After trailing 2-0 in the first period on Sunday afternoon in Port Perry, the Bruins got rolling with a Justin Bennett goal down by 2-1 after one period of play. In the second Stefan Palatsidis scored a natural hat-trick. The last goal came after 5 minutes and 18 seconds from his first. A beauty deak to back hand through the legs as Cameron Moffitt got the fifth. Simon Feig (PP) against his former team, and a shorty from Daniel Giorgio sealed a 7-2 win over Port Perry. Ryan McConkey with the win in goal for the Bruins to improve to 10 wins and 6 losses on the season.
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Up next is this Friday North Kawartha as the Bruins are in a 3 way battle with them and Lakefield for 1st place.
The Bruins battled back to force overtime at the Bear Den on Friday night.
The team would like to thank our fantastic fans for their donations at Teddy Bear Toss Night in support of the Uxbridge Community Toy Drive.
The crowd on hand was treated to an outstanding back-and-forth game.
Cameron Moffitt scored just with just over 3 minutes to play in the 3rd period, as Uxbridge stormed back in a see-saw affair between the rivals.
After an overtime period filled with sensational scoring chances, the Bruins ultimately earned a single point after seven minutes of extra time.
Newly reacquired forward Simon Feig sent nearly 100 stuffed animals flying onto the ice when he opened the scoring with a powerplay goal, 11 minutes into the action.
The Bruins held a 2-1 lead at the end of the 2st period after a Daniel Giorgio score.
Travis Buxcey tied the game 3-3 after a pair of Clarington goals early in the 3rd period.
NEXT GAME: ‘Battle of North Durham’ Sunday, Dec. 9, 2:25 p.m. @ Scugog Arena vs Port Perry Mojacks
Highlights captured by team videographer Aiden Berghout.
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Jackson Savery was also presented his Pepsi offensive player of the month award for November for the Orr Division. Presenting the award was Orr Division Convenyer Liz Basinger.
The Uxbridge Bruins host their annual Teddy Bear Toss game in support of the Uxbridge Communtiy Toy Drive on Dec. 7th against the Clarington Eagles.
Fans are encouraged to bring new unwrapped stuffed animal or toy (that won’t get broken) in a plastic bag. When the Bruins score their first goal of the game, toss them onto the ice where they’ll be collected for distribution among local families in need during the holiday season.
The Bruins took the first of two meetings with the Tod division Campbellford Rebels in the Eastern conference interlock schedule.
Ryan McConkey got the shutout in the 13-0 win.
The Uxbridge Bruins are back in action on Friday, Dec. 7, at the Bear Den against the Clarington Eagles. The game will be our annual Teddy Bear Toss night in support of the Uxbridge Community Toy Drive.
Uxbridge – Stefan Palatsidis (Justin Bennett, Jackson Savery) 0:33
Uxbridge – Toby Cooper (Jackson Savery) 2:45
Uxbridge – Jackson Savery (Robert Freckelton) 4:25
Uxbridge – Aiden Reilly (unassisted) 6:31
Uxbridge – Justin Bennett (Michael Rennie) 14:15
Uxbridge – Daniel Giorgio (Toby Cooper, Cameron Moffitt) 17:04
Uxbridge – Cameron Moffitt (Toby Cooper, Matthew Hunter) 9:00
Uxbridge – Daniel Giorgio (Nicholas Roman) 14:24
Uxbridge – Jackson Savery (Justin Bennett) 16:44
Uxbridge – Aiden Reilly (short handed) (Ryan McConkey) 18:26
Uxbridge – Travis Buxcey (unassisted) 3:22
Uxbridge – Jackson Savery (Michael Rennie) 8:05
Uxbridge – Esa Patton (Aiden Reilly, Toby Cooper) 10:35
The Bruins closed down the Little Britain Merchants on the road earlier tonight, skating to a 6-3 victory.
Uxbridge – Jackson Savery (Justin Bennett, Stefan Palatsidis) 0:15
Uxbridge – Justin Bennett (short handed) (Jackson Savery) 8:34
Little Britain – Jacob Danforth (power play) (Michael Cox, Mac West) 11:52
Little Britain – Cameron Robinson (Cole Kimble, Alex Nicolaides) 16:58
Uxbridge – Daniel Giorgio (power play) (Robert Freckelton, Aiden Reilly) 1:02
Uxbridge – Daniel Giorgio (Stefan Palatsidis, Justin Bennett) 7:17
Uxbridge – Justin Bennett (short handed) (Jackson Savery, Adam Turner) 11:16
Little Britain – Mac West (Alex Nicolaides, Michael Cox) 3:35
Uxbridge – Matthew Hunter (unassisted) 5:38
In one of the most thrilling PJHL games of the season, the Bruins took down the defending Clarence Schmalz Cup provincial champion Lakefield Chiefs in overtime at the Bear Den, extending Uxbridge’s season-opening home ice win streak to 9 games.
Tensions were running high through a scoreless first period that saw several spectacular saves at both ends of the ice.
The Chiefs took the lead early in the second period before timely goals by Toby Cooper and Justin Bennett put Uxbridge ahead 2-1. However, the lead would not last, and at the end of the middle frame, the Bruins were trailing 3-2.
An unassisted goal by Daniel Wu early in the third period knotted the game once more before the Chiefs took back the lead with slightly more than 10 minutes to play in regulation.
The Bruins continued to try and claw their way back, using their superior size to create space in the offensive zone.
A pair of late penalties put the Bruins’ resilience to the test, but a pair of veterans proved to be more than up to the task as captain Aiden Reilly found Robert Freckelton for a dramatic shorthanded goal that trickled over the goal line with just over one minute remaining on the clock to force overtime.
There was a blistering pace to the 4-on-4 overtime period – that began 4-on-3 with a spectacular effort from the Uxbridge penalty killing unit – and 1:34 into the extra frame, Justin Bennett capitalized on a Lakefield turnover, finding Jackson Savery charging to the net for the game winning goal as the boisterous Uxbridge crowd erupted in cheers.
The Bruins will be back in action next Friday night at the Bear Den, with another tough test, as the Tod Division-leading Napanee Raiders visit for a 7:45 p.m. match-up.
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The Uxbridge Bruins would like to thank Uxbridge Branch 170 Royal Canadian Legion, 76 Uxbridge Army Cadets, the Legion Pipe and Drums band as well as anthem singer Erin Briggs for their part in Friday night’s Remembrance Day opening ceremony.
The Bruins organization thanks all of Canada’s veterans and current military members for their service to our country.