The Central West senior hockey league will start its 2017-18 season Saturday November 4th. The opening weekend games will see Gander Flyers hosting the Clarenville Caribous. Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts are the other team. The teams will play a 20 game schedule which includes eight games against the East Coast Senior Hockey League.
There is a big change for this season in provincial senior hockey. Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador says Senior Hockey has agreed to eliminate imports in all leagues and categories with the only exception of 1 import goaltender permitted in the Central West League only, effective the 2017-2018 season.
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador held its annual general meeting in Gander during the weekend. There is now a new referee in chief for Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador. Ed Flood of Corner Brook was elected to the post defeating previous referee in chief Don Kelly of Mont Pearl who has held the post for many
Luke Gallant hoists the Allan Cup. ( Robert Goulding Photo) The Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts have given Newfoundland its third Allan Cup in Allan Cup history. The Cataracts defeated Lacombe Generals 7-4 in the championship game. The Corner Brook Royals won the Allan Cup in 1986, the
S U N D A Y The Conception Bay CeeBee Stars are the 2017 Herder Memorial champions. Kenny Kings second goal of the game at 15:59 of the third and that gave the CeeBee Stars a 4-3 victory in game five of the final. Daniel Sparkes and Lucas Goobie had the
GAME TWO The CeeBee Stars have evened the best of five Herder Memorial Trophy final at a game apiece with Clarenville Caribous. Matthew Thomey’s goal late in the third period from Colin Feehan and Danbiel Cadigan proved to be the winner as the CeeBee Stars win 2-1. John Snow also scored in the
It was a thrilling end to the Central West Senior Hockey League best of seven final series. Mason Reid scored in overtime and the Clarenville Caribous edge the defending champions Cataracts 4-3 to earned a berth in the 2017 Herder Memorial Trophy final. The best of five series begins Saturday night in Harbour Grace with
The Central West Senior Hockey League championship game is set for Friday night in Grand Falls Windsor at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stadium. The defending champions Cataracts and the Clarenville Caribous meet at eight o clock.. And with that game the Cataracts will not have head coach Tom Coolen on the bench and the
S U N D A Y The Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts and Clarenville Caribous will need a seventh and deciding game settle the west central senior hockey league title. Collin Circelli scored at 19:06 of the third period to earn the Cataracts a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the Caribous Sunday setting
The Clarenville Caribous are one win away from the Central West Senior Hockey League championship. Kevin Reid’s second goal of the game at 13:39 of the first overtime session gave the Caribous a 4-3 come from behind win. Kenny Mahoney had the other two goals for the Caribous. Michael Brent, Michael Hynes and Travis