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This Week in SCOHA – March 19th, 2019

Playoff Hockey


Another high-flying weekend of playoff hockey that saw some teams polish the apple for a much needed 2 points while others have a few bumps in the walkway. At any rate, let’s go over the week that was.

 

JUNIOR DIVISION (March 8th)

BRUINS 2 FLYERS 0: Roman Bratovz put on a goaltending clinic, stopping 53 shots en route to a 2-0 whitewash of the arch-rival Flyers. This game was crazier than St.Paddy’s Week in Liverpool that saw 16 minutes in penalties doled out by the refs. Geoff “I am outta here” Chowen along with Sean Riley tallied the goals for the Bruins.

 

PENGUINS 5 BLACKHAWKS 4: a 9-goal barn burner saw the Penguins slip by the Hawks 5-4 in front of a jam-packed arena. Mike Haslam was the games 1st star with 2 goals and an assist to lead the way. For the Hawks, Nick Troback notched a pair in a losing cause. Haslam has a ton of skill for a potent Penguins team, dirty with the puck, like I mean Holiday Inn hot tub dirty... always finds the game sheet.

 

OILERS 4 REDWINGS 2: Oilers Jay Dimitroff can shoot the puck, guys. I heard he fired slappers downstairs for 10 hours at the water heater to try and flood the basement... Another 2 goals to spearhead the Oilers over the Wings 4-2. Ryan Aikens had the 2 lone goals for the Redwings...

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

BRUINS 4 LEAFS 2: Just your average garden variety hard working playoff game for the Bruins who are peaking at the right time. This time they knocked off the Leafs 4-2, who were brimming with confidence behind their star goalie Bill Templeman and power forward Bob Tenison. Captain Wayne Sliwinski scored a goal and added an apple to cement the victory for the Bruins.

 

FLYERS 2 BLACKHAWKS 1: Fans waited outside for the Flyer players to emerge so they could get some autographs and photos. Flyers hung on for the big 2-1 victory to enter the hunt for the cup. Flyers “protector of the painted plumbing” Tymen Edelkoort played an amazing game in net. More blocks than a New York street map as the Flyers held off a ferocious attack by the Hawks toward the end of the game. When the final horn sounded, Flyers escaped unscathed and will face the Penguins this weekend. Chris Marttila "The Hun" and Jason “Playboy” Hoffman tallied for the winners.

 

PENGUINS 7 CANADIENS 6: This game had a bit of everything. Parades to the penalty box and a boatload of goals as the Penguins outlasted the Canadiens 7-6. Troy “Get in the Car” Izlakar was the hero for the Pens, scoring a hatty for the home side. Canadiens were missing Rob Baker, who was at the Butter Tart Festival as a guest judge.

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

STARS 1 FLAMES 1: Your typical defensive playoff game that would make Larry Robinson wet his jeans. Both goalies deserve the game puck so cut the damn thing in half. Stars Larry Litzgus could score with a pair of 1938 buckle-up skates if he had to. He scored the Stars goal while Rob Frith responded for the Flames. Great game as no fan went home disappointed.

 

REDWINGS 4 KINGS 1: What’s up with the Kings? Spent more time in the box than Tommy Lee on a Friday night. 5 minors spelled defeat as they need to tighten things up before it’s too late. Wings Vince Mercuri was again out of this world, scoring 2 doozies for the winners. Terry Gudgeon was a tower on the blueline. Kings needed an Uber to get around this guy. Scott Johnson made several tantalizing saves in the Wings crease, turning away more shots than an AA meeting.

 

BRUINS 5 FLYERS 1: Bruins are back on track, folks. 5-1 win over the Flyers. When the snow finally melted, Bernard “Beef” Boulianne and Gary Guthro each scored 2 for the winning side. Carlo Deluca had the lone snipe for the Flyers who were missing 5 players in a pivotal game.

 

SHARS 2 BLACKHAWKS 2 What a game! Nationally televised on TvOntario, this one saw both teams wear out the ice from start to finish. Fans chanted “5 more minutes... 5 more minutes” wanting more action but sorry fans, no extra time for these guys. Great matchup.

 

Well that’s the action from the past few weeks. Play resumes this weekend with some teams needing a big win to move on while others will be shaking teammates hands until next fall. Underdogs are proving anything can happen when playoffs come while favourites are finding it tough to finish games off. Good luck this weekend, fellas!

 

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – March 5th, 2019

Playoffs have arrived


My hip is still sore from falling off the edge of my sofa. Tore through 2 bags of popcorn watching some crazy playoff hockey over the weekend. Pretty close games, no one got their lunches eaten which makes for more fans and tv ratings. Let’s get right to it....

 

JUNIOR DIVISION:

REDWINGS 3 PENGUINS 2: Ryan “A5-35” Aikens drank 2 Jolt Cola’s and a Red Bull. We had to call Binbrook Fire to cool him off after the game. He even scored a shorty (not what my wife said). Redwings surprise the Penguins 3-2. Wings goalie Lane Dunlop (no relation to Charlestown Chiefs player/coach Reggie Dunlop) saved everything. Hell, this guy could’ve saved my parents marriage for crying out loud... ok maybe not but he would sure try. Close game that had everyone in the stands on their feet for the most part.

 

FLYERS 2 BLACKHAWKS 2: 8 more minutes of these teams going back and forth would’ve made for some great tv. Both goalies stood on their ears if that’s even possible. Flyers Walt Blagdon brought his usual bag of snakes, scoring a goal and helping out on another. This guy must eat kale and spinach while tying up his twirlers before the game. Hawks Nick Troback forgot to slip the refs a 5-spot before the game, sat in the sin bin twice.

 

OILERS 6 BRUINS 3: Serving 5 minors and still winning a game is as rare as oyster mushrooms. That’s what the Oil did on this night. Jay “Big Play” Dimitroff dropped a deuce for the winners as they snuck by the Bruins 6-5. More back and forth’s than a ping pong game or a table tennis game, same thing...

Both teams spread the scoring around like a basement party at Cheech & Chong's place. We love the high scoring games but the coaches don’t.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

BRUINS 2 PENGUINS 1: Bruins Glenn Rouse scored the game winner, took home the game puck and is proudly displaying it on the mantle. Bruins squeaked one out 2-1 in a pretty intense playoff game for the ages. Bruins’ goalkeeper James Fielding calls his goal crease the Field of Dreams. He turned the Penguins shooters into a cellphone and pocket dialed the cop shop for robbery to preserve the victory.

