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Thursday August 16

(6)Mighty Drunks vs Chaos(0) E2 Semi finals game 1

Mighty Drunks cruise to easy playoff win over Chaos

It was anything but a tough test for the Mighty Drunks in this semi final match up with Chaos. They scored once in at least every frame and got the necessary goaltending-from O.Caillet, who recorded a shutout. The win came with the help of six different goal scores that included three feeds-from V.Mancini. Despite the loss, Chaos fared well in the first portion of the match considering they had only seven players dressed. Unless they stack up with more bodies, the Mighty Drunks know that they will be playing for all the marbles.

(6)Bramabulls vs Nighthawks (3) E1 regular season

Attention on the Bulls big guns opens path way for P.Bertone

That's the luxury of having more than a couple of weapons on your team. By focusing on a player or two, the door opens up for the rest of the line up to get involved. P.Bertone quietly made his presence felt by bagging half of his team's goals. For a very long stretch, the Nighthawks kept the Bramabulls in check but that lasted only so long. The game started to tilt one way towards the nine minute mark of the second period. It was by then that flood gates opened with Bertone striking twice in just over a minute followed with C.Fragkiudakis's late period marker. Both sides then traded two third period goals that saw L.Dulcetta bury a pair for the Nighthawks.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to P.Bertone of the Bramabulls. In a double up win over the Nighthawks, P.Bertone showed his value to his team by riffling three out of six goals.

That game concluded the regular season for the E1 Thursday division. The Semi final match ups are as follows:

(1)Bramabulls vs Nighthawks (4) Plain and simple, the Nighthawks need every single thing to go right in order to have any sort of chance. Goaltending, committed defence and capitalising on their few chances is a bare minimum required.

(2)SBS Trashers vs JLR Brossard(3) Maybe is goes against their identity, but the JLR Brossard may have to lay back on their high octane style. The SBS Trashers will expose them in the counter attack, and unless Pedram Assadi gets the help needed in front of him, the JLR Brossard will be headed golfing earlier than hoped for.

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Wednesday August 15 (F Round 1 playoffs)

(5)Horsemen vs Les Raymonds(2)

T.Karasek hat trick sends Horsemen through next round

In tonight's opening round of the playoffs, it showed that Les Raymonds couldn't hang on with the Horsemen. Surely it helps when a player such as T.Karasek suits up for the big games. The Horsemen went up 2-1 before T.Karasek separated himself-from everyone else. The power forward scored three consecutive goals for his club that included a big power play marker late in the second period. Even though the deficits weren't too far apart, Les Raymonds didn't have enough push back in their game. A few trips to the penalty box didn't help their case either as the Horsemen made them pay twice on four chances.

(6)Hellfish vs Golden Knights (5) O.T

Game of inches favours Hellfish in do or die match

No matter how much of a great start they had, the Golden Knights will be grieving for a while after this loss. They entered the night with no pressure but still the belief that they could have gotten it done. By leading 4-2 at one point during the match, the pressure turned on the Hellfish to respond. Slowly but surely the contest would eventually shift in a different direction. The Hellfish took over the second portion of the match to at least give themselves a shot at winning it in overtime. C.Dapoulias came through with back to back goals which helped set the stage for the most important minutes of the season for the two sides. By that point, it was anyone's game. Three minutes was what it took for D.Ramada to send the Hellfish through to the semi finals by notching the sudden death winner.

With the Horsemen and Hellfish getting it done, four teams are now left to battle it out in the semi finals. The match-up are as follows:

(1) Winter Soldiers vs Horsemen (5) it's safe to say that with a 10-1-1 record that the Winters Soldiers should prevail in this series. However, that won't in any way concern the Horsemen who have been in this position many times before.  Experience is a vital tool and the Horsemen have it. Unless the Winter Soldiers take this series for granted they will be fine.

(2)Kentucky Blue vs Hellfish(3) There is too much depth on both sides for any sort of certainties. The Kentucky Blue may have some natural goal scorers up front but on the flip side, the Hellfish can be a pain when it comes to defending. This series will be your classic offense versus defensive styled match up.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Thomas Karasek of the Horsemen. Natural goal scores don't always show up for the big games but that wasn't the case for T.Karasek as the Horsemen forward did more than his share providing three goals.

