Sunday, December 27, 2009

Pete Kelly Tournament - Game 2: UofT@UNB Tuesday 29th, 7:30pm

Game two of the Pete Kelly tournament sees the University of Toronto Varsity Blues (6-7-3) visiting the V-Reds (15-0-0) at the AUC at 7:30pm on Tuesday night. The V-Reds are 0-4-0 in the previous meetings of these clubs, but have not played against the Varsity Blues since October of 1985.

The Varsity Blues, although not off to a great season thus far, have pushed the #6 UQTR Partiotes to overtime twice this year, and beat the #5 McGill Redmen 4-3 in their last OUA regular season game of the first half.

The Varsity Blues are led by second-year forward Byron McDonald with 8 goals and 14 assists in 16 games. Andrew Martin, Toronto's goalie, is second in the OUA goaltenders with a .924 saver percentage.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is the UNB game on Wednesday positively going to be the late game?

Anonymous said...

how many players is the team allowed to carry ?

UNB Bruins Fan said...

Has anyone heard anything about the bus trip to Maine, especially in terms of when it will be leaving/when we will be meeting? I haven't heard anything from anyone since I signed up for it the first night the tickets went on sale...

Eric said...

Win or Lose, UNB will be playing the late game on Wednesday.

Eric said...

I don't believe there is a limit to the number of players a team can carry during an exhibition game. Eg. UMaine dressed all of their players and all three goalies for last year's games.

As for regulaion games, the bench can not not exceed 20 skaters and 2 goalies for 22. The roster can be extended to 23 only if the 23rd player is a goalie.

Anonymous said...

The buses for Maine leave on Saturday, January 2, 2010 at 12:00 noon from the Aitken Centre parking lot. This is from memory but I think these details are correct. Maybe UNBHOCKEYFANS.COM would be willing to post the details of the trip?