NEWS FROM 2017-18



Congratulations to Kyle Paul on receiving Minor Meritorious Service Award for the TriPen Region at this years Hockey NL AGM, that was held on June 8-10, 2018.  This award is presented annually to individuals in a region to recognize their service over a long period of time.


 


On April 6, 2018 a tragic accident took the lives of 16 members of the Humboldt Bronchos.  A junior ice hockey team of the Sask. Junior Hockey League (SJHL).  On April 9, 2018, Marystown Minor Hockey Association, along with other HNL associations across the province, held a vigil in honour of the Humboldt Bronchos.


 

This is what hockey is all about.

These two teams know they are out of medal contention yet look at them dancing!

Way to go Mariners and Mt. Pearl Blades!


Marystown Minor Hockey Association

Player of the Week

February 5-11, 2018


The first weekend of February seen loads of activity within Marystown Minor Hockey.   Sobeys Peewee 1 All-Star team travelled to Gander to participate in the Mary Browns Peewee Invitational.  There were 6 teams in the tourney.  The team started Friday afternoon playing Grand Falls Cataracts holding them in a 1-1 tie until the game had a turn in the last minute of action and they lost 3-1.  Back on the ice Saturday morning they tied Gander Flyers 1-1 and Won against Corner Brook Royals 3-1.  This placed the Mariners in a position to show in the Semi-Finals Sunday morning.  It was a crazy nail-biter of a game.  There was no score with 3 mins left in the third period.  Gander popped one in the Mariners net, but the Mariners bounced back and fired one right passed their goalie tying the game up with 1 min left to the game.  They played 5-minute OT, and the went through 5 shooters in a shootout.  The Mariners had a loss finishing 3rd out of 6 teams in the event.  At home, at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena, the Insight Consulting Atom 2 All-Star team was host to a 5-team tournament.  They had wins and losses but advanced to the Bronze medal game, Scoring against Trinity Placentia Teepees 2-1.


Monday night House League was a slightly quiet this week as our Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget and Scotiabank U20 Female Divisions were writing Mid Term Exams.  The Castle Building Supplies U15 Female Division were also on the ice.  BDO played Remax.  It was a solid game having a tie at the conclusion of three periods.  Players of the week were Abigail Higdon of BDO and Shelby Appleby of Remax.


Tuesday evening our little Tim Horton Timbits were on the ice for practice, the little Timbit Islanders, Timbit Canucks, and Timbit Sharks are developing along.  Players of the Week this week were Daxton Matthews, Benjamin Nickerson, and Nicholas Picco.


Wednesday night Grant Thornton Peewee Division had a game with Canadian Tire playing Community Credit Union.  It was a remarkable game with some good passing and plays.  The game resulted in a 6-6 tie game.  Players of the Week were James Stewart of Community Credit Union and Jackson Walsh of Canadian Tire.


Thursday night the Pike’s Building Supplies Bantam Division were skating it out on the ice. Clear Focus Optical took on Mary Browns.  Great fast paced game with Clear Focus Optical taking the lead at the conclusion of the second period jumping ahead and ending the game with a 5-2 finish.  Players of the Week were Jaden Smith of Mary Browns and Liam Smith of Clear Focus Optical.  Scotiabank U20 Female got in one game this week during Midterms.  Pizza Delight and Robin’s/2-4-1 hit the ice right after Bantam and Robin’s/2-4-1 took the win over Pizza DelightHickman Motors Players of the week were Cynthia Ball of Pizza Delight and Sophie Price for Robin’s/2-4-1.


Friday Night is regularly a popular night at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena as our McDonalds AtoMc Atom Division, Grant Thornton Peewees and Pike’s One Stop Shop U12 Female Division have their game night.  First to start scratching up the ice were the McDonalds AtoMc Black and White teams.  It’s been a battle for the McDonald’s AtoMc Black all season, but they have been bouncing back lately and this week they had 4-2 Win over the McDonald’s AtoMc White team.  Players of the Week were Jake Smith of McDonald’s AtoMc Black and Liam Murphy of McDonald’s AtoMc White.  Next, the Grant Thornton Peewee Division were gearing to go as the MMHA Hockey Moms and Dads were playing the Canadian TireMMHA Hockey Moms and Dads were on fire getting a 9-3 Win over Canadian TireMMHA Hockey Moms and Dads Player of the Week was Riley Power-Walsh.  Pike’s One Stop Shop U12 Female Division was on as quickly as the ice was cleared all fixed for their turn whipping the pucks at the net.  U12 Female Canadian Tire played The Paint ShopCanadian Tire took the 3-0 Win.  MacBeth & Associates Players of the Week were Goalie Jaelyn Brenton of Canadian Tire and Madison Slaney of The Paint Shop.


