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Owen Arsenault’s two-goal performance paced the Wellington Flyers to a 4-2 victory over the Tyne Valley Tornadoes on Saturday night.
The West Prince Senior Hockey League game was played before a big crowd at the Evangeline Recreation Centre. The 50/50 draw was $850, and the Flyers donated their portion to Madison Barlow, who is battling Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Kelsey Goodwin-MacNaught won the 50/50 draw and donated her portion to Barlow as well.
Abel Arsenault (1-1) and D’Arcy LaPierre also scored for the Flyers, who received assists from Jake Arsenault (2), Matt Kelly (2) and Colin Arsenault.
Mike O’Halloran (1-1) and Brad Bryan countered for the Tornadoes. Evan Shea and TJ Campbell added helpers.
Wellington led 2-0 after the first and second periods.
Neil Arsenault earned the goaltending win. Jeff Noye was between the pipes for the Tornadoes.
Wellington improved to 3-3-1 (won-lost-overtime losses) while Tyne Valley fell to 4-2-0.