- Welcome to the Chomedey Dynamo Website
- The Dynamo - Winners of Summer 2008 Regular Season & Winter 2008-09 Regular season & Play-offs
- See the Complete Updated 2009 Summer Dynamo Team Stats in Bulletin Board Section
- Dynamo Lose to the Monteuil Roadrunners in Summer 2009 Semi final in Sudden-death overtime 3-2
- See Dynamo Semi-Final Game summary in Game Results Section...
2008-09 Ligue Laval Indoor Soccer Champions (U9 Div. 2)
Summer 2009 Player Statistics here (Regular Season + Play-offs + Tournaments)
Get the complete updated stats for the Regular season/Play-off games and Tournaments.
Parents, let's not get too serious with the stats.
The Stats include all the regular season games and tournament games played.
There is a column for Goals (G), Assists (A), Set-up of goals (SOG), Points (PTS), and A + SOG Points (Assists +Set-up of Goals).
Remember, we are trying to promote the Passing game and team play.
The A + SOG Points (Assists +Set-up of Goals)is very important to the team and to the coaches.
Note: in the TEAM ROSTER/STATS section of the website, the Stats do not include Tournaments.
SOG is not calculated in the totals. But Click On the Link above(in Blue) to get the complete stats including tournaments.
The 2008 BMO Ligue Laval U9 Div. 2 Regular Season Summer Champs
The Chomedey Dynamo are the 2008-09 Regular Season & Play-off Champions
The Dynamo are now, both the Regular Season Champs and the Play-off Series Champs for winter 2008-09.
Newspaper article in The Laval News
The 2008-09 Chomedey Dynamo - U9 Div. 2 Winter Soccer Champions
It was a festive occasion the weekend of April 18 and 19, 2009 at Centre Sportif Bois-de-Boulogne. On Greek Easter Sunday, the soccer gods blessed the 2 U9 (Division 2) teams from the Chomedey Soccer Club in the Easter Sunday Showdown. It was a finale a-la-Chomedey.
The Chomedey Dynamo, a U9 (Division 2) boys soccer team captured the BMO Ligue Laval Winter indoor title by beating their brother team, the Chomedey Scorpions 6-4 in the play-off finals.
Both Chomedey teams squared off in an exciting game. There was end-to-end action and one thing was for sure, the Ligue Laval Cup would stay in Chomedey.
On this day, however, while the Scorpions kept fighting back and did not relent, it was the Dynamo that would prevail.
Both teams made it to the final by beating their opponents in the semi-finals on the previous day. The Dynamo disposed of Les Etoiles de l’Est 4-1 while the Scorpions shut-out Monteuil 2-0.
For coaches Peter Adam, Nick Longo and all 12 kids of the Dynamo, it was two accolades in two weeks. The play-off championship was the icing on the cake for this division 2 team. The weekend prior to the play-offs, the Dynamo locked up 1st place by defeating the St. Leonard Lions 13-3 and were crowned the Regular Season Champions. Their record was a stunning 13 wins, 1 tie, 2 losses this winter and finished 8 points ahead of their 2nd place counterparts in the standings.
Development was key
The main priority for this team, at this level was Development.
From the most advanced player to the newest player, the Dynamo coaches spent all winter trying to get the message across to all the players. The message was clear; start with the basics, learn them, work on soccer technique, understand the game and continue to improve. The coaches also tried to incorporate whatever they could in their practise sessions based on what they learned during actual games. The limited indoor time for practice was challenging. The team, however, maximized whatever time and space that was allotted to them.
The coach’s philosophy was “Practise makes perfect” and “give the kids special instructions, easy enough to understand”.
Even with winning both Championships, the coaches agree the team is far from being perfect. The constant changing of players every season has not helped. There is still more learning to do, loopholes to fill and both coaches are eager to start practicing outdoors. Who knows, maybe a couple of tournaments this summer in the AA (Division 1) category may take them to greater heights.
This moment of glory, nonetheless, belongs to the players. Congratulations to the real stars of the Chomedey Dynamo… Leonard Nguyen, Peter Alper, Joseph Hanna, Nicholas Alevras, John Adam, Camilo Juan Marin Gil, Neem Tallah Attie, Jamal Pierre-Louis, Sonny Anthony Longo, Xavier Samson, Jason Alper, and Nicholas Bountroukas.
Despite losing almost half their players from the summer 2008 season, the Dynamo continued to fare well. In addition to both winter titles, the Chomedey Dynamo also won the gold medal in the 2009 ARS Laval Tournament on February 15 this year. They also made it to the Semi-finals in the Coupe Laval Tournament in March 2009.
Last summer, this U9 team finished 1st in their league to claim the summer regular season championship with a record of 16-1-1. They also picked up 2 silver medals and a bronze in tournaments played. Overall, it was a great season for the players, the parents and the coaches alike.
Final Game recap in GAME RESULTS section...
The 2008-09 Indoor U9 Division 2 Regular Season Champs
CHOMEDEY DYNAMO Wins the 2008-09 U9 Division 2 Indoor Regular Season Title.
The ARS Tournament : ''ST.VALENTINE'S WEEKEND''. Dynamo Wins Gold !!!
The Chomedey Dynamo ousted 2 top-ranking teams, FC Boisbriand in the Semi-Finals and Blainville in the Finals to claim the Gold prize at the end of the rainbow and reign supreme!!!
WAY TO GO DYNAMO!!!! Congratulations to coaches Peter Adam and Nick Longo.
Read about the Chomedey Dynamo Cup win in the March 6,2009 edition of the Courrier de Laval.
In French Edition Courrier de laval (French Edition) and
In English Edition Courrier de Laval (English Edition)
Also, read about the Dynamo Tournament win in The March 11, 2009 edition of the Laval News (Chomedey News)at:
The Laval News (Chomedey News)