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THE DEESIDE

Dragons

Official Matchday Programme

DRAGONS Vs Solihull Barons NIHL Division 2 Match Sponsors

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Sunday 6th January 2013 FACE OFF 6.30PM


Deeside Dragons

Deeside Dragons Ice Hockey Club General Manager Ian Foster Club Treasurer Nigel Ryland Team Manager Bruce Morton Assistant Team Manager Pete Wainwright Coach Mark Hobson Player Coach Steven Fellows Physio/Fitness Coach Lon Hooson Photographer/Web Site Peter Sheffield Web Site Scott Dutton Web Site Dean Edwardson

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Contents Ice Hockey Officials’ Signals

Boarding

Butt-Ending

Strike the clenched fist of one hand into the open palm of the other hand directly in front of the chest.

Charging

Rotating clenched fists around one another in front of chest.

A crossing motion of the forearms, one moving under the other.

Delayed Offsides

Delay of Game

Hand Pass

High-Sticking

The nonwhistle hand (open hand) and arm are placed straight down alongside the body and swung forward and up once in an underhand motion.

Holding both fists, clenched, one a short space immediately above the other to the side of the head.

Extend arm in the air and point to line with other arm.

Checking

(Women’s Only) The nonwhistle hand is placed on the shoulder and then moved out and to the side.

A series of tugging motions with both arms, as if pulling something toward the stomach.

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

Fighting/ Punching

Elbowing

Tapping either elbow The nonwhistle hand, palm with the opposite open, is placed across the hand. chest and then fully extended directly in front of the body.

Hooking

Clipping

Hitting From Behind

Extend arm above head and tap head with open palm.

Fist clenched, fully extending arm from the side.

Holding

Holding the Stick

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest.

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest. Next, hold both fists, clenched, one a short space in front of the other at waist height.

Icing The back official signals the icing situation by fully extending his free arm (without whistle) at a 66˚ angle The front official shall indicate the icing is completed by extending his free arm over his head, up straight, and blowing his whistle. The back official then will move to the faceoff spot and cross arms to indicate the icing.

Timeout/ Unsportsmanlike Conduct

CrossChecking A single forward and back motion with both fists clenched in front of the chest.

Goal Scored

Roughing

A double “punching” motion with fist clenched, fully extended in front . of the body.

Arm placed behind the back, elbow bent, forearm parallel to the ice surface.

Contact to the Head

Point at the net with the nonwhistle hand, palm open.

Intentional Offside

Extend arm to upright position.

Grasping the Face Mask A single or double motion as if grasping a face mask and pulling it down.

Interference

After blowing whistle for Crossed arms with fists offside, point toward clenched stationary in front offending team’s special spot of chest. with nonwhistle hand.

“Wash-out”

Tripping

Using both hands to form a “T” in front of the chest.

Delayed Calling of Penalty

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

Both arms swung shoulder height, not waist height.

12 Kneeing A single slapping of the right palm to the left knee, keeping both skate blades on the ice.

Misconduct Hands should be moved once from sides down to hips. Thus, point to player first, hands to hips second.

Obstruction Hands in the middle of the body in the shape of an “O”. Additional infraction following obstruction.

Penalty Shot Arms crossed (fists clenched) above the head.

Spearing A single jabbing motion with both hands together, thrust forward in front of the chest, then dropping hands to the side.

6 Slashing

One shop with the nonwhistle hand across the straightened forearm of the other hand.

Coaches Corner

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Match Report Vs Fylde Flyers

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Deeside Ice Skating clubs- A Night At The Movies

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Refs Signals

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Match Report Vs Blackburn Eagles

