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OMHA Semi-Finalists
Submitted By jscratch on Monday, March 7, 2011
Written by Karen Maisonneuve. 
Wednesday evening we headed over to the Sherk Centre to face-off against the Southpoint Capitals for some Bluewater action.  Both Jonathan Chippett and Kam Quinlan shared goaltending duties in this game.             In the 1st, our boys looked strong from the beginning.  Brett Schmidt put us on the board first with a goal assisted by Kevin Dame.  The period ended 1-0.

The 2nd period was much of the same.  Our forwards were able to feed the defense the puck in the Capitals end enabling them to take lots of shots from the point.  Unfortunately, we were unable to capitalize and the score was unchanged at 1-0.

            The Capitals were able to tie it up in the 3rd but our boys did not let up.  It was Austin Scratch that got it passed the goalie during a power play, setup by Noah Lauzon and Jake Maisonneuve.  Next up was another goal by Brett Schmidt finding the back of the net with help from Andrew Lachine and Jake Maisonneuve.  With less than a minute to go, Noah Lauzon cleared the puck to Dyllon Noakes who fed it to Austin Scratch.  Austin shot at the empty net to finish up the game 4-1.

            Friday afternoon, we headed back down the 401 to New Hamburg for Game 3 of the series playdowns.  Toward the end of the 1st  period,  Austin Scratch took a pass from Matt O’Neil and scored on the breakaway.  New Hamburg was able to follow it up shortly after with one of their own.

            Kam Quinlan saw plenty of action in the 2nd as the Huskies pounded him with shot after shot.  He was able to keep the game from running away by allowing only 2 goals.  In the last couple of minutes, Hunter Hendricks passed the puck up to Austin Scratch.  Austin shot a bullet to the net and past the goaltender to bring us within 1.  Once again though, New Hamburg slipped another one in to finish the period leading 4-2.

            In the 3rd, Jake Maisonneuve passed the puck up to Bret Schmidt who sent it across to Andrew Lachine.  Andrew found the far side of the net.  With time ticking away, and the Huskies all over the ice, Calvin Ross was able to sneak the puck out of our end up the boards to Jake Maisonneuve, who went in on the goalie and tied up the game at 4.  The period ended in a 4-4 tie and sent us in to Sudden Death OT.

            The play continued much the same with our boys struggling to clear our end.  With only 4.8 seconds left, the boys suffered a heart-breaking loss and a long ride home.

            New Hamburg was back in Essex on Saturday with our team facing elimination.  Unfortunately, things did not go well.

 

It wasn’t a sight to see

Goals against mounted quickly

They got back on their bus

It’s Bluewater for us

The win was not meant to be

 

Way to go, Dyllon Noakes for putting us on the board assisted by Matt O’Neil in the 2nd period.

Congratulations to the entire team and coaching staff for getting us to the OMHA Semi-finals.  Thanks so much to Andrew Lachine and Grant Quinlan for helping us out throughout the playdowns.  The team should be proud that they finished in the top 4 in our division of 34 teams.  As parents, we are all very proud of our Peewee AE Ravens!  Good luck in Bluewater!

           

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