Category: Sport Corner-Titanium

Sportsmanship Trophy 2016-2017

The PeterGoverde Memorial Sportsmanship Trophy is awarded to the player that best exemplifies  the ideals of sportsmanship, integrity and fair play, combined with a high standard of playing ability.

We had a really deserving nominees for the inaugural season  and playoffs of 2016-2017.

Our first nominee was #2 from Aware, Brandon Vick.  Brandon had a great inaugural season and post season putting together 15 goals and 26 points.

Our second nominee for the PeterGoverde Memorial Sportsmanship Trophy was #95 Jari Eerikainen from Sport Corner-Titanium.  Jari played 11 games during the 2016-2017 regular season with 3 goals and a total of 10 points.

Our third nominee was #12 of Hooters Nana, David Blomqvist.  During the 2016-2017 regular season, David played in 14 games, scoring 2 goals with 4 points.

The winner of the inaugural PeterGoverde Memorial Sportmanship Trophy was Jari Eerikainen for his outstanding play throughout the regular season and playoffs as well as not receiving a single penalty minute.

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SHL Playoff MVP 2016-2017

The Siam Hockey League Playoff MVP trophy is awarded to the most valuable player for his team during the playoffs.

We had a really exciting 2016-2017 playoffs.  In our first round, we had the 4th place Hooters Nana going head to head with the 1st place Sukhumvit Spitfires, and we had the 2nd place Sport Corner-Titanium facing off against the 3rd place Aware. 

Hooters defeated the Spitfires in best of 3 series, winning their 1st game 2-1 and their 2nd game 5-3, giving themselves a break between the semi-final round and the final round.

SC-Titanium had their hands full with Aware, losing a rough one to Aware 6-3, but coming back in the second game to win a close 2-1 match up, forcing a 3rd game, in which they dominated Aware with a 4-1 victory to advance to the final round.

SC-Titanium annihilated Hooters in the first game 10-1!  In the second game, Hooters really fought hard to make up for their first game.  The were leading at the end of the first period by a score of 2-1, and also at the end of the second period by a score of 3-2.  SC-Titanium came back in the third period scoring 2 goals and preventing Hooters from scoring again to win the first SHL Championship by a final score of 4-3!

Our first nominee for the Playoff MVP Trophy was #71 Zak Garofolo.  Zak was only able to play in the playoff rounds, but he did put together 2 goals and 9 points in those 2 games.

Our second nominee was #67 from Hooters Nana, Michael (M. White) White.  M. White played in 3 of Hooters 4 games, amassing 4 goals with 6 points in the playoffs.

Our third nominee was Sport Corner-Titanium’s #92, Jouni Heinonen.  Jouni was the only player of the 3 nominees to play in all of his teams playoff games, putting together 7 goals and 9 points with 0 penalties.

The Siam Hockey League’s Playoff MVP Trophy was awarded to Jouni Heinonen for his superior play during the 2016-2017 playoffs!

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Most Points 2016-2017

Our Most Points Trophy is sponsored by the KCG Corporation.

We had some really strong players during our inaugural season with having 12 players getting 15 or more points in our 16 game season.

 

In third place we had Brandon Vick from Aware:

Brandon Vick - Aware
# Position PoG GP G A P PPG SHG GWG GTG SHOG PIM
2 Center 0 15 15 11 26 1 1 3 1 1 2.5

 

In second place we had Mike Wilson from Sport Corner-Titanium:

Mike Wilson - Sport Corner-Titanium
# Position PoG GP G A P PPG SHG GWG GTG SHOG PIM
20 Defense 3 15 12 15 27 1 3 5 1 1 2.5

 

And in first place we had John “Silky Mitts” Schachnovsky of Sport Corner-Titanium:

 

Silky Mitts had an amazing 2016-2017 season.  In the first game of the season, Silky Mitts scored his first goal in the first minute of the first period and he just kept going from there.

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2016-2017 SHL Championship

We had a great first season topped off with a whirlwind of a post season.  The first round of the playoffs started off with a the Sukhumvit Spitfires (1) facing off against Hooters Nana (2) and Sport Corner-Titanium (2) going head to head with the Aware (3).

 

Hooters Nana swept their best of three series against Sukhumvit Spitfires by squeaking out a win in the first game by 2-1 and in the second game, they came back in the third period to win it 5-3.

 

Aware got the first game of their series by trouncing Sport Corner-Titanium 6-3.  Sport Corner-Titanium were able to hold of Aware’s third period comeback to win the second game 2-1.  In the third game, Sport Corner-Titanium soundly beat the Aware 4-1 to move on to the finals.

 

You would think Hooters Nana would be ready for this game with having a break that Sport Corner-Titanium didn’t have, but they looked a bit flat in this one as Sport Corner-Titanium destroyed them 10-1.  In the second game, Hooters Nana came out like they were on fire, and took an early lead.  Things would looking good for Hooters Nana at the end of the second period as they were leading Sport Corner-Titanium 3-2, but Sport Corner-Titanium scored 2 unanswered goals in the third to steal the victory from Hooters Nana and win the inaugural Siam Hockey Leagues Championship with a final score of 4-2!

Rolling Stone Pizza Player of the Game Monday 12th December 2016

This weeks The Rolling Stone Player of the Game for our late game is JOHN SCHACHNOVSKY! With a hat trick and an assist, John was part of every goal on his teams side of the game sheet making this an easy decision! Congratulations John and great work!

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Spitfires vs Sport Corner-Titanium November 27th Rolling Stone Player of the Game

The Rolling Stone Wood Fired Pizza award goes to Jouni Heinonen in game 3 of the SHL. He opened the scoring for Sport Corner Titanium in the first period, added an assist in the second and also finished the scoring late in the third to secure the win.

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Sport Corner-Titanium vs Aware November 20th Rolling Stone Player of the Game

Congratulations to Gabor Toth – the Player of the game and winner of our Rolling Stone Wood Fired Pizza award.

The Sport Corner Titanium net minder proved once again that a good goalie is half the team; carrying his team in regulation and stopping 2 out of 3 shooters in the shootout for the win.

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