Corvairs continue to steamroll the league

CALEDONIA – The third place Welland Canadians fell further behind the league leaders and defending Sutherland Cup Champion Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs with a 6-3 loss, Saturday night in Caledonia.

The Corvairs are now a full 22 points ahead of Welland, and 20 points ahead of second place St. Catharines in the Golden Horseshoe Conference. They lead all divisions in the 26-team GOJHL Jr. B’s by 10 points.

A quick start put the Corvairs ahead 4-0 after the first period and they never looked back from there. Once again, as has been the case all season, Caledonia massively outshot their opponents, this time, 49-22 on way to the win. Six different goal scorers contributed to the six goal input including Ryan Moran, Jordan Peacock, Luke Sinclair, Connor Patton, Nathan Gomes and Jake Brown. Kevin Entmaa earned the win in goal.

It was feeding time again for the Caledonia players Friday night in Pelham as the first place Pro-Fit Corvairs coasted to a 14-1 win over the 4-32-1 Panthers. Caledonia goaltender Marc Sinclair didn’t have to have his jersey washed after the game while the tandem of Daniel Kocsis and Tynan Lauziere needed oxygen with Caledonia outshooting the Panthers 60-14.

Monday, the GHC All Star Game was played at the Leisureplex in Fort Erie with five Corvairs in the lineup for Team White including Jordan Peacock, Connor Patton, Connor Bramwell, Todd Ratchford and goalie Kevin Entmaa.

After the Corvairs make a stop in Thorold Wednesday night, they get back at it at home Saturday night, Jan. 31st, against Niagara Falls.

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