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Gaming History: Sea Dogs - An Epic Adventure at Sea “Putting the Sim in Pirate Sim”
Sea Dogs An Epic Adventure at Sea - Pirate games were great at selling the fantasy of plundering the seven seas. But it was the people at Akella that gave the experience a heavy dose of realism with the Sea Dogs series. Buy Sea Dogs - An Epic Adventure at Sea on GOG http://bit.ly/2hCOLw4 (Affiliate Link) (Game Description) Sea Dogs: An Epic Adventure at Sea is a 2000 Russian role-playing video game for Microsoft Windows, developed by Akella and published by Bethesda Softworks. In it, the player is the captain of a ship and can serve as a privateer to a European power, or as a pirate. The game uses a custom 3D game engine and includes gameplay similar to Sid Meier's Pirates!, while also being a true inter-character dialog-centered RPG. If you like this Video don't Hesitate to Press the Like Button and Share with your Friends ! Oh, and if you want more videos HIT the Red Subscribe Button ! ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- If you like our work and want to support us, you can become our patrons. https://www.patreon.com/gaminghd ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- If you like our work and want to support us, you can make a Donation. https://www.tipeeestream.com/gaminghdro/donation ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- Use this Link http://bit.ly/2d6VKv8 to buy Games on GOG to Support us ! ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- Host Links Unacomn's Twitter https://twitter.com/unacomn Unacomn's Book (Tale of Doom) https://unacomn.itch.io/tale-of-doom ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥Be Sociable !♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ ▶Youtube http://youtube.com/HDGamingHD ▶Steam http://steamcommunity.com/groups/GaminGHDro ▶Twitter: http://twitter.com/GamingHDinfo ▶Google+ : http://Google.com/+GaminghdRo ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- Contact: http://www.gaminghd.ro/contact ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------- All Right Reserved. Copyright © GaminGHD.ro
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Rough stuff as Mooseheads & Sea Dogs meet again
Rough stuff between the Halifax Mooseheads & Saint John Sea Dogs as they play their 2nd game in as many days. The Mooseheads beat the Sea Dogs 4-1 Saturday in Halifax but the Sea Dogs were ready for the return match Sunday at Harbour Station. The rivalry was turned up another notch as there many scrums, some questionable hits and several fights. Here are a series of incidents in the game involving Boko Imama, Jordan LePage, Keigan Goetz, Mathieu Charlebois, Kyle Ward, Cole Reginato and Alex Bernier. Keep your head up when watching and remember its only their 3rd meeting of the season. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/rinkrant Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
Views: 7287 John Moore
Jerma985 Full Stream: Sea Dogs
Full Stream of Jerma985's Stream of Sead Dogs from https://www.twitch.tv/jerma985 Subscribe to Jerma at https://www.youtube.com/user/Jerma985 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL7D... (2ndJerma) Streamed 10/11/16
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7/15/16-7/17/16: Sea Dogs Pirate Festival, 2016
For months, TTID has been building up to the Sea Dogs pirate festival, ever since we met our crew members way back in December 2015. The festival did not disappoint, and while it's true we lost our dog on Saturday (she came home eventually) Thursday and Friday were nights to remember! Music is not the property of the video creator. Credits below: "Jolly Roger," Adam and the Ants, Epic Records, 1980
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2 Women and Their Dogs are Rescued After Being Lost at Sea for 5 Months
More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 After five months lost at sea, two women were overjoyed when help arrived. The U.S. Navy says the women and their dogs set off from Hawaii back in May bound for Tahiti, but soon after they left their engine failed. They still had hope they could reach their destination by sail, but after two months they started issuing distress calls. It would be another three months before they would be discovered. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more.
