Regular season champion Southern Shore Pugliesvich Breakers will take on Tappers Northeast Eagles in a Best of Seven series to determine the 2014/2015 AESHL Championship. Both teams won their semi final series with 3-0 sweeps - Southern Shore beat the Bell Island Wolf Construction Blues and Northeast knocked off the defending champions St. John's Toyota Caps with a double OT win in Game 3 of their series.
Game 1 is scheduled for Sunday, March 8th at the Southern Shore Arena in Mobile. [2015-03-01 12:13:31]
AESHL Launches New Ticketing Option
The Avalon East Senior Hockey League is excited to announce a new option for fans wanting to purchase game tickets for each of its member club's home games. Effective immediately, fans can buy admission tickets at any participating North Atlantic Petroleum Orangestores in the Metro St. John's area for any regular season AESHL game.
Southern Shore, NorthEast take strangle hold on series.
Both the Southern Shore Breakers and NorthEast Eagles took two games each as the East League playoffs opened up. Friday night at the SS Arena, the Bell Island team were primed to upset the regular season champion Breakers holding a 3-2 lead with less than 3 minutes to play. Dylan Sheldon would knot the score at 3 with 2:01 remaining and then Manasie Kendall scored 19 seconds later to put the Breakers in front. Steve Oates added the empty netter. Mike Chafe and Scott Mccarthy also scored. Evan Giles was superb in net stopping 52 of 56 shots. Bell Island had all their goals on the PP with Garrett Murphy scoring two and Brandon Burry with the single. At the Jack Byrne Arena, NorthEast won 4 to 1 over the 3 time defending champs to take a 1 - 0 series lead. Saturday night on Bell Island, the Breakers scored early and came out with a 6-0 victory to take a two games to none lead in the best of 5 affair. Riley Ricks with a pair, Andrew Gale, Andrew Marshall, Jerm Nicholas and Nate Morrey supplied the offence. Doug Pippy gets the shutout. On Sunday at Rogers Bussey Arena, the home team Caps filled the penalty box leading to several power plays for the NorthEast Eagles. The Eagles capiltalized and built a 5 -1 lead before the Caps scored a couple late to make it 5 - 3. Bryan Clarke, Mason Reid and Dan Caddigan all had PP goals for the Eagles. The Eagles now lead this series two games to zero and will look to close it out at home this Friday night at the Jack Byrne arena, game time 8PM. Bell Island will look to remain alive when they travel to SS this Friday for the 7:40 game in Mobile. [2015-02-23 08:10:44]
Playoffs Set to Begin
The Avalon East Playoffs are set to open this Friday night with a pair of games on tap. At 7:40PM, the Wolf Construction Blues head to SS Arena in Mobile to open the best 3 out of 5 first round series. While at 8PM, the NorthEast Eagles play host to the visiting St. John's Capitals at the Jack Byrne Arena. Saturday sees Southern Shore Pugliesevich Breakers make the trek across the tickle for game 2 of the series for a 7PM start. On Sunday, the Toyota Capitals host the Eagles at Rogers Bussey in game two of their series. Game time is 7:30PM. [2015-02-16 07:33:15]
Breakers Win Streak Ends at 8 - SJ Thump Breakers
Moments after finding out Bell Island had upset NE which gave first place to the SS Breakers, they were tasked with playing a meaningless game against the Caps. SS decided to go through the motions and got a good old fashioned thumping from the Caps who were ready from the get go. The final was 9-4 and could have been worse if not for a few late penalties from the Caps. Jacob Pitcher was outstanding from the opening faceoff and had a 5 pt effort. Paul Roebothan had his first career hattrick. Mike King, Jon Caul and Jacob Lewis had the singles. Scott Bray picked up the win. Mike Vaters with a pair, Andrew Marshall, and Daniel Dalton with the singles. Ben Goss suffers the loss. [2015-02-10 15:10:47]
20 Questions with Kyle Doucet
#73 RW |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Date of Birth:
TV shows you never miss:
Sportscenter and Dexter
Ribs or Lamb
Item you can't live without:
Cell Phone.. and more specifically iphone
Who would you like to trade places with for a day:
Tiger Woods, and not for the girls.
What talent would you like to have:
Be able to play the guitar.
Value you look for in others:
Your best trait:
Go to sleep too late.
Favourite athlete in another sport:
Best friends in hockey:
A slow defensemen.. On the opposite team.
Favourite hockey team as a kid:
Three favourite movies:
Wedding Crashers, The Shawshank Redemption, Old School
Dream celebrity date:
Rachel McAdams. Keepin it Canadian.
What's new on your iPod:
Neil Young.. old are heart.
Stick taped to perfection. With lots of wax.
Favourite hockey city to visit:
Montreal , but I am not a Canadians fan.
Favourite holiday destination:
Last year I was in the Alps Skiing, I would have to say that again.
If you weren't a hockey player, what would you be?: