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The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is pleased to announce the players and staff representing Mens Team Canada at the 2019 World Ball Hockey Championships...

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is very pleased to announce the roster of Men's Team Canada along with the Team Staff for the 2019 ISBHF World Championship in Kosice, Slovakia.

General Manager Daniel Medeiros states "We were looking across Canada for the right blend of skill, talent, work ethic, speed, size and chemistry that is going to get us back to the top of the ball hockey world, and we believe we have found just that."

Team Canada is also announcing the names of the Team Staff who bring a wealth of professional experience to take care of the squad in Kosice.

Goaltenders:
Adam Butler - Cloverdale, British Columbia
Dave Yarham - Edmonton, Alberta

Defensemen:
Joel Andresen - St. Albert, Alberta
Dylan Churchwell - Langley, British Columbia
Jordan Crocker - Brampton, Ontario
Cody Donaghey - St. John's, Newfoundland
Bill Marshall - Calgary, Alberta
Patrick O'Keefe - Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Brian Szolga - Niagara Falls, Ontario
Calin Wild - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Forwards:
Landen Burkley - Edmonton, Alberta
Iain Downes - Thorold, Ontario
Jordan Escott - St. John's, Newfoundland
Shawn Hannon - Ajax, Ontario
Scott Holben - Edmonton, Alberta
Dustin Kelly - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Remi Laurencelle - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Justin Maiolino - Loretto, Ontario
Danick Martel - Drummondville, Quebec
Connor Navrot - Martensville, Saskatchewan
Zach O'Brien - St. John's, Newfoundland
Gianluca Pallotta - Beeton, Ontario
Marcus Power - St. John's, Newfoundland
Kevin Reid - Norman's Cove, Newfoundland

Head Coach - Ian Moores - Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
Assistant Coach - Alex Bovoletis - Toronto, Ontario
Physician - Dr. Ian Marshall - St. John's, Newfoundland
Athletic Therapist - Ryan Bennett - Oakville, Ontario
RMT - Rolland Heider - Newmarket, Ontario
Equipment Manager - Nathan Belliveau - St. John, New Brunswick
General Manager - Daniel Medeiros - Toronto, Ontario 
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The Nationals are back in Quebec in 2019.

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Monday November 19

(2)United Armenians vs Black Knights (4)

Late second period goals give Knights edge over Arms

Just when the United Armenians put themselves back in the game, the Black Knights would pull away even deeper. A.Melkonian gave the United Armenians plenty to celebrate after getting his club on board to tie the game 1-1.All it took was barely two minutes for a quick response-from the Black Knights. S.Musacchio snapped the tie right before M.Viau provided a two goal cushion. As deflating as that was, the Black Knights widened the gap early in the third period and the United Armenians knew they were done despite plenty of hockey left over. R.Vartazamian did have the finally say with the United Armenians last goal of the contest. M.Stinziani opened the scoring for the Black Knights sharing two points with his teammate A.Desrosiers. After facing 26 shots, G.Vermette took the decision over his counterpart G.Follano.

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Sunday November 18

1 Timer enjoy a field day with Degenerates

When the few players started to walk into the dressing room and realised that there was way too much room to get dressed, that's when the Degenerates knew that there night would be long. Five players going up against a deeper younger team involves only one game plan and that's to box your opponent out and wait for your few chances. Unfortunately, neither worked and the 1 Timer did pretty much what they wanted in both games. T.Daigneault scored his clubs first two goals followed with K.Gagne, who also bagged a pair. The Degenerates did try and regroup for a better second encounter but failed miserably giving up four goals prior to the end of period. By that point, they just waited for their night to end. The 1 Timer added seven more goals in the second game that saw only three players find the back of the net. Leading the way was S.Gravel ,who sparked a hat trick while J.Guye-Perrault and K.Gagne chipped in with a pair. Plenty of those markers came with the help of T.Daigneault accumulating four more helpers to complete a productive night.

