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GRAND FINAL UPDATE

Sep. 17, 2014

  

After some fighting work to get three teams into Grand Finals, our best result in years, it was the C1 team that stood tall and with a gritty 1-0 win in Game 3 of their series became the IHV 2014 Premier C1 Champions.

In a series that went the full 3 games, the Hawks battled back from a 3-1 loss to the Jets in game 1 to take Game 2 with a stirring 2-0 shutout.  Then with it all to play for, it was 3rd period goal from Scott Smallman that would be the winner.  A great result after a fantastic season.

Congratulation also go to James Muir on being awarded the IHV "Noel Derrick" Award for C1 MVP and to Stephen Nesbitt for being judged the IHV "Keith Jose" award for the C1 Best Defenceman.

 

The Prem A side fought through two close games but with a tight 2-1 loss in game 1, hopes were high in game 2 against a full strength Demons team.  After establishing a 3-1 lead unfortunately it was the Demons that came home strongest and tied the game at 3-3 near the end of regulation.  Going into overtime again, the boys ran out of luck with the Demons taking the game and the series. 

Congratulation go to Jeremy Brown who took out the IHV "President's Medal" for the Premier A MVP and to Damian Holland who was awarded the IHV "Kevin Sheahan" award for the Prem A Best goalie.

 

The C2 team also took on the Demons and lost a very tough Game 1 in overtime 3-2.  Game 2 was a game that the team fought hard in but had no luck.  In a real hockey lesson, the Demons dominated and took the Premiership 9-1.  An unfortunate end to a great season.

Congratulations to Scott Wanless for being awarded the IHV "Peter Cavanagh" award for Best Goalie in C2.

 

The club is very proud of all our teams and their efforts of the season.  We look forward to building on our player depth and an even better return next season.


 

 

 

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