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Canadiens Lose Both in Weekend Play

Posted February 23rd, 2014 | Uncategorized

The Rinehart Orthodontics Peewee AAA Canadiens dropped two games in weekend play.

On Saturday, with Dekker Kiely in goal, the Canadiens fell 5-1 to the Fredericton Caps. Nick Gautreau scored the Habs only goal.

On Sunday, the Canadiens fell to the Express 1-0 with Ethan Pearson in net.

Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be versus the Bulls from Woodstock at the AUC on Saturday, March 1st.

All Stars Announced

Posted February 13th, 2014 | Uncategorized

Congratulations to three deserving Canadiens … and to others around EDZA West as All Star Team members!

Ben Lightbody, Tyler Tobin and Riley Flynn have been named to the 2014 roster. Congrats boys!


Team members are:

Isaak Pelletier (Pionniers Nord-Ouest)
Shain Piers (Fredericton Express)

Ryan Innes (Fredericton Express)
Alexander Leblanc (Fredericton Express)
Russell McLellan (Northwest Bulls)
Zach O`Hara (Fredericton Caps)
Tyler Tobin (Fredericton Canadiens)
Emmanuel Theriault (Pionniers Nord-Ouest)

Tyler Burpee (Northwest Bulls)
Sean Ferguson (Fredericton Caps)
Kyle Foreman (Northwest Bulls)
Riley Flynn (Fredericton Canadiens)
Mitch Kean (Fredericton Express)
Simon Landry (Fredericton Caps)
Josh Lawrence (Fredericton Express)
Ben Lightbody (Fredericton Canadiens)
Ryan Penney (Fredericton Caps)

Canadiens have great experience in US

Posted February 3rd, 2014 | Uncategorized

The Rinehart Orthodontic Peewee AAA Canadiens spent 4 days in New Hampshire and Massachusetts this past weekend. The weather was beautiful, the exhibition games were fun – and the Boston Bruins vs the Edmonton Oilers highlighted the trip.

On the ice, The Canadiens rolled in with an 8-2 win on the first day against the Lewiston Junior Pirates. Then we met an aggressive Dual State Riverhawks and lost 5-1. On the final day, the Canadiens got redemption the a 10-0 route over another Dual State team.


On Friday Night, The Canadiens watched an entertaining game of College hockey, but the Highlight of the trip for many was the Saturday afternoon game where the Bruins shut-out the Oilers 4-1.

Plenty more hockey next weekend as we head to a tournament in Shippigan.

Canadiens Over Pionniers in Road Victory

Posted January 5th, 2014 | Uncategorized

In a well played battle … the Rinehart Canadiens went into a cold barn in St. Leonard and came out with a feel-good 4-3 victory.

Despite missing some key members of the squad (Coach James, Players Burnett and Gilbert) the Canadiens brought their A (AAA) game and played strong from start to finish … and they needed to. With just 2 seconds left in the game, the Pionniers were awarded a penalty shot on a delay of game penalty. Kiely made a spectacular save to secure the win.

Scoring for the Canadiens were:
– Flynn (unassisted) in an end to end rush and a top shelf finish (to make it 1-1 in 1st)
– Flynn again! on the doorstep, from Mallais and Gautreau (to make it 2-2 in 1st)
– Clark, on a rebound fired upstairs, from Standing and Lightbody (to make it 3-2 in 2nd)
– Gautreau, from a slick pass across the crease from Lightbody, and Tobin (to make it 4-3 late in 3rd)

Next up, the Habs can build on their strong play of late, when they host Riverview at the AUC at 12:15 PM on January 11th.

Canadiens Lose a Couple 2-1 Contests

Posted December 29th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Canadiens lost a couple of weekend games, close ones, to their cross town rivals – the Fredericton Caps and the Fredericton Express.

In a Saturday afternoon game at the Grant Harvey Center, the Caps won 2-1 against a depleted Canadiens squad that was missing Burnette, Kiely, Hebert, Morrison and Lightbody. Jacob Mallais scored for the Canadiens (unassisted) and Ethan Pearson took the loss. The Caps goals came with just 2 seconds left in the 2nd period and only 43 seconds left in the third.

On Sunday, with Pearson in nets, the Canadiens lost by the same score to the Express. Riley Flynn had the lone goal, assisted by Craig Clark.

Canadiens topple Express in character win

Posted December 16th, 2013 | Uncategorized

In a battle of last place versus first place in the EDZA West standings, the Canadiens showed their character
by battling back from a 2-0 deficit to upset the Express 4-2.

Cody Gilbert led the way as he fired two goals for the Canadiens.

Gilbert Scores!

Riley Flynn and Tyler Tobin each had singles. Scoring for the Express were Sam Campbell and Mitchell Kean. Shane Piers took the loss. All six goals scored during the game were powerplay goals.

Next action for the Canadiens will be Saturday, December 21 at Willie O’Ree 1 when the Canadiens host the Caps.

Canadiens fall to Caps in Friday night game

Posted December 16th, 2013 | Uncategorized

In a Friday night tilt at the LBR against the Caps, the Canadiens fell 4-0.

Ethan Pearson took the loss for the Canadiens while Skyler Keeling had the win. Scoring for the Caps were Shawn Ferguson (2), Dawson Stairs and Ryan Penney.

