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Corvairs just toying with opponents

Corvairs just toying with opponents

CALEDONIA – Matthew Hore scored three goals to lead the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs to a 9-0 walk in the park past the Fort Erie Meteors at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre. Hore and Quentin Maksimovich scored in the first, and Ryan Punkari and Hore made it 4-0 for Caledonia after 40 minutes. Hore’s second of

CALEDONIA – Matthew Hore scored three goals to lead the Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs to a 9-0 walk in the park past the Fort Erie Meteors at the Haldimand County Caledonia Centre.

Hore and Quentin Maksimovich scored in the first, and Ryan Punkari and Hore made it 4-0 for Caledonia after 40 minutes. Hore’s second of the night scored on the backhand with one second remaining in the period.

Nothin’ to it. Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs Ryan Punkari finishes off a nice two-man Caledonia rush in the second period. Photo by Jim Windle.

Nothin’ to it. Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs Ryan Punkari finishes off a nice two-man Caledonia rush in the second period. Photo by Jim Windle.

With the game itself well in hand with very little offensive threat being offered by Fort Erie, the third period got a little rough with players picking fights with each other all over the ice, but if it was a game plan by the Meteors to throw the Corvairs off their game, it did not work.

Hore (with his third), Daniel Volpe, Blake Luscome, Cory Pawley and captain Tait Seguin all added third period goals.

As one sided as the final score may appear, it could have been much worse as Caledonia mustered 48 shots on goal on Riley Daniels, while Fort Erie tested Mark Sinclair 21 times, to no avail.

Both Corey Pawley, the league scoring leader, and Matthew Hore, in second place in scoring, got four points each to add to their numbers.

The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs remain eight points ahead of the second Ancaster Avalanche following Friday night’s game.

Upcoming games include Friday, Nov. 20th in Caledonia, against the Thorold Black Hawks and Sunday in Welland to face the Canadians.

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Jim Windle is a veteran news and sports reporter who has been published in a number of mediums and publications. contact Jim: windlejim@rocketmail.com

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