Tack two more losses on to the Charlottetown Robin's Donuts Islanders record after weekend defeats in New Brunswick-P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League action.
The Isles fell to 0-22-0-2 in the six-team circuit. One of those losses was to the host Kensington Monaghan Farms Wild (14-6-0-1), which maintained its second-place spot.
On Sunday in Charlottetown, the Miramichi Rivermen scored twice in the third period and stole a 4-3 road win over the Isles at MacLauchlan Arena.
Roch Theriault and Walker Campbell (his with 15 seconds left in the game) did the damage in the third for Miramichi. Theriault and Danik Bosse (1-1) had the other Rivermen scores.
Brodie MacMillan, Cale Pierce (1-1) and Gage MacWilliams (1-2) netted the Islanders scores.
The game was tied 1-1 after the first period and 2-2 at the second intermission. The Rivermen outshot Charlottetown 37-29 and went 1-for-2 on the power play.
Charlottetown had one goal in four chances with the extra man.
Daniel Moody earned the win over Noah Laybolt.
Saturday in Kensington, the Wild scored four times in the second period and cruised to a 6-1 won over the Isles.
Frank Fortin (2-1) scored twice in the decisive frame while Brendan Shea and Kyle Pinksen netted the other Wild goals.
Lucas Beaulieu (1-1) and Isaac Knox added first and third period goals, respectively, and Clark Webster, T.J. Shea and Brodie MacArthur each chipped in two assists.
Kensington outshot Charlottetown 45-22, including 19-8 in the second frame, and went 1-for-6 on the power play.
Charlottetown's goal by Kallum Muirhead was a power-play score. MacMillan and Connor McGregor each drew an assist.
Luke Oliver had the win over the Isles' Cam Duffy.
Sunday's game between the Fredericton Caps and the Wild was cancelled due to wind conditions that shut down travel for high-sided vehicles across the Confederation Bridge.