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JR DUCKS 16AA1 TEAM WINS SILVER STICK PACIFIC QUALIFIER
 
Over Thanksgiving weekend the Jr. Ducks 16AA1 won the 16AA Silver Stick Pacific Qualifier held in Las Vegas and advanced to the International Silver Stick Finals in Toronto, Canada. "It was a great effort by the entire team” said Head Coach Jamie Chilcoff, who also added “the three forwards on what we call the Blue Line played particularly well.”

The Jr. Ducks defeated the Jr. Gulls 2 team in the qualifier finals with an overtime power play goal by Bryan Bagnoli.   “The power play was really clicking this weekend and Maggie (Bryan Bagnoli) had a great tournament” Chilcoff said.
 
The tournament did not start well for the Jr. Ducks.  They suffered a Thanksgiving Day loss 4-3 to the Wenatchee Jr. Wild but bounced back on “Black Friday” to defeat the AHU Silver Knights 7-3.  On Saturday the Jr. Ducks tied the Golden State Eagles 3-3 and then later in the day beat the Jr. Gulls 2, 3-2.  In Sunday’s Semi-Final game the Jr. Ducks beat the AHU Silver Knights 5-1 to advance to the finals that afternoon.  “Playing so many games in a short period of time you need to have everyone contributing and we had that this weekend” the head coach stated.
 
For the weekend Eric Wright led the way for the Jr. Ducks with 10 points, 7 of them goals.  Other notable scorers were Jon Pichedwatana (8 points  with 5 goals), Bryan Bagnoli (8 points with 4 goals) and Ryder Chilcoff had 7 points to lead the team in assists with 6.  “We don’t pay  attention to individual stats on this team” Eric Wright said. Assistant coach Bernie Gollette added, “We focus on our system and playing as a five-man unit.”
 
The Jr. Ducks 16AA1 team is currently 5-0-2 in CAHA league play and ranked 62nd in the country according to myhockeyrankings.com. “We are certainly proud of our efforts so far this year but there are California teams better than us at this point in the season, so we have to work harder each day to compete with them,” Chilcoff said.
 
Unfortunately, the team will not be able to compete in the Silver Stick finals due to a scheduling conflict with a CAHA weekend. “The players are extremely disappointed but understand the importance of CAHA weekends,” Chilcoff said.  The 16AA1 team’s next tournament is over Christmas where they will be playing in a Showcase Tournament held in Vancouver, Canada.  
 

 
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June 2015
Due to extensive schedule changes to our summer freestyle schedule please look at the online freestyle session calendar.

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June 2015
Due to our summer schedule please look at our online public session calendar or the most up to date information.

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June 2015
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