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Wednesday December 22 (D final)

L.Panetta scores late tie breaker, Armadillos even up their series with Punishers

(3)Punishers vs Armadillos(5) Game 2

L.Panetta was at the right place at the right time for the Armadillos. Panetta scored the tie breaking goal late in the third period and the Armadillos beat the Punishers to even the series at one game apiece. It was clear that every single player came to play for the Armadillos. From-the drop of the ball, they fore checked, they went to the net, they played hard in their own end and got big saves-from C.Stavriadis. Both sides played even through two periods leaving only the final frame for someone to crack. That’s were L.Pantetta came up clutch netting his first of two to cap off a 5-3 decision. G.Bouchard played a huge offensive role as well scoring twice in the second period. Even though the Armadillos knew what their primary game plan was, P.Karvouriaris and C.Gingras still got their way participating in all three goals. But, it’s the end result that counts and the Armadillos are glad to have forced a third and deciding game.

L.Pantetta strikes early, C.Stavriadis earns shutout, Armadillos champions of D Wednesday/Thursday division

(1)Armadillos vs Punishers(0) Game 3

Thanks to C.Stavriadis and another stellar defensive performance, the Armadillos reached the finish line first to claim the D Wednesday/Thursday division championship. Again, L.Panetta came through notching the games lone goal, giving C.Stavriadis all the offensive support needed to cap off the series. After they got that early tally, the Armadillos just kept pushing while putting their bodies on the line blocking shots. It was a text book game three final for a team that put it all on the line. This time, they managed to contain the Punishers lethal weapons allowing only five shots in fifteen minutes. By playing relentless defense, the opportunities were limited for the Punishers. The importance of that first goal paid dividends, especially in this type of series where both teams can shut you down. There was a reason why the Armadillos finished on top of this division with so many competitive opponents. They solidified their status as the best team of the division winning it in the regular season and more important in the post season. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to John Kontitsis and the Armadillos for winning the D division.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Luca Panetta of the Armadillos. What more can you ask-from a player that gets you two consecutive clutch goals at the most important stage of the game.

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Wednesday December 22 (Masters 35+ final)

D.Massa behind 4-0 victory in Game 1

National opened the final with a brilliant 4-0 victory over the Armos. O.Valiquette opened the scoring while doubling the lead on a power play marker. Prior to National’s second goal, the Armos missed out on a golden opportunity when awarded a 5-3 power play. Instead, they found themselves in the box shortly after, and National made sure to not waste their chance. That tally came very late in the second period giving National a decent advance heading into the final stretch. With the next goal so crucial, M-A Simard was able to provide it for National, who surely knew by then that game one was in the bag. It wasn’t like the Armos didn’t have their fair share of chances. They hit two posts, but more importantly, a net minder that never flinched. D.Massa was again spectacular stopping every shot he faced that included some grade a scoring chances. You always want to get off on the right foot when entering a series. Since game one went to National, the Armos would be the ones faced with all the pressure knowing they have to win two in a row.

M.Pinheiro seizes the moment, nets OT winner to claim Masters 35+ championship

(2)Armos vs National(3) Game 2

The Armos knew they got close. They were able to see the mountain top, but couldn’t get there. They got their break with S.Marricco striking for a second time late in the game to force the overtime. By that point, its pretty much up for grabs. It took barely two minutes into the sudden death frame however for M.Pinheiro to seize the moment. The Captain placed him self at a perfect spot receiving an easy pass -from C.Dagenais resulting in a tap in goal. National had another great start in game two scoring twice in the opening frame. Till that point, the Armos have yet to find the back of the net in this series. The frustrations carried through until the early stages of the second period where S.Marricco finally broke the spell. Sometimes, it takes that one tally to loosen up your bench a little, something the Armos were longing for despite getting enough decent scoring chances. Eventually, they evened the score late in the game which put them in a great position to tie the series. Unfortunately, with overtime usually going either way, the Armos couldn’t catch their break. Instead, M.Pinheiro was there to decide matters capping off an impressive playoff run. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Marc Pinheiro and National for winning the Masters 35+ division.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Marc Pinheiro of National. It can be easily argued that the captain posted his clubs biggest goal of the season. You never want to take your chances in a fifteen minute mini game where anything can happen. National avoided that situation thanks to Pinheiro’s positioning and reflex to bury the winner.

