Results from the second AESHL Player Draft held on November 27th are as follows
1. Southern Shore: Matthew Brett
2. Bell Island: Matthew Smith
3. Southern Shore (from St. John's: Chris Harris
4. Northeast: Evan Green
5. Bell Island (from Southern Shore): William French
6. Ball Island: Dan Kenny
The Retirement of Ron Cadigan's Outer Cove Marines Jersey "10"
Ron Cadigan spent many years skating in the Avalon East Senior Hockey League, and has certainly left his mark in history for the sporting community, provincially. Ron was inducted in to the HNL, NL Hockey Hall of Fame this past June.
On Friday November 29, 2013, the Northeast Senior Eagles of the Cape St. Francis District will face the historic Southern Shore Breakers at the Jack Byrne Arena. Prior to puck drop, there will be a ceremony in honour of the retirement of Ron Cadigan's number '10' Outer Cove Marines jersey, which will be hosted by Paddy Daly of VOCM Backtalk. Upon the Eagles taking to the ice before this ceremony, they will be joined by members of Outer Cove Marines team, who took the ice with Ron, wearing their own Outer Cove Marines jerseys.
In honour of the Outer Cove Marines, and the history of the Avalon East Senior Hockey League in the Cape St. Francis District, we hope to see as much blue in the seats as possible, as it is the colour of the Marines.
Please join us in honouring the hockey career of a man who gave so much of his life to the game and the people of this community. [2013-11-14 19:36:45]
AESHL Player Entry Draft #1 Results
The Avalon East Senior Hockey League held their first Player Entry Draft on Saturday, October 26th with ten (10) players being selected as follows:
Southern Shore - Dylan Sheldon
Bell Island - Jordan Kennedy
St. John's - Nicholas Hurley
Northeast - Bronson Dawe
Southern Shore - Tyler Kenway
Bell Island - Jeremy Humphries
St. John's - Travis Hynes
Northeast - Scottie Marshall
Southern Shore - Gary Hynes
Bell Island - Tony Parsons
The AESHL's 48th season starts Friday, November 1st when the Northeast Eagles host the two time defending champion Toyota Plaza St. John's Caps at the Jack Byrne Arena; puck drops at 8pm. [2013-10-28 18:52:11]
Mt. Pearl Samurai Dispersal Draft
The Avalon East Senior Hockey League conducted its dispersal draft of players from the 2012/13 Mount Pearl Samurai on Thursday with the following results
1. Southern Shore - Bradley Layman
2. Bell Island - Brandon pilgrim
3. St. John's - Kenny Pennell
4. Northeast - Nick Rodway
5. Southern Shore - Brent Betts
6. Bell Island - Mike Rose
7. St. John\'s - Andrew Goodwin
8. Northeast - Andrew Temple
9. Southern Shore - Trevor Thorne
10. Bell Island - Josh Butt
11. St. John's - Jason Thorne
12. Northeast - Aaron Schwartz
13. Southern Shore - Brad Swain
14. Bell Island - Brett Robinson
15. St. John's - Steve Bailey
16. Northeast - Jon Dawe
17 Southern Shore - Berrick Loughlin
18. Bell Island - Joel Fulford
19. St. John's - Kris Langdon
20. Northeast - Michael Giannou
21. Southern Shore - Nick Nurse
22. Bell Island - Matt Ryan
23. St. John's - James Blair
24. Northeast - Chris Ryan
25. Southern Shore - Brent Skiffington
26. Bell Island - Andrew Young
27. St. John's - Kirk Simms
28. Northeast - Ryan Norris
29. Southern Shore - Russell Hardy
Southern Shore Returns to AESHL
The Avalon East Senior Hockey League held its Annual General Meeting on Thursday evening and optimism remains high as the league enters it's 47th season.
President David Brazil was returned for a second consecutive term, as was Joe Maynard (Vice-President), Jeff Dwyer (Treasurer) and Seamus O'Keefe (Marketing/PR). New additions to the League Executive included Jack Casey (Secretary) and two At Large Directors, Rick Carrigan and Paddy Daly.
The biggest news at the AGM was the formal acceptance of the Puglisevich Southern Shore Breakers back into the AESHL, joining the Northeast Eagles, Bell Island Blues and two time defending champion Toyota Plaza St. John's Caps. Each team will play a 21 game schedule, tentatively scheduled to open on the November 1st weekend. Other issues discussed at the meeting included a dispersal draft of players from the defunct Mt. Pearl Samurai, HNL relations and recent sponsorship activity. [2013-10-11 11:25:49]
20 Questions with Kyle Doucet
#73 RW |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Date of Birth:
TV shows you never miss:
Sportscenter and Dexter
Ribs or Lamb
Item you can't live without:
Cell Phone.. and more specifically iphone
Who would you like to trade places with for a day:
Tiger Woods, and not for the girls.
What talent would you like to have:
Be able to play the guitar.
Value you look for in others:
Your best trait:
Go to sleep too late.
Favourite athlete in another sport:
Best friends in hockey:
A slow defensemen.. On the opposite team.
Favourite hockey team as a kid:
Three favourite movies:
Wedding Crashers, The Shawshank Redemption, Old School
Dream celebrity date:
Rachel McAdams. Keepin it Canadian.
What's new on your iPod:
Neil Young.. old are heart.
Stick taped to perfection. With lots of wax.
Favourite hockey city to visit:
Montreal , but I am not a Canadians fan.
Favourite holiday destination:
Last year I was in the Alps Skiing, I would have to say that again.
If you weren't a hockey player, what would you be?: