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Friday September 20

(1)Brewers vs Templars(8)

C.Moutafis starts off with a bang posting 5 goals for Templars

C.Moutafis scored five goals, and although its only week one of the season, that performance sent out a signal that the Templers will be for real throughout the entire season. At no point did they ever take the foot off the gas. The Brewers may not have been happy with a lopsided score but felt it should have been closer if they buried some of their chances. There will be no doubt that the Templars will play an annoying structured defensive game. With C.Muccino guarding the cage along with many steady defensemen, teams will find out sooner than later how difficult it will be to score.

(4)Chiefs vs Devil Dawgz(3)

Chiefs rally for three goals in third period to stun Devil Dawgz

The Chiefs used a dominant third period to overcome a 3-1 deficit and stun the Devil Dawgz on Friday night. Five minutes was all it took for D.Galloro, A.Zarzour and S.Koulieris to get the scoring done. The Devil Dawgz looked headed for a positive outcome in their season debut but were undone by a combination of turn over's and poor decisions. They did work a solid power play with N.Faria scoring twice during the man advantage. Unable to keep a decent pace, the lack of energy was apparent by the third period for the Devil Dawgz. The Chiefs got a pair of goals-from S.Koulieris and three assists by D.Bellitto.

(2)The Family vs Bramabulls(8)

Bramabulls roll through depleted Family

With both teams eyeing each other's benches, many must have thought the same thing. The Bramabulls simply used their army to their advantage. All the Family were able to do was to hang back and hope for opportunities. Unfortunately, they couldn't keep the game close enough after only one period. The Bramabulls surged with four first period goals to immediately discourage their opponent. S.Ruggiero tallied twice before completing his hat trick in the second period, and B.Verducci kept a clean sheet up until the early stages of the final frame. While the Bramabulls won't have many issues showing up with a full size bench, M.Freda knows that he needs to address this one important area if he plans to keep the games closer.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Chris Moutafis of the Templars. The skilled forward was clearly on top of his game notching an impressive five goals in his first game of the season.

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Thursday September 19

(2)SBS Trashers vs The Blast(5)

The Blast power past SBS Trashers behind T.Dorneval 5 point performance

With the kind of display he provided, there was little the SBS Trashers could do to stop T.Dorneval. The Blast's forward opened and closed the scoring while setting up three markers that saw K.Gagne benefit twice. It took only a very short sequence for the Blast to erupt with three goals. The SBS Trashers did finish the second period strong when A.Plescia and M.Sartore finally got to P.Provost. In hopes of carrying that momentum, the game shifted back in the Blast's favour. This time, it took only one minute for them to bury two markers and ultimately put the match away.

(3)Legends vs Winters Soldiers (4)

Winter Soldiers prevail in third period to top Legends

Throughout the entire match, both teams went back and forth giving it all they had. Neither side ever went up after two periods leaving only 15 minutes or more for something to give. Then, in a very short amount of time, the Winter Soldiers put themselves in the drives seat. D.Lombardi was able to notch his second right before A.Kakivelis doubled the lead. Considering how the Winter Soldiers were controlling a good part of the game, the two goal cushion felt like a safe bet for a victory. However, that was up until A.Zarzour narrowed the gap to one. The Legends had enough time to pull out their net minder for an extra attacker. They did manage a few shot attempts but most got blocked unable to reach the net.

(7)Bramabulls vs Fitforce Phoenix (3)

Bramabulls overpower Fitforce Phoenix in season debut

After a close first period, the Bramabulls got to work overwhelming their opponent on four second period markers. C.Palermo closed out the frame with back to back tallies, both goals coming with the help of D.Verta. Even though the Fitforce Phoenix struck early in the third period, the Bramabulls padded their lead anyway adding two more insurance goals. J.Lulic orchestrated four out of his clubs seven tallies due to his heads up play. The Bramabulls cashed in twice on special teams scoring once on the power play and the other shorthanded. Overall, a good start to their season. As for the Fitforce Phoenix, lessons will be taken-from this contest as they'll look to adjust moving forward.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to T.Dorneval of the Blast. Sometimes, it's nice to have a player carry much of the load. Tonight, T.Dorneval did more than his share collecting all five points for an impressive season debut.