 

BLACKHAWKS 4 CANADIENS 1: 2 power play goals and an empty netter, sounds like a good name for a band. Hawks goalie Steve Cuthbert is playing dirty. So dirty, not even Mens 3 in 1 Axe body wash could clean it up. Imagine thinking one type of body wash can do 3 different types of washing. You gotta be an impressive idiot to fall for that.  Anyways, Canadiens remained on the ice after the game as captain Mike Miscio had his team doing wind sprints until they threw up to show them how bad he wants to win the cup. Watch for a different Habs team next time out.

 

LEAFS 4 FLYERS 1. Bob Tenison and his grade A grass fed burger passes set up 2 goals as the leafs beat my Flyers 4-1. Bill Templeman and Tymen Edelkoort made 88 saves each but Leafs Alan “pickled” Heron found the twine twice for the winners. Game was closer than Ernie & Bert for the most part before the Leafs scored 3 in the final frame to preserve the W.

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

BLACKHAWKS 4 FLAMES 4: This game had potential to be a bit spicy. Announced attendance was 8. 8 different scorers found the sheet as hawks clawed back from a 3-1 deficit to tie the game. Flames Peter Fantazzo controlled the game. Carved up the ice like Tony Hawk’s skateboard in an empty pool. Both teams had the ice packs out after this one, great playoff intensity.

 

SHARKS 4 FLYERS 0: Sharks’ Mark Shadwell re-taped his twig before this one, went out there and scored 2 goals, added an assist, then drove the team bus home. Wily veteran goaltender Richard Paquet stopped all 36 shots for the bagel , ate the puck after the game to prove a point. Flyers didn’t allow reporters into the room afterwards as they had a players only meeting to get the ship turned around in a hurry. Expect a better outcome next time, I predict it right now.

 

REDWINGS 4 BRUINS 1: 4 different players scored for the Wings as they took off against the powerful Bruins 4-1. Scott Johnson turned away 32 shots for the win between the wickets for a hungry Wings team. Vince Mercuri continues his out of this world play, scoring another goal for the winners. Reporters overheard Scott Johnson’s ghetto blaster playing old Scorpions and Helix music before the game to get his team prepared. Big Win. Bruins will be playing some desperate hockey next time out to keep their season alive.

 

KINGS 4 STARS 2: Kings Joe”Thank you very “Muchynski was a man with a mission out there. This guy ate half a damn lasagna 2 hours before boarding the team bus. Windows were open the whole way to the rink. He made amends by scoring 2 big goals as the Kings shot down the Stars 4-2. Stars’ Chris Baratto was unavailable for comment after the game. He was upset with his pre-game submarine sandwich, they forgot the mustard and he asked for no onions. No one sat beside him on the bench, apparently he will be writing a letter to the sub shop.

 

Well that washes our hands of a crazy weekend of ice hockey at the ol’ quad pad. Junior playoffs continue Friday evening while the other 2 divisions have the weekend off. Time to heal some playoff wounds and get ready for the final push. Enjoy the rest of the week, Keep your damn stick on the ice, fellas.

 

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – February 27th, 2019

Looking Forward to Getting the 2nd Season Underway


Now that we are all sick and tired of shoveling, here’s the scoop on last week’s week in SCOHA which saw master’s Division lift the lid on their playoff season. Meanwhile, rivalries heated up in the Junior and Intermediate groups as they look forward to getting the 2nd season underway.

 

JUNIOR DIVISION:

BRUINS 6 BLACKHAWKS 6: Well the scorekeeper ran out of beads on her abacus after this one was all finished. 12 goals in a see-saw battle that ended up a 6-6 tie. Hawks’ Dennis Cybalski took home the game puck with 2 goals and 3 assists while on the other side of the ice, Justin “Eastgate” Mol scored 2 for the Bruins. Both team’s forward lines put the goalies on blast, shooting more discs than a plinko game. Hope both teams shore up the defensive play for the playoffs.

 

OILERS 3 FLYERS 1: This Oilers team has the train back on the track after a disasterous mid-season. I put these guys back as odds on favourites to win it all. Jay Dimitroff led the way with a goal and an apple for the winners while Ang Fidanza had the lone goal for the Flyers. Look out league, the Oilers are bringing the hammers out of the tool bag and are ready for the playoffs.

 

PENGUINS 6 REDWINGS 3: Pens’ Ross The Smash” Lacasse went top corn on 3 beauties to lead the Penguinos over the Redwings 6-3. Lacasse came to the rink with a black v-neck on ready to play one hell of a game, played like a bear with claws and fangs to lead his team. Not to be outdone, his teammate Dave “magic” Johnson tallied a goal and 5 assists. These 2 guys flew the team plane, took it off auto pilot and offered no nuts to the passengers.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

LEAFS 3 PENGUINS 0: As one executive said to me yesterday, this Bill Templeman in net for the Leafs is going to be a real good player in this league one day. I can sense these things.  Just kidding, Bill. This guy could sit on top of the net with a cold cut combo from Subway in one hand and a root beer in the other but still make the damn save. He stopped all the Penguins from sliding down the hill for the shutout.  Steve “Kilo” Watt had a great game as well, scoring 2 for the winners who finished the regular season in first place. They will face a hungry Flyers club who have been chugging Jolt colas before each game lately. Watch out for them....

 

FLYERS 4 CANADIENS 2: Brock “Hot Wheels” Hotrum scored another 2 for the Flyers. He scores at an alarming rate. Flyers goaltender Tymen Edelkoort stood on his ear lobes, making over 58 saves to preserve the win like grandma’s 36 jars of marmalade that no one eats. Great all-round effort by the Flyers who are rolling into the playoffs like Fonzie rides his bike into Arnold’s on a Saturday Night for a soda and a kiss.

 

BLACKHAWKS 5 BRUINS 2: The Walter Blagdon train pulled up to the station, collected another 3 points then closed all doors and left without saying goodbye. Hawks are the toughest team to play against. Their goalie covers all angles like a king size mattress in an elevator. Their forward lines exude confidence like never before. Bruins are reviewing some game film prior to playoffs as they look to defend their last years dramatics.

