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The Whitby Warriors are pleased to announce that the team has won 2 of the annual awards given out at the end of the season. These awards are picked by the opposing coaches around the league.
Wyatt Craik received the Rookie of the year award for the East division. He led the team in total points during the season with 54 (26G, 28A), as well as the playoffs with 19 (11G, 8A). He also did an outstanding job as a transition player, both pushing the ball up the floor and stopping any fast breaks by the other team. Wyatt was an instant leader, on and off the floor, and was a focal point for the Warriors all season.
The Warriors were also pleased to be awarded with the East Coaching Staff of the year award. The entire coaching staff is pleased with how the season went as it was a big improvement on the year before, and can’t wait to grow as a team next season. Jason Wiswell, Danny LaFontaine, Paul Gilligan and Paul Allman thank all the players for their hardwork and fans for their support.
The Whitby Warriors have lost in the second round to Peterborough. In the 3rd game of the series, the Warriors dropped their last game 13-5 to a more experienced Lakers team. Wyatt Craik led the scoring for Whitby with 3 goals. Austin Tracogna tallied 4 points with 1 goal and 3 helpers. Darren Elliott (1G,1A) was the last Warrior to find the back of the net. Also on the score sheet were David Cormack (3A), Chris McDonald (1A), and Matt Andersson (1A). The full box score can be found here.
The Warriors management would like to thank all our fans and supporters, and look to build upon this season in the years to come.
The Warriors find themselves on the bottom end of a 2-0 deficit and will need to find a way to top the Lakers in the series. The Warriors were all over Peterborough in the 2nd period, having a 5 goal period, and tying the game at 6-6. However, the Warriors couldn’t find the back of the net in the 3rd, and ended losing 11-6. Adam Allman had another big game for Whitby. Wyatt Craik finished as the leading scorer for the Warriors with a 2 goals and 1 assist. David Cormack had a goal and an assist in the loss, while Devin Gilligan and Matty Andersson each had 2 assists. Austin Tracogna, Keegan White and Matt Abramczuk all finished with a goal, while Darren Elliott, Chris McDonald and James Grant finished the game with an assist each. For the full box score, click here.
The Warriors are back in action on Friday at 8pm in Peterborough at Memorial Centre for game 3.
The Warriors have dropped game 1 against Peterborough in Round 2 of the Junior C playoffs. Again shorthanded, the Warriors went down early, and couldn’t claw back against an experienced Lakers team. Losing 8-3, Whitby will have to find a way to put up some points in the rest of the series. Adam Allman had a stellar game, and kept the Warriors in the game for as long as he could. Austin Tracogna and David Cormack each had a 2 point night with 1 goal and 1 assist. Darren Elliott ended the night with 1 goal, while Wyatt Craik finished with 2 helpers. Matty Andersson and Connor Scott each finished with 1 assist. For the full box score, click here.
The Warriors are back in action Tuesday night at 8 at McKinney for game 2 of the series.
The Warriors have won their first playoff series since with a 6-5 victory over Gloucester in game 2. Wyatt Craik had a massive game, getting in on all 6 goals with 3 goals and 3 assists. Darren Elliott also had a big game with 1 goal and 3 helpers, while Matty Andersson (1G,2A) had 3 points in the win. Keegan White grabbed the last goal and also grabbed an assist, while Connor Scott and goalie Taylor Welsh also had an assist. Welsh also played a big game between the pipes, keeping the Warriors within striking distance until Whitby eventually took the lead in the third. For the full box score, click here.
The Warriors will be playing Peterborough in the second round, and will be at home for game 2 on Tuesday, July 12 at 8pm at McKinney.
The Warriors struck first in this best-of-3 series winning 14-9 over Gloucester. Led by Austin Tracogna, who had a stellar night with 9 points (2G,7A), the Warriors are now poised to advance to the second round. Wyatt Craik (3G,2A) and Call-up Parker Pipher (2G,3A) each had 5 point nights, while defenseman Liam Scott had 3 points with 1 goal and 2 helpers. The rest of the goals went to Keegan White (2G), Matt Andersson (1G,1A), Darren Elliott (1G), Devin Gilligan (1G), and Anthony Brosseau (1G). Adam Allman had a great night, and also made the score sheet with an assist. Chris McDonald (2A), Jake Wilson (1A), Adam Heinrichs (1A), and Call-up Matt Cornish (2A) also gathered points in the win. The full box score for the game can be found here.
The Warriors play game 2 in Kingston at the Invista Centre on Saturday, July 9th at 2pm.