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January 4, 2019

Dolphins win season high eighth in a row

DORCHESTER – NolaNolan Blewett scored his team leading 24th and 25th goals of the season and Braidon Duncan had a goal and two assists, as the Dorchester Dolphins won their eighth consecutive game downing the Lucan Irish, 8-2. The Dolphins improve to 26-5-0-0, tops in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division, five points ahead of the second place Exeter Hawks.
Blewett leads the 'Phins with 24 goals and 23 assists for 48 points. The 21-year old leap-frogs Lucan's Dillon Saunders and Exeter's Carter McLlwain, both with 24 goals, to take the goal scoring lead in the Yeck. His second goal was short-handed and Blewett now has a Yeck best five shorties.
Dorchester led 4-1 after one period and 5-2 following 40 minutes. Noah Lambe, Austin Bisschop, David Henshaw, Noah Small and Ryan Poley, rounded out the Dolphins' goal scoring.
Saunders, with his 24th goal and Ryan Marriage scored for Lucan.
The Dolphins travel to Parkhill, to face the North Middlesex Stars on Sunday. The Stars have handed the Dolphins three of their five losses this season.
Dorchester traded defenceman Nick Whitworth to Exeter on January 4th. In 18 games, Whitworth had a goal and seven assists.

 

 

January 1, 2019

Blewett player of the month for December

DORCHESTER – Nolan Blewett is the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division player of the month for December. The Dorchester Dolphins forward had five goals and seven assists, in six games during the month. Among his goals were a shorty and three scored on the power play. Blewett leads the Dolphins with 23 goals and 22 assists in 30 games. The 21-year old has two hat tricks and four other games with two goals. Dorchester went 7-0-0-0 during December and tops the division heading into the New Year, with a 25-5-0-0 record.

 

 

 

December 21, 2018

Blewett hat trick leads Dolphins' blow up of Spitfires

DORCHESTER – Nolan Blewett's second hat trick of the season helped the Dorchester Dolphins shell the Aylmer Spitfires, 12-0, in PJHL Yeck Div action, at the Flight Exec Centre.
The Dolphins win their 24th game of the season and remain in first place, one point ahead of the Exeter Hawks, who beat Port Stanley 7-1. Dorchester does have one game in hand.
Blewett scored at even strength, shorthanded and on the power play. The 21 year old leads the Dolphins with 22 goals and 21 assists for 43 points. Ryan Root and Griffin Sinden both had two goals, while Ryan Van Roestel, Dylan Van Dusen, Noah Small, Turner Balasin and Jovin Eterno had singles. Sinden also picked up three assists, while Dylan Buckholz had two heplers.
Goalie Matt Waller made 26 saves for his fifth career shutout.

 

 

December 19, 2018

Eterno lifts Dolphins over Trojans in OT

DORCHESTER – Jovin Eterno ended an offensive affair 49 seconds in to OT, lifting the Dorchester Dolphins over the Thamesford Trojans, 6-5, in PJHL Yeck Division action. Each side overcame two goal deficits. The Dolphins in the first period down 2-0 and the Trojans in the second period trailing 4-2. Ryan Root completed his first career junior hat trick, tying the game at five for the Dolphins. James Newland and Noah Lambe, also scored for the 'Phins. Griffin Sinden assisted on the Dolphins' final four goals, while both Newland and Nolan Blewett both picked up two helpers. Chris Dimmers potted a hat trick for the Trojans, while Cole Schnittiker and Tyler Arndt had singles. Dorchester leap frogs Exeter in to first place in the division, with a 23-5-0-0 record.

