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    Post by Admin on Mon Feb 16, 2009 1:50 pm

    The Guardian

    Canadiens edge Islanders in OT
    Alex Murray scored at 1:21 of overtime to lead the Fredericton Darcy Simon Canadiens to a 4-3 victory over the Charlottetown Marks Work Wearhouse Islanders in Sunday action of the N.B./P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League.
    Also scoring for Fredericton were Dakota Tomah (1-1), Matt Tomah, and Chris Eagles. Assisting were Bradley Dickinson (2), Adam Jones, Nick Cyr, and Grant West.
    Scoring for the Islanders were Jordan McInnis (2), and Cody Coffin. Jeremy Balderston, Cleve McNeill, Jeremy Jollimore, Blake Ozon, Thomas Flynn, and J.C. Dawson recorded assists.
    Blake Hunter stopped 15 of 18 shots to earn the goaltending win, while Alex Micalef stopped 38 of 42 in suffering the loss.

    Pacer wins rich conditioned class
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N. J. —
    Pownal Bay Matt, a six-year-old pacer owned by Ian Smith of Charlottetown, was a 1:52.3 winner at The Meadowlands Raceway on Sunday afternoon.
    Driven by Dan Dube, the six-year-old Matts Scooter pacer won a $10,000 conditioned class by three-and one-quarter lengths.
    Last year’s Gold Cup and?Saucer winner paid $12.80 to win and keyed a $1,968 triactor payoff.
    The pacer is trained by Lower Sackville, N.S., native David Pinkney Jr.

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    Special teams key Red Wings' victory
    TYNE VALLEY —
    Special teams keyed the Western Red Wings’ 5-4 victory over the Sherwood Falcons here at the Community Sports Centre on Sunday night.
    The Red Wings scored three short-handed goals and Tyler Arsenault’s power-play marker early in the third period stood up as the game-winner in the Island Junior Hockey League contest before 163 fans.
    TJ Campbell (1-2), Tyler Murphy (1-1), Pat Gallant (1-1) and Kyle MacDonald also scored for the Red Wings. Kris MacEwen (2) and Kris Read added assists.
    Brodie MacDonald (2), Grant MacAulay and Robbie Chandler answered for the Falcons, who led 1-0 after one period and trailed 4-1 following 40 minutes.
    Winning goaltender was Alex Robertson and Tyler MacDonald took the loss.

    Midget Thunder bounces Flyers
    CORNWALL —
    Five different players scored for the Cornwall Thunder in a 5-2 victory over the Moncton Flyers in N.B./P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League action Saturday.
    Jason Smallman (1-1), Zach Evans-Renaud, Marshall Ellis, Jason Cameron and Matt Myers scored for the Thunder (22-8-2). Jordan Costello (2), Devan Gunn (2), Brandon Carter and Ben McSwain recorded assists.
    The Flyers’ Gino Goguen scored his 33rd goal of the season to pull within one goal of Stanson Donovan’s all-time league record of 34 in a season. That mark was set in 2003-04. Alex Saulnier also scored for the Flyers (25-6-1).
    Winning goaltender Devon Cudmore stopped 24 of 26 shots. Moncton starter Aaron Hamilton turned aside 14 of 18 shots before he was relieved by Scott Cale at 13:33 of the second period. Cale stopped nine of 10 shots the rest of the way.
    The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and the Thunder led 4-2 lead after 40 minutes.

    Flames open series by beating Flyers
    CORNWALL —
    North River spotted Morell?Flyers a 1-0 lead in the first before rolling to a 6-1 win in the opening game of their quarter-final P.E.I. Minor Junior Hockey League series.
    Game 2 of the best-of-five series is scheduled for Friday night in Morell.
    Grant Laird and Morgan MacLellan each had two goals to lead the Flames, which held a 46-33 shot advantage overall, including a 21-4 edge in the third period.
    Borden Rhyno and Chad Fleming added the other goals with Glen Gorveatt assisting on two markers.
    Mike Dunphy gave Morell a 1-0 lead in the first before the?Flames scored twice in the second and three more in the third.

    Island drivers post double wins
    A pair of Island natives enjoyed a day on the harness racing tracks Saturday afternoon.
    At Northlands Park in Alberta, John Chappell reined both Red Star Ginny (!:57.2) and Kamora Spirit (2:00) to the winner's circle.
    At Flamboro Downs, in Dundas, Ont. Paul MacKenzie scored with Mischievous Lad in 2:00 and Get Er Done in 2:02.3.

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