(5)1 Timer vs Degenerates (1)

(2)Degenerates vs 1 Timer(7)

Monday November 19

Legacy avenge Carmoni after dropping the ball

Luckily for Legacy this was only a regular season game. A slight 1-0 lead along with a power play to cap off the contest normally would hold up for such a team but not in this particular case. Les Carmoni pulled their goaltender just to have the same amount of players on the field and benefited when M.Baccari shot-from his own end to beat a screened M.Cormier. Then, barely seconds later, D.Desmarais made everyone's jaw drop with an incredible move to beat Cormier for a second time. That kind of finish only made Legacy angrier and primed for some pay back. After a quiet performance in the earlier contest, G.Pisanelli decided it was time to play. The skilled forward wasted no time making his presence felt scoring twice in the first period before completing his hat trick by the second. E.Girouard provided some insurance with a pair of late goals and T.Bozinakis was the master mind behind most of the offense setting up five markers.

(2)Les Carmoni vs Legacy (1)

(6)Legacy vs Les Carmoni(2)

Armadillos smoke Corporation twice with identical scores

It wasn't pretty, but perhaps expected when weighing the circumstances. The Corporation knew their night was going to be difficult against a stacked and much deeper bench. And even though there was an effort to battle, it just wasn't good enough. The Armadillos kept it simple breaking up plays while using a deadly counter attack. With quarterbacks such as G.Bouchard and K.Koutsogiannopoulos, the forwards have only to find themselves in open areas and bury their chances. Those plays happened way too many times resulting in 14 goals in only two games. G.Bouchard was the only multi goal scorer in the opening match as was P.Lapointe in the second meeting. The only highlight-from the other side of the court was the play of G.DeMarinis, who scored three out of the Corporations four goals.

(2)The Corporations vs Armadillos (7)

(7)Armadillos vs The Corporation (7)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to David Desmarais of Les Carmoni. The captain scored an incredible goal at an unbelievable time during the game. The match was tied 1-1 when Desmarais used his magic to fend off a defenseman while faking out the net minder.

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Sunday November 18

(3)Fatal Demons vs Brew Crew(6)

Fatal Demons stuck watching-from the sidelines as playoff hopes vanish

By losing 6-3 to the Brew Crew, the Fatal Demons will be looking-from the sidelines during the playoffs. Even though the desperation level was high, there wasn't much that could have done with their short roster versus a much deeper line up. For the Fatal Demons, it was a bad dream on an evening full of turnovers, sloppy play and ultimately a sense of disbelief at collapsing so completely at such a critical moment. But to sum it up, it was just that kind of season-from the get go. After all, they only have one win to show for in nine games. On the flip side, the Brew Crew weren't too pleased at the beginning of their season but that will be forgotten as they have been playing some good hockey as of late. Tonight's win came with scoring efforts by D.Colatosti and L.Verta as both players scored twice while D.Verta and G.Nehme each tallied as well.

(2)Butchers vs Lynx(3) O.T

Lynx emerge with hard fought overtime win

If performance against the fourth place team of the division is the yard stick for contenders, then the Lynx did not measure up to the Butchers on Sunday night. They will gladly take the two points they got all but in spite of themselves with a 3-2 overtime victory. M.Barone used a late second period goal to level the match 2-2 for the Lynx. That left the final frame up for grabs but it was the Butchers that missed out on their glorious opportunities.  A four minute power did have some good looks with E.Girouard nearly providing the lead on three occasions only to hit a solid S.Catalano between the pipes. With neither side getting it done in regulation, 4vs4 overtime would eventually decide the outcome. The Lynx must have felt that the game was there's with so much more room to manoeuvre.  And after just over three minutes and change, M.Nols chipped in the winner. Since the end of last season's semi final playoffs, the Butchers have fared pretty well with the Lynx. That series took three games favouring the Lynx while a regular season game earlier went the Butchers way.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Michael Nols of the Lynx. The tall smooth defenseman knew where he needed to be and buried his chance deciding a close battle with the Butchers.

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Friday November 16

(4)Stones VS HBHA (8)

HBHA does not let go of gas peddle, double up on the Stones

With the numbers on their side, the Stones should have played to their strengths on this night. But the eight man crew on the HBHA side took advantage of their chances and buried as many as they could early on to put the Stones in a hole. G. Lallis, P. Doulis, and D. Andrade did the most damage each bagging a pair of goals while the Stones used a group effort having four different players find the back of the net.

 (5) Bramabulls VS Hawks (3)

A tight battle comes to an end in the third when the Bramabulls find a way to get ahead

Two evenly teams matched up in their first game of the night as both teams exchanged three goals apiece during the first two periods. New addition G. Nehme to the Hawks left his mark early for his club notching two important goals to keep the game all tied up. Until the Bramabulls took control of the game in the third and took control of the faith of the game. J. Palmitano and M. Argiris each did their share notching a pair of goals for their club.

