Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Cameron and Allen Light It Up In AJHL Game 7

Just a quick note to share as an addendum to the future Seawolves post below.  The Spruce Grove Saints won the game 7 AJHL championship tonight by the score of 6-0 on the strength of a combined 5 goals from Brett Cameron and Scott Allen

Brett scored the game winner just 37 seconds into the match.  He followed that 1st goal up with 3 more on the night at 17:12 of the 1st then 6:56 and 10:14 of the third before Scott Allen rounded out the scoring at 18:42.

Congrats to those future Seawolves.  They move on to face the Vernon Vipers in the Doyle Cup where the winner advances to the RBC tournament to decide the Jr. A champion of Canada.

Very impressive production Brett!  I'm officially now more excited to see him in the "Green and Gold" this coming fall.  Wes McLeod picked up 2 assists on the 2nd and 4th goals tonight after being named the "Away" Star in the 4-2 game six loss to Fort McMurray; he opened the scoring with Spruce Grove's first goal.

11 comments:

Suze said...

Wow! Thanks again for keeping up with all this, and for sharing the great news with us.

Anonymous said...

Wes had two assists, just to clarify. Goal secondary assists on goal 2 and 4

Donald Dunlop said...

Anon:
Thanks. I made the correction. Curiste ... sometimes I'm blind.

Anonymous said...

Just an early idea put Cameron with Spencer I just looked up their midget stats from 2007 in the ALberta Midget League Cameron 36 games 21 goals 30 assists third in the league Spencer 35 games 18 goals 25 assists 11th in the league. They were linemates for most of the year. Hopefully can have good chemistry again.

Anonymous said...

Excellent idea.

Anonymous said...

New recruit coming in from Fairbanks (NAHL).

Anonymous said...

Kirchheval, he's 5' 10". Shy must have liked what he saw in the playoff games in Wasilla.

A Seawolves Fanatic said...

Justin Kircheval, 5-10 185

http://fairbanksid.stats.pointstreak.com/playerpage.html?playerid=2238353&seasonid=4578

And, that makes 3 of 7 incoming skaters under 5'10.

Next year 4 of 6 are under 6'.

Let's see if this new strategy will give better results for our team.

Has anybody really watched him and how he plays?

Suze said...

http://www.newsminer.com/view/full_story/7011246/article-Fairbanks-Ice-Dogs-host-potential-NAHL-playoff-series-clincher?instance=home_sports_bullets

Anonymous said...

Nice to see how well Brett and Wes compliment each other. Maybe they will be on the same lines at UAA too?

Anonymous said...

Isn't Wes a D man?

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