Avalon collect victories over CBR, Trinity-Placentia
Andrew Marshall scored three goals and set up one to pace Avalon Roebothan Mckay Marshall Capitals to a 12-1 win over Trinity Placentia I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers in Penney Kia St. John’s Junior Hockey League play Sunday at Whitbourne Arena.,
It was the second win of the weekend for the league-leading Capitals who nipped the CBR Assante Wealth Management Renegades 5-4 Saturday.
Ben Cleary and Michael Cole each added a pair of markers for the Capitals who outshot the Flyers 43-26.
Singles came from Michael Collins, Frank Brown, Alex Powell, Bobby Squires and Kristian Husk. Powell also set up three goals.
Jordon Caines replied for the Flyers.
Marshall and Caines were named Jungle Jim’s players of the game.
Zack Mitchell was in net for the Capitals, while Coady Hann guarded the Flyers’ net.
In Sunday’s other game, the BK Services Celtics defeated the Mount Pearl Mark’s Dakota Wild 3-2 at the Glacier.
Curtis Kavanagh, Kurt Vaters and Alex Rogers each scored once for Celtics who outshot the Wild 37-31.
Travis Gale and Brandon Kalbfleisch scored for Mount Pearl.
Bill Dawe got the win in the Celtics’ net, while Jordan Ryan was in goal for the Wild.
Matthew Walsh of Celtics and Steve Barrett of the Wild were selected players of the game.
Avalon 4, CBR 4 (Saturday)
At Goulds Arena, the Capitals got single tallies from Squires, Collins, Zach Tucker, Cole and Husk to beat the Renegades.
Mitch King, Greg Beaumaster, Stephen LeDrew and Ryan Power scored for the losers.
The Renegades outshot the Capitals 43-36.
John McDonald was in goal for the Renegades, while Doug Pippy was between the pipes for the Capitals.
King and Squires were selected players of the game.
Meanwhile, due to poor road conditions, Saturday night’s game between the St. John’s Toyota Plaza Caps and C.B.N. MoorFrost Stars at Twin Rinks was postponed.
Southern Shore 7 C.B.N 2 (Friday)
At Bay Arena, the C&W Offshore Breakers got three goals and one assist from Mitch Martin to defeat the Stars.
Peter Kavanagh had a pair of goals for the winners who got singles from Dylan Joy and Shane Kavanagh.
The Breakers outshot the Stars 52-38.
Josh Carey got the win in the Breakers’ nets, while Connor Thompson was in goal for the Stars.
Joy and Donnelly got the player of the game nod for each of their clubs.
The league is now on its annual Christmas break until play resumes Jan. 3 with Avalon taking on C.B.N. at Bay Arena and Mount Pearl visiting the Southern Shore.