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Monday December 20 (Open division Final)

G.Barrera’s shootout goal caps crazy finish, Golden Knights champs of the 4vs4 open division

The Golden Knights were simply relieved. Even though they led the series 1-0, the second game suggested a third and deciding match was to be followed with the Orient carrying a 2-0 lead with less than two minutes remaining. And rather than sulking or quitting, the Golden Knights rallied for an improbable shootout win. The series was like a movie with the amount of drama along with twists and turns, but in the end it was a great finish for the Golden Knights. Throughout their entire regular season and playoff, the Golden Knights never dropped a game. Tonight was perhaps as close as it got for the Orient to end their run if not for some bad luck and unfortunate timing.  As the shootout rounds kept passing, both captains had to face some tough choices on who to send out there. For the Golden Knights, G.Barrera took it upon himself to take a shot at it. That decision paid off as the captain used a brilliant move to slide the ball right under E.Paradis-Levasseur. This contest was decided after seven shootout rounds with the goaltenders having their ups and downs. The first three attempts saw both sides score each time while the following three attempts had the players snake bitten unable to solve the net minders. It was by the seventh round that this series came to a close thanks to Barrera. The Golden Knights will remember this season for their impressive unbeaten record illustrating their skill level and toughness that got them to this point. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Gary Barrera and the Golden Knights for winning the 4vs4 open division.

(4)Golden Knights vs Orient(2) Game 1

(5)Orient vs Golden Knights(6) S.O Game 2

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Gary Barrera of the Golden Knights. As a captain, you carry all the responsibilities on your shoulders. Stuck with some tough decisions, G.Barrera made plenty of right ones throughout the series including perhaps its finest moment when he scored his clubs last goal to decide the championship.

(Division 2) 4 vs 5

Mighty Cucks offense dries up at wrong time, Hungry Hippos pull through

The Hungry Hippos took on the Mighty Cucks for the right to play the Degenerates in the semi final that would take place only an hour after this contest. It was understood  that this series was going to played out till the very end. It. They met not long ago with the Mighty Cucks needing both shootouts to edge out the Hungry Hippos. Basically, a coin toss situation. Game one was nothing short of a similar confrontation with both sides going into another shootout. This time however, the Hungry Hippos flipped the table thanks to goals by A.Daghlian and B.Pereira while A.Zandarian won the goaltending battle denying two of three attempts. The Hungry Hippos would feed off their strong finish heading into game two jumping out in front early courtesy of J.Discepola’s power play goal. As expected, it was another tight checking game with so much on the line. The problem however was that the Mighty Cucks couldn’t get much going up front. In part, the Hungry Hippos didn’t give a whole lot, and A.Zandarian was having an incredible night stopping everything his way. The net minder stole the show once more riding a perfect sheet which enabled his club to pull through. A.Pederian would eventually feed an empty cage securing a low scoring affair. This win came at a cost however. Due to some banged up players, the Hungry Hippos decided to call it quits and forfeit their match up with the Degenerates.

(2)Mighty Cucks vs Hungry Hippos(3) S.O Game 1

(2)Hungry Hippos vs Mighty Cucks(0) Game 2

Semi final

Dragons endure nightmare finish to Assadi Classics

For nearly two entire games, the Dragons looked fast and full of skill as it looked like they could do no wrong. They had an easy opening game that ended by a landslide, and continued to take command in the ensuing match finding themselves up 5-3 at one point with less than two minutes remaining. Any betting person would have concluded an easy sweep for how the series transpired till that point. B.Daniele was a force netting back to back hat tricks while S.Morante was steady in net making all the necessary saves. Then, the genie came out of the bottle and the unthinkable happened. Already with a goal early in the second period, M.Croteau went into beast mode bagging two quick tallies that evened the score. Out of nowhere, the Assadi Classics were actually in this series. And rather than the clock bleeding out in its final moment, M.Destounis added to the Dragons misery by snapping a 5-5 tie. Talk about a turn of events. Granted, there was still another game to be played, but hockey can sometimes take a psychological effect on you. That ending played into the Dragons minds heading into game three. They were no where close to how they performed for two straight games. Clearly, momentum had everything to do with it. The Assadi Classics were the ones dictating the pace in game three keeping the ball for longer periods of time which eventually led to their breaks. M.Mavroudis, as he’s often done in the past, will get you that big goal. The power forward snapped a late 1-1 tie which was shortly followed by J.Pantelis’s empty net marker. Looking back at all this, the Dragons may have lacked that killer instinct to close out the series. You can never get to complacent or let up just a little as it can sometimes come back to hurt you. Unfortunately for the Dragons, they learned it the hard way.

(7)Dragons vs Assadi Classics(2) Game 1

(6)Assadi Classics vs Dragons(5)Game 2

(1)Dragons vs Assadi Classics(3) Game 3

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Martin Croteau of the Assadi Classics. The Assadi Classics were ready to pack it up for how their night was going, that was until M.Croteau took the bull by the horns bagging two incredible timely goals. The solid d-man was an absolute force notching a hat trick along with a pair of assists while making many big defensive plays.

The second division is now down to its final two teams. The Degenerates will take on the Assadi Classics in what will be a difficult challenge for the two sides. The Degenerates need to use their quickness and speed so they can hold on to the ball while identifying the threats-from their opponent. Since both teams know each other extremely well, a solid game plan may decide the fate of this series.

