Bluewater shark team tryout times are posted under 2013 Bluewater sharks team page follow link below
The Major Midget Boys tournament as been moved to the May 3-5 weekend from the original weekend of the April 19-21. Sorry for any inconvenience.
We are pleased to announce that we have chosen our coaches for the 2013 season
We will be icing teams from the following birth years:
1995-96, 2001, 2004, 2005 and 2006
If someone would like to put a team together from a different age group please contact us and we will see if we can work with you to make this happen but time is running out.
COACHES NEEDED FOR 2013 SEASON
Looking for coaches for the following age groups
Deadline December 10, 2012
Major Tyke 2006
Minor Novice 2005
Major Novice 2004
Minor Atom 2003
Major Atom 2002
Minor Peewee 2001
Major Peewee 2000
** We will also accept coaches that wish to put together a team for the age groups of
Minor Bantam (1999 Y.O.B.) * Major Bantam (1998 Y.O.B.)
Minor Midget (1997 Y.O.B.) * Major Midget Team (1996-1995 Y.O.B.)
Or anyone interested in a Girls team Under the BluewaterSharks Banner**
These will not be offered by the BluewaterSharks, unless an interest is shown from coaches with a supporting staff in place. Deadline for this also is Dec. 10/2012
Please contact one of the following if interested by December 10, 2012
Lance Marcy 519-344-2205 email@example.com
Kelly Marks 519-344-4892 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed Marcy 519-344-8624 email@example.com
The BluewaterSharks hosted their final weekend of tournaments featuring the younger ages
There were 26 teams here and were broken down as follow
The 2003 had 6 teams ,
2004 had 10 teams and the
2005 division also featured 10 teams
In the 2003 Divisions the BluewaterSharks had a team entered that went through the round robin play with a record of 3 wins and 1 loss.
They started the tournament on a losing note as they lost their 1st game to HTA Lightning by a score of 7-2
Their second game saw a victory against the PSE Red Wings by a 6-3 count.
Saturday saw the team record 2 more wins beating Quick feet Hockey by a score of 5-2 and their final game saw them victorious against a Chatham Crush by an identical score of 5-2
This advanced the 2003 BluewaterSharks team into the final to face the team that laid a licking on them in the 1st game 7-2, but the Sharks would find their revenge as they out-duelled the HTA Lightning team
to a 1-0 sensational victory in a hard fought contest in the finals
The MVP’s for this game were both Goalies for the HTA Lightning it was # 10 Caleb Musselman and for the Champion BluewaterSharks their goalie # 34 Blake Foster
The 2003 Sharks team is coached by Darly Moore, Brad McLean Darly Foster, Congrats boys for the win.
In the 2004 division the BluewaterSharks went through the round robin portion with a 2 and 2 record, Their 2 wins came Friday as they Thumped the HTA Lightning team 10 to 2.
Their next opponent was a 3 to 2 win over the Southwest Jets, The boys were riding high but then Saturday came and they met the 2 tougher opponents in the Tournament, they met their old rivals the Maitland Ice Sharks who they have faced 3 previous times in other tournaments and had only recorded a tie and 2 loss.
They played them hard and even scored the 1st goal, but when all was said and done they went done to defeat one more time by a score of 2-1.
And then the hardest test came Saturday evening when they had to face Honeybaked, who a beat 4 teams by scores of 11-1 against Maitland and 8-0 HTA.Lightning and 7-0 against the Southwest Jets.
The Sharks put up the best effort of all teams but went down by a score of 5 to 1 and failed to advance to Sundays semi-final play.
The semi- finals would prove to be very interesting as the one side saw Honeybaked have a easy time of beating Johnny Shotz from Windsor by a 6 to 1 count and the other semi-final saw the Maitland Ice Sharks edge out the Southwest Jets Blue Team by a 5 to 4 count.
This set up the Final where the Maitland Ice sharks would have to meet Honeybaked who had early in tournament laid a beating on them 11 to 1, but the Maitland Ice Shark team were a determined bunch and low and behold held on to a for a thrilling 3 to 2 victory and up-set the previously unbeaten Honeybaked squad.
The MVP in this game were for Honeybaked # 35 the goalie Trevor Hill and for Maitland also their goalie # 30 Troy Coulte.
Good job Maitland
The BluewaterSharks 2004 team was coached by Darrin Rogers, Lance Marcy, Dan Lavender, Jim Fogerty and Perry Lawrence and Dino Ferrera, and a side note they lost to Maitland 2 to 1 the eventual Champions, good job boys
The 2005 Division was the youngest to be featured and had 10 teams compete
The BluewaterSharks in this division had a record of 2 Wins and 2 losses and failed to advance to Sunday’s semi’s and finals.
Friday their 1st game started on a losing note as they went down to defeat to the Polar Ice Hockey team from Detroit area by a score of 6 to 1, this was followed by a victory over the Southwest Jets from London by a 3 to 1 count.
