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MILESTONE WIN FOR COACH AS WAXERS DEFEAT VAUGHAN VIPERS
Torres scored twice, including the winner, as the Waxers travelled to
Vaughan Monday night and came away with a 4-2 victory. The win was
the Waxers 30th of the season and was the 250th Regular Season victory of Coach Russ
Herrington's career. [recap]
STYMIED BY PANTHER GOALTENDER IN PICKERING
to Pickering for the final meeting of the two with the Panthers breathing
down Markham's necks in the standings, the Waxers ran into a hot
goaltender and although peppering 50 shots on net, came away on the wrong
end of a 4-3 decision. [recap]
GAULEY - WAXERS SWEEP LEGIONAIRES IN SEASON SERIES
by Leiland Gauley's two goals and two assists, defeated the visiting
Oshawa Legionaires by a 7-3 count in their final meeting to sweep the
regular season series 4-0. [recap]
REBOUND WITH SOLID ROAD VICTORY IN COTTAGE COUNTRY
swept the season series with the Huntsville Muskoka Otters as they made
their one and only trip of the year to Otterland and came home victors by
a 7-3 score. David Kostuch
bagged the first two of the game as the Waxers never trailed all game. [recap]
AND DOWN WAXERS DOWN AGAIN AS COLLINGWOOD TAKES IMPORTANT TWO
For the third
time is as many weeks, the Waxers follow up a Friday night win with a
weekend loss as the Collingwood Blues came to town and took two points
from Markham, by a 4-2 score. The Blues simply wanted it more than
the Waxers in what has become a frustratingly constant event. [recap]
AND AXEMEN COMBINE FOR A MARKHAM FIRST (WE ASSUME)
final meeting of the year between the two teams, Markham defeated visiting
Ajax by a convincing 12-0 score. It marks the first time that
Markham has ever scored more goals than the opposition had players in the
lineup. Trevor O'Neill
earned his 4th shutout of the season, and second consecutive, stopping 12
MORRIS SELECTED AS SOUTH DIVISION MOST IMPROVED PLAYER
are excited to announce that second year defenceman Nathan Morris has been
selected by the South Division General Managers as the Most Improved
Player for the 2004-05 season. Congratulations Nathan!
GAULRAPP TO REPRESENT MARKHAM AT OPJAHL ALL-STAR GAME
are pleased to announce that winger Joel
Gaulrapp has been selected to partake in this year's OPJAHL All-Star
Game as a member of the South-East All-stars. The All-Star game is
being held Wednesday, January 26 at Cobourg. Congratulations Joel!.
OF THE SOUTH TAKE WAXERS TO SCHOOL ONCE AGAIN
Raiders swept the season series from the Waxers thanks to a 5-1 victory in
the regular season meeting of the year. The Waxers scored their lone
goal early in the third, to make it 3-1 at that point, but could not
muster any other offense as the Raiders scored the final two (one in to
the empty net).
GOALS ON ONE SHIFT EARLY IN FIRST ALL WAXERS NEED
Praxair, the voice of the Markham Waxers, could finish announcing the
Waxers first goal of the evening, Markham struck again, scoring twice in
10 seconds to open up a 2-0 lead and never looking back. Trevor
O'Neill earned his 3rd shut out of the season stopping 25 shots as the
Waxers rolled to a 5-0 victory over Thornhill. A special thanks to all
in attendance who enabled the Markham Waxers to donate over $1000 to the
Markham-Stouffville Hospital MRI fundraising campaign!
MAKES TWO MOVES TO SHORE UP ROSTER AS DEADLINE PASSES
OPJAHL roster deadline passed on January 10 and the Waxers made two moves
to shore up the roster as the playoffs approach. The first sees Daniel
Torres return to the Waxers from the Oshawa Generals of the OHL.
This marks Torres' third season with the Waxers as he has collected 23
goals and 29 assists during the previous two seasons. His biggest
goal came in 2003, Game 7 against Wexford when the Waxers captured the
South Division Championship. In a related move, the Waxers have
released Brandon Fackey to the
Toledo IceDiggers of the NAHL.
TREVOR O'NEILL TABBED AS AN OPJAHL FUTURE STAR
are pleased to announce that first year goaltender Trevor O'Neill has been
selected to participate in this year's OPJAHL Future Stars Game. The
1988 born netminder leads the team with 18 victories and will tend the
twine during the second of two Future Stars games on Wednesday, January 12
AN EARLY TOUCHDOWN, WAXERS ONLY GET TWO FIELD GOALS BACK
impossible almost happened Saturday night as the Waxers fell behind 7-0 to
the host Thornhill Thunderbirds and then scored 6 unanswered goals to make
it close. [recap]
LEADS THE WAY AS WAXERS AND BUZZERS TIE ONE ON
just wouldn't go away and after battling back from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits,
the Waxers earned a point when Shareef
Labreche scored in the final minute to cap another comeback, after
trailing 4-2, to end the game in a 4-4 tie. [recap]
HILL HAT TRICK LEADS THE WAY IN A TUESDAY THUMPING
travelled to Oshawa Tuesday night and returned with two points thanks to
an 8-1 victory over the Legionaires. Riley
Hill led the way with his first Jr A Hat Trick. [recap]
OPEN 2005 WITH A DOMINANT WIN OVER THE AJAX AXEMEN
after a Christmas break of two weeks between games, the Waxers unloading
on the host Axemen, scoring 4 goals in the first and completely dominating
en route to a 5-1 victory. [recap]
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