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Next for the DRAGONS

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Dragons Stats

Deeside Dragons 2012/13 Stats Player

GP

G

A

Pts PIM

Shaun Kippin

12

13

15

28

20

Brian Worrall

13

11

11

22

12

Tom King

12

10

8

18

49

Richard Hughes

13

7

9

16

44

James Parsons

11

7

7

14

10

Andrew Chappell

13

8

5

13

6

Simon Furnival

13

5

7

12

10

Jordan Bannon Steven Fellows

2 13

3 4

6 4

9 8

0 2

Ben Joseph Simister

8

3

4

7

0

Michael Jones

13

1

5

6

14

Peter Gazda

10

2

2

4

8

Marc Lovell

11

1

3

4

8

Peter Founds

5

2

1

3

2

Matthew Wainwright

13

0

3

3

0

David Costelloe

6

0

3

3

63

Matthew Compton

11

0

2

2

14

Kenneth Williams

12

1

1

2

6

David Clancy

9

0

1

1

2

Gavin Austin

11

0

1

1

0

Mark Hobson

1

0

0

0

0

Edward Begley

4

0

0

0

0

Christopher Varney

6

0

0

0

0

Ryan David Jones

4

0

0

0

0

Aaron Davies

6

6

5

11

52

Gary Dixon

7

1

6

7

40

Alex Parry

5

0

1

1

2

Calum Ruddick

8

0

2

2

20

Net Minder

GP

Mins

Shots Goals SO GAA

Save%

Shots/game

Edward Begley David Clancy

3 5

67.03 27 230 138

2 10

0 1

1.79 2.61

Matthew Compton

8

423

213

21

1

2.98 90.14% 30.22

George Cox

1

59.50

48

3

0

3.03

Shootout / awarded Empty net

0

0.00

0

0

0

0.00 0.00% 0.00

0.50

0

92.59% 24.17 92.75% 36.00

93.75%

0

48.40


NIHL D2 League Table

TEAM

GP

W

T

L

F

A

Pts

1

Nottingham Lions

12

10

1

1

80

26

21

2

Senators

13

9

0

4

71

40

18

3

Solihull Barons

12

8

1

3

69

34

17

4

Deeside Dragons

13

8

1

4

85

36

17

5

Hull Stingrays

13

4

1

8

44

65

9

6

Fylde Flyers

12

3

0

9

43

97

6

7

Blackburn Eagles

13

0

0

13

14

108

0


Coaches Corner

Good evening and welcome to the DRAGONS DEN, first of all I would like to wish everyone a happy New Year, let’s hope we start 2013 in the same manner as we finished 2012 however, I am sure tonight’s game will be one of our toughest to date. We are now at the business end of the season with January being a very important month for us as we have a run of home fixtures. Tonight’s game sees us host the Solihull Barons in what is expected to be a fast flowing & physical encounter. The Barons last visited the Dragons Den early on in the season and were defeated by the Dragons 6-4 however, during our last encounter when the Dragons travelled to what can only be described as a hostile environment in Solihull the Dragons didn’t really get started and we lost 5-2. I think its fare to say that the Solihull club, supporters and hockey they play is a credit to British Ice hockey as Solihull is one of founders of hockey in the U.K. Although it’s very early on in the year and most of us have overindulged during the holidays we have been able to have some fitness training on & off the ice this week, therefore there can’t be any excuses regarding our team play and fitness. As for signings, Jordan has settling in quickly with his line mates and has racked up nearly 10points in just 2 games hopefully tonight he will progress to 15 points (fingers crossed). I am also pleased to announce that Peter Founds has returned from his injury and has passed the fitness tests to bring him right back in to the line up tonight, therefore with the squad we now have it seems unlikely and unnecessary to sign any more guys as I feel when we focus on our game and stay disciplined we can out play any team in this league.. Sit back, NO Forget that - Stand up make some noise and cheer the lads on as your support is greatly needed in tonight’s game in order to give the guys that extra boost Steve Fellows #6


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NIHL NORTH D2

DRAGONS

16TH DECEMBER 2012

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Kippin(3), Worral(2), Bannon(2), Parsons(2), Chappell(2) King, Williams, Furnival, Hughes, Simister

FYLDE FLYERS

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Match Report Vs Fylde Flyers The Dragons comprehensively beat the Fylde Flyers 16-1 tonight at the Dragons den More than 500 eyes eagerly watched the sensational home game finale to this weekend’s double header, Deeside Dragons vs. Fylde Flyers. Expectations were running high after their last run away result- and the Dragons didn’t disappoint. After Tom King picked up a 10 minute penalty in the first 57 seconds for misconduct, the Dragons’ new signing Jordon Bannon, assisted by Steven Fellows, sent one to the back of the net at 2:21 and showed the Flyers how the rest of the match was going to be. There was no let up from the excitement, as the Dragons pushed a tight defense and kept the puck in the attacking zone, planting 3 more past the Flyer’s netminder. End of first period score: Dragons 4-0 Flyers. The Dragons opened the second period with a 5-on-4 advantage and Ben Simister, assisted by Bannon, added another goal to the home score board at 23:15. Shorthanded after a net minder penalty for tripping, Mathew Compton caught a saucer pass and ended the Flyers run on the defensive zone handing the play back to the Dragons’ Andrew Chappell who scorched the Flyer’s nets at 27:40, assisted by Brian Worrall, second assist Kenneth Williams. Despite the rising smell of panic hounding the Flyers, they could not gain the advantage. Worrall, assisted by Bannon and Chappell, landed the third and final goal of the second period at 33:31. Second period score: Dragons 7-0 Flyers. The last period had barely begun when Brannon checked an attempt by a Flyer’s defender, and assisted by Worrall and Peter Gazda, opened the flood gates to an amazing third period at 42:37. The Dragons dominated play. Shaun Kippin lit the lamp with an unassisted goal nearly 6 minutes later, which Williams, assisted by Simister, echoed with a beautiful slice at 51:55 taking the count into double figures. Seeing a hole in the Flyer’s defence Kippin responded to a pass by netminder Compton, slapped in an unbelievable break away from the blue line. The Dragons were unstoppable and despite 2 powerful body checks slamming James Parsons on the boards he notched up 2 goals 58 seconds apart. With under four minutes of play left, Kippin smash home his hat trick goal of the night and went on to assist King bag a blinder at 57:22. Just as the spectators were taking a breath, Chappell scored the Dragon’s final goal. Despite a last minute goal from the Flyers nothing could dampen the Dragons’ mighty roar. Final score Dragons 16 – 1 Flyers. Man of the Match Kenneth Williams Match Report thanks to Paula Pynenburg

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Ice Hockey Officials’ Signals

Boarding

Butt-Ending

Strike the clenched fist of one hand into the open palm of the other hand directly in front of the chest.

