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Renegades, Capitals and Flyers enjoy two-win weekend in St. John's junior hockey league play

The CBR Assante Wealth Management Renegades beat the Northeast BK Services Celtics 5-2 Sunday in St. John’s Penney Mazda Junior Hockey League play.The Renegades joined the Mount Pearl Mark’s Dakota Wild and Avalon Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals each with a pair of weekend victories.

Ben Marshall (left) of the Avalon Capitals is pursued by the Trinity Placentia Flyers’ Dakota Seaward as he rounds the net during the teams’ St. John’s Junior Hockey League game at Goulds Arena on Saturday night. Avalon won 3-2 in a shootout.

Trevor Forward, Andrew Haley, Mitch King, Ryan Power and Lucas Lush each scored once for the Renegades who outshot Celtics 44-30.

Brandon Jewer had two goals for the Celtics in the game played at Jack Byrne Arena.

Haley and Celtics’ goaltender Jon Foss were named Jungle Jim’s players of the game.

Phil Hann was in net for Renegades.

Mount Pearl 4, Southern Shore 3 (Sunday)

At the Glacier, Player of the game Bobby Upshall led the Wild with two goals. Mike Morris and Chad Thompson each scored once.

Breakers’ player of the game Peter Kavanagh had a hat trick in a losing cause.

Connor McCarthy was in net for the Breakers who outshot the Wild 38-32. Jordan Ryan was in net for the Wild.

C.B.N. 4, Trinity Placentia 2 (Sunday)

At Whitbourne Stadium, Devin Whalen had one and goal and assist for the MoorFrost Stars who also got goals from Zach Laing, Anthony Nippard and Mitchell Mason.

Grant Young and Coady Barrett scored for the I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers, who outshot the Stars 32-29.

Whalen was named the Stars’ player of the game, while Dakota Seaward earned the honours for the Flyers.

Connor Thompson was in net for the Flyers and Jordan Dray was his counterpart.

Avalon 4, Trinity Placentia 3 SO (Saturday)

Player of the game Ben Cleary scored once one in regulation, set up two goals, and score the winner in the shootout in the Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals’ win at Goulds Arena.

Andrew Paul, who also scored in the shootout, tallied twice in regulation and assisted on Cleary’s marker.

Jordan Mercer, Connor Stevens and player of the game Dylan Cook scored for the Flyers.

Aaron Small was in net for the Capitals and coady Edwards for the Flyers who outshot the Capitals 46-34.

CBR 7, St. John’s 6 SO (Saturday)

Josh Taylor had two goals for the Renegades at Robert French Memorial Stadium. Stephen LeDrew, Trevor Forward, Mitch King and Justin Boland each scored once.

Riley Edwards had a pair of markers for the Hickman Automotive Group Caps. Jason Michand, Grant Nolan, Ryan Perks and Ryan Hawco had singles.

Mitch Puddester and Nathan Gillard shared the netminding duties for the Renegades. Redmond Hunt was in net for the Caps.

Forward and Edwards were chosen players of the game.

The Caps outshot the Renegades 41-30.

Avalon 6, C.B.N. 3 (Friday)

Ben Cleary scored once and set up jone goal to lead Avalon to victory at Bay Arena.

Andrew Paul, Ben Murphy, Zack Tucker and Ben Marshall each scored once. Paul, who was named Capitals player of the game, also set up three goals.

Devin Whalen, Brady Barrett and player of the game Zack Laing had the goals for the Stars.

Mount Pearl 4, Southern 2 (Friday)

At the Southern Shore Arena in Mobile, Tyler Sturge had a pair of goals to pace the Wild. Michael Morris and Aaron Connolly each scored once.

Andrew Holden and Shayne Kavanagh had the goals for the Breakers.

Jordan Ryan made 27 saves in the Mount Pearl net while his counterpart Josh Carey had 37 stops.

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