Kitimat Ice Demons defeat Quesnel 4-0.

Kitimat Ice Demons defeat Quesnel 4-0.

Joined: January 25th, 2005, 2:48 pm

March 15th, 2012, 7:48 am #1

The Ice Demons won their second game of the Coy Cup with a rough, but impressive 4-0 win over the Quesnel Kangaroos -- highlighted by Jamie Moran's second shut out in a row, and a three-goal performance by Nick Markowsky. The first hat-trick of the Coy Cup 2012, was accompanied by a second goal for Blaine Markwart in the third period, again to cement the win.

This was Demons best game since January and showed that the defending champions will remain a force in the Coy Cup despite a less than glittering season.

Markowski scored twice in the second period, at 3.55 (Jeremy Brady, Jeff Baker) and at 10.28 from Jeff Mildenberger, who dangled in the Quesnel defensive zone, while the remainder of the line changed. Markowsky, coming on ice blasted a low shot past Quesnel starter Ryan Manderson.

Markowski hit the sheet again at 4.58 of the third, assisted by Ian Coleman and Dave Venman and Markwart finished the scoring three minutes later, blasting home a side pass from Terry Whelan, after Brent Mailloux, who earned an assist also, had put the puck off the post.

For the remainder of the game, as it had been throughout, Quesnel showed their 600 plus minutes in penalties in the regular CIHL season were fully earned...looking tired and out-skated as they took eight minors in the game and then distinguished themselves by taking a major for charging the goaltender and two game misconducts which will shorten their bench as they face Williams Lake in the final round robin game tomorrow...

Childish and injurious to both themselves and the Demons.

Their starting goaltender, Ryan Manderson was escorted off the ice by first aiders after Dave Dollak flattened him in his own net trying to stop a cross goal Demons shot by Terry Whelan.

Waylon L'Heureux tried to make up for it at the other end by smashing into Jamie Moran, but was quickly ejected. Captain Dan Kirkham got a misconduct as well as Nick Patchett.
It was hard to tell what for as refs and linesmen moved in quickly conferred and got the game over before more mayhem. Sorry, Kangaroos, that stuff won't get the "roos name on a Coy Cup this year.

Demons took four minors and Kyle Boudreault a two and a game for a hit fro behind about ahlf-way through the game that was dominated by the Demons.

Shots in the game were Ice Demons 44 - Kangaroos 26.

The Kangaroos will need to listen to more mature heads before facing the Stampeders and might be able to play some hockey...????
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Joined: September 6th, 2011, 4:39 pm

March 15th, 2012, 8:36 am #2

Pappa I think you need to widen your gaze on the entire game and not just your demons. Hockey is a ruff game and emotions flare. Our team plays with alot of heart and we wear our hearts on our sleves. You can expect another physical affair tomorrow just hopefully it will be a different outcome, the winner Of tomorrow goes on to the semi's. Hopefully your boys can bandaid up your boo boo's and be able to take on the stealheads.
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Joined: September 6th, 2011, 4:39 pm

March 15th, 2012, 8:36 am #3

The Ice Demons won their second game of the Coy Cup with a rough, but impressive 4-0 win over the Quesnel Kangaroos -- highlighted by Jamie Moran's second shut out in a row, and a three-goal performance by Nick Markowsky. The first hat-trick of the Coy Cup 2012, was accompanied by a second goal for Blaine Markwart in the third period, again to cement the win.

This was Demons best game since January and showed that the defending champions will remain a force in the Coy Cup despite a less than glittering season.

Markowski scored twice in the second period, at 3.55 (Jeremy Brady, Jeff Baker) and at 10.28 from Jeff Mildenberger, who dangled in the Quesnel defensive zone, while the remainder of the line changed. Markowsky, coming on ice blasted a low shot past Quesnel starter Ryan Manderson.

Markowski hit the sheet again at 4.58 of the third, assisted by Ian Coleman and Dave Venman and Markwart finished the scoring three minutes later, blasting home a side pass from Terry Whelan, after Brent Mailloux, who earned an assist also, had put the puck off the post.

For the remainder of the game, as it had been throughout, Quesnel showed their 600 plus minutes in penalties in the regular CIHL season were fully earned...looking tired and out-skated as they took eight minors in the game and then distinguished themselves by taking a major for charging the goaltender and two game misconducts which will shorten their bench as they face Williams Lake in the final round robin game tomorrow...

Childish and injurious to both themselves and the Demons.

Their starting goaltender, Ryan Manderson was escorted off the ice by first aiders after Dave Dollak flattened him in his own net trying to stop a cross goal Demons shot by Terry Whelan.

