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The Kitchener Ice Pirates is a special needs hockey program, providing children and adults with developmental disabilities from across Waterloo Region the opportunity to particiapte in a hockey program that is tailored to their specific needs. Our participant's abilities range from new non-skaters to those on their way to becoming great hockey players. Players on the Ice Pirates gain a sense of fairplay friendship, and an amazing sense of accomplishment as they improve their hockey skills.
Gerry Gomez, who served as an assistant to Jon Goyens for the past five years, has been named the new head coach of the Lac St. In five years together, we reached three playoff finals and one Telus Cup bronze in Gomez grew up in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, playing in the old North Shore hockey organization.
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Gino is known as the coach that brings intensity to his trainings. He brings everything he has, and expects the same in return from his players. His passion for coaching is evident with the relationships he builds with his players from every team he coaches or trains.
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The Raiders and Fort Saskatchewan Rangers received first-round byes in the opening best-of-five series as the top two teams in north standings. Eric Perneel finished 10th in the AMHL scoring race with 38 points with a team-high 21 goals, including six on the power play. Captain Erik Boers ranked second on the Raiders with 15 goals and 28 points.
On Sunday at Garon, the Royal will get another crack at the Lions with a pm meeting. The Lac St. Louis Lions dug a hole for themselves, then responded by scoring 14 seconds apart to tie it before completing a big third-period comeback against the Laval Montreal Rousseau-Royal.
Goyens, 41, took a step up the coaching ladder last week when he was named head coach of the Baie-Comeau Drakkar of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. He replaces Martin Bernard whose contract was not renewed after the Drakkar were eliminated by the Moncton Wildcats in the first round of the QMJHL playoffs following a point season. After developing 15 and 16 year old midget hockey talent for the past decade, Goyens is looking forward to the challenge of coaching junior.