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Sarnia Minor Peewee MD Tournament Champions in Mooretown

November 11, 2012



Photos Courtesy of Bema Design www.bemadesign.com


The Sarnia Sting started their weekend tournament in Mooretown with a victory over the host team, the Mooretown Storm by a margin of 6-3.

The game started off with some sloppy play by both teams as each team seemed to be looking to find their groove. Andrew Czyczurko started the scoring with another one of his (what is now becoming a trademark) put back goals. The goal was assisted by Ian Bailey. The period ended in a 1-0 tie for the Sting.
 


The scoring ramped up through the second and third periods. Spencer Baillie scored the next Sting goal with an assist from Czyczurko. Cole Goossens then started his trip to the score sheet with an unassisted goal of his own.

The third period started with Cole Goossens second goal which was assisted by Evan Trigatti and Ian Bailey. Goossens then completed his hat trick with another unassisted goal as the Sting finally began taking over the game. Spencer Baillie then added his second goal with a shot, on net, that deflected off a Storm defenceman's skate. The assist on the goal went to Aiden Clark. That ended the scoring for the night.

Sarnia travelled to Mooretown for their second tournament game against the Kent Cobras. The Sting came out flat.

The game was a high scoring affair with both teams registering over 30 shots on each others goalies. The final score was 7-6 in favour of the opposing Cobras who pulled their goalie in a tie game knowing that they required a win to keep their tournament hopes alive. Scoring for the Sting went to Cole Goossens with a hat trick,Spencer Baillie, Aidan Clark and Kaleb Zeytinoglu. Assists went to Spencer Baillie with three, Cole Goossens and Greg Ross.

The Sting then played an afternoon game against the Caledonia Thunder. This was a must win game for the Sting if they wished to play in Sundays tournament final.

Spencer Baillie set the tone for the game scoring fifteen seconds into the game on a goal that was assisted by Cole Goossens. Greg Ross then scored the second goal when he scored on a shot from the point that beat the screened Thunder goaltender. Josh D'Angela scored what proved the be the winning goal with a spinning wrist shot which found the bottom corner of the net. Andrew Czyczurko scored an insurance goal on a beautiful pass from behind the net from Tyler Talbot-Ellis. Evan Trigatti also got an assist on the goal. Final score 4 - 2.

 

 

The Sting completed a busy weekend with a win over the host Mooretown Storm winning the Mooretown Tournament.

Kaleb Zeytinoglu started the scoring with a pretty goal in the slot which was assisted by Hayden Griffin and Greg Ross. The first period ended 1-0 despite the immense pressure the Sting players were putting on the Storm.

The Sting's hard play was finally rewarded in the second period as the scoring started. Cole Goossens fired two goals within three minutes giving the Sting some breathing room. Assists on those goals went the Andrew Czyczurko and Spencer Baillie. Kaleb Zeytinoglu then answered with his second of the game as he scored on a pass from Colin Zimmer. Evan Trigatti then showed that he isn't the only sniper in the family and he buried a nice goal in the slot off a pass from Aidan Clark. The play was set up with some impressive play from defenceman Aidan Clark who wisely joined the rush and stayed to control the play in the offensive zone with some gritty, inspiring play to get the assist.

The Storm, began "storming" back scoring three unanswered goals showing that they weren't down and out. The second Storm goal was triggered by a gutsy coaching move by the Storm when he pulled their goalie with seven minutes left, on the power play. The call was rewarded and the Storm seemed rejuvenated by the bold move.

A time out was called with three minutes left in the game by Coach Schaefer to calm down the Sting players who were reeling from the surprise attack.

The Sting calmed down and Spencer Baillie put away an empty net goal to put the nail in the coffin of the Storm. The goal was assisted by Mathew Waun and Aidan Clark.  Final score 6 - 3.


 





 

 

 

 





 

 

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