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Busy days of playoff action for Char-Lan minor hockey teams

sean Mar 24, 2018 - 11:51am

Here's an update on home playoff games for Char-Lan minor hockey teams. Unless otherwise noted, matches are played in Williamstown, at the Char-Lan Rec. Centre.

Today (March 24):

  • Peewee Rep at 12pm
  • Bantam B House at 6pm

Monday (March 26):

  • Novice rep 6pm
  • Peewee Rep 7pm
  • Midget Rep 830pm

Tuesday (March 27):

  • Novice C House 6pm
  • Atom Rep 7pm
  • Midget House 8pm
  • Midget Rep 930pm

Tuesday (March 27) in Maxville due to ice availability constraints:

  • Novice rep in Maxville at 6pm

Alexandria's peewee C hockey team in championship series

sean Mar 19, 2018 - 3:10pm

The Alexandria peewee 'C' Glens have qualified for the league championship series, which is scheduled to open March 20, at 7:30 p.m., in Alexandria.

Game two is booked for 7 p.m. in Long Sault, with the third tilt back in Alexandria the next day, starting bright and early at 9:30 a.m.

If needed, a fourth contest will be played March in Long Sault, at 1 p.m. Game five is TBD.

The Glens are playing the South Stormont Selects for the LSLMHL title.

Alexandria atom B Glens look destined to compete in finals

sean Mar 7, 2017 - 3:34pm

The Alexandria atom B Glens are on their way to the championship finals. The Glens secured a spot after defeating South Stormont 1 with a 5-3 effort on Saturday at Billy Gebbie Arena. 

The win gives Alexandria three victories in the playoff round-robin, more than any other team in the Lower St. Lawrence Minor Hockey League. This assures the Glens of at least second place, because they would have more wins than Akwesasne in case the Wolves also get to six points. The Char-Lan Rebels are also in the driver’s seat, with two wins in two games. The Rebels could clinch the other spot by beating last place North Glengarry-Stormont on Wednesday.

The Glens close out their round-robin actiion at 6 p.m. on Wednesday against the Cornwall Colts 2, in Cornwall. 

Atom B Glens proving to be strong contenders

sean Feb 28, 2017 - 11:10am

Defence wins championships, and the Alexandria atom 'B' Glens are on their way to proving that true. 

The Glens pounced out of the regular season to win their first two playoff games over the weekend, allowing only one goal. Hopes got higher Sunday that the Glens could qualify for the finals, after edging the Lower St. Lawrence Minor Hockey League regular-season champs, South Stormont 2, with a gutsy 2-1 performance. It was only the Selects’ third loss of the year, not including tournament play.

Adding Alexandria’s 5-0 shutout Saturday over North Glengarry-Stormont, the Glens are now 2-0 with two contests remaining.

Against South Stormont, call-up Donnie McDougald got the all-important first goal, unassisted, less than one minute into the match, played at Long Sault Arena. Brandon Borris then scored the eventual game-winner on a pass from Macauley Blaine.

The Glens’ defence continued to frustrate the South Stormont attack, leading to a scoreless second period.

South Stormont managed to finally get one past hot Glens goalie Grayson Andre-McNeil to make it 2-1. But Alexandria re-grouped and hustled after the Selects to preserve the crucial win.

Against Maxville, Glens captain Samuel Dupuis led his line of Borris and Blaine to a combined 11 points for an opening playoff victory. Dupuis had a hat trick and one assist, while Blaine had one goal and two assists, and Borris counted three assists. William Jeaurond had the Glens’ third goal, unassisted. 

Andre-McNeil was sharp when called upon, which wasn’t often thanks to is stingy D-core.

The Glens’ third round-robin playoff game will be played at the Billy Gebbie Arena, at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, against South Stormont 1, followed by their final match, 6 p.m. Wednesday against Cornwall Colts 2 at Cornwall's multi-sport complex.

atom hockey action
Left, Alexandria Glens Macauley Blaine and Samuel Dupuis celebrate a second-period goal during the Glens' 5-0 win over NGS Braves in atom B round-robin action Saturday at Billy Gebbie Arena. (submitted photo)