GMHL Showcase (Day 2)
Titans fight back, Knights comeback, Pirates sail smoothly, and Rattlers reign supremeDecember 15th, 2022 at 8:01AM December 15th, 2022 2:04PM
Day 2 of the Greater Metro Junior Hockey League showcase is now over and another successful showcase has come to an end. The GMHL would like to thank its players for the quality of hockey they displayed over the last two days. As well, we would like to thank everyone who has taken part in making this event run successfully.
Day 2 Recap:
Tottenham Thunder 2 vs Temiscaming Titans 7
Bradford Bulls 4 vs Meaford Knights 5
Windsor Aces 2 vs Northumberland Stars 6
Durham Roadrunners 0 vs Ville-Marie Pirates 6
Niagara Predators vs West Nipissing Lynx 4
Streetsville Flyers 5 vs Bancroft Rockhounds 9
North York Renegades 3 vs Bradford Rattlers 7
St. George Ravens 3 vs South Muskoka Shield 9
Top performances were:
Carsyn DesRoche of the Thunder with 1 goal.
Richard Brinecs of the Titans with 1 goal and 3 assists.
Declan Flanagan of the Knights with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Ryan Hunter of the Bulls with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Pavel Smirnov of the Stars with 1 goal and 2 assists.
Nathan Deschaine of the Aces with 2 assists.
Dylan Henri of the Pirates with 1 goal and 2 assists.
Liam Hicks of the Lynx with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Michael Santini of the Predators with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Felix Tougas of the Rockhounds with 4 goals and 3 assists.
Basil Vasilev of the Flyers with 1 goal and 2 assists.
Jesper Eriksson of the Rattlers with 3 goals and 2 assists.
Ryan Fritz of the Renegades with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Dennis Golovatchev of the Shield with 3 goals and 2 assists.
Ojvir Singh of the Ravens with 1 goal and 1 assist.
Here are the league standings after the showcase:
In the North Division, the Bradford Rattlers are in first place with 46 points. 5 ahead of second place team Ville-Marie Pirates. After the top two teams you can find the Temiscaming Titans with 33 points, the Meaford Knights with 27 points and 4 games in hand on the Titans. Then there is the West Nipissing Lynx with 22 points, the South Muskoka Shield with 19, and the Bancroft Rockhounds with 11.
In the South Division, just like the North 1st and 2nd place are separated by 5 points. The North York Renegades are still in first with 46 points, the Bradford Bulls are in second with 41, while the Durham Roadrunners are in 3rd place with 38 points and 3 games in hand over the Renegades. Following Durham, are the Tottenham Thunder with 29 points, the St. George Ravens with 25 points, and the Northumberland Stars with 22 points. The bottom three teams of the South Division are the Niagara Predators with 19 points, the Windsor Aces with 6 points, and the Streetsville Flyers with 4 points.