Yukon North Of Ordinary

Sports archive for January 22, 2013

Yukon Inn oldtimers steamroll Tim Hortons 9-1

The top team in the Whitehorse Oldtimer Hockey League flexed their muscles Sunday night at Takhini Arena, downing Tim Hortons 9-1.

By Whitehorse Star on January 22, 2013 at 3:49 pm

The top team in the Whitehorse Oldtimer Hockey League flexed their muscles Sunday night at Takhini Arena, downing Tim Hortons 9-1.

Leading the offensive showcase were Chad Cowan and Sean McLeish. Both scored twice and added assists.

Gary MacKellar chipped in with a goal and two assists, while Shawn McLeod had three helpers.

Other goals came from Bernie Heffner, Gord Campbell, Pat Tobler and Andy Smith.

With the win, Yukon Inn improved to 16-7-3, three points up on second place Performance Centre.

Brent Stokes scored the lone goal for Tim Hortons.

Yukon Inn has allowed a league-low 71 goals.

Firth Rangers 2, Kilrich 1

Greg Charlie and Jason Cunning netted goals as the Firth Rangers edged Kilrich 2-1.

Tim Turner-Davis had the lone goal for Kilrich.

With the win, Firth improves to 9-13-4.

Air North Jets 5, Klondyke Dental Molars 4

Air North scored three late goals to come from behind and edge Klondyke Dental 5-4.

Pat Campbell had a three-point night, and his goal, scored with just over a minute left in the game, stood up as the winner.

Joel Witten, Bill Bohmer, Ron Daub and Jeff Hunston also scored for the Jets, while Glen Heinbigner had three assists.

Ed Van Randen had a pair of goals for the Molars, while Charles Brodhagen and Paul Moore picked up singles.

Medicine Chest 6, AON Flames 3

Mike Jim and Tony Park had hat tricks as Medicine Chest downed the last-place Flames Sunday night.

Marty O’Hagan and Guy Morgan each picked up two assists in the win.

Les Lucuik, Rick Smith and Shawn Kinsella responded for AON. Each goal was assisted by Gregor Gabb.

Medicine Chest 11, Kilrich 0

Goaltender Roger Veilleux shut the door and even picked up an assist as Medicine Chest downed Kilrich 11-0 Thursday night.

Tony Park had a goal and three assists, Ron Servatius, Blaine Demchuk and Ron Billingsley each scored a pair of goals, and Gord Peterson chipped in with three assists.

Dave White and Mike Jim each had a goal and two helpers, while Mark Suominen and Guy Morgan rounded out the scoring.

Klondyke Dental Molars 6, AON Flames 3

Maxime Dugre-Sasseville sniped a pair of goals, and Charles Brodhagen, Brian Boorse, Greg Bull, Dennis Zimmerman added one each as the Molars doused the Flames.

Rick Smith led the way for AON with two goals and an assist. Mike Muller scored the other goal.

In rec hockey action last night, Ian Kuster scored four goals and added two assists as New Age Drilling hammered B Division’s Narrow Gauge 9-1 at Takhini Arena.

Gus Morberg and Derek Johnstone both added two goals, while Morris Morrison rounded out the scoring.

Each of Jessie Bowe, Dennis Calberry, James Edzerza and Chris Vance had two assists.

Fletcher Degraff netted Narrow Gauge’s only goal of the game.

Midget A Mustangs 3, ORC 2

Graeme Close’s second-period goal stood up as the winner, as the last-place Mustangs survived a late flurry from B Division opponent ORC.

Kole Comin and Dominic Korn had the Mustangs first two goals, while Mike Beauchamp and Danny Johnson replied for ORC.

Murphy Built 7, Midget A Mustangs 5

Two goals from Justin Quigley helped Murphy Built get by the Midget A Mustangs in a tight, hard-fought contest last Monday night.

Alain Desrochers, Matt Dickson, Skyler Hougen, Shane McHugh also scored, while Steve Israel added an empty-net goal.

Israel and Dave Richard each had two assists in the win.

Mike Arnold scored twice for the Mustangs in the loss, while Kole Comin, Matt McCarthy and Jarrett Malchow rounded out the scoring.

Envirolube Oilers 7, Narrow Gauge 4

Four goals from Leroy Wolfe powered the Envirolube Oilers over Narrow Gauge in B Division action.

Brett Bartelen, Jake Morash and Eddy Oulton also lit the red lamp in the win, and Peter Mostyn and Dave Rach each chipped in with three helpers.

Yves Paradis, Tim Hogan, Durand Cornett and Alex Vautour replied for Narrow Gauge, while Graeme Carruthers had three assists.

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