HawkIQ with #31 Ryan Hall…

Height: 6′-4″#31 Ryan Hall PC

Weight: 185 lbs.

Birthdate: April 5, 1998

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB

Nickname: Hallsy

Instagram Handle: @ryanhall98

Favourite TV Show: Family Guy

Favourite Movie: Superbad

Favourite Actor/Actress: Tyler Perry/Oprah

What is playing on my phone right now: Ecstasy Pulse Rave by Shadow Beatz

Favourite NHL Team: Chicago Blackhawks

Favourite NHL Player: Vesa Toskala

Pre-game rituals or superstitions: Juggling

Favourite Rink: BellMTS Iceplex

Who would you most like to take Dinner: Trevor Szyda

Hockey Influence: My Dad

Best Hockey Memory: Winning the city high school hockey championship

Career Goal: Business

Favourite Meal Before a Game: Salad

If you were on an island with 3 things, what would they be? A few oranges, a boat, and my phone

Hawks Derail Transcona, 4-1

In a rare Sunday afternoon matinee at Eric Coy your Charleswood Hawks avenged their defeat at the hands of the Railer Express a few weeks back at the MMJHL Showcase weekend with a 4-1 victory. The first period was a pretty back and forth even affair with no scoring and a couple of powerplays for both teams. Early into the second Spencer Ferbers was ejected for a check from behind, but the Hawks managed to kill the penalty and started to take the game to the Railer Express. Connor Shaw stood tall between the Transcona pipes stopping 19 Charleswood shots in the second. Captain Dylan Zeke finally broke the game open 4:27 into the third on an unassisted number and then a little over 4 minutes later J.P. Lovell added what would prove the be the game winner. The insurance marker came from Cam Petras who got off the schneid with his first of the year on a pass from Quinn Werbowski. The Railer Express scored late in the third and pulled the goalie, but Meyer Nell iced it with the empty netter with less than a minute remaining. 

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The win is the third in a row for the Hawks who push their record to 29-7-3 and remain 6 points back of the Raiders who knocked off the Twins in overtime on Sunday…Meyer Nell’s empty netter gives him points in his last 8 straight games…the boys are scheduled to take on the Fort Garry-Fort Rouge Twins on Friday at 7:30pm at the Coy…this should be a good battle as despite being in sixth place the Twins have kept 3 of their 4 losses Hawks to just a goal…so clear your schedules and come out ready to cheer on the red and black!

Gilmore Leads Hawks to 5-4 OT Win

Overcoming an early 2-0 deficit in the first period, the Hawks managed to take an overtime decision 5-4 against the Royal Knights on Friday night. The boys drastically out shot the Royal Knights by a margin of 52-23 on the evening, but this one stayed close thanks in large part to the play of Evan Baty in the Royal Knights net. Meyer Nell had a pair of powerplay goals along with an assist on the game winner to help power the offence and for the second straight game Trevor Szyda put up a 2 goals and an assist. Adding to his 2 assists on the night, Riley Gilmore capped it with the overtime winner 2:59 into the extra frame to give the Hawks the win over the lowly Royal Knights who have now dropped 17 straight games. 


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Your second place Hawks take on the third place Transcona Railer Express in a Sunday matinee at Eric Coy with puck drop scheduled for 3:45pm.