Huskies win wild one in Beaverlodge

first_imgThe Huskies had to work for it, but dug out of a hole, and won a wild one on Friday night.Playing in the tight confines of the Beaverlodge Arena, the Huskies took an early lead, on a Dylan Apsassin goal just 20 seconds in.  Aaron Dumas scored with Beaverlodge on a two man advantage 6 minutes later, before Robbie Sidhu regained the Huskies lead with 3 minutes remaining in the first.The second period was when the drama really began.  It started with a Nick Fitzpatrick marker seven minutes in. 15 minutes into the second, Cody Anderson added a controversial goal, when Huskies starter Ty Gullickson was knocked down.  Anderson slid the puck into the net from the side boards, and after a brief discussion, the officials decided the goal would stand, despite protests from the Huskies bench. – Advertisement -The Huskies were reeling, and the Blades capitalized.  Tyrell Jones soon added another Beaverlodge goal to make it 4-2, on another scramble in front.  The Huskies added a greasy goal of their own, when Jesse Disher knocked in a loose puck on a goal-mouth pile-up.  But before the period was out, Damien Kappo again beat Gullickson, to make it 5-3 Blades after 40 minutes.The game was still within reach, but the Huskies were behind, and to make matters worse, Ty Gullickson was unable to continue, diagnosed with a minor concussion on the Cody Anderson goal.  Payden Wongstedt was also lost for the night, after he blocked a shot with the outside of his foot, and left the game.  The second period had seen a number of wild scrambles and dogpiles in both creases.  “That’s the game in Beaverlodge” said coach Bob Kalb after the game, referring to the small ice rink, and game plan of the Blades.  “They play a scrambly game.”  Kalb says his team is a puck possession and speed team, but on this night, they were able to adjust, and fight back in the third.The final period didn’t start well, with Taylor Jones beating Garrett Muir short-side just 1:20 in.  It was the first shot Muir had faced, but he seldom saw the puck for the remainder of the period, as the Huskies began to pressure the Blades, and fight their way back in. Advertisement Brighton Campbell got the ball rolling, when he finished off a passing play that saw the puck move from Darcy Bell to Dylan Apsassin to Cody Kalb to Campbell in a matter of seconds.  Campbell beat Beaverlodge goaltender Brett Hommy with a snap-shot to the top corner.  “I’d had a few shots before that, and kept hitting their goalie in the chest,” Campbell said afterwards. “I pictured my Grandpa telling me to go to the top corner … so I thought about it, shot it, and it got through,” he said.Cam MacKinnon got the Huskies within one with six minutes remaining, and less than two minutes later, Campbell scored his second, when he knocked rebound past Brett Hommy while being knocked down in front, and the Huskies had tied the game.  And finally, with less then 90 seconds remaining, Cam MacKinnon’s second of the game gave the Huskies the lead. The Blades seemed defeated, and after losing the lead, were unable to muster any offence, and the Huskies escaped with a 7-6 win.Brighton Campbell earned player of the game honours, while Cam MacKinnon also scored two third period goals, including the winner.  Also impressive in the third was Darcy Bell, playing his first regular game for the Huskies.  Bell assisted on all four third period goals, and on a night where the small ice surface seemed clogged all night, found room to make some key breakout passes that allowed the Huskies to attack the goal.  “He’s really calm with the puck, and he sees the ice really well” said coach Kalb said of Bell after the game.  Kalb also spoke highly of Campbell – who is playing for the Huskies at just 17 years old.  “Brighton has impressed me since the first week of training camp” Kalb said, suggesting the rookie could move on to play Junior ‘A’ hockey. Advertisement After a mediocre performance from his team last weekend, Kalb was also much happier with his team’s effort on the night.  “Even when we were down, it wasn’t because we were playing terribly” he said, adding “it was a good character win for us.”Click here to listen to a highlights package from Friday’s game: [asset|aid=1946|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=f451c4f6f864c97bfebc4b1786339cab-Huskies win 7-6 over Beaverlodge Blades_1_Pub.mp3]The Huskies will hope to keep their momentum going when they play in Grande Prairie on Saturday night. The game starts at 8:30 (7:30 PST), and will be broadcast live on MooseFM.last_img read more

