S U N D A Y Trinity Placentia Junior Flyers downed Southern Shore Breakers 5-3 Sunday to take a three games to one lead in their best of seven semi final series. Patrick Churchill lead the way with two goals. Josh St. George , Tyler Whittle, and Conal McNamara had singles.
The Conception Bay CeeBee Stars are the Avalon East Senior Hockey League champions. Kenny King scored two goals and the CeeBee Stars downed the Northeast Eagles 5-3. They claim the best of seven final four games to two. Stephen Greeley, Cody Batten and Riley Ricks added singles for the CeeBee
The IceCaps return home after a six game road trip for an eight game set at Mile One. It all starts on Friday night with the Ice Caps hosting Rochester. M e a n w h i l e Chris Terry continues to lead the team in scoring. He has played
Tyler Boland of St John’s who played with Rimouski Oceanic and Vitalii Abramov of Gatineau Olympiques are tied for the scoring league in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Both players have 101 points. Boland has 46 goals and 55 assists. Abramov also had 26 goals and 55 assists.
The Northeast Eagles have tied the best of seven Avalon East Hockey League final series at two games apiece with the Conception Bay CeeBee Stars. Chris Sparkes goal at 8:26 of the third period proved to be the winner as the Eagles edged the Conception Bay Ceebee Stars 4-3. Sean Wadden,
The Clarenville Caribous are one win away from the Central West Senior Hockey League championship. Kevin Reid’s second goal of the game at 13:39 of the first overtime session gave the Caribous a 4-3 come from behind win. Kenny Mahoney had the other two goals for the Caribous. Michael Brent, Michael Hynes and Travis
The Conception Bay CeeBee Stars are one win away from the Avalon East senior hockey title and a trip to this year’s Herder final. The CeeBee Stars defeat the Northeast Eagles 3-1 to take a three games to two lead in the best of seven series. Sam Roberts, Matthew Thomey and Andrew Fenwick
Southern Shore Breakers won the opening game of their best of seven St John’s Junior hockey League semi-final with a 9-4 win over Trinity Placentia Flyers. Peter Kavanagh and Blake Dalton tallied twice each for the winners. Matt Templeman, Mitchell O’ Driscoll, Donavon Warren, A J Doyle and Shayne Kavanagh added
The Central West Senior Hockey League handed out its awards for the past season on Saturday night. Collin Circelli of the first place Cataracts was named the league’s most valuable player. In 18 games he played with the Cataracts the native of Oshawa Ontario scored eight goals and added 15 assists for
The Clarenville Caribous evened the best of seven Central West senior hockey final at a game apiece with a 4-3 win over the Cataracts Sunday. Keith Delaney scored twice for the Caribous and Dustin Russell and Ryan Delaney added singles. Stephen Simms, Andrew Gill and Rodi Short replied