On the last day of my road trip following the Quebec Rempart, they were in Cape Breton visiting Centre 200 for their last QMJHL game. The previous nights game where Moncton was to take on Bathurst was cancelled due to the freezing rain storm going on however the Rempart had already been in Cape Breton.
The second game of this trip was back at Scotiabank Centre where I got to reconnect with some of the staff of the arena. One of the staff members happen to mention to me, I wasn’t expecting to see you back here so soon! Nonetheless, it was the 1st place QMJHL team vs the 2nd
The Quebec Rempart were embarking on a maritime tour and as per usual, I was tasked with covering all their games. They are now the only QMJHL team I am tasked with covering on the regular. Their first game was in Moncton against the Wildcats, so I left Wednesday and went over. For the first
Prior to the second game, I was standing around chatting with a couple of the security guys from TD/Harbour Station. They were just as excited as I was to be here. I mentioned to them, don’t blink, it will be all over in a second. Here we were, the final game to decide the winner
On June 22nd, the Edmonton Oil Kings took on the Saint John Sea Dogs in CHL Memorial Cup action. The Oil Kings would end up winning in overtime 4-3. Jaxsen Wiebe (Edmonton Oil Kings, #43) would end up scoring in overtime (seen above).
The Guardian today released their annual Santa photos edition featuring my imagery taken at the Confederation Court Mall. I usually hear from a great group of people with some great praise. One of the stores I regularly visit for snacks, reminded me that it is their best selling edition of PEI’s newspaper.