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Published by samhossack78, 2018-12-17 18:38:06

12-22-18 Gameday Program

12-22-18 Program

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LAST CHANCE TO BOOK! Escorted by GALAPAGOS ISLANDS Escorted by
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11 LEAGUE Petes Acquire
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OFFICIAL GAMEDAY PROGRAM PAGE 3

FAST FACTS

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Last Five Years vs OTT on home ice: 8-6-0-1

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Today’s game is the third of seven meetings between the Petes and 67’s this season.

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make his Petes debut. The defenceman, who leads all league blue liners in points

and assists, will wear number 25.

Ottawa will be without Sasha Chemevski (third in team scoring) and Michael Ky

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Liam Kirk will face two fellow Arizona Coyotes prospects in Ottawa defencemen

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Ottawa has two skaters in the top ten in league scoring - Tye Felhaber (37-18--55)
and Austen Keating (12-34--36).

PAGE 4 OFFICIAL GAMEDAY PROGRAM

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A hockey team isn’t defined solely by the members of its hockey operations but
includes its community of fans, sponsors, and supporters that often come in the

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ntoalsotkhnoewngtharomuegh?out the arena and by past Petes as ‘The Deacon’. An active

member of the Peterborough and District Sports Hall of Fame, Pearson has been a
memorable figure among the Memorial Centre since the the Petes’ 1956 inaugural
year.

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ad had had me on skates , I think i was

nly about 3 years old and he was taking me

ut to local skates and he would just drag

e around the ice.

CONTINUED ON PAGE 8 PAGE 5

OFFICIAL GAMEDAY PROGRAM

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SPONSORS

- JIM WILSON CHEVORLET , BUICK , GMC

- SPORTS MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION

- COCKBURN REFIGERATION

- CHAMPLAIN READY MIX

- EAST SIDE MARIOS
- TOPS PIZZA

- GWS LOGISTICS - KELSEY'S

- HD SUPPLY - PEAK PERFORMANCE

- HURONIA MACHINE SERVICE

- TELFORD PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

- McLean & Dickey Insurance

- Marine Insurance

- Mid Ontario Disposal

- Desjardins Insurance

- Team Micks

- Orillia Bakery & Deli
- The Water St-orSekate Sharpening by Doug

TEAM LEADERS

SCHOMBERG

GP - 27 (Owen Hellemann)TEAM
GP W L OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA PIM LAST 10

1 OTTAWA 67’S 7-2-0-1
8-1-1-0
G - 16 (Alex Cordeiro)2 NIAGARA ICEDOGS 8-2-0-0
34 25 5 3 1 54 .794 139 92 411 6-4-0-0
32 20 7 5 0 45 .703 139 92 347 6-4-0-0
1-8-1-0
A - 15 (Alex Cordeiro)3 SUDBURY WOLVES 4-5-1-0
31 21 8 1 1 44 .710 111 91 409 4-6-0-0
3-7-0-0
4 OSHAWA GENERALS 33 20 11 2 0 42 .636 127 96 391 4-6-0-0
PTS - 31 (Alex Cordeiro)5 PETERBOROUGH PETES 32 18 14 0 0 36 .563 105 100 341

PIM - 130 (Cam Robinson)6 MISSISSAUGA STEELHEADS 32 15 14 3 0 33 .516 107 113 321
7 HAMILTON BULLDOGS 34 15 17 2 0 32 .471 118 132 374

PPG - 6 (Owen Hellemann)8 BARRIE COLTS
32 15 16 1 0 31 .484 117 110 445

9 NORTH BAY BATTALION 33 13 18 1 1 28 .424 109 139 390

10 KINGSTON FRONTENACS 33 10 22 1 0 21 .318 88 135 353

ORILLIA

GP - 26 (Matt Priest)TEAM
GP W L OTL SOL PTS PCT GF GA PIM LAST 10

G - 20 (Corey Miller)1 LONDON KNIGHTS 8-1-0-1
30 22 5 2 1 47 .783 130 77 348 7-2-1-0
6-4-0-0
2 SOO GREYHOUNDS 34 21 8 4 1 47 .691 140 112 354 7-2-0-1
5-4-0-1
A - 19 (Jake Beard)3 OWEN SOUND ATTACK 6-4-0-0
33 19 11 1 2 41 .621 119 114 365 3-6-1-0
2-7-1-0
1 2 39 .609 124 119 270 4-6-0-0
3 4 39 .609 129 113 327 1-8-1-0
4 SAGINAW SPIRIT