 (8) The Peters VS Hellas (6)

High scoring affair resolved with less than three minutes to go in the game

 Both teams decided to only play offense during the majority of the game as they each scored multiple goals. Until the Peters decided to shut the door with three minutes to go to insure the win. K. Araujo was a havoc all night long for the Peters, as the skilled defenseman had P. Furdaro's number scoring four goals and setting another one up. While on the other side only J. Morina and S. Mancini were the only player with a multi goal game.

 (4) Bramabulls VS Hawks (1)

Second game of night does not bring forth different results as Bramabulls win for a second time

With their second game of the night with only an hour rest final results do not really defer. With multiple players leaving from the Bramabulls they were left playing with a short bench, but it was the Hawks who seemed tired as the game wore on. Near the end of the second quarter the Bramabulls took advantage of their chances and took the lead. M. Argiris and M. Crapis were the lone players to find the back of the net for the Bramabulls. While A. Moscato was the sole player to solve C. Muccino during th second game who stopped forty shots.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Mario Argiris of the Bramabulls. The skilled forward found the back of the net four times and stepped up in  big way in both games when the games were all tied up on this night.

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Thursday November 15

(4)SBS Trashers vs Legends (3) O.T

J.Scalia gives SBS Trashers what they deserve in OT versus Legends

Certainly the effort was there-from the SBS Trashers. They controlled much of the play, they hit the goal post a few times only to find themselves trailing 2-0 by the second period. The only difference up until that point was that they couldn't control their luck. However, that would eventually change as they netted the next three goals. J.Guerriero and P.Hodod combined for four points and the SBS Trashers took their first lead of the game. But the Legends did get a great opportunity to reply and send the game into overtime. M.Chenier received a perfect pass in the slot area-from M.Destounis and made his chance count with a potent one timer. The SBS Trashers knew the importance of winning this game if they plan on making the playoffs. Luckily enough, J.Scalia kept their hopes alive. The sniper tipped in a goal with only two minutes left in the game.

(4)JLR Brossard vs Raging Rhinos(5) O.T

Third period goals spark wild rally for Raging Rhinos

A  S.Pilon goal one minute into overtime was the decider as the Raging Rhinos rallied to stun the JLR Brossard. For two straight periods, it appeared as though the JLR Brossard would have no issues collecting easy points. After all, they scored four times with G.Pisanelli bagging a pair, and defended fairly well allowing only two goals. Then, as perhaps desperation kicked in, the Raging Rhinos changed the script on two quick goals. With the game deadlocked 4-4, neither side felt comfortable taking crazy chances which eventually sent this contest into extra time. It was by then that S.Pilon celebrated the victory with his second of the night.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Joe Scalia of the SBS Trashers. If not for his sudden death winner, the SBS Trashers chances of making the playoffs would have been on life support.

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Wednesday November 14

(5)Decepticons vs Horsemen (6) S.O

Horsemen use third period rally, defeat Decepticons in shootout

The Horsemen scored three third period goals to rally for a 6-5 shootout win over the Decepticons. With the Horsemen trailing 4-1 after two periods, P.Sidhom,T.Zermalias and the captain V.Pandza all scored within a three and a half minute span. It's never a nice feeling when you control the game for well over two periods only to find yourself in a coin toss situation. Still, the Decepticons could have salvaged their night but fell once again in the short end. That's because T.Mader and M.Chartrand each scored in the breakaways while M.Deninno was the only Decepticon to get the better of M.Vinciguerra.

(3)Fat Cats vs Left Wings(6)

Fat Cats meet their match, lose first game after eight starts

When looking at the standings prior to the game, many would be on board on who would prevail. And while maybe that applied to the Fat Cats, the same couldn't be said for the Left Wings, who took the division leaders by surprise. A good early start that included a shorthanded goal was just what the doctor ordered for the Left Wings. By trailing 3-0, the Fat Cats were now forced to overcome what felt like a big mountain to climb. They did win the next frame 2-1 thanks to a pair of power play goals but still had a lot of work ahead of them. The Left Wings made it a point to keep defending well while remaining disciplined in order to avoid another penalty. Surely enough they held on to the game plan and benefited as well by posting two quick goals. G.Gaitanis scored twice along with an assist while J.Adamou quarterbacked most of the match resulting in four helpers.