A rough reekend for the Canadiens as they lose two

Posted December 8th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart PeeWee AAA Canadiens lost twice in weekend play. Losing first on Saturday to Charlotte County in St. Stephen 2-1, and then again on Sunday 4-3 at home vs KV..

Ethan Pearson was in the net for the Saturday loss, and Craig Clark scored the lone goal for the Canadiens. On Sunday, Dekkar Kiely received the loss while Riley Flynn had two goals and Ben Lightbody had the other.

Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be Friday the 13th, 7:00PM the AUC versus the Fredericton Caps .

Canadiens lose 5-4 to the Bulls in weekend play

Posted November 17th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart PeeWee AAA Canadiens lose a close one, 5-4, to the Woodstock Bulls on Sunday afternoon.

The Canadiens fought back from a 3-0 deficit to capture a 4-3 lead, before losing 5-4 in a spirited match against the Bulls at the LBR on Sunday afternoon. Scoring for the Canadiens were Craig Clark, Oliver Burnett, Justin Hebert and Ben Lightbody. Dekker Kiely had the loss in net

Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be a weekend tournament in Woodstock .

A Respectable 2-2-0 Record for Canadiens at Buster Harvey

Posted November 10th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart PeeWee AAA Canadiens had a 2-2-0 record this weekend in round robin play at the Buster Harvey tournament.

Fredericton lost 7-2 in their Friday game versus Acadia, with Justin Hebert and Jacob Mallais scoring. On Saturday, the Canadiens defeated EDZA South 3-1 with Nick Gautreau, Cody Gilbert and Craig Clark notching goals. On Sunday, the Canadiens won an early morning game 5-2 before losing 6-0 against Dartmouth later in the day. Scoring on Sunday were Gautreau, Oliver Burnett, Riley Flynn and Nathan Standing with a pair. Goaltenders Ethan Pearson and Dekker Kiely each had a win and a loss for the tournament.

The semi-finals and finals for the 24 team Buster Harvey Tournament is tomorrow at 10 AM and 2PM respectively at the Grant Harvey Centre.

Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be Saturday, November 16, 12:45PM vs the Kent County Cougars at the Aitken Centre.

Candiens split weekend games – get first win!

Posted November 4th, 2013 | Uncategorized

Friday night at the LBR, the Canadiens met the Express for the first time this season. It was a fast-paced game with several chances at both ends, but the Express won 7-2. Dekkar Kiely had the loss in nets while Riley Flynn and Nathan Standing had goals for the Canadiens.

On Sunday afternoon, the Canadiens recorded their first win of the season in St Basil against the Pionniers du Nord Ouest. The Candiens won 6-1 with Ethan Pearson getting the win. Ben Lightbody and Jacob Maillais each notched a pair of goals in the win, while Craig Clark and Justin Hebert had singles. Congrats Canadiens!

Canadiens roughed up in weekend games

Posted October 28th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Canadiens were in tough this past weekend, receiving losses in both Saturday and Sunday matches. Lewisville handed the Canadiens an 8-2 loss on Saturday with Flynn and Hebert scoring for the Canadiens. Kiely started in goal, while Pearson came in relief after 6. On Sunday, the Kent County Cougars did not let up on the Canadiens – and handed them a 7-0 loss. Pearson took the loss on Sunday.

Canadiens lose a couple in weekend play

Posted October 20th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart Orthodontics Peewee AAA Canadiens had a full weekend of hockey and were dealt a 4-1 loss in a Friday night game against the Fredericton Caps at the LBR, and a 5-3 loss from the Bulls on Sunday in Florenceville.
Kiely had the loss in goal on Friday, while Ben Lightbody scored the only Canadiens goal. On Sunday, the Canadiens jumped out to a 3-1 lead with 2 goals from Cody Gilbert and one from Nic Gautreau, but Ethan Pearson had the loss as the Bulls battled back.
Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be Saturday October 26, 12:15 at the AUC vs Lewisville, and Sunday, the 27th, at the AUC vs Kings County.

Canadiens get first point of 2013-2014 Season

Posted October 15th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart Orthodontics Peewee AAA Canadiens battled to a 2-2 tie in their home opener against the Nord-Ouest Pionniers at the AUC Saturday afternoon.
The Canadiens rookie goaltender Ethan Pearson was outstanding in goal for the Canadiens, allowing only two goals despite plenty of pressure from the Pionniers.
Scoring for the Canadiens were Justin Hebert, on a nice deke while venturing in on a 2 on 1 with linemate Alex McCrae, and Tyler Tobin with a wrist shot from the point that trickled between the pads of the Pionnier netminder.
Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be Friday night, October 18, 7:00 PM when the Fredericton Caps play host at the LBR.

Canadiens fall to Caps in season opener

Posted October 6th, 2013 | Uncategorized

The Fredericton Rinehart Orthodontics Peewee AAA Canadiens fell 5-1 to the Fredericton PeeWee AAA Caps in hockey action at the AUC Sunday afternoon.
The Canadiens Cody Gilbert opened the scoring, but the caps responded with 5 unanswered goals. Scoring for the Caps were Dawson Stairs, Simon Landry, Shawn Ferguson, Adam Gallop and Matt MacDonald. Dekker Kiely was in goal for the Canadiens while the Caps’ Skyler Keeling and Tayah Sommer split the win.
Next hockey action for the Canadiens will be Saturday, October 12, 1:45 PM when they play host to the Nord-Ouest Pionniers at the AUC in Fredericton for their home opener.


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