CLEARY LEADS SCORING

  The first week of play in the St. John’s Junior Hockey League has been completed. Ben Cleary of the Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals has taken the scoring lead after the initial week. Cleary has played one game and has scored two goals and added four assists for six points. Five other players

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CATARACTS HAVE NEW COACH

  The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts of the Provincial “A” senior hockey league have a new coach and he is no stranger to Newfoundland Hockey. Tom Coolan is a former player and former NHL Assistant Coach, He takes over immediately his new duties with the team.

BEN CLEARY LEADS WIN

    Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals started their new St. John’s Junior Hockey League season with a bang. The Capitals downed the C-B-N Stars 12-1 at the Goulds Arena. Ben Cleary scored two goals and added four assists to lead the Capitals. Singles markers were added by Ben Murphy, John Snow, Ben

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ICECAPS ROSTER TAKING SHAPE

  Montreal Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin announced that 17 players have been reassigned to the St. John’s IceCaps.   The following players have been assigned to St. John’s (* injured player): Mac Bennett Tim Bozon Connor Crisp Stefan Fournier Dalton Thrower Travis Brown Edward Pasquale Nicolas Blanchard Angelo Miceli Jamal Watson Zachary Fucale Ryan

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LEAFS PRIVATEERS SPLIT

  S U N D A Y    The St. John’s Privateers get a split of their weekend series with the St. John’s Maple Leafs with a 4-2 win at the goulds Arena. Brad Connors connected for two goals for the Privateers with single markers from Matt O’Leary and Max French. Tyler Power had both

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CARIBOUS SIGNING

The Clarenville Caribous of the provincial senior hockey league  have signed defenseman Frank MacDonald from Beddeck Nova Scotia. He has played with the Halifax Mooseheads — Florida Everblades and Rochester Americans. He has been in Austria for the past six seasons. With Linz last season he had played in 45 games with two goals and

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FLYERS SIGN ASHAM

The Gander Flyers of the Provincial Senior Hockey League have signed a former veteran NHL player to play for them this season. Aaron Asham played with the Montreal Canadiens, New York Islanders, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and New York Rangers. He is being united with his former teammate with the Fredericton Canadiens

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CEEBEE STAR TRYOUTS

    The Conception Bay CeeBee Stars– who were just welcomed into the Avalon East Senior Hockey League– have an open practice scheduled for Wednesday night at the Bay Arena. The workout starts at eight o clock and is open to players who have played minor hockey for either CBN or Bay Arena Rovers or who

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WESTERN KINGS WIN IN OT

      Kyle Robinson’s goal at 4:44 of overtime lifted Western Kings to a 4-3 decision over St. John’s Privateers in Major Midget Triple AAA Hockey Saturday in Corner Brook. Jack Keough’s second goal of the game at 1:36 of the third period held up to force the game into the extra session. Adam

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EAST-WEST HERDER FINAL

  The battle for the Herder Memorial Trophy, emblematic of provincial senior hockey championship will now involve teams from both the Provincial senior A League and the Avalon East Senior Hockey League. That decision to elevate the Avalon East Senior Hockey League to “A” status was made at the fall meeting of Hockey Newfoundland and

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