The Charlottetown Islanders remain hot winning 16 of their last 20.
The Islaners used a third period goal from Daniel Hardie to edge the Maritime leading Wild Cats, 4-3 in Moncton.
The third straight loss for the Wild Cats.
Hardie connected on his 19th. Lukas Cormier, Kevin Gursey and Keith Keith Getson also scored for the Isles.
The Islanders tied for second with Halifax with 41 points.
Moncton is just three points ahead with 44.
The Mooseheads drilled Saint John, 10-2. Samuel Asselin scored twice.
Cape Breton used a three goal 3rd period to get by Acadie-Bathurst, 4-2. Noah Dobson with his 9th of the seasn for the Titan.
Connor McDavid scored and set up three other goals as Edmonton stopped Minnesota, 7-2 in the NHL.
Jake Allen with a 26 save effort as St. Louis blanked Winnipeg, 1-0.
Dallas got by San Jose, 3-2.
Carolina scored three in the 3rd to beat Anaheim, 4-1.
Kieran Gallant scored on a power play just three minutes into the 3rd as the Kensington Wild trimmed the Charlottetown Pride, 2-1 in Major Midget.
The Wild tied for first with Moncton with 33 points.
The Central Attack over the Prince County Warriors, 7-2 in PEI Bantam AAA.
Mid Isle doubled Pownal, 4-2 in PEI Midget AAA
South Side over Summerside, 6-4 in Island Jr. C
The Toronto Raptors lost 16-105 in overtime to the Nets in Brooklyn in the NBA.
Kawhi Leonard with 32 points for the Raptors, now 21-6.
Cape Breton visits the Island Storm in NBL basketball at 7.00 at the Eastlink Centre.
The Storm is 2-1.
The Campbellton Tigers visit the Summerside Western Capitals at 7.00 in Maritime Jr. Hockey.
Saint John Vitos at the Kensington Wild at 7.30 in NB-PEI Major Midget. The Wild is tied for first with Moncton with 33 points.
Moncton visits Mid Isle at 7.30 tonight at the APM Centre in Midget AAA.
Mid Island at the Central Attack at the Bell Aliant Centre at UPEI at 1.40 in PEI Bantam AAA.
North River Flames at the South Side Lynx in Jr. C in Crapaud at 7.40.
Harness racing at Red Shores in Charlottetown with post time at 12.30.
Winter Blast is one of the favourites in the 14th on the 15 dash card of racing.
He’s the 5-2 morning line favourite with driver Jason Hughes.