Wednesday, 16 April 2014

Kanzig Joins AHL Heat



ROYALS’ KEEGAN KANZIG JOINS ABBOTSFORD HEAT
Victoria defenceman assigned to American Hockey League by Calgary Flames.

For Immediate Release
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Victoria, BC – The Victoria Royals are pleased to announce that Keegan Kanzig has been assigned to the American Hockey League’s (AHL) Abbotsford Heat by the Calgary Flames for the remainder of the 2013-14 season.

Kanzig recently completed his third season with Victoria, posting eight points (3g-5a) in 63 games to go along with 99 penalty minutes. The Athabasca, AB native has appeared in 196 career WHL games and has collected 17 points (3g-14a) and 324 minutes in penalties. The 19-year-old has also notched two points (1g-1a) with 31 penalty minutes in 17 career post-season games.

The 6-5, 242 lb defender was drafted by the Calgary Flames with the club’s third round selection, 67th overall, in the 2013 NHL Draft. Kanzig is the highest drafted player in Royals’ team history. Kanzig was signed to a three-year entry level contract by the Flames last December.

Kanzig was originally selected by the franchise in the 2010 WHL Bantam Draft with the club’s first round, seventh overall pick.

Royals 2014-15 season tickets are on sale now! Guarantee the BEST seats at the BEST prices with the BEST benefits for all 36 home games by visiting www.victoriaroyals.com or calling 250-220-7889.

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For further information contact:

Corey St. Laurent
Manager of Communications and Hockey Operations Coordinator
Victoria Royals Hockey Club
250-220-2613

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Royals Handed Fine, Suspensions & Hicketts to U-18

The WHL handed down some stiff suspensions and fine to the Victoria Royals Tuesday April 15th.

Victoria:     $10,000 for actions by Club deemed detrimental to the League at Portland on April 10

Steven Hodges:    5 games for g.m. at Portland on April 10
- He threw two separate punches at an unsuspecting opponent during altercation

 Brandon Magee:  12 games for match penalty at Portland on April 10
 - It is the second match penalty for the player this season
- There were separate crosschecks to the heads of two opponents during incident



ROYALS’ JOE HICKETTS JOINS TEAM CANADA
Victoria defenceman headed to Finland to play for Team Canada’s Under-18 squad.

For Immediate Release
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Victoria, BC – The Victoria Royals would like to congratulate defenceman Joe Hicketts who has been added to Team Canada’s National Men’s Under-18 Team roster for the 2014 IIHF U18 World Championship, taking place between April 17-27 in Lappeenranta and Imatra, Finland.

This will mark Hicketts’ second stint with the National Men’s Under-18 Team. His first taste of action with the Under-18 team came when he suited up for Team Canada one year ago as an underage player. Hicketts took part in two exhibition games at the 2013 IIHF Under-18 World Championships in Sochi, Russia.

Hicketts recently completed his second season with the Royals and has 48 points (12g-36a) in 104 career WHL games. The Kamloops, BC native has also picked up three assists in 15 career playoff games.

Drafted 12th overall in the 2011 WHL Bantam Draft, Hicketts is no stranger to Hockey Canada. The 5-8, 186 lb rearguard won a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2013 Memorial of Ivan Hlinka Tournament where he was named an alternate captain. Hicketts was also named captain of Team Pacific for the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge where he registered six points (1g-5a) in five games of competition. Additionally, the blueliner was named as the captain of Team Canada for the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games where he collected five points (0g-5a) en route to a bronze medal.

Royals 2014-15 season tickets are on sale now! Guarantee the BEST seats at the BEST prices with the BEST benefits for all 36 home games by visiting www.victoriaroyals.com or calling 250-220-7889.

