S U N D A Y The IceCaps fell 5-3 to the Syracuse Crunch on Sunday afternoon at Mile One. IceCaps’ Chris Terry scored twice and Charles Hudon added a single. The IceCaps are back in action this Friday and Saturday as they wrap up a six-game home stand against the Albany Devils.
S A T U R D A Y The St. John’s Junior Hockey League regular season ended Saturday. Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals defeated St John’s Caps 5-4. Andrew Paul and Dave pennedy scored twice each for the winners. And Mount Pearl downed CBR Renegades 7-2. Michael Broders and Stephen Predham
S U N D A Y The Southern Shore Breakers have forced a seventh and deciding game in their semi final series with Northeast Eagles in Avalon East senior hockey semi finals. Game six in this series went into double overtime before Daniel Dalton connected with the winner to give
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The 2017 provincial Triple A Midget hockey playoffs will begin Friday. Five teams will be in Deer Lake for the championships. Host-Western, Central Thunder, Tri Pen Ice, Northern Huskies and Eastern are the teams entered. The tournament will feature a single round robin with a championship game on Sunday.
Shane Boland of Southern Shore Breakers leads the individual scoring race in the playoffs in ther Avalon East senior hockey setup. Boland has played in all four of his teams games and has one goal and five assists for six points. There are five players tied for second place with four points each. In
Tyler Boland of St. John’s who played with Rimouski, Océanic continues to lead the scoring race in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Boland has played in 55 games and has 40 goals and 50 assists for 90 points. Included in his goals he has 12 power play markers and one short handed
The Ice Caps are back at the friendly confines of Mile One Tuesday night. They play host to the Binghamton Senators at 7:30. The Ice Caps back home after a six game road trip where they won three. The Ice Caps are tied for third in the Northern Division with Toronto. The
Liam Hynes of Southern Shore Breakers is the leading scorer in the St. John’s Junior Hockey League as the regular schedule starts to wind down. Hynes has played in 28 games this season and has scored 27 goals and added 31 assists for 58 points. Teammate Peter Kavanagh is a distant second. Kavanagh has
S U N D A Y Southern Shore Breakers evened their best iof seven Avalon East semi final with Northeast Eagles at two games apiece with a 2-1 win Sunday night. Cory Blackmore’s goal in the second period proved to be the winner for the Breakers. Morgan Warren had the other marker.