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Renegades, Blades win twice in St. John's junior hockey league weekend action

The St. John’s Caps’ Joey Trenholm (left) high sticks the CBR Renegades’ Zack Hoskins during the teams’ game Saturday night at Twin Rinks. The Renegades went on to win 3-1.
The St. John’s Caps’ Joey Trenholm (left) high sticks the CBR Renegades’ Zack Hoskins during the teams’ game Saturday night at Twin Rinks. The Renegades went on to win 3-1.

Trevor Forward, the Penney Mazda St. John’s Junior Hockey League’s leading scorer, continues to have the hot hand heading into the Christmas break with a goal and two assists Sunday night in the CBR Assante Wealth Management Renegades’ 6-2 win over the Trinity-Placentia I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers.

Elsewhere Sunday, the Mount Pearl Mark’s Blades defeated the Northeast Celtics 3-1.

At the Trinity-Placentia Stadium in Whitbourne, Mitch King also had a three-point day for the visitors with two goals and an assist and Brandon Tilley had two goals. Evan Lockyer netted the single. Dakota Seaward and Linden Thorne replied for the Flyers.

The Renegades outshot their hosts 50-23.

Jungle Jim’s players of the game were King and Thorne.

 

Mount Pearl 3, Celtics 1

At the Jack Byrne Arena, the Blades scored two third-period goals to pull out the victory. Robert Peddle led the Blades with two goals, while Bradyn Brown scored once. Curtis Kavanagh had the lone Celtics’ goal.

Players of the game were the Blades’ Tyler Sturge and Kavanagh.

 

CBR 3, St. John’s 1 (Saturday)

At Twin Rinks, Forward netted a goal and an assist for the Renegades, along with King. Luke Tilley also scored for the visitors, who poured 48 shots on Hickman Automotive Group Caps goalie Redmond Hunt. Ryan Hawco replied.

Players of the game were Forward and Nathan Gillard.

Avalon 10, Trinity-Placentia 2 (Saturday)

At Goulds Arena, John Charles Snow had a big game for the Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals with two goals and four assists, while Ben Cleary and Andrew Paul both netted two goals and assisted on another. Zac Tucker also scored twice, with singles coming from Liam Fahey and Nick Harte. Connor Stevens and Colin Jackson replied for the Flyers.

Avalon outshot Trinity-Placentia 58-38. Cody Edwards played the full game for the Flyers.

Players of the game were Snow and Colin Jackson.

 

C.B.N. 7, Celtics 4 (Friday)

At the Bay Arena, the homestanding MoorFrost Stars got two goals from Zack Laing and singles from Nick Noseworthy, Andrew Smith, Anthony Nippard, Lucas Goobie and Cody Batten. Goobie collected two assists. Replying were Tyler Bennett with a goal and two assists. Stephen Brown, Chris Blackwood and Alex Rogers also scored.

Goobie and Bennett were the players of the game.

 

Southern Shore 7, Mount Pearl 3 (Friday)

At the Southern Shore Arena in Mobile, Peter Kavanagh registered two goals and an assist, while Shayne Kavanagh had a goal and two helpers for the C&W Offshore Junior Breakers.

Dylan Joy, William Hayes, Brandon Baird and Andrew Holden netted singles. Baird had two assists.

Kevin Pinsent, Mike Morris and Nick Adams had the Blades’ goals.

Peter Kavanagh and Morris were players of the game.

Elsewhere Sunday, the Mount Pearl Mark’s Blades defeated the Northeast Celtics 3-1.

At the Trinity-Placentia Stadium in Whitbourne, Mitch King also had a three-point day for the visitors with two goals and an assist and Brandon Tilley had two goals. Evan Lockyer netted the single. Dakota Seaward and Linden Thorne replied for the Flyers.

The Renegades outshot their hosts 50-23.

Jungle Jim’s players of the game were King and Thorne.

 

Mount Pearl 3, Celtics 1

At the Jack Byrne Arena, the Blades scored two third-period goals to pull out the victory. Robert Peddle led the Blades with two goals, while Bradyn Brown scored once. Curtis Kavanagh had the lone Celtics’ goal.

Players of the game were the Blades’ Tyler Sturge and Kavanagh.

 

CBR 3, St. John’s 1 (Saturday)

At Twin Rinks, Forward netted a goal and an assist for the Renegades, along with King. Luke Tilley also scored for the visitors, who poured 48 shots on Hickman Automotive Group Caps goalie Redmond Hunt. Ryan Hawco replied.

Players of the game were Forward and Nathan Gillard.

Avalon 10, Trinity-Placentia 2 (Saturday)

At Goulds Arena, John Charles Snow had a big game for the Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals with two goals and four assists, while Ben Cleary and Andrew Paul both netted two goals and assisted on another. Zac Tucker also scored twice, with singles coming from Liam Fahey and Nick Harte. Connor Stevens and Colin Jackson replied for the Flyers.

Avalon outshot Trinity-Placentia 58-38. Cody Edwards played the full game for the Flyers.

Players of the game were Snow and Colin Jackson.

 

C.B.N. 7, Celtics 4 (Friday)

At the Bay Arena, the homestanding MoorFrost Stars got two goals from Zack Laing and singles from Nick Noseworthy, Andrew Smith, Anthony Nippard, Lucas Goobie and Cody Batten. Goobie collected two assists. Replying were Tyler Bennett with a goal and two assists. Stephen Brown, Chris Blackwood and Alex Rogers also scored.

Goobie and Bennett were the players of the game.

 

Southern Shore 7, Mount Pearl 3 (Friday)

At the Southern Shore Arena in Mobile, Peter Kavanagh registered two goals and an assist, while Shayne Kavanagh had a goal and two helpers for the C&W Offshore Junior Breakers.

Dylan Joy, William Hayes, Brandon Baird and Andrew Holden netted singles. Baird had two assists.

Kevin Pinsent, Mike Morris and Nick Adams had the Blades’ goals.

Peter Kavanagh and Morris were players of the game.

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