Caps now 11-0
The Toyota Plaza St. John's Junior Caps made it two weekend wins on Sunday as they defeated Trinity Placentia Flyers 4-3 Sunday at Whitbourne.
Ryan Perks, Kyle McGuirk, Robby Hynd and Mike King shared in the scoring for the Caps who remain undefeated. Cody McNamara, Paul Hutchings and Alex Gill replied for the losers.
Caps were up 2-1 after first and there was no scoring in the second period.
McGuirk of the winners and McNamara of the losers get the nod as Jungle Jims players of the game.
The Celtics beat Slateworks CBN Stars 5-1 at the Jack Byrne Arena.
Five players shared in the scoring, Tyler Parsons, Chris Ryan, Justin LeBlanc, Chris Blackmore and Cory Waterman. Mike Vaters netted the lone CBN goal.
Vaters of CBN and Matthew Walsh of the Celtics were named Jungle Jims players of the game.
The Toyota Plaza St. John's Junior Capitals have now gone ten games without a loss in Kent St. John's Junior Hockey League play. They beat the Assante Wealth Management CBR Renegades 8-1 .
Matthew Coughlan and Mike King fired home three goals each. Patrick Parfrey and Jamie Pender added a single.
I J Smith and Sons Trinity Placentia Flyers won their third game of the year a 4-2 decision over Roebothan McKay and Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals. Garrett Murphy, Ben Martin, Justin Dixon and Darren Wilkins scored the goals for the winners.
Matthew Scott and Scott Gilchrest scored for the Capitals.
C and W OffShore Junior Breakers blasted Junior Celtics 10-3 in Kent St. John's Junior Hockey League play at the Mobile Arena on Friday night.
Andrew Gale and Dylan Joy had three goals each in this game. Gale also had two assists and Joy one. Shane Boland, James Gardiner, Mike Chafe and Brandon Baird had singles.
Cory King, Matthew Walsh and Chris Blackmore had the Celtics goals.
Shore had a 6-0 lead after the first and were up 8-1 heading home.
Joy of the winners and Kory Waterman of the Celtics were named Jungle Jim's players of the game.
At Bay Roberts, Mount Pearl Junior Blades blanked Slateworks CBN Junior Stars 4-0.
Luke Deering had two goals for the winners and John Ryan and Julian Loveless had singles.
Mount Pearl were up 1-0 after the first and 3-0 after two.
Deering of the winners and Lyndon Goobie fo the Stars were named Jungle Jim's players of the game.