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Icepak split weekend series at home against Osprey in major midget hockey

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Icepak heading to Corner Brook this weekend to face the Western Kings; play host to Kings and St. John’s Maple Leafs later in December

LEWISPORTE, NL — The Central Major Midget Icepak, based in Lewisporte, split their two-game weekend series at home on the weekend.

Team captain Jacob Evans scored just 14 seconds in as the visiting Tri-Pen Osprey defeated the IcePak 4-3 Sunday.
The Icepak won 4-1 on Saturday at the Lewisporte Arena. However, the IcePak prevailed in terms of points — 4-2 — because of the OT result.
Meanwhile at Goulds Arena, the league-leading Western Kings edged the East Coast Blizzard 2-1 Sunday after posting a 6-4 victory Saturday.
Western’s domination thus far— the team has won 21 of its 22 outings — is such that even though the league’s regular-season schedule goes until February, the Kings can still clinch first place well before Christmas.
The second-place St. John’s Maple Leafs had the weekend off as the league resumed play after a break to allow teams to travel to the Monctonian tournament.


Saturday, Nov. 25

Tri Pen Osprey vs Central Ice Pak

Scoring for the Icepak: Mackenzie Lewis, Joseph Toope (x 2) and Douglas Hennessey. Philip Pardy assisted on three of the four goals.

Jack Cameron was in the net and saved 22 shots on goal.

Scoring for the Osprey: David Hibbs

Sunday, Nov. 26

Tri Pen Osprey vs Central Ice Pak

Scoring for the Osprey: Josh Neil, David Hibbs, Jeffrey Fewer, Liam Best.

Scoring for the Icepak: Jeffrey Fewer (x2), Stephen Baldwin (also assisted on the two goals by Fewer along with Evan Bennett)


The Icepak will travel to Corner Brook for two games against the Western Kings on Dec. 2-3.

On the weekend of Dec. 9-10 the Icepak play host to the St. John’s Maple Leafs. The Dec. 9 game gets underway at 8 p.m. on Saturday, while the Dec. 10 game will begin 12 p.m. on Sunday.

Then on Dec. 16-17 the Icepak will host the Kings.

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