Bantams take it all the way at Silver Stick

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantams captured silver medals in the Good Life Hockey Tournament in Milton.

The championship game had the Sabres up against the Clarington Toros, with both teams winning four games to get to the final.

The Flamborough boys played a tight checking game until the second period, when the Toros scored the first goal.

The Sabres' trio of Zack Everett, Eric Brandt and Brayden McLean put up a strong defensive effort, but couldn't hold the Toros back, and Clarington went on to win the tournament, 2-0.

The championship game turned out to be anti-climactic after the victory in the semi- final against tourney hosts, the Milton Maple Leafs.

The Sabres started the scoring in the first period. Jacob Hubbs hit the back of the net with a top corner shot assisted by linemates Patrick Brennan and Justin Holmes.

Flamborough's netminder Spencer Scott kicked out 15 shots to hold onto a 1-1 tie after regulation to send the game into overtime.

In the overtime period, Sean Irving lit up the board with a goal assisted by Brett Noiles to beat the Maple Leafs, 2-1 and earn the berth in the final.

In earlier games, Flamborough managed two shutouts and a tie.

Up against Ajax, the Sabres won 4-0. Brennan got on the board with two goals, Roy LaChappelle added a goal and an assist and Sean Irving scored the fourth Flamborough marker. Assists went to Alex Standen, Chris Ferguson, and Mitchell Weyrauch.

The tournament's top skills goalie, Sabre Joel Thomson, earned the team's shut out.

In its second game, Flamborough stopped Ancaster Avalanche, 3-0.

Chris Ferguson netted two goals assisted by Dylan Leahy, who then scored the third goal assisted jointly by Brennan and Mitch Weyrauch.

The opening game of the tourney pitted the Sabres against the Mississauga North Stars. Brennan started the scoring in the first period unassisted and in the second assisted by Brett Noiles. Goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in for the 2-2 tie.

The Sabres' regular season continues as the AA Minor Bantam team gears up for the playoffs with a 9-12 standing.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle

Bantams take it all the way at Silver Stick

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantams captured silver medals in the Good Life Hockey Tournament in Milton.

The championship game had the Sabres up against the Clarington Toros, with both teams winning four games to get to the final.

The Flamborough boys played a tight checking game until the second period, when the Toros scored the first goal.

The Sabres' trio of Zack Everett, Eric Brandt and Brayden McLean put up a strong defensive effort, but couldn't hold the Toros back, and Clarington went on to win the tournament, 2-0.

The championship game turned out to be anti-climactic after the victory in the semi- final against tourney hosts, the Milton Maple Leafs.

The Sabres started the scoring in the first period. Jacob Hubbs hit the back of the net with a top corner shot assisted by linemates Patrick Brennan and Justin Holmes.

Flamborough's netminder Spencer Scott kicked out 15 shots to hold onto a 1-1 tie after regulation to send the game into overtime.

In the overtime period, Sean Irving lit up the board with a goal assisted by Brett Noiles to beat the Maple Leafs, 2-1 and earn the berth in the final.

In earlier games, Flamborough managed two shutouts and a tie.

Up against Ajax, the Sabres won 4-0. Brennan got on the board with two goals, Roy LaChappelle added a goal and an assist and Sean Irving scored the fourth Flamborough marker. Assists went to Alex Standen, Chris Ferguson, and Mitchell Weyrauch.

The tournament's top skills goalie, Sabre Joel Thomson, earned the team's shut out.

In its second game, Flamborough stopped Ancaster Avalanche, 3-0.

Chris Ferguson netted two goals assisted by Dylan Leahy, who then scored the third goal assisted jointly by Brennan and Mitch Weyrauch.

The opening game of the tourney pitted the Sabres against the Mississauga North Stars. Brennan started the scoring in the first period unassisted and in the second assisted by Brett Noiles. Goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in for the 2-2 tie.

The Sabres' regular season continues as the AA Minor Bantam team gears up for the playoffs with a 9-12 standing.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle

Bantams take it all the way at Silver Stick

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Flamborough Sabres AA Minor Bantams captured silver medals in the Good Life Hockey Tournament in Milton.

The championship game had the Sabres up against the Clarington Toros, with both teams winning four games to get to the final.

The Flamborough boys played a tight checking game until the second period, when the Toros scored the first goal.

The Sabres' trio of Zack Everett, Eric Brandt and Brayden McLean put up a strong defensive effort, but couldn't hold the Toros back, and Clarington went on to win the tournament, 2-0.

The championship game turned out to be anti-climactic after the victory in the semi- final against tourney hosts, the Milton Maple Leafs.

The Sabres started the scoring in the first period. Jacob Hubbs hit the back of the net with a top corner shot assisted by linemates Patrick Brennan and Justin Holmes.

Flamborough's netminder Spencer Scott kicked out 15 shots to hold onto a 1-1 tie after regulation to send the game into overtime.

In the overtime period, Sean Irving lit up the board with a goal assisted by Brett Noiles to beat the Maple Leafs, 2-1 and earn the berth in the final.

In earlier games, Flamborough managed two shutouts and a tie.

Up against Ajax, the Sabres won 4-0. Brennan got on the board with two goals, Roy LaChappelle added a goal and an assist and Sean Irving scored the fourth Flamborough marker. Assists went to Alex Standen, Chris Ferguson, and Mitchell Weyrauch.

The tournament's top skills goalie, Sabre Joel Thomson, earned the team's shut out.

In its second game, Flamborough stopped Ancaster Avalanche, 3-0.

Chris Ferguson netted two goals assisted by Dylan Leahy, who then scored the third goal assisted jointly by Brennan and Mitch Weyrauch.

The opening game of the tourney pitted the Sabres against the Mississauga North Stars. Brennan started the scoring in the first period unassisted and in the second assisted by Brett Noiles. Goaltender Joel Thomson held the team in for the 2-2 tie.

The Sabres' regular season continues as the AA Minor Bantam team gears up for the playoffs with a 9-12 standing.

-Submitted by Phil La Chappelle