(2)Knights vs Kentucky Blue(8)

Two good periods not good enough for the Knights

If this game had only two periods instead of three, the Knights would have felt fine with their overall game. Instead, they were stuck enduring an embarrassing final fifteen minutes of play. Granted, the Kentucky Blue do have the horses to make some teams heads spin for how quick they can be. M.Dettorre is one example as the skilled forward took over scoring twice in the third to complete his hat trick. James Tutino used an early third period power play goal to begin the onslaught while capping the night with the Kentucky Blue's eight tally of the game.

(6)Fat Cats vs Underdogs(5) O.T

Underdogs poor five on five play enables Fat Cats to prevail

Unable to kill four power play chances is one thing, but to allow a shorthanded goal late in the game is totally unacceptable. J.Constantin had every reason to be steaming knowing that his club deserved better. For the Fat Cats, they just went about their business and took advantage every time it presented itself. Perhaps, their biggest goal came late in the third period when D.Mili tied it up shorthanded. Even if the Underdogs didn't capitalise on their very own power play, they should have at the very least not concede one. The sad part was that there was more heartache to come. The Fat Cats were awarded another power play, this time in overtime where S.Hrivnak made sure to end it with his second of the contest. Looking back, the Underdogs may have felt paralyzed when it was said in done. It may have come as a frustrating loss but the Underdogs had no choice to look ahead in their double header night.

(1)Knights vs Underdogs (8)

Three players combine for all 8 goals, Underdogs have something to smile about

With both teams playing earlier and without a win, the odds were good that somebody would collect a victory. In this particular case, that team was the Underdogs even though they had no rest in between games. Surprisingly enough, only three players out of a total of eight goals that went in would score. M-A Haber and F.Nasser shared hat tricks while A.Sayed chipped in with a pair. On four straight markers, D.Mansour played the set up man. The only time the Knights got on board was in the third period when C.Ladas spoiled C.Malkoun's shutout.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Sean Hrivnak of the Fat Cats. By collecting four power play points that included his second goal in overtime, the Fat Cats were able to mount an incredible comeback to steal-points from the Underdogs.

Thursday November 15

(1)Mighty Drunks vs Knights (2)

S.Sauk steals the show as Knights edge Mighty Drunks

S.Sauk was nearly perfect, stopping 34 of 35 shots to edge out the Mighty Drunks on Thursday night. The Knights had no choice to play well in front of their net minder, especially with only two spares to their bench. These types of games involve leads, a committed defensive effort along with solid goaltending. The Knights had all of it going for them. F.Bchara and K.Araujo took care of the scoring by the second period and S.Sauk kept frustrating his opponents up until the late stages of the game when Y.Dube finally solved him. By then, the Knights had all but four minutes and change to bleed the clock, in which they did en route to a remarkable victory.

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Tuesday November 13

(2)Punishers vs Capitals (3)

Resilient Capitals keep finding ways to win

It doesn't matter how pretty it looks, just as long as they find ways to win. The Capitals had to overcome a sloppy first period where the Punishers completely dominated with two straight goals. The good news was that time wasn't yet an issue-from that point on. Usually good teams tend to adjust and find ways to improve. And that's exactly what happened when M-A Morin finally got the Capitals on board. Still, they did trail after two periods but the gap was narrowed to only one. By that point, the Punishers may have felt they needed the next one knowing that the Capitals were within striking distance. Unfortunately, that goal didn't come and the Capitals made them pay posting two in a row. One minute and change was all that was left over when P.Beliveau snapped the late tie.

(2)AREZ vs Bramabulls(6)

D.Verta has two goals, three assists as Bramabulls beat AREZ 6-2

D.Verta had two goals and three assists to help the Bramabulls end a three game losing streak with a convincing 6-2 win over AREZ. The contest was already 3-1 after only one period. The Bramabulls, despite lots of hockey left over, weren't taking anything for granted. A.Moffa posted his second just passed the mid way mark. Then, with only one period remaining, D.Verta stamped it by bagging his two markers to finish with an impressive five point performance. G.Follano was beaten only twice on 24 shots to help put the Bramabulls back on track.