D Wednesday regular season

 (3)Fat Cats vs Team Haiti(5)

Early gift still not good enough for Fat Cats

Even with two team goals because of the delay of game rule coupled with a late first period power play marker-from F.Atkinson, the Fat Cats still found a way to lose. And it wasn't like Team Haiti took over immediately as of the second period. Granted, they did win the frame 1-0 but it wasn't nearly enough to overcome a deep hole they created. The comeback occurred only as of the three minute mark of the final frame. H.Merone got the ball rolling while J.Benel evened the score with his first of two in the period. E.Charron got credited the winner after receiving a pass-from Reginald Morne, who finished his night with three assists. Both teams only played two full periods with Team Haiti clearly the better of the two sides in the final stretch.

(4)Punishers vs HBHA Masters 37+(2)

Punishers double up rival thanks to their top gun

It's become normal at this point that P.Karvouriaris is the difference make for the Punishers, and that's despite many others that can hurt you on the same roster. His two goals and one assist was too much for the HBHA Masters on this particular night. And as vital as he was to helping his team win, perhaps the biggest goal of the game belonged to K.Tsoukalas. This contest was deadlocked at two goals apiece when the Punishers d-man snapped the tie late in the second period. That tally stood up due to a few factors, but primarily because N.Mackeen didn't budge making enough key saves.

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Monday August 13

1 Timer load up a pair of dramatic wins

Not only were the 1 Timer able to get the two wins, but they did it in the most dramatic fashion. K.Gagne provided the first victory by netting the lone shootout marker while M.Carpentier doubled up the glory with his game winner leaving all but one second on the clock. That was the forward's second goal as part of a three point performance. The United Arms, despite dropping the first encounter 3-2 in a shootout missed out on evening the score by the second game. They couldn't have asked for a better start except for one major mistake. The 1 Timer managed to trail only by one because of a shorthanded goal-from Carpentier. If not for that miss hap, the United Arms would have most likely collected three points. Instead, they couldn't protect a slight 2-1 lead that turned for the worse in the end.

(2)United Arms vs 1 Timer(3) S.O

(3)1 Timer vs United Arms(2)

Punishers use two big first periods to down Dr Block

In both their wins, the Punishers came out swinging versus the Dr Block. Twice they built 3-1 leads which proved to be more than enough. After five different players tallied en route to a 5-3 win, the second contest had two players each score twice for a similar result. C.Gingras upped his game by posting a pair while setting up two teammates. M.Gagnon was the other Punisher to solve R.Pelletier on two occasions. When looking back, the DR Block know that they could have done better against a side that was missing key elements. The Punishers simply played it smarter early on and benefited with two straight victories. Despite the loss, J.Martineau may have been the best player on the field finishing his night with four goals and an assist.

(3)Dr Block vs Punishers (5)

(5)Punishers vs Dr Block(2)

M.Gagnon lays down the hammer in mini sweep of Vitamin C

For significant stretches of time, Les Carmoni controlled most of the play. And by doing so, they produced plenty of chances making S.Sauk work hard for his money. The pace kicked in early on with scoring efforts-from three different players that resulted in a 3-1 victory. The second game only saw Les Carmoni take over as of the second period. After trailing 1-0, M.Gagnon went hulk mode riffling three straight markers to double up his opponent. V.Morin set up Gagnon twice in only two minutes, and P.Corbin continues to impress between the pipes allowing only three goals all night.

(3)Les Carmoni vs Vitamin C(1)

(2)Vitamin C vs Les Carmoni(4)

Degenerates desperation kicks in to late

Even though the scores were different in both games, the Degenerates faced the same kind of problem. They would fall behind and were forced to battle all game in hopes to even the score. Unfortunately, they couldn't get there in both circumstances with the first one ending 2-1.The second contest had a bizarre and twisted ending to it. Les Reds had everything going right for them and looked like they could do no harm in what appeared to be an easy win. After all, they did lead 3-0 and hadn't conceded a goal for well over half the game.  Then, out of nowhere, the Degenerates got their breaks mounting a remarkable comeback only to see it bite them in the end. Less than ten seconds was all that was remaining for M.Monteschio to break the late tie. Les Reds struck early in both games and did a great job protecting their lead for four entire periods.

(2)Les Reds vs Degenerates (1)

(4)Degenerates vs Les Reds(5)

No shock as Hustlers cruise for two easy wins

When arguably the top team of the top division is stacked versus a depleted line up, it's very safe to say that the Mighty Drunks had no chance. Seven minutes was all it took for the Hustlers to pop in six goals. Payam Assadi had the luxury of not having to run much and remained in his favourite spot that led to three goals. B.Vassilakis opened and closed the scoring while T.Bozinakis collected five points. Similar to the first game, the Hustlers never let go of the gas pedal in the second contest. G.Pisanelli struck twice in the first period that included a goal that only he can score. The highly skilled forward scored-from an impossible angle by using M.Melo's shoulder to re direct the ball behind the net minder. After being up 3-0, the Hustlers just cruised their way adding four more by the second with the help of E.Girouard's two markers. Possibly due to fatigue-from the opening game, Payam Assadi was nowhere to be seen in the second accumulating only two random assists. All in all, the Hustlers were expected to run up the score against a side missing many significant pieces.

