The Belleville Senators had no luck around the net Saturday night in a 3-0 loss to the Hershey Bears.
Pheonix Copley turned away all 28 shots he faced for the Washington Capitals affiliates.
Marcus Hogberg stopped 21 shots on Belleville’s side of the ice.
The B-Sens are off today before finishing a busy long weekend with a Monday afternoon home contest against the Utica Comets. Game time is 3 p.m., 2:50 broadcast time on CJBQ.
The Wellington Dukes did what they had to do last night, defeating a struggling Stouffville Spirit team 6-3.
Andrew Rinaldi notched three points, Teddy McGeen scored twice and Jackson Arcan recorded three assists in notable performances.
Tyler Richardson earned the win in net with 22 stops.
The Dukes are also in action on Family Day Monday, 3:30 p.m. in Whitby against the Fury.
A tough start to the Jr C postseason for the Picton Pirates.
The Port Hope Panthers poured 62 shots on goal and took Game 1 of the Tod Division Quarter Final series 7-4.
Noah Brant had three points for Picton and Wesley Werner and Pierce Nelson combined to make 55 saves.
The Campbellford Rebels rounded out their regular season with a 5-3 loss to Gananoque.
A local standout has been rewarded for a dynamite last two months of the Jr. C season.
Napanee Raiders forward Ryan Casselman has been named the Tod Division player of the month for January and February.
The 20-year old Napanee native rocketed over the 100-point mark for the season with a combined 41 points, including 16 goals and 25 assists in just 15 games.
Goals from Davin Osmond and Keegan Tugnette weren’t enough for the Raldane AE Peewee Jr Bulls in a 5-2 loss to the Whitby Wildcats.
The Jr. Bulls lose their OMHA Quarter-Final series in four games and will now play in the Lakeshore Playoffs.