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Emerging Saint on the hunt

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Kinrade & Company rout Charlotte to take commanding 3-0 lead

first_imgThe B-Sens scored six times in the final two periods to rout the Charlotte Checkers 7-1 Tuesday in game three of the AHL Eastern Conference Final in Binghamton.The Ottawa Senators farm team leads the best-of-seven series 3-0 with game four Wednesday in Binghamton.Zack Smith had four points, including a hat-trick, and netminder Robin Lehner made 37 saves to lead the B-Sens.Despite being rocked for seven goals Charlotte out shot Binghamton 38-32.Nelson Minor Hockey grad Geoff Kinrade, playing defence in his second season of professional hockey in the AHL, finished the game a plus-3. The Binghamton Senators are one win away from the Calder Cup Final.last_img read more

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Nitros explode for three goals to double Leafs 4-2 in Bavarian City

first_imgIt was a positive sign for a team struggling to find anything positive.The Nelson Leafs stayed stride for stride with the defending Kootenay International Junior Hockey League champs for 48 minutes before the Nitros offence exploded for three goals in a 10-minute span to double the Green and White 4-2 Friday in the Bavarian City.Keenan Haase, Jason Richter and Trevor Van Steinburg, with an insurance marker in the final three minutes of the game, rallied the top team in the Eddie Mountain Division to its league-leading 22nd win of the season. The goal by Haase came seconds after Blair Andrews gave Nelson a 2-1 lead midway through the third period.Jordan Busch on the power play gave Kimberley a 1-0 lead after one period.Austin Anselmo, also on the power play, tied the game for the Leafs in the second.Kimberley out shot the Leafs by a wide 30-19 margin — including a 14-7 advantage in the third period — making the night a busy one for Nelson netminder Patrick Ostermann who looks to the go-to guy in goal for the Murdoch Division club.Nelson, riding a three-game losing streak, host the Columbia Valley Rockies Saturday at 7 p.m. in the NDCC Arena.The Leafs will be looking to avenge a 4-2 loss to the Rockies last week in Invermere.last_img read more

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NATIONAL ROAD SERIES Round 3 Donamon GP

first_imgCOUNTY Waterford rider Conor Hennebry has moved into a podium position in the Cycling Ireland National Road Series after a hard-fought win in Roscommon on Sunday. The former underage hurler lined up for the 112km Donamon GP with three Viner Caremark Pactimo team mates – Matteo Cigala, Sean Hahessy and Aaron Kearney. All four were part of the five-strong squad that won the Irish County Rider Team Classification at Ras Tailteann in May, with 25-year-old Hennebry having also won the Kerry Group Ras Mumhan stage race in April.On a fast, hot 16km circuit around Donamon Castle, Hennebry and Hahessy worked hard to get into the break that stuck, nine getting away on the second of seven laps.An elite chase group, including Holdsworth Bikes’s Conn McDunphy and Cigala, briefly closed in on the break, but crossing the line with a lap to go the gap was out to nearly 2 minutes, as Hennebry mercilessly attacked his remaining cohorts.That proved the winning move, Hennebry soloing to victory, with Burren Racing Team’s Mark Shannon a tired second and Hahessy third.Hennebry said: “It was tough, it was riding full gas all day. I think we averaged about 44kph, and there was a fair bit of climbing in it as well. To average that on that course was tough for a day out, and it was surprisingly hot.He added: “The gap [from the break to the bunch] was still very small going on to the third lap, so we all had to ride and fully commit. The gap slowly grew from 25 seconds up to about two minutes. We all kept riding anyway, but I could see a few guys missing a few turns – they were starting to get tired, so I decided to try my luck.“I attacked the last time through the finish line and kinda dangled with a lead of 50 metres or so for two thirds of a lap, until Mark Shannon of Burren Cycling Club came across to me. That was a great help to me because he’s a good engine. He was well able to pull turns.  It came down to a bit of a sprint coming up the final hill and I just about held on.”Hennebry will race next in the National Criterium Championships in Mullingar on Friday night, and will return to the same town on Sunday, July 15 for round 4 of the National Road Series at the Mullingar GP.The win elevates the Portlaw man to joint third in the National Road Series standings with reigning champion Sean Lacey. Lacey, Hennebry’s team mate, had led the table before Sunday’s race, but the Tralee man is set to miss the remainder of the season through injury.The new league leader is Sunday’s 12th Jamie Blanchfield on 81 points, with Cigala in second on 76 points.Cigala is now set to join UK team Holdsworth Bikes for opportunities to compete in bigger races with the likes of Sean McKenna, Damien Shaw and McDunphy.The Women’s National Road Series race at the Donamon GP came down to a bunch sprint won by reigning champion Eve McCrystal.The Garda CC rider beat newcomer Aine Donegan (Scott-Orwell Wheelers) and National Road Series league leader Katharine Smyth (Ballymena Road Club), who retains her position despite the defeat,Donegan remains in second position overall, 15 points adrift of Smyth, with McCrystal creeping on to the podium after her second win in as many races. Nessa Rochford (De Ronde Van Cork CC) is fourth and Niamh O’Donavan (TC Racing) is 5th.Round 4 of the Cycling Ireland Men’s and Women’s National Road Series is the Mullingar GP in Mullingar on Sunday, July 15, hosted by Lakeside Wheelers. Follow @CINatRoadSeries on Twitter and Cycling Ireland National Road Series on Facebook for further details.The overall rankings will be available at this link HEREprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