(3)Mighty Drunks vs Hustlers (8)

(7)Hustlers vs Mighty Drunks (2)

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Mathias Gagnon of Les Carmoni. Whatever M.Gagnon ate or didn't eat definitely worked for him on Monday night. The irritating defenseman was incredible in the span of only five minutes by bagging three big goals en route to a 4-2 win over the Vitamin C.

Thursday August 16

Tocas smother Corporation, walk away with 4 points

Even though the Corporation controlled much of the play, the Tocas played it smart by barely giving any time and space. Surely it helps with R.Ricaurte handing the pipes, but that was only part of it. The Tocas led twice in both games settling for one point in a shootout loss while finishing off stronger courtesy of a 2-1 victory in the second contest. J.Durante had a strong opening game setting up three different teammates for the Tocas. C.Maltese then came up big notching a key marker in the second encounter holding up as the winner. This contest was a typical playoff style match that worked very well in the Tocas favour. Knowing that the playoffs are just around the corner, the Corporation will need to adapt to every situation and adjust accordingly when they get there.

(4)Corporation vs Tocas(3) S.O

(2)Tocas vs Corporation (1)

 

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Sunday August 12

(4)Fatal Demons vs HC Mutts(3)

Late push not enough as HC Mutts wake up to late

The HC Mutts made a late push, but it wasn't enough as they fell short to the Fatal Demons. One thing that didn't help the HC Mutts was there late start that resulted in a team goal for the Fatal Demons. Even though they had to fight-from behind, they still couldn't get it right up until the later stages of the contest. By then, the Fatal Demons controlled every aspect of their game and made sure to protect their lead. A.Jalilvand's bullet that beat the net minder short side held up as the winner. The only positive's that the HC Mutts took in the loss was their solid finish with three straight goals. That sequence helped motivate them knowing that they had a double header versus the very same squad.

(8)Lynx vs Butchers (3)

Butchers can't figure out Lynx

When analyzing why the Butchers can't put a dent in the Lynx's game, the answer is quite simple. The Lynx are simply quicker, and unless the Butchers keep their gaps closer-from player to player, they'll get burned every time. Another bad start didn't help either with the Lynx making the Butchers pay on their mistakes. Many players contributed offensively with A.Mason striking twice while D.Zabitsky collected four points. The scary part about this lopsided result was that J.Mason and their captain J.Lang were out of action. In the likely hood that the standings don't change, the Lynx will get the Butchers in their first round match up.

(5)Fatal Demons vs HC Mutts(3)

Fatal Demons bank six clean points in double header night with HC Mutts

Despite their late let down earlier on, the Fatal Demons approached this game with a different frame of mind. They knew that the HC Mutts were going to come out swinging, but that didn't stop them-from weathering the storm. As a matter of fact, it was the Fatal Demons grabbing the better start jumping off to a 2-0 lead. The HC Mutts only got on board as of the mid way point when V.Romito finally solved P.Assadi. M.Danello did tie things up moments later but the Fatal Demons immediately regained their lead thanks to G.DeMarinis. Still, the HC Mutts were in striking distance heading into the third period. Unfortunately, they just couldn't seem to get an edge against a side that was definitely committed.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Austin Jalilvand of the Fatal Demons. In a double header night versus the HC Mutts, A.Jalilvand notched both winners in two very close games.

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Monday May 7 (Finals)

(3)P-Ball vs Red Lite(4) O.T Game 3

K.Kuczmarski bats in a beauty to close out series, Red Lite crowned Champions

Trailing by three goals after an ugly first period, the P-Ball rallied to tie the game 4-4 only to see it vanish by overtime. Even though the push was great for the P-Ball, it just wasn't good enough in the end. The sudden death frame was only two minutes old when K.Kuczmarki's incredible eye hand coordination came into play. The Red Lite forward made something that looks so difficult so incredibly easy by batting the ball right past P-O Girouard. Prior to the goal, J.Gagne will be wondering for a while how he missed two golden opportunities to extend the series. The P-Ball captain wasted no time-from the overtime face off creating two very good chances for himself only to get denied twice by C.Lantin. This was the first of three games that could have easily gone either way. Unfortunately for the P-Ball, they didn't get that extra break necessary to make a series of it. Red Lite did the right thing by getting the better start which only put the pressure on their opponents to respond. They got scoring efforts-from five different players that included a sweet back hand breakaway goal-from J.Daoust. In the end, like good teams often do, they find ways to win. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Carl Ghilarducci and Red Lite for adding more hardware to their already full trophy cases.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Kevin Kuczmarski of Red Lite. By using his instincts and hand eye coordination, the Red Lite forward batted the series winning goal only two minutes into overtime.