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Two women, dogs rescued after being at sea for 5 months
The U.S. Navy has rescued two Americans and their dogs. Authorities say they were stranded on the Pacific Ocean for five months! Want even more?! Subscribe to USA TODAY's YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1xa3XAh Like USA TODAY on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/usatoday Follow USA TODAY on Twitter: https://twitter.com/USATODAY Follow USA TODAY on Instagram: https://instagram.com/usatoday/
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SEA DOGS BEAT OCEANIC IN DOUBLE OVERTIME Audio by Tim Roszell.. Additional video provided by Rogers Sportsnet The Saint John Sea Dogs got off to a roaring start but needed double overtime to finish off the Rimouski Oceanic in Game 1 of the President's Cup final. Saint John scored twice in the first 72 seconds then needed more than 89 minutes before Zack Phillips shovelled in a rebound at 10:18 of double overtime to the delight of a sellout crowd of 6,238 at Harbour Station. Nathan Beaulieu and Tomas Jurco scored 27 seconds apart on the opening two shifts and Mathieu Corbeil made 37 saves for the win. Phillips and Jurco each added assists as the Dogs moved one step closer to repeating as Quebec Major Junior Hockey League champions. Alex Belzile scored a power-play goal and set up Peter Trainor's man-advantage marker in the second period to even things up and force overtime. Jacob Chouinard made 36 saves in a losing cause. The Sea Dogs scored on their first shot of the game just 45 seconds in. Phillips sent a pass from the right wing to Beaulieu in the slot, his shot beat Chouinard and the already deafening crowd got even louder. Charlie Coyle had the other assist on the fourth of the playoffs for Beaulieu, who was wearing the captain's 'C' in place of the suspended Jonathan Huberdeau. As that goal was being announced Jurco, threw a low shot on net from the right-wing faceoff circle that got past Chouinard to make it 2-0. Stanislav Galiev and Danick Gauthier picked up assists on Jurco's ninth, which came at 1:12. Rimouski had quality chances the other way, but Corbeil was solid in the Sea Dogs goal. The overage netminder made a big right pad save on Jakub Culek on the first Rimouski shot of the game, and deliverd another pad save on J-F Plante about five minutes in. Saint John had a chance to go up 3-0 with just under six minutes to go in the first, but Coyle redirected a cross-crease pass from Phillips off the post. In the second period Rimouski tied it up with a pair of power-play goals. Trainor connected on a one-timer down low at 5:52 to make it 2-1. Belzile tied it up at 13:20, barging to the net and knocking in a rebound. The Sea Dogs had their first and only power play chance late in the third period but were unable to convert. Saint John had another flurry with about four minutes to go, but Gauthier misfired a pass on one opportunity and Chouinard came up with a left pad save on Galiev later in the shift. Both goaltenders were sharp in the first overtime, with Corbeil delivering 13 saves to seven by Chouinard, who could be seen stretching his right leg gingerly during stoppages. Corbeil flashed the glove on Culek in the second minute of the extra frame, while Chouinard covered up Galiev's sharp-angle shot off the right wing midway through. Sea Dogs coach Gerard Gallant called his timeout at the 12:27 mark of the overtime, but it was Rimouski that had the next dangerous chance when Leduc threw a bouncer from the left point on net with Culek parked in front. Corbeil pounced on the puck to defuse the situation. Maxime Villemaire had an outstanding opportunity to salt away the victory with less than three minutes to go in the first overtime. Villemaire raced to a loose puck in the Rimouski zone, flipped it to himself around a defender but couldn't find the finish in front. Both teams had chances once again in the second OT. Less than two minutes in Petr Straka missed the net twice, first putting a Francis Beauvillier rebound wide, then doing the same on a cross-ice saucer pass from Plante. Coyle nearly notched his second overtime winner of the playoffs when Phillips fed him in the slot just under five minutes into the fifth and final frame. Coyle spun and whipped a low shot on Chouinard but the goaltender made the save. On the ensuing shift Corbeil denied Straka with another glove save. Midway through the period Culek missed on another 2-on-1, Alexandre Mallet fanned on a golden opportunity in front, and Corbeil stopped Trainor on the doorstep. With the crowd on the edge of their seats, Phillips finally found the winning marker at 10:18, with the assists going to Jurco and Charles Roussel. Game 2 is set for 7 p.m. Saturday at Harbour Station. Limited standing-room tickets are available at the box office and can also be obtained by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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4 Sea Dogs to represent Canada at World U17's
