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Scoreless No More: Cribbin's Tally Ends Humiliation Goal Drought
Posted By: uuhadood
Tuesday, October 08, 2013


 
Humiliation forward Stephen Cribbin's 2nd period tally was the first goal registered by his team this season. The game (the Humiliation's fourth of the season) ended in a 1-1 draw with the Dufferin Groove.

 
TORONTO - Ladies and gentlemen, the monkey has left the building. Specifically, the figurative primate that had weighed on the shoulders of members of the Humiliation for the better part of the past month. Prior to last Saturday night, the team had failed to register a single goal over the coarse of three games. The last goal the team had celebrated was scored on March 23, late in the 3rd period of the Humiliation's 4-2 loss to the Jokers in the UUHA Championship Final.
 
Veteran Humiliation forward Paul Morris, along with spare defenceman Rodney Merchant, assisted on Cribbin's goal, knotting the game at 1-1 with the opposition Dufferin Groove. Groove Captain Tim Freeman had opened the scoring in the 1st period, beating goaltender Ian McKellar unassisted. No other scoring transpired in the contest.
 
In other UUHA action this past Saturday, the Parkdale Lads remained undefeated after hanging on to defeat the Parkdale Porcupines 3-1. Kyle Welton once again lead his side to victory, potting the game's opening goal at the 3:45 mark of the 1st period (with Tom Nesbitt assisting), then sealing the win with an empty-net tally in the dying seconds of the final frame. Welton now leads the UUHA scoring race with seven goals in just three games. Dave Ball also scored for the Lads, converting a feed from Nick Hehn to regain the lead early in the 3rd. Prior to that, Porcupines forward Chris Valente had knotted proceedings in the 2nd, solving Lads' goalie Luis Freitas with help from linemate Todd Moffat and defenceman Adam Thrasher.
 
The Lads' win improves the team's season record to 2-0-1, which is good for 5 points and a share of 2nd place in the UUHA standings with the Beau's Ber Hack. The strong start is believed to represent the Lads' best out-of-the-gate performance in franchise history.
 
Currently on the other end of the spectrum is the Wheatfield Souldiers who, at 0-3-0, are enduring what is believed to be the team's most anemic start to a season thus far. The team's latest disappointment transpired in Saturday's 8:00 PM game, this time at the butt end of 4-1 loss to the Hack (2-1-1).
 
Aaron Foster was credited with opening the scoring for the Beau's Beer side just five minutes into the game when a Souldiers blue-liner erred on a clearing shot and sent the puck into his own net. Derek Domingos erased that lead a few minutes later, though, providing the toe to Eric Toth and Scott Mongomery's tic and tac (respectively) to draw things even at one a piece. The Hack's Stefan Barkley put his side back on top a minute later, though, with help from Wade Ivan. Mike Woodgate and David Laverdiere would also score for the Hack, while Foster and Louis Durand's stats benefited from assists.
 
The victory was a particularly sweet one for the Hack as it represented the team's first-ever victory over the Wheatfield Souldiers. The win was also comeuppance for Hack members who well recalled enduring an 8-0 thrashing at the hands of the Souldiers on Dec. 8, 2012.
 
UUHA action resumes on Saturday, Oct. 19 (following a break for the Thanksgiving weekend) with the Porcupines and Humiliation taking to the ice at historic Maple Leaf Gardens for a 4:00 PM tilt. The evening's card at Upper Canada College will see the Souldiers looking for their first win of the season against the Jokers at 7:00 PM, while the Brockton Rockets and Gas Station Islanders return to action at 8:00 PM. The final match of the night has the Lads attempting to remain undefeated as they go up against the Beau's Beer Hack at 9:00 PM.
 
2019 Playoffs League Leaders
GOALS
Kyle Welton
Parkdale Hockey Lads
18
Dustin Harris
Brockton Rockets
16
Sean Morrison
Humiliation
15
Aaron Foster
Beau's Beer Hack
13
Daniel Wilcox
Brockton Rockets
11
ASSISTS
Steve Levine
Jokers Hockey Club
14
Mike Thompson
Humiliation
14
Michael Wilcox
Brockton Rockets
14
James Neilson
Brockton Rockets
12
Dustin Harris
Brockton Rockets
11
POINTS
Dustin Harris
Brockton Rockets
27
Steve Levine
Jokers Hockey Club
24
Aaron Foster
Beau's Beer Hack
23
Kyle Welton
Parkdale Hockey Lads
22
Dominic Chartier
Gas Station Islanders
21
GOALIES (GAA)
Aaron Brophy
Beau's Beer Hack
2.27
Jonathan Dickson
Brockton Rockets
2.43
John Sutton
Wheatfield Souldiers
2.71
Burke Lawrence
Jokers Hockey Club
2.83
Luke Smit
Humiliation
2.89

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