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Red Lite winners of Premier division

Monday May 7 (Finals)

(3)P-Ball vs Red Lite(4) O.T Game 3

K.Kuczmarski bats in a beauty to close out series, Red Lite crowned Champions

Trailing by three goals after an ugly first period, the P-Ball rallied to tie the game 4-4 only to see it vanish by overtime. Even though the push was great for the P-Ball, it just wasn't good enough in the end. The sudden death frame was only two minutes old when K.Kuczmarki's incredible eye hand coordination came into play. The Red Lite forward made something that looks so difficult so incredibly easy by batting the ball right past P-O Girouard. Prior to the goal, J.Gagne will be wondering for a while how he missed two golden opportunities to extend the series. The P-Ball captain wasted no time-from the overtime face off creating two very good chances for himself only to get denied twice by C.Lantin. This was the first of three games that could have easily gone either way. Unfortunately for the P-Ball, they didn't get that extra break necessary to make a series of it. Red Lite did the right thing by getting the better start which only put the pressure on their opponents to respond. They got scoring efforts-from five different players that included a sweet back hand breakaway goal-from J.Daoust. In the end, like good teams often do, they find ways to win. On behalf of Hockeyballe.com, congratulations go out to Carl Ghilarducci and Red Lite for adding more hardware to their already full trophy cases.

The SalumiVino player of the night goes to Kevin Kuczmarski of Red Lite. By using his instincts and hand eye coordination, the Red Lite forward batted the series winning goal only two minutes into overtime.

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Nationals in Quebec 2019.

The Nationals are back in Quebec in 2019.

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2018 National A Champs!

2018 Men’s A Back to Back National Champions Edmonton Savages win 4-1 vs NL Black Horse Congratulations to both teams for a great event!

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3 Quebecers announced on Men's Masters Team Canada going to Bermuda for Worlds

It's an honour for the CBHA to announce the Men's Masters Team Canada's 23 man roster for the World Championship in Hamilton, Bermuda...

The past experiences at the Worlds in Tampa Bay in 2014, in Banff in 2016 and at the Nationals in Ottawa in 2015 and in Saint John, New Brunswick in 2017 guided us to select our roster. Every team that competed this past August in Saint John will be represented in Bermuda. The great competition at nationals permitted us to form Masters Team Canada. Selecting the roster is always very difficult because there are so many 40+ fantastic players in the country. We selected a team that will be talented and strong at every position. Forwards, defensemen and the goaltenders will give everything they got to compete for the coveted gold medal.

General Manager Francois Chalut " I would like to congratulate all the players that were considered to make this team but especially these twenty-three outstanding athletes on their selection on Masters Team Canada 2018."

We lost something in Banff that belonged to us since 2014 in Tampa Bay and the quest to regain it in Bermuda has already started.

The tournament will take place September 26-30, 2018.

Goaltenders:
Chevy Platt, Oshawa, Ontario
Daniel Medeiros, Toronto, Ontario
Claude Fortin, Montreal, Quebec

Defense
Chris Sirovyak, Vancouver, British Columbia
Mike Woychyshyn, Calgary, Alberta
François Jobin, Varennes, Quebec
John Jarvis, Grand Bay-Westfield, New Brunswick
Trent Gaudon, Palgrave, Ontario
Chris Manos, Richmond Hill, Ontario
James Mentis, Brampton, Ontario

Forwards:
Peter Cabral, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Terry Ryan, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Jeremy Bishop, Corner Brook, Newfoundland
Sandro Morello, Pointe-Claire, Quebec
Jason Cormier, Edmonton, Alberta
Dan MacKinnon, Calgary, Alberta
Dallas Merkler, Edmonton, Alberta
Jason Toth, Ajax, Ontario
Phil Colella, New Tecumseth, Ontario
Mike Porter, Oakville, Ontario
Jamie Tobin, Cape Broyle, Newfoundland
Claude Turmelle, Ottawa, Ontario
Jason Prévost, Ottawa, Ontario

General Manager: 
François Chalut

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