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Thursday July 22

A.Lanni aging like fine wine

A.Lanni’s return has been a huge success so far the Brewers. After being out of action due to injury, the Brewers captain made quite an impact versus the Family on Thursday night. Lanni looked like he never missed a day along with his confidence which led in an impressive three goal performance in the first game followed with plenty of play making skills in the second encounter where he notched four helpers. Even his own teammates had their heads scratching. He did have the right surrounding with D.Verta setting him twice while A.Papazian made him look good closing off four straight markers. The Family was pretty much undone-from a team clearly ready to play. If not for the final minute of the night, G.Platanitis would have walked out with a perfect sheet. The net minder was on his way for a second straight shutout until S.Cavallaro spoiled it late in the game.

(3)Brewers vs The Family(0)

(1)The Family vs Brewers(6)

Too many no shows for a team that prides themselves on defense

Losing is one thing, but the way the Dragons lost both their games versus the RCGT Knights left some reason of concern to J.DeStefano and the rest of the Dragons. From-poor ball management, defensive breakdowns and too many no shows translated into giving up eight goals in each of the two games. Now that’s not to take away some of the fire power the RCGT Knights have in their arsenal. Players like S.Ruggiero, who was an absolute thorn couldn’t be contained as the sniper tore it up posting a total of eight goals. The night just went bad early on for the Dragons as they immediately found themselves in a hole down 6-0 after just over seven minutes into the first period. They did have an opportunity to adjust in the ensuing match but not much came of it. The RCGT were clearly deserving of the two results.

(5)Dragons vs RCGT Knights(8)

(8)RCGT Knights vs Dragons(3)

Pylons outmatched versus Fatal Demons

It’s the price you pay when having to pace yourself due to a short bench going up against a well balanced Fatal Demons side. The Pylons were stuck defending, chasing and hoping for their chances to come. Although some opportunities arose, R.Ranieri was still there to deny them. The Fatal Demons knew playing with the lead would put them in the drivers seat. M.Destounis and S.Marricco each scored in the first period and the Pylons were in trouble despite plenty of time left over. The focus at one point was to try and adjust for the second game. They did manage a better start where they finally got to Ranieri. O.Valiquette broke the spell collecting four points for the Pylons and  tied the game at four goals a piece by the mid way point of the final frame. Knowing that they had only six minutes to play before hitting the shootouts, the Pylons felt they had a shot at it. Unfortunately they got beat by someone who was a menace- from the drop of the ball. After being awarded the game winner if the opening contest, M.Destounis reached his hat trick on a blistering slap shot to snap the tie. Even with time left over, the Pylons felt deflated and weren’t able to recover as the Fatal Demons widened the gap shortly after.

(4)Fatal Demons vs Pylons(0)

(4)Pylons vs Fatal Demons(7)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Anthony Lanni. Although there can be an argument made for S.Ruggiero of the RCGT Knights and M.Destounis of the Fatal Demons, the Brewers captain will merit the honour. The pesky forward was extremely productive scoring a natural hat trick, adding four helpers while nursing an injury.

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Wednesday July 21

Unknown make Snipers work for every inch

In what was a low scoring affair, teams traded first period goals before deciding matters in the shootout. The Unknown looked to their two veteran players to highlight their skill in the breakaways. J.Constantin tallied along with A.Zarzour’s difference maker for the extra point. The Snipers did respond with a better start in the second game and led 2-0 at one point when Ali Khanafer scored early in the second period. That lead may have appeared sufficient considering the Unknown were very short staffed but that didn’t  seem to be the case. In the very short span of just over a minute, F.Benhamadi and A.Zarzour each scored to draw even with the Snipers. It may have looked-from that point on that the Unknown would manage their time properly due to their short bench. Unfortunately, it just wasn’t the case as A.Sayed wasted barely any time to put the Snipers back in front that led to a slight 3-2 victory.

