U-SPORTS announced the roster of its’ 2017 Men’s Hockey All-Star Team and Morell’s Stephen Anderson is the only Islander on the list. The 5’11” forward plays for UNB and will lace up for the upcoming two-game series against Canada’s National Junior Team prospects December 13th and 14th in St. Catherine’s, Ontario. It will mark the third straight year Canada’s National Junior Team Prospects have faced off against the U SPORTS Men’s Hockey All-Stars.
Canada’s National Sledge Team stayed unbeaten at the 2017 World Sledge Hockey Challenge with a 9-3 win over Korea Monday night at MacLauchlan Arena. Canada out shot the Koreans 32-10 in the victory, which sets up a first-place showdown against the United States in the preliminary-round finale on Wednesday night. The U.S. glided to a 10-0 routing of Italy.
The Metros blanked the visiting Eagles 4 – 0 at Cody Banks Monday night in PEI Jr. C action.
Scott Laughton scored twice and Brian Elliott made 43 saves as the Philadelphia Flyers snapped a 10-game losing skid with a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames.
Kevin Koe improved to 4-and-0 at the Roar of the Rings Olympic curling trials with a 7-6 victory over Brendan Bottcher. In the other men’s night draw, Brad Jacobs scored three in the third end en route to a 7-4 win over Brad Gushue.
The Holland College Hurricanes volleyball teams were perfect over the weekend against the UNBSJ Seawolves with the women picking up a four set win on Saturday and the men winning in five sets on Saturday and three sets on Sunday.
It’s a quiet day at the World Sledge Hockey Challenge in Charlottetown. Play resumes Wednesday with the finales in preliminary round play. Canada will take their 2 – 0 record into the 7 p.m. game against the undefeated U.S.
PEI Midget Triple A action has Kings County visiting Mid-Isle in Cornwall at 7:40
The Mid-Isle Bantam Triple A team, meanwhile, is home in Kensington tonight at 7:30 hosting Eastern. The Matrix will be collecting toys or cash donations instead of admission to tonight’s game in support of the Ocean 100 Toys for Tots.
Carey Price and the Montreal Canadiens take their five-game winning streak into tonight’s home game against the St. Louis Blues. The Canadiens goaltender is a perfect 5-and-0 since returning from a lower-body injury that kept him out of the lineup for 10 games.
The Western Conference-leading Winnipeg Jets begin a three-game road trip tonight in Detroit against the Red Wings. Elsewhere, the Carolina Hurricanes visit Vancouver. The Canucks have won two straight.
The Summerside Western Capitals have announced the date of a make-up game that was postponed from early November because of preparations at Credit Union Place for the Home Hardware Road to the Roar curling event. the Caps will host the Yarmouth Mariners on Sunday, Jan. 14, with the opening face-off set for 4 p.m.
Applications are now being accepted to host the 2018 Minor Hockey Provincial Championships. The deadline for applications is January 10, 2018. For more information, please contact the Hockey PEI office at 902.368.4334 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Toronto Raptors look to extend their winning streak to four games tonight when they host the Phoenix Suns to conclude a three-game home-stand. Toronto is 8-and-1 this season at Air Canada Centre.