Carolina Premier Hockey-Week in Review

Read more from Troy Schwab and others with Carolina Premier Hockey on their productive weekend with some previews for what’s coming next. Everyone is building towards nationals and this was another important week in that process.

“10UA: Weekend Off

10UAA: The 10UAA team traveled to Cleveland, OH this weekend to play the Cleveland Barons AA teams and closed out the weekend 3-1.  CPH was 1-1 after 2 games against the 2012AA Black team on Saturday and 2-0 after 2 games against the 2013AA Black team on Sunday.   With a CPH team of both 2012 and 2013 players and only 9 skaters, it was a full team effort. Miles 2G, Sulenkov 1G/2A, Burns 3G/2A, Agena 2A, Riemer 6G, Johnston 2G/4A, Sevigny 1A.

12UA: The 12UA had a tough weekend falling twice to the Lynchburg Coyotes. The team fought hard with no quit. Joseph Waskom and Cameron Hargreaves came home with the Earn It Belt. Stand out performances from Ellie Picard, Adelaide Srey, and Connor Kubitz, who happened to net back to back goals with in 20 seconds of each other in the third period of the second game. The team is looking forward to a great week of training before facing their next CHL opponent at home again next weekend.

12UAA: Weekend Off

16UAA: The 16UAA played the NC Golden Bears for 2 CHL league games over the weekend. Losing on Saturday night 7-0 the team would respond with a much better effort on Sunday morning before ultimately losing 6-2. Landon Arnold and Nick Camp were the goal scorers. The team has continued to make steps and progress in their development. Very encouraged by a much better effort and showing on Sunday morning. 

18UAA: The 18U AA played host to the NC Golden Bears for 2 CHL League games as well. A pair of ties over the weekend with a 2-2 sore on Saturday and a 3-3 score on Sunday morning. Aiden Jones had 2 goals, Jeremiah Campbell had one, Cole Wright had one, and Landon Massey had one. Head Coach Bill Bredin said “I’m proud of the way our boys rebounded from some adversity. They stuck together, battled hard and played with passion all weekend, ultimately earning two points. I believe the result is something we can build on going forward. As a team were just taking it one game at a time.”

11UAAA: Jon De Castro talked in great detail about the team’s work in St Louis this weekend, and how they got better. He said “

The 2011 team made a trip to St Louis for a 5-game weekend against Carshield and the Jr Blues. They finished 0-4-1 with a very short bench of 9 skaters, but not short on heart or effort. A few were there in time to watch the NHL Blues practice. They were in awe of how quickly they were able to move pucks around and create open space. 

Standout: Jacob Hinckley (G) rebounded in net and put together solid performances Saturday in a start and in relief in Game 2 that day vs the St Louis Jr Blues.

In the first game Friday night against Carshield AAA, Kaiden Auch preserved a tie in net in a fast-paced game with end-to-end action. After an early goal, he shut them out the last 2 periods to include a barrage in the final minutes. 

Saturday opened with a tough loss against Carshield and then a trip to play the Jr Blues. Before the game, the team was able to view D-1 College Hockey close up as Lindenwood and Air Force were playing just before the 2011’s. They were wowed by how fast the game is at that level. The top 20 nationally ranked Blues moved quickly and jumped to an 8-1 lead heading into the 3nd period, but the team showed incredible heart with 4 goals to cut it to 8-5. The 9-5 final was closer than the score indicated and was a testament to their resiliency. 

The team wrapped up Sunday with 2 additional games that resulted in tough setbacks, but the experience for the short-benched 2011’s (and conditioning) will prove valuable as the season moves along. 

The team will now have several weeks of practice to build upon before heading to Rochester, NY in mid-November.”

13UAAA: The 2009 CPH U13 Team went up against the 14UAA Triad Storm in two matches on Saturday October 15, 2022. The team lost game one 3 – 0 in a very physical game that saw numerous penalties by both teams. CPH struggled to generate offense and ended up getting shutout. 

The nightcap saw a much better performance by CPH.  The team posted 7 goals and gave up 3 in the victory, which saw the home team pretty much dominate all phases of the game.  Ella Wojtowicz stood tall in net, stopping 27 of 30 shots.  The scoring was led by Nolan Schooley with 3, Nathan Pownell with 2, Braden Ayers and Mitch Andrew netted one each.  Other notable performances included the continued steady and physical play by Emerson Bozak on defense where he’s making his presence known to anyone who attempts to enter the zone.  Asher Lutarewych is also contributing on defense with consistent, dependable play.  On offense, John Sisit’s effort shows game in and game out why he’s the captain.  Baylor Sendler has shown a lot of growth over the past few games and is developing into player the coach can trust.

14UAAA: Team had the weekend off. They will be leaving at the end of the week and traveling to Detroit for the CCM Detroit Motown Tournament. In Detroit, they will be playing Belle Tire, Marquette Jr. Wildcats, and Cheektowaga Warriors in the Round Robin Play.”

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