Ramblers take win from Campbellton

Raissa Tetanish
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Ramblers vs Tigers

AMHERST - Shawn Boudreau couldn't capitalize for the Amherst Ramblers on a loose puck in front of the Campbellton Tigers' net during second period action at home Saturday night.

Amherst won the game, 3-2.

Brandon Shute had the first goal for the Ramblers at 10:52 in the first, off an assist from Brandon Street.

Justin Matthews added the second point to the board for the Ramblers during a power play in the second period. Shute and Robert Davis picked up assists on the goal.

Captain Ryan Matheson scored the winning goal for the home team, with assists coming from Trevor Layton and Kodi Estey.

Geographic location: Brandon Street

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  • Vince Kennie of Northport
    February 21, 2011 - 05:37

    Down to the wire as I previously stated, if Bridgewater wins it's upcoming games vs Dieppe and Truro, it is all over for the Ramblers, even if they beat Dieppe on Thursday, their game on Saturday vs Bridgewater will not help their cause, however if they win it will mean that they finish the season on a winning note. Pink in the Rink will be something else for the many loyal fans. "GO RAMBLERS GO"

  • The great white hunter
    February 20, 2011 - 05:42

    The Ramblers are in a dog fight with the Bridgewater Jr A Hockey team for the last spot in their division to enter a mini series to advance to the play-off round, although the remaining schedule favours the Bridgewater squad, it may come down to the final game in Amherst between these two clubs on Feb 26th. Fan support has been fantastic for the past couple of home games.