Young music producer Aly Raza Beig is turning head of many with

first_imgMusic Producers write, arrange, produce, and record songs, whether they are shaping around the Sound of other artists album or producing beats or melodies for their projects.With the growth of home recording technology and boutique recording studios, many producers find themselves pulling double or triple work as studio owners and Sound engineers.From India to Dubai and Dubai to London, Aly Raza Beig age 19 is creating lots of Buzz for promoting and creating good music with his talent.Music runs in his blood, Aly Raza Beig was only 12 when he first produce a song. Wow in school when boys don’t know how to seat in bench, and he produced a song. It shows his talent and love for music from his childhood.Aly Raza Beig is a self-made music producer, he is known as Slapvibe from 2015. Aly Raza Beig is known for producing grooving music. He is expert in Tech House, Techno and Pop music.Aly Raza Beig was born in the dream city of India – Mumbai and raised in Dubai and now studying in London. Wow, three different places in young age India, Dubai and London. It means he has knowledge of three cultures; surely, it will help in producing fresh music.Aly Raza Beig loves to make groovy music which can make people dance on their feet. His primary focus is always on Sound of the music. He knows how to mix up things and make a sound which can be like by every age audience.Aly Raza Beig works hard for hours in his office. Don’t know he manages things. He is just 19 and managing this much in tender age is commendable. May be his passion and love for music is helping him to push hard for his career.Aly Raza Beig feels there is a lot of work that goes into being a producer outside of the studio such as attending rehearsals, meeting, writing, and going out for shows. He is thankful to social media for helping him to connect with more artists than ever. But still, he feels in-person interaction will never be replaced. Half of producing is the music; the rest is sales.Here’s wishing young talent Aly Raza Beig all the best for the future and we hope he makes his name in B-town music Industry, Arab and London in the coming years as he is blessed with three cultures in him.IBT does not endorse any of the above content.last_img read more