(2)Snipers vs Unknown(3) S.O

(2)Unknown vs Snipers(3)

Club Ecole Orient use their depth vs depleted SBS Trashers

The Club Ecole Orient managed to grab leads in both their games which stifled the SBS Trashers to bounce back and make a night of it. They play well on the defensive side of the ball and were able to stick with it throughout the four entire periods. Only one shot ended up beating J.Zafar, and that came-from G.Bampos when the second contest was out of reach. The SBS Trashers entered the night without some key players and knew that if they could have led at one point, R.Pampena would have given them a chance to steal some points. Overall, it was just a better performance for F.Nasser and the rest of the Club Ecole Orient. B.Cabral had the lone goal in the first contest while J.Zafar pushed aside 17 shots for the shutout. In the second match, A.Fahra led the charge offensively posting two out of his clubs four goals.

(1)Club Ecole Orient vs SBS Trashers(0)

(1)SBS Trashers vs Club Ecole Orient(4)

Armos pull away in second match after drawing even with Horsemen

There was little separating the Armos and the Horsemen on Wednesday night, at least in the first of the two encounters. Each side traded goals in the first two periods while doing the same in the shootout leaving neither team to really celebrate much. However, the second encounter had a different effect. The Horsemen couldn’t match up well enough in the opening frame. They gave up four goals and needed to rely on their man advantage to keep the game close enough heading into the final frame. Knowing the importance of the next tally, the Horsemen just didn’t have it as A.Zakarian came through instead netting his second for the Armos. M.Yeramian also scored twice in the win while P.Sidhom and his captain V.Pandza posted two each for the Horsemen.

(3)Armos vs Horsemen(3) S.O

(2)Horsemen vs Armos(5)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to J.Zafar of the Club Ecole Orient. After receiving a total of 39 shots in two games, J.Zafar was beaten only once enabling his club to capture a pair of wins over the SBS Trashers.

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Monday July 19

Classics adjust after wild finish with RCGT Knights

Just when it looked like the Classics were on there way to an easy win, the RCGT Knights came up with four straight goals to send this game into a shootout. The craziest part of it all occurred all in the last couple of minutes of play. The score was 5-5 and ended 7-7 before the Classics got their act together in the breakaways thanks to J.Bolanakis and M.Mavroudis getting it done. Even though the Classics took the opening game, many felt unpleased for how things transpired. They knew well enough that it should have never reached the finish line after dominating the first portion of the match. After another solid start, the same mistake would not be repeated . The Classics made sure to protect their lead and help out their goaltender P.Assadi, who had to battle a muggy environment . M.Mavroudis caused plenty of fits to E.Parent netting four goals while A.Zarzour, G.DeMarninis,J.Bolanakis M.Destounis proved to be a handful as well accumulating a bunch of points.

(9) Classics vs RCGT Knights(7) S.O

(2)RCGT Knights vs Classics(6)

Depleted 1 Timer stood no chance vs Punishers

Perhaps it was to be expected that the Punishers would prevail over the 1 Timer on Monday night. After all ,they had their main weapons while the 1 Timer were stuck playing without some key components. Add to the fact that this was an inert league game, the odds certainly favoured the Punishers. Things clicked into gear immediately for the Punishers. A.Dayan led the charge on a hat trick, P.Karvouriaris keeps scoring about two goals a game while A.Sarigiannis was behind setting up five goals. The 1 Timer were hoping to adjust in the second encounter by at least trying to keep it as close as possible. Unfortunately, another bad start led to the same outcome. This time, K.Kuczmarski took control netting back to back tallies before capping it off with a hat trick.

(1) 1 Timer vs Punishers(8)

(5)Punishers vs 1 Timer(0)

Degenerates solve Hart Foundation in many facets

The Degenerates, despite falling behind early on, felt that they had everybody going as the game went on. In all facets, the players contributed and the timely goals would eventually come in which they occurred in the second period when P.Delli Colli started to look a little more human for the Hart Foundation. The net minder was solid enabling his club to battle till the end. It actually took an empty net goal by M.Barone for the Degenerates to capture a close 4-3 win. Even though the score was close, the Degenerates felt they just needed a better start to dictate the second game so they can get a little more breathing room. That’s exactly what they did soaring out to a 3-1 lead after one period. Then, S.Marricco notched his second and the Hart Foundation felt deflated knowing they had a big hill to climb down by three. A.Desrosiers would eventually cap off the night posting his third goal in two games.

