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Tough game against Steve Stamkos and the Sarnia Sting last night. Kitchener led the game 2-0 going into the 3rd period when Stamkos scored at the 10 and 13 minute mark to send the game into overtime.

The game was finally settled at 11:30 of the 3rd OT period when Mike Duco scored to beat Sarnia and give Kitchener a 2-0 series lead.

Source: http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/stats/t...p?game_id=15186

Yannick Weber has been held pointless in the first two games of the series after tallying six points in Kitchener's first round series sweep of Plymouth.

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What's his plus/minus in the first wo games. At least he is contributing to a winner. A dman doesn't always get points.

He was +1 overall in the first round series sweep of Plymouth (-1 in 1st game, +2 in 2nd game, -1 in 3rd game, and 0 in 4th game).

In the series against Sarnia he was +1 in game 1 and +1 in game 2. in tonights game he is curently +3 after two periods of play.

If you check schedules and scores on the OHL website and go to the game summaries you can find the plus/minus numbers.

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Yannick weber and the Kitchener Rangers defeated the Sarnia Sting 6-2 to sweep their quarterfinal series in 4 games. Sarnia player Steve Stamkos, the projected 1st overall pick in the draft this summer, was held off the score sheet for the second straight game.

According to the OHL website Yannick had an assist in the game and was +2 in the game. In the series he tallied 3 assists and was +7. Next up is most likely Sault Ste Marie (who lead their series 3-1) in the Western Conference finals.

Source: http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/stats/g...p?game_id=15192

Yannick now has 4 goals, 5 assists in 9 and is +7 in 8 playoff games. He is currently tied for second for defencemen in the OHL playoffs. The OHL playoff points leader for defencemen is P.K. Subban.

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Kitchener Rangers 3 Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 1

In Kitchener, Justin Azevedo and Mikkel Boedker scored less than three minutes apart in the first period to power the Rangers to a 3-1 win over the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds in the opening game of the Rogers Western Conference Championship Series on Wednesday. Nick Spaling also scored a goal and added an assist and Matt Halischuk chipped in with a pair of assists in the win.

“We had home ice advantage and it was important that we got off to a good start,” Rangers’ coach and GM Peter DeBoer said. “I think it was a typical playoff game between two evenly matched teams.” Josh Unice stopped 35 of 36 shots in the win. “It was a lot of fun to play out there tonight,” said Unice, who won his fourth game of the playoffs in relief of all-star Steve Mason, who is out with an injury.

“We’ve got the luxury of two number one goaltenders,” DeBoer said. “Josh is running with it right now and we’ll deal with Steve as it comes. He was the difference in the game tonight. He’s done a great job for us all year. He was put in a tough spot when Mason was brought in but he handled it like a pro.” Arron Alphonso replied for the Greyhounds early in the second period and Kyle Gajewski made 22 saves in the loss.

“We knew the emotions were going to be very high,” Greyhounds’ coach Craig Hartsburg said. “We played a strong first period but we made two mistakes and they capitalized on them. That’s what they do. We have to play better. We have to be more physical and we have to get more traffic on the net. We’ll look at the tape and start preparing for tomorrow night.”

Source: http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/news/?sub=&id=5031

Yannick did not tally a point.

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Sault Ste Marie ties series at 1-1, as they win game 2

The Kitchener Rangers playoff winning streak of nine straight came to end as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds claimed a 3-1 win before 6,430 fans. The win ties the Rogers Western Conference Finals 1-1. After a scoreless first period in which the Rangers outshot the Greyhounds 18-6, Wayne Simmonds opened up the scoring at the 1:35 mark of the second period.

The Rangers answered back when Scott Tregunna picked up a loose puck in the face off circle and beat Kyle Gajewski high to his stick side. Matt Caria put the Greyhounds out in front when he scored from a goal crease scramble on the power play. The Greyhounds Andrew Campbell picked up the empty net goal to close out the scoring.

The Rangers outshot the Greyhounds 33-13.

