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SYDNEY, N.S. — All 4 Cape Breton hockey gamers competing within the Atlantic College Sport playoffs kicked off the postseason with victories on Tuesday night time.
In Halifax, the No. 3 seed Saint Mary’s Huskies downed the No. 6 seed Moncton Aigles Bleus 3-1 in entrance of 167 followers at Dauphinee Centre. The Huskies lead the best-of-three sequence 1-0.
Aimee O’Neill of Glace Bay had no factors, however was 4-for-8 within the faceoff circle, whereas Maddy Corbett of Sydney additionally had no factors and was a minus-1 with 4 photographs on objective. Erin Denny of Eskasoni was not within the lineup. All three play for Saint Mary’s.
Sport 2 of the sequence will probably be performed Thursday at 7 p.m. in Moncton.
In the meantime, in Charlottetown, the No. 4 seed Prince Edward Island Panthers blanked the No. 5 seed Dalhousie Tigers 1-0 in entrance of 174 followers at MacLauchlan Enviornment. The Panthers lead the best-of-three sequence 1-0.
Orianna MacNeil of Mabou had an help together with a plus-1 ranking and 5 photographs on objective for the Panthers.
Sport 2 will probably be performed on Friday at 7 p.m. in Halifax.
– Jeremy Fraser is the sports activities reporter for the Cape Breton Submit. Comply with him on Twitter @CBPost_Jeremy.