The Central West Senior Hockey League has agreed to cancel the six remaining games the Gander Flyers were to have played in the regular season. The league in a prepared statement said “due to revenue this season having fallen well below budgeted figures which resulted in a accumulating serious financial situation for the team”, the
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador has ruled on a suspension for Clarenville Caribous forward Justin Pender. HNL has suspended the the Clarenville play for six games. The suspension was handed out after Pender received a match penalty after an incident in a game between the Cataracts and Caribous January 22nd. Pender was
Hockey Newfoundland says it will rule later this week on a suspension for Clarenville Caribous defenseman Justin Pender. Pender received a match penalty in Sunday’s game against the Cataracts. Its alleged he threw a water bottle at the referee and was assessed a match penalty.
S U N D A Y The Cataracts made it a sweep of the Clarenville Caribous Sunday with a 4-2 win. Four players shared in the scoring for the first place Cataracts Andre Hill, Andrew Brennan, Rodi Sjort and Michael Brent. Ryan Derosiers and Brandon Roach replied for the Caribous.
Andrew Brennan of the Cataracts leads the Central West Senior Hockey League scoring race. Brennan has played 12 games and has five goals and 14 assists for 19 points. Stewart McCrae of the Clarenville Caribous is in second place with 16 points from four goals and 12 assists.
S U N D A Y The Cataracts picked up their ninth win of the season Sunday doubling the Clarenville Caribous 6-3 at the Joe. The win has the Cats at the Christmas Break with 19 points seven more than the Caribous. Danny Wicks and Mike Brent scored two goals each for
The Central West Senior Hockey League also sees a tie for the scoring race early in their season. Stewart McCrae of Clarenville and Collin Circelli of the Cataracts both have 11 points. McCrae has scored four goals and added seven assists while Circelli has three goals and eight assists. Second place is
S U N D A Y The Cataracts picked up their fifth win of the season Sunday beating the Gander Flyers 2-1 in a shootout. Rodi Short gets the winner in the shootout. The Cats led 1-nothing after two periods on Michael Cole’s first goal of the season. Tyler Carroll, with
S U N D A Y The Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts made it two weekend wins over the Clarenville Caribous Sunday with a 5-2 decision. Five players shared in the scoring for the Cats, Kyle McGuirk, Andrew Brennan, Colin Circelli, Micheal Brent and Alex Dalley. Ryan Derosiers and Keith Delaney had
S U N D A Y The Cataracts get a weekend split with the Gander Flyers skating to a 5-2 win on Sunday. Five players shared in the Cats scoring–Andrew Brennan, Luke Gallant, Collin Circelli, Andre Gill and Danny Wicks. Andrew Ryan and Pat O’Keefe replied for the Flyers . STANDINGS