Saturday morning before the weekend tournament started our Canadian Tire Novice Division had practice.  Picco & White Players of the Week were Kendra Clarke of Scotiabank, Tanner Butler of Extreme Pita/Ziggy Peel Goods, Mackenzie Clarke of Brenton Group, and Kurtis Badcock of Hotel Marystown.


MMHA Peewee 2 All-Stars were hosting this past weekend with 5 teams travelling to the Peninsula.  The Peewee 2 went unbeaten in their round robin games and proceeded on to the crossovers Sunday morning.  Unfortunately, they received a loss and didn’t advance but did pay off for Bronze.  They had a strong tournament with a 4th place finish.  U15 Female All-Stars were in Harbour Grace.  They lost to Bonavista 1-0 in round robin play but faced them again in the final.  Great games with loads of back and forth but the girls clenched the GOLD with a 3-0 Win!  Bantam 2 were in Clarenville.  They had a tie and 2 big wins in round robin play and moved up to the championship game and had a Big Win over Host Clarenville taking the GOLD with a 7-2 Win!  Continuing a slightly further West, our Insight Consulting Atom 2 All-Star team were playing in Glovertown.  They had 2 wins and a tie in regular round-robin play and pushed on to Championship game.  They got a loss to Host Glovertown but returned home with a Silver medal.


Special shout out to the Marystown Central High Clippers who competed in the 20th Anniversary Confederation Cup.  The series started on Thursday and the boys advanced right to Championship Sunday!  It was a nail-biter, gut-wrenching game to observe as the guys passed through regulation time, and 5-minute OT with NO Score!!!  It led to a shootout and Clippers clenched the GOLD as 5th shooter Patrick Farrell put one in the back of the Deer Lake Lakers net.  History was made at this 20th Anniversary Confederation cup as this was the First time the cup ever left the Avalon Peninsula!!


Provincials were released this past week as well and our U12 Female All-Stars will be hosting Female Provincial “B” March 23-25, 2018 and Wayfair Midget 2 All-Stars will be hosting Midget “I” April 2-4, 2018.  It is another momentous week recorded in our Minor Hockey book. Stay tuned for Minor Hockey News each week.  Don’t forget to look at out our site at www.marystownminorhockey.com 



Minor Hockey Report January 2018



Marystown Minor Hockey was off like a rocket to start the 2018 portion of the Hockey season.  House League resumed with their regular schedule on January 2, 2018, and All Star teams were back on the road for tournaments around the island.  January 5-7 seen MMHA Bantam 2 team headed towards the Hr. Grace Danny Cleary Community Center for the weekend and U15 Female All Stars turned left at Goobies and competed in the First Annual Rebecca Russell Invitational in Clarenville.  After taking a big loss in their first game Friday evening to the host, Clarenville, the girls came back hard to win their next three games on Saturday.  This secured them a spot for a rematch against Clarenville in the Championship game on Sunday. The girls played a great game that ended in a final score of 4-3, and the MMHA U15 Female All Stars taking home a Silver medal!!


Road trips resumed January 12-14 after another week of House League and Scotiabank Atom 1 were headed to Clarenville for the 45th Annual Atom A-B-C Invitational tournament.  They had a few hard-fought games coming away in fourth place.  The team may have finished last but were awarded the Most Sportsmanlike team of the tournament.  Bantam 1 were in Bay Roberts.  Scotiabank U12 Female All Stars hosted in Marystown at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena and U20 Female All Stars were in Whitbourne fighting it out in the championship game.  They took a loss but brought home the Silver Medal!!!  Our Insight Consulting Inc. Atom 2 All Star team played their first exhibition game against United Towns January 14 with a 6-2 win.


