Formula Powell Midget B Flyers Results
The Formula Powell Midget B flyers managed to pick up another 2 point win on the road in Dawson Creek Friday night where they faced the Canucks in what turned out to be penalty filled 2nd period.
Flyers started out very slow in the 1st period with netminder Craig Wozniak facing 15 shots. Flyers soon picked up the pace and managed to take the lead in the 2nd period when a scuffle ensued behind the DC goal. This lead to the eventual ejection of 7 Canuck players and 4 Flyers. With the depth of the Flyers squad, they were able to fill the void and adjusted their bench. Scoring 4 goals in the second period for the Flyers were Beauden Lancaster, Kyle Leonard, Shane Roy,and Luke Hopkins. Assisting on the plays were John Apsassin, Nico Mitchell, Phillip Davis, Brazos Bourgeau, Leonard and Zac Scott. With the score in favor 4-1 for the Flyers, Canucks opted to switch to running time in the third period. Hopkins received his 2nd goal of the game with assists from Scott and Tyrel Lepine and Lepine capitalized on the final marker of the game with assists going to Scott and Leonard to end the game 6-1 for the Flyers.
Next action in the new year for the Formula Powell Midget B Flyers will be Jan 3rd in Grande Prairie and a tournament the following weekend.
The FSJ Ross H. MacLean Pee Wee AA Flyers win two and go 6-0 in All Peace Action.
The Flyers defeated the Fairview Pee Wee Post team 8-6 in Fairview on Saturday even though the Flyers were missing three key players. The team worked hard and 6 different players contributed to the scoring. Jarod Lang led the way with a goal and three assists, Aiden Harris netted two and had one assist, and Tyler Wood scored twice. Other goal scorers were Gould, Edwards, and Hartman. Although Fairview struck first the Flyers tied it up shortly after and didn’t relinquish the lead again. Colten Lancaster made some key saves in the final minutes and earned the win in net.
On Sunday, the results were similar when Peace River scored first but 10 seconds later the Flyers tied it up and didn’t fall behind again. Jeff Bochon led the way with a goal and two assists and Lang, Loewen, Kosinsky, Harris, and Legace rounded out the scoring making it a 6-3 final. Lane Delfs was strong in net and earned the win.