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Four-point weekend for Tignish Aces' junior C hockey team

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SLEMON PARK, P.E.I. —

It was a four-point weekend for the Tignish Perry’s Construction Aces in the Razzy’s P.E.I. Junior C Hockey League.

The Aces defeated the North River Flames 6-2 on Friday night and the Summerside Cover-All Construction Crunch 9-0 on Saturday.
In other league action, the Georgetown IceDogs downed the Crunch 6-1 on Friday and the Flames topped the Sherwood-Parkdale Metros 4-1 on Saturday.

Aces 9 Crunch 0
At The Plex in Slemon Park, Will Tuplin (3-1), Dawson Sellick (3-1), Brayden Handrahan (1-2), Oliver Smallman (1-1) and Brandon Forsythe scored for the league-leading Aces, who improved to 17-1-1 (won-lost-overtime losses). Jacob Hogan and Keaton Horne each added a pair of helpers.
The Aces built period leads of 2-0 and 6-0.
Colin Gaudette registered a 38-save shutout for the Aces.

Aces 6 Flames 2
At the Tignish Credit Union Arena, Devon Sherren (1-1), Nathan Paynter (1-1), Tuplin, Forsythe, James Doyle and Tyson Beckingham scored for the Aces. Thomas Shea had two assists.
Tanner Hood (1-1) and Zac MacKay answered for the Flames (11-5-0), who received two helpers from Daniel Collister.
The Aces held period leads of 3-2 and 5-2.
Winning goaltender McGuire Gallant made 25 saves.

Flames 4 Metros 1
At the APM Centre in Cornwall, MacKay (1-1), Connor Andrews, Chandler LaPorte and Daniel Godfrey dented the twine for North River.
Nick Brown responded for the Metros (5-11-0).
The teams were tied 1-1 after the first period and the Flames took a 3-1 cushion into the second intermission.
Jean-Luc Duguay made 28 saves for the Flames.

IceDogs 6 Crunch 1
At The Plex, Daniel Martell (3-2), Dawson McCarthy (2-1) and Cooper Church found the back of the net for Georgetown (5-11-0). Colton Morris added two helpers.
Aaron Feehan netted the lone tally for the Crunch (3-12-0).
The first period ended in a 1-1 draw and Georgetown opened up a 4-1 advantage at the end of 40 minutes.
Brandon Barrett stopped 34 of 35 shots in earning the win.

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