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Charlottetown completes round-robin play Friday evening
The Charlottetown Bulk Carriers Pride and Prince County Warriors posted victories at the 2019 Chronicle Herald East Coast Ice Jam tournament in Bedford, N.S., on Friday morning.
The Pride improved to 2-0-0 (won-lost-tied) with a 4-0 victory over the Cape Breton Unionized Tradesmen. Charlottetown will conclude round-robin play against the Western Kings (2-0-0) on Friday at 5:30 p.m.
In major bantam play, the Prince County Warriors defeated the Kennebecasis Valley Kings 5-2 on Friday morning to complete the round robin 1-2-0.
P.E.I.’s three other entries – Central Attack (1-1-0), Mid-Isle Matrix (0-2-0) and Eastern Express (0-2-0) – close out the round robin later Friday.
Pride 4 Tradesmen 0
The Pride built period leads of 1-0 and 2-0 while receiving shutout goaltending from Jonah Arbing.
Max Chisholm (1-1), Bradley Campbell (1-1), Seth Morris and Alex Graham found the back of the net for the Pride. Arbing, Nigel Morris, Cameron MacLean, Nick Reeves and Reid Vos added helpers.
Warriors 5 Kings 2
Clark Allain (1-1), Carson MacArthur (1-1), Rankin Noye, Mason MacRae and Edmund Perry scored for the Warriors. Noah Phillips (2), Cody McCormack and Patrick Shea assisted.
After a scoreless opening frame, the Warriors took a 3-2 lead into the third period.
Winning goaltender was Kiefer Thompson.