 

December 16, 2018

Stuffies to the ice and pucks in the net

DORCHESTER – Once the stuffies were flying the Dorchester Dolphins were on their way. Turner Balasin tipped a Nolan Blewett point shot in to the Port Stanley Sailors’ net, signalling the 400 spectators in attendance to start throwing, on Teddy Bear Toss night, Friday, at the Flight Exec Centre. Once the ice was cleared of stuffies destined for the Dorchester Food Bank, the Dolphins were firing pucks in to the Port Stanley net , adding three more goals in four minutes, for a 4-0 lead. Dylan Van Dusen scored twice, Jovin Eterno had a goal and two assists and goalie Matt Waller stopped all 19 pucks fired his way, as the Dolphins blanked the Sailors, 7-0.

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November 30, 2018

Blewett hat trick leads Dolphins

DORCHESTER – Nolan Blewett scored in each period and assisted on goals by Turner Balasin and Aidan Reid, as the Dorchester Dolphins dumped the Lucan Irish, 10-4, in PJHL Yeck Division action. Dylan Buckholz and Dylan Van Dusen both with short-handed goals, Ryan Poley and an unassisted effort by Ryan Van Roestel, also tally for the 'Phins.

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November 28, 2018

Dolphins lead PJHL Yeck Division at season mid point

DORCHESTER – The Dorchester Dolphins are in a good spot. At the mid point of the regular season the Dolphins lead the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division with a 16-4-0-0 record.

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November 5, 2018

Dolphins continue to lead division despite North Middlesex results

DORCHESTER - The Dorchester Dolphins haven’t lost back to back games this season and that trend continued with a 5-3 win at Lambeth Sunday. The 'Phins improve to 13-3-0-0 and continue to lead the PJHL Yeck Division. But the North Middlesex Stars have handed the Dolphins two of their three losses, including on November 2.

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September 28, 2018

Kart racer helps Dolphins remain perfect

DORCHESTER – This summer Austin Bisschop was behind the wheel winning a season points championship in Kart racing. Now in a seat with the Dorchester Dolphins, the soon to be 19-year old is aiming to help his hometown team drive towards a Yeck Division title in the Provincial Junior Hockey League. Bisschop scored his first career junior goal, as the Dolphins blanked the Aylmer Spitfires, 3-0, at the Flight Exec Centre, to remain perfect at 6-0-0.

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September 26, 2018

Dolphins blanks Irish improving to 5-0

DORCHESTER - Aidan Reid, Dylan Buckholz and Nolan Blewett, while shorthanded, scored as the Dorchester Dolphins blanked the Lucan Irish, 3-0, in Provincial Junior Hockey League action.
Goalie Caleb Pinsonneault made 21 saves for the shutout. The Dolphins lead the PJHL Yeck Division with a 5-0-0 record.

 

September 22, 2018

Dolphins dump Sailors, 6-3

PORT STANLEY, ON. - Dylan Buckholz scores twice, while Dylan Van Dusen, Jovin Eterno, Braidon Duncan and James Newland, have singles, as the Dorchester Dolphins defeat the Port Stanley Sailors, 6-3, in Provincial Junior Hockey action. Dawson Maton, Austin Muscutt and Kyle Hopper pot goals for the Sailors. The Dolphins remain the lone unbeaten team in the Yeck Division at 4-0-0.

 

 

September 21, 2018

Dolphins win battle of the undefeated

DORCHESTER – Alex Pettipiece has arrived. The recently turned 18-year old Dorchester native potted a pair of goals for his hometown team, including the game winner, as the Dorchester Dolphins doubled up on the Lambeth Lancers, 4-2, in a meeting of the undefeated teams, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division. Pettipiece, who celebrated a birthday seven days ago, scored his first two career goals in junior, striking twice in 53 seconds, both times on the power play, to bump the Dolphins’ lead to 3-0 in the first period.

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September 15, 2018

Dolphins start PJHL season with pair of wins

DORCHESTER – Ryan Root has sprouted a winning streak very early in the season. The Dorchester Dolphins’ fourth year forward scored the decisive goal, in a 4-3 edging over the Thamesford Trojans, giving the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) club wins on home ice on back to back nights. Twenty four hours earlier, Dorchester defeated the Port Stanley Sailors, 3-2, to open the 2018-19 season.