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

BLACKHAWKS 2 KINGS 0: Things went a bit pear-shaped for the league leading Kings on the first night of the playoffs, dropping a close 2-0 game to the Hawks. It was a penalty-filled game as the referees saw this game start to go downhill like a toboggan. 11 minors called in total, looked like I was watching Slapshot for the umpteenth time.

 

FLAMES 5 FLYERS 0: Another shutout as Flames’ Ed “Bark at the” Mooney got the bagel as the Flames burned the Flyers 5-0. Paul Opie and Jason Anderson each scored 2 for the winners who started the playoffs on the right foot. Flyers were missing a lot of key players. More scratches than a midnight forest jog. Hope they have a better turnout this week.

 

STARS 1 BRUINS 0: You would think a 1-0 score would have the intensity of a loaf of bread but no way. 1.9 million viewers stayed up to watch this one as both goalies saw more rubber than Pamela Anderson on a Monday afternoon. Stars’ Brian Deanes had the shutout as he out-dueled Joe LoCiccero for th big win. Larry “Light the Lamp” Litzgus scored the lone goal in this one then waited in the lobby to sign autographs for the kids. Left the cap off his sharpie and it leaked everywhere in his shirt pocket afterwards....

SHARKS 4 REDWINGS 2: Sharks’ Richard Paquet was feisty in his cage all night long as his team doubled up the Redwings 4-2. Mark Shadwell drained 2 for the winners while his team won despite having 4 minors called against them. More hooks than a bass tournament as 4 hooking minors were handed out.

 

So there is the week that was in SCOHA. Junior and Intermediate turn things up to 11 as the playoffs ramp up. Some players are back from a few games off for load management, all knees are feeling good, and we are ready for some pretty intense hockey. Have a great rest of the week fellas.

 

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – February 18th, 2019

Getting real in the Masters division


Lots of catching up to do as my work was busier than a one-legged ass kicker last week, apologies for not getting a blog up. This week we saw the Masters Division finish up regular season play. Standings in all divisions are tighter than security for a presidential motorcade. I also want to wish Intermediate Bruins’ Tim Pettit a speedy recovery from his injury sustained last week, get back out there soon, buddy! Also, Master’s player Richard Hamilton who broke his leg back in week 7 was spotted walking around in the press box last Sunday. Very good news, Richard! Last week Flames goalie Ed “Cow Jumped Over The” Mooney got a big time shutout and collected the player of the game toonie. 20 years ago that would’ve got you 40 gummy bears at the Becker’s store.. Ok, let’s tally up the damages from the past few days of action....

JUNIOR DIVISION:
OILERS 9 BRUINS 6: I had the over on my Proline ticket for this barn-burner. 9-6 Oilers was the final score as the fans went home happy regardless of the outcome. Oilers Jay Dimitroff had 2 red bulls and an espresso pre-game. He was jacked up for this one, even pulled the team bus across the city, scored a hatty along with 2 helpers then pulled the damn thing back afterwards. Talk about a smart hockey player, he could sit on an ice cream cone and tell you what flavour it is. Matt Kowalski has a game and a half too, scoring 2 goals and 3 assists for the winners. Bruins Kirk Blancher and Cory “Kids In The” Hall both scored twice for the B’s...

FLYERS 5 REDWINGS 1: Flyers goalie Chris Piche had the ol’ cookie jar sealed air tight on this night, making more key saves than a St.John’s paramedic. Behind Walter Blagdon’s 2 goals, the Flyers took advantage of a depleted Redwing lineup that saw 4 regulars awol.

BLACKHAWKS 5 PENGUINS 2: Did you know the Hawks have dressed 35 players so far this season? No wonder it’s impossible to get a good read on these guys! Ben Agnew lit the lamp twice and Mike Troback notch 3 points as the Hawks inked the Pens 5-2. Kevin Clark scored both goals in a losing cause...

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION: 
FLYERS 4 BLACKHAWKS 4: This game was televised nationally. Families had the cheese nips and kielbasa out for this dandy. Refs let the teams decide this one, more back and forth’s than typewriter. Hawks goalie Steve Cuthbert stood on his head from puck drop to the dry towels. Fit this guy for an orange suit, he is a crook for crying out loud. It was the Charlie Polizzi show again as the Hawk forward scored 2 while on the Flyers side, “Dieter” Brock Hotrum scored a pair for a Flyers team clawing their way into respectability in the standings.

LEAFS 4 CANADIENS 2: Leafs Bob Tenison is the league’s pilot. When the other team is waiting for their luggage, he tells them their suitcases accidentally went to Thailand. That’s how much he is owning things out there. Another 2 goals and an apple as the Leafs facepalmed the Habs 4-2. Canadiens’ Dave Braid must’ve got his arm bumped in the breakfast line as he sat in the box twice. Once out, he tallied a goal and an assist in a losing cause. Habs haven’t won since January 13th but face their arch rival Flyers this upcoming weekend. Should be a dandy! Some tickets available, bring the kids...

PENGUINS 6 BRUINS 3: Bruins had 8 players missing, the rest of the guys crammed into a yellow Auston Mini and headed to the rink. Penguins were ready for this one, handing the B’s a 6-3 loss despite a valiant effort. Dino Giudice scored his 1st of the season for the Bruins so that gives him a contract bonus of $8.00. For the Penguins, both Jeff Bastien and Steve Paglie also scored their 1st of the campaign for the winners. Congrats guys, great game! Another 3 points for Dave Armstrong who makes other teams walk back to the dressing room looking like they just shoveled a bunch of driveways.

MASTERS DIVISION: 
REDWINGS 3 FLAMES 3: Stick tap to Flames Larry Sipos who buried his 1st of the season and stuck around to sign autographs after the game until midnight. Redwings Vince Mercuri continues to play out of this world, scoring his 16th of the season. Redwings’ goalie Scott “Magic” Johnson walked into the rink with a black v-neck. He wasn’t leaving the damn arena without at least a point. This team is a movie, had a mid-season slump then one closed-door meeting brought everything back together. Attendance is up and these guys are just going out there to have fun.

SHARKS 7 FLYERS 3: And here’s to you, Kevin Robinson.... 2 sweet goals to help the Sharks tank the Flyers 7-3. Sharks newcomer Lee Paule (not the guitar guy) is fitting in well. He chipped in with 2 assists for the winners. Three cheers for Ramblin’ Ronny Cooper who fired home his 1st of the season. What a snipe! Flyers sub John Hewitt scored 2 and added an apple in a losing cause.

BRUINS 5 STARS 1: Dale Brons pours sugar in his skates to go faster and it damn well works. The guy scored a hatty but only 2 fans threw their touques on the ice. 23 goals on the season as the B’s prepare for the 2nd season grind. John Toth wanted to make the blog and he did, scoring 2 spin-a-ramas that will be seen around the world if they get sports centre there.

BLACKHAWKS 4 KINGS 3: Big upset alert here, gang. It was a hard fought battle right to the final buzzer. Danny Wilde with his first 2 goals of the season as the late game had plenty of onlookers watching to seal their team’s playoff matchup.

So there you go. Master’s playoffs start this upcoming Sunday. Two other divisions have one more game this weekend then let the real games begin. Have a good week, fellas... Player stats will be posted shortly on our website.

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – Jan 29th, 2019


What a weekend of action over at the quad. Most of the games were close while a few others .. well you get my drift. Let’s unpack the weekend that was before my break is over...

 

JUNIOR DIVISION:

FLYERS 3 BLACKHAWKS 2: Flyers Bob Howarth scored his 1st goal of the season and almost broke his ankle scaling the glass as his Flyers snuck by the Hawks 3-2. Bob also assisted on the winning goal so he got to keep the game puck. Bravo, hats off, congratulations, Bob!

 

OILERS 3 REDWINGS 1: Finally, after tossing teams on the bbq at 450 degrees at the start of the season, the Oilers found themselves on the winning side with a 3-1 win over the Redwings. Kyle Zimmerman led the way with a pair of beauts for the winners. The Wings were missing half their bus full of players for this one and paid for it. Their legs felt like cheese strings after the game. Where was everyone tonight, we asked Wings blueliner Dave Wichman, “The answer my friend... is blowing in the wind.”

 

BRUINS 4 PENGUINS 2: Bruins Sean Riley scored his 1st of the season while Justin "Eastgate” Mol notched his 20th as the Bruins knocked off the surging Penguinos 4-2. I had the Penguins on my proline ticket on this one, wrapped it up and threw it out the window and my tv almost did as well. The Bruins played a solid road game leaving the Pens’ frustrated all night.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

PENGUINS 3 BLACKHAWKS 1: I’m not a fan of defensive battles. I would rather sit through a Harry Potter marathon with the wife. But as the playoffs loom, this is the kind of game we will see. Both teams played the trap better than the gang from Deadliest Catch. Another strong game from Pens’ Dave Armstrong. I mean this guy could talk a pitbull off a meat wagon for crying out loud.

 

BRUINS 4 CANADIENS 2: Bruins Tim Pettit was like CityTV .. Everywhere! 2 goals and 2 apples led the Bruins to a 4-2 win over the Habs. Not to be outdone, Bruins Dwayne Kavanaugh tallied his 2nd goal of the campaign that brought the announced crowd of 3 to their feet. Canadiens’ Mike Miscio replied with a goal and an assist while Rob Baker had both halves of his assorted sub right before the game and felt sluggish out there. The guys were complaining he kept belching the cold cuts on the bench which threw their game off immensely.

 

LEAFS 5 FLYERS 1: Leafs goalie Bill Templeman is playing gross out there this year. I am talking drop the cell phone in toilet and bare hand scoop it out kinda gross. He had the Trump wall up again, thwarting the Flyers powerhouses time after time. Then there’s Leafs’ Bob Tenison, rolled us up like a yoga mat and stuffed us behind the sofa, scoring a hatty for the winners. Back to the drawing board for the Flyers after the break where plenty of game film will be watched.

 

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

REDWINGS 3 BRUINS 1: Redwings are for real! These guy’s toboggan was sliding down the hill with no one on it for a while but have turned things around and are in the hunt for the cup. They put the Bruins on blast with a 3-1 victory and the crowd’s are starting to come back to see their SCOHA heroes. Wing’s goaltender Scott Johnson postgame, “Geeze... we couldn’t fix a bicycle tire for the first half of the season but look at us know! We are heading into the playoffs with beards and the confidence to roll through the division one team at a time..” I quickly reminded him that he just jinxed himself then I was quickly asked to leave the dressing room and they folded my microphone into 3 pieces.

 

KINGS 4 FLYERS 2: Henry Marfisi chugged 2 Red Bulls at the same time before the game, went out there and scored 3 Gretzky-like goals as the Kings grounded the Flyers 4-2. Marfisi is stuffing goalies into Tupperware containers this year and saves them for later. It’s way too easy for him out there, just insane.  Flyers Enzo Giammichele grabbed the loose puck and buried his 2nd of the season for the Flyers.

 

STARS 7 SHARKS 1: I will take my tv off the wall and throw it in the pool if this  Stars team doesn’t go far in the playoffs. They make us want to sit and watch them while eating mozzarella sticks until our belly buttons go horizontal. Captain Chris Baratto had these guys playing the kind of hockey he likes to unwind with on a Thursday night on his betamax. The Sharks got their lunches eaten but take a look at their roster.. they had one bad night, I am betting a quick turn around after the week layoff. Sharks Mike Martini dropped his 2nd olive of the season in a losing cause.

 

FLAMES 5 BLACKHAWKS 2: The Flames set up a few flares to see what happens and came out with a 5-2 win over the Hawks. Stan the Man had 2 goals for the winners while Jason Anderson (no relation to Pam) also added a nice pair for the Flames.

 

On that note, after another big snowfall, most of us are walking around the house like we have 2 scuba tanks on our backs. Looking forward to the week off before the games heat up from 350 to broil. Have a good Superbowl weekend, my prediction is Pats by 7 but we’ll see....

 

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – January 25th, 2019


What a weekend of action! Our game of the week saw the masters Bruins beat the Kings 6-3. More ups and downs than a Pamela Anderson dvd.

JUNIOR DIVISION:
PENGUINS 8 OILERS 3: Make that 7 straight wins for the Penguins, these guys are kicking ass and eating chips at the same time. This time, an 8-3 drubbing over the slumping Oilers. Kevin Clark had a can of Jolt cola before the game, went out there and scored a hatty. Derek Nagy lit the lamp twice for the winners who scored 2 shorthanded goals in the romp. Oilers Lino Ruggieri re-taped his stick and felt good out there, scoring 2 despite getting their lunches eaten by the surging Pens. Oilers are an experienced bunch, they will re-find their winning ways before the playoffs, you heard it here first sports fans.

