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Blackhawks rookie, Falcons goalie among October’s top performers

Thorold’s Daniel Vasic, right, shown being defended by Welland’s Will LePage, is the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League;s rookie of the month for October.

Gamers within the Better Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Golden Horseshoe Convention swept the junior-B loop’s participant of the month honours.

Caledonia Corvairs ahead Dylan Dekoe, who continues to tempo the 25-team league in factors heading into the second full month of the common season, is the Collins Clothiers participant of the month for October.

Final month, the 20-year-old Welland scored eight objectives and picked up 14 assists for 22 factors in 13 video games. He had 5 three-point video games, together with two on consecutive nights in opposition to the Niagara Falls Canucks and Welland Jr. Canadians.

The 6-foot, 190-pound, left-hand shot is having a breakout season in his over-age yr after netting seven objectives and including 17 assists for twenty-four factors in 20 video games for the Corvairs in his first season within the GOJHL.

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Dekoe is averaging practically factors per sport and is main the league in scoring with 16 objectives and 31 assists for 47 factors in 26 factors.

London Nationals ahead Jacob Julien is second within the scoring race with 17 objectives and 20 assists for 37 factors in 19 video games. Solely some extent behind, with 15 objectives and 21 assists for 36 factors, is Caledonia’s Brody Leblanc.

Stephen Toltl of the St. Catharines Falcons is October’s goaltender of the month. Apart from successful all 4 of his begins, the 17-year-old from Hamilton earned two shutouts whereas compiling a 1.25 goals-against common and a .954 save proportion.

Toltl, who joined the defending Sutherland Cup champions after taking part in with the Niagara North Stars triple-A under-18 program final season, entered the week with a 5-2 document, three shutouts, a 1.29 goals-against common and .951 save proportion.

He and 20-year-old Josh Johnson — 11-1-0-1, 2.27 GAA, .921 — have mixed to offer the Falcons the highest goaltending tandem within the league. With a 1.98 goals-against common, St. Catharines is the one workforce limiting opponents to fewer than two objectives per sport.

Daniel Vasic of the Thorold Blackhawks is the GOJHL’s rookie of the month. In October, the 16-year-old from Newmarket had 9 objectives, together with a hat trick in opposition to the Pelham Panthers, and 7 assists for 16 factors in 9 video games.

The 5-11, 181-pound, left-hand shot leads the Blackhawks in scoring with 16 objectives and 9 assists for 25 factors in 20 video games.

Notes: This season’s Future Stars Sport and High Prospects Sport might be performed Tuesday, Dec. 27, at North Dumfries Group Complicated, house of the Ayr Centennials of the Midwestern Convention. Taking the ice first are the highest 16-year-olds within the Future Stars Sport at 4 p.m., with the league’s finest — 17- and 18-year-olds — wrapping up the doubleheader at 7 p.m.

By the numbers

Right here’s how groups within the Better Ontario Junior Hockey League’s Golden Horseshoe Convention are faring to date this season:

St. Catharines Falcons

Report 17-3-1, 35 factors, first

Streak 4 wins

Offence/defence objectives for, 74; objectives in opposition to, 42

Particular groups energy play, 20.3%; penalty kill, 92.1%

Penalties, in minutes 255

Scoring Blake Yetman, 13 g, 14 a, 27 pts; Kyle Glenney, 11 g, 11 a, 22 pts; Jonah Boria, 3 g, 19 a, 22 pts; Nate Shirton, 9 g, 10 a, 19 pts

Goaltending Josh Johnson 13 gp, 2.27 GAA, .921 Sv%; Stephen Toltl, 8 gp, 3 shu, 1.25 GAA, .949; workforce, 21 gp, 3 shu, 1.98 GAA, .927 Sv%

Final week win, at Fort Erie, 5-4; win, house to Thorold, 7-2

Upcoming Friday, house to Hamilton; Saturday, at Thorold

Hamilton Kilty B’s

Report 14-4-3, 31 factors, second

Streak 2 wins

Offence/defence objectives for, 87; objectives in opposition to, 63

Particular groups energy play, 13.8%; penalty kill, 83.5%

Penalties, in minutes 284

Scoring Nathan Phillips, 14 g, 20 a, 34 pts; Justin Monteith, 7 g, 23 a, 30 pts; Connor Haynes, 11 g, 17 a, 28 pts

Goaltending David Egorov, 11 gp, 2.82 GAA, .888 Sv%; Leland Gill 10 gp, 2 shu, 3.17 GAA, .883 Sv%; Logan Snyder, 1 gp, 2.64 GAA, .933 Sv%; Gabriel Longo, 2 gp, 2.01 GAA, .942 Sv%; workforce, 21 gp, 2 shu, 2.97 GAA, .889 Sv%

Final week win, house to Niagara Falls, 3-1; win, at Niagara Falls, 6-4; loss, house to Thorold, 2-0

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Upcoming Thursday, house to Welland; Friday, at St. Catharines; Wednesday, at Welland

Fort Erie Meteors

Report 13-5-3, 29 factors, third

Streak 1 win

Offence/defence objectives for, 89; objectives in opposition to, 64

Particular groups energy play, 24.1%; penalty kill, 73.2%

Penalties, in minutes 441

Scoring Marcus Regina, 13 g, 15 a, 28 pts; Brad Ditillio, 14 g, 12 a, 26 pts Jayden Baldenelli, 6 g, 18 a, 24 pts;

Goaltending Josh Smith, 13 gp, 3.20 GAA, .898 Sv%; Nolan Lane, 9 gp, 2.76 GAA, .910 Sv%; workforce, 21 gp, 3.01 GAA, .903 Sv%

