Caps win twice in St. John's junior hockey

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The St. John’s Hickman Automotive Group Caps defeated Trinity Placentia I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers 3-1 Sunday at the Whitbourne Arena for the team’s second win of the weekend in the Penney Kia St. John’s Junior Hockey League.

The Caps nipped the Southern Shore C&W Offshore Breakers 3-2 Saturday at Twin Rinks.

Garrett Murphy, Grant Nolan and Zac Cooper each scored once for the Caps who outshot the Flyers 33-24.

Adam Green scored the lone Flyers’ goal.

Nolan and the Flyers’ Steven Butt were named Jungle Jim’s players of the game.

In another game at the Glacier in Mount Pearl, the Avalon Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals doubled up the host Mount Pearl Mark’s Dakota Wild 4-2. 


St. John’s 3, Southern Shore 2

Ryan Hawco, Garrett Murphy and Patrick Power each scored once for the Caps. Peter Kavanagh and Brandon Baird replied for the Breakers.

Power and Baird were chosen players of the game.

Shots on goal were even at 33. Scott Bray was in net for St. John’s, while Josh Carey tended net for Southern Shore.

C.B.N. 5, Avalon 4

At Goulds Arena, Brandon Parrott led the MoorFrost Stars with three goals to earn player of the game honours for the winners at Goulds Arena. Cody Batten and Bradley Budden each scored once for the winners.

Capitals’ player of the game Bobby Squires had a pair of goals. Michael Cole and Matthew Caines each scored once for Avalon.

The Capitals outshot the Stars 39-27.

Zack Mitchell replaced starter Doug Pippy in Goalie the third period for the Capitals. Mitchell Dobbin was in net for the Stars.

CBR 5, Mount Pearl 0

At Robert French Memorial Stadium in Kelligrews, Josh Taylor scored once and set up two goals to pace the Assante Wealth Management Renegades to victory over the Wild.

Singles came from Andrew Gillard, Ryan Power, Evan Lockyer and Mitch King.

Nathan Gillard, who posted the shutout, and Wild goalie Jordan Ryan were named players of the game.

The Renegades outshot the Wild 43-36.


Southern Shore 10, Flyers 4

At Southern Shore Arena, Peter Kavanagh scored two goals and set up two others to pace the Breakers.

Brandon Baird scored twice and had one assist for the winners. Andrew Holden, Dan Chafe, Riley Ricks, Adam Walsh, John Young and  Justin David each scored once for the Shore..

Dylan Cook had two goals for the Flyers. Greg Edison and Brandon Normedy each scored once.

Josh Carey was in net for the Breakers, while Coady Hann tended net for Flyers.

Celtics 6, C.B.N. 3

At the Bay Arena, Chris Blackwood scored once and assisted on one goal to pace BK Services Celtics.

Chris Amminson also had a pair of goals for the winners who got single markers from Stephen Brown and Matthew Walsh.

Zach Laing, Dev Whalen and Cody Batten each scored once for the Stars.

The Celtics outshot the Stars 35-32. Billy Dawe was in net for winners, whilie Connor Thompson was in goal for the Stars.

Whelan and Dawe were selected players of the game.

Organizations: Flyers, Capitals, Assante Wealth Management Renegades

Geographic location: Mount Pearl, St. John's, Kelligrews

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