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Overtime Magic...AGAIN!

Fresh off an incredible comeback overtime victory over the Arctic Wolves, PIAS St.Leonard’s cinderella story continues as they shock the QHL world with another comeback overtime victory over top seeded Quattro.

The game began brilliantly for Quattro as they took a commanding 3-0 lead and looked to be on cruise control en route to the QHL final when a late first period goal from PIAS’ Mike De Luca seemed to have turned the tide for PIAS. Against all odds once again, PIAS turned a 3-0 deficit into a 3-3 game going into the third period.

The third period had to be one of the best periods of QHL hockey this summer. Packed with end to end action, including key saves, heroic shot blocking and important penalty killing, it was only fitting to have this game extended into an overtime frame when Francis Trudel of PIAS St. Leonard took advantage of some sloppy rebound control to bury the game winner and guide PIAS to their 2nd consecutive QHL Final appearance.

PIAS St. Leonard now face Mini Wheats in a best of 3 Final where they will attempt to be the first team since the 2009-2010 Kynetik squad to win back to back QHL championships.

Mini are indeed Mighty!!!

The Mini Wheats entered the QHL playoffs on a 4 game losing skid looking like a team searching for their identity. However after disposing the Flyers last week in the first round of the QHL Recreational Division playoffs, the Mini Wheats seemed to have found their niche again and were hoping for a repeat performance from their key players against a heavy favourite Vets side.

Winners of their last 6 games, The Vets earned a playoff spot as the hottest team in the league but were quickly cooled off by the Wheats who managed to record an astonishing 4-0 lead after one period of action. From there, the Wheats were led by offensive stars Joey Brandone and Nick Pereira as they guided their squad to a 10-3 victory recording 3 goals each including a 7 point performance individually.  

The Mini Wheats look like they have found their identity as playoff performers and will be hoping to continue this solid performance in the final against a very confident PIAS St. Leonard side who are looking to defend their QHL championship title

QHL Power Ranking (Week 10)

The QHL Power Rankings will be a team by team ranking judged only on a week to week basis mainly on current team form and performance. The Power Rankings will not reflect on actual QHL standings. For QHL teams, this feature can be used as a method for teams to follow each other and “scout” their current league form.  

1)      The Vets: Despite having a bye week during the last week of the QHL season, The Vets finished in the top two of the QHL standings and clinched a birth directly into the semi-finals.  The Vets are by far the hottest team in the league and are odds on favourites to win the QHL Recreational Division championship.  

 

Last Game: Bye
Next Game: Bye to Semi-Final
Last Five Games: W-W-W-W-W
Last Week’s Rank: 1

League Position: 2

 

2)      Arctic Wolves: For the 2nd consecutive week, the Wolves remain in 2nd spot in this week QHL Power Rankings as they recorded their 3rd consecutive victory and are entering the playoffs in fine form. If General Manager, Mike Zampino could maintain this winning mentality and continue to have his Wolves perform at this level, QHL experts have no doubt the Wolves can strive for a deep playoff run.

Last Game: Win 5-3 vs Mini Wheats
Next Game: Quarter Final vs PIAS St.Leonard
Last Five Games: W -L-W-W-W
Last Week’s Rank: 2
League Position: 3

 

3)      Flyers: The Flyers are getting hot at the right time as they clinched a playoffs spot with a very impressive victory over league leaders Quattro. Winners of 3 straight, confidence is very high for this Flyers squad, a perfect ingredient for any club entering the playoffs and aiming for a championship.  

Last Game: Win 6-5 vs Quattro
Next Game: Quarter Final vs Mini Wheats
Last Five Games: W-L-W-W-W
Last Week’s Rank: 4
League Position: 5

 

 

4)      Quattro: Quattro are entering the QHL playoffs on top of the Recreational Standings however there are concerns coming out of the Quattro camp. Defensively, Quattro have been nothing but a basket of errors and have left their goaltender out to dry on many occasions. Quattro need to take advantage of their playoff bye and re-group defensively if they intend to contend for the QHL championship.   

 

Last Game: Win 9-5 vs Blue Penguins
Next Game: Bye to Semi-Final
Last Five Games: L-W-L-L-W
Last Week’s Rank: 3
League Position: 1

 

 

5)      PIAS St.Leonard: Over the last few weeks, PIAS St-Leonard have shown a lot of character and determination in a late season push for the QHL playoffs. The hard work paid off as they played a perfect game against the Blue Penguins and had some help along the way from the hockey gods. Next task; defending their 2012 QHL Championship title!

Last Game: Win 4-1 vs Blue Penguins
Next Game: Quarter Final vs Arctic Wolves
Last Five Games: L-W-W-L-W

Last Week’s Rank: 6
League Position: 6

 

 

6)      Mini Wheats: The Mini Wheats slip down the QHL Power Rankings yet again as they fail to impress and surrender their 4th consecutive loss. The Wheats need to find secondary offense and tighten up defensively if they plan on playing past the Quarter Finals of the QHL playoffs.

 

Last Game: Loss 4-2 vs Flyers
Next Game: Quater Final vs Flyers
Last Five Games: W-L-L-L-L
Last Week’s Rank: 5
League Position: 4

 

 

 

7)      Blue Penguins: The Blue Penguins concluded week 10 of the QHL season with two games to be played which meant two opportunities to collect a win and clinch a playoff spot. The two games resulted in two losses as they ended the 2013 campaign on a 5 game losing streak and confirmed their exclusion from post-season action.

 

Last Game: Loss 9-5 vs Quattro
Next Game: Did Not Make Playoffs
Last Five Games: L-L-L-L-L
Last Week’s Rank: 7
League Position: 7

Quattro Eliminate Pens; Clinch 1st Place

In a must win situation for the Blue Penguins, the Pens came out empty handed as they were eliminated from post-season action losing 9-5 to Quattro. With the win over the Penguins, Quattro clinches top spot in the Recreational Division and guarantees them a bye into the semi-final along with The Vets. The Penguins defeat also allows PIAS St-Leonard to clinch the 6th and final playoff spot in the division and gives PIAS the opportunity to defend their 2012 QHL championship title.  

Wolves Brunch off Wheats!

In a battle between two clubs ridding streaks in opposite directions, the Arctic Wolves extend their winning streak to 3 games and beat the Mini Wheats by a score of 5-3. The Wolves relied on offensive juggernauts Danilo Codutti and Jonathan Mandracchia who collected 4 points each and have possibly become one of the most lethal duos in the Recreational Division.  With the loss, the Wheats woes continue as they hit a season low 4th straight loss and are entering the playoff picture looking for their old identity.

Flyers Clinch Playoff Spot!

In a game that had playoff positioning at stake, the Flyers managed to collect three points and clinch a playoff spot with a 6-5 win in a thriller. Spoiled with end to end action, the goal fest began early and often as the Flyers were led by the Sforzin brothers who collected 3 points each. The all important 3 points were decided in the last minute of play when Danny D’Angelo of the Flyers capitalized on a Quattro defensive error to assure post season action for the Flyers who are now entering the playoffs as one of the hotter teams in the league.  

QHL Power Rankings (Week 9)

The QHL Power Rankings will be a team by team ranking judged only on a week to week basis mainly on current team form and performance. The Power Rankings will not reflect on actual QHL standings. For QHL teams, this feature can be used as a method for teams to follow each other and “scout” their current league form.  

1)      The Vets: The Vets finish their 2013 QHL campaign in impressive fashion as they end the season on a 7 game winning streak.  Despite the dominant run, it does not guarantee top spot in the Recreational Division standings. Having said that, the impressive form does crown them as champs in this year’s QHL Power Rankings.  

 

Last Game: Win 8-1 vs Blue Penguins
Next Game: Bye
Last Five Games: W-W-W-W-W
Last Week’s Rank: 1

League Position: 1

 

2)      Arctic Wolves: The Arctic Wolves look to be on the right track again and took advantage of two struggling clubs to climb up the Power Rankings and more importantly climb up the QHL Standings. Suddenly, the Arctic Wolves have given themselves a chance to earn themselves a bye in the first round of the QHL Playoffs.

Last Game: Win 5-2 vs Quattro
Next Game: Mini Wheats
Last Five Games: L-W -L-W-W
Last Week’s Rank: 4
League Position: 2

 

 

3)      Quattro: Quattro drop to 3rd in this week’s QHL Rankings. In a week which saw the rest of the division play horribly, they are lucky they did not drop further down the QHL Power Rankings! They are simply not impressive and need to find their 1st half form if they want to contend for a QHL title.  

 

Last Game: Loss 5-2 vs Arctic Wolves
Next Game: Flyers
Last Five Games: W-L-L-W-L
Last Week’s Rank: 2
League Position: 4

 

 

 

 

 

4)      Flyers: Looks like the Flyers finally took the QHL expert’s advice and stayed away from the penalty box. The result? Flyers collected full points this week and gave themselves breathing room in a battle for the last few spots for the QHL Playoffs.  With a win in the last week of the season, the Flyers can clinch a playoff spot.

Last Game: Win 4-2 vs Mini Wheats
Next Game: PIAS St. Leonard
Last Five Games: L-L-W-L-W
Last Week’s Rank: 6
League Position: 5

 

5)      Mini Wheats: The Mini Wheats are losers of three straight and haven’t shown any signs of the team that won five straight earlier this season. Despite the lack of recent success, the Wheats still have a chance at clinching a bye in the playoffs but unfortunately, the Mini Wheats look like they are sinking in milk!

 

Last Game: Loss 4-2 vs Flyers
Next Game: Arctic Wolves
Last Five Games: W-W-L-L-L
Last Week’s Rank: 3
League Position: 3

 

6)      PIAS St.Leonard: PIAS St. Leonard had a .500 week this week as the team continue to hold their heads high and battle for that final playoff spot! PIAS need to collect 3 points against the Blue Penguins next week in order to give themselves any chance in qualifying for the playoffs.   

Last Game: Loss 6-4 vs Arctic Wolves
Next Game: Blue Penguins
Last Five Games: W-L-L-W-L

Last Week’s Rank: 5
League Position: 7

 

 

 

 

 

7)      Blue Penguins: The Blue Penguins have been incredibly awful over the last 3 weeks and despite their lack of success, the Penguins still see themselves battling for the last playoff spot in the division. If they can collect a victory next week against PIAS St.Leonard, they assure themselves a spot in the post-season and eliminate PIAS St.Leonard.  

 

Last Game: Loss 8-1 vs The Vets
Next Game: PIAS St. Leonard
Last Five Games: L-W-L-L-L
Last Week’s Rank: 7
League Position: 6

The Great Wall of Bastone!

Desperate for full points, the Flyers took advantage of a struggling Mini Wheats side to record an important 4-2 victory to help maintain their playoff position. The Flyers shut down the opposition as goaltender Phil Gouveia made numerous clutch saves and relied on defensive specialist Pat Bastone, who made key defensive plays throughout the game. The Flyers need Bastone to continue his supurbe defensive play if they wish to clinch a playoff spot and cause any upset in the playoffs.   

Wolves Win Thriller!

In what was one of the most intense games of the season, the Arctic Wolves may have solidified a playoff spot with an exciting 6-4 win over surging PIAS St. Leonard. Starting from the initial face-off, this game had a playoff atmosphere as both teams upped the intensity and physically as the season slowly comes to a conclusion. Despite the loss, PIAS still hold on to the final playoff spot in the Recreational Division but must hope for favorable results in order to have any chance at defending their championship.   

PIAS Want Playoffs!

In one of the most important games of the season, playoff spots were in jeopardy as PIAS St. Leonard picked up a crucial 6-4 victory over the Flyers. PIAS were lead by Luigi Albanese and Mike De Luca who collected 4 points each and helps put PIAS ahead of the Flyers and into a temporary playoff spot.  

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