Bears allow zero goals against for the season

December 1, 2016   ·   0 Comments

ODSS tied for first place

After four games in the 2016, the Orangeville District Secondary School Bears boys hockey team still haven’t allowed a goal against. That’s a pretty incredible record considering the skill level in high school hockey this season.

Starting off with the first game of the season on November 1, the Bears blanked Centennial Collegiate 9-0.

Game two ended in a forfeit when Bishop Macdonnell couldn’t ice a team.

The third game ended with a 3-0 shut-out over Centre Dufferin District High School on Tuesday, November 22.

Returning to the ice at Tony Rose arena the next day, (Wed., Nov. 23) the Bears hosted the squad from John F. Ross.

The Bears were in front 1-0 in the first period then notched three more before the buzzer sounded to make it a 4-0 game.

The final period saw the ODSS squad keep up the pressure scoring four more to make it an 8-0 finish.

Bears goalie Mason Kameka got the shutout in this game.

“The first period I didn’t think we played well, then we kind of had a gut-check for the second period and we picked it up,” said coach Justin Davis. “The second and the third periods were our best by far. We’ve got so much talent but we’ve just got to learn to play together as a team. I like our one-onone stuff – we’re starting to play as a team like we did yesterday (against CDDHS).”

Bears goals in Wednesday’s game came from Kyle Waters for two, Elgin Cooke, Jake Quinlan, Dakota Zarudny, Dallas Montgomery, Zack Deaken, and Ty Hooper.

The Bears are now tied for first place with Centre Wellington District High School who are also undefeated after four games.

The Bears will play their next game on the road in Erin on December 6, then follow up with two more away games against ST. James and Shelburne.

They return to home ice at Tony Rose arena on Tuesday, January 17, when they host Norwell District Secondary School.

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