Maine Hockey Journal

Junior Notebook

Maine recruit, Shawn Sirman of the Kingston Voyageurs made 46 stops on Tuesday night in the 5-2 victory over the Oakville Blades to capture the OJHL Championship.

He ended up with a 19-6 record with a 2.41 goals-against-average and a .932 save percentage in the OJHL playoffs. The lowest amount of shots he faced in the series against Oakville was 32.

Sirman’s season isn’t over as Kingston heads to Dudley Hewitt Cup Tournament to face the NOJHL and the SIJHL champions, along with the Schreiber Diesels who will be hosting the tournament. The winner of the tournament heads to the RBC Cup, the Canadian Junior A equivalent of the Memorial Cup.

Anthoine pushed back to 2010?

Chris Heisenberg is listing Maine recruit Mark Anthoine as a 2010 recruit. He was scheduled to come to Maine next season. Anthoine said it was first time he heard about it

Arnold’s Season Over

Derek Arnold another 2009 recruit, had his season come to an end on Wednesday night with a 8-2 loss to the Green Bay Gamblers. He had no points in the playoffs with the Waterloo Black Hawks.

Robin Bergman and the Cedar Rough Riders season continues as they are in the Final Four in the USHL playoffs. He has only seen one game so far in the playoffs.

No Maine recruits in the CSR Challenge

The QMJHL will be hold the annual Hockey Challenge this weekend in Montreal for the upcoming Midget Draft. The six team, 120 player event is one of the final opportunities for players to show off their skills. Maine fans can have a sigh of relief for a brief moment as neither Darcy Ashley and Stephen Gillard will take part in the event.

Two North Yarmouth Academy players will head to Montreal this weekend. Goaltender Tyler Piercy and Shane Hearn are the only two players with ties to Maine invited.

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