Peewee AE's post record of 5-1-0 in league and tournament play over last week, News, PeeWee AE, U13, 2012-2013 (New Hamburg Hockey Association)

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Nov 19, 2012 | Chris Lacroix | 1337 views
Peewee AE's post record of 5-1-0 in league and tournament play over last week
The Expressway Ford New Hamburg PeeWee AE team had a busy week with great results.

Regular league play saw the Huskies face off against the Orangeville Flyers and a double header against the Erin Devils. Strong performance between the pipes from Tyler Jackman and Max Evans earned them each a shutout for the first two games with 6-0 and 4-0 victories. Their third game was another success with the Huskies securing a 6-2 win. The trio of games saw goals and assists netted by Nick Egli (3-G, 1-A), Scott Carey (1-G, 3-A), Josh Potts (4-G, 1-A), Ryan Pierson (1-A), Tyson Wagler (1-G, 2-A), Emmet Latyn (3-A), Ethan Fields (3-G, 1-A), Brandon Ropp (2-G, 2-A), Adam Barr (1-G, 1-A) and Daniel Farrish (2-G, 1-A). With three in the bag the Huskies headed to Arthur Nov 17th for a one-day tournament. First game of the day pitted the Dogs against the Flesherton Golden Hawks who brought their REP team to play. With victories of past still fresh in the Dogs mind, the first two periods should have been a bonfire of activity. Instead the skates seemed heavy and the sticks soft while receiving the physical game they have been known to give. The game overall was played well with only two penalties against the Dogs all game. Unfortunately, an unnecessary tripping penalty at the top of the third put the Dogs in the box which sent the Hawks diving to net the one and only goal for a 1-0 victory. The Dogs drew the Tavistock Titans for game two with the fire burning and returned to their trademark physical play. Bodies were stockpiled by Egli, Potts and Barr providing many turnovers. Titans hit the board first but Dale Jurica would hit Latyn on the fly who top shelfed the Huskies' first goal with 0.02 remaining in the first. Second period play saw the pendulum swing end to end with both teams driving hard. Third period play opened with Field controlling the puck for a pass to Jared Proll who delivered the puck into the Titans net. With time evaporating in the third, Alex Kyle's shot was tapped in by Latyn to seal the deal and a 3-1 win. With a 1-1 series under their belt the Dogs would proceed to the Consolation Final against home town hosts Arthur Vipers. The Vipers would strike first by literally threading the puck into the Huskies net. Sam Herrle would respond shortly thereafter by weaving through the snake pit and hitting the nest. Latyn's' point pass to Pierson enabled his rebounded shot to be driven home by Proll. The Vipers kept trying to strike Huskie territory only to be driven away by Joey Entz's defensive wall. Second period play saw Egli and Wagler netting goals from assist makers Field and Potts ending the period 4-2 in Huskies' favour. Third period dialed up the physical play with both teams visiting the box on numerous occasions. The Huskies penalty kill was on today while the Vipers wasn't. Proll would set the puck for Jurica who nailed Egli who netted another for the Huskies. In a valiant effort the Vipers pulled their goalie early hoping for a miracle. Proll would shatter that dream with an empty net goal sealing everyone's fate. Huskies 6, Vipers 2. The Dogs would head home with another medal victory weekend. Team photo shows Hairy Huskey and the boys with their hardware. Assistant coach Quentin Martin is absent from the team photo.