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August 29, 2018

Schruder returns to Dolphins with Steele

DORCHESTER – Bruce is back and the returning general manager is bringing in a head coach from a local rival. After two years away from the Dorchester Dolphins, Bruce Schruder returns to the GM chair, following the resignation of Tim Flynn earlier this month. Schruder's first move was hiring Mark Steele to be head coach of the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) team.

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May 9, 2018

Dolphins hand out 2017/18 team awards

DORCHESTER – The Dorchester Dolphins Junior C hockey club recently handed out their team awards for the 2017/18 season.

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March 14, 2018

Lambeth clinches PJHL Yeck title dethroning Dolphins

DORCHESTER – The Dorchester Dolphins' reign is over. The Lambeth Lancers are the new kings of the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division, after blanking the Dolphins, 5-0, here in game five of the championship series. Donny Manzara, with two goals, including the winner, Ray Robbins, Mitchell Jenner and Chase St. Aubin scored. Goalie Zack Weir made 23 saves for the shutout. Lambeth advances to the West conference final, a PJHL Schmalz Cup quarterfinal, against the Lakeshore Canadiens.

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March 12, 2018

Dolphins face 3-1 hole in PJHL Yeck Division final

DORCHESTER – If the Dorchester Dolphins want to three-peat as champions, they will have to win three consecutive games first. That is the challenge trailing the Lambeth Lancers, three games to one, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division final, following a 5-2 game four loss, at the Flight Exec Centre.

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March 9, 2018

Dolphins charge back in Yeck final with 5-2 road win

LAMBETH, ON. - The Dorchester Dolphins have kept it a series. Five different marksmen scored, as the Dolphins defeated the Lambeth Lancers, 5-2, in game three of the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division final, cutting Lambeth's lead in the series, to two games to one. Brent House, Aidan Reid, Lucas Wilson, Ryan Poley and Dylan Buckholz scored for Dorchester. Nolan Blewett drew two assists, while House and Wilson, also had single helpers. Wilson is the Yeck's top playoff scorer with 23 points, on 11 goals and 12 assists. Blewett sits second, with 12 goals and nine assists for 21 points.
"We played well. All four lines were going," Dolphins' head coach Tim Flynn said. "We played with an edge. Finished checks and fore-checked them hard. We went to the net, created traffic and got some goals from rebounds."
Jonah Goodman and Andrew Chambers, replied for the Lancers, who lose on home ice for just the fourth time this season. It was role reversal from game two, in terms of the score and shots on net. Dorchester out shot Lambeth in game two, but lost 5-2. Tonight, the Lancers led the shot clock, 41-34, but Dolphins' goalie Riley Brown made 39 saves. Lambeth goalie Brock MacDonald suffers his first loss, regular season and playoffs combined, after a 26-0 run, including game one of the Yeck final. The Dolphins have the opportunity to turn the series around in about 24 hours. Game four is Monday, 8 p.m. in Dorchester.

 

 

March 9, 2018

Lambeth takes 2-0 lead over Dorchester in PJHL Yeck final

DORCHESTER – The Dorchester Dolphins' head coach Tim Flynn is looking to his team to seize the opportunity. That includes coming to play for the entire 60 minute game. The Dolphins trail the Lambeth Lancers two games to none, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division final, after a Lancers' 5-2 win, at the Flight Exec Centre.

