McConkey and the Bruins Blank the Eagles!

(Photo: Bruins Goalie Ryan McConkey makes a toe save in the 3rd)

It was a goal tending dual tonight with Ryan McConkey putting on a show in posting back to back shutouts and his 3rd of the season as he stopped all 32 shots he faced. Simon Feig went stick side with his 1st period breakaway goal (SH) and that stood up as the winner in a 3-0 win over Clarington. Cameron Moffitt set up Damien Heinle on a nice two on one late in the third as Heinle powered an off wing wrister over the Clarington goalies glove. An empty net goal by Feig gave Uxbridge the win for a 1 point first place lead over Lakefield, in a very tight Orr division. Uxbridge is off till next Friday when the Port Perry Mojacks play a visit to the Bear Den. click on high lights below.

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Ryan McConkey Shuts Out the Ice, Aiden Reilly gets 3!

(Photo: Bruins Ryan McConkey makes a save in the 3rd)

Uxbridge hammered the Ice with 47 shots enroute to an 8-0 win over Georgina as Ryan McConkey (16 saves) picked up his second shut out of the season. Simon Feig got the only goal in the first but Aiden Reilly added two while Cristian Giorgio added another for a 4-0 second period lead. Reilly completed the hat trick in the third as Robert Freckleton, Kieran Beaudoin and Cameron Moffitt finished it off. Next up Clarington Eagles this Fri. Oct. 20th at the Bear Den.

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Bruins back in the Win Column!

(Photo: Jake Joosten with a blocker save)
Bruins defeat Little Britain 6-1 to move into second place 1 point behind Clarington who were winners over North Kawartha. 
The teams traded goals in the first with Kieran Beaudoin deflecting a pass on the skate to his stick from Robert Freckleton before firing it over the goalies shoulder.

In the second the shot clock shows the Bruins firing 32 and they got 3 more goals as a result, starting with Carson Bell on a breakaway going five hole. Jake Joosten made a great save to start it and Mathew Hunter cleared the rebound to Tyler Hutchinson and he fed a speeding Bell who finished the play off. Cameron Moffitt then on one knee passed the puck to Damien Heinle who beat a Merchants defender with a toe drag and fired a shot glove side for a 3-1 lead.
Next it was time for Cole Bremner to fire a blast form the point for his first Junior C goal on a setup from Beaudoin. Congrats Cole on your first Bruins goal.

Uxbridge added two more in the third when Beaudoin on a goal mouth scramble fired a shot over a sprawling Adam Harris in the Merchants goal. Freckleton and Hutchinson picked up assists, then Moffitt stole the puck at the blue line and scored stick side on a breakaway unassisted. Jake Joosten turned aside 43 shots for the win and Uxbridge finished with a 68 shot total according to pointstreak. Next up is Georgina on a rare Tuesday night game Oct.17/17 at 7:45 pm. 

Bruins Lose 4-1 to Lakefield!

(Photo: Orr Division Convenor Liz Basinger presents Ryan McConkey with the Sept. Pepsi Goalie Award!) 
Bruins Fall 4-1 to Lakefield tonight at the Bear Den. The Chiefs had a 1-0 lead after the first and 3-0 after the second. They opened up a 4-0 lead in the third before Damien Heinle got the lone Bruins goal. Uxbridge is in Little Britain Sat Oct.14th and then host Georgina Oct.17th at the Bear Den.

Bruins Blank Mojacks 3-0!

The Bruins got Player of the Month goal-tending in the first period as the Mojacks outshot the Bruins 21-7 and escaped with a 0-0 tie. In the second the winning goal came off the stick of Noah Donaghy and Robert Freckelton got the insurance goal in the third on the power play, adding an empty net goal was Cameron Moffitt for a 3-0 final. Uxbridge settled down in the second with both teams getting 8 shots apiece and then 9-7 advantage in the third for a 36-24 total by Port Perry. Congrats Ryan McConkey on your first shutout of the season.
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The Bruins jumped over Lakefield and Clarington for a 1 point lead in first place. A big game Friday Oct.13th when the Chiefs are in town.