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For further information contact:

Corey St. Laurent
Manager of Communications and Hockey Operations Coordinator
Victoria Royals Hockey Club
250-220-2613


The following was taken from the Times Colonist:

It was a good news, bad news Tuesday for the Victoria Royals.
The good news is defenceman Joe Hicketts, left off Central Scouting’s rankings for the 2014 NHL draft after missing a large chunk of the Western Hockey League season to shoulder surgery, will get a second chance to make an impression on pro scouts.
The Royals confirmed Hicketts has been named to the Canadian roster for the IIHF under-18 world championship that starts Thursday and runs through April 27 in Finland.
“It’s good for Joe because he missed a lot of the season. This gives him a chance to build on the season,” said Royals head coach Dave Lowry.
Canada, which beat the host Finns in an exhibition Monday, opens pool play Thursday against Sweden before playing Germany on Saturday, Slovakia on Sunday and Russia next Tuesday. The national side is coached by Kevin Dineen, who is just off guiding Canada to the gold medal in women’s hockey at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
The bad news for the Royals is the WHL threw the book at them for incidents in their final playoff game. The team was fined $10,000 for “actions [in Game 5 of its Western Conference semifinal series against the Winterhawks] deemed detrimental to the league at Portland on April 10.” The largest previous fine this season levied against a team by the league was $500.
Also, forward Brandon Magee was suspended for 12 games and Steven Hodges for five at the beginning of next season, if they return to the club as overage 20-year-olds.
“We are disappointed we were involved [in the incidents],” Lowry said. “It was uncharacteristic of our club. We’ll have to deal with them [fines and suspensions]. ”
There is a chance Hodges, a draft pick of the Florida Panthers, could play minor-pro next season. Magee, however, has had no pro offers to date and is strongly expected to fill one of the Royals’ three overage slots for next season. If Magee indeed doesn’t go pro and is still available, the 12-game suspension won’t change the Royals’ thinking about bringing him back.
“Brandon Magee is going to play on our team,” said Lowry.
The league said Hodges was suspended because “he threw two separate punches at an unsuspecting opponent.” The WHL cited Magee for “separate crosschecks to the heads of two opponents” and noted “it is the second match penalty for the player this season.”
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It was a good news, bad news Tuesday for the Victoria Royals.
The good news is defenceman Joe Hicketts, left off Central Scouting’s rankings for the 2014 NHL draft after missing a large chunk of the Western Hockey League season to shoulder surgery, will get a second chance to make an impression on pro scouts.
The Royals confirmed Hicketts has been named to the Canadian roster for the IIHF under-18 world championship that starts Thursday and runs through April 27 in Finland.
“It’s good for Joe because he missed a lot of the season. This gives him a chance to build on the season,” said Royals head coach Dave Lowry.
Canada, which beat the host Finns in an exhibition Monday, opens pool play Thursday against Sweden before playing Germany on Saturday, Slovakia on Sunday and Russia next Tuesday. The national side is coached by Kevin Dineen, who is just off guiding Canada to the gold medal in women’s hockey at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
The bad news for the Royals is the WHL threw the book at them for incidents in their final playoff game. The team was fined $10,000 for “actions [in Game 5 of its Western Conference semifinal series against the Winterhawks] deemed detrimental to the league at Portland on April 10.” The largest previous fine this season levied against a team by the league was $500.
Also, forward Brandon Magee was suspended for 12 games and Steven Hodges for five at the beginning of next season, if they return to the club as overage 20-year-olds.
“We are disappointed we were involved [in the incidents],” Lowry said. “It was uncharacteristic of our club. We’ll have to deal with them [fines and suspensions]. ”
There is a chance Hodges, a draft pick of the Florida Panthers, could play minor-pro next season. Magee, however, has had no pro offers to date and is strongly expected to fill one of the Royals’ three overage slots for next season. If Magee indeed doesn’t go pro and is still available, the 12-game suspension won’t change the Royals’ thinking about bringing him back.
“Brandon Magee is going to play on our team,” said Lowry.
The league said Hodges was suspended because “he threw two separate punches at an unsuspecting opponent.” The WHL cited Magee for “separate crosschecks to the heads of two opponents” and noted “it is the second match penalty for the player this season.”
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 It was a good news, bad news Tuesday for the Victoria Royals.

The good news is defenceman Joe Hicketts, left off Central Scouting’s rankings for the 2014 NHL draft after missing a large chunk of the Western Hockey League season to shoulder surgery, will get a second chance to make an impression on pro scouts.

The Royals confirmed Hicketts has been named to the Canadian roster for the IIHF under-18 world championship that starts Thursday and runs through April 27 in Finland.