Charging

Rotating clenched fists around one another in front of chest.

A crossing motion of the forearms, one moving under the other.

Delayed Offsides

Delay of Game

Hand Pass

High-Sticking

The nonwhistle hand (open hand) and arm are placed straight down alongside the body and swung forward and up once in an underhand motion.

Holding both fists, clenched, one a short space immediately above the other to the side of the head.

Extend arm in the air and point to line with other arm.

Checking

(Women’s Only) The nonwhistle hand is placed on the shoulder and then moved out and to the side.

A series of tugging motions with both arms, as if pulling something toward the stomach.

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

Fighting/ Punching

Elbowing

Tapping either elbow The nonwhistle hand, palm with the opposite open, is placed across the hand. chest and then fully extended directly in front of the body.

Hooking

Clipping

Arm placed behind the back, elbow bent, forearm parallel to the ice surface.

Extend arm above head and tap head with open palm.

Fist clenched, fully extending arm from the side.

Holding

Holding the Stick

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest.

Clasp wrist of whistle hand with the other hand well in front of the chest. Next, hold both fists, clenched, one a short space in front of the other at waist height.

Icing The back official signals the icing situation by fully extending his free arm (without whistle) at a 66˚ angle The front official shall indicate the icing is completed by extending his free arm over his head, up straight, and blowing his whistle.

Timeout/ Unsportsmanlike Conduct

CrossChecking A single forward and back motion with both fists clenched in front of the chest.

Goal Scored

Roughing

A double “punching” motion with fist clenched, fully extended in front . of the body.

Hitting From Behind

Contact to the Head

Point at the net with the nonwhistle hand, palm open.

Intentional Offside

Extend arm to upright position.

Grasping the Face Mask A single or double motion as if grasping a face mask and pulling it down.

Interference

After blowing whistle for Crossed arms with fists offside, point toward clenched stationary in front offending team’s special spot of chest. with nonwhistle hand.

Tripping

Using both hands to form a “T” in front of the chest.

Delayed Calling of Penalty

Keep both skates on the ice when signaling, using right hand on the leg.

“Wash-out” Both arms swung shoulder height, not waist height.

The back official then will move to the faceoff spot and cross arms to indicate the icing.

Kneeing A single slapping of the right palm to the left knee, keeping both skate blades on the ice.

Misconduct Hands should be moved once from sides down to hips. Thus, point to player first, hands to hips second.

Obstruction Hands in the middle of the body in the shape of an “O”. Additional infraction following obstruction.

Penalty Shot Arms crossed (fists clenched) above the head.

Spearing A single jabbing motion with both hands together, thrust forward in front of the chest, then dropping hands to the side.

Slashing

One shop with the nonwhistle hand across the straightened forearm of the other hand.


Match Report Dragons @ Blackburn Eagles

The Dragons finished of the year in good style at Blackburn Eagles scoring ten unanswered goals Scoring Kippin 2+2 ,Hughes 1+3 , Bannon 1+3, Worral 1+2 Parsons,Chappell,Furnival and Simister all got 1+1 Gazda 1+0

NIHL NORTH D2

23RD DECEMBER 2012

BLACKBURN EAGLES

0

DRAGONS

10

Kippin(2), Worral, Bannon, Parsons, Chappell, Furnival, Hughes, Simister, Gazda


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Up next for the Dragons vs Fylde Flyers NIHL North D2 Home Sunday 13th January 2013 6.30pm face-off

vs Nottingham Lions NIHL North D2 Home Sunday 20th January 2013 6.30pm face-off

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Your Teams for Today The Dragons

5 James PARSONS 6 Steven FELLOWS 10 Andy CHAPPELL 11 Shaun KIPPIN (A) 13 Matt WAINWRIGHT 17 Tom KING 18 Ryan JONES (U18) 19 Kenny WILLIAMS 20 Brian WORRALL 21 Mike JONES 22 Dave COSTELLOE 23 Si FUNIVAL 41 Peter GAZDA 58 Ric HUGHES (A) 67 Ben SIMISTER 77 Pete FOUNDS 81 Jordan BANNON 91 Marc LOVELL (C) 92 Gavin AUSTIN 95 Harry HARNEY (U18) 29 Dave CLANCY NM 30 Ed BEGLEY NM

Score after 1st

Score after 2nd

Final Score

Solihull Barons

1! 4! 7! 9! 10 ! 12! 13! 15! 16! 17! 18! 19 ! 20! 21! 24! 39! 53! 66! 88! 89! 93 !

Hayden Laverick David Rogers Joe Henry Lui Brindle Neil Adams Adam Andrews Ian Hunt Edward Slater Andrew Whitehouse Richard Slater Rob Perks Rob Eley (A) Erik Bakalar Jake Larkin Perry Doyle David Roxburgh Chris Allen (C) Luke Smith Phil Lee (A) Richard Crowe Charlie Hammerton


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