Some of our littlest players got in on some non-competitive tournament action on the weekend of January 19-21. Our Timbits initiation travelled to Clarenville for a One Day Jamboree.  Midget 2 hosted their Wayfair Midget 2 Invitational tournament here at Katelyn Osmond Arena.  They received silver medal, losing to CeeBees in gold medal game with a score of 3-1.  Other teams were United Towns (Marystown won 5-2), CeeBees (tied 3-3), Clarenville (Marystown won 8-1) & Bay Arena (Marystown won 1-0)


To finish off a fun filled busy month, the weekend of January 26-28 seen our Peewee 2 All Star team travelling to Clarenville for their Annual Peewee A-B-C Tournament.  They took a hard loss in their first game against Gander but bounced back to win their next two games facing them against Gander again in the Championship game on Sunday.  It was a nail biter of a game and seen Gander take the 2-1 win over MMHA All-Stars, but Peewee 2 bringing home a silver medal!  Our Canadian Tire Novice Division and Tim Hortons Timbits Division travelled to Fortune for some exhibition games against United Towns for the day and all was good in the Hockey World.


Keep checking our website at www.marystownminorhockey.com for updates and to check out upcoming tournaments.  There is lots of activity every weekend at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena.  As the saying goes, Any day is a Great day for Hockey!!!!




Minor Hockey Report Dec. 11-17, 2017


Marystown Minor Hockey Association

Minor Hockey Report

December 11-17, 2017

 

 

TIM HORTONS Timbits Division Players of the Week

Timbit Islanders: D’Arcy Drake

Timbit Sharks: Jackson Smith

Timbit Canucks:  Reece Brushett

 

Novice Division PICCO AND WHITE Players of the Week

SCOTIABANK:  Brendan Murphy

EXTREME PITA.ZIGGY PEEL GOODS:  Emma Mullins

BRENTON GROUP:  Jack Reid

HOTEL MARYSTOWN: Ewan Murphy

 

MCDONALD’S AtoMc Division Players of the Week

AtoMc Black: Simon Best

AtoMc White: Thomas Sparkes

 

GRANT THORNTON Peewee Division Players of the Week

COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION: Carter Coombs

CANADIAN TIRE:  Jared Bennett

MMHA HOCKEY MOMS & DADS: Tyler Crocker

 

PIKE’S BUILDING CENTRE Bantam Division Players of the Week

MARY BROWN'S: Evan Mullett

CLEAR FOCUS:  Thomas Kilfoy

 

WALLY DRAKE’S TRUCKING Midget Division, LION’S CLUB Players of the Week

AYLWARD'S HOME HARDWARE: Cameron Mullett

TD BANK: Jared Cluett

VALLEN: Jared Kearley

 

U12 Female Division MACBETH & ASSOCIATES Players of the Week

CANADIAN TIRE:  Madison Flynn-Slaney

THE PAINT SHOP:  Miranda Farrell

 

U15 Female Division SCOTIABANK Players of the Week

BDO: Maria Spearns

REMAX: Jordan Bungay

 

U20 Female Division Players of the Week

PIZZA DELIGHT:  Alysha Cheeseman

ROBIN’S/2-4-1: Brooke Carter



Minor Hockey Report November 20-26, 2017



Marystown Minor Hockey Association

Minor Hockey Report

Nov.20-26, 2017

 

TIM HORTONS Timbits Division Players of the Week

Timbit Islanders: Ben Lundrigan

Timbit Sharks: Liam Young

Timbit Canucks:  Brayden Senior

 

Novice Division PICCO AND WHITE Players of the Week

SCOTIABANK:  Owen Mayo

EXTREME PITA.ZIGGY PEEL GOODS:  Makenna Green

BRENTON GROUP:  Claire Kelly

HOTEL MARYSTOWN: Maddy Howell

 

MCDONALD’S AtoMc Division Players of the Week

AtoMc Black: Brady Brushett

AtoMc White: Carter Walsh

 

GRANT THORNTON Peewee Division Players of the Week

COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION: Zachary Rideout

CANADIAN TIRE:  Ryan Burry

MMHA HOCKEY MOMS & DADS: Noah Ryan

 

PIKE’S BUILDING CENTRE Bantam Division Players of the Week

MARY BROWN'S: Christopher Fitzpatrick

CLEAR FOCUS:  Mason Barry

 

