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Thursday May 24

(0)Chaos vs Carnage (8)

Carnage rout defenceless Chaos, 8-0

Carnage caught Chaos flat footed on Thursday night. Despite the lopsided score, this contest only took off as off the four minute mark of the second period for Carnage. S.Longo posted two quick goals that virtually convinced both sides that his game was done. Prior to his tallies, G.Gaitanis had scored twice as well while completing his hat trick shortly after Longo made it 4-0.Games like this aren't pleasant when you're on the losing side, especially for the net minders. R.Picard felt like a dart board being shelled numerous times. As for his counterpart, S.Sauk confidently made enough saves to earn a shutout.

(4)Les Rouuuges vs Bramabulls(3) S.O

Bramabulls rally 0-2 down before dropping shootout

F.Nasser and A.Henien scored in a shootout, and Les Rouuuges beat the recent champs after squandering a 2-0 lead. The Bramabulls were plagued by a slow start and looked to be going empty handed for two periods. But with the second frame winding down, B.Sansotta used a blistering slap shot to give his club life heading into the third period. The question at that point became who and when would the equaliser occur. Surely they felt confident and why not with the group of guys they have. After setting up his clubs first goal, C.Fragkiudakis wasn't done yet as his perfect feed found D.Verta to level the match. Neither side was than able to get it done in overtime despite the Bramabulls controlling most of the play.

(7)JLR Brossard vs Nighthawks(5)

N.Goncalves sharp shooting torment's Nighthawks

Some things just can't be thought. It's one thing to do it once and another to do it twice, but when three of your goals come with such precision, it's definitely due to a skill set that most players don't have. The JLR Brossard are fully loaded already and N.Goncalves shows that he fits right in playing with the right type of players. He did get plenty of help-from P.Assadi, who set him up all three times while adding a fourth feed late in the game. This match was close for a while until the late stages of the second period where the Nighthawks couldn't keep pace.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Fadel Nasser of Les Rouuuges. From-setting up the first goal while notching the second, F.Nasser brought it a step further by bagging one of his clubs two shootout markers in a close 4-3 win over the Bramabulls.

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Wednesday May 23

(3)Hellfish vs Kentucky Blue(6)

Kentucky Blue second half surge too much for Hellfish

Three second period goals provided the spark they needed for the Kentucky Blue on Wednesday night. R.Montinaro's power play goal was the first of many more to come with James Tutino netting the dagger only seconds before the second period ended. All that momentum simply carried over into the third with T.Oliveira bagging his second of the contest. The Hellfish had a good start to the night posting two power play markers and kept their lead till the mid way point of the match. It's not characteristic for the Hellfish to fall apart the way they did, but that's not to take away-from the Kentucky Blue, who seem to have the tools to get it done.

(1)Winter Soldiers vs Fat Cats(3)

G.DeMarinis scores two goals as Fat Cats top Winter Soldiers

G.DeMarinis scored twice, and D.Brunetti provided the winner on the power play as the Fat Cats get themselves in the win column. The Fat Cats, along with G.Sangiovanni made it very difficult for the Winter Soldiers to get on board. There only tally came when it was a little too late courtesy of A.Kakivelis. By then, the score was 3-1 and the Fat Cats just tightened up to run out the clock. Tensions started to heat up by the latter stages of the game with both sides taking their fair share of penalties. It's not the start they wanted, but the Winter Soldiers won't be too concerned with the talent they have.

(3)Punishers vs Team Haiti(2)

P.Karvouriaris scores all three goals in Punishers tight win over Team Haiti

P.Karvouriaris really felt it on Wednesday night. The skilled forward was in rhythm all game long that resulted in all three goals for the Punishers. His first one came with the man advantage that snapped a scoreless drought in the second period. With both sides keeping it close, the third period did open up a little as both teams traded two goals each. H.Merone finally solved N.Mackeen later in the frame only to see that margin disappear seconds later when P.Karvouriaris buried his hat trick.

(9)Fat Roy vs Golden Knights (3)

Fat Roy upend Golden Knights with early flurry

After striking twice in the first period, Fat Roy lost sight of the Golden Knights by the second where they bagged four straight markers. At no point did Fat Roy slow down. Even by the third period despite not winning the frame exchanging three goals apiece. J.Pantelis had an easy night with three tallies while B.Deslauriers and A.Jalilvand were right behind him bagging a pair each. Fat Roy enjoyed their opening night collecting a convincing win. As for the Golden Knights, work needs to be done as they'll try and end a short slide.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Peter Karvouriaris of the Punishers. In a tight 3-2 battle vs Team Haiti, the skilled forward scored all three goals to decide the outcome.

