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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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Wednesday July 23
(6)Venom vs Dream Team(8)
Each side took their chances in the third period but it was the Dream Team winning the frame out scoring Venom 5-3.The Dream Team can attribute this result to Y.St-Georges as the forward went on a scoring rampage from start to finish netting four goals along with an assist. Venom did put up a good fight, got a pair of tallies from A.Jalilvand only to come short versus a team presently in first place of the F1 division.
(1)Zone Grise vs Punishers(6)
Three second period unanswered goals was plenty for the Punishers as they rout Zone Grise 6-1.The only thing left for the Punishers at that point on was to help get S.Rainville a shutout and despite having a solid performance in nets, the net minder did finally allow a late goal from M.Padula. The player of the game however was P.Karvouriaris who nearly participated in all six goals finishing with five points. T.Karvouriaris had a pair of third period markers and C.Stamdianos had a decent game with four points.
(6)Venom vs Royals(7) O.T
With a chance to bounce back after dropping their earlier contest versus the Dream Team, Venom fell for a second straight time .They did however have the unfortunate luxury of playing two top teams of their respective divisions and despite losing both games, they know it could have gone either way. The Royals did an excellent job working their special teams scoring three times with the man advantage while netting a short handed tally as well. B.Bohemier had a huge impact netting a hat trick along with an assist while V.Parise was dominant participating in five goals for the Royals. Venom also tallied three times on their power play and saw N.Faria fair well with four points.
(10)TANK vs Primetime(3)
It’s a team who loves to score plenty of goals and after a slow start to the first half of the game, Tank kept piling goal after goal. Half of those tallies came from S.Lefebvre alone and two were courtesy of M.Gagnon while N.Gilbert, B.Deslauriers and S.Caissy all finished with four points each. Primetime did own the opening frame 2-1 thanks to pair of tallies from A.Petrucco but it was all down hill from that point on.
(0)Tyrants vs Horsemen(9)
The Horsemen did everything right to take an easy contest versus the Tyrants. It all started from their captain who consistently gets involved. P.Sidhom scored in every frame to finish with four goals while A.Macrozonaris riffled a pair to defeat the defenceless net minder. The Tyrants did attempt 23 shots towards M.Vinciguerre but weren’t able to solve him.
(2)Average Joes vs Hellfish(3)
It didn’t take J.Roblin to respond right after M.Gibson evened the score early in the third period for the Average Joes. That tally held up for over eleven minutes enabling the Hellfish to capture a very close victory. J.Kang took care of his cage and earned the win allowing only two tallies from T.Ferreira and M.Gibson. The Hellfish got their other goals from D.Ugaldez and W.Mendoza.
(3)McGuires Monsters vs ITT(4)
Sometimes a short bench does work as ITT pulls it off with only eight players. It always helps when you can grab a three goal lead after two periods which they needed as the McGuires Monsters nearly came back to force extra time. N.Goncalves helped set up A.Jalilvand twice and was also able to net the game winning tally for his club.
(10)The Tropics vs Rink Rats(0)
The Tropics tallied at least three times in every frame to hand the Rink Rats a 10-0 loss. V.Crivello and C.Donofrio had two goals each, M-V Ventura set up three teammates and J.DeLuca was flawless in nets after facing 20 shots. C.Donofrio saw both his goals come on the power play and in a short handed situation.

The Boston Pizza player of the night for the F1 division goes to Peter Sidhom of the Horsemen. The Horsemen captain made plenty happen striking four times along with an assist helping his club defeat the Tyrants 9-0.As for the F2 side, Benjamin Bohemier gets the honour after completing his hat trick in overtime to help lift the Royals over Venom.

