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Albert Ferrante continues to play outstanding hockey at both ends of the rink, backs away from nobody and is carrying the puck with authority.WAXERS POWER PAST RAIDERS, EXTEND EARLY SEASON WIN STREAK TO HALF DOZEN
The Waxers put their modest early season winning streak on the line against the Raiders and after a brief hiccup in the second period powered over them in an 8-2 pasting. A complete team effort once again, something that you'll get tired of hearing about it as the season unfolds. [recap]

Markham picked up their fifth straight win, 3-0 over the visiting Vipers in a fast-paced and times physical contest. Bobby Fitkin, Jason Fraccaro (shorthanded) and Mark Menonte supplied the goals, one per period. Paul Guthrie was the recipient of some excellent team defense and made several outstanding stops to register the first Waxer blanking of the season. The Vipers didn't play badly and were worthy opponents in what most fans described as a highly entertaining affair. [recap]

Patrick Diotte's two-way play on the blueline has helped the Waxers to a successful beginning to the 2000-01 campaign.MARKHAM SHINES IN VICTORY OVER AURORA
The Waxers finished off their third game in four nights in convincing fashion as they overpowered the visiting Tigers by a 10-1 margin. A six-goal uprising in the opening frame set the stage for a contest that had the final margin of victory as the lone question mark in a contest completely dominated by Markham. [recap]

Paul Robinson's pretty goal in overtim won it for the Waxers.WAXER PASS COLLEGE WEEKEND TEST 
In what was described as the best game of the entire College Weekend slate, the Waxers scored a 4-3 overtime victory over Wellington. The win extends a modest early winning streak to three games. Bobby Fitkin on a powerplay (his first Jr. A goal), Jesse Boucher, Jason Young and Paul Robinson (overtime winner) provided the scoring while Paul Guthrie and Dan Leclair split netminding duties. The Waxers next host Aurora at Centennial Arena on Monday (Sep. 25) at 7:30pm. [recap]

After three games Jesse Boucher has made a statement, he will be an impact player in the OPJHL this year, taking care of business at both ends of the rink, he's already surprised some with his well rounded game and ferocious work ethic.WAXERS TOTALLY DOMINATE PLAY, SCORE HOWEVER IS MUCH CLOSER 
The Markham Waxers completely dominated the first two periods of their match with the North York Rangers, outshooting the Rangers 43-16 after 40 minutes and then coasted to a 7-6 victory, the score very much misleading although credit to the Rangers for taking advantage of their chances. Jesse Boucher led the Waxer onslaught with a pair while Jimmy Ball, Paul Robinson, Jason Fraccaro (shorthanded), Steve Kelly and Mark Menonte added singles. Fraccaro in particular had an exceptional game, creating numerous turnovers with tenacious forechecking. Captain Kevin Tompkins, kept off the scoresheet save for an assist was a force the entire night and he's everything the Waxers had hoped for in his final year and then some. The Waxers next play Wellington in Mississauga Sunday (College Weekend) and then return Monday night to Markham Centennial for their first meeting of the year with the vastly re-tooled Aurora Tigers. [recap]

The Markham Waxers have now added another important piece to the team puzzle. Paul Guthrie, a left-handed goaltender was obtained in a three-way deal and finally after much delay is official. [story]

The Markham Waxers rebounded strongly from a disappointing home opener to earn their first victory of the 2000-2001 season by a convincing 8-3 score over St. Michael's. The game was all Markham from the opening faceoff as the Waxers seemed intent to erase the memories of Friday night in a hurry. [recap]

Mike Harding scored a nice PP goal and also drew an assist.WAXERS SHAKE OUT OPENING DAY BUGS 
The Waxers new season opened Friday night at Markham Centennial as the new edition of the Markham club faced off against the visiting Pickering Panthers. The sloppy affair that lacked tempo saw the Waxers drop a 4-3 decision. Dan Leclair tended the pipes for the Waxers and was largely responsible for keeping the Waxers in the hunt. Markham's next game is Sunday afternoon against the St. Michaels Buzzers. [recap]

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