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Thursday December 16 (E division final)

Team work, resilience delivers results for Brew Crew

(7)Brew Crew vs Horsemen(1) Game 1

It was a victory that had all the Brew Crew’s players finger prints in the final result. Their collective effort began with C.Muccino stopping the ball 20 times along with scoring efforts-from seven different players. The Horsemen knew a bad start wasn’t the way to go against a stingy hockey team. You never want to fall 3-0 after one period, especially against the Brew Crew. With the damage already done early on, the Horsemen attempted to get at least one by Muccino, who didn’t concede his lone tally till S.Giannakis beat him in the third period. It looked like the Brew Crew rose to the occasion as soon as the ball dropped. For the Horsemen, the mind set needs to be a reset heading into game two. Even though the Brew Crew will be difficult to challenge, this series can shift if the Horseman find a way to get a better start. Scoring that first goal will be crucial if the Horsemen plan on extending their series.

D.Verta snaps late tie, Brew Crew celebrate E division title

(3)Horsemen vs Brew Crew(4) Game 2

This time, the Horsemen worked harder, competed harder but just couldn’t beat the Brew Crew on this particular night. It was only fitting that the Brew Crew took it in the end. Good teams often find ways to win. The Brew crew overcame a deficit while getting a timely goal by D.Verta with just over three minutes left in the game. The Horsemen ignited their power play with tallies by A.Lepore and M.Kardum as they struggled to generate much on even strength. Throughout the entire season, the Brew Crew made the case for being the most consistent team. That message carried on when the games started to count even more as they easily ran over the RCGT Knights before handing the Horsemen two straight losses. Apart-from their final game, the rest of their playoff run was a cake walk. In the end, the deserving team prevailed reaching their ultimate goal. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Chris Palermo and the rest of the Brew Crew for capturing the E division title.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Carmen Muccino of the Brew Crew. While many are deserving of the honour of player of the night, your goaltender always plays a major role. Muccino  was ready , focused and extremely sharp enabling his club to play with the confidence required in order to get the job done.

(D division final)

P.Karvouriaris, C.Gingras one two punch startle Armadillos in game 1

(2)Armadillos vs Punishers(5) Game 1

Its always huge to get that first game under your belt. The Punishers are now ahead in this series and will look to close out a very good opponent. In order to do so, they’ll need for their usual suspects to deliver the goods. In tonight’s case, P.Karvouriaris and C.Gingras provided most of the offense as both players combined for eight points. Karvouriaris participated in all five goals that included a hat trick. Like natural snipers often do, he is able to find himself at the right spot in the slot area giving little chance to C.Stavriadis to react. The Armadillos let him get too many free looks and paid the price for it. With game one over and done with, the Armadillos will have a few days to reflect and figure out what to do in order to force a third and deciding game. One things for sure, they have to neutralise the Punishers top guns. And although that’s easier said than done, the Armadillos do have the right players in order to slow down the threat. It will come down to how they execute their game plan to try and contain Gingras and Karvouriaris.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Peter Karvouriaris of the Punishers. Absolutely dynamite, the Punishers sniper bagged a hat trick along with a pair of helpers in a 5-2 decision over the Armadillos.

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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 Fall 2021
Other News
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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Le Rinque crowned provincial winners

Saturday September 25

Le Rinque crowned provincial champions

(6)Le Rinque vs dek Boucherville(4) (Final)

The stage was finally set for some of ball hockey’s finest talent to compete at its highest level in what turned out to be a wonderful afternoon . After Le Rinque edged out the Dek Lanaudiere by a slight 3-2 margin in the semi final round, Dek Boucherville was left standing in the way for the ultimate feat. Prior to the regular season and their playoff run, Le Rinque entered as the heavy favourites, and instead of folding under the weight of their own greatness, Le Rinque did exactly what was expected of them: They won the Dek Elite division. The players hailed the atmosphere in the establishment giving them that little extra adrenaline during the warm up that helped get them into the game. Once the ball dropped, Le Rinque managed to swat aside their opponent, their bugbear throughout the regular season but not in the final where Le Rinque were dominant for most of the match. Le Rinque’s depth and class proved to be too much in the end. Though Dek Boucherville made things difficult, Le Rinque were able to play around the Dek Boucherville controlling most of the play which resulted in a glorious finish. Many different players took turns finding the back of the net, an attribute that didn’t involve relying on any particular players, but that of an overall solid performance. Le Rinque have always been extremely good for a few years now reaching plenty of finish lines making tonight’s contest just another day at the office for Dahn Nguyen and his players.  In the end, the better team turned it up like a silver bullet proving once more that they are the real deal. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Dahn Ngyuen of Le Rinque for capturing the Dek Elite championship, and to Jocelyn Decarie of the Dek Boucherville, who took charge running a highly skilled team.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Karl Leveille of Le Rinque. Leveille was a force throughout the season, and especially when it mattered the most during the big game.

With this victory, Le Rinque will be the top seed representing Quebec at the 2022 Nationals held in Hamilton Ontario. The CBHA and TC were present to select players for camp in October for next years(2022) World Championships held in Laval.

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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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