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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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Tuesday July 22
(3)Smackdaddys vs Bramabulls(5)
With only one thing in mind, the Bramabulls played to win in hopes of securing top seed of the division .Whenever you have the luxury of players like M.Testolina and M.Argiris in your line up, good things will tend to happen. M.Testolina had a stellar performance burying four out of his clubs five goals and did it with the help of his line mate M.Argiris who also had a four point game.
(4)Dark Warriors vs Kryptonite(1)
Once the ball got rolling, the Dark Warriors capitalised on their chances ousting Kryptonite with a 4-1 victory. Most of their goals came by the third period where E.Mavroudis, N.Kokovidis and P.Heroux all scored to help capture the win. After nearly 40 minutes of play, P.Turturici saw his shutout spoiled courtesy of R.Campopiano’s late tally.
(2)Slayers vs Bramabulls(4)
The Bramabulls will skip round one and get a direct pass to the semi finals after doubling up on the Slayers. It did however take a hard third period effort for the Bramabulls to get going and once they did, three different players struck to beat E.Morris. R.Richard netted the winner, followed with an insurance marker from M.Cerone and G.Follano did his part in nets limiting a good offence to only two goals.
(4)Hellas vs Hellenic Republic of Parc-Ex(3) S.O
In just a short period of time, L.Hondronicolas brought his game to a complete other level. Down 3-0 with less than half of the third period remaining, the Hellas captain was absolutely brilliant notching three quick goals to force extra time. If that wasn’t impressive enough, L.Hondronicolas mounted his club to victory as the only successful shooter in the shootout. The Hellenic Rep know they let this one slip away and will look to bounce back in next weeks battle in hopes of carrying good things heading into the playoffs.
(2)Slayers vs Spartans(3)
It’s always a difficult task taking on the Spartans, especially having played only an hour earlier. The Slayers nearly brought this contest into overtime until P.Arkalis cashed in with just under three minutes remaining in the game. Evenly matched, each side traded goals in both the first and second frames before the late tally occurred. Games this close requires solid net minding and C.Stavriadis lived up to expectations allowing only two tallies from a very good hockey team.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to the Hellas captain. Louie Hondronicolas did something remarkable netting three straight goals late in the game along with the shootout winner to stun the Hellenic Republic of Parc-Ex 4-3.

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Monday July 21
(5)Team Finland vs Blazers(4) O.T
A.Deluca once more led the offence to help Team Finland defeat the Blazers in overtime. After getting his club on the board first, A.DeLuca set up two teammates while capping off the contest with the sudden death winner. A.Raimondo also scored twice, M.Gaze got the other tally for the win while the Blazers got their best efforts from their captain S.Caissy who finished his game with three points.
(4)Blazotron vs Kingfish(3) O.T
With plenty on the line for both sides, the Blazotron were able to clinch a playoff spot while the Kingfish will be looking from the side lines. The Kingfish rebounded in the third period netting two unanswered goals to force overtime only to have things fall apart by the three minute mark where M.Prud’homme struck for the Blazotron. Leading to that point, C.Garneau-Pilon converted on two occasions while J.Barrette did the same for the Kingfish.
(7)Team Finland vs TractionT/W(5) S.O
In what may possibly be a preview for the finals, went the ultimate distance as Team Finland takes it in the shootout. Being able to find the net on three occasions for a his hat trick, A.Mezzagno didn’t stop there as the right hander found a way to score in the shootout as well to help lift his club to a perfect double header night. M.Gaze, always a threat had a three point game for Team Finland while Sebastien Courcelles was a dominant figure for Traction accumulating five points that included a hat trick.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Anthony Mezzagno of Team Finland. The crafty forward caused havoc scoring three times along with the shootout winner to defeat Traction T/W.

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Monday July 21
(10)Smooth Sailors vs Brew Jackets(9)
Far from being your typical hockey game ends up as a goaltenders nightmare. After combing for a total of 19 goals, the Smooth Sailors had the final word as they just got by the Brew Jackets. It was the captain of the Smooth Sailors R.Fasano with the most tallies for the hat trick while J.Palmitano, S.Liparota and P.Charbonneau all had two goals a piece. As for the Brew Jackets, M-A.Martel did all he possibly could scoring on three occasions for a five point night.
(6)Team Slovakia vs Raging Rhinos(3)
There was no stopping Team Slovakia’s captain as C.Campeau whaled away with two goals and three assists. The Raging Rhinos had the opportunity to take advantage of a very short bench but failed to contain the more determined squad. Team Slovakia used an early 2-0 lead to their advantage and played their opponents just right to capture the win for a first place tie with the Smooth Sailors.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Christian Campeau. Team Slovakia’s captain put his club up 2-0 notching both goals just before the six minute mark of the opening frame before finishing with five points.

