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WEDNESDAY, September 26, 2012

TEKAWENNAKE

Suspensions cost the Corvairs in Waterloo By Jim Windle CALEDONIA

scored two goals on 11 shots on Justis Husak in the Corvairs’ net, and an empty nettWith coach Mike Bull- er to make the final score 6-4. ard serving the first of a two    game suspension and a lineup Caledonia Corvairs 8 weakened by suspensions to Brampton Bombers 2 Nathan Ferris, Simon Blythe, The Corvairs took advanand Fabrizio Ricci from Fri- tage of the struggling Brampday night’s fight filled official ton Bombers Friday night in home opener in Caledonia, Caledonia with an 8-2 win in the Jr. B Caledonia Corvairs  what began as a hockey game limped into Waterloo to face but ended up as an all out war the 4-2 Siskins Sunday after- on skates.  noon and were handed a 6-4 By the time the fur stopped loss, their second loss of the flying a total of 203 minutes young season. in penalties were assessed to Waterloo struck with goals both teams, 119 to Brampton by Jacob Ariss and James and 84 to Caledonia on a toSoper before Nate Mitton an- tal of 59 infractions, most of swered at 14:46 from captain them fight related. Mitch Brown. The last time these teams Caledonia came on in the met was in Brampton last second period to wipe out week when the Corvairs shot the Siskins’ lead with a pow- down the Bombers 11-2. erplay marker from Dalton It was the official home Ridley, assisted by Brown opener, however they did lose and Ryan Blunt. Then at 7:01 to Cambridge 3-2 in their first the Corvairs took the 3-2 lead home game of the season last when Jeff Swift capped off a week. play started by Connor MurOnce all the opening cerphy and Nick McMullen.  emonies were over, the young Waterloo’s Adam Cam- and retooled Corvairs settled pagnolo delivered on a pow- down to work, methodically erplay opportunity to tie the building up a 3-0 lead after game again, at 3-3, but Tyler the first 20 minutes of play. Norrie closed the period with Matthew Henderson got the go-ahead tally at 14:41 things going at 8:54 when he from Brier Jonathan to make cruised in close to the Brampit 4-3 for Caledonia heading ton crease and flipped a backinto the final 20 minutes.  hander over starter Bryan The third period was Raymond’s glove  to make owned by the Siskins who it 1-0 with assists going to

Corvairs Mike Ridley is stopped at the edge of the Brampton crease in Friday’s Jr. B game at the Caledonia Arena. The Corvairs prevailed for the 8-2 final score. (Photo by Jim Windle) Brandon Montour and Conner Murphy. Ryan Moran and Murphy made good on powerplay opportunities, drawing assists from Murphy, Jeff Swift and Montour. Brendan Bomberry scored at 3:56 of the second from Scott Dorian and Tyler Norrie and at 5:10, Murphy scored his second powerplay goal of the game, from Swift and Henderson. Brampton’s first goal was also a powerplay marker,

scored at 6:44, with Bomberry in the box for hooking. Ill feelings were simmering throughout the first two periods but escalated into a full boil in the third. With the score 5-1 for Caledonia, the third period quickly degenerated into a UFC show with several players squaring off and other nasty issues referees Darryl Wolfe and Steve Stasluk, and linesmen Trevor Atkinson and Cory Hooper had to deal with beginning at the 22

second mark. Not a minute later another battle broke out at 1:12 involving several players, and then again at 6:36, 15:53 and 19:55 when the two coaches got into the fray with some verbal hand grenade tossing. An array of bad behaviour penalties were added to several fighting calls and misconducts, including: gross misconducts to Bombers coach Steve Hodson and Corvairs’ coach Mike Bullard, as well as to Corvairs

HAPPENINGS

SIX NATIONS PARKS & RECREATION 519-445-4311 GAYLORD POWLESS ARENA

GAYLORD POWLESS ARENA ICE/ FLOOR BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE 24 HOURS IN ADVANCE. EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15, 2010. SIX NATIONS PARKS AND RECREATION

WED • SEP. 26 New Credit 4 - 4:50pm 5pm Novice 6pm Atom 7pm Peewee 8 - 9:20pm Bantam Midget 9:30 - 10:50pm

