Minor Bantams lay down 3-game streak

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantam team went on the road to Orangeville as the Flyers tried to break the Sabres' unbeaten streak.

The Sabres played a tight-checking first period before finally touching the twine. Eric Brandt scored in the second period assisted by Kyle Mundell and Sean Irving to give the Sabres a 1-0 lead.

Brayden McLean hugged the post to get the second Sabres marker assisted by Jacob Hubbs and Mundell. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott held off the Flyers with 25 saves until late in the third period when Orangeville scored two to tie the game.

Home ice at North Wentworth seems to be the winning spot for this Bantam squad. Hosting the Stoney Creek Warriors on that small ice surface, the Sabres scored twice in the second period. Patrick Brennan, assisted by Justin Holmes and Zach Everett, to put Flamborough ahead, 1-0.

The Warriors fought back to match the score 1-1. Then, late in the second period, Sean Irving scored the clincher assisted by Chris Ferguson and Brett Noiles.

Sabres goalie Joel Thomson kicked out 22 shots to keep the Sabres' unbeaten streak intact. Final score was 2-1, Sabres.

TUMBLING THE AVALANCHE

The Ancaster Avalanche tried its luck at breaking the Sabres' home ice advantage but ended up playing catch-up during the whole game at North Wentworth. Noiles scored in the first period to cheering fans assisted by Brennan and McLean, putting the Sabers up, 1-0.

In the second period, Dylan Leahey scored with a hard wrist shot assisted by Alex Standen to take a 2-0 lead. Spencer Scott kept the Sabres in front with 22 great saves. In the third period, Mitchell Weyrauch, assisted by Mundell, hit the empty net to secure a 3-1 final score.

The Greg Brandt, Aker Kvaerner Songer Minor Bantam AA Sabers now hold a 7-2 record good for a solid 3rd place in the Tri County division.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle

Minor Bantams lay down 3-game streak

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantam team went on the road to Orangeville as the Flyers tried to break the Sabres' unbeaten streak.

The Sabres played a tight-checking first period before finally touching the twine. Eric Brandt scored in the second period assisted by Kyle Mundell and Sean Irving to give the Sabres a 1-0 lead.

Brayden McLean hugged the post to get the second Sabres marker assisted by Jacob Hubbs and Mundell. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott held off the Flyers with 25 saves until late in the third period when Orangeville scored two to tie the game.

Home ice at North Wentworth seems to be the winning spot for this Bantam squad. Hosting the Stoney Creek Warriors on that small ice surface, the Sabres scored twice in the second period. Patrick Brennan, assisted by Justin Holmes and Zach Everett, to put Flamborough ahead, 1-0.

The Warriors fought back to match the score 1-1. Then, late in the second period, Sean Irving scored the clincher assisted by Chris Ferguson and Brett Noiles.

Sabres goalie Joel Thomson kicked out 22 shots to keep the Sabres' unbeaten streak intact. Final score was 2-1, Sabres.

TUMBLING THE AVALANCHE

The Ancaster Avalanche tried its luck at breaking the Sabres' home ice advantage but ended up playing catch-up during the whole game at North Wentworth. Noiles scored in the first period to cheering fans assisted by Brennan and McLean, putting the Sabers up, 1-0.

In the second period, Dylan Leahey scored with a hard wrist shot assisted by Alex Standen to take a 2-0 lead. Spencer Scott kept the Sabres in front with 22 great saves. In the third period, Mitchell Weyrauch, assisted by Mundell, hit the empty net to secure a 3-1 final score.

The Greg Brandt, Aker Kvaerner Songer Minor Bantam AA Sabers now hold a 7-2 record good for a solid 3rd place in the Tri County division.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle

Minor Bantams lay down 3-game streak

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantam team went on the road to Orangeville as the Flyers tried to break the Sabres' unbeaten streak.

The Sabres played a tight-checking first period before finally touching the twine. Eric Brandt scored in the second period assisted by Kyle Mundell and Sean Irving to give the Sabres a 1-0 lead.

Brayden McLean hugged the post to get the second Sabres marker assisted by Jacob Hubbs and Mundell. Flamborough netminder Spencer Scott held off the Flyers with 25 saves until late in the third period when Orangeville scored two to tie the game.

Home ice at North Wentworth seems to be the winning spot for this Bantam squad. Hosting the Stoney Creek Warriors on that small ice surface, the Sabres scored twice in the second period. Patrick Brennan, assisted by Justin Holmes and Zach Everett, to put Flamborough ahead, 1-0.

The Warriors fought back to match the score 1-1. Then, late in the second period, Sean Irving scored the clincher assisted by Chris Ferguson and Brett Noiles.

Sabres goalie Joel Thomson kicked out 22 shots to keep the Sabres' unbeaten streak intact. Final score was 2-1, Sabres.

TUMBLING THE AVALANCHE

The Ancaster Avalanche tried its luck at breaking the Sabres' home ice advantage but ended up playing catch-up during the whole game at North Wentworth. Noiles scored in the first period to cheering fans assisted by Brennan and McLean, putting the Sabers up, 1-0.

In the second period, Dylan Leahey scored with a hard wrist shot assisted by Alex Standen to take a 2-0 lead. Spencer Scott kept the Sabres in front with 22 great saves. In the third period, Mitchell Weyrauch, assisted by Mundell, hit the empty net to secure a 3-1 final score.

The Greg Brandt, Aker Kvaerner Songer Minor Bantam AA Sabers now hold a 7-2 record good for a solid 3rd place in the Tri County division.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle