The third day of the 29th Annual Lake Shore Savings Bank Invitational Hockey Tournament - hosted by the Northern Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association - took place on Sunday at the Steele Hall Ice Arena. Below are the day's results.
Canandaigua Knights 4,
OBSERVER?Photo by Lisa Monacelli
NCCYHA?Steelers player Jared Glowniak, right, contends for the opening faceoff of the Pee Wee Division title game against the Tri-County Eagles, during the 29th Annual Lake Shore Savings Bank Invitational Hockey?Tournament at the Steele Hall Ice Arena.
Photos at left and right by Lisa Monacelli, Photo in middle submitted
Pictured above, at left, is NCCYHA?Steelers player Zach Korzeniewski skating up the ice during his team’s game at the 29th Annual Lake Shore Savings Bank Invitational Hockey Tournament, on Sunday, at the Steele Hall Ice Arena. Pictured in the middle is Matt Sheridan, center, who was named the 2014 recipient of the Mark Steger Award. With Sheridan are his father, Rod, left, and Shawn Fadale, president of the Northern Chautauqua County Youth Hockey Association. Pictured above, at right, is the Steelers’ Ethan Brunner working hard in front of the net during the second period of his team’s game.
Amherst Knights 0
Canandaigua scored two goals in the second and two more in the third to take down Amherst in House Select-Travel A Midget Division action.
Neale Van Stralen had a pair of goals for the Knights while Ryan Mack and Jeremy Trillaud also found the back of the net in the win. Assists went to Nicholas Colucci, David Frelier, Lucas Ruckle and Jeffrey Frelier.
NCCYHA Steelers 3,
Hamburg Hawks 1
Scoring for the host Steelers in its 3-1 House Select-Travel A Midget Division win over the Hawks were Tom Howlett, Nick Walter and Dean Campese. Assists went to Justin Price, Tim Ryan, Adam Dziduch, Josh Crane and Andrew Chillemi.
Scoring for the Hawks was Derek Dorr, with an assist going to Matt Morano.
NCCYHA Steelers 5, Erie Lions 3
The Steelers scored two goals in the first, two more in the second and one in the third to pick up the win over the Lions in House Select-Travel A Squirt Division contest.
Ikaika Wojcinski had the hat trick in the win for the Steelers while Alex Rush and Kinnan Finnegan also scored. Tate Olson had a pair of assists while Wojcinski picked up a helper on Finnegan's goal, which came in the second period.
Scoring for the Lions were Austin Guzowski, J.J. George and Logan Williams. Assists were credited to William McBrier and Getano DiValerio.
Hamburg Hawks 3,
Aurora Ice 0
The Hawks received goals from Miles Schoenfield, Kyle Kuczkowski and Robert Johnson while assists went to Nick Thompson (two), Andrew Bigelow, Neven Tanevski, Jacob Eschberger and Shaelyn Szabata.
Tri-County Eagles 6,
NCCYHA Steelers 2
The Tri-County Eagles scored two first-period goals, one in the second and three in the third in skating to the House Select-Travel A Pee Wee Division title over the host Steelers.
Dylan Rippe and John Pilan scored two goals each in the win while teammates Seamus Parker and Colby Egan scored the other goals. Assists went to Rippe, Matt Sajim (two) and James Hapeman.
Goals for the Steelers were scored by Connor Daniels and Austin Rott, with an assist going to Rott on Daniels' goal.
NCCYHA Steelers 6,
Canandaigua Knights 0
Dean Campese recorded the hat trick while Trevor Grupa, Nick Walter and Adam Dziduch also scored as the Steelers cruised to the House Select-Travel A Midget Division title over the Knights.
Assists were credited to Dziduch (three), Walter (two), Ryan Meredith, Michael Paradis, Campese, David Woloszyn, Josh Crane and Grupa.
Hamburg Hawks 3,
NCCYHA Steelers 2
The Hawks edged the Steelers for the House Select-Travel A Bantam title after receiving goals from Ryan Thompson, Colin May and Ryan Coffman. Assists were credited to May, Jeremy Marszelak and Bryan Solinski.
The Steelers' goals were scored by Michael Meredith and Christopher Buchanan, with assists going to Meredith and Luke Mleczko.