Cape Breton Takes Game One in Telus Cup
Prince George, B.C.- The first game in the Telus Cup being played at CN Centre in Prince George, saw the Cape Breton West Islanders (Atlantic) victorious over the Blizzard du Séminaire Saint-François (Quebec).
The Cape Breton team scored first, at 4:36 in the first period when Malcom MacEachern got one past Quebec’s goalie, Philippe Gaudreaultt.
Quebec’s Vincent Guy would even it up with goal at 13:05 of the open frame, but it would be the only time Quebec would get one by the West Islanders goalie Colten Ellis.
The Cape Bretoners would score again in the second period on the power play and that would be it for scoring as the final would be 2-1 for Cape Breton.
Quebec out shot the Cape Breton team 35 to 28.
Game two of the Telus Cup gets underway at 4 when the Regina Pat Canadians and Mississauga Rebels face off.
The Cariboo Cougars play this evening at 7:30 against the Leduc Oil Kings.
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