership with the largest sanctioned ball-hockey organization in Quebec. The agreement will allow us to increase our memberships and to collaborate with Ball Hockey Quebec to achieve our common goals. Our minor hockey associations will be able to offer a complementary service to ice hockey, which is great news for all our young people," says Hockey Québec president Mr. Yve Sigouin.
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At the Canadian Championships in Calgary, Alberta the Montreal Machine win the bronze medal in the Masters division.

Congratulations to all players and staff Francois Chalut Normand Plouffe.
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Dear ISBHF Ball Hockey Family,

The ISBHF hopes that all of you remain safe and healthy during these difficult times. We appreciate your support for the sport of ball hockey and your understanding of the challenging decisions the ISBHF has had to make for 2020 and 2021 events for the safety and health of all our members.

The ISBHF Board of Directors has unanimously approved that, should the global health situation allow, the calendar of 2022 & 2023 ISBHF events will be as follows:

2022

World Men’s & Women’s Championships – Canada, June

World Juniors – Slovakia or alternative venue, TBD Under-20 Men’s (2002, 2003)
Under-18 Men’s (2004, 2005)

World Juniors – Slovakia, first week of July Under-16 Boys’ (2006, 2007)
Under-20 Women’s (2002, 2003)

World Men’s & Women’s Masters – Czech Republic, September Over-40 Men’s (1982 and earlier)
Over-35 Women’s (1987 and earlier)

2023

World Juniors – TBD
Under-23 Men’s (2000, 2001, 2002) Under-20 Men’s (2003, 2004) Under-18 Boys’ (2005, 2006)

World Juniors – TBD
Under-16 Boys’ (2007, 2008) Under-20 Women’s (2003, 2004)

World Men’s & Women’s Masters Over-35 Men’s (1988 and earlier) Over-35 Women’s (1988 and earlier)

 

The ISBHF has voted and approved that the Men’s and Women’s Masters will be held annually. Beginning in 2023, the format shall alternate between Over-35 (Men’s and Women’s) and Over-45 (Men’s and Women’s).

At this moment, the ISBHF has not gathered enough interest to stage a Women’s Under-23 tournament in 2023. The calendar for 2024 and beyond shall be a subject of discussion at the 2021 ISBHF Annual Conference.

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On behalf of the ISBHF, we would like to thank everyone for their ongoing patience and support as we continue to navigate the ball hockey family through this period of uncertainty.

Best regards,

George Gortsos
President
International Street & Ball Hockey Federation

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Season Divisions Summer 2021
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Premier division

Tuesday March 3

(4)GK vs Capitals(2)

GK surge early in third period to top Capitals

Despite giving up the opening and closing goal of the game, the rest in between belonged to the GK. The Capitals managed to hang in there long enough but eventually realised it was done when M.David and F.Belisle each struck early in the third period for a 4-1 lead. It was clear that the up hill battle from that point on felt unrealistic for the Capitals having to go up against a team can shut anybody down. In his season debut, P-O Girouard did not disappoint forming his brick wall structure stopping close to 20 shots. The win saw four different players cash in with M.David’s third period marker holding up for the winner.

(2)Montreal As vs Black Knights(5)

Y.Derohannessian’s late shorty seals the deal for the Black Knights

Y.Derohannessian couldn’t have picked a better time than to notch a shorthanded goal. Although the Black Knights were in front 3-2, that tally pretty much summed up the game between the two sides with just over three minutes remaining. It was an overall solid performance from the two teams with each side carrying the play. M.Ianovale struck first to get the balling rolling for the Montreal As and didn’t give up their first tally till the four minute mark of the second period. Once the game was tied, J.Gagne took over bagging two in a row to put the Black Knights in the drivers seat. A.Lemay did eventually respond to reduce the gap but it was all for nothing as Derohannessian struck shortly after with a huge blow.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Jonathan Gagne of the Black Knights. Big time players know when to show up when the game is on the line. J.Gagne was proof of that once again for the Black Knights collecting back to back tallies after snapping a dead lock 1-1 tie.

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Partnership agreement between Hockey Québec and Ball Hockey Quebec
Partnership agreement between Hockey Québec and Ball Hockey Quebec
 
Hockey Québec and Ball Hockey Quebec, the Quebec Ball Hockey Association which includes ball-hockey and Dek hockey, are pleased to announce the signing of a partnership agreement. The four-year agreement runs from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2024.
"We are very pleased with this new partnership with the largest sanctioned ball-hockey organization in Quebec. The agreement will allow us to increase our memberships and to collaborate with Ball Hockey Quebec to achieve our common goals. Our minor hockey associations will be able to offer a complementary service to ice hockey, which is great news for all our young people," says Hockey Québec president Mr. Yve Sigouin.
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Nationals 2021 Calgary, Alberta

At the Canadian Championships in Calgary, Alberta the Montreal Machine win the bronze medal in the Masters division.

Congratulations to all players and staff Francois Chalut Normand Plouffe.
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ISBHF Announcement

Dear ISBHF Ball Hockey Family,

The ISBHF hopes that all of you remain safe and healthy during these difficult times. We appreciate your support for the sport of ball hockey and your understanding of the challenging decisions the ISBHF has had to make for 2020 and 2021 events for the safety and health of all our members.

The ISBHF Board of Directors has unanimously approved that, should the global health situation allow, the calendar of 2022 & 2023 ISBHF events will be as follows:

2022

World Men’s & Women’s Championships – Canada, June

World Juniors – Slovakia or alternative venue, TBD Under-20 Men’s (2002, 2003)
Under-18 Men’s (2004, 2005)

World Juniors – Slovakia, first week of July Under-16 Boys’ (2006, 2007)
Under-20 Women’s (2002, 2003)

World Men’s & Women’s Masters – Czech Republic, September Over-40 Men’s (1982 and earlier)
Over-35 Women’s (1987 and earlier)

2023

World Juniors – TBD
Under-23 Men’s (2000, 2001, 2002) Under-20 Men’s (2003, 2004) Under-18 Boys’ (2005, 2006)

World Juniors – TBD
Under-16 Boys’ (2007, 2008) Under-20 Women’s (2003, 2004)

World Men’s & Women’s Masters Over-35 Men’s (1988 and earlier) Over-35 Women’s (1988 and earlier)

 

The ISBHF has voted and approved that the Men’s and Women’s Masters will be held annually. Beginning in 2023, the format shall alternate between Over-35 (Men’s and Women’s) and Over-45 (Men’s and Women’s).

At this moment, the ISBHF has not gathered enough interest to stage a Women’s Under-23 tournament in 2023. The calendar for 2024 and beyond shall be a subject of discussion at the 2021 ISBHF Annual Conference.

page1image65738752

On behalf of the ISBHF, we would like to thank everyone for their ongoing patience and support as we continue to navigate the ball hockey family through this period of uncertainty.

Best regards,

George Gortsos
President
International Street & Ball Hockey Federation

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