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Shelburne Wolves Novice AE in second place after weekend win

November 21, 2019   ·   0 Comments

Written By BRIAN LOCKHART

The Shelburne Wolves Novice AE team are in second place in their division following a 5 – 0 win over the Essa Eagles at the Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex on Saturday, November 16.

The Squad now has a 4-5-2 record for the season.

The Wolves played a solid three periods during their home game with Essa.

On offence they pressured for the entire game to keep the puck in the Essa end. On defence they put up a solid effort keeping the play from going into the Shelburne zone and forcing the play to the outside when the Essa team made it across the blue line.

Wolves goals came from Mason Fogal, for two, Travis Van Nest for two, and a single from Mason Thorn.

Goalie Ayden White-Chantree got the win and the shutout for the Wolves.

“We were passing a lot and scoring a lot of goals,” said Wolves right wing, Mason Fogal. “On defence we did a lot of backchecking.”

Teammate, Logan Boisse, said he thought the team put out a good effort.

“We were working our hardest and working together as a team,” Logan said. “We were using each other on the ice.”

Coach Ben Boisse said he is happy with the team’s progress this year.

“Today’s game was a collective effort from all the kids playing their positions,” he said after the game. “They were getting shots on net. They’ve been playing their man positionally and getting shots on net. Our defence was getting the puck out. They’ve been working together as a team. We’re keeping the lines together – that’s key. Their skating has improved since day one.”

The Wolves will be back on home ice on Sunday, December 1, when they will host the Collingwood Blackhawks.

Game time is 3:15 p.m.



         

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