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7 Black Knights vs 2 GK Match # 3

Les Black Knights remportent le titre provincial d'été et représenteront le Québec en tant qu’une des équipes québécoises aux Nationaux à Calgary (Alberta) en 2020.

Le troisième match de la finale devait être un match d’échecs opposant deux rivaux qui se sont affrontés à la fin du mois de juillet lors de leur dernier grand match au championnat canadian national B.

Les performances agressives des Black Knights a amené à une dominance à la fois offensif et défensif. Dès le début du match, l'entraîneur Tony Iannitto et les Black Knights avaient une stratégie complètement différente de leur précédente rencontre. Peut-être sentant la puissance de l'offensive GK et sachant que sa propre défense pourrait difficilement être mise à l’épreuve. Inséré dans la formation pour avoir plus d'offensive et après avoir manqué les deux matchs précédents, Jean-Philippe MoquinJ-f Di IorioAlex Aubut Laurence Bourgault on fait sentir leur présence..

Les Black Knights ont choisi de tout mettre en œuvre pour écraser GK dès le début. Alex Des Rosiers a ouvert la marque au début de la 1ère période lors d'un but spectaculaire en échappée , battant le gardien de but du GK Matt Dauphinais Fortin . Quelques minutes plus tard, Jonathan Gagne , doué d'un talent offensif, marque un deuxième but et un troisième but de Johnny Lulic leur donne l'avance 3-0 dans les premier 5 minutes du match. Le 4ème but de la période est sorti du bâton de Yannick Tifu en avantage numérique. ( avec 1 but et 3 passes dans le match), Les espoirs de GK de faire un retour dans le match ont fondamentalement coulés. Lorsqu'une équipe peut prendre une avance de 4-0 après une période, elle dicte le plus souvent les conditions de jeu. Les Black Knights avaient ce luxe et en ont pleinement profité . Ils ont pu se concentrer sur la limitation d'espace dans les trois zones tandis que le GK devait trouver comment créer de l'espace pour avoir la chance de revenir dans le match.

Même après s'être regroupés à un début horrible a la premier entracte ,GK ne pouvait pas mettre aucun jeu offensif en marche pendant la deuxième période.Patrick Chéry vient d'aggraver la situation en réussissant son deuxième but, suivi par un autre but d’un tir puissant frappé de Joshua Desmarais en avantage numérique et cela a mis clairement le jeu hors de portée. Apres deux periode c’etait deja 6-0 .GK a finalement marque en 3ème période mais le mal était déjà fait. Il n’y avait plus aucune chance que les Black Knights laissent une énorme longueur d’avance de 6-0 avec Fred Gagnon devant le but. Grâce à sa brillante performance dans la série, Fred Gagnon a été nommé joueur le plus utile des séries ce qui lui a valu de fermer la porte dans deux des trois match contre une équipe talentuex pouvant marquer à volonté. Joey D'Amico des Back Knights et Terry Lubwele des GK ont été blessés et n'ont pas joués.
Ce fut une série incroyable avec une démonstration de hockey-balle de haut niveau de Black Knights et de GK.

Félicitations au coach Tony Iannitto et au Black Knights pour avoir remporté le titre de la division Premier été. Grâce à cette victoire, la franchise légendaire qui existe depuis 30 ans (1989) maintenant, s'est assurée une place au championnat national à Calgary (Alberta) en aout 2020. Les Black Knight n’ont pas participé au championnat national depuis 2013.

Le joueur des séries éliminatoires Salumi Vino va à Fred Gagnon des Black Knights. Il ne fait aucun doute dans l'esprit de ce coéquipiers que F.Gagnon était l'une des principales raisons pour lesquelles les Black Knights sont arrivés à ce point. Il a été vif, concentré et brillant tout au long des séries éliminatoires.

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Wednesday September 18

(2)Screaming Eagles vs Left Wings (6)

V.Ladouceur , D.Provost-Jarry a handful for the Screaming Eagles

V.Ladouceur put on a passing clinic for the Left Wings. The heads up forward created plenty of space out there with D.Provost-Jarry benefiting three times for a hat trick. The game remained close till the last five minutes where the Left Wings put it away on three consecutive goals. Both teams had to deal with a small bench but it didn't affect the Left Wings so much as they managed it properly. S.Vassilopoulos gave up only two markers conceding his first one very late in the second period. By then, the Left Wings were well on their way to a good start to their season.

