Newcomer Caleb Tomlinson recorded the first hat trick of his young oldtimers career to lead the Firth Rangers to a 9-5 win over Capri CMW (formerly AON) in Junior Circuit action of Whitehorse Oldtimers hockey on Sunday at Takhini Arena. Anthony Grottoli added two goals for Firth, and singles came from Marcel Barrault, Jacob Pokiak, Gerry Brandt, and Michael Svoboda. For the Capri crew, it was Geordan Clark with a hatty of his own, and a pair from Kevin Johnstone.
The other Junior match saw Kilrich remain undefeated with a 7-4 win over Yukon Inn. Myles Dolphin continued his assault on the stats sheet with two goals, and one each came from Chris Nash, Mark King, Arlo O’Riordan, Ed van Randen and Ben Kielb. For the Inn gang, it was Joel Witten, Russ McDiarmid, Nate Clark and Shawn Kinsella.
Senior action saw Medicine Chest hold off Tim Hortons 5-4 – despite a furious final minute in the victor’s end. The ageless Stu Mackay potted two in the victory, and Martin Lawrie, Pete Mostyn and Al Hanson did the rest of the damage. For Tims, goals were served up by Gary Vantell, Greg Lane, Bernie Adilman and George Morgan.
And EDI used their potent powerplay to move into a tie for first place with a 5-2 win over Air North. Jeff Jensen and Laurie Malo connected with the man advantage, Tim Turner-Davis contributed two in the win, and Rick Smith added a single. Air North goals were reserved by Carl Cibart and Sean McLeish.
Submitted by Bernie Adilman