Waking Up with the Vets – Oct 09

The Vets opened up their weekend home stand last night against the visiting Burford Bulldogs. After picking up 3 of 4 points last weekend, the Vets were hoping to get the weekend off to a good start against the 0 – 2 Bulldogs.

Graeme Noye was tapped for the start tonight after putting in a good performance in Norwich last weekend. The 19 year old was stellar once again as he shut out the Bulldogs and provided the guys in front of him time to find their legs.

Speaking of those in front, the Vets were not themselves early on but once they found their game they were able to carry the play. Caden Bower opened the scoring after making a tidy move around Bulldogs tender Shendon Smith at 8:42 in the first. Coming out of the first intermission up one, the Vets we’re able to extend their lead to 3 by the end of the second frame. Bower added his second of the game while Drew Mullett netted his first of the young season. The third was more of the same as the Vets found the cage three more times before the day end of the game winning 6 – 0. Mack Easter and Christian Pelley notched their firsts with the Navy Vets while Baker also beat Smith.

At the end of the day, when the lights went out the Vets got what they came to get by adding two more points to their early season tally but they will need to take things to another level tonight if they want the same result against the visiting Applejacks.


Special Congratulations to:

Grame Noye with his first shutout of the season. Christian Pelley scored his first goal as a Navy Vets. Mack Easter also scored his first in AnchorTown.

What’s Next:

Tonight, the perfect Wellesley Applejacks come to town. The Applejacks are 2 – 0 after beating Burford and Norwich last weekend.

Around the Doherty:

In other action, the still perfect New Hamburg Firebirds defeated the Tavistock Braves by a score of 5 to 3 on home ice. The Norwich Merchants came back on the Hespeler Shamrocks to win 6 – 5. The merchants trailed 4 -2 early in the 3rd before mounting their comeback.

Current Standings:

Additional Notes:

The Vets are dawning pink ribbons on their helmets for the month of October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Next weekend’s game against the New Hamburg Firebirds is Breast Cancer Awareness night so fans are encouraged to wear Pink!

Ticketing Information:

Fans are asked to get their tickets ahead of time. While we can process tickets at the gate, it will be a delayed process. Purchasing ahead of time ensures that we fulfill our requirements related to contact tracing while also creating long lines and delays.

To purchase tickets go to: http://woodstocknavyvets.eventbrite.com

Season tickets (flex passes) are also available at the above web address.