Tuesday, October 15, 2013

There Is A Game Tomorrow

The Rivalry Cup resumes tomorrow night at Harbour Station.

The Saint John Sea Dogs (5-5-0-1) host the Moncton Wildcats (5-8-0-0) on Wednesday at 7pm at Harbour Station. It is the first meeting between the two since the season opener way back on September 13th when the Dogs edged the ‘Cats, 5-3, at the Moncton Coliseum.

Saint John is coming off back-to-back loses this past weekend where they scored just one goal. So hopefully the Sea Dogs offense can get something going tomorrow.

The Sea Dogs play three home games this week. They also host the Quebec Remparts on Saturday night and the Chicoutimi Sagueneens on Sunday afternoon.

Some other stuff:
  • Saturday’s game against Quebec is ‘Pink in the Rink Night’ and Sunday’s game against Chicoutimi is ‘Mascot Night.’
  • Former Sea Dogs defenseman Steven Duda scored his first OHL goal on Monday in North Bay’s 5-4 shootout win over Niagara. Duda has a goal and three assists in 12 games with the Battalion.
  • Alex Grant currently leads the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals is scoring with three goals and an assist for four points in four games. Meanwhile, Kevin Gagne has three assists in four games with the Ads.

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