Can finish no lower than third
Members of the Cumberland County Cool Blues celebrate after scoring a goal in first period action in last nights Don Johnson Cup game against the Central Junior Cataracts. The Blues rolled to their second consecutive win of the tournament and face the Kensington Vipers tonight at 8 p.m. at the Richard Calder Arena. Darrell Cole - Amherst Daily News
SPRINGHILL The Cumberland County Cool Blues picked up where they left off Wednesday routing the Central Junior Cataracts 15-1 in action at the Don Johnson Cup in Springhill last night.
The Blues, who play their last round robin game tonight against the Kensington Vipers, struck for six first period goals and added five more goals in the second period to open up a 11-0 on the Cataracts.
Play at the Atlantic Junior B hockey championship resumes today at 12:30 p.m. when the Kensington Vipers meet the East Hants Penguins in a battle of unbeatens while Madawaska faces the Cataracts in a game between teams looking for their first win and the fourth spot in Saturdays semifinals.
Cody Firth and Mark Rozak each scored three times and assisted on another for the Blues while Seth Crowe, picked up player of the game honours on Wednesday, scored two goals and added three assiststo go with the five he had against Madawaska.
Joel Stronge had two goals and two assists while Doug Bannister scored twice in the third period.
Alex Carter had a goal and three assists while Cody Roach had a goal and two assists with Ryan Reynolds scoring one goal. Hugh McGuish, Travis Davis, Jordan Bragg, Josh Smith and Travis ONeal added assists.
Pat OBrien didnt face a lot of action in the Blues net.
Ryan Price scored for the Cataracts.