Final week win, at Welland, 3-2; loss, house to St. Catharines, 5-4

Upcoming Friday, at Thorold; Saturday, house to Welland; Tuesday, house to Thorold

Caledonia Corvairs

Report 14-11-0-1, 29 factors, fourth

Streak 1 win

Offence/defence objectives for, 104; objectives in opposition to, 93

Particular groups energy play, 15.9%; penalty kill, 80.1%

Penalties, in minutes 426

Scoring Dylan Dekoe, 16 g, 31 a, 47 pts; Brody Leblanc, 15 g, 21 a, 36 pts; Calvin Crombie, 8 g, 20 a, 28 ptss

Goaltending Josh Branton, 14 gp, 1 shu, 3.51 GAA, .893 Sv%; Ethan Labbe, 8 gp, 3.43 GAA, .881 Sv%; Marek Pavlas, 6 gp, 2.58 GAA, .918 Sv%; Hunter Welk, 1 gp, 8.36 GAA, .789 Sv%; Beniamino Rossi, 1 gp, 12.00 GAA, .556 Sv%; workforce, 26 gp, 1 shu, 3.52 GAA, .888 Sv%

Final week win, at Pelham, 6-3; loss, house to Niagara Falls, 4-3 SO

Upcoming Friday, at Niagara Falls; Saturday, house to Pelham

Thorold Blackhawks

Report 10-10, 20 factors, fifth

Streak 1 loss

Offence/defence objectives for, 74; objectives in opposition to, 70

Particular groups energy play, 19.2%; penalty kill, 82.3%

Penalties, in minutes 249

Scoring Daniel Vasic, 16 g, 9 a, 25 pts; Dylan Pergentile, 9 g, 14 a, 23 pts; Nathan Kelly, 8 g, 12 a, 20 pts

Goaltending Christian Lynch, 13 gp, 3 shu, 2.52 GAA, .924 Sv%; Bradley Boville, 8 gp, 4.80 GAA, .870 Sv%; workforce, 20 gp, 3 shu, 3.47 GAA, .899 Sv%

Final week loss, at St. Catharines, 7-2; win, at Hamilton, 2-0

Upcoming Friday, house to Fort Erie; Saturday, house to St. Catharines; Sunday, at Welland; Tuesday, at Fort Erie

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Niagara Falls Canucks

Report 8-13, 16 factors, sixth

Streak 1 loss

Offence/defence objectives for, 58; objectives in opposition to, 72

Particular groups energy play, 17.2%; penalty kill, 81.3%

Penalties, in minutes 266

Scoring Kyle Caron, 6 g, 15 a, 211 pts; Benjamin Kay, 9 g, 9 a, 18 pts; Gehrig Lindberg, 6 g, 12 a, 18 pts; Alexander Hebblethwaite, 7 g, 7 a, 14 pts

Goaltending Mihailo Corovic, 13 gp, 3.45 GAA, .907 Sv%; Avery Alves, 9 gp, 3.03 GAA, .922 Sv%; workforce, 21 gp, 3.41 GAA, .910 Sv%

Final week loss, at Hamilton, 3-1; win, at Caledonia, 4-3 SO; loss, house to Hamilton, 6-4

Upcoming Friday, house to Caledonia; Sunday, at Pelham

Welland Jr. Canadians

Report 6-13 14 factors, seventh

Streak 1 loss

Offence/defence objectives for, 60 objectives in opposition to, 99

Particular groups energy play, 14.3%; penalty kill, 77.8%

Penalties, in minutes 271

Scoring Peter Spameni, 10 g, 11 a, 21 pts; Cody Miskolczi, 8 g, 7 a, 15 pts; Daniel Thomakos, 6 g, 8 a, 14 pts

Goaltending Nico Balice, 10 gp, 4.40 GAA, .876 Sv%; Coulter Taylor, 5 gp, 6.44 GAA, .880 Sv%; Andrew Welch, 3 gp, 4.60 GAA, .848 Sv%; Stanley Mannell, 4 gp, 4.96 GAA, .908 Sv%; Markus Stoikos, 2 gp, 2.49 GAA, .909 Sv%; workforce, 21 gp, 4.62 GAA, .869 Sv%

Final week loss, house to Fort Erie, 3-2; win, at Pelham, 3-2 OT

Upcoming Thursday, at Hamilton; Saturday, at Welland; Sunday, house to Thorold; Wednesday, house to Hamilton

Pelham Panthers

Report 2-15-3-1, 8 factors, eighth

Streak 5 losses

Offence/defence objectives for, 41; objectives in opposition to, 95

Particular groups energy play, 12.7%; penalty kill, 82.4%

Penalties, in minutes 344

Scoring Jordan Adams, 4 g, 11 a, 15 pts; Philip Caridi, 1 g, 8 a, 9 pts; Luca Marandola, 4 g, 4 a, 8 pts; Dawson Abrahams, 2 g, 6 a, 8 pts; Nolan Shaw, 1 g, 7 a, 8 pts

Goaltending Keegan Jackson, 13 gp, 3.74 GAA, .926 Sv%; Andrew Welch, 6 gp, 4.06 GAA, .906 Sv%; Tyler McKenna, 3 gp, 10.56 GAA, .755; Nico Marandola, 2 gp, 3.16 GAA, .880 Sv%; Cameron Johnston, 1 gp, 6.00 GAA, .870 Sv%; workforce, 21 gp, 4.43 GAA, .906 Sv%

Final week loss, house to Caledonia, 6-3; loss, house to Welland, 3-2 OT

Upcoming Saturday, at Caledonia; Sunday, house to Niagara Falls

Observe: Thorold Blackhawks are taking part in their house video games at Vale Well being and Wellness Centre in Port Colborne

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