Cameron assists on winning goal vs. Islanders

Jason Simmonds
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SAINT JOHN, N.B. – Former Summerside Western Capital Jason Cameron of Clyde River assisted on the game-winning goal for the Saint John Sea Dogs against the Charlottetown Islanders on Friday night.

Cameron, who was unable to score on Islanders goaltender Eric Brassard on a first-period penalty shot, and Olivier LeBlanc set up David Weckworth’s deciding goal with 1:30 remaining in regulation time. The goal broke a 2-2 tie and lifted the Sea Dogs to a 3-2 win.

The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League game attracted 3,148 fans to Harbour Station.

LeBlanc and Samuel Dove-McFalls also scored for the Sea Dogs while Nathan Yetman and Kameron Kielly countered for the Islanders. Former Capital Craig MacLauchlan picked up an assist for Charlottetown.

The Sea Dogs led 1-0 after the opening period, and the teams were tied 2-2 at the end of two.

Sebastien Auger earned the goaltending win over Brassard as the Islanders outshot the Sea Dogs 38-31.

The Islanders visit Cape Breton on Sunday.

Organizations: Islanders, Quebec Major Junior Hockey League

Geographic location: Cape Breton

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