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Galway GAA Results

first_imgClaregalway Hotel/Bon Secours Hospital Senior Football Championship Group 2Annaghdown 1-13 Salthill-Knocknacarra 0-8Killannin 0-8 Barna 0-8Claregalway Hotel/Bon Secours Hospital Senior Football Championship Group 3Mountbellew/Moylough 0-10 Caherlistrane 0-8Killererin 1-11 Naomh Anna, Leitir Mór 1-11Claregalway Hotel/Bon Secours Hospital Senior Football Championship Group 4Moycullen 4-15 Caltra 0-5Milltown 1-17 Monivea-Abbey 0-15Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging Group 3 CupGort 3-8 Michael Cusacks 0-4Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging U12 Group 5 ShieldPádraig Pearses 1-3 An Spidéal 0-0Claregalway Hotel/Bons Secours Intermediate Football Championship  Group 1Oranmore-Maree 2-20 Glenamaddy 1-4Claregalway Hotel/Bons Secours Intermediate Football Championship Group 2Micheál Breathnach 1-14 St Brendan’s 1-11An Spidéal 3-11 Oughterard 2-14Claregalway Hotel/Bons Secours Intermediate Football Championship Group 3Dunmore MacHales 2-13 Kilkerrin-Clonberne 0-10Clifden 5-13 St Mary’s GAA Athenry 0-6Claregalway Hotel/Bons Secours Intermediate Football Championship Group 4Headford 3-12 St. Gabriels 0-9Oileann Arainn 2-16 Carna-Caiseal 2-6Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging Under 15 C Hurling Championship Group 1Four Roads 0-7 Craughwell 0-5WERS Waste U15 Division 1 NorthOranmore-Maree 5-12 Kilconly 6-9Gullane’s Hotel Junior A Hurling ChampionshipArdrahan 0-19 Kilnadeema-Leitrim 0-15Turloughmore 0-23 Meelick-Eyrecourt 1-11Sarsfields 2-19 Tommy Larkins 2-6WERS Waste U13 Football Division 3 BCortoon Shamrocks 5-9 Caltra 3-5Ocean Hygiene Supplies & Packaging Under 12 Hurling League Group 1St Mary’s GAA Athenry 4-5 Castlegar 2-10Junior Championship North Group BCorofin W/O Tuam Stars –Junior Championship West Group AMoycullen 5-8 St Michael’s 0-10Junior A Championship North Group BPádraig Pearses 3-8 St Mary’s GAA Athenry 1-8Gullane’s Hotel Junior B Hurling ChampionshipBallinderreen 1-15 Beagh 1-9Killimor 1-19 Portumna 1-12Loughrea 1-16 Castlegar 2-12Gullane’s Hotel Junior C Hurling ChampionshipMenlo Emmetts 5-14 Clarinbridge 4-13Turloughmore 0-26 Killimordaly 1-12Kilbeacanty 1-15 Ballygar 2-9Junior C Championship North Group ASt Brendan’s W/O KiltormerAnnaghdown 2-8 Mountbellew/Moylough 2-8Corofin W/O LoughreaJunior C Championship West Group AGaeil Na Gaillimhe 3-7 An Fhairche – Clonbur 0-13Oranmore-Maree W/O BarnaJunior C Championship West Group BMicheál Breathnach 2-9 Renvyle 1-10Gullane’s Hotel Junior C1 Hurling Championship Group 2St Thomas 4-12 Annaghdown 0-10print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email St. James 1-11 Cortoon Shamrocks 0-11Corofin 5-16 An Cheathrú Rua 1-8 Claregalway Hotel/Bon Secours Hospital Senior Football Championship Group 1last_img read more

