But­ler, Con­ley score twice each

The Peterborough Examiner - - Voice of Business - MIKE DAVIES Ex­am­iner Sports Di­rec­tor mike.davies @pe­ter­bor­ough­daily.com

Petes sec­ond-round draft pick

Cameron But­ler and 2017 U18 draft pick Eric Con­ley scored two goals each to lead White to a 10-6 win over Ma­roon in Wed­nes­day night’s an­nual Ma­roon and White Game at the Me­mo­rial Cen­tre.

Cole Fraser, Chris Pa­que­tte, Ryan Richard­son, Chad De­nault, Brady Hinz and Tyler Beneteau also scored. Nick Robert­son and Zach Gal­lant led Ma­roon with two goals each, with sin­gles to Cameron Supryka and Nick Isaac­son.

All six goalies in camp played one pe­riod each. For Ma­roon,

Hunter Jones al­lowed four goals, Ja­cob Hearne three and

Jor­dan Smith three. For White, Tye Austin al­lowed three, Blake Cur­ran zero and Kyle Curtin one.

The Petes start their pre-sea­son Satur­day on the road to the Guelph Storm. They host the Oshawa Gen­er­als at 2 p.m. Sun­day at the PMC.

Panetta leaves camp

Af­ter Wed­nes­day morn­ing’s scrim­mages the Petes re­as­signed 12 play­ers in­clud­ing Aaron Chiarot (Wel­land Jr. B Cana­di­ans), Jamie En­gel­bert (Cobourg Jr. A Cougars), Christo­pher Good­win (TBD), Tyson Hil­lier

(Elmira Jr. B Sugar Kings), Jak­son Kirk (Elmira Jr. B Sugar Kings), Kee­gan McMullen

(Tim­mins Jr. A Rock), Eli Pal­frey­man (Pel­ham Jr. B Pan­thers), Matthew Perciballi (TBD), Ja­cob Ro­mano (French River Jr. A Rapids), Carter Schoonder­wo­erd (St. Mary’s Jr. B Lin­colns), Joey Studnicka

(TBD) and Ja­cob Traynor

(Brockville Jr. A Braves).

Petes 2017 fourth-round pick Daniel Panetta (Wellington Jr. A Dukes) and Alderic De­nis

(Na­van Jr. A Grads) chose to re­turn to their re­spec­tive teams. Panetta has a com­mit­ment to Col­gate Univer­sity.

“Our staff, led by player de­vel­op­ment coach Mike Duco, will mon­i­tor and their con­tin­ued de­vel­op­ment and main­tain reg­u­lar com­mu­ni­ca­tion with them and their re­spec­tive coaches this sea­son,” said Petes GM Mike Oke.

More play­ers were to be re­as­signed fol­low­ing the Ma­roon & White Game. A list was not avail­able by press time.

Camp statis­tics

Nick Robert­son led all play­ers in scor­ing in the three train­ing camp scrim­mage ses­sions with six goals and one as­sist. Robert­son had the most goals while Austin Os­man­ski, Bobby Dow and Zach Gal­lant tied for the lead in as­sists with three each.

Os­man­ski led Team Pat McAu­ley Real Es­tate with five points on two goals and three as­sists. Chris Pa­que­tte led Team East Side Mario’s with four goals while Robert­son topped Team Lans­downe Place.

Hunter Jones led the goalies with fewest goals al­lowed (3) and high­est save per­cent­age (.944) fol­lowed by Jor­dan Smith (4, .920), Blake Cur­ran (5, .900), Tye Austin (6, .870), Kyle Curtin (7, .873) and Ja­cob Hearne (8, .843).

OHL rule changes

The OHL an­nounced three rule and pol­icy changes adopted at their an­nual sum­mer meet­ings.

The OHL will re­duce the num­ber of years out that teams can trade draft picks. Be­gin­ning on Sept. 1 teams can’t trade picks more than six years away. It will lower to five years in 2020 and four from 2021 for­ward.

The OHL al­tered its tie-break­ing for­mula for stand­ings at the end of the sea­son to re­move shootout wins from the cri­te­ria. The team with more wins ex­clud­ing shootout wins will get the higher seed.

For teams tied for play­off spots, a sud­den-death game is still re­quired to break ties.

The league also set its in­ter­mis­sion length at 17 min­utes for all 20 teams.

NOTE: See more cov­er­age on Page C8.


Team Ma­roon’s Nick Robert­son gets a hug from team White’s Cole Fraser next to team­mates Zach Gal­lant (11) and Adam Tim­leck dur­ing the an­nual Ma­roon and White game on Wed­nes­day night at the Me­mo­rial Cen­tre.

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