Sea Dogs beat Islanders 2-1

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Nathan Noel scored two first period goals to lead the Saint John Sea Dogs to a 2-1 victory Sunday over the Charlottetown Islanders.

The win improves Saint John 18-37-1-3 while Charlottetown falls to 18-36-1-4. The Sea Dogs are now one point back of the Islanders for one of the final playoff spots in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

Daniel Sprong from Alexandre Goulet and Troy Vance accounted for the Islanders goal.

David Weckworth, Jason Cameron, Spencer Smallman and Jurij Repe had assists for Saint John.

Antoine Landry made 37 saves in the win while Eric Brassard stopped 15 shots in the loss.

The Islanders host the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles Wednesday at 7 p.m. before hitting the road for games with Moncton Friday and Acadie-Bathurst on Saturday.

Organizations: Islanders, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Geographic location: Charlottetown, Saint John, Moncton

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  • Lower sound volume please!!!!
    February 24, 2014 - 15:24

    Recent Islander games are unbearable to attend due to the very,very high volume level of their PA system! Your ears will ring for hours after the game; and it is impossible to hear and talk to the person next to you. I have voiced my concern to the Islander administration; but to date, no improvement. I know several of my friends who refuse to attend these games due to the high volume of their PA system. I will join them for sure next season; if the volume level of their PA system is reduced!

    • Lower sound volume, please!!!!
      February 24, 2014 - 22:00

      My above statement should have ended with the words NOT reduced!!