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DeSousa commits to University of Oklahoma

The Falcons are pleased to announce that graduating forward Paolo DeSousa has committed to play hockey next season with the University of Oklahoma Sooners (ACHA D1).

In 47 games played during the 2014-15 season, DeSousa scored 14 goals and 15 assists for 29 points to go along with 62 penalty minutes. He also won the St. Catharines Falcons General Manager's Award for best defensive forward last season.

DeSousa joins Falcons forwards Tyler Morrison (Windsor), Ryan Doucette (UOIT) and goaltender Ben Csiernik (UOIT) as graduating players moving on to play collegiate hockey as student-athletes.

The entire Falcons organization wishes Paolo good luck as he continues his education and hockey career in Norman, Oklahoma!

For more information on University of Oklahoma hockey, visit http://www.ouhockey.com/

Falcons Award Winners

Here is a run-down of the award winners at the recent Rankin Construction Falcons 47th Annual Awards Banquet, held on Saturday, May 9, 2015 at Johnny Rocco's in St Catharines:

Bill Potrecz, The Standard -- Tyler Morrison cleaned up at the annual St. Catharines Falcons awards luncheon.

The graduating winger was named the Trillium Award winner as the most valuable player of the playoffs, the Rex Stimers Award winner as regular season MVP, the President’s Trophy as leading scorer, and the Jack Gatecliff Award winner as the leading goal scorer during the regular season.

Morrison led the Golden Horseshoe in scoring with 28 goals and 81 points during the regular season and followed that up with six goals and 25 points to lead the Falcons in post-season scoring.

Conor Timmins was named the winner of the Ashton Morrison Award as rookie of the year. Timmins established himself as one of the top young defencemen in the league with seven goals and 18 points in 30 games split between the Falcons and Thorold Blackhawks.

Tyler Hildebrandt was named the Hall Judd Award winner as the most improved player following a solid season that saw him record 17 goals and 37 points.

Graduating forward Ryan Doucette was named the winner of the Gary Nelson Award for sportsman and dedication. Doucette, who will be attending the University of Ontario Institute of Technology next season, finished third in scoring with 55 points and 28 minutes in penalties.

Brandon Cercone was the winner of the J.S. Elliot Award for best defenceman. The Welland native collected 14 goals and 29 points in 47 games.

Paolo DeSousa was the winner of the General Manager’s Award for best defensive forward while defenceman Justin Felker won the Tim Goldwin Award of Merit for outstanding academics and Lady Byng attributes.

The Molson Three Star award winners went to: 1. Manny Manns; 2. Jake Evans; 3. Cam Blakely.

The Jack Lennard Award for volunteer of the year went to statistician Sean Burrows.

The Todd Zavitz Award for MVP of the midget AAA Falcons went to Jackson Roberts while the Roy Kerling Award for leading scorer went to Adam Kozlowski.


Csiernik follows Doucette

May 8, 2015 - Falcons Education Update

Falcons graduating netminder Ben Csiernik has committed to UOIT and will play for the Ridgebacks for the 2015-16 hockey season.

He joins fellow teammate Ryan Doucette who announced in late March he would be attending the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

Former Falcon Mitch Bennett is also a current member of the University's hockey program.

The entire Falcons organization wishes Ben the best of luck as he continues his education and hockey career in Oshawa, Ontario.

For more information on the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, please visit http://www.uoit.ca


Morrison commits to U of Windsor

April 17, 2015 - Falcons Education Update

The St.Catharines Falcons are pleased to annnounce that Falcons forward #9 Tyler Morrison has committed to attend the University of Windsor this Fall.  Morrison will lace up with the Lancers for the 2015-16 season.

Morrison won the 2014-15 Golden Horseshoe Conference Regular Season Scoring Title by grabbing 28 goals and 53 assists for 81 points in 48 games played.  He topped the regular season off with 6 power-play goals, 2 short-handed and 5 game-winning goals.

During the Falcons 2015 playoff run, Morrison netted 6 goals and 19 assists in 15 games played.

Morrison is the second player from this year's Falcons team to commit to a CIS Hockey program (Ryan Doucette to UOIT) and will join former Falcons defencemen Kenny Bradford and Julian Luciani.

The entire Falcons organization wishes Tyler all the best in his studies and hockey while attending the University of Windsor!


For more information on the University of Windsor, please visit http://www.uwindsor.ca/

Doucette commits to UOIT

March 27, 2015 - Falcons Education Update


Falcons forward #19 Ryan Doucette has accepted to enroll next September at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Whitby, ON.

Doucette will join the Univeristy of Ontario Institutue of Technology Ridgebacks hockey program. 

Doucette is one of many players who have gone through the Falcons program that has been able to continue their hockey at the CIS level while attending their school studies. 

The Falcon organization congratulates Ryan and are rooting him on during this year's Golden Horseshoe Conference Finals run vs. the Caledonia Corvairs.


For more information on the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, please visit http://www.uoit.ca


Congratulations to Tyler Morrison, winner of the Pat Murphy Memorial Trophy "Most Regular Season Points" and the Cecil Jones Memorial Trophy "Most Gentlemanly Player"


Congratulations to Barry Murphy on receiving the Golden Horseshoe Conference's Volunteer of the Year Award

Forward of the Month, December 2014

Mr. Richard Vander Haeghe, representing the Golden Horseshoe Conference, presenting the Golden Horseshoe Conference Forward of the Month Award for December 2014 to #9 Tyler Morrison. In just 5 games in December, Tyler was able to score 4 goals for a combined 9 points.

Mr. Paul Henderson visited the Falcons dressing room last night and was presented a Falcons hat and shirt.

Molson Rep Pat Mowat presents the Three Star Awards to #77 Manny Manns, September's winner, and #1 Zach Moore, October's winner.

Broderick Kelly with Ron MacLean, Sarah Verbeek and Tara Slone on Hometown Hockey St. Catharines

Tara Slone, Co-Host Hometown Hockey


The Falcons help serve Sunday breakfast at Central Gospel Church

Zehr's Visit Nov. 2, 2014

Burger King Visit Oct. 26, 2014

Brendan MacDonald dropping puck during tribute to Tim Comstock

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