(4)Degenerates vs Hart Foundation(3)

(1)Hart Foundation vs Degenerates(6)

Orient eventually solve G.Barkley after being blanked 1-0

G.Barkley stopped 28 shots, P.Jacques scored a power play goal and the Bad Guys Inc held on to beat the Orient in the opener. The chances were there for the Orient but couldn’t get much going with their attack. It needed to wait until the fourth period of the night when it finally clicked. H.Awada put the Orient in front 2-1 early in that final frame with the help of his captain F.Nasser second assist. Then, and perhaps the most crucial point in the match happened when E.Harnois used a big shorthanded goal to widen the gap. There was no doubt that goal killed the Bad Guys inc after blowing a great opportunity. The Orient would add two empty net markers to exchange wins with a rival opponent.

(0)Orient vs Bad Guys Inc (1)

(1)Bad Guys Inc vs Orient(5)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to M.Mavroudis of the Classics. It wasn’t the most typical fashion to win a hockey game but M.Mavroudis was significant in the wild 9-7 finish. The forward was very productive, netting four goals before capping it off with a shootout marker.

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Tuesday July 13

Dek Boucherville keeps rising

(8)Dek Boucherville vs Dek St-Eustache/St-Jerome(1)

Dek Boucherville continues to highlight why they are an absolute juggernaut. They came out swinging-from the drop of the ball, and they landed blow after blow onto the jaw of their opponent. So devastating that the Dek St-Eustache knew they had little to no chance, especially by finding themselves in the penalty box a little to often. In their first four goals alone, the Dek Boucherville moved the carpet capitalizing four times with the man advantage. During that span, A.Fradette had already completed his hat trick while M-A Trudeau scored the other as part of a dominant four goal performance. The Dek S-Eustache realized right away you cant give a team like that an inch and expect to survive, but the damage had already been done early on which cemented an easy win for a side running on all cylinders. There only little bright moment came when C.Farmer beat M.Jobin for a rare time. Tonight’s lesson will remind teams to stay out of the penalty box against the Dek Boucherville, who potted six out of their eight goals on the power play.

Centre SportXpo get Monkey off their back, despite short bench

(3)Centre SportXpo vs Dek Lanaudiere(2)

The Centre SportXpo had been in the grind-from the start of the season and wanted nothing more than to finally get into the win column. And although it didn’t help playing with a shortened bench, the troops bought into a system and were eventually rewarded in what was a tough battle with the Dek Lanaudiere. Its safe to say they took advantage of one key area of the game which was the power play. All three goals came with the man advantage for the CentreSportXpo, with scoring efforts-from three different players. Perhaps the key marker came when M.St-Cyr snapped a second period 1-1 tie. The voice level for T.Iannitto was noticeably raised-from that point on, and the teams effort level raised knowing what was at stake trying to avoid another loss. Some breathing room did occur when P.Chery widened the gap by two. The captain M.Fortier did have the last say for Dek Lanaudiere, but time just wasted there for the comeback. The Centre SportXpo slipped-from the start of the season and look to get back on track. Maybe a character win as such will turn the tides for a club in search of answers.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Antoine Fradette of Dek Boucherville. Just an incredible start for a player that’s able to bury three power play goals in a very short period of time.