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Monday May 21

St.Pats recover after slow start

In what was not a pleasant debut, the St.Pats pulled out the stops in the second period of the opening game to collect at least a point in the standings. They overcame a 3-0 deficit with goals only three minutes apart before settling for a draw. D.Desmarais had a monster game for Les Carmoni collecting points on every goal while netting his clubs lone shootout marker. The second contest was similar to the first one with Les Carmoni striking first. Then, before the period ended, S.Minkiewicz levelled the contest just shy of the buzzer. Neither side was than able to figure out the net minders in the following frame which led to a second straight breakaway competition. Out of the six combined shootout attempts, J.Formato was the only player to get it right. The St.Pats forward was able to score in both shootouts as the only player to figure out J.Meynard. The St.Pats managed to collect one win along with a tie by never once leading throughout the entire night.

(4)St.Pats vs Carmoni(4) S.O

(1)Carmoni vs St.Pats(2) S.O

Chic Choc edge out 1 Timer twice to kick start season

After grinding out a hard fought shootout win, the Chic Choc decided to go for a double. However, it wasn't till the latter stages of the second game where they pulled it together. The 1 Timer appeared to be in good shape for a very long stretch with G.Blais visioning a shutout up until they eventually fell off a cliff. Once L-P Beaupre broke the ice, the Chic Choc couldn't be stopped. That tally sparked D.Trinque to provide two quick goals handing the 1 Timer another devastating defeat. It may not be the start they wanted, but the 1 Timer know that both games could have easily gone either way.

(2)1 Timer vs Chic Choc(3) S.O

(3)Chic Choc vs 1 Timer(2)

Mighty Boyz run out of gas in split decision with Hustlers

If not for their electric start to the game, the Mighty Boyz risked going empty handed in their season debut with the recent champs. Instead, they came out charging resulting in three straight goals that barley held up in the end. J.Palmitano and M.Testolina, two names that will be often mentioned combined for all three goals that included a pair of bullets-from Palmitano. The Hustlers did begin their comeback posting two markers only to fall short. Even though they dropped the opening contest, the Hustlers felt very confident that they would respond with a victory. The Mighty Boyz didn't have the body count required to go the distance and it showed as they got bounced giving up five goals by the last period. P.Assadi led all teammates using his patented wrist shot bagging four goals while A.Stamiris added some mustard to his shots to beat M.Palmieri on two occasions.

(3)Mighty Boyz vs Hustlers(2)

(7)Hustlers vs Mighty Boyz(2)

C.Gingras enjoys a field day of hockey

C.Gingras, legitimately, never ceases to amaze. When you are that good, everyone tends to pay attention to you but maybe not in the case of Les Reds. They only realised it too late with the star player scoring along the lines of about eight goals in two games.  Maybe a tighter game plan would have helped. Nevertheless, he would still find his way on the score sheet numerous times no matter how you try and play him, especially with the fact of having a solid supporting cast. The good news for Les Reds is that they won't be confronting the Punishers in the playoffs as both teams are in different divisions. There only bright moment came when M.Piche was able to solve F.Russo for the only time in the night.

(0)Les Reds vs Punishers (5)

(6)Punishers vs Les Reds(1)

Captain S.Marricco beats the buzzer carrying the Tocas to a pair of victories

Leave it to the captain to get the job done. S.Marricco avoided the extra time by riffling his second just shy of the buzzer. This was one game that the United Arms shouldn't have dropped. A.Atamian had put his club up 2-1 with only 50 seconds left on the clock before things completely fell apart. R.Lavoie responded with an equaliser moments later, and S.Marricco put the final dagger to hand the United Arms a sour defeat. Unable to recover, the Tocas took advantage of a deflated side. The contest was nine minutes old when R.Elias provided a comfortable 3-0 lead with a power play goal. C.Maltese opened and closed the scoring while setting up his captain, and G.Castilloux was sharp in net allowing only three goals in two games.

(2)United Arms vs Tocas(3)

(5)Tocas vs Unite Arms(1)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Sandro Marricco of the Tocas. The captain led the way posting two game winning goals that included a buzzer beater in the opening match versus the United Arms.