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March 7, 2018

Lancers edge Dolphins for game one of PJHL Yeck Division final

LAMBETH, ON. – The Lambeth Lancers made the first strike. Jonah Goodman' second goal of the game, coming on the power play 4:29 into the third period, held as the game winner, as the Lancers edged the Dorchester Dolphins, 3-2, in game one the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division final, at Lambeth arena. Dorchester's Nolan Blewett had tied the game, just two minutes earlier, also with the man advantage. Colin Osler opener the scoring for the Dolphins, 2:36 into the opening period. Lambeth took a 2-1 lead by period's end, with Anthony Scattalon and Goodman scoring. A quiet game with just seven minor penalties in the game.
It is the third time in six years, Lambeth and Dorchester have met in the Yeck final. Lambeth won a seven game thriller in 2013, while the Dolphins avenged the series loss winning the title in 2014.
The Dolphins are two-time reigning Yeck Division champions and have eliminated the Lancers the past three seasons. Lambeth finished first in the regular season, while the Dolphins were third.

 

 

March 1, 2018

Newland hat trick leads Dorchester back to final with sweep of Exeter

DORCHESTER – An opportunity to three-peat is on the table. The Dorchester Dolphins, the reigning two-time Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division champions, will be going for a third consecutive title, following a four game sweep of the Exeter Hawks, in the semi-finals. Dorchester, making its sixth consecutive appearance in the final, will face the Lambeth Lancers.
Defenceman James Newland led the way with a hat trick and goalie Ryan Murray stopped all 27 shots, as the Dolphins blanked the Hawks, 4-0, in the clinching game.

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February 26, 2018

Dolphins have command of series leading Exeter 3-0

EXETER, ON. – Only one team in the Yeck Division has played in the final for each of the past five seasons. The Dorchester Dolphins, only in their sixth season of existence, are one game away from making a sixth consecutive appearance. Thanks to a 4-2 win Sunday, the Dolphins lead the Exeter Hawks, three games to none, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck semifinal.

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February 24, 2018

Dolphins grab 2-0 series lead on Wilson's winner

DORCHESTER – Dylan Buckholz scored twice and assisted on a goal by Nick Whitworth, while Lucas Wilson had the game winner, as the Dorchester Dolphins defeated the Exeter Hawks, 4-2, taking a 2-0 lead in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division semifinal. Tied at two after 40 minutes, Wilson scored early third period, with Buckholz adding a empty netter in the last minute of the game. James Newland and Brent House, each picked up two assists. Jon Baker, while shorthanded and Ian VandenHeuvel, on the power play, scored for Exeter.

 

 

February 23, 2018

Wilson carries Dolphins to 5-3 win in semifinal opener

EXETER, ON. – A playoff monster thus far in the post season, Lucas Wilson scores twice and sets up both Nolan Blewett goals, including a shorthanded empty netter, carrying the Dorchester Dolphins over the Exeter Hawks, 5-3, in the opening game of their Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division semifinal. Dylan Buckholz also tallies for the Dolphins, while both Turner Balasin and Ryan Root, pick up 2 assists. Liam Melady with two goals and Alex Bishop, scored for the Hawks, who were two for seven on the power play. Wilson has seven goals and eight assists in six playoff games.

 

 

February 16, 2018

Dolphins take series in five games with wild 9-5 win

DORCHESTER - Tim Pieper’s first game as team captain will be a memorable one. In a wild offensive shootout, the Dorchester Dolphins managed to finally tame the growl of the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, with a 9-5 win, clinching the Provincial Junior Hockey League series in five games, in front of crowd of 400 spectators, at the Flight Exec Centre. Ryan Root, Ryan Poley and Turner Balasin, each scored twice, with Dylan Buckholz, Andrew Bugeja and Dylan Van Dusen, having singles. Brent House and defenceman Nick Whitworth, both picked up three assists. Dorchester joins Lambeth waiting for second round opponents.

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February 14, 2018

Dolphins take 3-1 series lead on Poley's winner

MT BRYDGES, ON. - Lucas Wilson continues to lead the Dorchester Dolphins. The veteran forward scored twice in a 5-2 game four win over the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, his fifth and sixth goals of the series the 'Phins now lead 3-1. Ryan Poley broke a 2-2 tie, three minutes into the third period, before Aidan Reid and Wilson, added insurance. Ryan Root gave the Dolphins a 1-0 lead, before Ryan Hopkins tied it up. Wilson made it 2-1, but Patrick Keogh replied for the Bulldogs. Wilson has six goals and four assists in the series. Game five is at Dorchester on Friday.

