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Team Contacts
Head Coach:
  Brandon Roberts
Assistant Coach:
  Andy Baker
Team Manager:
  Sharon Lopez
Web Page:
  Simon Dong


    Season completed

 Recent Games
Date vs. Result
03/05 Lake Tahoe Grizzlies L 3-2
02/27 San Jose Jr. Sharks L 4-2
02/20 SJ Jr. Sharks 12-U Girls L 3-1
02/20 San Jose Jr. Sharks L 6-0
For complete team record, see Record page

Cougars Compete Hard in Winter Classic

Ventura Mariners 4, Cougars 0

December 30
The Cougars PeeWee B team starts out their Winter Classic Tournament in a game against the Ventura Mariners, coming from southern California.  They started out strong, but they couldn't match the eagerness of the hungry Ventura team.  The goalies from both teams played a great game, making many spectacular saves.  By the third period, they fell short to the Mariners in a 4-0 loss.  Though this wasn't the start to the tournament that the team would have hoped for, the Cougars remained full of determination for their next games.

Cougars 1, Oakland Bears 1

December 30
The Cougars PeeWee B, in their second game in the Winter Classic tournament, played against the Oakland Bears.  The Cougars played an aggressive game, and took the lead in the second period.  The Cougars had many chancese but couldn't capitalize and they score remained 1-0 until late in the third period, but a turnover gave the Bears an opportunity to score and tie up the game with a little more than three minutes remaining.  The Cougars undoubtedly played a good game, but did not completely reach their full potential.

Cougars 2, San Jose Jr. Sharks 2

December 31
The Cougars PeeWee B woke up early, and trudged on with their hockey bags to Logitech, for Game 3 of the Winter Classic Tournament against the San Jose Jr. Sharks.  The Cougars have had their ups and downs against this team, constantly alternating results.  The Cougars played good defense and fended off many scoring chances of the Sharks, while taking advantages of their own opportunities and held a 2-1 lead until midway through the 3rd period.  There were times where the Sharks had more momentum offensively, but the Cougars responded with superb goaltending, strong defensive plays, and a couple of good shots of their own; the game ended with a final score of 2-2.

Cougars 6, Capital Thunder 2

January 1
The fourth game of the tournament was against Capital Thunder.  This was by far the best game for the Cougars, ending in a 6-2 victory.  The Cougars worked extremely well as a team, with goals coming from five different players, and points from seven.  The Cougars played a great 2nd period, scoring three of their six goals.  The goaltending in this match, as for the whole tournament, remains solid.  The third period caused a few troubles, as the Cougars received three penalties; they were able to shake it off and add another two goals to the scoresheet.  By winning the game against Capital Thunder, the Cougars PeeWee B secured the fourth spot, and will be playing in the Winter Classic Semi-Finals against the San Jose Jr. Sharks.  (Also, the Cougars received a treat when they saw John McCarthy, Joe Pavelski, and Torrey Mitchell of the San Jose Sharks practice in the same rink before their game.)

Semi-Finals:  San Jose Jr. Sharks 5, Cougars 2

January 2
The Cougars PeeWee B played in the Semi-Finals for the Winter Classic tournament against their longtime rivals, the San Jose Jr. Sharks.  The Cougars had a slow start, and dug themselves a big hole, falling behind 3-0 in the first.  After the first period, the Cougars regained their composition and played a strong game for the remaining two periods.  In the third period, the Cougars scored two quick goals, making the score 3-2.  The Cougars certainly changed the tide and had the momentum until some questionable calls against the Cougars, leading to powerplay after powerplay for the Sharks.  The Cougars managed to kill off a 5-on-3 but the Sharks scored just after the players got out of the box to make it 4-2, and then gave up an empty-netter for a heartbroken 5-2 loss.

Pee Wee B (East) Standings - FINAL
Team W L T Pts Gm Pct
bx-Lake Tahoe Grizzlies 11 3 2 24 16 .750 
x-Vacaville Jets 9 5 2 20 16 .625 
x-San Jose Jr. Sharks 6 6 4 16 16 .500 
acx-Fresno Jr. Falcons 6 7 3 15 16 .469 
California Cougars 2 13 1 5 16 .156 
a - CAHA Champions
b - NORCAL Champions / Qualified for CAHA
c - Qualified for CAHA Championships
x - Qualified for NORCAL Championships

Monday at Vallco: *
  6:55 PM to 7:55 PM Solo

Monday at Bridgepointe: *
  6:45 PM to 7:45 PM Solo

Wednesday at Vallco:
  8:05 PM to 9:05 PM Solo

* Monday practices alternate every other week between 6:45 at Bridgepointe and 6:55 at Vallco

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