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
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
Sunday CBN Stars nipped the Trinity Placentia Flyer 6-4. Devin Whalen and Jarred Walters led the winners with two goals apiece. Mark Ryan and Josh Rogers added singles.Connor Stevens netted a pair of goals for the Flyers with Coral McNamara and Tyler Whittle with singles . Mount Pearl Junior Blades got two
S A T U R D A Y The St. John’s Junior Caps won their second game of the weekend with a 3-0 win over the Mount Pearl Junior Blades. Nathan Peters paced the winners with two goals while Danny Rice added a single. Ian Woolfrey stopped all shots fired his way for
S A T U R D A Y The Roebothan McKay Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals out lasted the CBN Stars 7-4 as Andrew Paul netted four goals and added an assist. Adam Caines backed up Pau had one goal and five assists. Ben Cleary with one goal and three assists
It was probably the most exciting game in St. Junior Hockey this season. The first place Southern Shore Breakers down by three goals at one point in the game the Breakers rallied and came up with a 7-6 overtime win over St John’s Caps. Patrick Pilon scored what proved to be the game winner
Southern Shore Breakers down the C-B-N Stars 5-2 in St. John’s Junior Hockey League play Monday night. Five players shared in the scoring, Peter Kavanagh, Shayne Kavanagh, Blake Dalton, Kieran O’Driscoll and Mitchell O’Driscoll. Reilly Dearing and Christian Dawe replied for the losers.
The St Johns Junior Hockey League scoring leader is Liam Hynes of the Southern Shore Breakers. Hynes has played 16 games and has 14 goals and 19 assists. Ben Cleary of the Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals holds down second place, He has 12 goals and 15 assists for 27 points.
S U N D A Y Southern Shore Breakers suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of Mt. Pearl Blades. The Blades came away with a 4-1 win. Grant Thompson had three goals for the Blades Michael Barnes had a single. Justin David replied for the Shore.
S U N D A Y CBR Renegades evened their record at four wins and four losses with a 4-3 overtime win Sunday over the Trinity Placentia Flyers. Northeast Eagles downed C-B-N Stars 8-4 in action Sunday. Brandon Sexton had three gioals and two assists for the winners. Josh Taylor added