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Submitted By OSGH on Fri 02 07, 20
The Owen Sound Ice Hawks Bantam BB girls were in Aurora on the weekend for the 17th International Silver Stick championships hosted by the Central York Panthers association and competed very well.


The first game of the Tournament was against Belle Tire Red U14 from Michigan, USA and the girls finished with a 1 to 1 tie game.

Lyndsay Cumming opened the scoring in the first period on a break away with assists going to Heather Koch and Cecily Mallette.

Sophia Fuller backstopped the team to the tie game, Belle Tire would score in the second period.

Then the girls played Aurora Panthers next and again tied the game but this time it was 0 to 0 with Alyssa Barnard going the distance in the net.

So after very little offence produced, the lines were shaken and stirred and the girls found their scoring touch as they defeated Barrie Sharks #117 4 to 1.

Barrie would get 3 straight power plays early on and would capitalize on one of them in the first period.  But the Ice Hawks got a short handed goal back right away as Chesney Miller won a face off back to the left of Barrie's net and Kenzie Falls would one time it in the Barrie net to tie it up at 1 apiece where it would end after the first period.

Maggie Harvey would score the eventual winner after hard work behind the net paid off as line mates Karissa Rasmussen and Natalie Madill would find Harvey in the high slot.

Chesney Miller would score on a break away from the red line with assists going to Kenzie Falls and Lyndsay Cumming.

Jolie Mcknight would close things out in the 3rd period also on a break away with assists going to Renayla Campbell and Charlotte Green.

Sophia Fuller would get the victory in net for the Ice Hawks.

So after the offensive outburst, this actually put Owen Sound in the 2nd overall seed with a 741% Goal percentage and a direct bye into Sunday mornings Semi Final game while Barrie Sharks 106 would finish 1st seed.

Rocky Mountain Rough Riders from Denver Colorado would beat Belle Tire 1 to 0 in the quarters to go onto lose to Barrie 106 in the first semi while Clarington Flames would beat Aurora 1 to 0 in the 2nd Quarter final.

So Owen Sound played Clarington Sunday morning in the semi and the girls got another win with a close 1 to 0 game.

Lyndsay Cumming scored the goal from Chesney Miller and Kenzie Falls while Alyssa Barnard was outstanding holding the crease tight!

This set up an exciting challenge to play the Barrie Sharks 106 team in the Championship game Sunday afternoon.

Barrie was undefeated in not only the tournament but actually the whole season and have been ranked number 1 in the province since Oct 1st.

The game started out fairly quick and close with both teams feeling each other out.  Barrie would get an early power play on a phantom trip call and would capitalize with a hard slap shot from the left hand side of the slot to go up 1 to 0.

Then later in the period Barrie would strike again as a shot from the point got tipped up high in the air and kind of rain bowed into our net over top of goaltender Sophia Fuller.

So after one period, Owen Sound had an edge of 8 to 6 in shots.

The second was extremely tight checking and saw no goals scored and only 1 shot produced by Barrie while Owen Sound had zero.

The third period was much busier and saw Owen Sound put up 13 shots to Barrie's 5 in an incredible effort to try and tie things up but the Ice Hawks were only able to score once as Barrie played a very solid game to win 2 to 1.

Kenzie Falls would hold a puck in along the boards on the fore check and Chesney Miller would find the puck take it deeper and give it back to Kenzie Falls who walked in a round a beautiful pick play by Lyndsay Cumming and score with a wrist shot over the blocker pad. In the end Owen Sound did have more shots, but Barrie was a deserving champion and congrats goes out to their players and coaches on a great accomplishment!



Before the Silver stick the girls played the Huron Heat and won 1 to 0 with Karrisa Rasmussen scoring from Chesney Miller and Mary Green and Alyssa Barnard getting the shut out.

After losing to Mount Forest Rams the day before 1 to 0 in LLFHL action, the Ice Hawks finished with 32 pts & dropped to a 2nd place tie with the Ayr Rockets and 3rd in seeding from the tie break just 1 point out of first overall behind the Waterloo Ravens.

Owen Sound starts their 4 point league playoff series with the 6th place Kitchener Lady Rangers this Saturday, Feb 8th at 3:30 at the Julie MacArthur Rec Centre.

Game 2 is in Kitchener Saturday, Feb 15th at 5:15pm and Game 3 if needed is back in Owen Sound on Sunday Feb 16th at 1:15pm also at the Julie MacArthur Rec Centre.

Good job on your Silver this weekend ladies, you are playing well!


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