The Saint John Sea Dogs prospect scored 52 seconds into overtime to give the Vito’s a 2-1 win over the Steele Subaru Major Midgets of Dartmouth in the 2016 Atlantic Major Midget Hockey Championship game.
— Megan Palmer (@meganpalmerxox) April 3, 2016
There was plenty of drama in the match with the Vito’s tying it at 1-1 with just 10 seconds left in regulation time.
Along with Reid, the Vito’s also feature Sea Dogs prospects Ian Smallwood, Alex Lafreniere, Will Kelly and Kyle Anderson. Anderson MacDonald, a top prospect for this year’s QMJHL Entry Draft, is also on the team.
Along with the Atlantic championship, several Vito’s won individual awards.
Presenting 2016 Individual Award Winners @2016Atlantics @HkyNL @TelySports @TownofCBS @NTVNewsNL pic.twitter.com/zYrXekdG7T— Midget Atlantics (@2016Atlantics) April 3, 2016
The Vito’s host the Telus Cup, the national major midget championship, April 18-24 at the qplex.
In other news…
- St. Thomas University announced today that they have cut their men's hockey team due to financial issues. Former Sea Dogs Spencer MacDonald, Jordan Moore and Jason Cameron played for the Tommies last season.
- There wasn’t a single fight in the Sea Dogs-Titan first round series.
- Jonathan Huberdeau, Gerard Gallant, Mike Kelly and the Florida Panthers clinched a playoff spot on Sunday.
- Stephen MacAulay was named the Saint Mary’s Huskies male athlete of the year last week.
Photo via Aaron Kennedy