“It’s good for Joe because he missed a lot of the season. This gives him a chance to build on the season,” said Royals head coach Dave Lowry.

Canada, which beat the host Finns in an exhibition Monday, opens pool play Thursday against Sweden before playing Germany on Saturday, Slovakia on Sunday and Russia next Tuesday. The national side is coached by Kevin Dineen, who is just off guiding Canada to the gold medal in women’s hockey at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

The bad news for the Royals is the WHL threw the book at them for incidents in their final playoff game. The team was fined $10,000 for “actions [in Game 5 of its Western Conference semifinal series against the Winterhawks] deemed detrimental to the league at Portland on April 10.” The largest previous fine this season levied against a team by the league was $500.

Also, forward Brandon Magee was suspended for 12 games and Steven Hodges for five at the beginning of next season, if they return to the club as overage 20-year-olds.

“We are disappointed we were involved [in the incidents],”
Lowry said. “It was uncharacteristic of our club. We’ll have to deal with them [fines and suspensions]. ”

There is a chance Hodges, a draft pick of the Florida Panthers, could play minor-pro next season. Magee, however, has had no pro offers to date and is strongly expected to fill one of the Royals’ three overage slots for next season. If Magee indeed doesn’t go pro and is still available, the 12-game suspension won’t change the Royals’ thinking about bringing him back.

“Brandon Magee is going to play on our team,” said Lowry.

The league said Hodges was suspended because “he threw two separate punches at an unsuspecting opponent.” The WHL cited Magee for “separate crosschecks to the heads of two opponents” and noted “it is the second match penalty for the player this season.”

cdheensaw@timescolonist.com

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Friday, 11 April 2014

Recap: VIC 1 - PORT 5 (Hawks win series 4-1)

*Hear from Jordan Fransoo, Ben Walker, Logan Nelson, Dave Lowry and GM Cam Hope post series thoughts here: https://soundcloud.com/voice_vicroyals/tracks *

The visiting Victoria Royals season came to a close last night in a 5-1 loss against the Portland Winterhawks, falling 4 games to 1.

“It hurts to lose, as a coach you’re extremely disappointed to see these guys and the pain the feel and the disappointment they incur, but that’s part of the process.”
Said Head Coach Dave Lowry,
Ceremonial Hand Shake
“To win you have to go throught this, we’ll be a better team moving forward, our young guys and the guys that will return will remember this and know that it’s hard to win.”
Hodges would score

Portland advances to the Western Conference Final for a 4th straight year and will now face the Kelowna Rockets.

Victoria did not go down with out a fight, amassing 86 minutes in a fiesty, scrap filled affair.

Portland’s Oliver Bjorkstrand had a 4 point night with a goal and three assists, while Chase Deleo scored a pair.  Steven Hodges had the lone goal for Victoria.
Patrik Polivka made 35 saves, while his counterpart Brendan Burke stopped 31.

The ‘Hawks lead 2-0 after 20 on goals by Taylor Leir on the power play and Adam DeChamplain banking one in off Polivka from behind the goal with just :34 seconds left in the frame.

Bjorkstrand pounced on a loose puck in the second period to go up 3-0 before Hodges struck on the power play.  Two fights broke out at the end of the middle frame resulting in ejections to Hodges and Joe Hicketts, while Derrick Pouliot was tossed for the ‘Hawks.

In the third Chase Deleo added a pair, including one on the power play to put the game away.  Ryan Gagnon and Nic Petan squared off as tempers flared.

“It’s definitely going to go down as one my least favourite games of my career so far..” said Logan Nelson,  

"Portland played really well all series, I thought we battled hard too, right down to the end.  I can’t say enough about my teammates, and the coaching staff – and I’m happy I can end my (WHL) career here.”


Royals realize their fate
The Royals graduate their three 20 year olds, Jordan Fransoo, Logan Nelson and Ben Walker who played together on a line with his younger brother Jack for the last time.

“They have to carry this with them, it’s all part and parcel - experience and everything that…wherever they end up next year, pro or school, there’s a price that has to be paid to win.”
said Lowry about the overagers,

“They’ve lived on the side where they haven’t gotten the results, and hopefully they can use that experience and they can share it.”


Victoria wrapped up a franchise best season, including a 100 point campaign, and reaching the 2nd round for the first time.

“It’s really satisfying, really gratifying to see the results to be a part of a group to get 100 points in a season, that says a lot about your group of kids, and to get into the second round and lose to one of the best teams in the country there’s no shame – but there’s huge disappointment.”
According to Lowry,

“This was an unbelievable group and it started last year, it carried over this year and we know moving forward, next year it’s going to be an even better team.”
- Marlon Martens

Austin Carroll attempts to score on Brendan Burke
*More pictures below scoring summary*

Victoria Royals 1 at Portland Winterhawks 5 - Status: Final
Thursday, April 10, 2014 - Moda Center - Portland, OR

Victoria 0 1 0 - 1
Portland 2 1 2 - 5

1st Period-
1, Portland, Leier 4 (Bjorkstrand, Leipsic), 13:46 (PP).
2, Portland, De Champlain 2 (Turgeon, Pouliot), 19:26.

Penalties-Bittner Por (slashing), 8:47; Magee Vic (cross checking), 13:10; Soy Vic (roughing), 15:31; Texeira Por (roughing), 15:31.


2nd Period-
3, Portland, Bjorkstrand 9 (Leier, Pouliot), 10:31.
4, Victoria, Hodges 4 (Brown, Soy), 15:11 (PP).

Penalties-Hicketts Vic (cross checking), 7:26; Hicketts Vic (roughing), 14:14; Leipsic Por (roughing), 14:14; Pouliot Por (slashing), 15:03; Magee Vic (roughing), 19:56; Leipsic Por (roughing, roughing), 19:56; Carroll Vic (10-minute misconduct), 20:00; Hicketts Vic (major-fighting, game misconduct), 20:00; Hodges Vic (instigator, major-fighting, game misconduct, 10-minute misconduct), 20:00; Pouliot Por (major-fighting, game misconduct), 20:00; Turgeon Por (major-fighting), 20:00.

3rd Period-
5, Portland, De Leo 4 (Bjorkstrand, Texeira), 12:22.
6, Portland, De Leo 5 (Bjorkstrand, Cederholm), 17:57 (PP).

Penalties-Petan Por (tripping), 12:46; Brown Vic (holding), 14:33; Kanzig Vic (10-minute misconduct), 14:58; Gagnon Vic (major-fighting), 15:10; Magee Vic (high sticking, match-attempt/injure), 15:10; Leipsic Por (roughing, 10-minute misconduct), 15:10; Petan Por (instigator, major-fighting, game misconduct), 15:10; Carroll Vic (slashing), 18:09.

Shots on Goal-
Victoria 7-10-15-32.
Portland 10-14-16-40.

Power Play Opportunities-
Victoria 1 / 4;
Portland 2 / 6.

Goalies-
Victoria, Polivka 5-4-0-0 (40 shots-35 saves).
Portland, Burke 8-1-0-0 (32 shots-31 saves).

A-8,083
Referees-Jeff Ingram (82), Derek Zalaski (8).
Linesmen-Jarrod Boman (116), Nathan Van Oosten (115).


Hodges celebrates

Taylor Crunk


Carroll scraps Turgeon
Hicketts fights Pouliot, while Hodges and Turgeon engage
Hicketts was shaken up
Nic Petan jumps on the back of Ryan Gagnon
Gagnon and Petan scrap
Gagnon and Petan scrap on the ice

Gagnon heads to the penalty box, as Petan lies injured on the ice.

Petan is helped up by his teammates


A depleted Royals bench

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Recap: PORT 4 - VIC 3 (Game 5, Series 3-1 'Hawks)

Hodges scores just :07 seconds into the third
Brendan Leipsic scored twice as the visiting Portland Winterhawks came from behind to defeat the Victoria Royals 4-3 Tuesday night.

Portland takes a 3-1 series lead in the best of seven back to the Moda Center for Game 5 Thursday night.

It was a back and forth affair Tuesday, with the Royals twice holding leads.

