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Strasser & Lang PW Queens Tie Westfort Rangers Peewee AA

01/18/2020, 7:30pm EST
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Saturday, January 18, 2020

Strasser & Lang PW Queens Tie Westfort Rangers Peewee AA

THUNDER BAY, ON — Saturday morning, the Bantam A Queens suited up to play the KC Sabres Peewee AA but had a rough go at it. The Sabres exploded in the first period with four goals (from Nico Simeoni, Evan Simeoni, Reggie Taylor and Luca Jedruch). No goals in the second but Matthew Smelow and another from Jedruch rounded out the 6-0 shutout by the Sabres. 

In their afternoon game, the Bantam As took on the Elks 82s, facing a similar outburst as the Elks notched 3 goals in the first (Rashaad Eichenberg, Carter Campbell, and Olivia Brassard) and five more in the second (Theodore McMillan, Gavin Holowanky twice, Owen Bodnar, and Matthew Kim) as the Elks 82s beat the Queens 8-0, giving them a round-robin record of 0-3-1. 

Meanwhile, the Strasser & Lang Peewee Queens played their fourth round robin game against the Westfort Rangers. The Rangers scored twice in the first on goals from Tallon Thorsteinson and Bruce Bouchard but the Queens responded with two of their own in the second. Beth Gagnon setup Karlyn Maguire-Stein to get their team on the board and then Edelweiss Price would tie it up after a beauty feed from Kingston Golding. 2-2 after two. 

In the third, Brynn Hannula continued her offensive ways, getting on the scoresheet with the go-ahead goal. 3-2 Queens. Under two minutes later, however, the Rangers would tie it back up on a goal from Ethan Hamilton. The Queens would need to kill three minor penalties in the final period to hang onto the 3-3 tie, earning them a round-robin record of 0-2-2. 

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association

Queens vs Queens at Robins Tournament

01/17/2020, 8:00pm EST
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Friday, January 17, 2020

Queens vs Queens at Robins Tournament

THUNDER BAY, ON — The Strasser & Lang Peewee Queens and Bantam A Queens are both partaking in the Robin’s Tournament this weekend, both competing in the Peewee AA division. 

The Peewees got a Thursday start versus the Current River Comets. Both sides scored an early goal as Kade Hockenhull scored for the Comets and Brynn Hannula tied it up just 1:08 later. Easton Taylor would put Current River up 2-1 for the period. In the second, Current River notched 3 goals as Taylor scored again, Evan Wesley and Austin Yoller also scored. In the third period, the Queens managed another goal as Hannula setup Kingston Golding who’d snipe but the Peewees ultimately dropped the game 5-2. Brynn Hannula was awarded Game MVP. Friday morning, the Queens took on the Elks 82s. After no goals in the first period, the Elks’ Tyler Rose opened the scoring which the Queens almost immediately got back with Beth Gagnon capitalizing on a play setup by Annie Mallon. The Elks would take the lead back almost immediately though on a goal from Gavin Holowanky and then another from Tyler Rose to make it 3-1 after two for the Elks. In the third, Nathan Hoogsteen and Nate Girvin’s markers increased the Elks lead to 5-1. Brynn Hannula would assist on a Kingston Goulding goal as the Queens lost a second game by a 5-2 score. Game MVP went to Beth Gagnon

Meanwhile, the Bantam As began their Robins Tournament with a game against the Westfort Rangers. Paige Fucile scored first to give the Queens a lead but it was quickly erased on goals from Anthony Sgambelluri and Lucas Garatti. Garatti scored again for the Rangers along with Ben Keeler to make it 4-1 Rangers. Fucile looked to get her team back into it starting a play Victoria Posselwhite who’d setup Grace Fitzpatrick for the goal to cut the lead to two but it’d be as close as they’d come as the 4-2 lead held through the third. Paige Fucile was given Game MVP honours for her team. 

Next up for both teams was a Friday evening start against each other! The Peewee Queens versus the Bantam A Queens - both looking for their first win of the tournament. The Bantam As drew first blood as Paige Fucile and Grace Fitzpatrick worked the puck to Taylor MacLean who’d bury the biscuit. 1-0 Bantam A Queens. Before the period would expire however, Kingston Golding notched her 3rd goal in as many games with 14 seconds left in the first. The second period would see no more goals. A penalty-free affair up to this point, the Bantam As found themselves having to kill off 6 minutes of calls. The Peewees nearly went without drawing the officials ire but took a penalty with 2:02 remaining to put the Bantam As on the powerplay to end the game but they also managed to kill it off, skating to a 1-1 draw. For the Strasser & Lang Peewee Queens, they named Emma Darosa as their Game MVP while the Bantam A Queens chose goalie Lily Lingner to give top honours to as Game MVP. 

Tomorrow, the Peewee Queens will take on the Westfort Rangers Peewee AA at 5:45pm in their sole game. The Bantam As will get up early for a 9:00am start against KC and then battle the Elks 82s at 4:30pm. 

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association

Strasser & Lang Queens Earn Impressive Silver at Super Chill

12/08/2019, 9:45pm EST
By Queens Communications

THUNDER BAY QUEENS HOCKEY

Media Release: Sunday, December 8, 2019

Strasser & Lang Queens Earn Impressive Silver at Super Chill

BLAINE, MN — On Championship Sunday, the Strasser & Lang Peewee Queens got up bright and early for a semi final matchup against Chaska/Chanhassen. 

The Peewee Queens, not having allowed a goal through 3 games, kept that perfect record intact through 2 periods as Sophia Delorme fought off all scoring chances against. The Queens would finally capitalize on a powerplay in the third when Annie Mallon worked the puck to Keira Stokaluk who’d setup Kingston Golding for the 1-0 goal. Golding and Stokaluk showed up on the scoresheet a few minutes later, drawing assists on a Mya Steele goal. The 2-goal lead was more than enough as the Queens skated to their 4th consecutive shutout, earning a spot in the Championship final. 

In the gold medal game, the Queens took on Osseo-Maple Grove (OMG). Late in the first, the shutout streak would finally be broken as OMG scored and took a 1-0 lead. In the second, Brynn Hannula would tie the game for her side. 1-1 after two. In the third period OMG would take a 2-1 lead, the Queens couldn’t find an answer goal as they’d lose 2-1. 

The Strasser & Lang Queens took home 2nd place after a very impressive performance going 4-1 and outscoring opponents 13-2 on a weekend highlighted by goalies Allie Attema and Sophia Delorme both earning a couple shoutouts each. 

Thunder Bay Queens are a member of Thunder Bay Women’s Hockey Association