BLACKHAWKS 3 REDWINGS 1: A spirited game that saw more minors than a high school dance. 10 penalties called but the Hawks prevailed 3-1 snapping a mini 2-game slide. Dino Laporta carried on loading up the net with pucks with 2 for the winners while Richard Forster tallied the lone Redwings marker. That’s 3 losses in a row for the Wings who held an optional skate afterwards to iron out some plays.

BRUINS 4 FLYERS 0: Gamesheet says #71 had 2 goals but no idea who that is so congrats on the great game Kasper, you get the game puck! Bruins have rattled off 3 wins in a row and are ready for the 2nd season! Fist pump to Roman Bratovz for his 2nd shutout of the season, hope someone bought him a beer after the game.

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:
BLACKHAWKS 2 CANADIENS 2: A defensive battle for $200, Alex.... and that’s what the fans got as both teams fired everything but the kitchen sink at these 2 net minders. Habs’ Rob Baker promised a young fan a goal and an assist and he delivered. His bad cold from making snow angels on the arena lawn seems to be clearing up. And is poised for a strong playoff. Hawks Kevin Feist chipped in with a goal and an apple as this hawks team haven’t lost since December 9th.

BRUINS 1 LEAFS 1: offensive gamebook accidentally got put in the recycling bin as both teams could only muster up a goal each. Goalies are playing out of this world lately. We will have to run some labs to see if there is anything out of the ordinary. Bruins Wayne Sliwinski had everyone on pins and needles with his nifty dangle for a goal and his robust style of play. A young Terry O’Reilly as some media writers put it. For the Leafs, Alan “Pickle” Heron scored a beaut.

FLYERS 7 PENGUINS 2: The Flyers were buzzing like a Puff Daddy party. 4-0 only 3:29 into the game and they sat back and ate mozzarella sticks until the final horn. 3 players notched a pair while spare goalie Tony built a trump wall in the crease for the winners. Dave “Mayor of Scohaville” was sitting at the pool bar in Cuba but was stuck watching a 2012 baseball re-run on the resort tv. He missed his team’s best effort of the season and the after party that ensued.

MASTERS DIVISION:
BLACKHAWKS 4 FLYERS 1: The Blackhawks had umpteen players figure in the scoring as they defeated the Flyers 4-1. Flyers rented a short bus as they only had half a team. Hawks’ Bob Schweyer scored the goal of the year according to him.

STARS 5 FLAMES 1: Spare Goalie Alex filled in for a vacationing Brian Deanes as the Stars upended the Flames 5-1 for Guy Shaver sock night. First 10 fans through the turnstyle got a pair of lime green socks with an image of Guy on them for a keepsake. Mark Gillis bulged the twine twice for the winners while John Jansen replied for the Flames who have dropped 3 straight for the first time this season. Stars Chris Baratto complimented the zamboni driver after the game, praising his straight even lines he left behind. “it was definitely the TSN turning point in the game.”

BRUINS 6 KINGS 3: The mighty finally fell. A mixed bag of Bruin players found the scoresheet as they toppled the league leaders 6-3. Kings had won 6 in a row but a determined Bruin squad played a perfect road game, Swarming the Kings like a grass hat salesman on a Cuban beach. Great game guys!

REDWINGS 4 SHARKS 1: Didn’t I tell you guys the Redwings are going to turn their season around? They beat the over on Proline and dominated a fast Sharks squad, winning 4-1. Bill “webmaster” Curran scored a laser beam and added a ufo saucer pass for an assist for the winning side. Scott “Magic” Johnson could’ve tied his goalie pads upside down and still made ridiculous saves. He is guarding the crease like my cat Nuffers guards a can of soft salmon on the kitchen floor.

Well that wraps up another week of SCOHA action. Games are heating up and rivalries are getting more intense each week. This week is no exception. Shout out to the Masters player that wore a touque under his helmet over the weekend. Thought it was the Great Gazoo from the Flintstone’s out there for a second! Enjoy the rest of the week, fellas!

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA - January 18th 2019


Back in the Saddle after more rays than a marijuana plant. All 3 divisions are heating up like a bowl of tomato soup with no lid on...

JUNIOR DIVISION:

PENGUINS 5 REDWINGS 1: penguins have rattled off 6 straight wins to take over the division lead with a 5-1 win over the Redwings. Kevin Clark was on fire, scoring 3 goals. One might have even gone in off his damn face for crying out loud. Dave “Mayor of Scohaville” Wichman tallied the lone goal for the Redwings, who are still within arm’s length of getting back into the points race.

FLYERS 5 OILERS 3: Dino LaPorta (Backyarda) keeps racking up points. A shot like his could turn the U.S. government back on. He picked up another 2 goals and a hamburger helper to lift the Flyers over the Oil 5-3. Mike Czepita-pit did all he could, scoring 2 goals for the slumping Oilers, who have lost 5 straight for the first time in team history. Reporters were asked to leave their locker room post-game as players held a team meeting. They stand in 3rd place after a crazy start to the season.

BRUINS 4 BLACKHAWKS 2: Both teams barrelled down the boards all night long, taking no prisoners. Refs pea wore out on their whistles as both club’s paraded to the penalty box as 9 minors were called. Game took 3 hours and 8 minutes to play! In the end, the Bruins came out victorious 4-2. Hawk players soaked in the ice bath afterwards and didn’t want to talk to the media. Bruins Greg Lintott had a strong game, collecting 3 Gretzky-like assists for the winners. Points were spread out like marmalade on toast for this game.

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

CANADIENS 3 FLYERS 2: The Flyers are out of batteries right now, dropping their 4th straight thanks to a pair of goals from Habs’ Mike “Never” Miscio. Flyers’ Jay Hoffman scored a goal upper cheese (or whatever the kids are saying now) and gathered an apple for the Flyers. With team captain Dave Wichman in the tropics this upcoming weekend downing more pina colodas than Tattoo from Fantasy Island, Flyers look to grab a point or 2 against the Penguins... stay tuned.

BLACKHAWKS 7 BRUINS 1: The Blackhawks dumped on the Bruins and didn’t even care to leave the fan on. 7-1 was the final score as Bruins fans demanded a refund. Hawks’ Kevin Feist scored a hatty and Walter Blagdon racked up 3 assists for the winners who are back within a point of first place. Bruins Tim Pettitt was the only Bruin with no rust on this night, scoring a 110 km/h cheese bomb for the losing side.

LEAFS 1 PENGUINS 1: This game was tighter than a pair of socks in sandals. Brian Powell for the Pens and Paul “Quick Draw” McGraw for the Leafs took care of the goals while both goalies stood on their earlobes all night, making several tantalizing saves and smiled after each one. Leafs were missing Captain Crunch Bob Tenison, really missed him out there. This guy has the hockey smarts. He can skate full speed down the ice and explain the difference between Samsung and Sony tv’s at the same time.

MASTERS DIVISION:

BRUINS 5 FLYERS 1: Bruins came ready to play, brought a cooler full of Red Bulls to chug pre-game, went out there and were as impressive as in overnight air Amazon impressive. 5-1 was the final as Dale Brons scored another 2. This guy is stuck on sensor reheat mode on his microwave and the off button is broken, never stops. Tim Manning also dropped a deuce for the winners while Pat Sergi replied for the Flyers who remain in the middle of the pack in the standings. Bruins goalkeeper Joe LoCiccero stopped all but one Flyer shot, putting the rest of the opposition into sleeping bags and didn’t bother saying goodnight.

KINGS 4 FLAMES 2: 4 different scorers for the Kings as they defeated the Flames 4-2 in front of a packed house. Kings’ Al Angelone scored on a shot that broke the crossbar in half before going in. Arena staff are still looking for payment. Flames Rob Frith added 2 assists in a losing cause.

REDWINGS 5 STARS 3: Redwings Danny DiGiancinto and Ghislain both scored 2 each as the Redwings held off the Stars 5-3. Watch out for the Redwings who have now won 2 of 3 and are turning teams into molecules with their recent play. After going 9 games mid-season without a win, the locker room have kept their spirits up and are starting to make their way up the standings. Watch out for these guys, they are eyeing the big prize.

SHARKS 3 BLACKHAWKS 2: I thought Sharks’ Jim Albanese was on vacation! The score sheet tells us otherwise, he scored 3 goals, maybe all the way from the swim up bar but regardless, the Sharks held off the Hawks 3-2.

Well there you have it, last weekend in a nutshell. Players are starting to feel the playoff push. Blocking shots with their ribs and not worrying about 4 days of ice packs. Here’s to no thrown-out backs shovelling today, we all need to play hockey. Cheers fellas!

Chris Marttila

 

 

This Week in SCOHA – Jan. 8th, 2019


As the regular season gets closer to playoff time, teams are getting prepared for the final push to position themselves for the playoff run.

JUNIOR DIVISION:
Penguins - 7 Blackhawks - 4
The Penguins gained soul possession of 1st place by beating a depleted Blackhawk line up. The Haslam's ran the show each getting 2 goals for the winning side with Michael also adding an assist. It appeared to be a chippy affair with so many penalties that at one point the Blackhawks had more players in the sin bin then on the bench.

Bruins - 7 Oilers - 3
Another high scoring game that saw the last place Bruins move up a position from the bottom while knocking the Oilers down to 2nd place. Justin Mol was the top scorer for the Bruins with the Hat Trick. The Oilers put in a good effort in the 2nd period after being down 5 - 0 to get within 2 but just ran out of gas.

Flyers - 5 Red Wings - 3
This game was a tight one, tied 2 - 2 after the first. The Red Wings had the lead in the 2nd for just over a minute before Walter Blagdon tied it up with his 2nd goal of the game. Walter also added an assist to the game winning goal scored by Charlie Polizzi. The Flyers are now tied with the Oilers for 2nd place.

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:
Leafs - 7 Habs - 5
A beauty battle between 2 of the original 6 teams. This was a seesaw affair with both teams exchanging goals leading to a 2 - 2 tie after one. The 2nd period was no different as both teams took turns with the lead before the Leafs slammed the door shut with 2 goals 18 seconds apart. Bob Tenison added 5 more points to his stats with the Hat Trick and 2 assists to maintain his strong lead in the scoring race. Rob Baker and Mike Miscio also had a pair of goals each for the losing side.

Bruins - 3 Penguins - 1
If this game was decided by penalties the Penguins would have won 3 - 1. Dave Armstrong opened the scoring for the Penguins and then 39 seconds later Glenn Rouse evened it back up. Rob Train scored the game winner with 4:24 seconds left in the first and then it was nap time. Not much more to say about this game.

Blackhawks - 2 Flyers - 0
The Flyers must have thought that with Chris Martilla on vacation there wasn't going to be a blog so there wasn't any point in doing anything exciting. Which is exactly what they did. If it weren't for the 2 goals by the Blackhawks the score sheet would be completely blank as there were no penalties either. 2 thumbs up to Steve Cuthbert with the shutout.

MASTERS DIVISION:
Blackhawks - 4 Bruins - 3
The Blackhawks welcomed back Ed Walton after missing a few games for knee surgery. He responded with a goal and assist to lead his team in the win. Kevin Boyd also had a pair of goals and an assist for the winning team. Dale Brons showed no ill affects from his ailing back to score a pair for the Bruins. Joe Locicero who not only holds the 2nd place position in least goals against with a 2.76 GAA. He now also leads the goalies in points after getting another assist on the Bruins 2nd goal.

Kings - 7 Stars - 2
Astronomers were left bewildered as there were no Stars to be seen on this night. King Henry owned the night with 2 goals and 2 assists to lead his team to a royal thumping. Mike Vanderzee, Munish Baranowski, and Joe Muchynski, also had 2 points each to bolster their standings in the top 10 scoring race. Walter Iszkula had a helping 'hand' with 2 points as well. Not much to say about the Stars who at one point this year were in the top 3 of the standings. The Kings look like they have a stranglehold on the President's Trophy leading all teams in all divisions with 26 points.

Sharks - 6 Flames - 2
It was Lucky 7 night as #7 Mark Shadwell had a goal and 2 assists, #17 Jim Albanese had 2 goals and an assist, # 71 Mike Archer had 2 goals, #77 Kevin Robinson had an assist, and #75 Ron Cooper had an assist. Peter Fantauzzo had 2 goals in the first to tie the game up for the Flames but were easily extinguished by the Sharks in the 2nd.

