Ball Hockey Action Sees One Win, One Draw

February 25, 2016

Bermuda Ball Hockey action returned to the PCC Hockey Rink in Spanish Point with yet another double header that produced 13 goals.

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Sarnia Sting 4 Halifax Mooseheads 4

The opener produced 8 goals as the sixth place team the Sarnia Sting drew 4 – 4 with the fifth place team the Halifax Mooseheads. The Sarnia Sting got two goals from Adam Chevis and single strikes from Cory Caouette and Shannon Goose, while the Halifax Mooseheads got a goal off the sticks of Jordan Gunterm Mike Gazzard, Kyle Chisholm and Tom Miller.

Gatineau Olympiques 4 Vancouver Giants 1

The Gatineau Olympiques moved into second place in the League following their 4 – 1 win over the Vancouver Giants , the Gatineau Olympiques got goals from Ryan Wilson, Chhad Mitchell, Kevin DeSilva and Mathieu Desjardins, while Glen Madore scored the lone goal for the Vancouver Giants.

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  1. ROGER LAMBERT says:

    GOOD there is a variety of activities & sports here. Can this one lead to a Bermudian getting a field or ice hockey scholarship or playing semi pro to pro hockey?

    • Hockeynut says:

      The Bermuda Ball Hockey Association has been a member of the International Street and Ball Hockey Federation (ISBHF) for 15+ plus years and has represented Bermuda in tournaments accross the map including Cayman, USA, Canada, Slovakia and Czech Republic. In 2013 they attended the World Championships in St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada where they won the Gold in the B pool. They moved up to the A pool for the 2015 World Championships in Zug, Switzerland. Bermuda played Switzerland in the opening game in front of a crowd of 8200+ (not too bad for a team with the average age of 36). You can watch the game on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmpe0GZA2-c

      It would be very difficult and expensive for the island to sustain a ice rink, the cost alone for the energy needed to preserve the ice could not be covered by rental fees. Come out to see one of the games that are normally played on Wednesday or Friday nights (weather dependent) check the following link for the most up to date scheduled games. http://tinyurl.com/ho3atec