WALLY DRAKE’S TRUCKING Midget Division, LION’S CLUB Players of the Week

AYLWARDS HOME HARDWARE: Patrick Farrell

TD BANK: Luke Jones

VALLEN: Derian Hackett

 

U12 Female Division MACBETH & ASSOCIATES Players of the Week

CANADIAN TIRE:  Amber Ducey

THE PAINT SHOP:  Avery Jackman

 

U15 Female Division SCOTIABANK Players of the Week

BDO: Taylor Clarke

REMAX: Shelby Appleby

 

U20 Female Division Players of the Week

PIZZA DELIGHT:  Cynthia Ball

ROBIN’S/2-4-1: Sarah Jones

Congrats to the U15 Female All Star team that travelled to Bonavista for the First Annual Heidi Dunn Memorial Tournament.  They went 3-0 in Round Robin games and went on to win the championship, bringing home the Gold!!!



Minor Hockey Report November 13-19, 2017


 

Marystown Minor Hockey Report

November 13-19, 2017


Lots of action this week, November 13-19, 2017, at Kaetlyn Osmond Arena.  Monday started the busy week with U15Female Division.  BDO played Remax.  BDO captured the 5-3 win over Remax.  Scotiabank players of the week went to Hannah Patten of BDO and Dominique Doucet of Remax.  Next Pizza Delight and Robin’s/2-4-1 of the U20 Female Division had their first game of the week.  Robin’s-2-4-1 took the 7-2 Win.  Player of the week went to Kathryn Ross of Robin’s/2-4-1.  Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget Division completed the night with Aylward’s Home Hardware battering the ice with Vallen.  It was a nail-biter of a game finishing in a 5-5 tie.  Lion’s Club Player of the Week went to Curtis Drake of Vallen.


Tim Hortons’ Timbits Division had their house league practice Tuesday evening.  All sorts of amusement skating around the ice.  Timbits Islanders player of the week was Isabella Jones.  Timbits Sharks went to Ben Senior and Timbits Canucks went to Noah Fancey.


Wednesday evening we struck the middle of the week before all the weekend excitement.  McDonald’s AtoMc Division had their usual house league practice.  AtoMc White Player of the week went to Brayden Jones and AtoMc Black went to Joel Loughlin.  Grant Thornton Peewee Division had a game.  Canadian Tire took on the MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads team.  They had the referees skating back and forth the ice calling goal for goal for a game that ended in a 7-7 tie game.  Players of the Week went to Tyler Norman of Canadian Tire and Lucas Foote of the MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads team.


Pike’s Building Centre Bantam Division had their weekly game Thursday evening.  Mary Brown’s and Clear Focus took to the ice.  Another close game that left Clear Focus taking the win with a 2-1 decider.  Players of the Week went to goalie Maggie Jones of Clear Focus and James Green of Mary Brown’s.  U20 Female Division had Pizza Delight bouncing back after their loss earlier the week and seizing a 6-2 win off Robin’s/2-4-1.  Kelsey Ross of Pizza Delight received the Player of the Week.  Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget Division played their second game of the week, Vallen taking another win over TD Bank with a tighter score of 8-5.  Lion’s Club Player of the Week went to Damian Hickman of TD Bank.


Friday evening was the onset of an eventful weekend for a lot of our MMHA hockey players.  U12 Female Division had their game night.  Canadian Tire whipped a 5-0 win over The Paint Shop.  MacBeth & Associates Players of the Week were Tessa Brushett of Canadian Tire and Taylor Walsh of The Paint Shop.


Before the excitement of Saturday’s events started, Novice had their House League hour.  Picco and White Players of the Week went to Luke Kettle of Scotiabank, Abby Fiander of Extreme Pita/Ziggy Peel Goods, Owen Hollett of Brenton Group and Carter Evans of Hotel Marystown.


Scotiabank Atom 1 All-Star Team hosted 6 teams for their home tournament.  Teams travelled from Hr. Grace, Clarenville, Bay Roberts, Whitbourne, Fortune and St. Pierre to participate in the first tournament of the 2017 season.  The MMHA Atom 1 team had a fourth-place finish.  A terrific way to start off their season!


Sobeys Peewee 1 All-Star Team travelled to Hr. Grace for their first all-star tournament.  They went to the crossovers and lost to North East Eagles in a shootout and finished in third place out of 6 teams.

