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Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Bermuda Ball Hockey Double Header

Muskegon Lumberjacks - Red Army Action
Sixteen goals were scored in a Bermuda Ball Hockey Double-Header at the PCC Hockey Rink as League play resumed.

Muskegon Lumberjacks 7 Red Army 5

The Muskegon Lumberjacks defeated the Red Army 7 – 5 in this see-saw battle that saw them score 4 goals in the Third Period to secure the win.

Craig Macneil scored twice in the First Period for the Muskegon Lumberjacks, while Christopher Merritt scored a goal for the Red Army as the Muskegon Lumberjacks held a 2 – 1 lead after one.

The Red Army would out score the Muskegon Lumberjacks 3 – 1 in the Second Period to take a 4 – 3 lead. Merritt, would add his second, Christopher Jackson and Hart Freedman added the others, while Brandon Willett scored the lone gal in the period for the Muskegon Lumberjacks.

In the Final Period the Muskegon Lumberjacks got 2 goals from Willett to complete his hat-trick, while Alex Ostrov also added 2 goals, while Jackson scored his second goal for the Red Army.

Allen Americans 3 Manitoba Moose 1

In the nightcap the Allen Americans defeated the Manitoba Moose 3 – 1.

The Allen Americans got 2 goals from Ronnie Dzurus, while Ian Beaudoin added the other, the lone Manitoba Moose goal came off the stick of Greg Van Der Made.

Sunday, February 16, 2020
Bermuda Field Hockey Double-Header Round Up

The Bermuda Field Hockey League season resumed at the National Sports Center with a double-header that produced 9 goals.

Pink Robins 0 Griffins 0

In the opening match of the day the Pink Robins and Griffins played to a scoreless draw.

Sandpipers 1 Dragons 8

In the second match the Dragons defeated the Sandpipers 8 – 1, the Dragons got two goals off the stick of Ruppert Cuddon Large, while Tyler Smith, Emily Simpson, Sebastian Van De Berg, Liz Duncan, Lauren Cardwell and Tim Davies all added a goal each, while Dominique Brown scored the lone goal for the Sandpipers.

Thursday, February 13, 2020
Bermuda Ball Hockey Stats & Standings

The 2019/20 Bermuda Ball Hockey League season has resume at the PCC Hockey Rink, www.islandstats.com takes a look at the Current Stats and Standings.

The Lone Star Brahmas are the League Leaders with 35 points, while the San Francisco Spiders are in second and have 30 points, the Red Army is currently are in 3rd place with 28 points.

Jeremy Estey from the Muskegon Lumberjacks leads the League in Points with 490, he is also the League leading goalscorer with 23 goals, Christopher Merritt from the Red Army has 36 points and is in second place. Robbie Bailey from the Milwaukee Admirals and Ross Rufiange from the Milwaukee Admirals are tied third with 34 points.

With a 2.92% Goal Against, Derek Farmer from the Manitoba Moose leads the Goal Keeping Department, Yen Leclerc is in second with 3.11% Average representing the Muskegon Lumberjacks. Derrick Holmes from the Milwaukee Admirals is in third with a 3.19% Average.

Bermuda Ball Hockey Division Standings

35 Lone Star Brahmas

30 San Francisco Spiders
28 Red Army
27 Muskegon Lumberjacks
26 Milwaukee Admirals
21 Quad City Mallards
19 Allen Americans
12 Manitoba Moose

Bermuda Ball Hockey Points Leaders

49 Jeremy Estey - Muskegon Lumberjacks

36 Christopher Merritt - Red Army
34 Robbie Bailey - Milwaukee Admirals
34 Ross Rufiange - Milwaukee Admirals
32 Brandon Willett - Muskegon Lumberjacks
31 Matthew Benson - Lone Star Brahmas
28 Jon Talbot - Lone Star Brahmas

Bermuda Ball Hockey Leading Goalscorers

23 Jeremy Estey - Muskegon Lumberjacks

20 Christopher Merritt - Red Army
20 Robbie Bailey - Milwaukee Admirals
20 Brandon Willett - Muskegon Lumberjacks
19 Ross Rufiange - Milwaukee Admirals
16 Ryan Marshall - Quad City Mallards

Bermuda Ball Hockey Leading Assist

22 Jeremy Estey - Muskegon Lumberjacks

16 Jon Talbot – Lone Star Brahmas
15 Christopher Jackson – Red Army
15 Christopher Merritt – Red Army
14 Matthew Benson - Lone Star Brahmas

Bermuda Ball Hockey Goalkeeper Leaders

2.92 Derek Farmer - Manitoba Moose

3.11 Yan Leclerc - Muskegon Lumberjacks
3.19 Derrick Holmes - Milwaukee Admirals
3.57 Scott Steele - Lone Star Brahmas
3.67 Yves Paul - Allen Americans
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Bermuda Ball Hockey Double Header

The Bermuda Ball Hockey League Season continued with a double-header at the PCC Hockey Rink. The two matches on the evening produced 18 goals.

Manitoba Moose 3 Milwaukee Admirals 5

In the opener the Milwaukee Admirals defeated the Manitoba Moose 5 – 3.

Neither team scored in the First Period, before Greg Van Der Made gave the Manitoba Moose the lead, but Ross Rufiange scored twice to close out the Second Period for the Milwaukee Admirals to hold a 2 – 1 lead.

The Third period saw a total of 5 goals scored, the Milwaukee Admirals went up 3 – 1 when Curran Trenouth opened the scoring in the Period, but the Manitoba Moose was back within one when Ed Sweeney found the back of the net. Darren Maksymetz would restore the Milwaukee Admirals 2 goals lead when he scored, and then Rufiange completed his hat-trick to extend the Milwaukee Admiral lead to 5 – 2, but the Manitoba Moose was able to score again this time getting a goal off the stick of Andrew Bonner.

Allen Americans 6 Muskegon Lumberjacks 4

The nightcap saw 10 goals between the two teams with the Allen Americans defeating the Muskegon Lumberjacks 6 – 4.

Brian White led the Allen Americans with 2 goals, while Jacob Fenske, Ronnie Dzurus, Ian Beaudoin and Mark Waddington all added a goal each.

Alex Ostrov scored a hat-trick to lead the Muskegon Lumberjacks, with Jeremy Estey adding the other goal.
Monday, February 10, 2020
Ahrens Officially Takes Hockey Federation Post

Ahrens & De Silva
Bermuda Hockey Federation (BHF) President Keith De Silva officially introduced Mathias Ahrens as the BHF’s new Head Coach and Development Officer.

It is hoped that Ahrens appointment will not only continue to enhance our existing Field Hockey programs but also help develop new and exciting programs.

Ahrens gained his degree from the German Olympic Sport Federation at the Coaching Academy Cologne and from the Canadian National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP). Mathias holds Chartered Professional Coach certification; coaching teams for the Youth Olympic Qualifiers as well as the Olympic Qualifiers.

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