The St. John’s Ice Caps finish their road trip with a 3-1 decision over Utica Comets . The Ice Caps were up 2-1 after the first and shut down Utica the rest of the way while adding a goal themselves for the decision. Lucas Lessio Brandon McNally and Jeremy Gregoire scored the Ice Caps
The Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals scored three unanswered third period goals enroute to a come-from-behind 6-4 victory over the C-B-N Stars in junior hockey action Saturday at Goulds Arena. The Capitals with the win move into a tie for second place in the standings with C-B-R Renegades as both teams now
S U N D A Y Gander defeat Corner Brook 5-1 for their third consecutive win and moves them into second place tie in the league standings. Arron Asham had two goals with Brett Shute, Mitch Oke and Ray Dalton having singles. Michael Hynes had the Royals marker. In Clarenville the Cataracts defeat Clarenville 5-3 to increase
Gabriel Dumont netted a shorthanded goal while Charles Hudon scored a powerplay marker but not enough as the St. John’s IceCaps fell 3-2 to the Rochester Americans in a shootout Wednesday night. The IceCaps fell behind 1-0 after the first period but Dumont tied the game just 22 seconds into the second period with the
The Clarenville Caribous have made a trade with the Corner Brook Royals . The Caribous send forward Keith Delaney to the Royals in exchange for defenseman Rodney Maloney and forward Andrew Smith. Both players will see action this weekend with the Caribous.
The Clarenville Caribous have made some changes as they start the second half of the Central West Hockey season. General Manager Ivan Hapgood says that current coach Dustin Russell will go back to a full time player role. He says as well they have added defenseman Murray Bavis to the team. He has plaued with
Not unexpected and it has happened. The IceCaps have assigned goaltender Eddie Pasquale to the Brampton Beast of the ECHL. Pasquale has posted a 5-1-2 record with the IceCaps, including a 2.45 goals against average and a .926 save percentage. The 25-year-old Toronto native registered a 2-5-2 win-loss record and a shutout with the
S U N D A Y Mount Pearl Blades won their second game of the weekend with a 5-3 win over Celtics. They now have 25 points. CBR Renegades are second with 21. Brandon Bursey, Stephen Predham, Chad Thompson, Andrew Pollard and Brad Mitchellmore scored the Blades goals. Alex Snow, Curtis Kavanagh and Stephen Brown
S U N D A Y The St. John’s Maple Leafs made kit a sweep of the Western Kings Sunday as they skated to a 5-0 victory. Kyle McGrath, Dylan MacKenzie, Danny Rice, Noah Parsons and Jimmy Locke connected for the Maple Leafs. Josh Langmead made 30 saves in recording the shutout.
23 year old Brandon Hynes, a native of Norris Point continues to lead the Central West Hockey League scoring race at the half way point of the season. Norris, who is with the Corner Brook Royals, has 15 goals and 12 assists in 14 games for the Royals for 27 points. Just eight points