Waylon L'Heureux tried to make up for it at the other end by smashing into Jamie Moran, but was quickly ejected. Captain Dan Kirkham got a misconduct as well as Nick Patchett.
It was hard to tell what for as refs and linesmen moved in quickly conferred and got the game over before more mayhem. Sorry, Kangaroos, that stuff won't get the "roos name on a Coy Cup this year.

Demons took four minors and Kyle Boudreault a two and a game for a hit fro behind about ahlf-way through the game that was dominated by the Demons.

Shots in the game were Ice Demons 44 - Kangaroos 26.

The Kangaroos will need to listen to more mature heads before facing the Stampeders and might be able to play some hockey...????
Pappa I think you need to widen your gaze on the entire game and not just your demons. Hockey is a ruff game and emotions flare. Our team plays with alot of heart and we wear our hearts on our sleves. You can expect another physical affair tomorrow just hopefully it will be a different outcome, the winner Of tomorrow goes on to the semi's. Hopefully your boys can bandaid up your boo boo's and be able to take on the stealheads.
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Joined: October 3rd, 2011, 5:11 pm

March 15th, 2012, 2:26 pm #4

So how's all that physical play working out for the Roos so far??? 2 games and how many goals for....? you been outscored 9 - NOTHING...yep more physical tonight.. good on ya... have a nice bus ride home....drive safe.
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 2:48 pm

March 15th, 2012, 3:43 pm #5

Pappa I think you need to widen your gaze on the entire game and not just your demons. Hockey is a ruff game and emotions flare. Our team plays with alot of heart and we wear our hearts on our sleves. You can expect another physical affair tomorrow just hopefully it will be a different outcome, the winner Of tomorrow goes on to the semi's. Hopefully your boys can bandaid up your boo boo's and be able to take on the stealheads.
I'm part of the organizing committee -- I do all of this 'cos I like it - but sometimes I have to wear my emotions of my sleeve and tell it as I see it... Six hundred PIMS plus in the regular season, 50 plus minutes total last night when the other team gets five minors -- 18 minutes (almost a period) shorthanded against the Steelies... time for either some coach control or some remembrance that everybody goes to work -- this ain't the NHL and you are representing your community at a provincial championship. The proud history that you have to live up to if you wear the jersey is a responsibility also....
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Joined: September 25th, 2008, 4:39 pm

March 15th, 2012, 5:32 pm #6

So how's all that physical play working out for the Roos so far??? 2 games and how many goals for....? you been outscored 9 - NOTHING...yep more physical tonight.. good on ya... have a nice bus ride home....drive safe.
This is a time for listening......, in all my years, Stick-sh*t has never been Physical play,
we call it chicken sh*t,lazy, bush league, you will never see or feel what its like to win.....
or listening ears, Its not to late........
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Joined: September 10th, 2006, 12:22 am

March 15th, 2012, 5:48 pm #7

The Ice Demons won their second game of the Coy Cup with a rough, but impressive 4-0 win over the Quesnel Kangaroos -- highlighted by Jamie Moran's second shut out in a row, and a three-goal performance by Nick Markowsky. The first hat-trick of the Coy Cup 2012, was accompanied by a second goal for Blaine Markwart in the third period, again to cement the win.

This was Demons best game since January and showed that the defending champions will remain a force in the Coy Cup despite a less than glittering season.

Markowski scored twice in the second period, at 3.55 (Jeremy Brady, Jeff Baker) and at 10.28 from Jeff Mildenberger, who dangled in the Quesnel defensive zone, while the remainder of the line changed. Markowsky, coming on ice blasted a low shot past Quesnel starter Ryan Manderson.

Markowski hit the sheet again at 4.58 of the third, assisted by Ian Coleman and Dave Venman and Markwart finished the scoring three minutes later, blasting home a side pass from Terry Whelan, after Brent Mailloux, who earned an assist also, had put the puck off the post.

For the remainder of the game, as it had been throughout, Quesnel showed their 600 plus minutes in penalties in the regular CIHL season were fully earned...looking tired and out-skated as they took eight minors in the game and then distinguished themselves by taking a major for charging the goaltender and two game misconducts which will shorten their bench as they face Williams Lake in the final round robin game tomorrow...

Childish and injurious to both themselves and the Demons.

Their starting goaltender, Ryan Manderson was escorted off the ice by first aiders after Dave Dollak flattened him in his own net trying to stop a cross goal Demons shot by Terry Whelan.

