SARNIA, ONTARIO

 

2009 - 2010
Lambton AAA Hockey

Major Bantam

 
Roster

27

Sowinski, Joel

30

Boric, John

4

McKinnon, Connor

5 Deluce, Alex
6 Frizzell, Ryan
7 Morrison, Ben
8 Sit, Jeff
9 Trottier, Ryan
10 Beauchamp, Chad
12 Dorman, Kirk
13 Sapone, D.J.
14 DeRush-Pageau
15 Brandon, Matthew
16 Zotol, Nick
17 Prince, Davis
19 Sproviero, Nick
24 Lane, Adam

 

’95 Lambton Sting AAA go Undefeated at
 Alliance OHL Showcase in Kitchener

 

The Lambton Jr. Sting Major Bantam AAA hockey team travelled to Kitchener on the weekend to participate in the Alliance OHL Showcase.  The Sting exceeded expectations by going undefeated and earning 3 wins and a 1 tie.

 
In their first game Lambton earned a 2 – 2 tie with Cambridge.  Scoring for Lambton was Davis Prince and Ryan Frizzell. Assists went to Jeff Sit, Ryan Trottier and DJ Sapone.  Player of the game honors went to Ryan Frizzell.

 

Game two had the team skating to a convincing 5 – 2 victory over the London Knights Green squad.  Ryan Frizzell supplied two goals, while Jeff Sit, Adam Lane and DJ Sapone picked up single markers.  Nick Sproviero, Kirk Dorman and Connor McKinnon had two assists, while Davis Prince, DJ Sapone, Nick Zottl, and Ryan Trottier each chipped in with single assists.  Player of the game went to goalie John Boric.

 

Saturday afternoon saw the Sting fall behind 3 – 0 to Brantford early in the game.  The boy’s fought back in a very entertaining game to earn a 5 – 4 victory.  Nick Sproverio led the way with 3 goals and 2 assists.  Mathew Brandon sealed the victory with a nifty goal with under a minute to go.  Kirk Dorman added a goal and two helpers.  Ben Morrison and Nick Zottl picked up single assists.  Matthew Brandon received player of the game honors.

 

On Sunday the Sting fought tooth and nail, squeaking out a 4 – 3 win over Waterloo.  Scoring for the Sting were Mitch DeRush-Pageau, Matthew Brandon, and Ryan Trottier each had one goal and one assist, while Ryan Frizzell scored the other goal.  Nick Zottl chipped in with two assists, while Kirk Dorman and Chad Beauchamp each picked up single assists. John Boric picked up the victory between the pipes.  Defensemen Nick Zottl earned player of the game honors.

Despite the loss of their top two scorers from the previous year the ’95 Lambton Sting AAA are undefeated in 5 their past 5 games and sit in 2nd place in the Alliance, with a record of 4 -1 -1.  Next up, the ’95 Sting play Brantford and London Knights Gold at home on Sunday and Monday respectively.


 

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