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Monday May 7 (Finals)

(3)P-Ball vs Red Lite(4) O.T Game 3

K.Kuczmarski bats in a beauty to close out series, Red Lite crowned Champions

Trailing by three goals after an ugly first period, the P-Ball rallied to tie the game 4-4 only to see it vanish by overtime. Even though the push was great for the P-Ball, it just wasn't good enough in the end. The sudden death frame was only two minutes old when K.Kuczmarki's incredible eye hand coordination came into play. The Red Lite forward made something that looks so difficult so incredibly easy by batting the ball right past P-O Girouard. Prior to the goal, J.Gagne will be wondering for a while how he missed two golden opportunities to extend the series. The P-Ball captain wasted no time-from the overtime face off creating two very good chances for himself only to get denied twice by C.Lantin. This was the first of three games that could have easily gone either way. Unfortunately for the P-Ball, they didn't get that extra break necessary to make a series of it. Red Lite did the right thing by getting the better start which only put the pressure on their opponents to respond. They got scoring efforts-from five different players that included a sweet back hand breakaway goal-from J.Daoust. In the end, like good teams often do, they find ways to win. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Carl Ghilarducci and Red Lite for adding more hardware to their already full trophy cases.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Kevin Kuczmarski of Red Lite. By using his instincts and hand eye coordination, the Red Lite forward batted the series winning goal only two minutes into overtime.

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Red Lite winners of Premier division

Monday May 7 (Finals)

(3)P-Ball vs Red Lite(4) O.T Game 3

K.Kuczmarski bats in a beauty to close out series, Red Lite crowned Champions

Trailing by three goals after an ugly first period, the P-Ball rallied to tie the game 4-4 only to see it vanish by overtime. Even though the push was great for the P-Ball, it just wasn't good enough in the end. The sudden death frame was only two minutes old when K.Kuczmarki's incredible eye hand coordination came into play. The Red Lite forward made something that looks so difficult so incredibly easy by batting the ball right past P-O Girouard. Prior to the goal, J.Gagne will be wondering for a while how he missed two golden opportunities to extend the series. The P-Ball captain wasted no time-from the overtime face off creating two very good chances for himself only to get denied twice by C.Lantin. This was the first of three games that could have easily gone either way. Unfortunately for the P-Ball, they didn't get that extra break necessary to make a series of it. Red Lite did the right thing by getting the better start which only put the pressure on their opponents to respond. They got scoring efforts-from five different players that included a sweet back hand breakaway goal-from J.Daoust. In the end, like good teams often do, they find ways to win. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Carl Ghilarducci and Red Lite for adding more hardware to their already full trophy cases.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Kevin Kuczmarski of Red Lite. By using his instincts and hand eye coordination, the Red Lite forward batted the series winning goal only two minutes into overtime.

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Red Lite A Division Champions

Monday May 15(Finals)

(2)Black Knights vs Red Lite(4) Game 3

Red Lite crowned again as best team in hockey

After only three games in, Red Lite defeated the Black Knights 4-2, to complete a three game sweep and win the Premier division once more. Despite a respectable effort, the Black Knights got deflated in the third period where Red Lite capitalized twice less than a minute apart. J.Provost-Blais snapped the dreaded 2-2 tie for his second with the man advantage, and M.David put the final dagger only moment s later, also for his second that surely provided enough of a lead with eight minutes remaining. Every game was close in this series but the Black knights couldn’t get that timely goal to get any sort of advantage. The saying of good teams always find a way to win surely summed up this series. Red Lite, whether they trail or play with a tie will more often than not find a way to get the job done. Once again, the ball hockey giants proved to everyone how good they really are by winning the Premier division. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations goes out to Carl Ghilarducci and the rest of Red Lite for capturing the A division title.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Joel Provost-Blais. The forward scored back to back goals that snapped a third period tie along with providing an assist to finish with a solid three point night.

Note that both Red Lite and the Black Knights will be representing Quebec at this years Nationals. Red Lite will be classified as QB1 and the Black Knights will be QB2.The event will take place from August 7 - 13 at Saint John New Brunswick. 

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3 Quebecers announced on Men's Masters Team Canada going to Bermuda for Worlds

It's an honour for the CBHA to announce the Men's Masters Team Canada's 23 man roster for the World Championship in Hamilton, Bermuda...

The past experiences at the Worlds in Tampa Bay in 2014, in Banff in 2016 and at the Nationals in Ottawa in 2015 and in Saint John, New Brunswick in 2017 guided us to select our roster. Every team that competed this past August in Saint John will be represented in Bermuda. The great competition at nationals permitted us to form Masters Team Canada. Selecting the roster is always very difficult because there are so many 40+ fantastic players in the country. We selected a team that will be talented and strong at every position. Forwards, defensemen and the goaltenders will give everything they got to compete for the coveted gold medal.

General Manager Francois Chalut " I would like to congratulate all the players that were considered to make this team but especially these twenty-three outstanding athletes on their selection on Masters Team Canada 2018."

We lost something in Banff that belonged to us since 2014 in Tampa Bay and the quest to regain it in Bermuda has already started.

The tournament will take place September 26-30, 2018.