Flyers - 5 Red Wings - 0
J.J. MacNeil was the first star in the SCOHA 'Feature Game' with the big shutout as the Red Wings continue to struggle with finding the back of the net. 5 different players scored for the Flyers including Domenic Guistini who also had a pair of assists. The game was so out of reach by the midway point of the 2nd period Bruce McDonald was caught eating a hot dog on the bench while Joe Venditti was calling in his pizza and wing order to the 'Lookout Lounge'.

That's all Folks.
A big hat tip and a high five to Chris Martilla who does this every week.

This Week in SCOHA – January 3rd, 2019


Back on the ice after the Christmas break where some of us realized we are now a 2XL and brown socks and slippers are cool. Junior Penguins have put together a modest 4 game winning streak while Intermediate Canadiens have only one loss since mid- November, these guys are hotter than Wilma Flintstone in a 2 piece right now. Over on the Masters side, Vanderzee has his Kings rolling over teams like Nana rolling out the dough for her special cookies. At any rate, let’s unpack the week that was in SCOHA...

 

JUNIOR DIVISION:

PENGUINS 4 FLYERS 0: Flyers mindset was still on the sofa watching the Hallmark specials with that annoying aunt that just won’t go home. Ross Lacasse unwrapped a can of whoop ass, scoring 2 and helping out on another as the Penguins took care of the Flyers. Felix Potvin-like performance in the nets for the Penguins who are on fire and have no intentions of sliding down the hill on their stomachs any time soon. Dave “Magic” Johnson added 3 apples for the winners.

 

BLACKHAWKS 4 OILERS 1: Oilers dynasty season has hit a fork in the road of late, only 1 win in their last 6 which has tightened up the standings like a jar of Grandmas homemade beets. Hawks’ Brett Rivers came to play, scoring a pair and adding an assist for the Hawks who erase a 3 game losing streak in a convincing way. Oilers will fire things up again soon, this team is built from the ground up, nationally ranked. Insane.

 

REDWINGS 5 BRUINS 2: Dino “Suitcase” Laporta is the fill-ins of all fill-ins. This guy wears out workboots so bad, his foot is sticking out. He pulled the team but to the rink. 2 goals and an assist helped propel the Wings to a thirs straight W and Wayne Sliwinski notched a deuce for thge winning side. For the Bruins, Hallsy added his 2nd snipe of the season in a losing cause.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

With star forward Rob Baker performing in the Nutcracker down at the Grimsby Legion, the Habs were short a key guy but managed to squeak out a 3-2 win over a depleted Penguins lineup. Habs’ Mike Miscio scored 2 goals and celebrated like he’s done it more than once. Like a Sunday morning tap in for par. Easy. Penguins’ Dave Armstrong scored his umpteenth goal of the season in a losing cause.

 

LEAFS 2 BLACKHAWKS 2: Now every team in all 3 leagues have at least one tie. Hey what about a 3 minute 2 on 2 overtime? Just a thought. .. Hawks Lucas Warren with his 3rd dangle of the year and Gary “The Whirl” Poole added his 2nd of the campaign. Leafs Guy Romeo scored a goal for the ages with one hand on his stick, one leg in the air, and a coors light in the other hand. Impressive. He skated circles out there like a donkey being let loose on a beach. Great game!

In the nets, both goalies showed why they are Vezina Trophy candidates. More saves that the dvd box set of Baywatch.

 

BRUINS 5 FLYERS 4: Bruins Wayne Sliwinski is as smooth as a 70’s cigarette commercial. Another 5 point night sealed the victory against a Flyers team that had bus legs. Captain Dave Wichman added postgame, “We skated like we were in cheesecake out there.” We need to regroup, get our bearings straight and get out there next week and get the W”

Flyers Veljko Gavric scored a beaut from the slot for the Flyers in the loss. Flyers have 1 win and a few ties in 8 games and feel like we are getting shoved around the litter bin too much. Look out for a more spirited game this week.

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

FLYERS 7 STARS 5: Old fashioned shootout at the ok coral as the Flyers topped the Stars 7-5. Flyers Bill Paul lit it up with a 3 point effort, as did John Annibale. On the Stars side of the scoresheet, Eric Sippel and Larry Litzgus fired home a pair while Pat MacAleese added 3 helpers. Both teams filled the nets like Captain godamn Highliner. Good game, fellas.

 

REDWINGS 7 BLACKHAWKS 2: redwings hadn’t won since Jesus was a baby, 9 games ago. Huge effort by this hockey club got them back in the winning column. Champagne is still being cleaned off the dressing room walls. Danny Digiacinto (De Mayo) scored a pair for the Wings while Danny Gabriele had a helper hatty (3 assists). Gabriele after the game, “It’s not what you eat between Christmas and New Years, it’s what you eat between New Years and Christmas. We are turning this season around. Full off-ice regiments, we are going all the way this year! Blackhawks will go over some game film and promise to be ready for next week.

 

FLAMES 7 BRUINS 3: In our nationally televised game of the week, The Flames lit up the Bruins thanks to Peter “the Fonz” Fantauzzo with 3 goals and 2 assists. The Bruins got swished around like Listerine but don’t worry about these guys, they will be sniffing around at the end of the season... Stick tap to Bruins goalie Joe LoCicero with an assist on the Bruins 1st goal. Big red shiny apple for the corner of his desk.

 

KINGS 4 SHARKS 2: Big crowd on hand to watch this steam bomb of a game. Shark’s Jim Albanese played like he had flares behind his skates. Fit him for an orange onesie, he is a crook out there with the puck, He scored a dandy and added a helper for his team but it wasn’t enough, Kings win this one 4-2, who have won 4 in a row and are poised to go on another streak. Kings Joe “Ohhh you Didn’t have to but Thank You Very “Muchynski tallied 2 goals for the winners.

 

Well that’s all from this end of the ice, I am on vacation for a bit, Masters Stars Chris Barratto will be writing up the blog of all blogs next week so show him some love. Next 3 or 4 games will be intense, just like camping. Good luck this weekend, guys.

 

Chris Marttila

This Week in SCOHA – December 19th, 2018


Just another day on the beach for the usual point-getters this past weekend as the rivalries are warming up before the new year. Stick tap of the week goes to Master’s Blackhawks Bob “Deep Fryer” Schweyer returned to the lineup and skated like a deer running through the woods, making his way onto the gamesheet, albeit a penalty.

Welcome back, Bob!

