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The top two teams in the Razzy’s P.E.I. Junior C Hockey League posted victories on Friday night.
The league-leading Georgetown IceDogs downed the Southside Lynx 5-2, and the second-place Tignish Aces rallied in the third period to edge the North River Flames 5-4.
IceDogs 5 Lynx 2
At the Three Rivers Sportsplex in Georgetown, Michael Gallant (2), Alex MacEachern (1-1), Keir Warren (1-1) and Cam White scored for the IceDogs, who improved to 13-3-0 (won-lost-overtime losses).
Caelan Campbell and Nic Farrar countered for the Lynx (1-11-0), who host the Flames (7-4-1) in Crapaud on Saturday at 7:50 p.m.
Georgetown held period leads of 1-0 and 2-1.
Brandon Barrett made 26 saves in recording the goaltending win. Lynx goaltender Zachery DesRoches stopped 44 of the 48 shots he faced.
Aces 5 Flames 4
At the Tignish Credit Union Arena, Brayden Handrahan (1-2), Tristan Cahill (1-1), Lexin Gaudet (1-1), Dawson Sellick (1-1) and James Doyle found the back of the net for the Aces (11-5-0).
Ean Killam, Kyler Weeks and Patrick Wyand answered for the Flames.
There was no scoring in the first period, and the Flames took a 3-1 lead into the final 20 minutes.
Cole Gallant earned the goaltending win with a 29-save performance. Ryan Clory was tested 36 times in the North River goal.