(5)Buckshots vs Knights (3)

Buckshots use big third period to defeat Knights

For two straight periods, the Knights managed to keep it close. However, once they entered the final stretch, the wheels fell off and the Buckshots surged on three consecutive markers. K.Kavan broke the 2-2 tie, and Y.Derohannessian doubled the lead collecting one of four points during the contest. The Knights did enter the night with a slight disadvantage having only three change ups. That didn't affect the play of J.Lulic and J.DeSua as both players participated in every goal. Still, it isn't the right formula in a game required to play till the very end. The Knights have some quality but lacked quantity in tonight's game.

(6)Fatal Demons vs Wocafloka(5)

Fatal Demons use balanced scoring to top Wocafloca

The Fatal Demons turned a much desired up-tempo game into a victory. It wasn't a pretty win but nevertheless a victory. All six goals came-from different scorers which is usually a good thing not needing to rely on one particular player. They managed to always play with the lead forcing the Wocafloca to battle hard in hopes of keeping it close. The Fatal Demons rode a 6-3 third period lead and expected to close out the game with some ease. But it wasn't the case as A.Desrosiers and O.Cruz scored to pull their team within one. Wocafloca had more than enough time to build off their momentum in search of an equaliser. Unfortunately, they couldn't break R.Ranieri one more time. A.Zarzour and J.Bolanakis shared three points each while M.Destounis's third period marker held up for the winner.

(1)Fat Roy vs United (3)

G.Jerjian hat trick seals a 3-1 win for United

United took full advantage of G.Jerjian's remarkable goal scoring touch on Wednesday night. After giving up the opening goal, G.Jerjian guided his club scoring once in every frame. His key marker came late in the second period giving the United their first lead heading into the final stretch. Even with Fat Roy knocking on the door to try and level the game, G.Follano kept standing in the way. The net minder went on a tear making one important save after another in order to preserve the lead. For an opening game into the season, the United played a smart and disciplined style. They made a strong stand to defend their lead, getting a strong support-from their offense that helped their defence and ultimately their goaltender.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Garo Jerjian of United. In a relatively low scoring affair, G.Jerjian was an absolute force notching all three goals for his club.

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Tuesday September 18

HBHA Seniors go the distance to win Masters 35+ division

It took a third and deciding game for the HBHA Seniors to claim their title versus National. The HBHA Seniors would have loved to end it earlier after blanking out their opponent 3-0. G.Vouloumanos scored twice in game one while E.Parent was flawless denying 16 straight shots. However, National wasn't going down that easily. By focusing on a better start, they managed to get two first period goals in a very short span. S.Laplante potted a pair that included the winner, and M.Gallant returned the favour pushing aside 14 of 15 shots to capture the win in net. For the two clubs, nobody was at all surprised that this series would go the extra mile. And whether or not the game would be decided in a shootout or not, somebody would eventually come through and make the difference. Some can argue the captain of the HBHA Seniors would be that variable. J.Kontitsis was responsible for getting his club on board first while netting the winner as part of a three point performance. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to John Kontitsis and the HBHA Seniors for getting it done.

(3)HBHA Seniors vs National (0) Game 1

(3)National vs HBHA Seniors (1) Game 2

(4)HBHA Seniors vs National (1) Game 3

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Eric Parent of the HBHA Seniors. In a very eventful final, Eric Parent made his teammates proud as he was instrumental taking two out of three big games.

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Monday September 16

Venom aim to keep up strong success

Venom proved unstoppable in their last season, dropping all but one game while securing the 4vs4 division title. M.Trivisonno and his troops were eager to continue that momentum, and it showed right away as they took both their games versus the Orient. With J.Courteau leading the way on a hat trick in the opening contest, Venom relied on a little more balance in the ensuing match getting goals -from five different players. The Orient gave them a tight challenge for a whole period keeping the game levelled at 1-1, but that all changed by the second frame where Venom ran away with the match. J.Vinet and J.Mandracchia scored twice, J.DeSua netted the winner and M.Trivisonno limited his opponent to only three goals in both games.

