The Avalon East Senior Hockey League S U N D A Y Southern Shore Breakers handed CeeBee Stars their second weekend loss Sunday with an 8-2 win. Andrew Gale was top scorer for the winners with two. Singles goals were added by Daniel Dalton, Jamie Tobin, Jeremy Nicholas, Damian Ryan, Michael Chafe and Shane
S U N D A Y Cataracts moved into sole possession of first place Sunday with a 4-2 win over the Clarenville Caribous. Michael Brent paced the Cats with two goals his second into an empty net late in the third period. Luke Gallant and Danny Wicks added singles. Stuart McRae and Ryan Delaney had
S A T U R D A T Tri Pen Osprey fell to South Shore Mustangs 3-1 in action Saturday. Michael Hopkings scored for the Tri-Pen squad. The Central IcePak lost as well 5-2 to Markham Majors. Joseph Toope and Brent Broaders scored for the Central squad.
The St. John’s Junior Hockey League held it’s second draft on Tuesday night Round 1 C&W Offshore Southern Shore Jr. Breakers acquire Claude Moulasion 2. Moorfrost CBN Jr. Stars acquire Neil Woolfrey 3. C&W Offshore Southern Shore Jr. Breakers acquire Carter Piercey 4. Pizza Delight Aberdeen Jr. Celtics acquire Cody Abbott 5.
Brandon Hynes of the Corner Brook Royals leads the individual scoring race in the Central West senior Hockey League after four games. Hynes has scored a league leading seven goals and added five assists for the Royals for his 12 points. Teammate Ryan Salvis is in second place just two points back. In
Mitch King of the C-B-R Renegades continues to hold down top spot. He has played 12 games and has scored 13 goals and added 14 assists for 27 points. Ben Cleary of the Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals is in second place. Cleary has played in 11 games this season and has
The St. John’s Caps scored five goals in the second period and added three in the third to beat Conception Bay CeeBee Stars 8-2 in Avalon East senior hockey play. Justin O’Rielly and Lucas Deering scored two goals each for the winners. Mike Druken, Robert Barrett, Jeremy Dixon and Jon Caul added singles.
S U N D A Y Three games played Sunday in St. John’s Junior Hockey. Mount Pearl Blades get five goals from five different players and defeat C-B-R Renegades 5-1. The Renegades were up 1-nothing after the first and Mount Pearl came back for a 2-1 lead after two periods. Jared
The St. John’s Ice Caps finished their six game road trip on a winning note Saturday. They were down 3-nothing to the Hershey Bears and win in a shootout. It was Daniel Carr’s goal 17:04 of the third period that forced the game into overtime. The extra session settled nothing. Gabriel Dumont scored what
S U N D A Y The St. John’s Maple Leafs edged Central Ice Pak 3-2 in a shootout . Tyler Wall and Cody Langmead scored for the Leafs in regulation time. In the shootout Danny Rice, Langmead and Tim Noble scored for the Leafs in the shootout. S A