Minor Atom AA '08, Rep, 2017-2018 (Peterborough Hockey Association)

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Submitted By Michael Heffernan on Sunday, December 10, 2017 (565 views)
 The Minor Atom AA Petes took on their rival from Oshawa Saturday at the Kinsman.  This was a close checking game throughout the first two periods which saw both teams goalies holding the teams in the game.  However the Petes came out on a mission in the third scoring two quick goals.  Oshawa was able to come within one late in the game but goalie Antonio Bianco stood tall and shutting them down.  Hunter Young and Caiden Rogers scored the goals with assists going to Ethan Richardson and Ben Gusso. Read More

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Submitted By Michael Heffernan on Sunday, November 26, 2017 (623 views)
The McBain Quarries Minor Atom AA Petes travelled to Detroit over the weekend to represent Canada at the Nations Cup Tournament.  The team started off strong with a 6-1 win Friday morning vs Columbus Capitals. They continued to build Friday afternoon with another convincing 5-0 shut-out over Pittsburgh.  Going in to Saturday the team was in the running for the top Canadian spot and faced Rochester and Cincinatti.  Read More

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Submitted By Michael Heffernan on Saturday, November 18, 2017 (515 views)
The McBain Minor Atom AA Petes travelled to Whitby today to take on the second place Wildcats.  After getting down early the Petes battled back to tie it, on three different occasions.  After out playing Whitby, Peterborough finally got the lead with 8 minutes left in the third.  Hard work and determination from all players  enabled them to hold on for a big 4-3 win and two valuable points.  Goal scorers included Ethan Richardson, Colton Bain, Jack Davis and Travis Heffernan.  Assists went to Colton Bain, Griffin Rutherford, Blake Monfrief and Ben Gusso.  Antonio Bianco played solid in net picking up the win.  Read More

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Submitted By Michael Heffernan on Sunday, November 5, 2017 (322 views)
The Minor Atom AA teams faced off against Bellville who they tied in tournament play last time they met.  After a week of hard work on and off the ice the team came out flying handing Bellville a 8-0 loss.  Antonio Bianco had the shut out in net with some great saves along the way.  But the biggest win was the hard team work that the Petes brought today.  Every player showed commitment to the team first concept and brought their best effort leading to many players contributing  with goals and assists.  Hunter Young lead the scoring with three,  Caiden Rogers and Blake Moncrief  with two each and  Ethan Richardson with a single.  This was a great team effort, which coaches were happy with.
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