After five years as head coach of the Jr A Bellies, Dan Perreault is stepping down from his position. Dan's commitment to the NLL Vancouver Stealth has made it difficult to continue with the Jr Bellies. Dan has led the team to the Western Final four of the last five years with a record league win loss record of 95 -27 over that time along with two Minto Cup appearances. On behalf of the organization, I would like to thank Dan for his leadership and wish him well as he leads the Stealth again this upcoming season. Assistant coaches Clay Richardson and Rob Dalzell are both stepping down as well due to other commitments. Both have contributed greatly to the team’s success the past few years. All three coaches are well-respected former lacrosse players and will continue to be part of the Pride and Tradition of the NW Jr A Salmonbellies. We wish them well.
Walt Weaver, President
The Jr Salmonbellies welcome three new players to the roster for their playoff push. We welcome goalie Kevin Orleman from Kitchener Waterloo, and players Dane Sorenson and Gordie Phillips - we look forward to you becoming part of the Salmonbellie organization and tradition!!
The Jr Salmonbellies and the Delta Islanders tied 6-6 on Tuesday night at Queen's Park Arena. New Westminster welcomed goalie Kevin Orleman from Kitchener Waterloo who played his first game, and played excellent, stopping 44 of 50 shots.
Mr Mikes Players of the Game were Orleman and Jeremy Bosher.
The New Westminster Junior Salmonbellies dominated throughout and defeated the visiting Nanaimo Timbermen 19-7 on Sunday at Queen's Park Arena. Mr Mikes Players of the Game were Brandon Clelland and Adam Dickson.
NExt up: A pivotal rematch against the Delta Islanders on Tuesday, June 30, 8:00PM at Queen's Park Arena