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Sunday May 15 

 Team Black score in bunches early to down Team Green 

 (10) Team Black vs Team Green(8) 

 There were plenty of chances and many goals leading up to the 22 minute mark of this game. Team Black jumped off to a 7-4 lead in that short span with A.DeSua, M.Braun and R.Potenza scoring two goals each while P.Petraccione was behind setting up four of those goals. It was a terrible start for Team Green, who couldn't contain an onslaught of early flurries. The defense did settle-from there, but the damage had already been done. J.Teresi finished off strong riding a hat trick for Team Black. Playing a run and gun game versus Team Black wasn't perhaps the right idea for Team Green. Unless they made it a point to try and defend well, their strategy came to hurt them early on. 

 The SalumiVino player of the game goes to Pat Petraccione of Team Black. Even though he didn't score, Petraccione was behind making five goals happen. 

 Team Red irritated with another one goal loss 

 (7)Team Red vs Team White(8) O.T 

 Again, Team Red keeping finding themselves on the short end of the stick. They just cant seem to catch a break after dropping another overtime loss on Sunday night. They have their good moments but matched with bad moments as well. Scoring isn't an issue and will be expected having T.Settino in the lineup, who buried three in the loss. The problem is their game without the ball as they keep giving up too many and too often. Team White barely took this one in the end as it needed overtime. Maybe it's just some bad luck for the time being for Team Red. Sometimes it takes a favorable bounce or a timely save to swing the game in your favor. For now, they haven't gotten that slight edge but it's not like they can't turn it around with the elements they have. 

 The SalumiVino player of the game goes to Eddy Colella of Team White. The sniper unloaded his cannon-from center court to end the game his way. 

 Team Blue finding their groove in comeback win over Team Yellow 

 (3)Team Yellow vs Team Blue(4) 

 After a better start to their night, Team Yellow abandoned their fundamental defensive game to try and close out Team Blue. They could have gotten their if they paid more attention to E.Allen’s impact throughout the entire match. Allen was the catalyst behind the comeback win setting up his clubs first goal while netting two big back-to-back tallies. No doubt it came as a character-building win for a side that had a slow start to their season. What is also worth noting is how well Team Blue defended and P.Kassaris stood his ground between the pipes. Most games in this division get dictated by the amount of goals that are scored. However, not in this case with Team Blue playing extremely well without the ball while getting the timely goals. You always want to focus on all areas of your game if you plan to go far. With the nice additions of E.Allen and E.Colella, Team Blue just became a serious part of the conversation after a forgettable start to their season. 

 The SalumiVino player of the game goes to Errol Allen of Team Blue. Not only can E.Allen read and break up plays, the smart d-man created offense as well, providing three big points that included a pair of tallies.  

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Friday May 13( Semi finals)

Armos bounce back to even the series with Brewers

(1)Brewers vs Armos(5) Game 2

After having to wait a long week to get it right, the Armos rebounded in an impressive fashion with a convincing win over the Brewers. The game remained close on the large part until the Armos pulled way by the third on three straight goals. Overall, the Armos did have more control in this particular game and could have made life easier for themselves if they could have broken down C.Srtavriadis. The goaltender was a big reason why the Brewers had a shot at sweeping their series. Eventually, the Armos capitalized on some of their chances in the third period to finally put some distance. Goals came-from five different goal scorers with S.Ruggiero leading the pack on three helpers. Even though they got the win, the Armos knew not to go overboard in a third and deciding game.

First goal goes a long way for the Brewers

(3)Brewers vs Armos(1) Game 3

There was no question that the first goal in this contest was going to be huge. When teams are faced with their backs to the wall, getting that first tally usually dictates the fate of the series. Teams that score first build confidence and energy while the trailing side may start to feel they are losing control knowing that there isn’t much time left to their season. In this must win game three, M.DelGaudio have enough time to sip a cappuccino and eat an almond croissant before netting a perfect wrist shot-from the slot area. The Brewers clearly fed off that moment and played even harder making it extremely difficult for the Armos to respond. Despite enough time left over, the next goal still belonged to the Brewers, who felt confident by then that this series was theirs for the taking. The Armos played with fire falling behind in this series a week ago without some missing links. Tonight, they had their squad but couldn’t put it together for two straight games. Instead, the Brewers will be moving on where they’ll have one more challenge ahead of them for the big prize.

