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Eagles begin road trip with loss to Voltigeurs

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles started their three-game road trip with a 6-4 loss to the Drummondville Voltigeurs in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action before 1,761 fans at the Marcel Dionne Centre, Wednesday.

Tomas Zohorna, an 18-year-old forward from the Czech Republic, fired a hat trick and chipped in with an assist to lead the Voltigeurs to the win on home ice.

Steve Cacciotti, Etienne Bellavance-Martin and former Rimouski Oceanic Francis Charette also scored for the Voltigeurs, who improved their record to 5-4-0.

Paul McIlveen, with two, Dean Ouellet and Creignish native Nick MacNeil scored for the Eagles, who slipped to 1-4-0 on the road and 4-4-0 overall. Cam Fergus chipped in with three assists.

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Mooseheads get first road win

Mooseheads centre Colby Pridham scored the unassisted equalizer in the third period and got the winning goal in a shootout as Halifax beat the P.E.I. Rocket 4-3 in QMJHL action Wednesday night in Charlottetown.

It was the first road win in five tries for the Mooseheads and it evened their overall record at 4-4.

The teams stayed close the whole way with goaltenders Ryan Mior of the Rocket and Jeremy Duchesne of the Mooseheads turning in strong performances.

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Halifax finally gets road win

The Halifax Mooseheads picked up their first points on the road this Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season last night, needing a shootout to edge the P.E.I. Rocket 4-3 in front of 2,024 fans at the Charlottetown Civic Centre.

The Mooseheads twice came back from one-goal deficits, and got stronger as the game wore on, outshooting their hosts 17-12 over the final 25 minutes.

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Cape Breton well represented at Atlantic Challenge Cup

The Atlantic Challenge Cup has become as much of a Thanksgiving tradition as the turkey dinner.

The 11th annual edition of the youth hockey tournament will be held this weekend in Dieppe, N.B., and will feature five teams from each of the four Atlantic provinces competing in the male under-15, under-16 and under-17 divisions and the female under-15 and under-18 divisions.

Evan Watts, a 16-year-old defenceman from Port Hood, will be one of 15 Cape Bretoners taking part in the 20-team team event that begins Saturday and runs until Monday.

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Bulls perfect road record on the line

So far this season the Belleville Bulls prefer life on the road.

Bulls are 2-and-0 away from home and will look to win their third straight road game tonight when they visit the defending OHL champion Peterborough Petes. Game time at the Memorial Centre is 7 p.m.

Bulls are out to avenge a 4-2 loss to Peterborough in Belleville's regular season home opener two weeks ago. Bulls are 0-and-2 so far this season at Yardmen Arena and have lost nine in a row at home dating back to the tailend of the 2005-2006 regular season and opening round playoff series vs. Brampton.

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