(4)AREZ vs The Blast(3)

AREZ finish strong in double header night on two power play goals

A.Haddad and M.El Kassar each had a power play goal and the AREZ made the Blast regret taking too many penalties. The extra visits to the penalty box may have perhaps decided the outcome for how close it was. But it wasn't a power play goal that snapped a third period 3-3 tie. After getting on board late in the first period, A.Haddad still a little more in the tank by riffling his second right after G.Bien-Aime also buried his second for the Blast.Even though the AREZ played their sixth period in only three hours, the effort was in full force to protect the slight lead en route to a victory.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Danny Verta of the Bramabulls. In a desperate need for a win, D.Verta's two goals and three assists helped snap a three game losing skit for the Bramabulls.

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Monday November 19

(2)United Armenians vs Black Knights (4)

Late second period goals give Knights edge over Arms

Just when the United Armenians put themselves back in the game, the Black Knights would pull away even deeper. A.Melkonian gave the United Armenians plenty to celebrate after getting his club on board to tie the game 1-1.All it took was barely two minutes for a quick response-from the Black Knights. S.Musacchio snapped the tie right before M.Viau provided a two goal cushion. As deflating as that was, the Black Knights widened the gap early in the third period and the United Armenians knew they were done despite plenty of hockey left over. R.Vartazamian did have the finally say with the United Armenians last goal of the contest. M.Stinziani opened the scoring for the Black Knights sharing two points with his teammate A.Desrosiers. After facing 26 shots, G.Vermette took the decision over his counterpart G.Follano.

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Nationals in Quebec 2019.

The Nationals are back in Quebec in 2019.

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2019 Mens Team Canada Roster Announcement

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is pleased to announce the players and staff representing Mens Team Canada at the 2019 World Ball Hockey Championships...

The Canadian Ball Hockey Association is very pleased to announce the roster of Men's Team Canada along with the Team Staff for the 2019 ISBHF World Championship in Kosice, Slovakia.

General Manager Daniel Medeiros states "We were looking across Canada for the right blend of skill, talent, work ethic, speed, size and chemistry that is going to get us back to the top of the ball hockey world, and we believe we have found just that."

Team Canada is also announcing the names of the Team Staff who bring a wealth of professional experience to take care of the squad in Kosice.

Goaltenders:
Adam Butler - Cloverdale, British Columbia
Dave Yarham - Edmonton, Alberta

Defensemen:
Joel Andresen - St. Albert, Alberta
Dylan Churchwell - Langley, British Columbia
Jordan Crocker - Brampton, Ontario
Cody Donaghey - St. John's, Newfoundland
Bill Marshall - Calgary, Alberta
Patrick O'Keefe - Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Brian Szolga - Niagara Falls, Ontario
Calin Wild - Winnipeg, Manitoba

Forwards:
Landen Burkley - Edmonton, Alberta
Iain Downes - Thorold, Ontario
Jordan Escott - St. John's, Newfoundland
Shawn Hannon - Ajax, Ontario
Scott Holben - Edmonton, Alberta
Dustin Kelly - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Remi Laurencelle - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Justin Maiolino - Loretto, Ontario
Danick Martel - Drummondville, Quebec
Connor Navrot - Martensville, Saskatchewan
Zach O'Brien - St. John's, Newfoundland
Gianluca Pallotta - Beeton, Ontario
Marcus Power - St. John's, Newfoundland
Kevin Reid - Norman's Cove, Newfoundland

Head Coach - Ian Moores - Harbour Grace, Newfoundland
Assistant Coach - Alex Bovoletis - Toronto, Ontario
Physician - Dr. Ian Marshall - St. John's, Newfoundland
Athletic Therapist - Ryan Bennett - Oakville, Ontario
RMT - Rolland Heider - Newmarket, Ontario
Equipment Manager - Nathan Belliveau - St. John, New Brunswick
General Manager - Daniel Medeiros - Toronto, Ontario 
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2018 Bermuda Masters Championship

Bermuda 2018 Gold Medal Match.

Just want to congratulate Francois Chalut and all of team Canada on winning the Gold medal game today vs Canada Halton Leafs.

Also a congratulations to the Canada Halton Leafs on winning the Silver medal.  Canada is very proud of both teams.  

As for the Bronze medal congratulations to goes out to team Italy who defeated team USA 8-3 in a very tough match up.

Great job also to all the teams who participated in this Bermuda World Masters Championships 2018.

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