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Welcome to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Junior Knights website!

If you are interested in finding out more information regarding  the Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Jr. Knights teams  for the upcoming 2014-2015 season please email: tkowal@wbsknights.com.  
Knights Offense Clicking On All Cylinders

The Knights headed into their Thanksgiving break after winning their twelfth straight win coming against the New England Wolves. They defeated the Wolves by a score of 9-1.

The team started off the game on the right foot as they scored four goals 2:14 into the game. University of Maine commit Dan Perez scored an unassisted goal in the first shift of the period. Twenty-six seconds later, Pontus Okerblad scored his 25th goal of the season with the assist coming from Steven Orizotti. About a minute after Okerblad’s goal, Geno DeAngelo netted the third goal of the game with assists from Cole Karklins and Hank Hilts. Thirty seconds after DeAngelo’s goal, Karklins put one in for the Knights after a feed from Hilts.

The Wolves managed to score their first goal of the game in the second period. After that, the Knights scored two more times. The first goal of the second period for the Knights came from newcomer Nicholas Branchina assisted by Blake Brazil. Stephen Kelly followed that up with a goal of his own, while the assists came from Bryan Hodges and Tanner Bennett. The Knights ended the period up 6-1.

The Knights added three more goals in the third period. Bennett added to his goal total with the helpers from Stephen Kelly and Jeremy Briscoe. Steven Orizotti scored the team’s eighth goal of the game from a feed by Blake Brazil. David MacGregor scored the ninth and final goal of the game on a Knights power play.

The Knights head into their Thanksgiving break with a 19-5 record and 38 points in the standings. They are currently first in the Central Division and third overall in the EHL.


posted 11/26/2014
WBS Knights CHOWDER CUP TEAMS

The Knights would like to announce that they will be placing two teams in the Senior Chowder Cup showcase held on July 17 – 20. They will be fielding a team in the Jr. A ELITE Division and also in the College Open Division. The Senior Chowder Cup is one of the most well-known summer hockey showcases on the east coast. The showcase has teams from all over the United States and Canada. In addition to the numerous amount of teams entered to play; scouts from many different junior leagues and NCAA Division I & III colleges are in attendance.

Playing for the Knights in this showcase will not only give you a chance to put your talents on display in front of many high level coaches and scouts, but it will also be a chance to try out for the Knights. The organization has always used summer showcase teams as tryouts for players looking for a roster spot in the program.

If interested in trying out for the Knights or for a chance to play in the Chowder Cup, please click on the following link, fill out the application, and mail it in with the appropriate fee.

Mailing address is as follows:

ATTN: Jonathan Park

12 Old Boston Road

Pittston, PA 18640

 

 

2014 Chowder Cup Application 


by PaulMaciejewski posted 05/21/2014
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