Junior Bulldogs thunder through season with win over Niagara

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs Minor Atom AAA continued to nip at the competition, in a series of games in recent weeks.

The Bulldogs defeated Niagara Falls Thunder 5-4. Carlo Difeo, Michael Werner, Cristiano DiGiacinto, Quentin Maksimovich and Michael Menicanin scored a goal apiece in the win. Michael Caluori was in net.

It wasn't all smooth sailing, as Hamilton was next handed a 6-0 shutout by a tough Halton team.

The Bulldogs bounced back with a commanding 7-1 win over Burlington. Jordan Harris and Christopher Haigh netted two goals each, while Brandon Kolaski, Werner and DiGiacinto added markers in the win.

Up against Niagara Falls, Hamilton once again dominated, muffling the Thunder's roar with a 4-0 shutout.

Maksimovich hit the net three times, and Connor Murphy added a marker in the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated St. Catharines 6-0, with Werner scoring twice and Difeo, DiGiancinto, Haigh and Nathan Tandan adding one each.

In a second face-off against Halton, Hamilton fared better, managing a 3-3 tie. DiGiacinto was good for two goals, and Maksimovich added one marker in the win.

Up against the Oakville Rangers, the Bulldogs recorded a 5-0 shutout with Maksimovich hitting the net twice and DiGiacinto, Difeo and Menicanin adding one apiece.

Hamilton went on to dominate in a match against the St. Catharines AAA team, 10-2. Murphy and Werner each scored two goals, while Difeo, Haigh, Harris, DiGiacinto, Menicanin and Alexander Viola also made the board. Michael Singh and Caluori shared netminding duties for the win.

In tournament play, the Bulldogs defeated the West Seneca Wings, 12-1.

DiGiacinto hit the twine once, while Maksimovich scored three goals. Haigh was unstoppable, netting four and Tandan, Difeo, Kolaski and Adam Burnett each added one.

Up against Elgin, the Bulldogs came out on top, 6-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Justin Bell with one goal, Maksimovich with three, Haigh with one and Murphy with one.

The Bulldogs lost to Mississauga Rebels, 5-4. Maksimovich, Bell, Murphy and Werner scored for Hamilton.

The Bulldogs bounced back in overtime play to defeat Rochester 2-1 in the semi-final match.

Maksimovich hit the net during regular play, while Haigh scored the winner in the extra frame. Singh was in net for the win.

Hamilton went on to defeat Halton 3-1 to clinch the championship.

Bell, Murphy and Werner scored one apiece and Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Junior Bulldogs thunder through season with win over Niagara

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs Minor Atom AAA continued to nip at the competition, in a series of games in recent weeks.

The Bulldogs defeated Niagara Falls Thunder 5-4. Carlo Difeo, Michael Werner, Cristiano DiGiacinto, Quentin Maksimovich and Michael Menicanin scored a goal apiece in the win. Michael Caluori was in net.

It wasn't all smooth sailing, as Hamilton was next handed a 6-0 shutout by a tough Halton team.

The Bulldogs bounced back with a commanding 7-1 win over Burlington. Jordan Harris and Christopher Haigh netted two goals each, while Brandon Kolaski, Werner and DiGiacinto added markers in the win.

Up against Niagara Falls, Hamilton once again dominated, muffling the Thunder's roar with a 4-0 shutout.

Maksimovich hit the net three times, and Connor Murphy added a marker in the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated St. Catharines 6-0, with Werner scoring twice and Difeo, DiGiancinto, Haigh and Nathan Tandan adding one each.

In a second face-off against Halton, Hamilton fared better, managing a 3-3 tie. DiGiacinto was good for two goals, and Maksimovich added one marker in the win.

Up against the Oakville Rangers, the Bulldogs recorded a 5-0 shutout with Maksimovich hitting the net twice and DiGiacinto, Difeo and Menicanin adding one apiece.

Hamilton went on to dominate in a match against the St. Catharines AAA team, 10-2. Murphy and Werner each scored two goals, while Difeo, Haigh, Harris, DiGiacinto, Menicanin and Alexander Viola also made the board. Michael Singh and Caluori shared netminding duties for the win.

In tournament play, the Bulldogs defeated the West Seneca Wings, 12-1.

DiGiacinto hit the twine once, while Maksimovich scored three goals. Haigh was unstoppable, netting four and Tandan, Difeo, Kolaski and Adam Burnett each added one.

Up against Elgin, the Bulldogs came out on top, 6-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Justin Bell with one goal, Maksimovich with three, Haigh with one and Murphy with one.

The Bulldogs lost to Mississauga Rebels, 5-4. Maksimovich, Bell, Murphy and Werner scored for Hamilton.

The Bulldogs bounced back in overtime play to defeat Rochester 2-1 in the semi-final match.

Maksimovich hit the net during regular play, while Haigh scored the winner in the extra frame. Singh was in net for the win.

Hamilton went on to defeat Halton 3-1 to clinch the championship.

Bell, Murphy and Werner scored one apiece and Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski

Junior Bulldogs thunder through season with win over Niagara

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Hamilton Junior Bulldogs Minor Atom AAA continued to nip at the competition, in a series of games in recent weeks.

The Bulldogs defeated Niagara Falls Thunder 5-4. Carlo Difeo, Michael Werner, Cristiano DiGiacinto, Quentin Maksimovich and Michael Menicanin scored a goal apiece in the win. Michael Caluori was in net.

It wasn't all smooth sailing, as Hamilton was next handed a 6-0 shutout by a tough Halton team.

The Bulldogs bounced back with a commanding 7-1 win over Burlington. Jordan Harris and Christopher Haigh netted two goals each, while Brandon Kolaski, Werner and DiGiacinto added markers in the win.

Up against Niagara Falls, Hamilton once again dominated, muffling the Thunder's roar with a 4-0 shutout.

Maksimovich hit the net three times, and Connor Murphy added a marker in the win.

The Bulldogs next defeated St. Catharines 6-0, with Werner scoring twice and Difeo, DiGiancinto, Haigh and Nathan Tandan adding one each.

In a second face-off against Halton, Hamilton fared better, managing a 3-3 tie. DiGiacinto was good for two goals, and Maksimovich added one marker in the win.

Up against the Oakville Rangers, the Bulldogs recorded a 5-0 shutout with Maksimovich hitting the net twice and DiGiacinto, Difeo and Menicanin adding one apiece.

Hamilton went on to dominate in a match against the St. Catharines AAA team, 10-2. Murphy and Werner each scored two goals, while Difeo, Haigh, Harris, DiGiacinto, Menicanin and Alexander Viola also made the board. Michael Singh and Caluori shared netminding duties for the win.

In tournament play, the Bulldogs defeated the West Seneca Wings, 12-1.

DiGiacinto hit the twine once, while Maksimovich scored three goals. Haigh was unstoppable, netting four and Tandan, Difeo, Kolaski and Adam Burnett each added one.

Up against Elgin, the Bulldogs came out on top, 6-1. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Justin Bell with one goal, Maksimovich with three, Haigh with one and Murphy with one.

The Bulldogs lost to Mississauga Rebels, 5-4. Maksimovich, Bell, Murphy and Werner scored for Hamilton.

The Bulldogs bounced back in overtime play to defeat Rochester 2-1 in the semi-final match.

Maksimovich hit the net during regular play, while Haigh scored the winner in the extra frame. Singh was in net for the win.

Hamilton went on to defeat Halton 3-1 to clinch the championship.

Bell, Murphy and Werner scored one apiece and Singh was in net for the win.

-Submitted by George Kolaski