Bursey, Aucoin lead Wild over Flyers in St. John's junior hockey

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John Bursey and Kyle Aucoin had a goal and an assist apiece to help lead the Mount Pearl Mark’s Dakota Wild to a 5-2 win over the Trinity-Placentia I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers Sunday in Penny Kia St. John’s Junior Hockey League play Sunday.

At Whitbourne Arena, Matt Rex, Travis Gale, and Bradyn Brown had the spare Mount Pearl markers and Ryan Jordan stopped 27 of 29 shots.

Justin Pinksen and Coady Barrett replied for the Flyers.

Tyler Wrice had 26 stops.

Results from another game at Rogers Bussey Arena between the St. John’s Toyota Plaza Caps and the BK Services Celtics was not available before the Telegram’s press deadline.

Trinity-Placentia 6, St. John’s 3 (Saturday)

At Twin Rinks, Player of the game Greg Edison scored twice, Patrick Churchill had one and set up another, and Tyler Wrice made 24 saves to lead the Flyers past the second-place Caps.

Cody Barrett, Dakota Seaward and Connor Stevens added singles for the winners.

Ryan Hawco, Josh Hawco and home player of the game Jamie Pender replied for St. John’s whose Coady Edwards faced 37 shots.

CBR 9, C.B.N. 3 (Saturday)

At Robert French Memorial Stadium in Kelligrews, Ryan Power recorded a five-point game with a goal and four assists as the Assante Wealth Management Renegades routed the MoorFrost Stars.

Mitch King scored, twice, and singles came from Greg Beaumaster, Josh Taylor, Alex David, Evan Lockyer, Brandon O’Neil and Luke Tilley, who had two helpers for a three-point night. Trevor Forward had four assists and goalie Mitch Puddister stopped 24 shots.

The Stars’ Devon Whelan had two goals and Colby Murphy had one. Mitchell Dobbin faced 35 shots in net.

Avalon 5, Celtics 0 (Saturday)

At Goulds Arena, Mike Cole scored twice and assisted on another and Doug Pippy stopped all 20 shots he faced as the Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals blanked the Celtics. Cole was his team’s player of the game.

Josh Crane, Ben Marshall, and Matthew Barrett also scored.

Elgin Applin took player of the game honours for the Celtics.

Southern Shore 5, Mount Pearl 0 (Friday)

At the Southern Shore Arena in Mobile, home player of the game Riley Ricks registered a hat trick and drew an assist and Josh Carey turned aside all 42 shots as the C&W Offshore Breakers shutout the Wild.

Peter Kavanagh scored twice and set up two more for the winners. Jordan Ryan stopped 33 of 38 shots against in net for the visitors. Chad Thompson was the Wild’s player of the game.

Avalon 5, C.B.N. 4 SO (Friday)

At the Bay Arena in Bay Roberts, the Stars forced overtime with a pair of third-period goals but after a scoreless extra frame the Capitals made good in the shootout for the victory.

In regulation, Bobby Squires, Nick Harte, Josh Crane and Ben Cleary counted for the winners while Cody Batten, Zach Laing, Josh Ledrew and home player of the game Devin Whelane scored for the Stars.

Visiting player of the game Doug Pippy made 48 saves for the win, while Connor Thompson stopped 40 for the losers.

Organizations: Flyers, Celtics, Capitals

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

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