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Thursday November 14

(3)The Blast vs Bramabulls(1)

Blast hand Bulls first defeat in penalty parade game

The misbehavin Bramabulls saw their perfect streak come to an end on Thursday night. The Blast played with an edge and brought a lot to the table in game that they really wanted to win. The contest was heated for most of the night as both sides appeared to be more physical and intense than usual. Three out of the four goals came on the special teams. C.Paris and Rubens Morne scored with the man advantage for the Blast while J.Mandracchia was patient enough to wait out D.Massa on a crafty finish for a shorthanded marker. It's not often the Blast show up full squad, but tonight they did and showed how effective they are no matter who they play. Rubens Morne added a late tally for his second after receiving a feed-from D.Provost-Jarry, who collected a pair of assists.

(9)Winter Soldiers vs Legacy(5)

Rare double hat tricks pace Winter Soldiers

A.Kakivelis and C.Kakivelis each scored hat tricks on Thursday night as the Winter Soldiers pounded Legacy 9-5. The game appeared to be headed for a blowout with the Winter Soldiers roaring to a 5-0 lead. Then, in the span of only four and half minutes, the alarm bells started to sound off for the Winter Soldiers. A.Stamiris set up four goals with primary assists that saw S.Athanasopoulos benefit twice. Legacy hoped to carry their momentum into the third period, but was short lived as the Winter Soldiers regained their footing on three quick goals. Playing with only two changes clearly didn't help Legacy against a deeper and fired up squad.

(3)Toyota Candiac vs SBS Trashers(2)

Toyota Candiac keep playoff hope alive against struggling Trashers

There is still some life left in the Toyota Candiac season, after all. With both teams trying to earn a playoff spot, it was the Toyota Candiac that emerged with a pivotal win. The SBS Trashers showed more urgency early on taking the first period 2-1. Eventually though, the Toyota Candiac would get the break they needed when P.Lapointe scored late in the second period to even the score. It was only fitting that the two sides had all but a period to play their most important hockey so far. That being said, something would have to give, and when considering the circumstances, the next goal would have likely decided matters. K.Tsoukalas was the one to earn the spotlight as the veteran came through with less than five minutes remaining. That lead proved to be more than enough in a period that was treated like a do or die battle. Still, nothing is yet decided, but this win definitely puts the Toyota Candiac in the driver's seat with only two games remaining.

(2)Fitforce Phoenix vs Legends (12)

Legends go on scoring spree to defeat Fitforce Phoenix

Just about everything went right for the Legends in this lopsided affair. From-the drop of the ball, they were ready to go and immediately put the Fitforce Phoenix on its heels. The score was already 5-0 after only one period for the Legends which clearly deflated their opponent. It wasn't like they dominated in possession but they made sure to generate enough quality when having the ball. Leading the charge up front was M.Destounis, who likes to pride himself as passer but decided to change it up by riffling five goals. E.Mavroudis was expected to get at least three tallies out of the twelve that went in, and K.Kavan along with A.Zarzour racked up combining for eleven points.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Pedram Assadi of the Toyota Candiac. After a sluggish start to the night, P.Assadi responded with a flawless performance in net that earned him and his club a much needed win.

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Wednesday November 13

(3)Fat Roy vs Fatal Demons (6)

Fatal Demons lean on experience in final stretch of regular season

The Fatal Demons are headed in the right direction with their season winding down. In a game that had important implications to the standings, the Fatal Demons were able to walk away with the victory. J.DeSua responded immediately after K.Fiore got the Fat Roy on board only 31 second into the game. DeSua wasn't done yet as he struck early in the second frame providing a 3-1 lead. Despite a ton of hockey left over, Fat Roy had their hands full going up against an experienced side that know how to protect a lead. This result forces Fat Roy to collect some points in their remaining game. The good news is that they control their own destiny if they can pick up a win.

(3)Horsemen vs Carnage (4)

Carnage use special teams to rout Horsemen

At this stage of the season, it's all the little things that will matter to make the difference between winning and losing. The Horsemen may have looked fine playing even strength hockey but were nowhere close in being effective when up or down a man. Giving up a power play goal or two can be acceptable at times. The problem however was that they let Carnage distance themselves by giving up a shorthanded goal as well. S.Musacchio, who already established himself as a game changer struck with the man short while providing three points. Despite falling behind in deep hole, the Horsemen needed all but three minutes to even the score. That sequence set the stage for a 3-3 third period where Carnage benefited for a second time on the power play courtesy of D.Constantineau.