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Sunday July 20
(8)H.C Mutts vs Bijoux(2)
Anytime two teams are battling for first place, the result tends to be close but not in this case as the H.C Mutts showed that they mean serious business. M.Maggiore continues scoring by striking three times for a hat trick and B.Sansotta made sure to put a seal to the game when he capped of the night with two late tallies. Bijoux did have D.Dias notch both goals as the only player to figure out J.Capaldo.
(5)Spitfires vs Les Bakaloo(4)
As expected, a close result was going to decide the outcome of this battle. Each side sit in the middle of the pack and with only one goal deciding the winner, the Spitfires got the slight edge over their opponents. G.Jerjian was vital for the win scoring twice in the opening frame and A.Tahejian contributed as well by feeding two different teammates. Les Bakaloo saw four different goal scorers find the back of the net but their captain M-A Gravel did have the most points finishing with one goal and two helpers.
(3)Red Nose vs 1 Timer(2)
Despite losing for a second straight week, the 1 Timer aren't too rattled after challenging a dangerous hockey team. If he's not putting up a bunch of points, N.Delia will find a way to get involved as the sniper scored once with the most important tally of the contest. His brother G.Delia set up two out of his clubs three goals and J-P Gagnon was good enough in nets allowing only two tallies.
(4)Screeching Eagles vs French Kiss Mafia(5)
The French Kiss Mafia scored once short handed and twice on the power play to defeat the Screeching Eagles 5-4 on Sunday night. P.Koutsogiannopoulos posted his second of the game playing with a man down to even the score at three goals a piece and M.Revelakis cashed in twice as well that included the game winning tally. The Screeching Eagles did have the better start to the match building a 3-2 first period lead and saw one of their better players in D.Ruiz deliver with a total of four points.
(7)Jokers vs The Bulls(2)
From start to finish, C.Pare took the bulls by their horns. With goals in every period the number 77 finished with an impressive four goal game. Despite the loss, the Bulls weren't too happy allowing two short handed tallies. M.Gagnon got credited the game winner and S.Caissy had solid game scoring once while adding two helpers.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Michael Maggiore. The H.C Mutts player has been riding a hot hand and tonight was just proof of it as he riffled four out of his clubs eight goals to defeat Bijoux.

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Thursday July 17
(6)Dragons vs Wocafloka(4)
The Dragons are showing that they can surprise anyone on any given night. After a good start to the game, the Dragons continued on and finished very strong with three third period markers to defeat Wocafloka. G.DeMarinis had a multi goal game and S.Koulieris tallied late in the third period for the game winning goal. As for Wocafloka, L.Bourgaunt finished off strong netting two third period tallies.
(3)Armada vs Le Royal(9)
Le Royal just showed most people when they are a full line up, what a dangerous squad they can be. It’s not easy scoring plenty versus Armada but tonight they struggled allowing too many goals over the course of the game. S.Lajeunesse took charge riffling a hat trick and M.DoCouto along with M-A Martineau played a significant role as well by setting up four markers each.
(5)Bramabulls vs Les Bananes(3)
A deep bench came to the rescue for A.DiPerna and the Bramabulls as they rallied with four third period goals to take the contest. That momentum began when P.Rivera tallied early in the third frame followed with three late goals that included M.Argiris’s second of the night. Les Bananes started off better and were clearly the better of both sides building a 3-0 lead, especially with the help of  K.Arsenault who participated in all three goals until things fell apart.
(1)Park Avenue vs Le Royal(4)
F.Anderson caps off a perfect double header night for Le Royal. Despite playing an hour earlier, Le Royal found their legs in the final frame bagging three unanswered goals. F.Anderson tallied twice extending the lead by two and eventually by three just moments later. M.Gagnon just finished playing his second game in three hours and the net minder did a fine job allowing only a total of four goals.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Matthew DoCouto of Le Royal. The lanky defenseman controlled the back end and was a big reason why Le Royal jumped to a great start to their game.

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Thursday July 17
(6)Mighty Ducks vs French Connection(7)
With the game going back and forth, a late third period tally by P.Hargreaves stood to be the difference. After opening up the scoring barely two minutes into the match, P.Hargreaves had a big third period setting up N.Viau before adding the game winner. The Mighty Ducks battled hard and fought back to get into the match in large part due to their captain M.Blackman who was able to score twice while feeding J.Blunt on two occasions.
(3)Werewolves vs Stingers(2)
It took just over two periods for the Werewolves to get on board, and once they did, three different players struck to take the match versus the Stingers. The biggest tally came with just over two minutes remaining when M.Minkiewicz came down the court with a tricky wrist shot to beat D.Melo. The Stingers played a solid defensive game, and maybe even deserved a better fate but P.Turturici stood his ground to help lead his club to victory.
(3)Armored Saints vs Blue Devils(8)
The Blue Devils are very capable of scoring often, and when it’s done versus a team like the Armored Saints, it just goes to show how potent their offence is. E.Girouard, R.Eckel and S.Robineault all had two goals each which wasn’t a surprise at all and M.Dagenais did a fine job between the pipes for the large part allowing three goals that included two from S.D’Agata.
(2)Les Boys vs Assurance Evolution(4)
P.Jarry was generous enough to help make three goals happen and L-P Ferland converted on two occasions for L’Assurance Evolution as they doubled up Les Boys 4-2.L’Assurance Evolution changed the direction of the game early in the second frame where they put together two quick goals in the span of less than two minutes. Les Boys fired over 30 orange balls towards S.Borysiewicz but solved him only twice thanks to efforts from W.Hindley and Simon Giguere.
(2)Carnage vs Renceur(6)
As the game went on, Renceur only got better handing Carnage a 6-2 loss. N.Gilbert had both his goals come on the power play while his teammate B.Deslauriers had one more for a hat trick cashing in every period. Renceur built their momentum by the third frame putting the game to rest with three unanswered goals.

