April 2012 TNC
Blue Sharks beat TNC White Sharks to win PLC
SPORTS NO BODY CHECKING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS tournament
The TNC Peewee Lightning and Wolverines finish 3rd and 4th
TNC Peewee Hornets win
Burlington Tournament The TNC Peewee Hornets beat in the final the TNC Redhawks to win the Burlington Tournament.
The TNC Bantam Wolverines finish 2nd and the Bantam Sharks finish 3rd with the RedHawks finishing 5th.
WELCOME TO THE NEWEST GAME IN TOWN…
THE TORONTO NON-CONTACT HOCKEY LEAGUE (TNCHL)
TOP LEVEL HOCKEY WITH OUR CHILDREN'S
HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN MIND
Sharks Win BCHL Tourney !
TNC Hockey NEWS January 9,
Our own TNC
SHARKS win GOLD at the No-Body Checking BCHL
Tournament in the PeeWee Division
Hosted in Barrie Ontario
January 7-9, 2011
to all of the Sharks on a total team winning effort: Alexander Boutilier, Andrew Carestia, Trevor Costello, Jake Desmarais,
Owen Maize, Oliver Mander, Benn Mass, Hamish Mcleod, Noah Peretz, Benjamin
Reisler and Luca Schirripa. Absent: Ben Mogil and Jesse Wilson
Coaches: Sam Gerstein, Sheldon Reisler, Robert Teuwen and Doug Mander
The Pee Wee
Sharks of the Toronto Non-Contact Hockey League (TNCHL) came into the 2011
BCHL Slingshot Hockey Tournament as a relative unknown and emerged with
game was against Griffin Red team from Burlington. It was close match but
they lost it 3-2. However that evening they really bonded as a group and
were determined to not give up in spite of getting behind the eight ball
by losing the first game.
They came out
strong in the second game against the Dragons White team from Barrie. Oliver
Mander (assisted by Benn Mass and Ben Reisler) and Ben Reisler on a nice
set up from Ryan Gerstein, got all of the goals they would need. Benn Mass
potted an empty netter from Jake Desmarais to clinch the 3-1 win.
changes, notably, moving Trevor Costello to centre with Owen Maize filling
in nicely on defence seemed to fire them up in the must-win third game against
Dragon Red (also from Barrie, Ontario). Trevor Costello scored early on
a rising blast from the blue line and Alexander Boutilier snuck in from
the blue line to give the team the insurance goal they would need for the
They did all
they could do and now had to wait to see how other teams did in the evening
to seal their fate. News came in at 9:30 pm - they were in the gold medal
game. And as fate would have it - they were playing the Griffin Red, the
team that beat them in the opening game!
This time the
Sharks came out flying. Two quick goals by Hamish Mcleod and Trevor Costello
in the first 2 minutes of the game showed their determination. But the Griffin
Red battled back and tied it up 3-3 in the second period. However this team
was not going to be denied. Their confidence and their hustle never wavered
as Hamish McLeod scored and then Noah Peretz added his second of the game
to give the Sharks a 5-3 lead they would not relinquish.
Bodychecking a leading cause of injury in youth hockey: study (2009)
"We reviewed nine studies from Canada, nine from the U.S. and two from Finland, and the findings from all but one support recommendations that children should play in non-contact hockey leagues until they are at least at the bantam level", said Alison Macpherson, a professor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science at York.