PTS - 31 (Corey Miller)5 GUELPH STORM
32 18 11
32 16 9

PIM - 86 (Alex Henry)6 SARNIA STING
35 16 15 2 2 36 .514 151 152 400

7 WINDSOR SPITFIRES 33 14 16 2 1 31 .470 103 109 295
PPG - 9 (Corey Miller)8 KITCHENER RANGERS
33 13 17 3 0 29 .439 106 132 286

9 ERIE OTTERS 32 13 18 1 0 27 .422 109 139 301

10 FLINT FIREBIRDS 34 3 29 2 0 8 .118 87 188 348

OFFICIAL GAMEDAY PROGRAM PAGE 7

Continued from Page 5

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to university came back at Christmas time and said, “We’re going to the hockey

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ahins dhomyeotowunrteafma. m“Wielhyad?Wayne Connelly, who was a guy who was every bit

as good as Frank in his day. He was an outstanding player with the Petes.”

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one of those things that you dream of and I

really trained hard the summer before to get

ready and it paid off"

QUESTION 3: As a native of Orillia was it an
easy choice to come back home to play when
you were done in the OHL?

"Ya know what its one of those things It's a
biRRtooggeeorrf’NseAiblrsmoonytahrriveId tomethae nPeteIrbowroougrhkPeedtes rine1a96l6laynd qhuaicrklydfortmoed a
gebtondiwnitth oPeatrshone. “WOhHenLRoigetr cawmaeshne 'antd I weearesdyiscubsesinignthge aapproach to
smcaoalclhiengrhocgkueyy, I hbadustomeIqulesetiaonrs nfoer hdim aandlheowtasfalrwaoyms a mguyy who had

time for you. From those early discussions, I became one of Roger’s army, you

comaigchht ceasll usa, bnedcausteethaemremwaastaewsholae nbadtchIof'ums.” hoping to bring

that here so hopefully I can bring that here
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simnecnteor atnhd ebecTomreaavteealcwhear.yAss "is the nature of junior hockey, there was no

shortage of things that needed to get crossed off of Roger and the club’s daily to do
lists. That’s where Pete came in.

CONTINUECDontiOnuNed RonIPGaHgeT13SIDE OF PAGE

PAGE 8 OFFICIAL GAMEDAY PROGRAM

QUESTION 4:Recently you applied to be a
volunteer with the Big Brother & Big
Sisters program , What made you decide
to volunteer?

"When I was in the OHL I was involved
when we would go on school visits and I
really enjoyed it as it was one of my
favourite parts of being in the OHL.Now
being back here with a lot of guys
either in school or at work we don't
really have that opportunity so I took
it upon myself to go out and volunteer
to help give back to the kids in the
community"

THE ORILLIA TERRIERS WOULD ALSO LIKE TO
CONGRATULATE KYLE ON BEING ACCEPTED
INTO LAKEHEAD UNIVERSITY!! CONGRATS
KYLE AND BEST OF LUCK!!!

ORILLIA TERRIERS JUNIOR C HOCKEY CLUB

7 Kyle Fischer F

8 Christopher Brown D
F
C9 Jacob Beard D
Dooley
10 Ayden

11 Cameron Weeks D
Priest D
A 12 Matthew King F

A 14 Owen

A 16 Corey Miller F
17 Joshua Linzner D

18 Kobe Roe F

19 Alex Henry F

22 Ben Schryer D/F

24 Keegan Foster F

25 Calan Tanzi-Foshay F

26 Joshua Brown F

27 Jason Cumbo G
30 Cameron Plante G

71 Luke Charlebois F

78 Nicholas Holenski F

91 Jacob Linzner F

93 Kyle Heitzner F HEAD COACH Dallyn Telford
ASSISTANT COACH Joel Wigle
AP Zane Morris F ASSISTANT COACH Jason Hooper
AP Ben Hofstteter D GENERAL MANAGER
Andrew McDonald
AP Noah Mountain F TRAINER Danielle Quinto

AP Travis Sawyer F

ORILLIA TERRIERS SPECIAL TEAMS

GAME NOTES POWERPLAY

OPPONENT LINEUP SHO

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ASSISTANT COACH
17 VICE PRESIDENT
GENERAL MANAGER
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