 

JUNIOR DIVISION:

PENGUINS 7 OILERS 4: The Oilers started fast out of the gate this season but are in need of some bridge repair as they have struggled of late. Hey that rhymed... At any rate, Penguins had points from everyone but the arena mop guy as they climb within 4 points of the league leaders. Mike Haslam added a goal and 2 apples and newcomer Jay Demitroff chipped in with a goal and 3 assists. Add my name to the bucket of those thinking this Penguin team has all the parts to make a run at the cup this year. 65 goals leads the damn league in that department and they aren’t letting the foot off the gas any time soon. Oilers’ Steve Ditta did all he could with a goal and a helper in a losing cause.

 

REDWINGS 5 BLACKHAWKS 2: Redwings’ Steve Cromwell drove the team bus and made no stops along the way, scoring 2 and saucering a beaut for an assist as the Wings took care of the Hawks 5-2. Wings’ Yves “Never Miss” Bisson tallied his 1st point of the campaign, a damn swell assist for the winners while Steve “We The” North added his 2nd goal of the year. Hawks had no answer for the Wings goalie Lane Dunlop but Nick Troback managed to score his 2nd of the season. Give Blackhawks Chris “You’re Not Gunna” Baliva credit for another strong game, this guy never stops hustling, his cardiovascular endurance puts us all to shame...

 

FLYERS 4 BRUINS 0: Somebody call 911, Flyers’ Dave “Homes on” Holmes is on fire! 2 huge goals helped the Flyers take off, 4-0 against a tired Bruins team. Bruins’ Nick Mol spoke to media after the game saying their team bus didn’t roll into the hotel until 5am on gameday and there were carolers knocking on hotel room doors at 10am. Flyers Charlie “Officer” Polizzi drove in a pair of assists for the winners. Cheers to Al Ringer for the shutout! He took the game puck home for the mantle.

 

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION:

BLACKHAWKS 2 CANADIENS 1: Habs’ Rob Baker was lucky he put his laundry away in time to head out to the rink. Too bad his socks didn’t match, threw him off all game, as the Hawks won a big game 2-1. Jeff Davis led the way with a goal and a shiny apple for the winners while the Habs set up a gofundme page to try and raise the puck past a determined Hawks goalie, Steve Cuthbert. This guys game is as big as the prairie sunset. Definitely a wise draft choice.

 

LEAFS 3 BRUINS 0: Leafs were missing half their team, they all fit in a damn Uber for crying out loud. Didn’t matter, they beat the Bruins 3-bagel. Guy Romeo had a few espresso’s pre-game and went out there on a mission. Scored a goal and grabbed a helper, nothing short of spectacular. Bruins held an optional skate Monday to try and repair things. It’s still a long season, these guys will start rolling up teams and tossing them in the back of moving vans like carpets before too long, just wait, I called it.

 

FLYERS 4 PENGUINS 4: Yours truly wrapped up the tying goal with a buck 20 left in the game as we tied the buzzsaws of the league 4-4. These guys have been ripping it up lately, it was good to grab the point and load up the bus and get out of there. Flyers’ Dave “The Mayor of SCOHA” Wichman was out there celebrating his 35th birthday. He ate the candles and blew out the cake, jumping into the play at every given opportunity. After the game, he layed under the Christmas tree upstairs at the bar to remind his team he is a gift! Pens’ Dave Armstrong shredded some more cheese, adding 2 more goals to his totals, definitely not old or marble.

 

MASTERS DIVISION:

BLACKHAWKS 2 STARS 2: Welcome Back, Kotter! Hawks Bob Schweyer laced up the twirlers after a lengthy absence and didn’t disappoint. Fans littered the ice with chants of Bobby Bobby Bobby! Every time he touched the puck. He signed autographs for the kids afterwards and fielded questions from a rather robust media scrum. Stars’ goalkeeper Brian “Mean Jeans” Deanes made several highlight-reel saves to preserve the tie. Guy Shaver with his umpteenth goal of the season. This guy is like TD Bank. Reliable. He can fill the water bottles without looking at the tap. Hawks gritty play of late landed them in the box 4 times but managed to leave the rink with a point thanks to goals from Scott Wheeler and Kevin Boyd. They hope to have Ed “Shaky” Walton back in the lineup soon but for now he is sofa-bound enjoying the Christmas Baking Championships over on Food Network. He is learning to make extra special cookies for his team...

 

FLYERS 3 FLAMES 1: Flames/Flyers are always a treat to watch. Both teams play so hard, the puck was seen crying after the game. Flyers John Annibale set up 2 goals while Peter Fantauzzo oscillated around the crease for a highlight reel goal for the Flames. Brought the fans to their feet.

 

KINGS 7 REDWINGS 1: Kings Henry “Nifty Mittens” Marfisi has kids wanting a #17 Redwings sweater this Christmas. His rookie card was spotted on Ebay for over $500. Another 2 tucks for this sharpshooter. Stick tap to Walter Iszula for his first 2 goals of the year and Charles “Hot Stove” Hostovsky for his 2nd and 3rd tallies of the year. Redwings’ Vince Mercuri continues to play out of this world, scoring the lone goal in the loss. Thanks to Wings’ goalkeeper Scott “Magic” Johnson for stopping by our table for a chat after the game. He is trying to stay positive after a few tough losses but refuses to let it affect the holiday season. He still hopes to get a pack of black socks and a hot wheels car under the tree but knows Santa has the last say on that. We discussed mid-century architecture, biomedic engineering, fossil fuel emissions and metamorphic rock shifting. Thanks for the chat, Scott! 

 

BRUINS 4 SHARKS 1: Bruins Joe LoCicero aka the magician of the meshed mansion shut the front door on the Sharks with a big 4-1 win. Post-game, Bruins revealed special long-sleeved team shirts to wear up at the bar and around town. Not quite the black turtle neck Dale Brons prefers to wear to the disco but they look pretty sharp. Sharks played softer than a warmed-up brie wheel on Christmas Eve but after a quick team meeting after the game, say they will be ready to play a lot harder this week.  Can anyone stop Gary Guthro? This guy is sneakier than salt and pepper. Another 2 goals for the winners.

 

Well that’s another SCOHA week in the books. Visit our website for individual player stats and standings. Another week before the holidays and teams are hoping to find a big win under the tree before the cat pulls it down. From this end of the ice to yours, have a safe and happy holidays, fellas. If you haven’t already, join our SCOHA Facebook page. Tons of fun.

 

 

Chris Marttila