Source: http://www.kitchenerrangers.com/main.asp?p...asp?newsid=1194

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Kitchener beats Sault Ste Marie 6-3 to take 2-1 series lead

The Kitchener Rangers were welcomed by a loud energetic Greyhound crowd as the teams faced off in Game three of the Rogers Western Conference Final. Despite the sea of red, the Rangers blue prevailed as they left the Steelback Centre with a 6-3 win. The Greyhounds opened the scoring when Aaron Alphonso shot from 10 feet inside the blueline to beat a screened Josh Unice. The Rangers answered back while killing a penalty when Nazem Kadri stole the puck and broke in over the blueline. As he drove to the net he spotted Scott Timmins breaking through the slot. Timmins converted a perfect pass to even the game at 1-1. It was was Timmins second goal of the playoffs.

Justin Azevedo made a crisp pass to Nick Spaling who beat Kyle Gajewski to give the Rangers a 2-1 lead at 4:32 of the second period. 1:05 later, Mike Duco increased the margin to two goals when he took a feed from Mikkel Boedker deaked to his backhand before depositing the puck into the net. The Rangers went up 4-1 when Boedker drove hard to the net and Kadri picked up a loose puck scoring his fifth goal of the playoffs. The Greyhounds replied with a late goal on a shot from the blueline that deflected off Unice's glove and trickled over the line. At the end of the 2nd period, the Greyhounds picked up three minor penalties to the Rangers one.

The skirmish started when Wayne Simmonds and Brandon Biggers appeared to run Matt Pepe into the end glass as the buzzer sounded. Simmonds picked up a double minor, Biggers a roughing minor and Yannick Weber also picked up a roughing minor for the Rangers. Mike Duco, Weber, Michael Quesnele and Biggers each picked up 10-minute misconducts. In the third period, Matt Halischuk carried the puck the length of the ice and cut to the net, where Spaling tapped in the rebound to put the Rangers up 5-2. The Hounds made it 5-3 at the 10:27. The Rangers then killed off extended 5 on 3 to keep the score at 5-3. Halischuck finished the scoring when he intercepted a Greyhound pass at centre ice and slapped the puck the length of the ice into the empty net at 19:45.

Unice picked up his second win of the series making 25 saves while Gajewski stopped 20 shots in the Soo net.

Source: http://www.kitchenerrangers.com/main.asp?p...asp?newsid=1196

Despite not posting any points Yannick was +3 in the game.

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The finals are gonna be weber vs subban right? What a matchup :P

If both Belleville and Kitchener win their series. It will be rare to have the two top teams in each conference meeting in the OHL finals.

If they meet in the finals and Belleville wins then I believe both Belleville and Kitchener will also be in the Memorial Cup because Kitchener is the host this year.

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Kitchener 5 Sault Ste Marie 0

Kitchener shut out Sault Ste Marie to win the Western Conference Championship for the Wayne Gretzky Trophy before their hometown fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. They will face P.K. Subban and the Belleville Bulls in the OHL Finals. Yannick had 2 assists and was +1 in the win tonight.

Yannick now has 4 goals and 9 assists and is 2nd (behind P.K. Subban) in scoring for defencemen in the OHL playoffs.

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Kitchener 5 Sault Ste Marie 0

Kitchener shut out Sault Ste Marie to win the Western Conference Championship for the Wayne Gretzky Trophy before their hometown fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. They will face P.K. Subban and the Belleville Bulls in the OHL Finals. Yannick had 2 assists and was +1 in the win tonight.

Yannick now has 4 goals and 9 assists and is 2nd (behind P.K. Subban) in scoring for defencemen in the OHL playoffs.

I forgot the Game details: http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/stats/g...p?game_id=15206

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Kitchener 5 Sault Ste Marie 0

Kitchener shut out Sault Ste Marie to win the Western Conference Championship for the Wayne Gretzky Trophy before their hometown fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium. They will face P.K. Subban and the Belleville Bulls in the OHL Finals. Yannick had 2 assists and was +1 in the win tonight.

Yannick now has 4 goals and 9 assists and is 2nd (behind P.K. Subban) in scoring for defencemen in the OHL playoffs.

Top 2 DMen in term of points are Habs property... NICE!

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Weber in Hamilton Next Year?

What a year it was for Weber and his Kitchner Rangers, as he enjoyed a career season across the board putting up some impressive numbers in what should be his final season in the OHL. Weber will likely move his offensive talents to Hamilton in the fall where the Dogs could surely use some help on their PP. Weber and Subban will have to wait and see who will be taking home the OHL championship before they embark on their Memorial Cup run, although an injury has kept him out of the lineup for now.

Source: http://www.habprospects.com/modules.php?na...icle&sid=88

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