Barrington Ice Dogs drop two games, fall to fourth place

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By Kathy Johnson

The Barrington Sea Star Ice Dogs have dropped to fourth place in the Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League, after losing two games in weekend action.

At home on Sunday, Jan. 5, the Ice Dogs dropped a 5-3 decision to the Fundy MU Rhino Renovations. Tyler Quinlan posted a goal and two assists for Barrington, with one goal and one assist from Morgan d’Entremont, and two assists from former Junior A Mariners’ defenseman Jared Murphy, who has just joined the Ice Dogs’ line-up. Nathan Townsend also had an assist.

On the road on Jan. 4, the Spryfield Silver and Black Attack edged Barrington 3-2 in overtime. Morgan d’Entremont, assisted by Jared Murphy, posted both goals for the Dogs. Devon Garron also had an assist.

Going into league action this coming weekend, Barrington sits in fourth place with 27 points in the league standings, tied with the Avon River Rats. Spryfield is in top spot with 34 points. The Amherst Colts are second with 31, and Fundy is in third with 28. Rounding out the roster are the South Shore Wild with 10 and the Clare Lions with 2.

Barrington will be hosting the Avon River Rats on Friday, Jan. 10 for an 8 p.m. face-off at the Barrington Municipal Arena in game one of a two game series. Game two is scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 12 at 5 p.m. in Windsor. 

Organizations: Ice Dogs, Nova Scotia Junior C Hockey League

Geographic location: Windsor

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