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Erin Mills Town Centre Preview: February 14-17

February 13, 2014
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February 13, 2014 – Ontario Hockey League (OHL) Mississauga Steelheads

MISSISSAUGA, ON –  Coming off a week that saw the Steelheads pick up another win, the team will look ahead to Family Day Weekend and some familiar faces. With the regular season starting to wind down, the young Steelheads have found scoring and leadership from a number of different sources – all of these will be relied on as Mississauga pushes towards the end of the regular season and into the playoffs.

First up for the Trout will be the first team to ever oppose the Steelheads, and home of former Steelhead Scott Teskey, the Kitchener Rangers. Currently sitting five points back of the final playoff spot in the West, Kitchener will be looking to avenge a 4-1 loss at the hands of Mississauga earlier this season.

The Steelheads will return home for a Family Day matinee on Monday, as Trevor Carrick returns to the Hershey Centre for the first time since being dealt to the Sudbury Wolves at the trade deadline. It will be the final matchup between the Steelheads and Wolves this season, with Sudbury holding a slight 3-2 advantage so far this season. It will be the Wolves’ third game in four nights after hosting the Windsor Spitfire and visiting the Niagara IceDogs before rolling into Mississauga.

LAST GAME

February 9, 2014

Steelheads Fall Short in Pink at the Rink Game

Coming off a big win on Friday night against the Windsor Spitfires, the Steelheads played host to the Ottawa 67’s in their second annual Pink at the Rink game in a Sunday afternoon showdown.  Wearing their commemorative pink jerseys, the Steelheads hit the ice looking to take an important two points from the 67’s.  It was the 67’s who would strike first, however, as Dante Salituro pounced on a lose puck in front of the net and snuck one underneath the glove of a downed Spencer Martin.  Despite a number of quality scoring chances by the Steelheads, the score remained 1-0 heading into the break.  As the teams came out in the second, it was once again the 67’s scoring first as Brendan Bell finished off a nice passing play with Salituro, giving the 67’s a two goal lead.  Not to be outdone, the Steelheads would storm back as Bryson Cianfrone set up Josh Burnside with a nifty “between-the-legs” pass, cutting the lead in half.  Late in the period, the Steelheads were at it again as Andrew Goldberg snapped a shot from the high slot, beating 67’s goaltender Philippe Trudeau high glove, tying the game at two.  The third period saw chances for both sides, but the 67’s would eventually break the tie as Travis Konecny scored on a great individual effort. Ottawa would add an empty-netter to wrap up the win. 

January 10, 2014

Steelheads Stopped in Sudbury

The Steelheads rolled into Sudbury Community Arena for a showdown that saw two players, Mississauga’s Stefan LeBlanc and Sudbury’s Trevor Carrick, match-up against their former teammates only two days after being traded.  The Steelheads started the game with a very high level of intensity as they played a physical game and generated several good choices chances early on.  Unfortunately for the Trout, it was the Wolves that would strike first when Nicholas Baptiste sprung loose on a shorthanded-breakaway, and made no mistake, giving the Wolves a 1-0 lead.  The Wolves would continue to press as former Steelhead Trevor Carrick found Matthew Campagna all alone in front of the net, redirecting the pass past Martin, giving the Wolves a two-goal lead.  Sudbury would add another goal late in the period increasing their lead by three heading into the break.  In the second, the Steelheads would find themselves in some penalty trouble, but Martin and the penalty-killing units were up to the challenge.  After killing off several penalties, the Steelheads would catch a break on a power play of their own when Jared Walsh snapped a shot from the point beating a screened Franky Palazzese, pulling the Trout back within two.  In the end, the Wolves would prove to be too strong as they would eventually walk away with a 4-2 win over their divisional rivals.

November 3, 2013

Steelheads Shine on Streetsville Hockey Day

Riding a three-game winning streak, the Steelheads played host to the Kitchener Rangers in a Sunday afternoon showdown.  Led by the players, coaches, and parents of the Streetsville Hockey League, the crowd showed their support for the home team right from the drop of the puck.  Despite having several quality scoring chances, it was the Rangers who struck first when Justin Bailey forced a turnover deep in Steelheads territory and scored his fourth goal on the season to give the visitors an early lead.  However, the second period would bring some positive things for the Steelheads as Josh Burnside wasted no time as he would score just two minutes into the period, knotting the game up at one.  Just over a minute later, Sam Babintsev got into the action as he snapped a shot just over the glove the Rangers goaltender, Jordan DeKort.  Spencer Martin was solid between the pipes stopping all 10 of Kitchener’s shots in the frame.  The third period was much of the same as the second as the Steelheads’ Andrew Goldberg would score two goals of his own, helping the Trout to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Rangers, and the teams’ fourth straight win.  Goldberg’s three point night (2 goals, 1 assist) would earn him first star honours.

NOTABLES

Kitchener ‘s Scott Teskey was originally drafted in the first round (21st overall) of the 2011 OHL Priority Selection by Mississauga. Through 98 games over two seasons with Mississauga, Teskey notched 7 goals and 7 assists, also playing 2 games in the playoffs for Mississauga. He was dealt to Kitchener in exchange for tenth-round pick in the 2015 OHL Priority Selection on July 2, 2013

Sudbury ‘s Trevor Carrick was originally drafted in the fifth round (85th overall) of the 2010 OHL Priority Selection by Mississauga. Through 165 games over two and a half seasons with Mississauga, Carrick scored 32 goals and added 49 assists, with an additional 3 points in 12 playoff games. The Carolina Hurricanes pick was traded along with Bradley Bell on January 9, 2013 for Stefan LeBlanc and four draft picks.

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