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Barons Beat Flyers, Lose to Bulldogs



The Hanover Barons beat the Goderich Flyers 5-2 in Goderich on Saturday night after they had lost to the Kincardine Bulldogs 3-1 on Friday night at the P&H Centre.

On Friday night in front of an enthusiastic crowd of 380 the Barons fell behind the Bulldogs late in the first period on a goal by Bulldog Jordan Bell. Captain Denver Hill tied the game at 6:40 of the second period assisted by Wendel Cameron and Tanner Mighton. The game remained tied until the 13:34 mark of the final period when Zach Freiburger scored for Kincardine. Patrick Weijak added an empty net goal for the 3-1 final.

Shots on goal favoured Kincardine 29-24 and neither team scored on their power plays. There were only six penalties in the game with each teams having three minor penalties. Hanover’s player of the game was goalie Michael Ratchford who played very well in net for the Barons.

In Goderich at the Maitland Recreational Centre on Saturday night there was no scoring in the opening period but at 4:05 of the second the Flyers took the lead on a short-handed goal by Noah Kuno. Thirty-one seconds later the Barons 16 year old rookie Noah Johnson tied the game assisted by Jarrett Kuntz. At 8:23 defenseman Derek Williams scored his first goal as a Baron assisted by Justin Graham and Jarrett Kuntz. Goderich again tied it up on a goal by Trent Michie only to have new comer Branden Bedminster get the lead back for the Barons assisted by Tanner Mighton and Justin Graham. In the third period the Barons did play some improved hockey and were able to add a pair of goals for the 5-2 win. Noah Johnson notched his second of the game on a power play assisted by Brodie Lemay and Justin Graham and Jarrett Kuntz got a very good unassisted goal. Cody van der Heide played very well in net for Hanover stopping 35 of 37 shots. Hanover was three for five on their power plays and Goderich was held scoreless on their four power play opportunities.

The Barons next home game is Friday September 25 at the P&H Centre at 8:00 when the Barons do battle with the Walkerton Hawks.

Barons Split Games with Goderich & Mount Forest


                The Hanover Barons opened their OHA Western Junior “C” season with a convincing 8-1 win over Goderich and a 3-1 loss to the Mount Forest Patriots

                In Mount Forest on Saturday night the two teams played scoreless hockey in the first period. Thirteen seconds into the second period Doug Costanzo scored for Mount Forest. Midway through the period Justin Graham tied it up for the Barons assisted by Jarrett Kuntz and Brodie LeMay. In the third Doug Costanzo scored twice for the Patriots giving Mount Forest the win and getting the natural hat-trick. Neither team scored on their power play opportunities with the Barons going 0 for 5 and the Patriots 0 for 8.

                At the P&H Centre on Friday night the Barons opened the scoring at 2:35 of the first period when Jarrett Kuntz scored assisted by Justin Graham and rookie defenseman Carson Ivel. Tyler Loucks and Justin Graham added a goal each in the opening period for a three goal lead. Assists went to Cole Leslie, Greg Buchanan, Brodie LeMay and Jarrett Kuntz. All three first period goals were power play goals with the Barons going 5 for 5 on the power play in the game.

                In the second Brodie LeMay had two goals for the Barons as well as Cole Leslie for a 6-0 lead at the end of the second. Assists went to Jarrett Kuntz with two and Greg Buchanan, Derek Williams, and Tyler Loucks with one each. 

                Greg Buchanan made it 7-0 at the 0:40 mark of the third period assisted by Tyler Loucks and Branden Bedminster. The Goderich Flyers broke Cody van der Heide’s bid for a shutout at 4:40 when Chase Duckworth scored for Goderich. Defenseman Tanner Mighton added the final goal at 15:27 assisted by Tyler Loucks and Branden Bedminster for the 8-1 final.

                Shots on goal were 47-47 with Hanover goalie Cody Van der Heide playing very well stopping 46 of 47 shots. As identified earlier the Barons were a perfect 5 for 5 on the power play with Goderich going 0 for 6.

                The Barons next home game is Friday, September 18 at 8:00 when the Kincardine Bulldogs take- on the Hanover Barons at the P&H Centre. 

Barons Kids Club

It's that time of year again!!!  The Barons are happy to announce we are offering Kids Club and Birthday Parties to our young fans again this season!!  

The Barons Kids Club provides unique gifts and great opportunities for its members including a Free entry package, Skate with the flag, and so much more!!  You will receive 4 free game admissions this season, each time you hand in your ticket your name is entered into a year end draw for a Hockey Stick signed by the Barons and Back this year ~ End of year draw for a laptop donated by Healthy Computers $500 value ALSO End of year draw for a Child's RESP sponsor donation!  

Sign up early so you can make it to all the Kids Club games!  All information can be found under FAN ZONE

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