Discussion in 'OHL' started by EON, Nov 25, 2019.
#2 Noel Hoefenmayer (11) scores. Assists: #9 Austen Keating after 0:40 of 2nd
#24 Joseph Garreffa (15) scores. Assists: #23 Marco Rossi, #22 Jack Quinn POWER PLAY
#2 Noel Hoefenmayer Fighting MAJOR 5:00POWER PLAY
2ND 3:25 #2 Noel Hoefenmayer Game Misc-Second Fight GAME MISCONDUCT
67`s win 4-0
3RD 18:24 #24 Joseph Garreffa (16) scores.
3RD 18:37 #22 Jack Quinn (15) scores. Assists: #26 Alec Belanger, #17 Mitchell Hoelscher
Gatineau outshot 67`s 32 - 24
Rossi gets his 50th point.
Well not their best game! Took the Piques lightly, a good thing Andree and superior talent won the day. If it was hard work and heart, we were smoked tonight. I expect a very different game Sunday.
Hoef getting kicked out was total bull. Sure the 5 for fighting but the rest was overkill for such a minor fight.
Take the two points and move on. Sometimes you need to win ugly. Peterboro loses to Kingston and the 67s keep climbing. Hoefenmeyer gets tossed and the young guys with Bahl hold the Fort. I will stick to my comments before and say no chance Matier gets moved. In first 13 games he was -9. In last 14 games he is +15.
they said on tv that rippon might be back tomorrow or next Saturday.
He’s been playing with Hoefenmayer.
Correct. Hoefenmeyer is a stud. But he is +9 over same last 14 games. Just pointing out that the kid is doing well.
Who do you not play in the OHL for the two games you play against Gatineau.
which means Rossi too; nice gig for a rookie D.
Good question. Maybe PBO & HAM?
- PBO only 7 games vs OSH & KGN 8 games
- HAM only 5 against an inter division team seems low.
league compensated Hamilton with extra games vs closer teams for staying in east division after move from Belleville. I believe the wolves used to play Niagara 8 times,
Technically Sudbury. We give up two and would play kng 10. Thus sud SSM play more often. So those two are shifted to gat. Who gat gives up don't know.
Now that Hoef is in that magic fight and you get kicked out of the game spot will he be a marked man?
No offence to Matier but I wonder if when Ok gets back we should not pair them so that he has someone to help him.
Also knowing that Gat is going to be a rough game do you spot shift him?
I think as long as he doesn’t instigate, it doesn’t count as a third fight. The thing I’m confused about is when was his first fight? I don’t remember any for Hoef this season and there are no other majors showing in his game by game stats. What am I missing?
Apologies for the dumb question, but I seem to recall that the OHL structured it so that these games count in the standings for the 67's. Is that correct? I ask because I see that we now have two games in hand on the Petes...
Regarding the question on the schedule, each team starts with the following:
play the other conference 2 times each = 20
play the other inter-conference division 4 times each = 20
play two teams in our division 8 times each = 16
play two teams in our division 6 times each = 12
Total = 68
Some teams have a variance to that plan to account for geographical rivals in an effort to reduce travel where possible.
In Ottawa’s case, they have always played Sudbury only two times instead of four for as long as I can remember. This is so Sudbury can play SSM more and Ottawa can play the extra two games inside their division.
So, Ottawa would play Kingston, Peterborough and Belleville 8 times. When Belleville moved to Hamilton, they played Oshawa 8 times and Hamilton 6 times.
That changed when Ottawa and Gatineau started playing each other. Hamilton and Peterborough were each reduced a game this year. So, Ottawa has Kingston and Oshawa 8 times, Peterborough 7 times and Hamilton 5 times.
My personal opinion is, I don’t like the Ottawa vs Gatineau games. However, if they insist on doing it, they should play each other six times. Both Ottawa and Gatineau have silly travel schedules and if they were to increase those games, it would at least have a positive travel effect for both teams.
They count in the standings.
Apparently the call in the building was a Fighting Major and Game Misconduct. Hoefenmayer jumped in after a 67’s player took a bad hit. The other player didn’t engage in the fight so Hoef gets tossed. If the other player engaged in the fight, Hoef would have just gotten he 2 for instigating and 10 minute misconduct.
This is how it was explained to me.
67's 5 Gatineau 1 Final
2ND 17:09 #17 Mitchell Hoelscher (17) scores. SHORT HANDED
3RD 10:06 #2 Noel Hoefenmayer (12) scores. Assists: #23 Marco RossiPOWER PLAY
3RD 12:31 #9 Austen Keating (15) scores. Assists: #23 Marco Rossi, #2 Noel Hoefenmayer POWER PLAY
3RD 15:31 #23 Marco Rossi (17) scores. Assists: #9 Austen Keating, #24 Joseph Garreffa POWER PLAY
3RD 18:36 #22 Jack Quinn (16) scores. EMPTY NET
3 PP, 1 shorty and a EN
Rossi 3 more points
Good but we definitely need a second line.
Just think about what a massive boost Clarke's return will provide. It will be like making a blockbuster trade at the deadline, but not having to give anything up.
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