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Pro-Fit Corvairs 23, opposition 1, in weekend games

Pro-Fit Corvairs 23, opposition 1, in weekend games
Matt Watson, a defensive forward who played with the affiliate Hagersville Hawks last season, chalked up his seventh goal of the season against the the Thoronld Blackhawks. Photo by Jim Windle

CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs went on another goal scoring surge this past weekend recording an 11-0 thrashing of the Thorold Blackhawks, Thursday in Thorold followed by Saturday night’s 12-1 win over Welland at the Haldimand Centre in Caledonia. The Canadians scared up some confidence early in the first period with Noah Blakely’s 1-0 goal for the lead

CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs went on another goal scoring surge this past weekend recording an 11-0 thrashing of the Thorold Blackhawks, Thursday in Thorold followed by Saturday night’s 12-1 win over Welland at the Haldimand Centre in Caledonia.

The Canadians scared up some confidence early in the first period with Noah Blakely’s 1-0 goal for the lead at 5:40, but beginning with Joshua DeFarias at 8:49, the Corvairs seemed to be the only team on the ice.

Seventeen Corvairs earned points as Caledonia free skated to outshoot the Canadians 64-25 for the 12-1 crushing of  Welland. Jamie Lauzon fattened up his personal stats with three goals and an assist, while Cal Davis scored one and assisted on four, and Sean O’Brien scored one and assisted on three in the blow-out.

Brandon McCorrison stopped 24 of 25 shots he was called on to handle.

The Thorold was on the menu Thursday night, at the Haldimand Centre as the Corvairs ate up the Blackhawks 11-0, outshooting the Blackhawks 45-15.

Maybe the goal gushers that have been happening as the playoff draw near and without any real opposition has made the Corvairs even more aggressive offensively, out of boredom if nothing else.

Owen Lane scored three goals and an assist while Jamey Lauzon netted a hat-trick while 14 others earned points along the way. Pierce Charleson earned the shut out, against just 15 shots for his fourth shut-out of the season.

“Both games were solid efforts,” said General Manager Nick Rizzetto.”I knew when Welland showed up with a short bench we were going to be OK in that one.”

Tuesday night, Feb. 13th, Caledonia will be in Buffalo for another free skate against last place Buffalo Regals, and Friday night, in Niagara Falls against the Canucks.

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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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