BATHURST, N.B. —
Two veterans and a rookie led the Kensington Monaghan Farms Wild to their first victory of the 2020-21 New Brunswick/P.E.I. Main Below-18 Hockey League on Sunday afternoon.
Crew captain Alex Graham scored a objective and added an help, third-year goaltender Josh Smith made 31 saves, and first-year ahead Bates Ling chipped in with two assists within the Wild’s 4-1 win over the Northern Moose on the Ok.C. Irving Regional Centre in Bathurst, N.B.
The win, which got here lower than 24 hours after a 6-5 shootout loss to the first-place Saint John Vitos (4-0-0), gave the Wild three of a attainable 4 factors over the weekend.
Crosby Andrews, Sam Bowness and Patrick Shea additionally scored for the Wild, who improved to 1-2-1 (won-lost-overtime losses). Carson MacKay had a single helper.
Olivier Nadeau spoiled Smith’s shutout bid at 16:20 of the third interval. Smith was busy and sharp within the first interval when he stopped all 17 pictures directed his manner.
Moose goaltender Samuel Ouellette confronted 41 pictures.
Every workforce was whistled for 5 minor penalties and one 10-minute misconduct.
Kensington will play two video games at MacLauchlan Area in Charlottetown this weekend as a part of a league showcase. The Wild will tackle the Moose on Saturday at 3 p.m., and can face the Fredericton Caps (2-1-0) on Sunday at 10 a.m.