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Storm PeeWee's take 3rd Banner of the Year
Thursday, December 04, 2014 -

 Rolling on the River!

For the third time in as many months the Nevada Storm Peewee A hockey team have captured another Banner to hang in the rafters at the Las Vegas Ice Center. This time they did it in a dramatic fashion. After going 0-1-1 in the first two games the Storm had their backs against the wall. In a must win game the Storm came through with a 2-1 over the SD Selects, allowing them to claim 4th place ranking and a spot in the semi-finals to face off against SDIA, the only team who had beat them so far. The Storm got off to a great start scoring first and holding on to a 1-0 lead until 4 min left in the 3rd period.  After regulation the teams were locked at 1. After a 5 minute sudden death overtime the teams were still knotted up. It wasn’t until the 4th round of the shootout that the Storm prevailed yet again! After the emotional rollercoaster of the semifinals the Storm never flinched as they came out flying and scored an early goal in the first period and never looked back making their way to a 3-0 victory.

The defense was spectacular this weekend as Gia Avalone Nick Bonaldi and Bryce Wellman played incredible shutdown defense and Trent Carter and Jacob Underhill, not only shut down the opposition  but contributed on the offensive side as well. Up front everyone contributed. Whether it was  a huge shot block or an important wall battle or big back check, everyone had something to do with it, Tucker Smith, Grant Tharaldson, Quincy Scallion, Ean Vitz, Chase McCrossan, Landon Gaudreault, Dominic Surh, Tony Mazza, Kyle Martin and Jack McMahon. And yet again another great weekend from our goalies as Zack Ortolano and Joey Underhill stole the show. Joey Hallett was named MVP of the Championship Game.

The Storm now have a tough challenged ahead of them as they will be competing in the Peewee AA division of the International Silver Sticks tournament here in Vegas December 12-14.  

 

  

THREE'S COMPANY
Wednesday, December 03, 2014 -

 STORM ROLL THROUGH RIVERSIDE FOR THANKSGIVING

For the third time in as many months the Nevada Storm Peewee A hockey team has captured another banner to hang in the rafters at the Las Vegas Ice Center. This time they did it in a dramatic fashion. After going 0-1-1 in the first two games the Storm had their backs against the wall. In a must win game the Storm came through with a 2-1 over the SD Selects, allowing them to claim 4th place ranking and a spot in the semi-finals to face off against SDIA, the only team who had beat them so far. The Storm got off to a great start scoring first and holding on to a 1-0 lead until 4 min left in the 3rd period.  After regulation the teams were locked at 1. After a 5 minute sudden death overtime the teams were still knotted up. It wasn’t until the 4th round of the shootout that the Storm prevailed yet again! After the emotional rollercoaster of the semifinals the Storm never flinched as they came out flying and scored an early goal in the first period and never looked back making their way to a 3-0 victory.

The defense was spectacular this weekend as Gia Avalone Nick Bonaldi and Bryce Wellman played incredible shutdown defense and Trent Carter and Jacob Underhill, not only shut down the opposition  but contributed on the offensive side as well. Up front everyone contributed. Whether it was  a huge shot block or an important wall battle or big back check, everyone had something to do with it, Tucker Smith, Grant Tharaldson, Quincy Scallion, Ean Vitz, Chase McCrossan, Landon Gaudreault, Dominic Surh, Tony Mazza, Kyle Martin and Jack McMahon. And yet again another great weekend from our goalies as Zack Ortolano and Joey Hallett stole the show. Joey Hallett was named MVP of the Championship Game.

The Storm now have a tough challenged ahead of them as they will be competing in the Peewee AA division of the International Silver Sticks tournament here in Vegas December 12-14.  

 

Storm PeeWee's Strike Gold..... Again!
Sunday, October 19, 2014 -

Storm PeeWee's avenge their only loss of the Can Am tourney shutting down the Black Stars 2-0 in the gold Medal game to win their 2nd tournament of the season.   Storm teams have now won an amazing 4 Tournaments and two notched 2nd place finishes to start the season.

 

Storm Squirt Tournament Team Take Silver in CanAm
Sunday, October 19, 2014 -  

Storm Midgets take Silver in Can Am A division
Sunday, October 19, 2014 -  

PeeWee's take Chicago by Storm
Tuesday, September 30, 2014 -

This past weekend the Success of the Nevada Storm Organization continued with the Peewee A team being crowned champions of the My Hockey Tournament Chicago Pre season Challenge.  

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Storm Keeps Rolling
Monday, September 22, 2014 -

 The Nevada Storm strong Start continued this past weekend with Midgets and Bantam AA traveling to Arizona for the Icebreaker AA Invitational. 

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Storm Midgets Take 2nd Banner of the year!
Thursday, December 04, 2014 -

The Nevada Storm midget A team went 4-0 on the weekend winning 6-4,6-5,5-4,7-2 to take home the banner at the wildcats thanksgiving tourney. The team played very well and stayed very discipline in the first two games which could be described as a UFC match. Through all of the penalties both ways and all of the cheap shots flying they were able to stay focused and score some big goals when it mattered. The team proved that they could compete at a very high A level. I was very proud of the boys for sticking together as a team throughout the entire weekend and everybody giving it everything they had when they were on the ice. The boys were all very happy to have taken home another banner from a hard fought weekend.

 

  
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