Oct 23-29, 2017 Rink News

In Timmins Ringette Association JBO action on Sunday, Cain Safety dominated a short-staffed Custom Concrete team 6-0 behind the strong goaltending of Adele Larochelle.    Wonder kid, Sydney Dagenais, led Cain Safety to victory with her 3 goal, 2 assist effort.  Shannon Lachance chipped in with 2 goals and an assist, while Karine Caron had a single tally. Genevieve Prud’homme had a strong game with three assists.  Samantha Cain and Gabrielle Dagenais contributed with one assist each.

Following are the results of other Timmins Ringette Association games from the past week:

 

Novice Division:

On Friday at the Whitney arena, NEO Lazer Tag welcomed the Iroquois Falls Stingers.  Neo triumphed by a score of 7-2.    Both goalies stopped everything in the first 9 minutes of the game until Neo’s Isabelle Rivard was able to break the tie with a quick goal.  Lazer Tag was able to get another goal scored by, birthday girl, Kaitlyn Bangs; the first of her three of the night.  She also finished with an assist.  The Stingers answered back; as Catherine Morin was finally able to get one by goalie Jana Courchese; who was lights out for the first 15 minutes.  Neo’s Cloé Belanger-Gallant chipped in with a 2 goal, one assist effort.  Isabelle Rivard and Charlotte Simoneau contributed single goals. Isabella Merenda played a strong game and added an assist.    Emerley Come completed the scoring for The Stingers in a losing cause.

 

Petite Division:

On Monday, in Petite level games, Designer Pools outlasted Porcupine Kinsmen by a score of 7-5.  The game was a highly entertaining back and forth affair in the first half, but Designer pulled away and secured the victory with three second period goals.  Maria Aide-Rios paced the Pool attack with a 4 goal, 1 assist performance.  Single scores came off the sticks of Janelle Lapierre, Brooke-Lynne McGinn, and Martina Romain.  Isabella Beatie-Peters had a strong two way game and contributed 4 assists.  Amaia Aide-Rios added 2 assists, while Fiona Bernier had one assist.    In a losing cause, Porcupine Kinsmen  were paced by two goal efforts from Zoe Brazeau and Juliette Bourdage-Cote.  Daphe Labelle rounded out their scoring.   Kailan Yacula contributed two assists.

On Tuesday Designer Pool was back in action.  This time, they bested Timmins Garage by a score of 7-2.  Amaia Aide-Rios paced their scoring with three goals and an assist.     Martina Romain scored two goals of her own.  Janelle Lapierre chipped in with a goal and an assist.  Isabella Beatie-Peters scored their last goal.    For Timmins Garage, Ella McCarty and Anika Allarie scored.

 

Tween Division:

On Tuesday, Alberts Sports and Work Wear overcame Viel Auto Body by a score of 7-3.  Marie-Pier Durepos-Letourneau went on an offensive tear with a 3 goal, 1 assist performance.  The scoring from Alberts was spread out the rest of the game with single tallies from Jessica Boileau, Jayme Macotte, Kaylee Simoneau, and Danielle Southcott.    Samantha Stewart chipped in with 2 primary assists, while Paige Brumwell and Madison Seguin had one point a piece.    For Viel, Marguerite Bourdage-Cote scored 1 of the goals and added 2 assists.   Single tallies came off the sticks of Lea Mclean and Janelle Rivard.

 

On Wednesday, Rehab Plus used the exceptional goaltending performance of Katie Page to overcome a strong Albert’s Sports and Work Wear team 3-0.  Caelen Easton and Amber Vane led the victors with 1 goal and 1 assist each.  Danika Ratte scored the third goal.  Kara Cloutier, Olivia Deforge and Morgan McIvor were strong on the Ring all game and contributed one assist each.    Despite the loss, Kyara Breton played strong in goal for Albert’s.

 

On Friday, Rehab Plus took on the Iroquois Falls Home Hardware Hornets and just edged the crew from Iroquois Falls 4-3.   It was a tightly fought encounter throughout, with the Hornets scoring in the last minute of the game to make it close and cause some nervousness on the Rehab bench.   For the Rehab team, Caelen Easton continued her hot streak this week with another two goals.  Her teammate, Karine Harvey, added two goals of her own.  Amber Vane and Danielle Southcott played a solid game as well, contributing 2 assists each.  The Hornets were led by Alina Lessard’s 2 goals, and Catherine Bell’s one goal, one assist performance.

 

On Sunday, Viel Auto Body put together their most complete team effort of the season in beating their rivals from Albert’s Sports and Work Wear 6-3.   Viel carried the game with  constant pressure,team work and a “never give up” attitude.   Both goalies had a strong game, but Albert’s Kyara Breton was far busier in her goal than was her counterpart, Emma Belanger.  Viel was led in scoring by Marguerite Bourdage-Cote’s 4 goals.  Sierra Landry and Tessa Desjardin had one goal, one assist efforts.  Lea McLean and Emma Robertson chipped in with an assist each, and played a strong defensive game.  Marie-Pier Durepos-Letourneau had two goals in a losing cause, while Madison Seguin scored one.  Keyana Breault and Samantha Stewart played strong games for Albert’s and added one assist each.