Uxbridge Rebounds for a Win Over Little Britain!

(Photo Bruins Jake Joosten makes a save in the first period)
Bruins dominate in 9-2 win over Little Britain. Uxbridge had leads of 2-0 after the first and 6-1 at the end of two. Bruins goals came from Noah Donaghy (2), Cameron Moffitt (2), Aiden Reilly(2), Simon Feig, Cristian Giorgio and Adam Bartholomew. Jake Joosten picked up his 2nd win of the season as Uxbridge out shot Little Britain 49-18.
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Uxbridge plays in Port Perry Sunday Oct.8th at 2:25pm and then host Lakefield next Friday Oct.13th at the Bear Den.

Bruins Fall to Clarington!

Bruins Blanked 3-0 in Clarington tonight. The Eagles got a goal in each period capitalizing on their scoring chances while Uxbridge could not buy a goal in this game. Ryan McConkey took his first loss of the season in goal as both teams fired 36 shots on goal. Bruins host the Little Britain Merchants Fri. Oct.6th at the Bear Den.

Bruins Escape Town With 2 Points in Little Britain!

(Photo:Peter Ovens, Jake Joosten stretches the pad for a huge save in the third period)

It wasn’t pretty but the Bruins hung in battling the Merchants to a 3-3 tie into the third period before getting their first lead of the game. Aiden Reilly tied it at one’s and then Reilly did it again to tie it at two’s after one period of play.

Adam Bartholomew came to the rescue with a wicked point shot in the second sending both teams off the ice tied up at 3-3 going into the third.

Uxbridge got a goal from Cameron Moffitt for the first lead and the game winning goal 7:56 into the final frame, then Carson Bell got a badly needed insurance goal late in the game. After the Merchants pulled their goalie, The “Accuracy Award” goes to Robert Freckelton who sunk a shot into the empty net from his teams goal line area as the Bruins left town with a 6-3 win and a tie for first place with the North Kawartha Knights in the very early stages of the season. The Knights lost 6-4 to the Port Perry Mojacks tonight. For Bruins Video Highlights go to our youtube channel at www.uxbridgebruins.com

Next up the Bruins will Battle the Eagles in Clarington on Thursday Oct.5th.

Bruins play a solid 60 minutes for a 4-1 Win over the Knights!

(Photo: Nick Sanderson, Ryan McConkey makes a save in the second period).

The Bruins came out flying in the first period opening up a 3-0 lead as Robert Freckelton scored just 39 seconds into the game as he banged home a rebound from Aiden Reilly’s breakaway shot. It was Daniel Wu getting his first as a Bruin and in Junior C firing a rocket off of the glove of the Knight’s goaltender Spencer Green. Kyle Spataro and Carson Bell assisted. Michael Rennie stole a cross ice pass from the North Kawartha defenceman to end the first period 3-0 Bruins.

Ryan McConkey turned aside all 11 shots he faced in the period. Freckelton got his second of the game from Kieran Beaudoin and Aiden Reilly to close out the Bruins scoring in the second period.

The Knights got their lone goal in the third as the game ended 4-1 Uxbridge. Final Shots were 31-29 by North Kawartha.

The Bruins are in Little Britain Sat. Sept.30th and their next home game is Oct.6th in a rematch with the Merchants.

Bruins Defeat The Ice 7-1 at Keswick!

(Photo: Nick Sanderson, Bruins Players celebrate their win)

The Uxbridge Bruins played a disciplined game tonight and beat the Georgina Ice 7-1. Aiden Reilly started the scoring at 1:27 into the game and finished the scoring for the Bruins with his second goal at 16:52 of the third period. Carson Bell scored his first Junior C goal in the second period. Also scoring for the Bruins were Micheal Rennie with two (2nd goal video) , Derek Dolan and Simon Feig. Georgina scored with under 2 minutes left in the game to keep goaltender Ryan McConkey and the Bruins from having their first shutout of the season.

Uxbridge host the high flying North Kawartha Knights Fri. Sept. 29th at the bear den, who are off to a 3-0 start and sit atop the standings ahead of the Bruins by 2 points,