THUR • SEP. 27

4 - 4:50 Randy Martin SNSC 5 - 7:50pm

FRI • SEP. 28

SNSC 5 - 8:50pm

SAT • SEP. 29

SUN • SEP. 30

9am Novice LL 10am Novice LL SNSC 11am Atom LL 10 12:50pm 12pm Atom AE 1 - 2:20pm Atom AE 1pm Atom Rep 2pm Peewee LL 2:30 - 3:50 Atom Rep 3pm Peewee Rep 4 - 5:20pm Peewee Rep 4pm Bantam LL 5:30 - 6:50pm Bantam Rep 5pm Bantam Rep 7 - 8:20pm Midget Prac 6pm Midget Bobby Martin 8 - 9:20pm

MAIN DIAMOND

Grade 7 & 8 Friendship Tournament 9am - 3pm

Rain Date Grade 7 & 8 Friendship Tournament 9am - 3pm

Ohsweken Redmen Tournament 9am - 6pm

Ohsweken Redmen Tournament 9am - 6pm

DIAMOND NO. 2

Grade 7 & 8 Friendship Tournament 9am - 3pm

Rain Date Grade 7 & 8 Friendship Tournament 9am - 3pm

Ohsweken Redmen Tournament 9am - 6pm

Ohsweken Redmen Tournament 9am - 6pm

SPORTS FIELD WEST SPORTS FIELD EAST RUNNING/ WALKING TRACK

Dave Smith (3-S) SNSC 5 - 8:50pm

CLOSED DUE TO TRACK CONSTRUCTION Reese Bomberry Main Hall 2 - 4pm

Reese Bomberry Kitchen 11am - 7pm Main Hall 3 - 7pm

Church of Jesus Christ Main Hall 12:30 - 3:30pm

Dave Smith 4 - 4:50pm 5pm Novice LL 6pm Atom LL 7pm Peewee LL 8pm Peewee LL 9pm Bantam LL 10pm Midget 9 - 10am Immersion School

CLOSED DUE TO TRACK CONSTRUCTION

Seventh Day Adventist Sports Den 6 - 8pm

TUE • OCT. 2 Ice Maintenance 8am - 3:50pm

Boys Field Lacrosse Practice 6 7:30pm

CLOSED DUE TO TRACK CONSTRUCTION

Bereavement Main Hall/Kitchen 10am - 3pm Booked by Gina (k) - kitchen (mh) - main hall Vanevery (sd) - sports den (f) foyer Elders Euchre Sports Den 12 - 3pm Phillip Skye Sports Den 6 - 8pm

COMMUNITY HALL

MON • OCT. 1

FOR MORE INFORMATION

SNMLA Sports Den 5 - 9pm

player Simon Blythe, for “trash talking.” Other assorted calls included: failure to go to the bench; aggressor; instigator; inciting an opponent; unsportsmanlike conduct; head contact; checking from behind; roughing after the whistle, and butt ending. After the league reviewed the situation, a raft of suspensions were assessed including 2 games each for coaches Mike Bullard (Caledonia) Continued on page 12

PROGRAMS

1. LADIES VOLLEYBALL – TUESDAYS. J C HILL SCHOOL, 7:00 PM TO 8:30 PM, $4.00/ NIGHT. 2. MENS DROP IN BASKETBALL – WEDNESDAYS STARTING OCTOBER 10 AT OM SMITH SCHOOL. 7:00 PM TO 8:30 PM. $4.00/NIGHT 3. SMALL BALL – AGES 5&6, WEDNESDAYS FROM OCTOBER 10 TO NOVEMBER 14. 6:00 TO 6:45 PM. OLIVER M. SMITH SCHOOL. LIMITED SPACE. REGISTER UNTIL OCTOBER 5. 4. PUBLIC SKATING – NOON TO 1:00 PM – STARTS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10. RUNS MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAYS. $2.00. HELMETS MUST BE WORN BY ALL SKATERS. 5. SATURDAY PUBLIC SKATING – 7:00 TO 7:50 PM – STARTS SATURDAY OCTOBER 13. $2.00. NO SKATE OCTOBER 20. HELMETS MUST BE WORN BY ALL SKATERS.

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