Tough sled­ding

Is­land ju­nior B teams go 1-2 aginst New Brunswick coun­ter­parts

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - SPORTS -

Is­land teams failed to de­fend home ice Sun­day as the Fredericton Caps snuck past the Arse­nault’s Fish Mart Red Wings 4-3 in a shootout in Abram-Vil­lage and Kent Koy­otes out­manned the A&S Scrap Metal Met­ros 7-3 at Cody Banks Arena.

On Satur­day, how­ever, the Kens­ing­ton Moase Plumb­ing and Heat­ing Vipers out­gunned Fredericton 5-1 in Kens­ing­ton.

The games were part of three­game week­end card be­tween the Is­land and the New Brunswick ju­nior hockey leagues.

SUN­DAY Caps 4, Red Wings 3 (SO)

Devin Costello and Ryan Camp scored in the shootout to give the Caps a 4-3 win over the Wings in Abram-Vil­lage.

Aaron Mea­han, Alex Clark and Daw­son War­man scored in regulation time for the Caps.

Lo­gan Small­man (2) and Wil­lie Gaudet scored for the se­cond-place Red Wings, which fell to 11-5-2.

There was no scor­ing in the first pe­riod, and the teams were tied 1-1 af­ter 40 min­utes.

An­drew Mergl reg­is­tered the win over Bradley Shea.

Koy­otes 7, Met­ros 3

Kent scored three times in the first pe­riod and cruised to the vic­tory at Cody Banks Arena.

Jeremie Al­bert (1-1), Daniel Gal­lant and Abel Arse­nault scored in the de­ci­sive pe­riod, while Arse­nault, Bran­don Coulombe (2) and Mathieu Bour­gouin net­ted mark­ers dur­ing the next two pe­ri­ods.

Tan­ner Lund (2) and Gar­rett MacDiarmid replied for the Met­ros, while Tyson Blue chipped in two as­sists.

Kent led 3-1 af­ter the first pe­riod and 4-2 at the se­cond in­ter­mis­sion, and out­shot the Met­ros 41-23.

Sa­muel Query earned the win over Daniel Ni­chol­son.

SATUR­DAY Vipers 5, Caps 1

The Vipers spot­ted Fredericton a 1-0 lead be­fore storm­ing back with five unan­swered goals en route to the win in Kens­ing­ton.

Jor­dan May­hew (1-2), Camp­bell Gal­lant (1-1), Ryan Kelly, Spencer McAl­lis­ter and Nick Bouchey scored for the Vipers, which im­proved their league­lead­ing record to 15-4-1.

Tan­ner McGuigan and Jonathan Richards each added two as­sists.

Austin Dodd coun­tered for Fredericton.

The Vipers held pe­riod leads of 2-1 and 3-1.

Grant Grady recorded the goaltending win.

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