Mooseheads’ funk continues in Moncton The halifax Mooseheads are facing their first adversity of this young QMJHL season. The Mooseheads lost for the third game in a row Wednesday night when they fell 3-2 to the host Moncton Wildcats before 3,173 fans. Wildcats forward Mika cyr netted his eighth goal of the season midway through the third period to break a 2-2 deadlock as halifax dropped its third-straight one-goal game. The herd (4-2-2) fell in overtime the previous two outings. Benoit-olivier Groulx, with his fifth, and Max Fortier, with his sixth, scored in the first period for halifax, which outshot Moncton 42-25. connor Moynihan assisted on both goals. The Mooseheads are back in action Friday night when they visit the cape Breton screaming eagles. Red sox fire manager Farrell John Farrell racked up a lot of wins and World series title with the Boston red sox. But past success wasn’t enough to save his job after consecutive early playoff exits. Boston fired Farrell on Wednesday after the team’s second straight loss in the AL division series. Lebron in doubt for opener vs. Celtics Lebron James won’t play again in the pre-season because of a sprained left ankle and his status for the cleveland cavaliers’ season opener is in question. James aggravated his ankle while making his exhibition debut Tuesday night against chicago. he scored 17 points and had eight turnovers as the cavaliers fell to 0-4.
The Nationals’ Michael A. Taylor hits an eighth-inning grand slam on Wednesday evening at Wrigley Field.