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Titan acquire Vienneau from Cataractes

BOUCHERVILLE, Tuesday, October 3, 2006 - The Acadie-Bathurst Titan acquired defenseman Justin Vienneau (86-02-20), a seventh round selection (#198 overall) by the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2004, as well as a fourth round pick in the 2008 QMJHL Entry Draft from the Shawinigan Cataractes for their second round pick in 2007.

Vienneau has yet to play a game in the QMJHL this year.
 

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Fog Devils Acquire Spencer from Moncton

The St. John's Fog Devils announced today that the club has acquired left winger, Tim Spencer, from the Moncton Wildcats for a 2007 5th Round Pick in the QMJHL Entry Draft.

The 6'2, 215lb native of Carnduff, SK has played in 5 games with the Wildcats this year and has 9PIM. Last season he was a member of the President's Cup champions, appearing in 64 games and scoring 14 PTS (5G,9A) and accumulating 140PIM. He is 20 years old and shoots left. He will be available for the club's game this afternoon in Halifax against the Mooseheads.

The Fog Devils next home action is Saturday, October 7th and Sunday, October 8th when the club hosts the Drummondville Voltigeurs.

Tickets for the these games are currently on sale at the Mile One Stadium Box Office. As well all Fog Devils Ticket Paks including the Molson 5 Flex Pak, the Pepsi 10 Flex Pak and the McDonald's "I'm Lovin' It" Family Paks are also on sale. Tickets can be paid for by cash, VISA or Mastercard at the Box Office, by phone (576-7657) or online at admission.com.

The St. John's Fog Devils are one of 59 member clubs of the Canadian Hockey League.
 

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Sea Dogs acquire defenceman from Wildcats

SAINT JOHN, October 2, 2006 - The Saint John Sea Dogs have obtained 20-year-old defenceman David MacDonald from the Moncton Wildcats in exchange for an 8th round pick in the 2007 QMJHL Entry Draft.

The six-foot, 186-pound native of Baddeck, Nova Scotia, played last season for both the Wildcats and the PEI Rocket. He was acquired by Moncton from PEI on January 3, 2006.

MacDonald has collected two assists as well as two penalty minutes in five games for the Wildcats this season. In 60 games in 2005-06, MacDonald had two goals and 10 assists with 90 penalty minutes.

"David joined the Wildcats just after Christmas last year and played very well in the second half of the season and in the playoffs," said Bob "Tipper" LeBlanc, general manager of the Sea Dogs. "He's a good, stay-at-home defenceman who plays a tough game. He does the little things well."

LeBlanc noted that the Sea Dogs are now carrying five 20-year-olds - one more than permitted by the QMJHL. "A decision on which we release from our roster will be made shortly," he said.

Meantime, the Sea Dogs have re-assigned left wing Luc Melanson to the Miramichi Timberwolves of the Maritime Junior 'A' Hockey League. Melanson, 18, had no points in seven games with Saint John this season.

The Sea Dogs next home game is this Friday night when they entertain Halifax in a 7:30 o'clock start. Moosehead Breweries will be the game sponsor. Fans who wear Moosehead/Alpine clothing to the game will be eligible to win great prizes.

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Bodnarchuk September player of the month

Defenceman Andrew Bodnarchuk is the Halifax Mooseheads' "Citadel Halifax Player of the Month" for September, Head Coach Cam Russell announced today at the team's monthly luncheon.

The 18-year-old Bodnarchuk, 18, in his second season with the Mooseheads, led the team in scoring at the end of the first month with eight points in six games, with two goals and six assists.
 

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Ryan Mior Named the ADT CHL Goaltender of the Week

Toronto - The Canadian Hockey League announced today that goaltender Ryan Mior of the P.E.I Rocket was named ADT CHL Goaltender of the Week ending Sunday Oct 1st.

Mior, a 19-year old native of St. John's, Newfoundland, registered two wins, including a shutout, while posting an impressive 1.00 goals-against-average and a .969 save percentage. Mior stopped all 31 shots earning him his first shutout the year and the games First Star selection as the Rocket defeated the Moncton Wildcats by a score of 8-0. Mior followed that effort with another strong, 32 save, game and Third Star selection, as he led the Rocket over the Saint John Sea Dogs 8-2. Mior, impressively went 111 minutes and 55 seconds without allowing a goal over his last three games as he helped P.E.I. improve their record to 4-2-0-0 and extend their three game win streak.
 
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