Peewee AE's 2-1 against Arthur, Woolwich & Orangeville, News, PeeWee AE, U13 PeeWee, 2012-2013 (New Hamburg Hockey Association)

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Oct 28, 2012 | CLacroix | 844 views
Peewee AE's 2-1 against Arthur, Woolwich & Orangeville
New Hamburg PeeWee AE’s ended the week with three games in four days. The ball started rolling well against the Arthur Vipers Oct 25th. Both teams battled with no scoreboard activity until Emmet Latyn sent Sam Herrle a pass who fed Ethan Field for the Huskies first goal. The Dogs would add another three goals from Daniel Farrish, Josh Potts and Tyson Wagler in the second period. Team assistors were Jared Proll, Wagler, Brandon Ropp and Potts. Unfortunately the Dogs are developing a bad third period habit of unnecessary penalties. This enabled the Vipers to strike twice for a Huskies final 4-2. 

Oct 26th placed the league leader Woolwich Wildcats in the Huskies den. The Wildcats clawed in the first goal with the Huskies quickly responding with Field’s pass to Herrle for Latyn’s top shelf bullet to tie 1-1. The Huskies drew heavy legs and loose sticks for the next two periods. This, combined with their third period penalties, led to the Huskies being schooled by a disciplined Wildcat team. Wildcats 5, Huskies 1.

The team learned their lesson and Oct 28th was the wrong day for the Orangeville Flyers to land at the Huskies den. Knowledgeable direction from Chris Lacroix lit the fire and desire in the Huskies belly. Even though the Flyers landed the first goal, light legs drove Adam Barr end to end before sliding the pass across the Flyers crease to Ropp’s firm stick who drove the Huskies first home. Second period play saw an early Flyers goal before Field’s burned another in the Flyers net. Max Evans, Scott Carey, Joey Entz and Dale Jurica set the wall high sending the Flyers away empty handed on many plays. Nick Egli and Ryan Pierson’s offensive pressure kept the Flyers fluttering in their own zone. Latyn set the scene for Farrish’s goal with Fields doing the same for Potts’ ten seconds later. Third period play ramped up with a pass from Barr enabling Field’s goal. Wagler then nailed Potts’ stick who drove another home for the Huskies. The Flyers wings were clipped with a final pass from Barr to Fields. Huskies 7, Flyers 2. GO HUSKIES!!!


Oct 26th placed the league leader Woolwich Wildcats in the Huskies den. The Wildcats clawed in the first goal with the Huskies quickly responding with Field’s pass to Herrle for Latyn’s top shelf bullet to tie 1-1. The Huskies drew heavy legs and loose sticks for the next two periods. This, combined with their third period penalties, led to the Huskies being schooled by a disciplined Wildcat team. Wildcats 5, Huskies 1.

 

The team learned their lesson and Oct 28th was the wrong day for the Orangeville Flyers to land at the Huskies den. Knowledgeable direction from Chris Lacroix lit the fire and desire in the Huskies belly. Even though the Flyers landed the first goal, light legs drove Adam Barr end to end before sliding the pass across the Flyers crease to Ropp’s firm stick who drove the Huskies first home. Second period play saw an early Flyers goal before Field’s burned another in the Flyers net. Max Evans, Scott Carey, Joey Entz and Dale Jurica set the wall high sending the Flyers away empty handed on many plays. Nick Egli and Ryan Pierson’s offensive pressure kept the Flyers fluttering in their own zone. Latyn set the scene for Farrish’s goal with Fields doing the same for Potts’ ten seconds later. Third period play ramped up with a pass from Barr enabling Field’s goal. Wagler then nailed Potts’ stick who drove another home for the Huskies. The Flyers wings were clipped with a final pass from Barr to Fields. Huskies 7, Flyers 2. GO HUSKIES!!!

 

Oct 26th placed the league leader Woolwich Wildcats in the Huskies den. The Wildcats clawed in the first goal with the Huskies quickly responding with Field’s pass to Herrle for Latyn’s top shelf bullet to tie 1-1. The Huskies drew heavy legs and loose sticks for the next two periods. This, combined with their third period penalties, led to the Huskies being schooled by a disciplined Wildcat team. Wildcats 5, Huskies 1.

 

The team learned their lesson and Oct 28th was the wrong day for the Orangeville Flyers to land at the Huskies den. Knowledgeable direction from Chris Lacroix lit the fire and desire in the Huskies belly. Even though the Flyers landed the first goal, light legs drove Adam Barr end to end before sliding the pass across the Flyers crease to Ropp’s firm stick who drove the Huskies first home. Second period play saw an early Flyers goal before Field’s burned another in the Flyers net. Max Evans, Scott Carey, Joey Entz and Dale Jurica set the wall high sending the Flyers away empty handed on many plays. Nick Egli and Ryan Pierson’s offensive pressure kept the Flyers fluttering in their own zone. Latyn set the scene for Farrish’s goal with Fields doing the same for Potts’ ten seconds later. Third period play ramped up with a pass from Barr enabling Field’s goal. Wagler then nailed Potts’ stick who drove another home for the Huskies. The Flyers wings were clipped with a final pass from Barr to Fields. Huskies 7, Flyers 2. GO HUSKIES!!!