The Boston Pizza player of the night for the E1 division goes to Patrick Hargreaves of the French Connection. In a 7-6 win over the Mighty Ducks, the number 19 not only opened the scoring but was able to bag the winner with only two minutes left in the game. As for the E2 division, Brian Deslauriers of Renceur did what he usually does best and that’s score plenty of goals. The sniper notched tallies in every frame to complete his hat trick versus Carnage.

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Wednesday July 16(Dek Hockey Longueuil vs Hockeyballe.com)
(3)Road Runners vs Generals(2) S.O
The Generals fail to fight off one more period as the Road Runners rally to take the match. Down by two, the Road Runners raised their game and got goals from M.Dube and G.Gelinas to force the match into extra time. After a scoreless overtime period, the same player who evened the score decided the out come as well as G.Gelinas was the lone shoot out scorer for both sides.
(1)Punishers vs Red Lite(4)
While the Punishers hoped to defeat a team like Red Lite, the nine time national champions simply wouldn’t allow it. Y.Labonte, Mathieu Duguay and S.Ghilarducci all scored to make the score 3-0 before F.Lanctot finally got to M.Moisseron by the mid way point of the third period. N.Vargas-Dias regained a three goal cushion moments later capping off what was a well earned win.
(3)Les Gouverneurs vs Royal Flush(6)
Better prepared, the Royal Flush built a 3-0 first period lead while eventually doubling up their opponents 6-3.G.Barrera was heavily responsible for that surge of first period offence as the skilled forward was able to set up three different teammates. Each side eventually traded a second period tally and two third period markers that saw P.Daoust bag his second for Les Gouverneurs.
(3)Les Bandits de la Rive Sud vs Black Knights(4)
J.Mandracchia had two goals and one assist as the Black Knights down Les Bandits 4-3 to end off the night. The young talent went to work in both the first and third periods where he accumulated his three points that included a feed on M.Lastoria’s third period tally. The Black Knights had the better start jumping off to a 2-0 first period lead before dropping the second frame by one and eventually exchanging a pair of third period markers to take the match.

The Boston Pizza player of the night goes to Jonathan Mandracchia of the Black Knights. Out of his clubs four goals, Jonathan Mandracchia had a three point night that included the winner to defeat Les Bandits de la Rive Sud.

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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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Junior Team Canada.... We are LIVE in 3-2-1

World Junior host announces live stream of games for the world to watch

Canada get ready, we are just days away from the 2014 Junior World Ball Hockey Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia. As this has taken months to prepare starting with the selection of our 66 players that will represent Canada in the U16, U18 and U20 Divisions back in August2013 – the players, staff and all of Canada are ready to take on the world.

The Championships run from Tuesday, June 23rd to "Medal Sunday", June 30th. The first Canadian games will be our U16 taking on Switzerland at 8:00am, U20 Canada against Slovakia at 10:00am and our U18 Squad up against United Kingdom at 2:00pm. As well the Opening Ceremonies will take place at 6:00pm the same day. An action packed start to the tournament for our Canadian boys. All times noted are Central European Time.

As we have many families traveling to Slovakia to cheer our teams on in the stands, all our Canadian families, fans and specatators new to ball hockey can cheer on the teams right from your computer!

All games through the championship are listed and will be streamed live at: www.playo.tv/default.aspx (just click on the "Street Hockey" tab for the list of all the games and watch them live for free or type in this URL to take you right to the category: www.playo.tv/kategorie.aspx?katID=5&cp=0

Thank you Canada for all your support with our CBHA Junior Team Canada program and we look forward to bringing home the gold and sharing it with this great country.

 

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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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