Goaltenders:
Chevy Platt, Oshawa, Ontario
Daniel Medeiros, Toronto, Ontario
Claude Fortin, Montreal, Quebec

Defense
Chris Sirovyak, Vancouver, British Columbia
Mike Woychyshyn, Calgary, Alberta
François Jobin, Varennes, Quebec
John Jarvis, Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick
Trent Gaudon, Palgrave, Ontario
Chris Manos, Richmond Hill, Ontario
James Mentis, Brampton, Ontario

Forwards:
Peter Cabral, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Terry Ryan, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Jeremy Bishop, Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Sandro Morello, Pointe-Claire, Quebec
Jason Cormier, Edmonton, Alberta
Dan MacKinnon, Calgary, Alberta
Dallas Merkler, Edmonton, Alberta
Jason Toth, Ajax, Ontario
Phil Colella, New Tecumseth, Ontario
Mike Porter, Oakville, Ontario
Jamie Tobin, Cape Broyle, Newfoundland
Claude Turmelle, Ottawa, Ontario
Jason Prévost, Ottawa, Ontario

General Manager: 
François Chalut

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Team Slovakia Wins Gold Medal at WC 5vs5 in Pardubice,Cz Republic--

Team Slovakia Wins Gold Medal at WC 5vs5 in Pardubice,Cz Republic-- Three-peat: Slovaks win wild, back-and-forth final.Canada wins silver

Patrik Svitana’s power-play goal with 1:55 left in regulation time broke a 4-4 tie, as the Slovaks won a gold-medal game in which they blew a three-goal lead, then had to come from behind themselves. Michal Hrivnak of Slovakia and Danick Martel of Canada each had two goals and one assist in the game, which Slovakia won 6-4 to “three-peat” as Men’s Ball Hockey World Champions.

 

Svitana’s goal was the first in a tension-filled third period, but the way the game started, it didn’t seem like the third period would be meaningful at all.

Slovakia struck twice before the game was a minute old, and made it 3-0 by the 7:22 mark. Jaroslav Martiniuk got things started just 19 seconds in, charging through the middle and surprising Tim Barlow with a low shot to the blocker side. Then they went right back to the attack and the Canadians couldn’t clear the zone after Lukas Madera fired a shot off the goalpost, with Hrivnak eventually sliding the puck into the net with Barlow down and out. The third goal was on a slapper by Boris Oravec on the power play, and it looked like the game would become a blowout, with the many Slovaks in attendance going crazy.

Just 34 seconds after Oravec’s goal, Remi Laurencelle got the Canadians on the board, beating Petrik five-hole from the left-wing side. Then they went to the power play shortly afterward and it took them just 14 seconds to strike, with Martel firing a blast over tournament MVP Stanislav Petrik’s shoulder.

Barlow and Petrik, who both posted shutouts in their teams’ semi-final wins, had now combined for five goals against in less than nine minutes.

The game settled down for a time after the wild start, but a pair of Slovak penalties late in the second period opened the door for the Canadians to strike twice and take their first lead of the game. On a 5-on-3, Martel’s second of the game tied it, a one-timer set up perfectly by Victor Azevedo. Then 51 seconds later they scored up one man after some nice tic-tac-toe passing finished off by Marcus Power, which thrilled the few Canadian fans in attendance and left the Slovak majority in stunned silence.

They would have something to cheer about before the period was finished, though. With 1:10 left in the middle frame, some pretty passing led to Milan Rampacek firing a ball into the open side, with Barlow having no chance.

Slovakia went hard for the win in the third period, getting several great chances, but after a shaky start, Barlow was now playing great. However, back on their heels, the Canadians took three penalties in a row trying to contain the Slovak push. They had a two-man advantage for a time, and while still up one man, the ball was worked to Svitana at the point, who’s one-time blast went through everybody, and sent the arena into bedlam.

After an empty-net goal from Hrivnak, the Slovak fans, whose emotions had been toyed with all night long, could finally let loose and start celebrating. After the final horn, they serenaded their now three-time ball hockey champions with the chant: “Zlaty hattrick.”

Reactions

Ian Moores (head coach of Canada): I think we had a great tournament. I’ve got a lot of respect for my players, the coaching staff and the Canadian Ball Hockey Association. We represented the country proudly and well. It’s disappointing to come fall short here today, we were tied coming into the third period, it could have gone either way. Overall I think we had a good tournament but going home without the trophy certainly sucks. I think the host committee did an amazing job here. The host city was great, the Czech Republic overall is a great country. They treated us with hospitality.

Jozef Ďuriš (headcoach Slovakia): We came into final with that, we want win it. We had great beginning, we caught Canada in first minutes off-guard, after them, we took the lead 3:0. But whole match was before us. That was confirmed, Canada turned around toi 4:3. But with enourmous will, enthusiasm and patience we turned the game in the end and gain the third title in the row.

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