Saturday they faced the HTA Lightning team and easily won 6- 2 before being themselves beaten quite handily by the Pro Tips Jr. Nationals from London and thus ended their tournament weekend.
Teams advancing to Sundays semi-finals were
Regional Express who won their game over Polar Ice Hockey in a surprising easy victory of 9 to 1.
In the other semi final The Warrior Wizards from Detroit edged out the Pro Tips team by a 3 to 1 margin.
This set up the finals match up for the 2005 between the Regional Express team from Brantford and the Detroit Warrior Wizards and in a thrilling finally the Regional express team beat the Warrior Wizards by a 6 to 5 count in Overtime
The MVP’s were # 9 Roman Wainright for the Wizards and for the champion Regional team it was # 7 Hunter Dicky
Congrats to the Regional Team
The Bluewatersharks in the 2005 division were coached by Cory Pageau.
Thanks to all the teams for a thrilling weekend
The 2004 and 2003 Bluewater Sharks teams travelled to Collingwood for a tournament May 25-27/12
Unfortunately both received the same fate and were knocked out on Sunday in the semi-finals
The 2003 had 3 wins and 1 loss in their 1st 4 games, losing their 1st game to the Toronto Aces 6-1 they followed this loss with 3 straight wins beating Regional Express 4-1, Thumping Collingwood thunder 8-0 and nipping the Kitchener Edge team 5-3, then they met their old rivals Maitland Ice Sharks who had beat them in the semi-finals in Stratford 2 weeks before by a score of 4-1 and the boys and unfortunately this tournament had the same outcome.
The 2003 had 2 wins and 2 losses in the round robin portion, they started the tournament with a 4-3 loss to Regional Express east, then bounced back winning their next 2 games
beating Collingwood Thunder easily by a score of 8-0 and then beating the Regional West team 4-1 later in the evening.
They had to play their scheduled 4th game at the early hour of 7 am and lost to the Green Gloves team. They made it to the semi’s and lost to the Regional Express West team who they had beat the day before 4-1 this time losing 4-1 and were left packing for home, but also reaching the semi-final in both their tournaments entered , as they also were eliminated in their 1st tournament in Kingston in the semi-finals.
The 2004 team is coached by Head Coach Darrin Rogers and Assistant Coaches Lance Marcy, Mike Fogerty, Dan Lavender, Perry Lawrence and Trainer Dino Ferrera
2003 Team is Coached By Daryl Moore, Brad McLean and Daryl Foster
Both the 2003 and 2004 have done well to date and will be in action this up-coming weekend June 1-3/2012 at their local tournament. Also taking part will be the 2005 Bluewater Sharks team coached by Cory Pageau, who have a Glacier Pointe Championship to their credit.
Good luck to all Shark teams this coming weekend!!! There will 26 teams so come support some local hockey.
Results from May 18-19-20
The Bluewater Sharks hosted their 4th tournament of the year this past weekend featuring the 2001 and 2002 divisions
In the 2001 division saw 10 teams competing with 2 local teams being featured called the Vision Green and the Vision White. The Vision White team failed to advance out of the round robin and ended the round robin with a 0-4 recorded.They Lost to Victory Honda 4-0 , then another loss to the Detroit Red Wing team by a score of 5-0, their next game saw them put up a better fight against the eventual Champs a team called Power Tech losing to them by a score of 5-3 and the last game also saw they lose by an identical 5-3 score to a team called Quick Feet Hockey
The Vision Green team had a better outcome as they went through the round robin undefeated with wins 5-0 over Victory Honda Selects followed by a 7-1 win over Xcelerate Hockey, they followed these 2 wins with 2 more against Maitland Ice Sharks 7-2 and then beating the Mississauga Tiger 3-1
Thus they advance to semi-final play on Sunday by beating the Detroit Red Wing squad by a score of 3 to 2 in a nail biter, Then in the finals they lost to a power house team called Power Tech, but only by a 5-3 score
In the 2002 Division local teams were the Bluewater Sharks and Vision Hockey green
The bluewater Sharks had a tough weekend losing all 4 games with their closest game being a 5 -1 loss to the Vision Green team
The Vision Green team went through the round robin with a record of 1 win 1 loss and 2 ties
Both local teams failed to advance to Sunday final which saw the Xcelerate team go home the victors defeating the Detroit Stars team by a score of 3-1
The Bluewater Shark (2005’s) Tykes were crowned Champions at the Port Huron Spring Challenge Hockey Tournament over the weekend. The Sharks avenged a previous loss and defeated the Port Huron Flags 7 – 4 to capture the title. The Sharks trailed 4-3 entering the 3rd period before scoring two shorthanded goals and an empty netter to seal the victory.
