Sadly, the stormy weather Saturday resulted in the cancellation of all Quinte Red Devil games on Nov. 19th. Several teams still hit the ice for practice, collecting for Gleaners Food Bank and attending the Belleville Senators Hockey Fights Cancer game at CAA that evening.
A look ahead at this week’s scheduled games in the Ontario Junior Hockey League (junior A), Provincial Junior Hockey League (junior C), Eastern Ontario Super Hockey League (senior A), Ontario Minor Hockey Association Eastern AAA League.
All eight teams will be in action at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre as they face off against their respective Peterborough Petes AAA counterparts.
With a 3-2 win in double overtime Friday night against the Collingwood Blues, the Dukes are now 14-5-2-0 on the season. The Jr. Canadiens (19-3-1-0) lead the OJHL with 39 points and are the No. 4 ranked team nationally in the Canadian Junior Hockey League.
The Ontario Junior Hockey League’s best rivalry is going to honour the Hastings Prince Edward Regiment. The 3rd Annual Hasty Ps Cup will begin Friday October 21st, when the Wellington Dukes host the Trenton Golden Hawks at Lehigh Arena in The County.
For more than a century, Belleville’s best times have been at the rink. From the Arnott Rink on Turnbull Street to the Memorial in Market Square and the Yardmen on Cannifton, we have cheered our local hockey heroes…together.
Stick length can have a major impact on a player’s game. A stick that is not the correct length affects both the hockey stick, and player’s performance.
The Quinte Red Devils AAA Hockey Club is one of the top in the province at the triple-A level. It’s a testament to the strength of minor hockey in the region and the development of players who are willing to put in the time and effort required to play in the Ontario Minor Hockey Association’s Eastern Triple-A loop.
Prince Edward County Minor Hockey is about communities coming together. Local arenas are the meeting place.
While the start of another season certainly brings a heightened level of excitement, Belleville Jr. Bulls president Jill Bain says minor hockey really is enjoyable all the time.