NOVICE REP-Silverstick Champions, News (Ayr Flames)

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NOVICE REP-Silverstick Champions
Submitted By Nick Waschenko on Monday, December 5, 2016
Congratulations to the Novice Rep team on winning their regional silverstick qualifier over the weekend.

The boys started the weekend off with two big wins over Gananoque and RWC Friday. The Flames moved the puck well and frustrated two very good teams allowing just 1 goal in the first two games. Their play even had opposing coaches talking about how well they work together.

Their last round robin game was against the host Northumberland team. The Flames again showed that this weekend they meant business and would not be denied their chance to win another tournament and top seed in their division handing the hosts a loss.

Playoff Sunday a time that this team seems to truly enjoy and rise to the occasion for. The flames made Petawawa feel the heat early and often which was nice in a very cold memorial arena. The team ran into some penalty trouble but they managed to weather the storm with hard work and some timely goaltending on their way to a 7-0 win. Sending a message to their opponents in the final that they better bring their best to beat this hungry group.

The Renfrew Timberwolves got the message and came at the flames but this group would not be denied. They again worked hard and worked together keeping their feet moving and the passes coming. Their Captain led the charge being named the games MVP in a hard fought 3-0 win over a strong Renfrew team.

The boys will now represent Ayr at the International Silverstick Final in St Clair Shores, Michigan on Jan 20th-22nd.
 

Come out to the NDCC this Thursday before the Ayr Centennials game as the boys will be dropping the puck and having their banner raised for all to see. 

Feel the Heat....GO FLAMES GO

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