(5)Venom vs Orient (2)

(1)Orient vs Venom (7)

In a game that was tight as anything, tight enough that it felt like everyone was waiting for someone else to make a mistake, S.Marricco found some open space and made a pair of incredible plays to decide the first encounter. His hat trick clearly inspired a rusty Degenerates side. Even though the next match had no winners, the Degenerates refined their game making it more difficult for the Chic Choc to generate much offense. Both net minders were however a big part of the 1-1 draw. J.Atch made his job look easy allowing only one shootout marker for the Degenerates. The same applied to F.Peloquin, that unless you beat his clean, the net minder won't give much. A.Lanni tallied in the shootout for the Degenerates right after M.Ethier got his club on board for the Chic Choc.

(5)Degenerates vs Chic Choc (3)

(1)Chic Choc vs Degenerates (1) S.O

1 Timer, haunted by their own power play

Two games into the season, and the 1 Timer covered a great deal of their game except for one particular area, and that was on their own power play. With a chance to cash in three points in the first game, N.Mackeen used a late shorthanded marker to help send the game in a shootout for the Punishers. However, the 1 Timer did eventually earn the win thanks to a pair of breakaways goals by M.Charpentier and T.Daigneault. Then, in a similar event occurring late in the second match, the 1 Timer had another opportunity to bury their opponent. The game was tied 3-3 when the 1 Timer had four minutes of power play time with just under five minutes remaining in the game. And rather than putting it away, the worst case scenario occurred. This time, C.Gingras proved once again what he's all about when facing adversity. In the short span of only 30 seconds, C.Gingras buried two shorthanded goals as part of a six point performance. This isn't the first, and won't be the last time that C.Gingras rescues a team when pinned against the wall.

(4)Punishers vs 1 Timer (5) S.O

(5)1 Timer vs Punishers (7)

The SalumiVino player of the game goes to Jay Atch of the Degenerates. In his season debut, the net minder did not disappoint enabling the Degenerates to escape with four out of a possible six points. Atch was solid in both games earning a shutout in the second encounter.

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Thursday September 12 (Final)

(7)Legacy vs Smooth Sailors (6) S.O Game 1

Payam Assadi lifts Legacy in crucial game 1

Payam Assadi saved his best for last. The stage was set for the crafty forward after scoring twice in the third period. With the opportunity to win the game, P.Assadi delivered as he deked to his right to slip the ball behind M.Gravano securing a huge game one victory. The Smooth Sailors couldn't have asked for a better start, and all thanks to their sniper up front. M.Testolina scored three goals in every possible way. Hoping and figuring a three goal cushion could have been sufficient clearly wasn't the case for the Smooth Sailors, who gave up five straight. However, just like their opponent, Legacy's momentum also came to a halt. A 5-3 third period lead wasn't enough to close out the game as the Smooth Sailors responded thanks to J.Mandracchia and his captain J.Palmitano. Unfortunately for the two sides, a dreaded shootout was left to determine a winner. Both teams made the right choices sending three of their finest when it comes to these situations. The game was ultimately decided on the last breakaway attempt taken by P.Assadi.

(5)Smooth Sailors vs Legacy (4) Game 2

Resilient Smooth Sailors bounce back to even series

The Smooth Sailors picked up a pivotal must win game over Legacy, and they can thank the heroics of their captain for it. With the game all knotted at 4-4, J.Palmitano re directed a long shot-from S.Minkiewicz giving no chance to C.Stavriadis to react. It seemed like both teams didn't care much for tightening it up or playing a strong man on man game. Instead, they just went for it relying heavily on their top guns. It had playoff intensity but no defensive structure. Apart-from P.Nakhle netting a pair, the scoring was balanced-from the two sides. Legacy entered the third period up 3-2, and at one point 4-3, but couldn't protect their lead long enough. Somehow, the Smooth Sailors found enough energy on a depleted bench to battle back and extend the series for a third and deciding match.

(3)Legacy vs Smooth Sailors(2) Game 3

Legacy hang on to claim D Thursday title

Legacy have survived a torrid final battle to knock out the Smooth Sailors and claim the D Thursday division title. The game started out pretty good for Legacy getting a pair of early goals on deceptive slap shot- from S.Athanasopoulos and M.DoCouto. But as it's been their theme throughout the entire series, the Smooth Sailors were far-from calling it quits. They managed to pull themselves within one when J.Palmitano blasted a one timer late in the game. Even though the clock showed just over two minutes remaining, this contest felt like an eternity considering how it played out. However, Legacy wasn't going to let this slip away, especially against a battered and depleted line up. The Smooth Sailors just didn't have enough steam to gain possession in hopes of forcing overtime. As expected, this series had all the elements of two very good teams going at it. Both teams fought hard, played a physical game with two top tier offenses going head to head. It was evident that they both deserved to reach this stage. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Peter Chiotis, Payam Assadi, George Panagiotopoulos, Tasso Bozinakis and the rest of Legacy for getting it done.

In a team that doesn't rely on goaltending, both net minders did make the difference tonight. Frank Baratta and Costa Stavriadis share the honours as MVP of the series, each earning the SalumiVino players of the night.

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Monday September 2

1 Timer puts an end to a great run, winners of 4vs4 second division

With a pair of very close victories against the Excalibur on Monday night, the 1 Timer laid claim to the 4vs4 second division title. The 1 Timer expected nothing more than to getting it done, especially after playing with each other for quite a few years. The team has a good mix of offensive and defensive players backed by a strong goaltender in F.Koch. A big priority was to have a full bench, something that they were able to floor all season long. Both games were extremely close ultimately decided by only one goal if not counting two empty net markers in the second game. M.Carpentier riffled a couple in the first encounter including the winner while J.Guye-Perrault followed up in the ensuing match with an identical performance. Another key area for the two victories was due to taking the lead. The Excalibur never had the luxury of forcing their opponent to open up, instead, they were the ones having to chase the game. Y.St-Georges provided plenty of offense netting three out of his clubs four goals in the losses. After having a great regular season and playoff run, the 1 Timer couldn't have asked for a better and more deserving finish. Congratulations go out to Joel Guye-Perrault and the rest of his teammates for getting it done.

(4)1 Timer vs Excalibur (3) Game 1

(1)Excalibur vs 1 Timer (4) Game 2

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Joel Guye-Perrault of the 1 Timer. His five points in two games made a major impact for his clubs overall production in the most important night of the year.

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Wednesday August 28 (Final)

(4)Bramabulls vs Knights (1) Game 1

Bramabulls use a good start as priority

The final round of the playoffs got underway on Wednesday night with the Bramabulls and the Knights opening up their series. It was the favoured Bramabulls who took game 1 with the help of four straight markers. After setting up S.Liparota to get the ball rolling, J.Palmitano doubled the lead just prior to the first period ending. The Knights, despite falling behind were still in it, but knew their chances started to diminish when Liparota struck for a second time. There was almost no way that the Bramabulls would falter a three goal margin. The Knights did grab one positive in this encounter, and that was to get the final say courtesy of late power play goal-from M.Kardum. Until that point, G.Follano was rock solid needing only four minutes to earn a shutout.

(0)Knights vs Bramabulls(7) Game 2

Bramabulls cruise to F Wednesday division title

Unlike their series against Carnage, the Bramabulls weren't messing around versus the Knights. This time, they made sure to grab a good start, and in doing so gave no chance for the Knights to respond. It was evident from- the drop of the ball that the Bramabulls meant business. M.Maggiore used two first period goals to start what was a foreshadowing of more to come. Even though both sides may have felt where all this was headed, B.Sansotta's goal surely confirmed the eventuality of this final. The Bramabulls carried a 4-0 lead heading into the final frame where they kept pressing by adding three more tallies. The one area that the Knights were hoping for to giving themselves any sort of chance lied in the idea of playing with the lead. Unfortunately, they just ran into a very determined Bramabulls club, who didn't take their opponent for granted. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Anthony DiPerna and the Bramabulls for capturing the F Wednesday division championship.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Gerardo Follano of the Bramabulls. In two games, G.Follano was as close as perfect can get. The net minder confidently led his team to a championship by allowing only one goal all night.

