The Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls have advanced to the OMHA quarter finals after a convincing 4-1 victory over Oshawa in the 6th and deciding game of their semi-final series. A 1-1 tie on Saturday knotted the series at 5 points apiece and set up the SuperBowl Sunday final. In the game the Bulls came out fast and aggressive, building a 3-0 lead in the first 4 minutes on goals by Tyler Gordon, James Vandervoort and Patrick French. An Oshawa time out settled the Jr Generals and they held the Bulls off the board for the rest of the period. Midway through the 2nd period Oshawa scored to cut the lead to 2 goals but Angelo Brown restored the 3 goal lead in the 3rd and Mark Rosatte slammed the door shut to seal the win. Gordon, Vandervoort, French, Brown, Marissa Settatree, Nick Rittwage, and Justin Gutthardt picked up assists in the win. In game 5, Settatree scored in the 1st on a goalmouth scramble after Ian Chapelle moved the puck down low and James Vandervoort
The Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls' playoff run came to an end on Saturday with a 5-1 loss in Peterborough in their OMHA quarter final. Kaylen McCormack scored the Belleville goal with Angelo Brown and Patrick French assisting. Aidan Brownlee stopped 34 shots. The Bulls finished the season with a 23-17-10 record. The team, their coaching staff, parents and supporters should be proud of the effort put forward this year.
The Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls dropped the first 2 games in their OMHA quarter final against Peterborough by the scores of 7-2 and 5-4. In game 1, Payton Smith and Kaylen McCormack scored unassisted. In game 2, James Vandervoort had a hat trick with McCormack picking up the other marker. McCormack, Justin Gutthardt, Patrick French and Will Arsenault had assists. Aidan Brownlee and Mark Rosatte shared goaltending duties.
After 4 straight visiting team wins, the Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls will look to reverse the trend and finish off the Oshawa Jr Generals in their Lakeshore playoff series at home next Saturday. Over the weekend the teams split their games with Oshawa defeating Belleville 5-3 on Saturday and the Bulls prevailing 5-2 on Sunday. Patrick French, Tyler Gordon and Justin Gutthardt scored in the first game with French, Kaylen McCormack (2), Will Arsenault, Nick Rittwage and James Vandervoort picking up assists. Mark Rosatte stopped 22 shots. In the second game the Bulls made the most of their chances, scoring 5 times on just 13 shots. Vandervoort led the attack with a goal and 2 assists with Gutthardt, McCormack, Ethan Prince and Devin Roach also scoring. Roach, Angelo Brown, Payton Smith and Marissa Settatree assisted. Aidan Brownlee stopped 27 shots.
Angelo Brown scored the tying goal early in the third and assisted on Patrick French's winner with 5 minutes left as the Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls came from behind to edge the Oshawa Jr Generals 2-1 on Sunday and even their 1st round playoff at 2 points each. Jared Maracle and Nick Rittwage also picked up assists while Mark Rosatte backstopped the Bulls, who outshot Oshawa 25-13. In the opener on Saturday, the Generals outhustled the Bulls and came away with a 5-2 victory. Tyler Gordon and Justin Gutthardt scored with assists from French, Rittwage, Ian Chapelle and Kaylen McCormack. Aidan Brownlee was busy in net as Oshawa outshot Belleville 36-17.
The Scotland Yards Landscaping PeeWee Major AE Jr Bulls (14-7-7) picked up 5 of 6 points in their final 3 regular season games to move into 3rd place in the Lakeshore League and secure home ice in the first round of the playoffs against Oshawa. On Saturday in Ajax, a tired Bulls team playing their second game of the day, rallied from a 2 goal deficit to tie the Knights at 2. Jared Maracle scored an unassisted goal to start the rally and Patrick French scored a minute later to earn the point. Mark Rosatte stopped 18 shots in the game. Tyler Gordon and Nick Rittwage assisted on the tying goal. Earlier in the day, at home, French scored 12 seconds into the game and the Bulls never looked back as they dumped Whitby 4-1. French (2), Kaylen McCormack, and Justin Gutthardt scored with assists from McCormack (2), Gordon (2), and Marissa Settatree. Aidan Brownlee stopped 22 in the win. On Thursday, Belleville doubled Napanee 4-2 in Napanee . French and Gordon had a goal and an assist