Waylon L'Heureux tried to make up for it at the other end by smashing into Jamie Moran, but was quickly ejected. Captain Dan Kirkham got a misconduct as well as Nick Patchett.
It was hard to tell what for as refs and linesmen moved in quickly conferred and got the game over before more mayhem. Sorry, Kangaroos, that stuff won't get the "roos name on a Coy Cup this year.

Demons took four minors and Kyle Boudreault a two and a game for a hit fro behind about ahlf-way through the game that was dominated by the Demons.

Shots in the game were Ice Demons 44 - Kangaroos 26.

The Kangaroos will need to listen to more mature heads before facing the Stampeders and might be able to play some hockey...????
You know Kitimat fan I see the homer attitude doesn't go very far in Kitimat I'm pretty sure I was watching the same game as you last night. There no mention of your players brutal check from behind last night no mention of your player that but tended one of our players in the face no mention of one of your players trying to use one of our guys' head as a football oh and the fact that all of those with the exception of the check from behind didn't get a penalty. Dave didn't run our goalie over he was tangled up with one of your guys it was an unfortunate play. It also doesn't help when your organizing committee puts in the program that we set new records for penalty minutes I mean why don't you just come down to our room and paint a target on our backs. One of your team reps even came down the hall at the end of the game and agreed that the reding was horrible and that he most likely won't ref another game. We aren't blaming the refs we can't win a game if we can't score and ya some of our guys lost their composure last night but don't come on here and call players out like you did we can be better we will be better.
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Joined: October 3rd, 2011, 5:11 pm

March 15th, 2012, 7:55 pm #8

If you come out of a league with the highest penalty minutes and the other three teams from your league are in the tournament.... then they pretty much know what to expect when they play you guys. So they are going to meet fire with fire... your team plays on the edge... the other teams know you do...the Refs certainly know you do... they are waiting for it, what do you think they are all going to roll over and be intimidated. You guys are facing three championship teams so that isn't going to happen, they've been there before and can give as good as they get... you can't blame anyone for your reputation except youself...

Anyway after all that, the game is called hockey... and the last time I checked the only stat at the end of the night that matters is the score... and so far... the score in the coy cup speaks volumes... the question you need an answer to is; do you understand what the score is telling you?
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Joined: January 23rd, 2005, 7:16 am

March 15th, 2012, 8:24 pm #9


Yes ,there are 2 sides to every story. You are correct on some of the incidents against your players Nubbsy, they tend to get over looked by the faithful.But cihlpower is correct, you guys have made your bed now you must sleep in it.Frustration happens in games that get out of hand and alot of teams are guilty of that. It will be interesting at the end of game 1 tonite ,when 1 team will be on their way home.Fireworks?? lets hope cooler heads will prevail.
As far as your comments about the ref Nubbsy.He is probably the best one here, reffed the Coy final last year,will be flying south after the coy to ref some BCHL playoff games. I would bet he will be doing Sat. final here and pretty sure he will be on the ice again tonite. Did he miss some calls? He would probably tell you himself ,it's pretty tough to see everything out there.Watched any NHL games, i haven't seen too many perfectly called ones and thats with 2 reffs out there.
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Joined: January 25th, 2005, 2:48 pm

March 15th, 2012, 8:41 pm #10

You know Kitimat fan I see the homer attitude doesn't go very far in Kitimat I'm pretty sure I was watching the same game as you last night. There no mention of your players brutal check from behind last night no mention of your player that but tended one of our players in the face no mention of one of your players trying to use one of our guys' head as a football oh and the fact that all of those with the exception of the check from behind didn't get a penalty. Dave didn't run our goalie over he was tangled up with one of your guys it was an unfortunate play. It also doesn't help when your organizing committee puts in the program that we set new records for penalty minutes I mean why don't you just come down to our room and paint a target on our backs. One of your team reps even came down the hall at the end of the game and agreed that the reding was horrible and that he most likely won't ref another game. We aren't blaming the refs we can't win a game if we can't score and ya some of our guys lost their composure last night but don't come on here and call players out like you did we can be better we will be better.
...they got paid. Their motto was play every play the same way, you can't get called on 'em all. They earned the nickname Broadway Bullies.

Last night your guys were in the box in 50 seconds...a minute 10 secs in against Smithers.
The crap at the benches on changes was started by Quesnel -- so don't expect other hockey players won't respond.

It's also the quality of the penalties -- very few hooks and trips and lots of charges, x-checks, slashes, roughing after whistle and a bunch of game ejections when there's no time left.You want to show us you want to play hockey -- tonight's your chance -- you can still get to the semis with a win tonight and the finals with a win tomorrow and the Cup with a win Saturday.

But I guarantee you can't do it shorthanded half the game.
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