(10)Buckshots vs Mighty Drunks (6)

Four headed monster Buckshots keep paving the way

There explosive offense has been on an absolute tear throughout the entire season. Prior to this game, the Buckshots have yet to drop points unless you count the tie against the Mighty Drunks earlier in the season. The Mighty Drunks know they can compete with the Buckshots but it would need to take everything to go right. Unfortunately, they couldn't address their defensive game well enough which seems to be a reoccurring problem for any opponent. With at least four players that can hurt you at any given time, teams often find it difficult containing them. K.Kavan, M.Destounis, E.Mavroudis and Y.Derohannessian combined for a ridiculous 20 points with Kavan leading the way in the scoring department with four tallies. The Mighty Drunks did have M.Gibeault take charge posting a hat trick and Y.Dube right behind him with a pair of goals.

(4)United vs Left Wings (3)

United rally to keep season alive after trailing by two in third period

Just as United hopes of keeping their playoff push appeared to be blown away, something special happened in the third period. Down 3-1 while entering potentially their last fifteen minutes of the season, A.Tachejian was a big part of the rescue mission bagging two big goals that included the winner with only two minutes left on the clock. This isn't and likely won't be the last time Tachejian prompts his team for good things to happen. For the time being, United is in a playoff spot but will need some help -from one of two teams in order to get in.

(5)Screaming Eagles vs Wocafloka(4)

A.Ponzo pots late winner to cap wild finish

The Screaming Eagles somehow found a way to win. Granted, they were up 4-2 as the game was winding down but then everything changed in a blink of an eye. You are only asking for trouble when taking three consecutive penalties late in the game. Clearly, the Screaming Eagles had a brain cramp as their 4-2 lead with just over a minute remaining took only seconds for A.Agudelo to score twice on the power play. There was no doubt that Wocafloka put themselves in a position to hit the jugular as they still had time with the man advantage to steal the match. But with hockey sometimes being twisted, the opposite happened. A.Ponzo, already with a first period goal, flipped the emotions-from both clubs as he buried the winner leaving only 14 seconds on the clock.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Anthony Ponzo of the Screaming Eagles. In what looked like was going to haunt the Screaming Eagles for days to come, A.Ponzo stopped the nightmare just in time by riffling a huge game winning shorthanded goal late in the game.

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Monday November 11

Y.Gazura's late marker helps rebound Dragons in second game vs Armadillos

The Dragons looked to be headed for victory when S.Robineault blasted his second late in the game to beat F.Moshonas short side. However, it didn't take long for a response by the Armadillos to force the extra time. D.Andrade made two brilliant plays to rescue the Armadillos in the first encounter. After tying the game very late, Andrade was able to bury one in the shootout that held up for the winner. Clearly the Dragons didn't digest the late collapse and made sure to address a better outing in the ensuing match. The following game proved to be just as close except that it was decided in regulation. Y.Gazura scored late and the Dragons returned the favor to split their miniseries with the Armadillos. S.Robineault continued-from where he left off adding two more tallies for the Dragons while P.Lapointe matched him on a pair of markers for the Armadillos.

(5)Armadillos vs Dragons (4) S.O

(5)Dragons vs Armadillos (4)

Venom's effort falls short as Punishers take both games

Venom used a line up that had enough of what it takes to compete with the Punishers, but unfortunately it just wasn't enough as they dropped two very close games. The Punishers, having all of their regulars made the most of their chances getting balanced scoring. M.Arkalis bagged two in the first encounter and M.Melo was stellar allowing only one goal on 18 shots. Both teams were neck in neck for most of the second game with each side trading two first period goals. It took all but a five minute sequence for the Punishers to raise their level of punishment. Three goals went in during that time which forced Venom to play catch up the rest of the way. And despite being down, they did put up a fight only to fall short by a goal. The win had no heroes or superstars as six different players chipped in with goals. A.Sarigiannis didn't find the back of the net but did set up three teammates while M.Arkalis added three more points to an already productive night.

(3)Punishers vs Venom (1)

(5)Venom vs Punishers (6)

1 Timer hammer Orient to collect 6 clean points

The 1 Timer took control of both games while leaving the Orient shaken. Granted, the first one was close and ultimately decided towards the end when T.Daigneault snapped a 3-3 tie. In hopes of responding with a better effort, the second game was way worse for the Orient. P-A Surprenant took the steam out of his opponent striking twice in only two and a half minutes into the game. By the time the first period ended, the 1 Timer were well on their way to a second straight victory carrying a 4-1 lead. K.Certosini scored twice with the help of M.Carpentier, who collected three points. The only area that the Orient will look back at and be pleased with was the play of B.Cabral. The skilled forward did more than his share bagging five out of his clubs six goals.