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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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The 2021 Mens A, Womens A, and Masters Mens (39+) National Championships will be hosted by the Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA) and the Wild Rose Ball Hockey Association in Calgary, AB August 9-14, 2021. Please NOTE that teams need to be prepared to start at 8am on Monday, August 9th. Please plan to arrive Sunday August 8th so you are ready to play. Based on the number of teams in each division of play. Your division may start play later in the week. Once we know the final number of teams we will confirm with each division what day they will start VENUE'S Huntington Hills Arena 520 78 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2K 0S2 ...
Hockey Balle Quebec et Dek Elite annoncent la date de debut de la saison estivale 2021. La saison debutera mardi, le 22 juin. DEK ELITE FINAL SCHEDULE SUMMER 2021.jpg (200 KB) La pandemie de Covid-19 nous a peut-etre fait attendre longtemps, mais le 22 juin, 20h a Saint-Jerome, le match inaugural se jouera entre SportXpo de Laval et Dek Boucherville. Les 5 centres, avec leurs equipes respectives, joueront un calendrier de 8 matchs raccourci plus les series eliminatoires au cours de l'ete. Tous les matchs prendront place dans la grande region de Montreal. Nous nous attendons‚ a des rencontres d'hockey-balle des plus excitantes avec certains des meilleurs joueurs qui en feront parti. Apres la longue attente, les joueurs sont anxieux et prets a jouer. Jouons au hockey-balle. Ont commente les proprietaires des 5 centres affilies. Tous les centres accueilleront des partisants dans leur etablissement, ou de la nourriture et des boissons seront servies. Assurez-vous de nous suivre @HBQuebec sur Facebook, Twitter et Instagram pour rester au courant de toutes les dernieres nouvelles et informations a mesure que nous nous rapprochons de la mise au jeu du match inaugural. ...
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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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Dek Elite

Tuesday July 13

Dek Boucherville keeps rising

(8)Dek Boucherville vs Dek St-Eustache/St-Jerome(1)

Dek Boucherville continues to highlight why they are an absolute juggernaut. They came out swinging-from the drop of the ball, and they landed blow after blow onto the jaw of their opponent. So devastating that the Dek St-Eustache knew they had little to no chance, especially by finding themselves in the penalty box a little to often. In their first four goals alone, the Dek Boucherville moved the carpet capitalizing four times with the man advantage. During that span, A.Fradette had already completed his hat trick while M-A Trudeau scored the other as part of a dominant four goal performance. The Dek S-Eustache realized right away you cant give a team like that an inch and expect to survive, but the damage had already been done early on which cemented an easy win for a side running on all cylinders. There only little bright moment came when C.Farmer beat M.Jobin for a rare time. Tonight’s lesson will remind teams to stay out of the penalty box against the Dek Boucherville, who potted six out of their eight goals on the power play.

Centre SportXpo get Monkey off their back, despite short bench

(3)Centre SportXpo vs Dek Lanaudiere(2)

The Centre SportXpo had been in the grind-from the start of the season and wanted nothing more than to finally get into the win column. And although it didn’t help playing with a shortened bench, the troops bought into a system and were eventually rewarded in what was a tough battle with the Dek Lanaudiere. Its safe to say they took advantage of one key area of the game which was the power play. All three goals came with the man advantage for the CentreSportXpo, with scoring efforts-from three different players. Perhaps the key marker came when M.St-Cyr snapped a second period 1-1 tie. The voice level for T.Iannitto was noticeably raised-from that point on, and the teams effort level raised knowing what was at stake trying to avoid another loss. Some breathing room did occur when P.Chery widened the gap by two. The captain M.Fortier did have the last say for Dek Lanaudiere, but time just wasted there for the comeback. The Centre SportXpo slipped-from the start of the season and look to get back on track. Maybe a character win as such will turn the tides for a club in search of answers.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Antoine Fradette of Dek Boucherville. Just an incredible start for a player that’s able to bury three power play goals in a very short period of time.

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2021 Mens A, Womens A, Masters Mens (39+) National Championships
The 2021 Mens A, Womens A, and Masters Mens (39+) National Championships will be hosted by the Canadian Ball Hockey Association (CBHA) and the Wild Rose Ball Hockey Association in Calgary, AB August 9-14, 2021. Please NOTE that teams need to be prepared to start at 8am on Monday, August 9th. Please plan to arrive Sunday August 8th so you are ready to play. Based on the number of teams in each division of play. Your division may start play later in the week. Once we know the final number of teams we will confirm with each division what day they will start VENUE'S Huntington Hills Arena 520 78 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2K 0S2 ...
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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