Peewee 2 All-Star Team trekked to Bonavista for the Annual Dean Little Memorial Tournament.  They brought home the bronze medal!


Congrats to all teams and players!!!


To finish off a FANtastic week of hockey Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget Division see Aylward’s Home Hardware giving TD Bank their second loss for the week with a 5-2 ending for Aylward’s Home Hardware.  Lion’s Club Player of the week went to Noah Hanrahan of Aylward’s Home Hardware.


…and there you have it folks, another wonderful week for Marystown Minor Hockey Association.  Keep your eye out to the website, www.marystownminorhockey.com, in the upcoming weeks as the

Peewee 1, Bantam 2, and Midget 1 All-Star Teams host their tournaments!!!



MINOR HOCKEY REPORT NOV. 13-19, 2017


Players of the weeKaetlyn Osmond Arena was full of activity with Marystown Minor Hockey Action November 6-12, 2017.  Female Hockey U15 Division seen some game action on Monday night with a tight score and seen BDO taking their first win over Remax with a final score of 4-3.  Scotiabank players of the week went to Taylor Planke of BDO and Victoria Fudge of Remax.  Females U20 hit the ice right after with Robin’s/2-4-1 taking the big win over Pizza Delight with final score 6-1.  Wally Drakes Trucking Midget Division finished off the night with TD Canada Trust taking on Aylward’s Home Hardware.  TD Canada Trust took the 3-1 win.  Lions Club Player of the week went to Jonah Hanrahan of TD Canada Trust.


Tuesday evening was our little Timbit House League hour.  They may be tiny but they’re eager to learn the game.  This week’s Timbits Players of the Week went to Connor Brushett of the Timbit Islanders, TJ Hannam of the Timbit Sharks and Luke Grandy of Timbit Canucks.


Pike’s Building Supplies Bantam division was back in game action Thursday night.  Mary Browns and Clear Focus took to the ice with Mary Brown’s taking the 5-4 win.  Players of the Week went to Goalie Tyler Wiscombe of Mary Browns and Ryley Warren of Clear Focus.  The U20 Female teams had their final game of the week with Pizza Delight taking their first win over Robin’s/2-4-1 with a two-goal lead and 7-5 Final.  Players of the week went to Robyn Green of Pizza Delight and Kiana Stacey of Robin's/2-4-1.  Wally Drakes Trucking Midget Division had their second game of the week.  Aylward’s Home Hardware and Vallen tore up the ice with a back and forth game that ended in a 5-5 tie.  Lions Club Midget Player of the Week went to Aylward’s Home Hardware player Noah Dumaresque.


Friday night is always an exciting start to the weekend for the McDonalds AtoMc Atom Division.  It’s GAME Night!!!!  AtoMc White took another win over the AtoMc Black team with a score of 10-8.  AtoMc White Player of the Week went to Patrick Power and AtoMc Black was Zachary Bungay.  Grant Thornton Peewee Division had some changes this week with a third peewee team joining the mix.  MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads have sponsored a house league team.  Friday night saw The MMHA Moms & Dads team taking on Canadian Tire.  They finished with a close game with a 4-3 final for MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads.  Peewee Players of the Week went to Adam Price of Community Credit Union, Ryan Badcock of MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads and Bailey Warren of Canadian Tire.  U12 Female was ready to strike the ice with Canadian Tire taking on The Paint Shop.  Canadian Tire captured a 10-4 win over The Paint Shop.  Macbeth & Associates players of the week went to Alyssa Dober of Canadian Tire and Megan Coady of The Paint Shop.


Saturday see our Novice back to their last hour for the week.  Picco & White Novice Players of the Week went to Sophie Jackman of Scotiabank, Ben Fancey of Extreme Pita, Jack Green of Brenton Group and Riley Burry of Hotel Marystown.


Wally Drakes Trucking Midget Division polished off the week with Vallen playing TD Canada Trust.   Vallen cleaned the ice with TD Canada Trust taking a 10-3 win.  Lions Club Player of the Week went to Jared Cribb of Vallen.


