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Kensington Wild off to 0-2 start at CCM Challenge midget AAA hockey tournament in Quebec

Forward Dixon MacLeod scored two goals to lead the Kensington Wild to a 5-3 victory over the Halifax Macs in the final round-robin game of the 2019 Atlantic major midget hockey championship tournament in Charlottetown on Saturday afternoon. The same two teams will meet in Sunday's championship game at MacLauchlan Arena on the UPEI campus at 1 p.m.
Kensington Wild forward and assistant captain Dixon MacLeod. - Jason Simmonds

The Kensington Monaghan Farms Wild is 0-2 (won-lost) at the 2019 CCM Challenge midget AAA hockey tournament in Chicoutimi, Que.
After dropping a 6-0 decision to the Trois-Riviéres Estacades on Wednesday, the Wild fell 5-2 to Laval-Montreal on Thursday afternoon. Kensington will conclude round-robin play against Lac-St-Louis on Friday.
After being outshot 50-22 against Trois-Riviéres, it was a similar story versus Laval-Montreal, which held an overall shots-on-goal advantage of 46-11. That included period cushions of 13-4, 19-1 and 14-6.
Laval-Montreal led 1-0 after the first period and extended that to 3-0 after two. The Wild answered back with two goals off the sticks of veteran forwards Dixon MacLeod and Landon Clow to make it a 3-2 game at 11:45 of the third period, but Laval-Montreal scored two late goals to put the game out of reach.
MacLeod’s goal was unassisted and Sam MacNeill assisted on Clow’s tally.
Jonah Arbing turned in a 41-save effort in goal for the Wild, members of the New Brunswick/P.E.I. Major Midget Hockey League.
MacLeod was named the Wild’s player of the game.

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