Islanders edge Titan in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action

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Right winger Robert Pelletier drives the puck towards the net of the visiting Acadie-Bathurst Titan during Quebec Major Junior hockey action Tuesday in Charlottetown at the Eastlink Centre.

The Charlottetown Islanders moved past the Acadie-Bathurst Titan in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League standings Tuesday night.

The Islanders defeated the Titan 3-1 to improve to 20-36-2-5, good enough for 47 points. The Titan fell to 20-38-4-2 and has 46 points.

Before 2,126 fans at Eastlink Centre, Daniel Sprong, Spenser Cobbold and Kameron Kielly, with an empty-net goal in the game’s final minute, scored for the Islanders.

Christophe Boivin netted the lone goal for Acadie-Bathurst, which led 1-0 after the first period and trailed 2-1 following 40 minutes.

Winning goaltender was Mason McDonald, and Jacob Brennan took the loss.

The Islanders visit Halifax on Thursday.



Organizations: Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, Eastlink Centre

Geographic location: Quebec, Halifax

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  • Noisy Win!
    March 04, 2014 - 21:26

    A good win by the Islanders; but I cannot understand why the Islander management has the volume so loud! For some reason; the Islander management recently has turned up the volume to a level that is painful!! I enjoyed the game tonight; but like others around me, complained about the volume. I have already complained to Trent Birt about the volume; but I think that it is louder now than ever! I have told Trent Birt that I WILL not be buying my 2014 season tickets; if the volume of the sound system is not turned down to a bearable level for the next three games!!!! If you want your ears to ring for hours afterwards; just attend an Islander game!!!

    • Jackofalltrades
      March 05, 2014 - 05:29

      I think the volume differs as you go around the rink. I have sat in a few different seats and have that it is louder in the middle sections of the rink (ie section 7, 8 etc) and it's not so loud in the corner sections, which I find is more to my liking.