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Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Pan American Hockey President Visits Bermuda

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President of the Pan American Hockey Federation Alberto Budeisky made a quick visit to Bermuda recently.

The President spent time in talks with the new President of Bermuda Hockey Federation Melanie Fulleraton.

The pair then held talks with the Bermuda Olympic Association's President Judy Simons and Secretary General Stanley Douglas.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up

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The PCC Hockey Rink came alive yet again as a total of 19 goals were scored during a Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Triple Header.

Sweden 4 Canada 5

In the opener Sweden were edged 5 - 4 by Canada, but they needed a shootout to do so. Sweden got single goals from Greg Van Der Made, Matthew Benson, Derek Winch and Mathieu Desjardins during regulation, while Canada got single goals from Shawn McKee, Adam Mattatall, Ryan Wilson and Jeremy Estey. In the shootout a Pete Brodsky strike proved to be enough for Canada.

Sweden 2 USA 3

Game two saw the Sweden lose another heartbreaker going down 3-2 to USA. USA were led to victory with James Amaral, Derek Farmer and Andrew Curnow all scoring a goal each, Sweden got a goal each from Christopher Jackson and Matthew Benson.

Canada 5 USA 0

In the final match of the night Jeremy Estey scored a hattrick to lead Canada to a 5 - 0 win over USA. Canada also got goals from Pete Brodsky and Ryan Wilson.
Friday, July 07, 2017
Bermuda's CAC Games Qualifiers Opponents Announced
The Pan American Hockey Federation have announced the Women’s Qualifiers for the Central American and Caribbean Games 2018.

The Qualifiers will be held in Kingston, Jamaica November 5th – 12th, 2017.

The teams to compete include Bermuda, Guatemala, Guyana, Jamaica, Panama and Puerto Rico.
Tuesday, July 04, 2017
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up

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A total of 23 goals were scored during a Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Triple Header at the PCC Hockey Rink.

Sweden 5 USA 4

In the opener Sweden edged USA 5 - 4, but they needed a shootout to do so. Sweden got two goals each from Matthew Benson and Mathieu Desjardins during regulation, while USA got two goals from Josh Bush and single strikes from Andrew Curnow and Ian Beaudoin. In the shootout a David Provost strike proved to be enough for Sweden.

Canada 5 USA 4

Game two saw the USA lose another heartbreaker going down 5-4 to Canada. Jeremy Estey led Canada to victory with a hat-trick, while Adam Mattatall and Ryan Wilson added a goal each, the USA got two goals from Andrew Curnow, while Derek Farmer and Brian White added a goal each.

Canada 5 Sweden 0

In the final match of the night Ryan Wilson scored twice to lead Canada to a 5 - 0 win over Sweden. Canada also got goals from Matt Katzsch, Bill Calko and Jeremy Estey.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey Round Up

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Bermuda Inline Ball Hockey season resumed with a Triple Header that produced 31 goals.

USA 2 Canada 3

In the opener Canada defeated USA 3-2, but they needed a shootout to do so. During regulation time Matt Katzsch and Jeremy Estey scored a goal each for Canada, while the USA got a goal apiece from James Amaral and Ian Beaudoin, in the shootout Shawn Mckee would get the all important goal for Canada to win.

Sweden 11 USA 5

Christopher Jackson led the charge for Sweden as they defeated the USA 11 - 5, Derek Winch added a hat-trick, with David Provost added two goals and then Matthew Benson and Baby Jackson also got on the scoreboard for Sweden. Jeffrey Ingelman scored a hat-trick for USA, with Derek Farmer added the other two.

Sweden 9 Canada 1

Sweden’s goalscoring feats continued as they picked up a 9 - 1 win over Canada in the nightcap. Matthew Benson scored 5 times for the winners, with Baby Jackson scoring twice, Christopher Jackson and David Provost scored a goal each. Canada’s lone strike came off the stick of Ryan Wilson.
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