FGHA Sabres skewer Hawks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After a two-week Christmas break, the FGHA PeeWee B Sabres came back to the ice on January 10, eager and ready to play. They skated hard and played a fast physical game against the Hamilton Hawks, winning a tough 1-0 game. Their season record stands at 10 wins, 1 loss and 2 ties, keeping them in first place in their division.

Kelly Henley played an outstanding game in net, earning her seventh shut-out of the season. Coach Jeff said that Kelly has an incredible ability to read the play and is one of the best goalies he has ever had the opportunity to coach.

Coaches Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner were impressed with the ability of the team to jump right back into step after two weeks off the ice.

Blair McConnochie played a strong game and put in a beautiful shot off the goal post during the second period. Centre Lindsey Tracey excelled in her tough assignment of shutting down the opposition's power forward, and Harmony Anderson and Tina Casaluce displayed grit and determination on the forward line, digging in when the going got tough. The game-winning goal was netted by winger Morgan Walters.

The Pee Wee B Sabres season was made possible by sponsors Bryan Burnside State Farm Insurance, Sun Canada Pipe Line and Dr. Derrick Thornborrow, Waterdown Optometric.

-Submitted by Marianne Voorthuyzen

FGHA Sabres skewer Hawks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After a two-week Christmas break, the FGHA PeeWee B Sabres came back to the ice on January 10, eager and ready to play. They skated hard and played a fast physical game against the Hamilton Hawks, winning a tough 1-0 game. Their season record stands at 10 wins, 1 loss and 2 ties, keeping them in first place in their division.

Kelly Henley played an outstanding game in net, earning her seventh shut-out of the season. Coach Jeff said that Kelly has an incredible ability to read the play and is one of the best goalies he has ever had the opportunity to coach.

Coaches Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner were impressed with the ability of the team to jump right back into step after two weeks off the ice.

Blair McConnochie played a strong game and put in a beautiful shot off the goal post during the second period. Centre Lindsey Tracey excelled in her tough assignment of shutting down the opposition's power forward, and Harmony Anderson and Tina Casaluce displayed grit and determination on the forward line, digging in when the going got tough. The game-winning goal was netted by winger Morgan Walters.

The Pee Wee B Sabres season was made possible by sponsors Bryan Burnside State Farm Insurance, Sun Canada Pipe Line and Dr. Derrick Thornborrow, Waterdown Optometric.

-Submitted by Marianne Voorthuyzen

FGHA Sabres skewer Hawks

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

After a two-week Christmas break, the FGHA PeeWee B Sabres came back to the ice on January 10, eager and ready to play. They skated hard and played a fast physical game against the Hamilton Hawks, winning a tough 1-0 game. Their season record stands at 10 wins, 1 loss and 2 ties, keeping them in first place in their division.

Kelly Henley played an outstanding game in net, earning her seventh shut-out of the season. Coach Jeff said that Kelly has an incredible ability to read the play and is one of the best goalies he has ever had the opportunity to coach.

Coaches Dave Anderson and Doug Drochner were impressed with the ability of the team to jump right back into step after two weeks off the ice.

Blair McConnochie played a strong game and put in a beautiful shot off the goal post during the second period. Centre Lindsey Tracey excelled in her tough assignment of shutting down the opposition's power forward, and Harmony Anderson and Tina Casaluce displayed grit and determination on the forward line, digging in when the going got tough. The game-winning goal was netted by winger Morgan Walters.

The Pee Wee B Sabres season was made possible by sponsors Bryan Burnside State Farm Insurance, Sun Canada Pipe Line and Dr. Derrick Thornborrow, Waterdown Optometric.

-Submitted by Marianne Voorthuyzen