Rebels rain havoc on Lions ice . . .

CharLan's Colby Lauzon had a pair of goals in this game . . .
CharLan's Colby Lauzon had a pair of goals in this game . . .

Saturday, Nov. 25th - The South Dundas Peewee B Rep Lions hosted the 3rd-place 5-1-2 (win-loss-tie) CharLan Rebels at Morrisburg Arena on Saturday afternoon. Although the 11th place Lions refused to throw in the towel during regulation time, they took a 7-2 pounding on the score sheet. The game was surprisingly evenly played as the shots on goal indicate, the difference being the Rebels players were beating Lions goaltender Aiden Hutt while the Lions players were not beating the Rebels net minder Tommy St.Louis

     The Rebels took a 3-0 lead in the opening period, gave up a single in the middle frame and added four more in the final 18 minutes to add another victory to their record. And they showed no reluctance to shoot at every opportunity.

     Jack Vandrish led the CharLan contingent with three goals and an assist for four points while Drew Anderson with a single and a pair of assists, Colby Lauzon with a pair of goals, Cole Mader and Fraser McDonell with two assists each all had multiple points in the game. Keiren McLeod, Jack Gray, Eliott Chisolm and Adie MacDonell each added a single point.

     The Lions registered five points by five players in this one. Monty Dejong scored the opening goal on a pass from Cam Shaver and Mason Hummel late in the second period and Wyatt Barkley nailed a single  early into the final period.

     The Rebels served a minor infraction for every goal scored in this one drawing seven penalties while four minor infractions were called on the Lions. Shots on goal were 35-31 in favor of the Rebels.

     The South Dundas Peewee B Lions do not play at Morrisburg Arena again until Saturday, December 23rd against the last place Ogdensburg Leafs.


Dejong leads Peewee Reps on 3 points . . .

South Dundas Lions Peewee B Rep goaltender Aiden Hutt grabs the puck and hangs on in this goal mouth altercation on Saturday afternoon at Morrisburg Arena . . .
South Dundas Lions Peewee B Rep goaltender Aiden Hutt grabs the puck and hangs on in this goal mouth altercation on Saturday afternoon at Morrisburg Arena . . .

Saturday, Nov. 18th -  The South Dundas Peewee B Rep Lions made it a 3-2-0 regular season to date on Saturday at Morrisburg Arena when the 12th place South Grenville Rangers were defeated on a 5-2 count. The Lions also turned the tide on their ‘gf’ and ‘ga’ per game counts with the ‘goals for’ gaining momentum.

     Winger Monty Dejong led the South Dundas attack scoring a single and assisting on a pair of goals in the game. South Dundas scored three goals in the opening period to take a 3-0 lead and added a pair in the final frame. The Rangers scored a lone goal in each of the second and third periods.

     Dejong opened the Lions scoring on a Seb Lafrance assist two minutes into the game when he whipped a wrist shot from the top of the right circle past Rangers goaltender Hunter Sanger.  Dejong then returned to the Rangers zone and set up Liam Campbell for the Lions second goal of the period and a 2-0 lead.

     Jordan Heuff game South Dundas a three goal lead at the midway mark of the first when he fired a James Martens pass between the pipes, beating Sanger cleanly from the right side.

     Second period action saw the Rangers mount a short comeback, managing to beat Lions goaltender Aiden Hutt when Mitchell Knapp pounded a rebound into the net. Hutt initially stopped the shot but a goalmouth scramble ensued with Justin VanLuit and Breanna Byrnes keeping the play alive long enough for Knapp to get an opportunity.

     The Lions returned to taking control in the final period, scoring a pair of goals from Cam Shaver and Heuff with his second on an unassisted play. Dejong scored his third point of the game assisting on the Shaver goal.

     Aggressive play continued to haunt the Lions efforts, sitting out a pair of minors in the first period, four minors in the middle period and five minors in the final 18 minutes. The Rangers were called on five minors over the course of the game.

     The Lions next home game will be against the CharLan Rebels on Saturday, Nov. 25th at 3:00 p.m. at Morrisburg Arena.