Team West wins prospects series

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Published on November 11, 2012

East prospects head coach Billy McGuingan, of the MHL's Summerside Capitals, talks with players during a time out. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Published on November 11, 2012

The East prospects bench. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Published on November 11, 2012

Teams west and east competed in the second of two CJHL prospects games, this one held at the Mariners Centre on the afternoon of Nov. 11. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

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Brandon Pye who plays for the Truro Bearcats in the MHL had a goal and an assist in the prospects game for Team East. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

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Team East player Michael Rheaume celebrates a goal scored by the team. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

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Mariners forward Morgan Messenger on the ice for the Team East prospects. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

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Timothy Garden-Cole of the Yarmouth Mariners was on the bench with head coach Billy McGuigan of the Summerside Capitals with the MHL. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Published on November 11, 2012

Mariners forward Morgan Messenger on the ice for the Team East prospects. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Published on November 11, 2012

Brandon Pye who plays for the Truro Bearcats in the MHL had a goal and an assist in the prospects game for Team East. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Published on November 11, 2012

Mariners assistant coach John Murphy on the bench with the West prospects team. TINA COMEAU PHOTO

Team West won the President's Cup for the CJHL Prospects Games series that began at the Digby arena with a game on Saturday, Nov. 10 and ended with a game at the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth on Nov. 11.

Although Team East won Sunday's game by a score of 6-3, Team West had defeated Team East 5-0 the night before, giving them a 8-6 win in the series when the accumulative goals were added up.

The players of the game for the Nov. 11 contest were West Prospects Ryan Berlin, hometown Edmonton, Alberta, for the West prospects and Aiden Wallace, hometown hometown Markham, Ontario, for the East prospects.

Barrington resident Morgan Messenger of the Yarmouth Mariners – the obvious fan favourite in this game – was selected as the player of the game for the East prospects at the game in Digby. Sean MacTavish, hometown Edmonton, Alberta, was the player of the game for the West prospects.

Aside from Messenger there was more local flavour to the teams. The two assistant coaches for the Yarmouth Mariners were on the bench for the teams – Timothy Garden-Cole for the East prospects and John Murphy for the West prospects.

Organizations: Mariners Centre

Geographic location: Digby, Edmonton, Alberta Yarmouth Markham Ontario

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