Some remarkable hockey being played at the Kaetlyn Osmond Arena during the upcoming months as the All-Star Tournaments begin.  Check out all schedules on the website www.marystownminorhockey.com  MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads still have Hockey Days Calendar Draw tickets available to buy.  $10 per ticket, 31 chances to Win!!!  Your name goes back into the draw every day.  $5900 in prize payout!!!!!

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Minor Hockey Report  October 30 - November 5, 2017

Marystown Minor Hockey had another busy week on the ice with 10 house league games being played between October 30-November 5, 2017.  This week Tim Hortons Timbit Division Players of the Week went to Ethan Tobin, Jared Stapleton, and Bella Warren.


Picco & White Novice Division went to Alexander Flynn of Scotiabank, Billy Evans of Extreme Pita/Ziggy Peel Goods, Nathan Cribb of Brenton Group and Evan Dober of Hotel Marystown.


McDonald’s AtoMc Division seen Maddox Pike and Camren Strang taking the players of the week this week.


This week saw the Grant Thornton Peewee Division breaking into three teams.  Players of the week went to Patrick Hanrahan of the Community Credit Union, Ryan Dominie of Canadian Tire and AJ Dunne for the new team sponsored by the MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads.


Christopher Williams of team Mary Brown’s and Jake Jones of Clear Focus of the Bantam Division took players of the week this week.


Lions Club Player of the week went to Noel Fiander of TD Bank, Colton Coady of Vallen and Cameron Clarke of Aylward’s Home Hardware, all the Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget Division.


Moving right along to female hockey the u15 Remax team seen the Scotiabank Player of the week go to Morgan Hackett and McCaily Mallay of BDO.


U20 female players of the week were named to Mackenzie Hackett of Pizza Delight and Madison Strowbridge of Robin’s/2-4-1.


Keep your eyes out for upcoming tournaments in the month of November.  Scotiabank Atom 1 All-Star team will be hosting their home tournament on the 18 of November.  Schedule will be posted on the website, www.marystownminorhockey.com 


MMHA Hockey Moms & Dads now have “HOCKEY DAYS” December Calendar Draw tickets for sale.  Check out the website to see the BIGGER and BETTER prize payouts this year.  All proceeds go to replacing Team 2 All-Star Jerseys.


Marystown Minor Hockey would like to thank the community and especially business community for their continued support of our youth.  Without this support, it isn’t possible for our kids to have this opportunity to play the sport they love so much.



TEAM

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

PTS

ATOM DIVISION

ATOMC BLACK

3

0

3

-

16

21

-

ATOMC WHITE

3

3

0

-

21

16

6

PEEWEE DIVISION

COMMUNITY CREDIT UNION

3

2

0

1

24

20

5

CANADIAN TIRE

3

0

2

1

20

24

1

TEAM 2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

BANTAM DIVISION

MARYBROWNS

3

1

0

2

12

8

4

CLEAR FOCUS

3

0

1

2

8

12

2

MIDGET DIVISION

AYLWARDS HOME HARDWARE

6

2

4

-

26

33

4

TD CANADA TRUST

6

3

2

1

30

33

7

VALLEN

6

3

2

1

37

27

7

U12 FEMALE

CANADIAN TIRE

2

1

0

1

9

7

3

THE PAINT SHOP

2

0

1

1

7

9

1

U15 FEMALE

BDO

3

0

3

-

3

12

0

REMAX

3

3

0

-

12

3

6

U20 FEMALE

PIZZA DELIGHT

4

0

3

1

12

25

1

ROBINS/2-4-1

4

3

0

1

25

12

7





MINOR HOCKEY REPORT OCTOBER 23-29, 2017

Marystown Minor Hockey took a week break from House league, but were back into full swing Oct. 23, 2017.  The U15 Female division were back at it Monday night with Remax taking another win over BDO after a tight game of 3-2 for Remax.  Scotiabank player of the week for the U15 Female division went to Olivia Strickland of Remax and to Jayelyn Oake of BDO.  The night continues as we seen our oldest female division playing.  Pizza Delight taking a loss to Robin’s/2-4-1 with a score of 7-1.  Pizza Delight player of the week went to Kayla Banfield and Robin’s/2-4-1 went to Catherine Williams-Vaters.  The Kaetlyn Osmond Arena still had a few spectators kicking around waiting to see the Aylwards Home Hardware take on Vallen in the Wally Drakes Trucking Midget division.  Vallen took the final win of the night with a score of 7-3.  Lion’s Club players of the week went to Liam Best of Vallen and Joshua Barron of Aylward’s Home Hardware.


