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COCAGNE, N.B. – Wayne Jones second goal of the night was the winner Saturday as the Kent Koyotes defeated the Arsenault Fish Mart Western Red Wings 4-3 in interlocking junior B hockey action at the Marina Arena.
Simon Henman had a goal and an assist while Maxime Saulnier rounded out the scoring for the host squad.
Alex Morrissey scored twice for the Red Wings while Chandler Wood had a goal and an assist. Silas Handrahan and Chasse Gallant each contributed a helper.
Alex Roussel made 29 saves for the victory while Bronson Banks stopped 18 shots in the loss.
Kent held a 2-1 lead after the first period, but the game was tied 2-2 heading to the third.
The Red Wings (5-3-0) host the Kensington Moase Plumbing and Heating Vipers (5-1-0) today at 2:15 p.m. in a battle for first place in the Island Junior Hockey League.