Ice Crushers in the middle of Central Division

October 14, 2015   ·   0 Comments

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By Brian Lockhart
10-2 win last time out

The Orangeville Ice Crushers are in the number six spot in the Central Division of the Greater Metro Hockey League after a 10-2 win over Colborne on October 7.

The Crushers have a 4-3 record which places them right in the middle of the Division.

Their last game saw them steamroll over the visiting Colborne Chiefs.

After leading 3-0 at the end of the first period, the Crushers scored three more in the second frame.

They returned for the final 20 minutes and outscored the Chiefs 4-1 to end the game 10-2.

The Alliston Coyotes are leading the division with a 7-1 record and 14 points.

They are followed by Oshawa in second place with 12 points and the Bradford Rattlers in the number three spot with 11 points.
The Kingsville Kings of the South Divi- sion are the League’s over all first place leaders going undefeated after 11 games.

In the Crushers line-up, forward Darian Harris is leading in the points column with 17 points after playing seven games. Harris has 12 goals and five assists to his credit so far thsi season.

Joseph Alexander comes in with 13 points – seven gals and six assits.

He is followed closely by Brad Ferrell with four goals and seven assists – good for 11 points.

The Crushers were scheduled to play the Grey Highlands Bravehearts on Wednesday (Oct. 14) night at the Alder Street arena. Results were not available at press time.

The Ice Crushers have two road games this weekend.

On Saturday, October 17, they will be in Tottenham to take on the Steam. The following day (Sun., Oct. 18, they will be in Bradford to meet the Bulls.

They will return to home ice at Alder Street on Wednesday, October 21, to host the Oshawa River Kings. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

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