The Trenton Golden Hawks did a lot of things right, except win.
On a rare Tuesday night affair, the Ghawks host Pickering, who pulled out a 4-2 win.
Forward Max Ewart says things just were not bouncing their way.
Head Coach Marty Abrams says there were positives to take away from the game.
The GHawks need just one point to secure the 8th and final playoff spot.
They welcome the Kingston Vogageurs Friday night.
The Belleville Senators get back to action Wednesday night, as they continue working a 8 game stretch, that includes 6 away from home.
The team has arrived in Rochester, ahead of their game with the Amerks.
Belleville sits ten points back of the final playoff spot with 30 games left in the season.
CJBQ has the call beginning at 6:50 pm for Deerhaven Farm and Garden and Eastern Overhead Doors.
Sticking in the AHL, the Syracuse Crunch have welcomed a former Belleville Bull in to be their new number one goaltender.
Eddie Pasquale was acquired from Bakersfield.
Pasquale played 17 games with the Bulls from 2006-08, and another 18 games with the Wellington Dukes.
In local minor hockey playoff action.
The Quinte West Major Atom A Hawks defeated Peterborough 3-0.
Keegan Carr, Brock Davy and Ethan Kenney scored for Quinte West, who have a 2-0 series lead.
They host game three Thursday night.
In high school action, St Theresaa beat Centennial 5-1. Nate Burelle had a three point game for the Titans.
Over the weekend, Cross Fit Trent hosted the Muscle Massacre power lifting event.
Kevin Maracle was the lone member of the Special Olympic Belleville and Quinte West club.
Maracle lifted 125 pounds in his bench press and deadlifted 250 pounds.
Both were personal bests.
The Belleville Youth Swim Team welcomed over 550 athletes from 22 teams this past weekend for their meet.
Gold medals were won by Noah Brooks, Rafik Jiwa, Maeve and Peyton Mullowney, Nate Shiers-Redhead and Austin Williams.
Other medalists were Ashley Allaire, Isabella Isbester, Gwen Randall and Gracey Vanberkel.
The BYST have 27 swimmers off to Markham next weekend for a meet at the Pan Am pool. During the same time frame, three BYST athletes will be representing BYST at Ontario Festivals in Nepean.