Demons topple Rebels in 8-5 shoot-out . . .

Sunday, Dec. 2nd - Markus Bols, Gavin Eikelboom and Wyatt Rivet led the North Dundas Demon Peewee Reps to victory on Sunday's Demons Day at Joel Steele Arena in Winchester, outlasting the visiting 3rd-place Char-Lan Rebels in an 8-5 shoot-out victory. Bols notched a pair of goals, Eikelboom had a goal and two assists and Rivet added a pair of 3rd-period counters to an assist on the game.

        The Demons took a 2-0 lead through the opening period on Bols and Eikelboom goals with Eikelboom and Mason Hummell drawing assists.

        The home team was outscored 2-1 in the middle period when the Rebels Drew Anderson beat Demon’s netminder Aiden Hutt midway through and again in the final minute of the frame. Both goals were unassisted. Markus Bols recorded the Demons single on an unassisted play.

        In the final period of this one the home team Demons scored five goals in a 4-minute stand with Martin McLeod opening the flood gates on an unassisted marker, Nathan Epps adding North Dundas’ 5th-goal, unassisted, Rivet added a pair with Epps drawing an assist on the first, and Hummell popped the final on an Eikelboom set-up.

        Elliott Chisolm had a pair in the third for the Rebels.

        The 8th-place Demon Peewee Reps host the 9th-place Perth Blue Wings on Monday, Dec. 17th in their next home encounter at Chesterville Arena.


Peewee Rep Demons win 1st of season . . .

Tight checking and tough defence kept the game in reach for the Demons on Monday night . . .

 

Monday, Nov. 19th - It may have taken eight games, the first seven of which were losses, but the North Dundas Demon Peewee B Rep team can now boast victory. And it was obvious, hard work won the game.

        The Demons two most recent losses were against the Cornwall Colts in a home and home series. The Demons were shut-out in one and lost 5-1 in the other. Playing their 8th-game of the season on Monday evening at Chesterville, the group of North and South Dundas players worked through the entire contest. Then came up with a very close, hard-fought victory over the Alexandria Glens on a 4-3 score.

        North Dundas opened the scoring five minutes into the game when Martin McLeod fired the games first goal past Joshua Uhr for the 1-0 lead. McLeod’s marker was the only goal of the frame. The Demons put on the pressure through the balance of the period setting the stage for a heated second period.

        Mikael Lampron tied the game midway through the second period when he fired a wrist shot past Aiden Hutt in the Demons cage for the singular goal of the stanza.

        North Dundas went up by a pair of goals in the third period when Nathan Epps and Markus Bols scored to up the score to a 3-1 lead. The Glens answered with a single from Tristan Ladoucier that bounced several time before escaping Hutt and bouncing over his shoulder into the twine.

        Mason Hummel came back with a great 3-way passing play that included Terrance Mudde and Devon Honders to put the Demons up by a pair with five minutes remaining in the game. The see-saw battle continued with Alex MacDonald beating Hutt to set the score at 4-3.

        In spite of Alexandria pulling their goal tender, adding the extra man and trying several stretch passes to breaking forwards, the Demons shut down the Glens effort for the victory.

        Each team took five minor penalties in the game. The Demons next home game will be on Monday, Nov. 26th when the 4th-place Char-Lan Rebels come to Chesterville for a 7:00 p.m. start.


Demons drop 5th game to Panthers . . .

Monday, Nov. 5th - The North Dundas Peewee Reps couldn’t get it going in the opening two periods in a game at Chesterville on Monday evening. The team of cmbined North and South Dundas elite Peewee players is 0-5 in the early going of the 201819 campaign. The Kemptville Panthers were held off in their relentless attempt to run up the score by a strong performance from Demons net minder Aiden Hutt. The Panthers did manage a goal in the opening period, added a single in the second frame and traded a pair with North Dundas in the third period to take the game on a 4-2 score.

Going into the boards with the Demons Terrence Mudde isn't always easy . . .
Going into the boards with the Demons Terrence Mudde isn't always easy . . .

 Kemptville’s Griffin Kennedy fired a shot from the point into a goal-front crowd midway through the first period that handcuffed Hutt for the game’s first goal. The Panther’s pursuit was constant and their resulting scoring chances kept the Demons defence working steadily for the opening 20-minutes.

        A blistering wrist shot from well out beat the Demons in the middle period for goal two of the game and a 2-0 Kemptville lead. James Scarf had fed a break-out pass on to the stick of Cohen Adamson who in turn beat Hutt on the far right side.

        In the final period the Demons tied the game scoring a pair of goals in 15 seconds. Gavin Eikelboom broke the ice for North Dundas when he beat Gareth Robinson at 10:12 from Devon Honders and Terrence Mudde. It took Nathan Epps just 15 seconds to steal the puck and break in alone to beat Robinson and tie the game at a pair each.

        The scoring spreee didn’t stop there. Unfortunately it went to the Panthers who came right back with a pair of counters in a one minute span. James Scarf and Dominik Lemeiux each scored a single for a 4-2 lead and the victory. The Demons were called on five minor infractions compared to three minors for the Panthers.

        The next home game for the Demon Peewee Reps will be at Chesterville Arena on Monday, Nov. 12th at 7:00 p.m. when they host the front running Cornwall Colts.