People wont be able to get to school or work Estate cut

first_imgPunter found hiding in bushes Driver named following fatal collision Follow StokeonTrentLive Download our app – You can download our free app for iPhone and iPad from Apple’s App Store, or get the Android version from Google Play.  Follow StokeonTrentLive on Facebook –  Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments. Click here to give it a like! Follow us on Twitter –  For breaking news and the latest stories,  click here to follow SOTLive on Twitter. Follow us on Instagram – Featuring pictures past and present from across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire & South Cheshire – and if you tag us in your posts, we could repost your picture on our page! We also put the latest news in our Instagram Stories.  Click here to follow StokeonTrentLive on Instagram. A First bus The new timetable will also see First Potteries axing the services to Saxonfields and Meir Hay with D&G also operating a new service in that area. Bus users have criticised the frequency the transport giant changes its routes. Kay Banks, aged 79, from Crackley, said: “There are so many changes that they have only just finished putting the new posters up around us. I don’t know how they even find time to come up with the changes. Read More’Passengers want a railway they can trust…and cheaper fares’ – Calls for network to be publicly owned (but what do you think?)   “With all of the timetable changes it can make it difficult for people getting the buses and if you come tomorrow you won’t know what the times are. “They’re doing this too often and it will be two or three months and then there will be another one.” Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBus passengers must make note of even more timetable changes – which has seen one estate ‘cut off’. The new First Potteries  timetable, which comes into force on Sunday will see the number 18 route from Hanley to Haregate now terminate at Leek Bus Station. There are fears the new route means early morning commuters or children travelling to school will be left without a bus. Councillor Charlotte Atkins, who represents Leek North on Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, said: “I have spoken to First and it seems there is no chance they will reverse this decision. The full changes can be seen below: Changes to the First Potteries schedule todayRoute 3/3A: Hanley – Kidsgrove – Crewe The Monday to Saturday 8pm, Hanley to Butt Lane; 11.30pm, Hanley to Talke; 8.15pm Talke to Hanley; 10.30pm Crewe to Hanley; and both 8pm and 11pm Hanley to Talke services will no longer run. On Saturdays, the 4.55pm Hanley to Talke will terminate at Kidsgrove. There will be minor changes to the 6.29pm Crewe to Hanley and 5.17pm Talke to Hanley journeys. Route 4/4A/4E: Hanley – Newcastle – Audley & Talke On Monday to Friday The 8pm 4E departure from Hanley will terminate at Audley Council offices and show route 4.. The 7pm and 8pm 4E Hanley – Audley and 8.30pm 4A Hanley – Talke departures will no longer operate. The 7.02pm and 8.02pm 4E Audley – Hanley departures will no longer operate On Saturday The 3.30pm 4A Hanley – Talke journey will now extend to Kidsgrove and continue to Tunstall, Burlsem and Hanley as route 3A. The 5.30pm 4E departure from Hanley will terminate at Audley Council offices and show route. The 7pm and 8pm Hanley – Audley and 2040 4A Hanley – Talke departures are withdrawn. The 6.57pm & 8.12pm 4E Audley – Hanley departures will no longer operate On Sunday The 6.32pm 4A Hanley – Talke journey will start at 6.35pm and the 7.04pm 4 Hanley – Chesterton journey will start at 7.05pm. Both will have slightly revised time. The 8.28pm 4A Kidsgrove – Hanley and 10.06pm and 10.58pm 4 Newcastle – Hanley journeys will no longer operate. Route 5: Hanley – Abbey Hulton There are minor timing changes to early morning, Monday-Friday journeys. There is a new Sunday timetable. Route 6/6A: Hanley – Longton – Coalville/Blythe Bridge There is a new timetable on these services to improve reliability. The frequency and routes are not changing. Route 7/7A: Hanley – Chell – Kidsgrove/Biddulph On journeys from Kidsgrove, route 7 will now be timed at The Dog & Partridge in Packmoor instead of Newchapel Working Men’s club and Spink Bank Road instead of Chell Roundabout. Most journeys do not change but First Potteries says the new route provides a ‘more suitable location’ if the buses are ahead of schedule. There is a new evening timetable on departures after 6.00pm, Monday-Saturday and a new Sunday timetable. Route 8: Hanley – Ball Green On Saturdays: The 5.50pm Hanley – Ball Green runs 5 minutes later The 8.40pm Ball Green – Hanley runs 10 minutes later The 6.15pm Ball Green – Hanley runs 5 minutes later Route 11: Hanley – Bentilee (Dawlish Drive) – Longton – Newcastle and route 12/12A: Hanley – Bentilee (Beverley Drive) – Saxonfields/Meir Hay – Longton There will be a number of changes around the Bentilee area. There will still be buses every 20 minutes on route 11 between Hanley & Newcastle on route 11, there will be a new timetable For Dawlish Drive to Hanley, buses continue to operate every 10 minutes For Hanley to Dawlish Drive, there will continue to be a bus every 10 minutes but your routes will change. Route 11 operates every 20 minutes to an unchanged route. Route 11B will operate every 20 minutes, serving Beverley Drive first before travelling along Dawlish Drive. If you travel from Hanley on route 11B you will get off the bus on the opposite side of the road to normal. For Hanley to Beverley Drive, catch route 11B, every 20 minutes. For Beverley Drive to Hanley route 11B will operate every 20 minutes but you will need to wait on the opposite side of the road to currently. Buses to Hanley will operate one way along Beverley Drive and return to Hanley via Dawlish Drive. First Potteries will no longer operate between Beverly Drive and Longton. Route 18: Hanley – Sneyd Green – Leek We will no longer operate between Leek Bus Station and Haregate. Some alternative journeys are available on D&G route 16. Route 32: Hanley – Cheadle – Uttoxeter On Monday-Fridays: The 7.19am Hanley – Uttoxeter journey will depart at 7.34am. The 5.42am Cheadle – Hanley journey will depart at 5.47am The 6.48am Tean – Hanley journey will depart at 6.53am Route 98: Newcastle – Burslem – Ball Green On Monday-Fridays the 7.20am and 3.45pm departures from Newcastle – Ball Green will operate five minutes later. Route 100: Bradeley Village circular This route was withdrawn from May 25. Route 101: Hanley – Newcastle –  Stone – Stafford On Monday-Fridays: Journeys from Filleybrooks towards Stafford will operate later: 5.40am will depart at 5.50am, 6.29am will depart at 6.40am and 6.59am will depart at 7.05am. The 6am Hanley-Stafford journey will depart at 6.10am. Journeys from Stafford towards Hanley will operate later: 6.10am will depart at 6.20am, 7am will depart at 7.10am, 7.20am will depart at 7.25am, 7.40am will depart at 7.45am. The 7.09am Stone-Hanley journey will depart at 7.10am. On Saturdays: From Hanley to Stafford, the 7am journey will depart at 7.10am and the 7.30am journey will depart at 7.35am. From Stafford to Hanley, the 8.10am journey will depart at 8.20am and the 8.48am journey will depart at 8.53am “The problem is the early morning bus. The issue is about getting children to school and if they are not in the immediate Haregate vicinity they won’t be able to get to the bus station. “D&G has put on a few buses, which is fine in the middle of the day but that won’t get kids to school or people to work in Hanley or Stoke-on-Trent and that is a problem.” center_img Police search for missing woman Dad slams ‘disgusting’ hospital window Hanley Bus Station Alan Reade of Benitlee is also concerned about how often the operator changes its bus routes. The 61-year-old added: “The timetables could be a bit better and we couldn’t seem to see the new times in the bus station. “We regularly get the bus between Hanley and Bentilee but we were unsure about what time we would have to get it on Monday. No one seemed to know what was going on. Read MoreGovernment appoints ‘trouble-shooter’ to review failing Stoke-on-Trent City Council department (& the authority may be stopped from running it)   “You ask at the ticket office and they don’t seem to know either because the routes keep on changing.” Dan Flanagan, Operations Manager at First Potteries said: ”This weekend we will be making some timetable and route changes within our network, most customers will not recognise any change to their services, for more details please check out our website page for specific details on the changes.” Read MoreTop stories on StokeonTrentLivelast_img read more