Never say die Sonic pushes Generals to the limit

(5)Sonic vs Generals(6) S.O Game 3

No one would have ever thought the Generals would sigh relief after playing Sonic. And why not when considering they smoked them a couple of times which suggested for an easy series sweep. That was clearly far-from being the case in game two. Sonic told themselves that they weren’t going down without a fight. The Generals did lead on the large part of this game but weren’t able to ever pull away. Every time they jumped in front, M.Pace was there to remind them that he wasn’t planning to go away. The relentless forward scored three times while collecting an assist. To his help, M.St-Laurent was a vital piece to the offense as well participating in all five goals. This contest had to go the extra distance to determine a winner. When testing your luck in a shootout, you just never know what can happen,. Maybe your net minder will steal the show or some of your players will use their skill set in order to find the back of the net. This came as a great opportunity for Sonic in order to level and force an anxious game three with the Generals. Unfortunately for Sonic, M.Gagnon wasn’t having it denying both attempts. On the flip side of the court, the Generals did not miss out on their chances scoring on two out of a possible three attempts. To think that Sonic was only a breakaway competition along with a short game three where anything can happen in order to take out the heavy favorite.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Marco Pace of Sonic. Even if it came in a losing cause, M.Pace inspired  his club to believe that anything is possible no matter who you play. The gritty forward was stellar bagging three goals along with an assist.

The Masters 35+ division is now down to its final two teams. While many may consider the Generals to go all the way, it will be up to the Brewers on how to approach a difficult challenge. They do have many elements that can be favorable such as a deep bench, experience and a very good goaltender in C.Stavriadis. The separation between the two sides is that the Generals have more of a scoring touch in some of their players. In order to contain that lethal offense, the Brewers will have to identify the real threats and play a well balanced game.

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Thursday May 11 (Semi finals)

Horsemen fall short against a ready to play Fatal Demons

(5)Horsemen vs Fatal Demons(7) Game 2

The Fatal Demons as expected came out hard and were not going to go down easy. They got the better start to the night scoring the games first two goals to put the Horsemen once again on their heels. The deficit was answered by the Horsemen, but it barely lasted with G.Amorosa and E.Medrano responding almost immediately. Playing-from behind proved to be very difficult in this series for the Horsemen against a side that doesn’t give much. They never had that opportunity to play in front to try and flip the pressure the other way. Instead, they were stuck chasing the two games trailing most of the time. Credit to the Fatal Demons for making it a point to start ready and getting that first goal. As much as the Horsemen attempted to battle back, either they were clogged by the Fatal Demons defensive game or denied by R.Ranieri standing firm between the pipes. Regardless the reasons, the better side prevailed in this one as it showed throughout most of the series.

RCGT Knights put up real fight in shootout loss to Brew Crew

(3)RCGT Knights vs Brew Crew(5) S.O Game 2

The RCGT Knights couldn’t have asked for a better game. Many would have expected this to be a walk in the park for the Brew Crew, but that couldn’t be further -from the truth. Even with less than two full lines, the RCGT Knights played a great game, they led twice , defended incredibly well while getting the necessary goaltending-from S.Sauk. They most likely would have taken the deal of testing their luck in a shootout prior to the ball dropping if they had that choice. You just never know who will come out of a skills competition with so many variables involved. Unfortunately for the RCGT Knights, they couldn’t find a way to prevail during the breakaways. M.Maggiore and D.Verta showed their scoring touch in the shootouts for the Brew Crew while the RCGT Knights saw only T.Oliveira take care of business -from his end. If not for a small detail making the difference in this game, the RCGT Knights would have had a great chance to steal this series in a shorter game three. Sometimes it just comes down to one small detail or a particular moment that can shift the momentum either way. The Brew Crew were glad to avoid extending this series as they’ll need to focus on what is ahead of them.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Scott Sauk of the RCGT Knights. Facing over 40 shots is quite challenging for any goaltender. S.Sauk stopped nearly all of them which enabled his team to play in front for most of the night. If not for some little bad luck, the RCGT Knights could have potentially caused a major upset.

The E Thursday division is now down to its last two teams. The Brew Crew and the Fatal Demons will be facing off next week in a best of three series. Its safe to say that both teams resemble each other in many ways. Both have deep benches with loads of experience. No one really has an edge on who should come out on top. If there is one noticeable thing that stems back for the last couple of weeks, is that the Fatal Demons seem to be gelling more than the Brew Crew. However, that shouldn’t matter when considering what is at stake.