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Galway v Carlow League Highlights

first_imgListen back to highlights of Galway Bay FM’s commentary on Galway and Carlow’s League encounter that ended in a draw last February print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img

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KIJHL alum Adam Maglio closer to NHL dream with coaching WHL Chiefs

first_imgBy Emanuel Sequeira, KIJHL Communications ManagerBeing on the bench of the WHL’s Spokane Chiefs, it’s another step closer to Adam Maglio realizing his ultimate goal of coaching in the NHL.Working with head coach Manny Viveiros and assistant coaches Adam Deadmarsh and Dustin Donaghy, Maglio says he wouldn’t be there were it not for playing in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL).Maglio, a Nelson native, spent two seasons in the KIJHL, debuting as a rookie with the Leafs then his playing rights were traded to the Castlegar Rebels to start the 2006-07 season. In 93 career regular season games, Maglio had 28 goals and 67 points for a points-per-game average of 0.72.“It was great. When I played in Castlegar, Aaron Wilbur was my head coach,” said Maglio, during an interview prior to a regular season game in January. “Another guy I can’t thank enough for all he did for me as a player. My first year at UBC, he was an assistant coach there. It comes full circle.“I really think that that league, it’s a good league to further a career in hockey, whether it’s in playing or coaching,” continued Maglio. “You get surrounded by some pretty good people. You start to draw on your experiences from playing, but also the coaches you have. That was the biggest impact for me. Aaron being a big part of that – refueled my passion for the game.”Wilbur’s positive interaction with players had an impact on Maglio, adding that “makes you want to stay in the game and give back what he gave back.”There are times Maglio’s playing days in the KIJHL enter his mind with the Chiefs. Maglio isn’t afraid to admit when he began coaching after playing, he really didn’t know a lot about the game. “The real learning curve starts when you enter the coaching world,” says Maglio. “You learn real fast and maybe you don’t know as much as you think you did.” With the game always changing, Maglio needs to keep up, but he loves that. He thrives on the challenge and competitiveness of sport and hockey. From the KIJHL, Maglio continued his playing career in the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s third division with Morrisville State College, where he spent two seasons then moved onto U Sports with UBC.It was there that a coaching career piqued his interest. He also had two really good assistant coaches that helped guide him in that direction while playing. He gained more experience as a coach while playing overseas for the Hong Kong Tycoons.While there he started a youth academy and fell in love with it. A call from his former coach Tyler Kuntz brought Maglio back to UBC as an assistant coach. That was a huge learning curve, but he turned that position into a job with the B.C. Hockey League’s Prince George Spruce Kings for four years, the last two as head coach.The connections he developed while with Prince George helped him land his current position with the Chiefs. Maglio loved his time in Prince George because it was such a positive experience. As the youngest team in the league his first year, they lost the BCHL’s Fred Page Cup championship, then won in year two, then lost in the national championship game.Maglio’s first season with the Chiefs has been good.“It’s been a good stepping stone for me. I’ve really enjoyed it,” says Maglio.“Working with Manny, our head coach – experience winning the league title, but also coaching in the National Hockey League and many years coaching pro in Europe. It’s been incredible to draw on some of his experiences.”It’s been another learning curve for Maglio dealing with different athletes. Their pathways are to the pro. They have NHL draft picks, including first rounder Ty Smith.They have potential high round draft picks in Jack Finley, 46th among North American Skaters, and KIJHL alum and former Spokane Brave Bear Hughes, 80th, as of early January. Maglio says the players are driven to make careers from the game.Maglio has also learned from working with Deadmarsh, the former Nitehawk (90-91), who won a Stanley Cup with the Colorado Avalanche.“I think that’s kind of one thing that’s maybe a little bit unique for our staff in here,” he says. “We have all won championships, just at different levels. It’s interesting drawing off all our different experiences.”last_img read more

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