Doug Pippy made 46 saves as the SS Puglesevich Breakers picked up a road win over the SJ Toyota Capitals Sunday night at RBA. Mike Vaters picked up his second hat trick of the season while Dylan Sheldon added a pair for the Breakers. Jeremy Barron, Jeff Macroberts and Shane Sullivan replied for the Caps. Kyle Downer was in net for the Caps and stopped 27 of 32 shots. [2014-11-24 06:37:56]
Northeast win third in a row
The Eagles won their third straight Friday at JBA with a 6-4 win over visiting SS Puglesevich Breakers. The line of Kevin Reid, Mason Reid and Chris Mooney kept up their scoring frenzy, registering a combined 12 points in the win. Mason (1g, 4A), Mooney (1g, 3a) and Kevin (2g, 1a) were aided in the scoring by Scott Marshall and Chris Ryan. The SS scorers were Nate Morry, Shane Boland and Scott McCarthy with a pair. Jeremy Nicholas added three assists. After being down 3-0 the SS battled back to tie the game at 4 early in the third. A penalty to Damien Ryan of the shore led to NE capitalizing on the PP to retake the lead with about 12 mins left in the third. A late goal by Mason Reid sealed the win for the Eagles. Mark Yetman takes the win with 25 saves while Doug Pippy takes the loss with 34 saves. [2014-11-22 11:16:45]
NorthEast look to continue win streak
After a couple of impressive wins last weekend over the Caps and Breakers, the Eagles look to up their win streak to three in a row as they play host to the Puglesevich Breakers Friday night at the Jack Byrne Arena. The Breakers will look to rebound after getting beat 8-2 by NE and narrowly escaping with 8-7 OT win over Bell Island last weekend. Game time is 8PM. [2014-11-21 08:34:51]
Sunday Results - Bell Island earn first point, NE win second in a row
Bell Island, down 7-3 at one point in the game, battled back with four unanswered goals in the third period to force OT and earn their first point of the season. Tyler Adams knotted the score at 7 with the goalie pulled at the 19:15 mark of the third. A penalty to Brandon Barry at the end of regulation led to the Breakers starting OT on the PP and Scott McCarthy wasted little time in knotching his third of the night just 37 seconds into OT, allowing the Breakers to salvage the win.
Over at the Rogers Bussey Arena, NorthEast pulled out a 5-3 victory over the Capitals and move into sole possession of first place. Mason Reid and Chris Mooney both with a pair for the Eagles, while Kenny Mahoney had two for the Capitals.
Three games on tap for next weekend. Friday the Puglisevich Breakers are back at the Eagles looking to rebound from last weeks thumping. Saturday the Toyota Capitals head across the tickle to meet the Wolf Construction Blues while Sunday sees the Caps and Breakers battle it out at Rogers Bussey Arena. [2014-11-17 09:40:27]
The SS Puglisevich Breakers will look to rebound from an 8-2 defeat at the hands of the NE Eagles as they play host to the Bell Island Wolf Construction Blues Sunday night at the SS Shore Arena. Game time is 7:00PM.
Meanwhile, the Eagles will look to build off their Friday night win as they travel to Rogers Bussey to face the St. John's Toyota Caps. If the first two meetings between these two teams is any indication, this game should be a tight affair. Game time is 7:30PM. [2014-11-15 11:55:12]
20 Questions with Kyle Doucet
#73 RW |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Date of Birth:
TV shows you never miss:
Sportscenter and Dexter
Ribs or Lamb
Item you can't live without:
Cell Phone.. and more specifically iphone
Who would you like to trade places with for a day:
Tiger Woods, and not for the girls.
What talent would you like to have:
Be able to play the guitar.
Value you look for in others:
Your best trait:
Go to sleep too late.
Favourite athlete in another sport:
Best friends in hockey:
A slow defensemen.. On the opposite team.
Favourite hockey team as a kid:
Three favourite movies:
Wedding Crashers, The Shawshank Redemption, Old School
Dream celebrity date:
Rachel McAdams. Keepin it Canadian.
What's new on your iPod:
Neil Young.. old are heart.
Stick taped to perfection. With lots of wax.
Favourite hockey city to visit:
Montreal , but I am not a Canadians fan.
Favourite holiday destination:
Last year I was in the Alps Skiing, I would have to say that again.
If you weren't a hockey player, what would you be?: