MONTREAL – The North Dundas Atom ‘B’ Demons captured the silver medal at the CAN/AM tournament in Montreal Sun., Feb. 18.

The Demons began the tournament with a victory over the Meadowvale Hawks 5-1.

Cole Van Lanen opened the scoring early in the game to give North Dundas an early lead.

Carter Latimer then extended the Demons’ cushion to two when he scored with eight seconds remaining in the opening frame. Van Lanen added the assist.

After Meadowvale scored to pull within a goal, Patrick Guy restored the two-goal lead for North Dundas.

Bennett Wasylko-Fletcher and Merrick Crawford sealed the win with single tallies. Michael Theos and Gabrielle Cotnam chipped in helpers.

Kaiden West picked up the win in goal.

Diables 6 – Demons 4
The Demons suffered their first loss in their next game at the hands of the Mont-Tremblant Diables.

Van Lanen (2), Josh LaFrance and Brody Buttivant scored the goals for North Dundas.

Demons 4 – Braves 3
North Dundas rallied against their league rivals from Brockville with a 4-3 win.

Guy put the Demons on the board first after he netted an unassisted tally at 10:50 of the opening period.

After the a Braves goal, Buttivant put the locals ahead after being set up by Connor England and LaFrance.

Five minutes after Brockville evened the score again, Reid Rankin netted the game-winning goal.

England capped off the win with a goal of his own coming from Buttivant and LaFrance.

Braves 4 – Demons 3
The Braves and Demons met again in the finals where Brockville avenged their loss with a double-overtime victory over North Dundas.

Gavin Copeland started the scoring at 10:25 of the first period with an unassisted marker.

North Dundas added two more goals in the first period as both Crawford and LaFrance found the back of the Brockville net.

When Brockville evened the score with goals in the first, second and third periods, the Braves won the game at 2:15 of the second overtime period.

Demons 8 – Leeds 1
The Demons rolled back to Winchester for their final league game, an 8-1 win over Leeds Fri., Feb. 23.

Van Lanen (2), LaFrance (2), England (2), Guy and Copeland netted the North Dundas goals.

The victory clinched first-place for the Demons in their league and also an undefeated record on home-ice for the squad.

Novice ‘B’ Demons
The North Dundas Novice ‘B’ Demons capped off their season with a 4-3 win over the South Dundas Lions.

The Demons began the game with a goal from Noah LaFrance. Nate Casselman had the assist.

Lafrance chipped in his second tally of the game at 4:34 of the second period.

Brayson Heuff and Hudson Banford netted a goal each to close out the win.

North Dundas finished the season with an impressive 25-2-1 record.