Islanders split weekend major midget matchups

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The Charlottetown Robin's Donuts Islanders split a two games on  home ice during the weekend in New Brunswick-P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League action, winning 6-5 over the Saint John Vitos on Saturday then losing 2-0 on Sunday against the Fredericton Caps.

On Sunday, Justin Lush and Joel Walker scored for Fredericton while Jack Grant made 25 saves for his second shutout of the season.

Saturday, three goals in the second period gave the Isles enough cushion to secure the win.

Alex Chapman, Cale Pierce (1-2) and Nick Trainor netted the goals in the second, while Jordon Birt scored in the first and Chapman and Kallum Muirhead (1-1) tallied in the third.

Cameron Crowell, Cole Theriault, Ian Smallwood (2) and Anderson MacDonald had the Vitos goals.

Noah Laybolt earned the win over Michael Parkhill.

Also Saturday, the Kensington Monaghan Farms Wild lost 6-2 to the Moncton Flyers 6-2 in Kensington.

Brodie MacArthur and Frank Fortin scored for the Wild. Cole Waugh (2), Chad Doiron, Felix LeBlanc, Brennan Laverty and Alex Elsliger had Moncton's scores.

Organizations: New Brunswick-P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League

Geographic location: Fredericton, Kensington, Moncton

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  • Len
    January 27, 2016 - 17:41

    I had a chance to see a few Islander games at the Icejam, I was there checking up on a hand full of 2000 born kids observed at last year's tournament. McWilliams, McGregor, Macaulay and Palmer. I must say the team shows much improvement since the Monctonian , but it's not enough. McWilliams and Palmer were disappointing to say the least, McWilliams struggled on D and was a liability on the ice, he was a better player last year. Palmer was lost and lacked confidence with the puck, not the player with the great hands I seen in previous games.On the positive , Macaulay is a good stay at home defenseman who sees the ice well, in the 3 games he had 2 assists and no goals against, but limited ice time in the third game. McGregor had a great tourney... A solid kid with great hands, he had some great chances around the net and had 3 points in the 3 games I watched. if he moved the puck more he would be a threat to any team. I could talk on other players, but was only there to follow up on flagged players. This team is the worst coached team ,by far, in the Maritimes . The undiscipline, long shifts and lack of coordinated play had onlookers scratching their heads. The +/- of the first line D is that of a bad pee wee team. My advice to the parents of the above mentioned players is to get released from this coaching staff as soon as possible. I wish the Islanders good luck in rest of the season, and please pass this on to the parents of the above