Hawks record sixth straight win
Hagersville made it a half dozen wins in a row last week.
The Hawks didn’t just win their sixth game in a row, they did it in style by defeating Dunnville 7-0 at home on Saturday in Provincial Junior Hockey League Bloomfield Division play.
Ralph Taggart led the way offensively with a hat trick as Tycie Cowan added two assists. Matt Weston, Nick Visser, Mitch Gauthier and Patrick Sanelli scored the other goals.
Justin Easter made 22 saves to earn the shutout.
Doherty Division Port Dover Sailors
The Sailors had back-to-back home losses to end their week.
Following an 11-0 loss to Glanbrook on Saturday, Port Dover was doubled 4-2 by Grimsby on Sunday.
Sam Restivo and Nigel Dantas scored for the Sailors.
Things went from bad to worse for Delhi on the weekend.
Following home losses of 5-2 to Wellesley on Friday and 9-1 to Ayr on Saturday, the Travellers finished things with a 15-0 road loss to Wellesley on Sunday.
Tyler Whitfield, Ryan Crandall and Cooper Van Willegen were the Delhi goal scorers.
In its only game last week, Burford lost 7-2 to Norwich at home on Sunday.
Pius Gritsy and Corey Restoule scored early to give the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead before Norwich poured it on.
Ontario Junior Hockey League West Division Brantford 99ers
The 99ers were shut out 4-0 at home on Sunday by Markham to close out their week.
Despite throwing 39 shots at Markham’s Andrew Albano, the 99ers couldn’t solve the opposing goalie. Brantford allowed two power-play goals.
Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League Mid-Western Conference Brantford 99ers
Brantford got one point out of a possible six on the weekend.
Following losses of 7-3 in Stratford on Friday and 5-3 in Cambridge on Saturday, Brantford played to a 3-3 tie against Elmira on the road on Sunday.
Ben Sheppard, Liam Galton and Tanner Mitton were the goal scorers against Stratford, while Curtis Anderson got a pair against Cambridge and Troy Andrews tallied the final one.
Brantford’s special teams came through against Elmira.
Although the 99ers were outshot 39-28, two power-play goals from Ben Sheppard and a shorthanded marker from Reuben Young allowed Brantford to earn the tie.
Frank Boal was outstanding in goal for the 99ers, stopping a penalty shot in the second overtime session.
Former 99er and Brantford native Hunter Dubecki had a huge game for Elmira with three assists.