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Monday August 26 (division 1 final)

Venom Crowned division 1  4vs4 Champions

Venom defeated the Punishers 4-1 & 3-1 to capture the 4vs4champiosnship on Monday night. Both victories required a maximum effort unlike the way they won many of their games during the regular season. The Punishers were the only team to really challenge Venom and it showed once again tonight. Playing with a lead always helps, and Venon was able to play ahead throughout the entire series. J.Courteau set the tone early in the first encounter while Y.Gazuri netted the winner thanks to J.DeSua's feed, who capped off a three point performance. The second match was just as close up until the early stages of the second frame where F.Labrecque collected his third assist to widen the gap by three. The Punishers did eventually capitalise on the power play courtesy of P.Arkalis but that was as close as it got. On a few occasions, the Punishers had plenty of chances to even the score. If not for M.Trivisonno bailing his club out, this series could have taken a different turn. The net minder couldn't have performed better than he did on this particular night. From- goaltender out, Venom had the balance and skill set to achieve their goal.On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Mike Trivisonno and Venom for taking the 4vs4 first division title.

(4)Venom vs Punishers (1) Game 1

(1)Punishers vs Venom(3) Game 2

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Mike Trivissonno of Venom. In a series that was quite close, M.Trivissonno made many necessary saves in order to help preserve the lead in both games for his club.

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Hockey Quebec is proud of all our Champions and Teams.

Shout out to Mike Richard and the River Rats B Division.
Gabi Missakian and the United Arms C Division.
Raghav Mohan and Ray Mohan and the Bengals C Division.
Anthony Di Perna and the Bramabulls D Division.
Joseph Constantin and the Unknown D Division.
You guys represented us well.

To the Winners a well played tournament from start to finish great job on bringing home a Medal.

Congratulations to Danh Nguyen and GK for winning B Gold.

Congratulations to Peter Chiotis and the Punishers on winning C Gold.

Congratulations to Ryan Handfield and the A's on winning D Gold.

Congratulations to Tony Iannitto and Black Knights on winning B Silver.

Congratulations to François Chalut and Mathieu Lefebvre and the Capitals on winning C Silver.

Congratulations to Phil Kotsornithis and Eric Panzera and the SBS Slayers on winning D Bronze.

In closing just want to take this moment to thank all Captains, Coaches, Players and Staff who took the time to represent Quebec at this years Nationals in Montreal and also a big thank you to  the host Hockey Balle Québec / Ball Hockey Quebec and Canadian Ball Hockey Association for putting on a great tournament.

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SLOVAKIA MEN’S - 2019 ISBHF WORLD CHAMPIONS! 

Slovakia takes home the Gold Medal, with Finland taking the Silver.

Team Canada takes home the Bronze.

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Premier Finals Game #3

7 Black Knights vs 2 GK Match # 3

Les Black Knights remportent le titre provincial d'été et représenteront le Québec en tant qu’une des équipes québécoises aux Nationaux à Calgary (Alberta) en 2020.

Le troisième match de la finale devait être un match d’échecs opposant deux rivaux qui se sont affrontés à la fin du mois de juillet lors de leur dernier grand match au championnat canadian national B.

Les performances agressives des Black Knights a amené à une dominance à la fois offensif et défensif. Dès le début du match, l'entraîneur Tony Iannitto et les Black Knights avaient une stratégie complètement différente de leur précédente rencontre. Peut-être sentant la puissance de l'offensive GK et sachant que sa propre défense pourrait difficilement être mise à l’épreuve. Inséré dans la formation pour avoir plus d'offensive et après avoir manqué les deux matchs précédents, Jean-Philippe MoquinJ-f Di IorioAlex Aubut Laurence Bourgault on fait sentir leur présence..

