Published on October 13, 2013
Charlottetown Islanders defenceman Kevin Laliberté and Saint John Sea Dogs forward Lukas Walter battle for the puck during QMJHL action Sunday in Saint John, N.B.
Published on September 30, 2013
Position - Goaltender.
Age - 18 (born 05-05-95).
Height - 6'1".
Weight - 180 pounds
Hometown - Montreal, Que.
Jersey Number - 32.
2012-13 Team - Gatineau Olympiques.
Pre-game - Pasta.
When I'm not playing hockey I like to... "play tennis."
Charlottetown picks up 4-1 win in Saint John
The Charlottetown Islanders are back in the win column.
Kameron Kielly and Kevin Laliberté each had two assists as the Islanders defeated the Saint John Sea Dogs 4-1 Sunday in the Port City in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action. The win comes two days after losing 3-2 at home to Cape Breton.
Captain Jack Nevins scored the winner Sunday with four minutes to play in the second period. Rookies Daniel Sprong and Alexandre Goulet scored their sixth and fifth goals of the season, respectively, to pace the Islanders.
Yan-Pavel Laplante scored into the empty net with 34 seconds to go to ice the game.
Ryan Graves, Guillaume Rioux-Legault and Matt Bursey, a Saint John native, also had assists.
Olivier LeBlanc scored unassisted for the home side’s lone goal.
Eric Brassard, who was named the game’s top star, stopped 38 shots for the win while Sebastien Auger made 35 saves in the loss.
Sprong and LeBlanc were the second and third stars, respectively.
Charlottetown was 0-for-5 on the power play while Saint John was 1-for-6.
The Islanders improve to 8-2-0-1 while the Sea Dogs fall to 5-5-0-1.
Charlottetown is back in action Thursday when it hosts the Val-d’Or Foreurs at 7 p.m. at Eastlink Centre.