The game was tied at 1 after 20 minutes, and tied at 2 after 40.
Hodges denied by Burke

Steven Hodges gave the home team a 3-2 lead, :07 seconds into the third, and set the franchise record for fastest goal to start a period.

Brendan Leipsic added his second of the game to tie the game at 3 a mere 1:26 later.  Chase Deleo gave the Winterahwks their final lead, as the Royals had to kill off a penalty late and were unable to equalize.

Patrik Polivka made 34 saves, while his counterpart Brendan Burke stopped 25 for the win.
Magee applies pressure late, but the Royals would fall short
Victoria has struck on the power play in each game of the series, going 1 for 4 while stopping 4 of 5 Portland man advantages.

Tyler Soy openend the scoring with his 2nd, but Adam Rossingnol tied it up 1:27 later.
Tyler Soy opens the scoring with his 2nd of the post season
In the second  period, the Winterhawks went ahead on Leipsic’s 7th, but Taylor Crunk fired home a short handed goal to lift the 6, 745 out of their seats to tie the game at 2.

The Royals had Keegan Kanzig back in the line up after missing 2 games due to suspension.

Pregame show at 6:45 Thursday night on The Zone @ 91.3fm

- Marlon Martens
Carroll screens Burke
Royals celebrate a goal

Crunk beats Burke

Magee fires wide during a 5 on 3

Magee has a word with the official
Polivka was brilliant, denying Bjorkstrand twice on a power play

Crunk hammers a shot

The Winterhawks pour off the bench victorious


Portland Winterhawks 4 at Victoria Royals 3 - Status: Final
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena - Victoria, BC

Portland 1 1 2 - 4
Victoria 1 1 1 - 3

1st Period-
1, Victoria, Soy 2 (Hicketts, Magee), 6:39.
2, Portland, Rossignol 1 (Price, Haar), 8:06.

Penalties-Gagnon Vic (hooking), 2:19; Kanzig Vic (boarding), 13:28; De Leo Por (boarding), 15:55.

2nd Period-
3, Portland, Leipsic 7 (Bjorkstrand, Dumba), 12:18 (PP).
4, Victoria, Crunk 2   17:11 (SH).

Penalties-Dumba Por (hooking), 5:11; De Champlain Por (roughing), 9:20; Kanzig Vic (roughing), 9:20; Carroll Vic (tripping), 10:22; Nelson Vic (boarding), 15:21; Dumba Por (checking from behind), 17:55; Petan Por (high sticking), 18:12.

3rd Period-
5, Victoria, Hodges 3 (Carroll, Nelson), 0:07 (PP).
6, Portland, Leipsic 8 (Pouliot), 1:33.
7, Portland, De Leo 3 (Dumba, Leier), 8:05.

Penalties-served by Palmer Vic (too many men), 16:37.

Shots on Goal-
Portland 11-14-13-38.
Victoria 10-7-13-30.

Power Play Opportunities-
Portland 1 / 5;
Victoria 1 / 4.

Goalies-
Portland, Burke 7-1-0-0 (30 shots-27 saves).
Victoria, Polivka 5-3-0-0 (38 shots-34 saves).

A-6,745
Referees-Steve Papp (17), Pat Smith (12).
Linesmen-Bevan Mills (98), Kirk Van Helvoirt (107).

Monday, 7 April 2014

Recap: PORT 1 - VIC 2 (Game 3)

Brandon Magee opens the scoring in a 2-1 win over Portland
Patrik Polivka made 38 saves while the Victoria Royals used a pair of power play goals to edge the visiting Portland Winterhawks 2-1, in Game 3 of the Western Conference Semi-Final Monday night.

Polvika #1 star
“I liked the way we bounced back, played with great emotion, great controll and our special teams gave us an opportunity to win a hockey game.” – Head Coach Dave Lowry

Victoria has a chance at drawing even in the series at 2, Tuesday night at home.

“We were just sticking to our game plan of playing Royals hockey, being hard on their key guys, finishing all of our checks and mucking in front for our goals.  That’s what we did today, our goals weren’t pretty but they still count.” – Royals Forward Steven Hodges

Austin Carroll the GWG on the Power Play
Brandon Magee and Austin Carroll scored back to back power play goals in the first period as the Royals went 2 for 8, while stopping all 4 Winterhawk man advantages.

“Through the course of a playoff series, there’s going to be a lot animosity and emotion.  To win you have to take your licks, and I thought tonight our guys did a real good job of managing that.” said Lowry

Taylor Leir broke Polivka’s shutout bid with :14 seconds left in the third with netminder Brendan Burke on the bench. 

Polivka made 38 saves
“I like the way our guys competed, (Polivka) seeing and making the first save.  Not giving second and third chances.” according to Lowry

Portland has not been shut out since Dec. 11, 2011.  Burke made 25 saves in the loss.

“In order to beat a team of Portland’s calibre, you need everybody on the same page and tonight our guys were all dialed in.” added Lowry

Victoria snapped Portland’s 13 game win streak, handing the Winterhawks just their 2nd loss in 36 games.  In fact the Royals have handed them 2 of their last 3 losses.
Nelson vs Schoenborn

There were two fights, Logan Nelson squared off with Alex Schoenborn in the 2nd, while Brandon Magee and Nic Petan dropped the mitts with :01 second left.

Petan vs Magee
Victoria played a second round playoff game for the first time on the Island in 25 years.

Steven Hodges drew an assist on Carroll’s eventual game winning goal, giving him the franchise lead in playoff points with 18, one more than Jamie Crooks.

Victoria has been an offensive first period team,scoring 13 of their 23 post season goals in the first frame.

Royals defenseman Keegan Kanzig didn’t play as he completed a two-game suspension for actions late in Game 1.
Magee about to score the opening goal
Attendance was 6,505.

“We love playing in this building,” said Lowry on the electricity in the rink, “Our kids really enjoy it – it was great atmosphere, the crowd was really nice loud and they’re into it…

Pregame show from the SOFMC at 6:45 Tuesday night on the The Zone @ 91.3fm

- Marlon Martens
Magee a blast
Magee celebrates

Austin Carroll vs Brendan Burke

Steven Hodges back hander
Ben Walker a chance
Fisher blocks a Pouliot point drive




Austin Carroll had the hit of the night on Iverson
Time Out Portland


Leir would score with :14 seconds left



Portland Winterhawks 1 at Victoria Royals 2 - Status: Final
Monday, April 7, 2014 - Save-On-Foods Memorial Arena - Victoria, BC

Portland 0 0 1 - 1
Victoria 2 0 0 - 2

1st Period-
1, Victoria, Magee 3 (Walker, Fransoo), 2:49 (PP).
2, Victoria, Carroll 5 (Nelson, Hodges), 9:24 (PP).

Penalties-Petan Por (interference), 2:26; Texeira Por (hooking), 8:36; Rossignol Por (slashing), 9:24; Fransoo Vic (kneeing), 9:42; Schoenborn Por (tripping), 15:17; Brown Vic (slashing), 17:02.

2nd Period-
No Scoring.

Penalties-served by Predinchuk Por (too many men), 0:18; Schoenborn Por (interference, roughing, major-fighting), 10:53; Nelson Vic (unsportsmanlike cnd., major-fighting), 10:53; Gagnon Vic (tripping), 15:04; Pouliot Por (cross checking), 15:20.

3rd Period-
3, Portland, Leier 3 (Pouliot, Leipsic), 19:46.

Penalties-Iverson Por (inter. on goaltender), 3:06; Bjorkstrand Por (hooking), 11:35; Carroll Vic (embellishment), 11:35; Nelson Vic (roughing), 14:40; Leipsic Por (slashing, roughing), 19:59; Petan Por (major-fighting), 19:59; Carroll Vic (roughing, roughing), 19:59; Magee Vic (major-fighting), 19:59.

Shots on Goal-
Portland 13-14-12-39.
Victoria 13-6-8-27.

Power Play Opportunities-
Portland 0 / 4;
Victoria 2 / 8.

Goalies-
Portland, Burke 6-1-0-0 (27 shots-25 saves).
Victoria, Polivka 5-2-0-0 (39 shots-38 saves).

A-6,505
Referees-Brett Iverson (24), Brett Montsion (54).
Linesmen-Ryan Gibbons (73), Justin Hull (49).