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Macedonian Sun captures 2nd title in three years with win over Italians. Test Action of new banner added. Championship day in the three divisions of the CMHL tourney at Chesswood Arena Involved a pair of shutouts wins, along with a playoff final that was two game in one. The score was not indicative of how competitive this game was for nearly two periods, as Arashi netminder Naomi Katsumi made 20 consecutive saves including a few of the outstanding variety. However two Sun goals in the last minute of the second period by forwards Emily Popelar off a rebound scramble and Missy Kennedy’s 32 foot slap shot off Katsumi’s shoulder, broke the game wide open in the third period. Popelar’s second goal off a turnover roofed top corner, forward Jordanna Peroff’s goal and an unassisted goal from forward Natalie Babony closed the scoring.

Netminder Victoria Saunders stopped 21 shots for the shutout. CMHL female players in the tournament. I told our players to keep the pressure on, be confident and that we would eventually score. Misketis acknowledged the leadership and playing contributions of Sun co captains Shannon Misketis and Diana Cholakov that led to the team championship. I’ve coached girls hockey the past 10-12 years, so I gotten know the skills set of many players that have competed for us, since the beginning of our team’s involvement in the CMHL tourney. When we get together at the CMHL it’s like family, and pick up where we left off the previous year.

Heritage Division: To paraphrase author Charles Dickens, it was a tale of two games in the one game playoff final between Russian Kremlins and Filipino Islanders. Despite the shots being 12-12 in the first period it was Kremlins who set the tone with three goals. Forward Valeri Borschevsky opened the scoring from 18 ft. Islanders defence, cut in across near the top of the goal crease and tucked the puck in the lower left corner. Borschevsky’s second goal was set up by centre and team captain Evgeniy Feldman and defenceman Max Zubrik. Whatever Islanders discussed in the intermission certainly worked on the ice, outshooting Kremlins 18-9  in the second period and tying the game.

Kremlins goaltender Evgeny Luchko’s goal crease, for the easy tap in goal. Defenceman Sean Featherstone scored on the power play and forward Adam Ferrer’s goal tied the game. After killing off a penalty that started near the end of the second period, Kremlins became more confident and took the game to the Islanders in the third. Lavrenov came down the wing and passed to Forward Yuri Nagaev, who buried the shot to break the tie. 6-3 providing Kremlins with consecutive Division titles. Canada and especially by Russian immigrants.

We want to give back to our community and playing hockey and being champion in a tournament like this is great. We thank the CMHL for a great tournament, and we look forward to our kids taking our spots in the roster in the next couple years. Israeli Stars of David’s  6-0 victory over Japanese Arashi was basically decided in the game’s first minute where Arashi was penalized. 14 feet into the open left side of the Arashi net at the 48 second mark.