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
The Central West Senior Hockey League handed out its awards for the past season on Saturday night. Collin Circelli of the first place Cataracts was named the league’s most valuable player. In 18 games he played with the Cataracts the native of Oshawa Ontario scored eight goals and added 15 assists for
The Clarenville Caribous evened the best of seven Central West senior hockey final at a game apiece with a 4-3 win over the Cataracts Sunday. Keith Delaney scored twice for the Caribous and Dustin Russell and Ryan Delaney added singles. Stephen Simms, Andrew Gill and Rodi Short replied
S A T U R D A Y The Clarenville Caribous will face the Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts for the 2016-17 Central West senior hockey championship. The Caribous down the Gander Flyers 8-5 on Saturday night to win the best of three semi final series in straight games. Ryan Derosiers
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.