 

 

February 11, 2018

'Dogs bite back winning in OT

DORCHESTER - The stranglehold was on the table for the Dorchester Dolphins. The Mt Brydges Bulldogs however, jumped up and devoured it like an old bone, preventing the Dolphins from taking a commanding three games to none lead, in the best of seven Provincial Junior Hockey League series. Ryan Hopkins completed his hat trick, two minutes into overtime, giving the Bulldogs a 5-4 win and cutting the Dolphins’ series lead in half, now at two games to one.

 

February 10, 2018

Dolphins rout Bulldogs in series opener

MT. BRYDGES, ON. - Dorchester Dolphins' head coach Tim Flynn wanted to see secondary scoring from his team entering the Provincial Junior Hockey League playoffs. His team came through in a 5-2 win over the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, with five different goal scorers. Nick Whitworth, Dylan Van Dusen, Nolan Blewett, Adam Priamo and Ryan Poley scored for the Dolphins. No points from the team's top line of Dylan Buckholz, Ryan Root and Brent House. Tanner Lafrance and Ryan Hopkins, scored for the Bulldogs, who were shut out on eight power play opportunities.
Dorchester takes a two games to none lead in the best of seven series.

 

February 9, 2018

Dolphins rout Bulldogs in series opener

DORCHESTER - Nolan Blewett and Dylan Buckholz both score twice, to lead the Dorchester Dolphins to a 7-2 win over the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, in game one of their best of seven Provincial Junior Hockey League first round series. Lucas Wilson, in his first game in over six weeks, due to a 10 game suspension, has a goal and three assists. Turner Balasin and James Newland also score for the 'Phins. Jake Watkins and Caleb Schyvenaars, replied for the Bulldogs, who had the game knotted at two after one period. Buckholz gave the Dolphins their first lead of the game, at 3-2, 19 seconds into the second frame. Wilson scored on the power play eight minutes later.

 

 

February 8, 2018

Dolphins meet Bulldogs in PJHL opening round

DORCHESTER - Tim Flynn will have an unusual view for the Provincial Junior Hockey League playoffs. The Dorchester Dolphins' head coach will look down his bench and see 18 regular players, healthy and ready for action. Dorchester meets the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs in the opening round, with game one, in Dorchester, 7:30 pm. Friday.

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February 3, 2018

'Phins drop third straight to finish regular season

DORCHESTER - The Dorchester Dolphins have lost three consecutive games for first time in over three years, after falling to the Thamesford Trojans, 5-4, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League. Tonight's loss, the Dolphins' final regular season game, follows defeats at Exeter on Friday and to Lambeth, on January 27th. It is Dorchester's longest losing streak since dropping three in a row, in late 2014. Dylan Buckholz, with his Yeck Division leading 37th goal, Nolan Blewett, Christian Huff, Dylan Van Dusen scored for the 'Phins. Chris Dimmers scored twice for Thamesford, while Tristan Walsh, Kurtis White and Cody Clerc, had singles.
Dorchester (27-11-0-2) will face Mt Brydges (15-21-0-3), in the first round of the PJHL playoffs, while Thamesford (20-20-0-0) takes on North Middlesex (24-13-0-2).

 

 

February 2, 2018

Exeter nails down second spot edging Dolphins

EXETER, ON. - The Dorchester Dolphins will finish third in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division. Liam Melady scored twice in the second period, as the Exeter Hawks edged the Dolphins 2-1, to clinch second place. The visiting 'Phins did out shoot the Hawks, 52-27, but only Dylan Buckholz with his Yeck leading 36th goal, could beat Hawks' goalie Dane Gubbels. The Dolphins needed a win, to tie the Hawks in the standings, and make deciding second place come down to each team's final regular season game. The two teams will now complete the schedule on Saturday, with the results having no impact on the standings.