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Thursday May 11( Semi finals)

Armadillos showing up when it counts in rout of Assadi Consulting Inc

(1)Assadi Consulting Inc vs Armadillos(7) Game 1

The Armadillos know when it is time to be ready. It was clear that the Armadillos made their adjustments after last weeks embarrassing loss to the Assadi Consulting Inc. Tonight’s result resembled last weeks meeting with the two teams, but with the Armadillos returning the favor. This game wasn’t even close and was powered by everyone pulling their weight. The Armadillos scored seven times with all different players finding the back of the net. Nothing went right for a team that had an impressive regular season. The Assadi Consulting Inc hit a reality check on Wednesday night unable to get any good part of their game going. Apart-from M-A Haber finally beating C.Ekonomakis by the five minute mark of the third period, this game needs to be forgotten quickly for P.Assadi and the rest of his team. They are lucky that game two will be played next week as they’ll need plenty of time on trying to figure out a solution.

Punishers use second period explosion to blow past United Arms

(8)Punishers vs United Arms(3) Game 1

For one full period, the United Arms were pleased with how the game was going. By keeping it close anything is possible, and any underdog team will take those odds as the game goes further. Other factors required in order to give yourself a chance is to score on your power play. And if that doesn’t work, try not to let one in. The Punishers seem to thrive in those moments and who other than P.Karvouriaris playing the spoiler after being set up by C.Gingras. That early shorthanded goal in the second period set the trend of the down fall for the United Arms in game one. They measured well in the first period, but were nowhere to be seen after that. The Punishers exploded winning a dominant frame on five goals that saw different players chip in. C.Stamadianos and P.Karvouriaris started strong posting two goals each before getting balanced contributions. As difficult of a task as it is, the United Arms need to stay positive and keep working hard out there. Their special teams aren’t working as they’ll  need to rely on their man on man game in order to have any sort of chance.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Peter Karvouriaris of the Punishers. The sniper snapped a 2-2 tie shorthanded as part of a four point performance.

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Monday May 10 (Quarter finals) 

 J-S Lowe brilliant hat trick leaves Snipers in shock 

 J-S Lowe showed what he is made of with an amazing solo act of salvation. J-S Lowe scored three consecutive goals to overcome a 3-1 deficit into a vital game two win. The Snipers could only watch in horror as their defense crumbled after playing a sound game up until that point. The come-from behind effort forced a deciding game three where the Country Club felt all the momentum going into a shorter twelve-minute game. That's just a dangerous situation when going up against C.Gingras. As likely expected, Gingras was going to make something happen. After striking first on a brilliant effort, C.Gingras was behind creating the play that led to S.Bourdin snapping a late 1-1 tie.  The Snipers will be stuck wondering how they were unable to close out this series, especially after a convincing 7-3 game one win followed with a 3-1 lead by the mid way point of the second period in game two. All indicators pointed to a ticket to the semi final. Then, it all came crumbling down as the Country Club did the unthinkable. Talk about a crazy turn of events. This just goes to show that it isn't over until its over.  

 (3)Country Club vs Snipers(7) Game 1 

 (3)Snipers vs Country Club(4) Game 2 

 (3)Country Club vs Snipers(1) Game 3 

 M.Arkalis nets game three overtime winner in thrilling series vs Assadi Classics 

 The Altius were able to find their magic in a series that came down to one single play. When two teams are faced in an unknown predicament, you don't know how the players will respond. Every single move and play can ultimately make the difference between one team moving on while the other devastated on how they could have avoided a mistake. It was clear that there wasn't much separating these two teams. The Altius did take game one but couldn't string back to back wins against a team with their backs to the wall. The Assadi Classics won a tight knitted battle in game two thanks to J.Pantelis's winner along with R.Ranieri's lights out play between the pipes. Inevitably, a game three was looming as both sides were ready to put it all on the line. The game looked like it was going to be wrapped up in regulation time if not for N.Kokovidis beating the clock by a few seconds to force a sudden death period for the Assadi Classics. Now that both sides got to this crucial point, only a good bounce was going to perhaps determine the fate of this outcome. After finding himself at the right place and at the right time, M.Arkalis was there to bury the winner. It didn't come to much of a surprise that M.Arkalis would be one of the few heroes in this series. The power forward  has a nose for the net and uses his body well to protect the ball while knowing how to position himself. By creating his own space, M.Arkalis was there to rescue the Altius, and place them into the semi finals. 