The week vamped up with Thursday having another two games.  6pm The Pike’s Building Centre Bantam Division see Mary Brown’s taking to the ice with Clear Focus Optical.  The teams battled back and forth to end the game in a 3-3 tie.  Players of the week went to Shaemus Best of Mary Brown’s and Kyle Murphy of Clear Focus.  Wally Drake’s Trucking Midget division had Vallen playing their second game of the week against TD Bank.  Vallen took the win again with an 11-4 final score.  Lion’s Club Players of the week went to Matthew Chislett of TD Bank.


Friday night the McDonald’s AtoMc Division couldn’t wait for their game night to finally arrive.  AtoMc Black and White hit the ice.  The game was back and forth until AtoMc White went ahead with a 2-goal lead and ended the game with a 6-4 win.  Players of the week went to Lucas Power of AtoMc Black and Jaxson MacLaughlin of AtoMC White.  Grant Thornton Peewee Division anxiously awaited the Zamboni to clean the ice to get their game going.  Community Credit Union playing Canadian Tire.  The fans were entertained with some beauty goals.  In the end Community Credit Union took the win with a 10-8 final.  Players of the week went to Nicholas Murray of Community Credit Union and Matthew Hollett of Canadian Tire.  A great Friday night at the arena came to a close with the U12 Female Division.  Canadian Tire played The Paint Shop.  It was a great game with some new recruits from the Esso Fun Weekend, the girls ended with a 5-5 tie game.  Macbeth & Associates players of the week were Sara Walsh of Canadian Tire and Holly Avery of The Paint Shop.


Tim Hortons Timbits Division had Jensen Coady of the Timbit Islanders, Isabella Hannam of the Timbit Sharks and Ryan Evans of the Timbit Canucks as Players of the week this week.  Followed right after with house league practice were the Novice Division.  Picco & White Players of the week went to Kendra Clark of Scotiabank, Tanner Butler of Extreme Pita/Ziggy Peel goods, Samual Chilopora of Brenton Group and Kurtis Badcock of Hotel Marystown.  After Timbits and Novice in the morning House League had a short break Saturday as everyone was geared up for their first All-star practices taking place throughout the weekend.  Sunday night Wally Drakes Trucking Midget Division played their final game of the week and TD Bank took the 8-6 win over Aylwards Home Hardware.


Another momentous week of hockey in the books for Marystown Minor Hockey Association.  Remember to stay up to speed and check out the website at www.marystownminorhockey.com.


 




MINOR HOCKEY REPORT OCTOBER 9-16, 2017


Marystown Minor Hockey began their 2017-18 Season on October 6, 2017.  Beginning with a FUN weekend, some 330 kids geared up ready to hit the ice.  Regular house league began Monday, October 9, 2017.  Scotiabank U15 Female Division seen, Remax taking on BDO with Remax taking the win with a 4-0 final.  Lauren Paddle of Remax and Tori Walsh of BDO were this week’s players of the Week.  U20 Females had Robin’s/2-4-1 playing Pizza Delight for the win with an 8-5 final score.  Players of the week going to Amy Hanrahan of Pizza Delight and Emily Stokes of Robin’s/2-4-1.  Wally Drake’s Construction Midget Division seen some action between TD Bank and Aylward’s Home Hardware.  It was a close game with Aylward’s Home Hardware winning with a 6-4 final.  Lion’s Club Player of the Week went to Christian Barnes of TD Bank and Jackson Appleby of Aylward’s Home Hardware.


Thursday, the rivalry continued with the Pike’s Building Centre Bantam Division with Mary Browns taking the win over Clear Focus with an 8-4 final.  Players of the Week go to Joshua Kelly of Mary Browns and Andrew Murphy of Clear Focus.  Wally Drake’s Construction Midget Division had anther close game with Aylward’s Home Hardware taking another win over Vallen, final 6-5.  Lions Club Player of the Week for Vallen going to Zachary Butler.