 

 

January 27, 2018

Lancers remove Dolphins from first place contention

DORCHESTER - An old rival prevented the Dorchester Dolphins from finishing first for a third consecutive season. The Lambeth Lancers eliminated the Dolphins from first place contention for this season in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division, with a 4-3 overtime win, at the Flight Exec Centre. Ray Robbins scored his second goal of the game, just 44 seconds into OT.

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January 24, 2018

Dolphins' Bucky shows why he's an all-star

DORCHESTER - Dylan Buckholz showed why he was selected to the Yeck Division all-star team. The Dorchester Dolphins' centreman had three goals and three assists, in a 7-1 win over the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, in Provincial Junior Hockey League action. Defenceman James Newland joins Buckholtz on the all-star team.

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January 19, 2018

Season of injuries now wearing on Dolphins

DORCHESTER - If the Dorchester Dolphins were a car, they would be the one held together by duct tape, Bondo body filler and wire hangers. Due to the rash of injuries costing over 100 man games, the Provincial Junior Hockey League team has endured a season playing with a shortened bench or with several midget call-ups in the line-up, while attempting to finish first in the Yeck Division for a third consecutive season.

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January 10, 2018

Injuries, flu, suspensions, fail to slow Dolphins

DORCHESTER - As fireworks erupted celebrating the start of 2018, the Dorchester Dolphins could also toast to their first place standing as a new year started. It was a remarkable achievement considering the Dolphins have lost over 100 man games to injuries this season, along with a number of players forced to watch from the sidelines due to suspensions.

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December 2, 2017

BRW line leads Dolphins to victory over Thamesford

DORCHESTER -  Dylan Buckholtz, Ryan Root and Lucas Wilson, combined for 12 points, carrying the Dorchester Dolphins to a 8-4 win, over the Thamesford Trojans. Root had two goals and two assists, while Buckholtz and Wilson, each had a goal and three assists. The Dolphins leap-frog the idle Lambeth Lancers, to land back in top spot of the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division, with a 19-6-0-1 record. David Henshaw, Zach Robertson, James Newland and Turner Balasin, also scored for Dorchester.

 

November 27, 2017

Dolphins regain top spot in the PJHL Yeck division

DORCHESTER -  Led by the best power play in the division, the Dorchester Dolphins are back in first place. Defenceman James Newland scored twice with the man advantage, the difference as the Dolphins edged the Lambeth Lancers, 2-1, at the Flight Exec Centre, in a game between the top two teams, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division. The win leap-frogs the Dolphins over the Lancers to first place. The Dolphins’ top ranked power play, operating at an incredible 30.9 per cent, was advantageous again a day later, producing two goals, in a 5-4 win, at Port Stanley.

 

 

November 13, 2017

Dolphins' power play punishing opponents

AYLMER, ON. -  Opponents are learning the hard way, not to take penalties against the Dorchester Dolphins. As the top ranked power play, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division, the Dolphins are cashing in over 31 per cent and that is a major reason for their 16-0-4-1 record.

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September 23, 2017

Spitfires shoot down Dolphins' unbeaten streak

AYLMER, ON. -  The streak has been shot down. The Aylmer Spitfires became the first team in 45 regular season games, to defeat the Dorchester Dolphins, in the Provincial Junior Hockey League Yeck Division, with 6-4 win. Dorchester had not lost since their final regular season game for the 2015/16 season. The Dolphins went 39-0-1 last season and started this season off with three wins. Tied at one, the Spitfires exploded for four goals in the second period for a 5-1 lead. The Dolphins fought back in the third period, with three goals, but Spits’ Connor Darville’s goal with under four minutes remaining secured a win. Brayden Smith, Jake Morin, Tyler Hinde, James Collins and Dustin Dunlop, built the Spitfire lead after 40 minutes. Morin also had two assists. Dylan Buckholtz, with two goals, Carter Forget and Ryan Root, replied for the Dolphins. Brent House picked up three assists. Dorchester out-shot Aylmer, 36-30, including 13-4, in the third period.