Brayden DeGelas led the attack with 5 goals. Bo Doxtator and Landon Buckingham picked up singles. Garrett Pearce and Adam Osler each had two assists while Alex Cannon, Nolan Mumford, Jaxon Priddle, Ryan Pageau, Aaron Highfield, Tre Altiman, Ryan Vidler, and Tyler Jaques each had one assist. Carter La Rocque came up with key saves in the win. Hardest workers of the game went to DeGelas and La Rocque.
During Round Robin play the Sharks went 2 wins and 1 loss, before advancing to the Championship game. Game 1 saw the Sharks defeat the Fraser Falcons 12 – 1. Scoring for the Sharks were DeGelas and Vidler with three, Altiman with two and singles from Pearce, Mumford and Priddle. Assists went to Pearce with four, Vidler with three, DeGelas, Altiman, Priddle with two and Pageau, Doxtator, Jaques, Buckingham and Osler one each. La Rocque picked up the win between the pipes. Hardest Worker awards went to Doxtator and Vidler.
The Sharks were beaten 14 – 6 by the Port Huron Flags during the second round robin game. DeGelas replied with 5 goals while Doxtator picked up a single. DeGelas earned hardest worker of the game award.
Game three had the Sharks bouncing back with an 11 – 2 victory over the Bluewater Stars. DeGelas continued his solid tournament with 7 goals. Altiman chipped in with two goals while Cannon and Mumford picked up singles. Buckingham had two assists and Pearce, Priddle, Pageau, Vidler and Jaques picked up an assist each. La Rocque earned the victory in net. Player of the game award went to Adam Osler and Jaxon Priddle.
The Sharks travel to Toronto next weekend to compete in the Canlan Future Stars Tournament
We would like to thank Alex Galchenyuk From the Sarnia Sting ( upcoming First round Draft pick) for taking the time to present an autographed picture of himself to the MVP of our 1999 division champs Luke Boca #21 of Honeybaked.
The Bluewatersharks wrapped up their 3rd tournament this past weekend May 11-13/2012 featuring the 2000 and 1999 Age groups
Two local area teams were in action this past weekend in the 1999 age bracket saw a local squad named Buzz Hockey and were coached by “AAA” coach Mike Pageau go through the
Round Robin portion of the Tournament with a record of 1 win and 3 loss , beating The Danny Boys from Indianapolis by a score of 5 to 2 , but losing their other 3 games to Honey baked 2-1
and losing 3 to 2 to the xcelerate team, both of these teams met in the Finals, so a job well done for the local boys, they also lost in round robin to the Detroit Motor City Hitmen by a score of 7 to 3. Just a mention of our Sharks team that went 0-4 better luck next time.
In the 2000 division a local team was featured called the Lambton Selects coached by Paul Hurtibise and they went through the round robin with a record of 2 wins and 2 losses and failed to advance to Sundays play because of the point system which failed them by 1 point
Their scores were a loss to Saginaw Spirit 1-0, winning their next 2 games 5-0 over Chicago Blues and 7 to 1 over the Michigan Ice Hawks, they lost their final game to the Dynamo Harrow the eventual champions by a score of 2-1
The finals Sunday in the 2000 age Bracket saw the Dynamo Harrows team out of Niagara Fall come out victorious over the Saginaw Spirit in Overtime by a score of 2 to 1
MVP. for Dynamo Harrow was # 98 Daylon Groulx and the MVP for the Saginaw spirit was # 35 Terrey Slasor the Goaltender
The second final the 1999 age group also went to Overtime with the same score 2 to 1 and the winners were the Detroit Honeybaked team edging the Xcelerate Hockey team out of the London/Dorchester Area
The MVP for the winning Honeybaked team was # 12 Luke Boca and he was presented with a autograph picture of Alex Galchenyuk and experience the pleasure of having Alex present the MVP personally to the winner
The MVP for Xcelerate was # 1 the goaltender Carter Pearen
Thanks Alex for giving back, by taking the time out of your day to make these kids feel important on their journey upwards to the pros.
The weekend of May 4-6, 2012 saw the local Midget Shark team go undefeated in there local tournament. Ending a successful weekend by defeating the Port Huron Flags 4-1. The team is coached by Scott Alkins.
Congrats to all the players and the staff.
The Bluewater Sharks hosted their 1st ever Adult Recreational Weekend and the results are as follows:
In the Mens Division a local team called Triple Dekers took on a team from Sudbury and the local team came out the victors by a score of 7 to 4.
It was the 1st Annual 19 & Up recreational tournament for men and next year will feature a 19 & Up Category and a 35 & Up Category.
In the Women 3rd annual 19 & Up Recreational division the team called Johnny Trumps repeated as Champions for the 2nd straight year
The Tournament Featured 7 teams in the Women’s Division and score in the semi-finals were
Cougars 5 Wolf Pack 1 Johnny Trumps 5 Cranks from Michigan 0
The finals score was
Johnny Trumps beating the Cougars by a score of 5 to 1