Jr. Bulldogs take an early bite out of the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to put the bite on the competition.

In recent league play, the team defeated Guelph 4-2. Michael Werner and Michael Menicanin each scored one, while Conner Murphy added two for the Bulldogs. Michael Caluori was in net.

Hamilton went on to defeated Niagara, 6-2. Goal scorers for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, Quentin Maksimovich with two goals, Jordan Harris (one goal) and Connor Murphy (one goal). Michael Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs did have one setback in regular play, losing their first game of the season to Guelph, 4-1. Adam Burnett scored Hamilton's lone goal. Caluori was in net for the loss.

HAMILTON INTERNATIONAL

At the recent Tim Hortons Hamilton International Tournament, the Jr. Bulldogs AAA minor atom team pulled out all the stops to make it to the semi-final game.

In game one, Hamilton defeated the Brantford 99ers, 6-2, with goals from DiGiacinto (two), Chris Haigh (two), Adam Burnett and Brandon Kolaski. Michael Singh was in net.

The Bulldogs closed down the Hamilton Wings in game two, 12-0. Haigh, Michael Werner, Quentin Maksimovich, Nathan Tandan and Connor Murphy each registered two goals, with singles added by Carlo Difeo and Burnett. Netminders Caluori and Singh shared the shutout.

Up next were the London Jr. Knights. Werner was good for three goals, while Tandan, Murphy and Kolaski each put one in for a final score of 6-4 for Hamilton. Caluori did the honours in net.

Up against the Kitchener Rangers in the semi-final, Werner netted two goals, but the Bulldogs were outscored, 3-2. Singh was in net.

LEAGUE PLAY

Back in regular season play, the Bulldogs defeated Halton 3-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich, Haigh, and DiGiacinto. Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated Guelph, 5-1, with goals from Werner (4) and Connor Murphy. Caluori was in net for the win.

Bulldogs also bested the Burlington Eagles 9-2. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich (3), DiGiacinto (3), Haigh, Difeo and Nathan Tandan with one each. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Jr. Bulldogs take an early bite out of the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to put the bite on the competition.

In recent league play, the team defeated Guelph 4-2. Michael Werner and Michael Menicanin each scored one, while Conner Murphy added two for the Bulldogs. Michael Caluori was in net.

Hamilton went on to defeated Niagara, 6-2. Goal scorers for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, Quentin Maksimovich with two goals, Jordan Harris (one goal) and Connor Murphy (one goal). Michael Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs did have one setback in regular play, losing their first game of the season to Guelph, 4-1. Adam Burnett scored Hamilton's lone goal. Caluori was in net for the loss.

HAMILTON INTERNATIONAL

At the recent Tim Hortons Hamilton International Tournament, the Jr. Bulldogs AAA minor atom team pulled out all the stops to make it to the semi-final game.

In game one, Hamilton defeated the Brantford 99ers, 6-2, with goals from DiGiacinto (two), Chris Haigh (two), Adam Burnett and Brandon Kolaski. Michael Singh was in net.

The Bulldogs closed down the Hamilton Wings in game two, 12-0. Haigh, Michael Werner, Quentin Maksimovich, Nathan Tandan and Connor Murphy each registered two goals, with singles added by Carlo Difeo and Burnett. Netminders Caluori and Singh shared the shutout.

Up next were the London Jr. Knights. Werner was good for three goals, while Tandan, Murphy and Kolaski each put one in for a final score of 6-4 for Hamilton. Caluori did the honours in net.

Up against the Kitchener Rangers in the semi-final, Werner netted two goals, but the Bulldogs were outscored, 3-2. Singh was in net.

LEAGUE PLAY

Back in regular season play, the Bulldogs defeated Halton 3-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich, Haigh, and DiGiacinto. Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated Guelph, 5-1, with goals from Werner (4) and Connor Murphy. Caluori was in net for the win.

Bulldogs also bested the Burlington Eagles 9-2. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich (3), DiGiacinto (3), Haigh, Difeo and Nathan Tandan with one each. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Jr. Bulldogs take an early bite out of the competition

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs continue to put the bite on the competition.

In recent league play, the team defeated Guelph 4-2. Michael Werner and Michael Menicanin each scored one, while Conner Murphy added two for the Bulldogs. Michael Caluori was in net.

Hamilton went on to defeated Niagara, 6-2. Goal scorers for the Bulldogs were Cristiano DiGiacinto with two goals, Quentin Maksimovich with two goals, Jordan Harris (one goal) and Connor Murphy (one goal). Michael Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs did have one setback in regular play, losing their first game of the season to Guelph, 4-1. Adam Burnett scored Hamilton's lone goal. Caluori was in net for the loss.

HAMILTON INTERNATIONAL

At the recent Tim Hortons Hamilton International Tournament, the Jr. Bulldogs AAA minor atom team pulled out all the stops to make it to the semi-final game.

In game one, Hamilton defeated the Brantford 99ers, 6-2, with goals from DiGiacinto (two), Chris Haigh (two), Adam Burnett and Brandon Kolaski. Michael Singh was in net.

The Bulldogs closed down the Hamilton Wings in game two, 12-0. Haigh, Michael Werner, Quentin Maksimovich, Nathan Tandan and Connor Murphy each registered two goals, with singles added by Carlo Difeo and Burnett. Netminders Caluori and Singh shared the shutout.

Up next were the London Jr. Knights. Werner was good for three goals, while Tandan, Murphy and Kolaski each put one in for a final score of 6-4 for Hamilton. Caluori did the honours in net.

Up against the Kitchener Rangers in the semi-final, Werner netted two goals, but the Bulldogs were outscored, 3-2. Singh was in net.

LEAGUE PLAY

Back in regular season play, the Bulldogs defeated Halton 3-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich, Haigh, and DiGiacinto. Singh was in net for the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated Guelph, 5-1, with goals from Werner (4) and Connor Murphy. Caluori was in net for the win.

Bulldogs also bested the Burlington Eagles 9-2. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Maksimovich (3), DiGiacinto (3), Haigh, Difeo and Nathan Tandan with one each. Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski