Novice B Lions sweep weekend games


The South Dundas “Parcoll Auto Parts” Novice B Lions continued their hot streak adding two more victories to their win column. 

The Lions finished the first half of their schedule with a record of 6-2-4 and were looking to improve their standings coming into the weekend games.

On Saturday, during Lions Day, the Lions faced-off against the North Dundas Demons and defeated them 7-1. 

Offensively for the Lion’s Nolan Henry and Kayne McCadden both scored hat-tricks, while line mate Kolby Latulippe added a single.

The Lions scored early and often, building a 4-0 lead at the end of the first period. 

Kayne McCadden scored at 8:33 on a breakaway pass from Nolan Henry with Trent Rae picking up the secondary assist.

McCadden scored five minutes later on a shot from the slot after getting another pass from Henry off the left wing boards. 

A minute later, while shorthanded, McCadden got a breakaway pass from Trent Rae toachieve the ‘natural hat-trick’.

Nolan Henry then picked up the scoring stick to net one while playing 4-4. Henry broke into the Demons end and shot a puck on the ice just inside the right corner of the net. 

Kolby Latulippe would net one for himself jumping on a McCadden rebound for a 5-0 Lions lead.

Joshua Foley responded for the Demons on a shot from the blue line which beat Lion’s goaltender Brendan Shaver on a shot from the blue line. 

Henry responded for the Lions when he picked up a loose puck in front of the net and shot it home for his second of the game.

In the third period, Henry finished off the scoring. He completing his hat trick when he caught a pass from Emytt Fetterly at centre ice and deked out both Demon defenders before depositing the puck in the top corner of their net.

Sunday, the Lions hosted the Smith Falls #2 Bears and defeated them 5-3. 

The Lion’s again scored early as Joshua Broad banged home a pass from Ben Lapier from the front of the net. 

Owen Fetterly had dug the puck out along the right wing board getting it to Lapier who made the nice centering pass.

A few minutes later the Lions grabbed a 2-0 lead when Kayne McCadden made a lead pass to Kolby Latulippe. The puck deflected back to McCadden who broke in to beat the Bears defender and goalie. 

Before the period ended the Bears tied it 2-2 on a pair of goals by Owen Watson.

Opening the second period, McCadden won the face-off forward. He chased it down to break in on the Bears goalie alone and beat him to give the Lions the lead again, this time for good. 

The Bears had some chances but were cut off many times by the Lions’ defenders. 

Spencer Barclay and Cassidy Bilmer continued their strong play, cutting down would-be attackers as they crossed the blue line. 

Bilmer played a big role on defense moving the puck well out of the Lions end and keeping the puck in at the offensive line.

Ben Lapier scored late in the second period, and Owen Fetterly scored in the third. Joshua Broad and Lapier picked up assists on the Fetterly goal.

The South Dundas “Parcoll Auto Parts” Novice B Lions next home game is Sunday, December 18th at 1 p.m. versus the Kemptville #1 Panthers.

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