Men’s D – The Ducks
The Ducks had a slow start to the fall season but really turned things around at the halfway point. With several new players on the team this year, it took a while to develop the chemistry they eventually achieved. On route to their second straight fall-season league title, the Ducks faced two tough opponents in the Bulldawgs and the Warriors. In the summer season, the Ducks played their first season at BHi St. Catharines in the D2 division and won the league title by beating the One Timers in two straight games.
Men’s D2 – One Timers
The One Timers have developed into a BHi St. Catharines dynasty by winning three division titles in the last 12 months. Led by team rep Ben Kyle, the One Timers battled Puck Pile in the finals with each of the three championship series games being decided by one goal. The fall championship game was a nail bitter with teams trading goals back and forth and the One Timers tying the game 2 – 2 with just 1:42 remaining in the third period. They carried that momentum into the overtime period with Jamie Pagendam scoring at 2:34 to seal the victory.
Men’s D3 – Autostyling
In Autostyling’s first season playing at BHi St. Catharines, the team quickly established itself as being truly competitive. Having a balanced mix of experienced and new ball hockey players, Autostyling discovered its game in the second half of the season and defeated the Lone Rangers in game three of the championship series to win the D3 title.
Men’s E – Phantoms
The Phantoms battled the Clams all season long and right into the playoffs. The two teams squared off in the E division final best-of-five series and put on a fantastic display of skill and sportsmanship. The Phantoms swept the series in three games and claimed their first division title!