 

 

September 22, 2017

Dolphins respond to mid game letdown

DORCHESTER -  Three goals in the late stages of the third period carried the Dorchester Dolphins, over the Lucan Irish, 7-4, in Provincial Junior Hockey League action, at the FlightExec Centre.
The Dolphins led 4-0, just four minutes in to the second period, with Ryan Root, Ryan Poley, Lucas Wilson and Brent House tallying. But the Irish fought back to even terms, by the five minute mark of the third. However, the Dolphins, who now haven't lost in 44 consecutive regular season games, scored three times in 4:38, as Dylan Buckholtz, with the game winner, Wilson and Dylan Van Dusen, buried pucks. Dolphins' defenceman Colin Osler, picked up three assists.

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September 16, 2017

Dolphins hold off the Sailors in Port's home opener

PORT STANLEY, ON. -  Ryan Root's goal following a penalty kill proved to the be game winner, as the Dorchester Dolphins edged the Port Stanley Sailors, 5-4, in Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) Yeck Division action here tonight. Root's goal mid way through the third period put the Dolphins up 5-3. Austin Muscutt pulled the Sailors to within one again with 43 seconds remaining in the game. Braedon Dorion scored twice for the Dolphins, who now are 2-0 on the season. Mike Tuffin and Brent House, completed the Dolphins goal scoring. Derek Smith, also with three assists, Brayden Latimer and Dawson Cook, scored for the Sailors, now at 1-1.

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September 15, 2017

Dolphins silence Bulldogs with a 9-0 blitzing in home opener

DORCHESTER -  The Yeck Division champions have continued from where they left off last season. The Dorchester Dolphins went undefeated during the 2016/17 regular season (39-0-1), in the Provincial Junior Hockey League, winning several games by lop-sided scores. That trend has carried into the new season, at least for the Dolphins’ home opener, with a 9-0 silencing of the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, at the Flight Exec Centre. Lucas Wilson, Dylan Buckholtz and James Newland, each scored twice, while Nick Whitworth, Mike Tuffin and Brent House, had singles.
Braedon Dorion, on a line with Buckholtz and House, drew four assists. Goalie Riley Brown made 27 saves, for his fifth career PJHL regular season shutout (11th including playoffs).

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September 13, 2017

Major changes for Dolphins entering PJHL 2017-18 season

DORCHESTER -  Fans of the Dorchester Dolphins will need a line-up card, when the 2017/18 Provincial Junior Hockey League season hits the ice. The Yeck Division champions undergone several changes, including a new coaching staff. Several well known players are gone, including the Dolphins' two top scorers from last season, Derek Todosichuk and Jay Ritchie, along with captain Tyler Blue, the Dolphins' longest serving player.

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ied into the new season, at least for the Dolphins’ home opener, with a 9-0 silencing of the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs, at the Flight Exec Centre. Lucas Wilson, Dylan Buckholtz and James Newland, each scored twice, while Nick Whitworth, Mike Tuffin and Brent House, had singles.
Braedon Dorion, on a line with Buckholtz and House, drew four assists. Goalie Riley Brown made 27 saves, for his fifth career PJHL regular season shutout (11th including playoffs).

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September 13, 2017

Major changes for Dolphins entering PJHL 2017-18 season

DORCHESTER -  Fans of the Dorchester Dolphins will need a line-up card, when the 2017/18 Provincial Junior Hockey League season hits the ice. The Yeck Division champions undergone several changes, including a new coaching staff. Several well known players are gone, including the Dolphins' two top scorers from last season, Derek Todosichuk and Jay Ritchie, along with captain Tyler Blue, the Dolphins' longest serving player.

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