 (4)Altius vs Assadi Classics(3) Game 1 

 (2)Assadi Classics vs Altius(1) Game 2 

 (3)Altius vs Assadi Classics(2) O.T Game 3 

 Comeback Dragons get momentum heading into game two 

 The Dragons were that close-from facing their high hopes to the wall. There was about half a period remaining separating them-from falling behind in this series with the United Arms. Suddenly, they were able to give themselves a shot when D.Gagnon narrowed the gap by one. It took only moments after that for B.Daniele to even the score that helped send game one to a shootout. The Dragons no doubt have the artillery in the breakaways with a few high-end skill players. It was almost certain that at least one of their top guns would prevail in the shootout. That forced the United Arms to try and get one themselves, but were unable to solve S.Morante on their two shot attempts. B.Daniele scored on his back hand while J.Mandracchia roofed his on a nifty move to help take an important lead in the series. The United Arms felt they let this one go knowing that they could have gone for the split against a heavy favorite. The problem was that they couldn’t contain the Dragons in game two like they did in their first encounter. M.Fazzari made his chances count scoring twice on the power play right before M.Crapis tallied for a 3-1 lead heading into the final period. From-there, the Dragons continued to press and took nothing for granted winning the final frame handily.  

 (5)Dragons vs United Arms(3) S.O Game 1 

 (2) United Arms vs Dragons (7) Game 2 

 Top seeded Bonjours High expected more than early exit, J.Mancini closes out series with OT winner 

 The Bonjours High had plenty of reasons to believe they could win this division. They allowed the fewest goals and scored the most dropping all but three of twenty regular season games. They were on a roll throughout the entire season up until they faced the Lyft Off on Monday night. Even though they were chasing game one down 2-0, they still managed to storm back on late tallies by the Kakivelis bothers to force the shootout. Most players have similar success rates in this department, but the Lyft Off had something special going for them in S.Harchi. Game one was decided after the seventh round thanks to S.Harchi’s incredible skill and patience. The skilled forward scored on three out of his four attempts to beat a brilliant net minder. The Bonjours Highs weren't going to go down that easily despite falling behind in the series. And even though game two was extremely close, M.Levasseur needed only a few seconds to decide the outcome, bagging two incredible goals that put his club up 3-1. A.Tanferna would then cap it off with his second feeding an empty cage to even up the series. Now that both teams passed a rigorous test, twelve minutes and possibly overtime was all that was remaining to see who would advance. There was no question that every single player put it all on the line making every second count. It's usually hard to score when the defense is very committed while the two net minders have been lights out, so it came to no surprise that this series needed the five-minute sudden death period to decide it all. Once they got there, J.Mancini was there to end the drama on a strong effort giving C.Ekonomakis no chance to make the save. Many may have expected that this series was a given when looking at the regular season standings. However, if anyone was paying attention to how the Lyft Off have been playing as of late, it isn't a total shock.  This is an opponent that can out match anyone in the division with their speed while having the chemistry and a pretty high skill set. When you have all those components, you automatically fit in the conversation of being a contender. 

 (4) Bonjours High vs Lyft Off (5) S.O Game 1 

 (2) Lyft Off vs Bonjours High (4) Game 2 

 (0) Bonjours High vs Lyft Off (1) O.T Game 3 

 The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Salim Harchi of the Lyft Off. No question his presence was felt. Throughout the entire series, S.Harchi was dominant using his speed and ability to shift on a dime creating a ton of chances for the Lyft Off. Adding to all that, Harchi was magical in the shootout scoring on three attempts. 

 With the quarter finals coming to an end, four teams will challenge in next week's semifinal round. The match ups are as follows: 

 (2) Dragons vs Lyft Off (10) The Dragons won't approach this series indicated by their regular season record in comparison to the Lyft Off. Joe DeStefano understands quite well how challenging it will be going up against a faster overall opponent. The Dragons will rely on their high-end weapons and experience to try and get through. This series will go either way with no real favorite. 

 (3)Altius vs Country Club (4) Both sides have a nice supporting cast and the goaltending shouldn’t be an issue. At the same time, they have two of the finest players of the division respectively. The Country Club will look to C.Gingras to work his magic while the Altius know that they can get plenty-from P.Arkalis. This has the making of a good series with perhaps the Altius carrying the slight edge. 

