Hockey briefs: Langan, Hunter, Baker, Krieger, Brochu

Forward Hokey Langan of Chatham has been named to the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada women's team.

Hokey Langan, left, of Chatham, Ont., and Rachael Tricker of Thamesville, Ont., won gold with Team Canada at the 2017 World Ball Hockey Federation women's championship in Lovosice, Czech Republic. (Contributed Photo)

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Langan named to Team Canada

Forward Hokey Langan of Chatham has been named to the National Ball Hockey Association of Canada women’s team.

She’ll play at the World Ball Hockey Federation championships for the fifth time June 20-27 in Nitra, Slovakia.

Langan was the Team Canada captain on her first four trips to the world championships. She won silver in 2018 after winning gold in 2013, 2015 and 2017.

Blades blown out by Flags

The Blenheim Blades lost to the Mooretown Flags 11-0 on Sunday in the Provincial Junior Hockey League’s Stobbs Division.

Brock Perry had two goals and five assists for the second-place Flags (27-6-0-0), who led 2-0 after one period and 7-0 after two.

Brodie Conlon and Garrett Miller also scored twice. Nolan Farr, Cameron Rannie, Logan Gardner, Daniel Fraleigh and Lucas Ross added singles.

Jake Wilkins had a 27-save shutout.

Blades starting goalie Caleb Pinsonneault allowed four goals on 26 shots and Chris Dewulf gave up seven goals on 28 shots.

The sixth-place Blades (10-18-2-3) will visit Essex on Tuesday and Petrolia on Thursday.

Thunderhawks rained out

The Wallaceburg Thunderhawks’ outdoor game against the Amherstburg Admirals at Windsor’s Lanspeary Park was rained out Saturday.

No makeup date was announced.

The Thunderhawks (4-27-0-1) are in last place in the PJHL’s Stobbs Division. They’ll host the Petrolia Flyers this Saturday at 8 p.m. at Wallaceburg Memorial Arena.

Hunter tops among AUS goalies

St. Thomas Tommies rookie goalie Marandee Hunter of Chatham leads Atlantic University Sport women’s hockey with a 1.20 goals-against average and .955 save percentage.

Hunter was the third star with 31 saves in a 5-1 win over the Dalhousie Tigers on Sunday in Fredericton, N.B.

Baker’s two goals lead Mustangs

Sydnee Baker of Chatham scored two goals, including the winner, and added an assist as the Western Mustangs beat the Queen’s Gaels 3-0 in OUA women’s hockey Friday in London.

Baker has nine goals and seven assists in 15 games. She’s tied for third in the OUA in goals and points.

Krieger scores for No. 3 Toronto

Rookie forward Ross Krieger of Pain Court had a goal and an assist in the No. 3 Toronto Varsity Blues’ 8-2 win over the Guelph Gryphons in OUA men’s hockey Saturday in Guelph.

Krieger also scored in a 4-3 overtime loss to the No. 9 Ryerson Rams on Thursday in Toronto.

He has six goals and four assists in 15 games.

Brochu extends winning streak

London Knights goalie Brett Brochu of Tilbury has won five straight starts after making 25 saves in a 7-1 win over the Soo Greyhounds on Sunday in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

Brochu made 14 saves in a 5-2 win over the Barrie Colts on Friday in London.

He’s 15-5-0-0 with a 2.63 goals-against average and .908 save percentage.

Also Sunday, Grayson Ladd of Kent Bridge had two assists for the Windsor Spitfires in a 5-4 overtime win against the Rangers in Kitchener.

DeBrouwer helps Devils sweep

Sophomore goalie Evan DeBrouwer of Blenheim made 34 saves in the No. 15 Arizona State Sun Devils’ 3-1 win over the Brown Bears in NCAA Division I men’s hockey Saturday in Providence, R.I.

DeBrouwer was pulled Sunday after allowing three goals on 12 shots, but Arizona State rallied for a 4-3 win over Brown.