Saint John Sea Dogs vs Halifax Mooseheads
Tonight at 7:00pm
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Halifax Metro Centre – Halifax, NS
HALIFAX – After suffering a 4-3 loss to the Halifax Mooseheads last night, the Saint John Sea Dogs will be looking for redemption tonight. The Sea Dogs and Mooseheads meet again this evening, this time at the Halifax Metro Centre. Puck drop is scheduled for 7pm.
Brent Andrews scored the winner on a shorthanded breaker at 14:06 of the third period, giving Halifax a late 4-3 advantage. That’s the way it would end. The Sea Dogs never trailed in the game until Andrews netted the deciding goal.
Jurij Repe gave Saint John a 1-0 lead in the first. Jonathan Drouin tied it early in the second and then Jonathan Huberdeau put the Dogs back in front at 5:51, scoring a strange goal from the corner. Martin Frk tied things back up late in the frame, blasting the puck past everyone and in. Halifax outshot Saint John 20-7 in the second.
In the third, Olivier Leblanc scored his first Quebec Major Junior Hockey League goal at 2:34, putting Saint John back in front. Andrew Ryan would tie it again a couple minutes later, allowing Andrews to score the winner later on.
Halifax outshot Saint John 47-34 overall. Goaltender Sebastien Auger made 43 saves in another solid performance. Chris Clarke got his first win of the season in the Mooseheads net, making 31 stops.
The Mooseheads are now 5-1-0-0 on the year and are in sole possession of first place in the Telus Maritimes Division. They’ve won three straight and have outscored opponents 26-17.
The Sea Dogs sit second in the Maritimes with a 4-2-0-0 record. They saw their four-game winning streak come to an end last night. The Dogs have outscored opponents 19-13. Saint John is 2-0 on the road so far this year.
|Record||5-1-0-0 (1st Maritimes)||4-2-0-0 (2nd Maritimes)|
|Goals For/Game||4.26 (4th)||3.14 (9th)|
|Goals Against/Game||2.78 (5th)||2.15 (3rd)|
|Shots For/Game||40.79 (1st)||30.86 (7th)|
|Shots Against/Game||25.39 (4th)||34.33 (15th)|
|Overall PP||13.8% (14th)||17.5% (7th)|
|Home PP||7.1% (17th)||28.0% (6th)|
|Road PP||20.0% (6th)||0.00% (17th)|
|Overall PK||88.9% (4th)||83.9% (10th)|
|Home PK||85.7% (9th)||72.2% (18th)|
|Road PK||92.3% (3rd)||100% (1st)|
|Alex Fournier||0-0-0-0||- - -||- - -|
As stated above, the Sea Dogs and Mooseheads played last night at Harbour Station with Halifax winning 4-3.
Before last night’s game…
The Sea Dogs recorded a 5-1 victory over the Moncton Wildcats last Sunday. Jonathan Huberdeau, Jason Cameron, Ryan Tesink, Oliver Cooper, and Stephen Anderson scored for Saint John. Devon Oliver-Dares had two assists. Sebastien Auger made 42 saves in the win.
The Mooseheads defeated the Acadie-Bathurst Titan 6-2 on Tuesday at the Metro Centre. Ryan Falkenham, Dominic Beauchemin, Randy Gazzola, Jonathan Drouin, Stefan Fournier, and Martin Frk scored for Halifax. Zach Fucale made 28 saves for the win.
The Mooseheads are 1-0-0-0 against the Sea Dogs this season while Saint John is 0-1-0-0 against Halifax.
The Sea Dogs went 7-1-0-0 against the Mooseheads last season while Halifax went 1-7-0-0 against Saint John.
People want to see Jonathan Huberdeau. This is posted on the Mooseheads website:
- The Toronto Raptors held an open practice at the Halifax Metro Centre this morning/afternoon. Busy day at the HMC. What will the ice be like?
- Once again tonight there are eight games in the QMJHL but the Sea Dogs-Mooseheads matchup will be the only one held in the Maritimes.
- Jonathan Huberdeau has scored a goal in five straight games.
- Olivier Leblanc is 10th in rookie scoring and 10th overall in scoring by a defenseman.
OUT OF TOWN
Moncton at Baie-Comeau - 4:00 PM EDT
Acadie-Bathurst at Chicoutimi - 4:00 PM EDT
P.E.I. at Shawinigan - 4:00 PM EDT
Victoriaville at Drummondville - 7:00 PM EDT
Blainville-Boisbriand at Gatineau - 7:00 PM EDT
Rimouski at Quebec - 7:00 PM EDT
Cape Breton at Val-d'Or - 7:00 PM EDT
The Sea Dogs travel to Charlottetown to take on the PEI Rocket on Wednesday at 7pm.