Les Black Knights ont choisi de tout mettre en œuvre pour écraser GK dès le début. Alex Des Rosiers a ouvert la marque au début de la 1ère période lors d'un but spectaculaire en échappée , battant le gardien de but du GK Matt Dauphinais Fortin . Quelques minutes plus tard, Jonathan Gagne , doué d'un talent offensif, marque un deuxième but et un troisième but de Johnny Lulic leur donne l'avance 3-0 dans les premier 5 minutes du match. Le 4ème but de la période est sorti du bâton de Yannick Tifu en avantage numérique. ( avec 1 but et 3 passes dans le match), Les espoirs de GK de faire un retour dans le match ont fondamentalement coulés. Lorsqu'une équipe peut prendre une avance de 4-0 après une période, elle dicte le plus souvent les conditions de jeu. Les Black Knights avaient ce luxe et en ont pleinement profité . Ils ont pu se concentrer sur la limitation d'espace dans les trois zones tandis que le GK devait trouver comment créer de l'espace pour avoir la chance de revenir dans le match.

Même après s'être regroupés à un début horrible a la premier entracte ,GK ne pouvait pas mettre aucun jeu offensif en marche pendant la deuxième période.Patrick Chéry vient d'aggraver la situation en réussissant son deuxième but, suivi par un autre but d’un tir puissant frappé de Joshua Desmarais en avantage numérique et cela a mis clairement le jeu hors de portée. Apres deux periode c’etait deja 6-0 .GK a finalement marque en 3ème période mais le mal était déjà fait. Il n’y avait plus aucune chance que les Black Knights laissent une énorme longueur d’avance de 6-0 avec Fred Gagnon devant le but. Grâce à sa brillante performance dans la série, Fred Gagnon a été nommé joueur le plus utile des séries ce qui lui a valu de fermer la porte dans deux des trois match contre une équipe talentuex pouvant marquer à volonté. Joey D'Amico des Back Knights et Terry Lubwele des GK ont été blessés et n'ont pas joués.
Ce fut une série incroyable avec une démonstration de hockey-balle de haut niveau de Black Knights et de GK.

Félicitations au coach Tony Iannitto et au Black Knights pour avoir remporté le titre de la division Premier été. Grâce à cette victoire, la franchise légendaire qui existe depuis 30 ans (1989) maintenant, s'est assurée une place au championnat national à Calgary (Alberta) en aout 2020. Les Black Knight n’ont pas participé au championnat national depuis 2013.

Le joueur des séries éliminatoires Salumi Vino va à Fred Gagnon des Black Knights. Il ne fait aucun doute dans l'esprit de ce coéquipiers que F.Gagnon était l'une des principales raisons pour lesquelles les Black Knights sont arrivés à ce point. Il a été vif, concentré et brillant tout au long des séries éliminatoires.

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Gold Medal Winners at Nationals 2019 in Montreal

Hockey Quebec is proud of all our Champions and Teams.

Shout out to Mike Richard and the River Rats B Division.
Gabi Missakian and the United Arms C Division.
Raghav Mohan and Ray Mohan and the Bengals C Division.
Anthony Di Perna and the Bramabulls D Division.
Joseph Constantin and the Unknown D Division.
You guys represented us well.

To the Winners a well played tournament from start to finish great job on bringing home a Medal.

Congratulations to Danh Nguyen and GK for winning B Gold.

Congratulations to Peter Chiotis and the Punishers on winning C Gold.

Congratulations to Ryan Handfield and the A's on winning D Gold.

Congratulations to Tony Iannitto and Black Knights on winning B Silver.

Congratulations to François Chalut and Mathieu Lefebvre and the Capitals on winning C Silver.

Congratulations to Phil Kotsornithis and Eric Panzera and the SBS Slayers on winning D Bronze.

In closing just want to take this moment to thank all Captains, Coaches, Players and Staff who took the time to represent Quebec at this years Nationals in Montreal and also a big thank you to  the host Hockey Balle Québec / Ball Hockey Quebec and Canadian Ball Hockey Association for putting on a great tournament.

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2019 Adult National Championships- Mens A, Womens A, Masters Mens (40+) and Masters Womens (35+) 2019-08-06

2019 Adult National Championships- Mens A, Womens A, Masters Mens (40+) and Masters Womens (35+)
2019-08-06

Here is the schedule of the upcoming games. The link for the live streaming to be determined.

 

 

 

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Ball Hockey World Championship Košice 2019

SLOVAKIA MEN’S - 2019 ISBHF WORLD CHAMPIONS! 

Slovakia takes home the Gold Medal, with Finland taking the Silver.

Team Canada takes home the Bronze.

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