Friday night was a night for the younger divisions with McDonald’s AtoMc Division.  AtoMc White taking on AtoMc Black.  Tight game with a score of 8-7.  McDonalds AtoMc Players of the Week go to Liam Hanrahan of AtoMc Black and Ryan Moulton of AtoMc White.  Next up was the Grant Thornton Peewee Division, Community Credit Union were geared up to take on Canadian Tire.  The game ended in a tie 5-5.  Players of the Week going to Evan Badcock of Canadian Tire and Malcolm Fizzard of Community Credit Union.  Last game of the night seen the U12 Female division with Canadian Tire taking on The Paint Shop.  Canadian Tire fought for the win with a final of 4-2.  Macbeth & Associates Players of the Week went to Emily Pittman of Canadian Tire and Jenna Hynes of The Paint Shop.


Also, the Tim Hortons Timbit Players of the week were Swaran Aravinthan of Timbit Islanders, Emma Fiander of the Timbit Sharks and Ryder Dominaux of the Timbit Canucks.  Picco & White Players of the week for the Novice division were Hemrik Ares of Hotel Marystown, Lennox Armstrong of Extreme Pita/Ziggy Peel Goods, Mackenzie Clarke of Brenton Group and Evan Adams of Scotiabank.


Sunday clued up first week of House League with Wally Drakes Trucking Midget Division playing their final game between TD Bank and Vallen.  Close game again with TD Bank taking the win.



 



ALL STAR TRYOUT SCHEDULE

 




ESSO FUN DAY


Esso Fun Day was a huge success with 23 girls participating! Thanks to all the girls for coming out to try the game of hockey and to the volunteers who helped make it happen.


Extended Fun Weekend!


 




FEMALE ESSO FUN DAY HAS BEEN SET FOR SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2017

Anyone wishing to register please contact Female Rep Tammy Oak ASAP as all players need to be registered prior to the event.  Also, looking for students who wish to volunteer their time to help out with the event


Anyone that would like to donate gear for the Esso fun day, or if you have any further questions please contact Female Rep. Tammy Oake.



 




Start date for FUN Weekend is Friday, October 6, 2017.  Keep an eye on the website for any further updates or schedules.


Team Rosters have been posted.


Dates to Remember:


October 6, 2017

Start of Season


October 6-8, 2017 

Fun Weekend


October 9, 2017 - (Thanksgiving)

Start of Regular House League Season


October 16, 2017

All Star Tryouts Begin

(ALL REGULAR HOUSE LEAGUE WILL BE CANCELLED DURING THIS TIME AND TRYOUT SCHEDULE WILL REPLACE IT)


October 27, 2017

Start of Regular All Star Practices


Keep an eye on Calendar for important dates.




 



As in previous seasons, MMHA will have our Annual Coaches/Directors Meeting.

The meeting will be held on

Wednesday, September 27, 2017 @ 7pm at the Sobeys Community Room.  

We encourage anyone doing volunteering this year to attend this meeting.  

 

 Anyone not already having passed along a volunteer form are still encouraged to attend meeting and bring along volunteer form.

 

Looking forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday night.

If anyone has any questions, please feel free to email or keep note for Wednesday night.



 




Third and FINAL Registration taking place at the Summer Games Building on Sunday, September 24, 2017 from 1-5pm


  • Reminder to any returning players that have not returned jerseys, they must do so before registering.  There will be a $75 fee if jersey is not returned.

  • Parent respect in sport MUST be completed before any new players can be registered.  Please bring along your HNLP registration number to registration once course is completed.  Link can be found on following page to complete course.  Parent Respect in Sport

  • Any new players need to pass along a copy of their birth certificate.  Also any returning players that do not have birth certificates or MCP numbers passed in should do so.

  • Anyone wanting to volunteer in any aspect are asked to have all volunteer forms passed in no later than third registration September 24, 2017.

  • Registration:  Timbits - $310, Novice-Midget - $350, Goalie - $210, Insurance for third player - $61



 



The Tri Pen AAA program will be hosting its first tryout for the season for the Midget Female team.

Where:  Clarenville Events Centre
When:  Saturday September 9th,2017, 11:30 - 1:00, and 2:10- 3:40

Cost:  $80.00


Please forward completed information to esenior@hotmail.ca


Players Name ,Address , Dob ,Parents/Guardian ,Email address,
Phone#, Home Association, Preferred Position.


Deadline to register is Friday September 8, 2017