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mardi 3 mai
 
K.Kuczmarski sauve Le Rinque avec le vainqueur en OT
 
(3)Le Rinque vs Dek Laval(2) O.T
 
Alors que tout le monde se demandait comment le Dek Laval défierait Le Rinque, ils ont certainement montré qu'ils pouvaient rivaliser avec eux. Il semblait que Le Rinque était sur le point de passer une soirée facile après avoir inscrit deux buts en première période de K.Leveille et K.Gamache. Puis, peu de temps après et juste avant la fin de la période, M-A Haber a mis le Dek Laval à bord. Le Dek Laval s'est contenté d'être à un seul coup d'égaliser le match contrairement à Le Rinque qui a désespérément tenté d'augmenter son avance. Même avec beaucoup de possession de balle, C.Zebib était là pour effectuer plusieurs arrêts pour garder le match serré. J.Hassan a fini par égaliser au début de la troisième période, donnant beaucoup de vie et de confiance à une équipe engagée. Aucune des deux équipes n'a été en mesure de gagne le match le temps réglementaire, ce qui a laissé une période de overtime pour décider le resultat. Après avoir enchaîné deux périodes sans but, Le Rinque a finalement eu le dernier mot grâce à K.Kuczmarki qui a battu C.Zebib pour une rare fois. Le Dek Laval a peut-être perdu ce match, mais etaient bien content de avoir livre a Le Rinque  les favoris pour remporter la division un tres bon match.
 
Le joueur SalumiVino de la soirée revient à Kevin Kuczmarski du Rinque. Si quelqu'un peut réussir un gros jeu, K.Kuczmarski est ce joueur. Le Rinque a échappé à une bataille serrée avec le Dek Laval grâce à leur tireur d'élite qui a décroché le vainqueur.
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Au Championnat Canadien a Calgary,Alberta La Machine de Montreal gagne la médaille de bronze dans la division de Maîtres.  Félicitation a tous les joueurs et membres du personnel 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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Divisions de la saison Hiver 2022
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Premier division

Tuesday March 3

(4)GK vs Capitals(2)

GK surge early in third period to top Capitals

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

(2)Montreal As vs Black Knights(5)

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

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

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

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Le Rinque remporte les Championnats Provinciaux édition 2021

Samedi, le 25 Septembre

Le Rinque remporte les Championnats Provinciaux édition 2021

(6) Le Rinque c. Dek Boucherville (4) Finale

La scène était enfin prête pour que les meilleurs talents du hockey-balle puissent compétitionner au plus haut niveau dans ce qui s'est avéré un merveilleux samedi après-midi. Après que Le Rinque eut devancé le Dek Lanaudière par une légère marge de 3-2 en demi-finale, ils ont retrouvé le Dek Boucherville en grande finale. Même s'ils étaient grand favori au début de la saison, et au lieu de se plier sous le poids de leur propre grandeur, Le Rinque ont fait exactement ce qu'on s'attendait d'eux: Ils ont remporté la toute première édition de la Ligue Dek Élite Québec et, par conséquence, ont été couronné Champions Provinciaux. Les joueurs du Rinque étaient près dès les premiers instants du match, sachant qu'ils affrontaient l'équipe qui a été leur bête noire tout au long de la saison régulière. Le Dek Boucherville croyaient en ses moyens en début de rencontre mais ils ont été incapable de rivaliser contre un adversaire aussi déterminé. Le Rinque ont été dominant pendant la majeure partie du match. Leur profondeur et leur persévérance on fait du Rinque une équipe imbattable. Bien que le Dek Boucherville ont tout fait pour rendre les choses difficiles, Le Rinque ont toujours été capable de surclasser leur adversaire. Comme à l'habitude, de nombreux joueurs différents ont su trouver le fond du filet pour l'équipe gagnante. Dahn Ngyuen et les siens devraient être fière des nombreux succès qu'ils accumulent depuis quelques années.

Au nom de Hockeyballe.com, nos félicitations à Dahn Ngyuen et au Rinque pour avoir remporté les Championnats Provinciaux Dek Élite Québec, et à Jocelyn Décarie, du Dek Boucherville, dirigeant de l'une des meilleures équipes de la province.

Le joueur SalumiVino de la soirée revient à Karl Léveillé du Rinque. Léveillé a été une force redoutable tout au long de la saison, et encore une fois quand ça comptait le plus, c'est à dire, en grande finale.

Avec cette victoire, Le Rinque seront la première tête de série représentant le Québec aux Championnats Nationaux qui auront lieu en Août 2022, à Hamilton, en Ontario. L'Association Canadienne d'Hockey-Balle (CBHA) et les dirigeants d'Équipe Canada étaient présents pour sélectionner les joueurs qui seront invités au camp de l'équipe canadienne, en Octobre. Les joueurs sélectionnés auront la chance de participer aux prochains Championnats du Monde de l'ISBHF en Juin 2022, à Laval.

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Nationaux 2021 Calgary, Alberta
Au Championnat Canadien a Calgary,Alberta La Machine de Montreal gagne la médaille de bronze dans la division de Maîtres.  Félicitation a tous les joueurs et membres du personnel 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.

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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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