Now that the driveway is shoveled, we have a couple days days to get the feeling back in our knees and backs. It’s time for some light bathroom reading as we pile up some mountains… of snow that is… from the week that was in SCOHA….
Well the beat goes on for the Junior Redwings (5 straight wins), Intermediate Canadiens (5 straight wins), and the Masters Hawks who haven’t lost since week 3. These teams are finding their stride before the Christmas break and they aren’t about to slow down… Let’s get the tree out of the box and untangle the lights from last weekend’s action…
Tomb it may Concern:
This Hallowe’en edition will leave many howling while some will be getting ready to hand out those boring toffees in the orange wrapper or non-ripple chips with only 5 in the bag. Scary stuff this past weekend at the ol’ barn so let’s get right to it. Bone appetit!
This weekly blog should be interesting, I am home sick and I’ve been sipping on a vintage 2006 NyQuill. Let’s uncork what’s been happening on the ice…
While we were fighting over who got the one wing on the utility turkey, these guys played games on Friday the 11th.
High scores were definitely on the menu last week as SCOHA pucks went home sore. Several players are getting acclimated to their new team’s playbooks while team rivalries are heating up like a bowl of uncovered pea soup in the microwave. Grab a bagel. Grab a coffee and sit down for your weekly staple.
There’s no question the rivalries are heating up. Some teams are trying to start a campfire in a soggy firepit but will find their stride soon, it’s a long season. Let’s peel back the onion from the weekend that was in Scohaville.
Please put your seats in the upright position, make sure your seat belt is securely fastened, we are ready for take off on another installment of This Week in SCOHA… oh.. and please view responsibly.
Week 2 is in the books. Legions of fans turned out for an action-packed Sunday of SCOHA hockey. Kids waited for autographs and selfies after games like never before. Let’s shake out the rug and see what went down.