The Vics suffered a second failure in as many games in the class BB Tournament hockey pee-wee de Waterloo, Thursday evening, when they lost 4-0 in front of the Sting of Ottawa. The representatives of the Haute-Yamaska are capable of better, it seems, but they have not shown up.
“There is only one word to describe our performance : a disaster, has launched the coach Stéphane Dubois. The young people didn’t show up and you see the result. This is very disappointing. “
The total of throws sums up even better the evening of Vics : 33-7 in favor of the Sting.
“We have not made a single shot in the second period, has returned to coach Dubois. This is annoying, we’ll say. “
The best player of the Vics was clearly the keeper Yorick Jeanson. It has not been perfect, but he made several big stops. The defeat clearly would have been more devastating had it not been for his performance.
Alexander Kinnear and Carter Dilipaj scored two goals apiece in the camp of the Sting. The shutout was credited to Sean Ragan.
“Only three of our players had played to level double-a letter prior to this season, said Dubois. Our players are young, they lack experience and a game at 20: 30, this is not easy for them. But hey, this is not an excuse. “
On Tuesday, the Vics were also inclined 4-0 against the powerful Gunners Bedford/Cowansville/Farnham, who have not lost a single game during the regular season. And they had much better played, it is said.
“Young people were shown and they had set their hearts on the ice,” said Dubois. When we work, when we skate, we are tanning for the opponent. But tonight, it has made life too easy for the Sting. “
The Vics are in their third tournament of the season after those of Longueuil and Saint-Hyacinthe, where they have not been able to get through the preliminary round in spite of the performance interesting. In the regular season, they show a record of five wins and 14 defeats.
“We don’t have stars. The team concept must prevail, otherwise it won’t work “, concluded Stéphane Dubois.
The Vics will be back on the ice Saturday afternoon against an opponent still unknown. Of course, they are condemned to win if they want to continue their journey.
Victory of the Rockies
In class A, always on Thursday night, the Rockies Bromont, have carved out a place in the semi-final when they had the best of the Jets of Border 3-2. Louis Godin and Thomas Thibault recorded a goal and an each in the victory.
For the Rockies, who will face the Husky de Cowansville to their next outing, it was a first win in three matches. The other game of the four aces between the Maroons of Waterloo/Valcourt to Jets of Farnham.
A dozen games will be presented at the tournament in Waterloo Friday. It starts as early as 7: 30.