Peewee Rep, 2015-2016 (Wasaga Beach Minor Hockey)

Attention: You are viewing a team outside of the current season. Click here to view teams in the current season.
News ArchiveLatest News
Click to view full-size image
Submitted By jarthurs on Friday, March 25, 2016 (1143 views)
What a series! What an OMHA playoff season for the Wasaga Stars Peewee team!
A huge congratulations to the players, coaching staff and fans.

Read More

Click to view full-size image
Submitted By jarthurs on Saturday, March 5, 2016 (723 views)
The final game of the series was on the road as the Wasaga Stars travelled to Bancroft.

The three hour drive didn't seem to have an impact as the Stars came out ready to play in front of a packed crowd at the Bancroft arena.  After 15 minutes of play, Jackson was the first player to put one past the Jets goalie with an assist from Marcus and Evan.
Wasaga continued to up the score with both Marcus and Riley scoring before the end of the first period.
The first half of the second period was all Stars with Marcus putting in his 2nd of 3 for the night, and Patrick and Evan continuing their scoring streaks started last game. Midway through the second period, it was the Jets who turned on the afterburners and scored 3 unanswered goals from mid second period and into the 3rd period, igniting the Bancroft fans.
Despite the strength of the cheering fans and the volume of music, the Wasaga team rallied together and soon answered back. Team captains Marcus and Riley, showed true leadership as they broke the Jets' momentum and each delivered a goal in the 3rd. Assists this game went to  Marcus (2), Owen (2), Evan, Patrick (2), Jackson(2), Matthew,Riley and Haydn.

Another great game and series by Shayne, being the backbone of the team and standing up against a Jets team packed with hard shooters, and a couple players with some very  tricky moves.

The team will be looking forward to the finals against Tavistock. 

Click to view full-size image
Submitted By jarthurs on Friday, February 26, 2016 (778 views)
I promise to play for the logo on the front, not the name on the back - Sidney Crosby

Teamwork based on complete selflessness. This is looking like the key factor, the final lesson to be mastered,  that is required in order to push the Stars into the range of game perfection needed to continue moving ahead in the OMHA finals. Coach Paul and Charlie have emphasized this and worked on this all season and tonight the results were evident as the Stars worked together and finished ahead of the Bancroft Jets with a 4-0 win.

Another shutout by star goaltender Shayne frustrated the attacking Jets offense. This set the stage for the Wasaga team to work together and after nearly two full periods of end to end no goal action, turn the score to a 1-0 lead for Wasaga with a goal by Marcus.

Significant improvements in the team's breakout and defensive support in the offensive end was shown with both Maddox and Aaron contributing 2 assists each tonight.  It was support from the D that led to a pass to Riley who fed the puck forward to Jackson for a breakaway goal, sniping a shot past the tender mid glove side. Riley went on to score two more goals in the 3rd period to help wrap things up and help settle an excited and nervous Wasaga crowd.

Read More

Click to view full-size image
Submitted By jarthurs on Sunday, February 7, 2016 (821 views)
Hey....are those two brothers?
It couldn't be more evident that the Collins boys have spent a lot of their lives playing hockey together as today the senior welcomed the rookie back to the forward line of the Wasaga Stars. Owen, playing the wing tonight, lined up 3 goals. Marcus added a goal and 3 assists to help the Stars win the first game of a best of 5 series against the Durham Crusaders.
It didn't take long for the Crusaders to know they were up against some skilled shooters. Early in the game Riley blasted a slapshot into the crossbar from the blue line, and soon landed the puck behind the goaltender for one of two goals tonight. With Evan, Haydn and Matthew adding assists, the forward crew worked hard and battled end to end to finish off the game with a 7-2 victory.
Excellent defense and goaltending made for a tough game for the Durham team, with emotions running high and many penalties for both teams.
This series is bound to be a very exciting one as the tenacious Durham team had many chances tonight and will be looking to capitalize on them next time when the Stars travel south for the next game.

Go Stars!

Click to view full-size image
Submitted By jarthurs on Saturday, January 30, 2016 (1106 views)
"If they can't score, they can't win!". This must have been what goaltender Shayne was focused on as he quarterbacked yet another Wasaga win. Shayne recorded a shutout tonight, stopping a plethora of Hanover attacks from one of the most gifted break-out teams in the league.
An excited crowd was treated to a "AAA" grade hockey game tonight in Wasaga as the Stars closed the lid on the first round of OMHA play-offs against Hanover.

A very skillful Hanover team continued to put pressure on the Stars all game, and the Stars fought hard to capture the win, ending a grueling first round with a 3-0 series sweep.
With one case of the flu and with sniper Andrew leaving the game 9 seconds into the 1st period, and add 8 penalties throughout the game, the Wasaga bench was thinning fast. Wasaga dug deep, drawing on the conditioning of months worth of Zezel drills. Red faced and often near exhaustion, the team stood their ground defending the attack of the Hanover team and the Stars forwards pulled the trigger with some key goals by Riley (2) and Griffin. Aiding with assists were Haydn, who had a very strong game with some serious offence, and Owen and Jackson each putting up one assist.

A great game by both teams.

Thank you to Hanover for an exciting series and best of luck for the rest of the year!

Looking forward to the next series...stay tuned for details


OMHA Headlines
Other Recent Articles
Upcoming Events
Full CalendarSchedule for the Next 5 Days
You can use MyCal to combine schedules from multiple teams.
Or, Subscribe to multiple calendars at once.
Looking for a way to combine schedules from multiple teams? Visit
View Another Team
Social Networking
Follow Us On
Visit Wasaga Beach Minor Hockey on Facebook
Manage Subscriptions
Signup to receive email or text messages for the teams you want to follow.
Team Record
Upcoming Games
No upcoming games scheduled.
Organization Poll
  • Would you like to see a Juvenile (U21) Division in Wasaga
    30 total votes
Colours Legend
The following colours are used throughout the site to help display schedule information.
  • Home Regular Season & Playoff
  • Away Regular Season & Playoff
  • Practices & Exhibition Games
  • Tournaments & Tournament Games
Printed from on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 6:10 AM