TRAPPERS ROUNDUP November 16, 2015
Trappers AAA Roundup
BDI Trappers take part in “Wally Beavis” in Peterborough
The BDI Minor Peewee AAA Trappers took part in the “Wally Beavis Memorial Tournament” this past weekend in Peterborough.
In game one the Trappers lost 2-1 to the Hamilton Bulldogs in a very tight checking, physical game. Chase Lefebrve had the lone North Bay goal and Andrew Robillard was very strong in the Trapper goal.
Game two saw the Trappers play the eventual tournament Champions Vaughan Kings. The Trappers kept it close through out, trailing 2-1 heading to the third period only to lose by a final score of 4-1. The 4th Vaughan goal was into an empty net. Caelan McAuliffe made key stops keeping the Kings at bay. Will McCharles scored for the Trappers on a blast from the point.
Saturday morning the Trappers defeated the Ottawa Aces 5-2. The North Bay squad played an aggressive style of hockey causing several Ottawa turn overs that resulted in North Bay goals. Cam Harwood led the charge with 2 goals and 2 assists, while Jim Montgomery, Patrick Etmanski and Lefebvre had singles.
In their final game of the weekend the Trappers took on the North Central Predators in a back and forth affair. The teams were deadlocked 2-2 in the second period when Brett Richardson picked off a pass in the neutral zone and scored on a breakaway giving the Trappers a 3-2 lead. However the Predators came out hard in the third and went on to a 5-3 victory. Dallas Landriault had a hot hand scoring the other two Trapper goals.
The Trappers now have a couple weeks to get ready for league play Nov 28/29 when they host the Nickel City Sons for 3 games.
The major bantam trappers, sponsored by The Station, defeated the Nickel City Sons 6-4 and 11-2 this past weekend in NOHL action. On Saturday the Trappers were lead by Ryan Mills on the strength of his one goal and four assist effort. Other goals were scored by Cole Goddard, Ian Denomme, Brady Lacharity, Cole Craft and Matt Hardwick. Craft chipped in two helpers while single assists went to Hardwick, Denomme, Kobe Seguin, Payton Vescio and minor bantam affiliate Jack Stockfish. Joel Rainville picked up the win in net.
On Sunday the Trappers were lead by Ethan Allair and Hardwick as each had hat tricks and Stockfish with a huge five assist game. Other goals were scored by Vescio (2), Craft, Mills, Jacob Peterson-Galema. Assists were registered by minor bantam affiliate Joe Jordan (2), Mills (2), Currie Giesler (3), Denomme (4), Adam Howe, Lacharity and Vescio had single assists. Zach Roy picked up the win between the pipes.
The major Bantam’s host the Soo Greyhounds next weekend in Powassan.