Jan 17, 2005
These two Far West Division rivals battled it out this weekend with Windsor upsetting the Lakehead Thunderwolves in both games 3-2 and 7-2. In their first game, Lakehead opened the scoring just eight minutes into the first period on a Hugo Lehoux goal, but this lead was short lived as Graeme Lindsay and Jason Melo each scored a goal to put the Lancers up 2-1 after one period. Rookie Lakehead player, Sean Stefanski, scored his third goal of the season to tie the game early in the second period but Kyle Trudell answered back with the game winning goal to give the Lancers the 3-2 win.
In their second match, Windsor crushed the Thunderwolves defeating them in convincing fashion, 7-2. Veteran player, Kyle Trudell, played another outstanding game for the Lancers scoring four of the teams seven goals. Fellow Lancers, Alex White and Jordie Preston also played strong offensively for Windsor each scoring a goal and adding two assists in the victory. With the two wins, Windsor moved above .500 with a 7-6-1 record while the Thunderwolves dropped to 10-4 on the season but remain in second place in the division.
Concordia 3, UQTR 3 (OT)
Concordia and UQTR battled it out for top spot in the Far East Divison this weekend ending in a 3-3 draw. Concordia jumped out to an early 3-0 lead but they could not hold off the Patriotes as they stormed back in the final period to tie the game at three. Jonathan Gautier and Joey D'Amico both played a strong game for Concordia scoring a goal a piece and adding an assist. Simon St-Pierre and Mathieu Thibodeau each scored a goal for UQTR while teammate Frederic Lavoie scored the tying goal at 10:39 in the third period. The Patriotes goaltender, Alexis Goulet, also played strong in net for UQTR stopping 35 shots.
Waterloo 4, Laurier 1
Waterloo dominated the Laurier Golden Hawks in this weekend's hockey action, out shooting them 42-29 to take the 4-1 victory. Laurier's Chris DiUbaldo, put the Hawks up 1-0 in the first period with a power play goal but they could not hold off the Warriors offense that exploded in the second period scoring four unanswered goals to secure the 4-1 victory. Jordan Brennan led the team in scoring with two goals while Matt Levicki and Geoff Rivers each added a goal. With the win Waterloo improves to 8-6-1 on the season while Laurier dropped to 7-7-1