(3)Orient vs 1 Timer (4)

(6)1 Timer vs Orient (3)

Ice Breakers and Degenerates go the distance in both games

The Ice Breakers resiliency and determination helped them earn extra points versus the Degenerates. Although the first encounter was played more in their control as they never once faltered their lead, the second one was where they elevated it a notch higher to force a second shootout. The Degenerates went up 2-0 and 3-2 only to see it evaporate. M.Boghossian converted twice during the match while setting the tone in the breakaways to beat J.Atch. The winner did belong to B.Freitas only because A.Lanni responded for the Degenerates. Overall, both games were extremely close as they ended up in extra time. Out of their five total goals, A.Lanni had his hand in all of them. The pesky forward had three goals, two assists and both shootout markers for the Degenerates.

(3)Ice Breakers vs Degenerates (3) S.O

(4)Degenerates vs Ice Breakers (5) S.O

Chic Choc keeping it simple in battle of depleted benches

By applying smart defense, timely chances and steady goaltending, the Chic Choc had the right approach in handing the Excalibur two losses on Monday night. The Chic Choc stuck with their effective game plan hunkering down defensively en route to a convincing 5-1 victory. The Excalibur did create more offense in the second game but continued to struggle without the ball. They gave up five goals in both games unable to contain a team with barely a changeup. J-P Morneau led the attack bagging four goals while M.Laroche was right behind him striking three times.

(5)Chic Choc vs Excalibur (1)

(4)Excalibur vs Chic Choc(5)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to J-P Morneau of the Chic Choc. Despite having to play a ton of minutes, that didn't slow down J-P Morneau for a second as he was able to produce six points that included four goals.

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Friday November 8

(2)Brewers vs Devil Dawgz(3) O.T

Brewers rally to force overtime but lose to Devil Dawgz

After a strong two periods of hockey, the Devil Dawgz earned them a 2-0 lead heading into the third, but it wasn't good enough to close out the deal in regulation time. It took the three minute mark of overtime for the J.Melo and the Devil Dawgz to pull through. In what seemed like an innocent play, J.Melo put enough mustard in his screened wrist shot to beat G.Platanitis. There was no doubt Platanitis would have loved to have that one back.  It just goes to show that anything can happen when you put the ball on net. Prior to that point, J.Constantin put the Devil Dawgz in the driver's seat by providing a pair of tallies. The end result proved to be vital for the Devil Dawgz as they try and distance themselves -from last place.

(7)Pylons vs National (3)

Relentless Pylons hand National their first defeat

National's unbeaten season came to an end under the weight of their inability to penetrate the Pylons defensive game. The Pylons zipped to an early 3-1 lead and used it to their full advantage throughout the entire game. Yes, there were moments that National dominated possession, but when a team bears down defensively while relying on a solid goaltender, it makes it all that much more difficult to produce. T.Settino was the only player to score twice that included the winner. National had more than their fair share of shots and scoring chances but were stuck dealing with a thorn between the pipes. C.Stavriadis was simply that good making plenty of basic saves that never allowed National to get back in the game.

(4)Chiefs vs Bramabulls(10)

Good start turns into a horrible finish for the Chiefs

Considering their start to the game, the Chiefs looked ready and poised for a decent outcome. Then, the wheels came off, and the Chiefs fell off a cliff never to be seen. The Bramabulls bombarded the Chiefs with ten goals in a game that went extremely right for one club and the opposite for the other. Four goals came-from S.Ruggiero while F.Bchara chipped in with a pair and two assists. This is a game that the Chiefs need to quickly forget and focus on what to do right entering their final stretch.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Jason Melo of the Devil Dawgz. With the season winding down while in search of crucial points, J.Melo provided two big ones for the standings after riffling a tricky wrist shot to decide the game in overtime.

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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 division Final

Tuesday September 10 (Final)

(2)Black Knights vs GK(9) Game 2

GK pound Black Knights to force a deciding game

There was no doubt that every GK player said they would be better in this game. And although nothing is ever for certain, it may as well have been an iron clad guarantee that this series had more miles to it. There is far too much talent and experience not to believe that the GK's big guns, who were somewhat dormant in game 1, wouldn't start firing in this must win contest. Clearly they were much better, and it started to show as of the second frame where they ran up the score on four unanswered goals. K.Kuczmarski, B.Jutras and M.David showed up to play as all three players each scored twice. For the GK, the offensive explosion was to be expected. It's one thing to keep them at bay for one game but extremely difficult for two in a row. The Black Knights understood this and perhaps weren't prepared enough to close out the series. Both teams will have a few days to rest up and prepare for their biggest match of the year. After taking game two rather easily, the GK feel confident about their chances heading into game three. The question becomes how can the Black Knights overcome a reality check? Knowing that they took game one of this series, T.Iannitto will have to go back to basics and inspire his troops that anything is still possible.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Matthew David of the GK. In what was a must win game, M.David led the way up front accumulating four points that included two assists at pivotal points during the match.

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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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