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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - The Central Attack went 2-0 on home ice versus New Brunswick squads in bantam AAA interlocking hockey last weekend.
Central beat the Dieppe Flyers 6-4 on Sunday after downing the Kennebacasis Valley Kings 5-2 on Saturday.
In Sunday’s other game, the Prince County Warriors got past the Kings 4-3 in O’Leary.
Also on Saturday, Dieppe thumped the Eastern Express 14-2 in Montague while the Moncton Hawks plastered the Warriors 13-1.
Attack 6, Flyers 4
Colby Huggan scored twice, added an assist and paced the Attack to the victory at Simmons Arena.
Keegan Callaghan (1-2), Cam Squires (1-1), Kal White (1-1) and Chris Koughan had the other Central scores. Landon MacDonald (3) and Brett Arsenault (2) chipped in multi-assist games.
Noah Matulu led Dieppe with two goals.
Shannon MacDonald earned the goaltending win over Olivier Dallaire.
Warriors 4, Kings 3
In O’Leary, Rankin Noye scored twice in the second period and Carter Arsenault (1-1) added a single in a three-goal frame that propelled the Warriors to the win.
Carter Arsenault netted the other Warriors goal. Noye added an assist on the marker.
Irvin Crews’ two goal led the Kings scoring roll.
Keifer Thompson tallied the win between the pipes over Cam Baird.
Attack 5, Kings 2
at MacLauchlan Arena, Cam Squires, Bates Ling and Jamie Collins tallied in a thee-goal third period and salted away the game.
Ling and Squires also scored in the second frame. Squires and Isaac Vos each chipped in two assists.
Derrien Crawford and Ben Alchorn had the Kings goals.
Jack Howatt got the win in nets.
Hawks 13, Warriors 1
Moncton led 5-0 after two periods then plowed eight more goals past the beleaguered Warriors goaltending in the third frame for the double-digit win.
Marshall Snider (5) and Justin Gendron (4) accounted for nine of Moncton’s goals.
Clark Allain’s score in the third kept Moncton netminder Samuel LeBlanc from earning the shutout.
Flyers 14, Express 2
Four, six and four goals in the first, second and third periods, respectively, proved the winning formula for the Flyers.
Samuel Savoie (3-2), Noah Matula (2-3) and Cedric Gallant Cormier paced the Flyers attack.
Ross Campbell and Caleb MacDonald netted the Express markers.
Nathan Bailey suffered the loss in the Express net. Guillaume Basque tallied the win.