A franchise record 4 members of the Saint John Sea Dogs will represent Team canada at the World U17 hockey championships in the Saint John area. Josh Lawrence, Charlie DesRoches, Jeremy Poirier and Will Villeneuve were among the 66 players named to wear the Maple Leaf at the international 8 team tournament. Hockey Canada will enter 3 teams and the rosters for the Red, White and Black teams have not yet been announced. John Moore speaks with the 4 Sea Dogs prior to as recent game at Harbour Station. The tournament will feature the best in the world and includes teams from Sweden, Finland, Russia, Czech Republic and United States. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: @rinkrant Instagram: @sportsandmoore Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
Views: 755 John Moore
Meet Italy's Lifeguard Dogs
In the midst of Italy’s hot summers—when the beaches are full of swimmers—the lifeguards keeping everyone safe bring in some much-needed, four-legged assistance. We’re talking about water rescue dogs. Dogs make ideal lifeguard partners as they remain calm under pressure and instinctively choose the safest path through the water currents back to shore. They can even stay afloat while paddling multiple swimmers to safety. Through his Italian School for Lifeguard Dogs, Ferruccio Pilenga has trained more than 350 volunteer pups to execute water rescues. Now THAT’s a good dog! SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/vR6Acb This story is a part of our Planet Earth series. From mammals to insects and birds to reptiles, we share this great big world with all manner of creatures, large and small. Come with us to faraway places as we explore our great big planet and meet some of its wildest inhabitants. Got a story idea for us? Shoot us an email at hey [at] GreatBigStory [dot] com Follow us behind the scenes on Instagram: http://goo.gl/2KABeX Make our acquaintance on Facebook: http://goo.gl/Vn0XIZ Give us a shout on Twitter: http://goo.gl/sY1GLY Come hang with us on Vimeo: http://goo.gl/T0OzjV Visit our world directly: http://www.greatbigstory.com
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EP.157.0 11-25-2011 QMJHL Sea Dogs vs Screaming Eagles
HOME WIN STREAK CONTINUES Audio Credited to Tim Roszell from News 88.9 The Saint John Sea Dogs defeated the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 5-2 in front of a crowd of 3,475 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Friday night. Scott Oke had a goal and an assist and Danick Gauthier, Tomas Jurco, and Nathan Beaulieu also scored for the Sea Dogs, who now sit at 22-7-0-1. Charles Roussel had two assists and Zack Phillips extended his point streak to 18 games with an assist. Mathieu Corbeil made 19 saves for the Sea Dogs in the win. Jonathan Brunelle and David Rose replied for the Screaming Eagles, who fell to to 11-16-0-1. Alexandre Veronneau took the loss and was pulled after allowing five goals on 21 shots. Philippe Trudeau was not credited with any saves in 4:55 of relief. The game started off in a rush for the Sea Dogs, with a puck popping out to Jurco, who just missed high on the first shift of the game. Grant West and Blake Millman dropped the gloves at 14:59, with neither fighter landing a decisive blow. The Screaming Eagles opened the scoring at 17:13 of the first on the marker by Brunelle. The Sea Dogs managed to stall any Screaming Eagles momentum after killing a late penalty to end the period. The Eagles potted their second to start the middle frame with Rose connecting just 28 seconds in. The lead didn't last long though, as the Sea Dogs came back to score two goals in rapid succession to tie it back up. Just 15 seconds after the Cape Breton goal, Gauthier potted his 25th goal of the season from just inside the left wing faceoff circle on a feed from Oke and Kevin Gagne. Just over a minute later at 1:56, Jurco took a nice pass from Oliver Cooper and buried it from three feet out to pull the Dogs even. Roussel made the first pass to break out of the zone and notched his first assist of the game. The rough stuff continued with two fights in two seconds. First, Ian Saab dropped the gloves in the heavyweight division with Roman Hrabarenka at 4:27, followed shortly by a split decision in the middleweight class featuring Denis Creighton in his first QMJHL fight taking on Kyle Campbell at 4:29. Oke put the Sea Dogs ahead exactly 10 minutes after the second Sea Dogs goal. At 11:56 Ryan Tesink sent Oke flying down the right wing. He rifled the shot from the faceoff dot over the blocker of Veronneau for his seventh goal of the season. Roussel had the second assist for his second point of the game. Beaulieu extended Saint John's lead on a bullet from the point 24 seconds into the third. Phillips extended his point streak with the assist from the corner. West continued the onslaught at 4:55, deking past the Cape Breton defence and sliding one past Veronneau for his fourth of the year. Jason Seed started the play out of the zone and tallied the lone assist on the play. The penalty kill units were active in the game, with the Sea Dogs going 5-for-5 on the night, including killing off two penalties in the final frame. Saint John's next home game is tomorrow night, hosting the Screaming Eagles for the second night in a row. The Henderson Jersey Homecoming Tour will also be at Harbour Station featuring special guest Dennis Hull, family games, Paul Henderson's jersey from the 1972 Summit Series, other memorabilia and much more. Tickets are available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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Let's Play Sea Dogs: To Each His Own - Ep.08 - First Naval Battle!
Welcome to my Let's Play of Sea Dogs: To Each His Own! In episode 08 of our Sea Dogs: To Each His Own series we finally fight our first naval battle against some pirates. Watch the entire Sea Dogs: To Each His Own series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL28oZ4FVZmk7KsRA502ns28MzzOIkrY2q ----- Want more similar content, have a look at these series: Pirates of the Caribbean (Sea Dogs 2): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL28oZ4FVZmk5axXYA6MtB711lHOl3BoEc Fallout 4: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL28oZ4FVZmk4thyi_8zcv_Z-rsGM0nxl7 Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen (Hard): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL28oZ4FVZmk7lGvVrnceP6Q2VuaqZFchM ----- Keep in touch with MrSmartDonkey! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/MrSmartDonkey Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/smartdonkey Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/mrsmartdonkey Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MrSmartDonkeyLP Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrSmartDonkeyLP ----- Sea Dogs: To Each His Own Gameplay Information: 1654 AC. The Caribbean. A place of opportunities and mysteries. Take a role of Charles de Maure - a young French noble who arrived to the New World to assist his brother. What seemed to be a simple family matter, turned into a lifelong adventure. This is a story of the noble idler who became the most powerful man of the Caribbean. Riches, titles, power, romance - the ultimate booty awaits, it is up to you how to get it all. Become a pirate and terrorize the archipelago, take prizes in the sea and plunder cities. Or try to keep hands mostly clean - trade both goods and information, work for the state and help the folk. Get a ship, arm yourself, gather a crew of your dream and find love. The New World is way too vast, too dangerous to explore it alone and there are always consequences for the choices you make! ----- Sea Dogs: To Each His Own Features: - Naval warfare, both challenging and rewarding - Self-reliant and replayable story mode (over 70 hours of gameplay) - Remastered in-game art and improved visuals (textures, models etc.) - Challenging AI, crafting, trading, fighting, gambling - Freeplay mode, endless as an ocean - Hundreds of items and weapons ----- For more information on Sea Dogs: To Each His Own, check out these links: Sea Dogs: To Each His Own Official Website: http://ru.akella.com/Game.aspx?id=2551 Download Sea Dogs: To Each His Own on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/223330/ Official Sea Dogs: To Each His Own Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ha6AXQJIGdQ ----- Sea Dogs: To Each His Own is developed by Blackmark Studio.
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SEA DOGS WRAP UP REGULAR SEASON IN RECORD-SETTING STYLE AUDIO PROVIDED BY TIM ROSZELL AND NEWS 88.9 SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- The Saint John Sea Dogs finished off their record-setting Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season with a 7-2 win over the Prince Edward Island Rocket Sunday. The win was Saint John's 58th in 68 games, tying the standard set by the Sorel Eperviers in 70 games in 1973-74 and matched by the Trois-Rivieres Draveurs in 72 games in 1978-79. The Dogs also became the first team in QMJHL history to go undefeated at home in regulation time, finishing with a 32-0-1-1 mark. Michael Kirkpatrick had two goals and an assist and was named first star in his final regular-season game as a Sea Dog. The overage forward finishes with career totals of 108 goals, 143 assists and 251 points, all Sea Dogs bests. Simon Despres was named second star in what was also likely his last regular-season game in the Port City. The 19-year-old Pittsburgh Penguins prospect had a goal and three assists, extending his career Sea Dogs mark for defensemen to 134 points, including 109 assists, also a club best. Jonathan Huberdeau, meanwhile, had a goal and two assists, finishing with new single-season club records for points (105) and assists (62). Ryan Tesink got the nod as third star with a pair of goals, and Stanislav Galiev had a goal and an assist. Mathieu Corbeil earned the win with 27 saves as Saint John finished with a record of 58-7-1-2. A sellout crowd of 6,488 took in the game on Fan Appreciation Day at Harbour Station, which featured several sponsor giveaways and a 50/50 pot of $16,091. Captain and five-year veteran Mike Thomas, who sat out with an injury, thanked the fans after the game for all their support. Samuel Morneau had a goal and an assist for P.E.I., Adam Polasek added a single, and Evan Mosher made 37 saves in the loss as the Rocket fell to 33-26-3-6. The Rocket had a couple of great chances in the early going but the Sea Dogs were able to keep them off the score sheet. Just over a minute in, Ben Duffy and Travis McIsaac came in on a 2-on-1, but Despres sprawled to the ice to take away Duffy's passing lane and force the winger wide. P.E.I. was awarded a power play shortly thereafter and Corbeil came up with a big save on Morneau in close. Kirkpatrick opened the scoring on a Saint John power play at 7:45. Kirkpatrick took a feed from Huberdeau along the left-wing boards, walked in and snapped his 30th of the year high to Mosher's glove side from the high slot. Galiev made it 2-0 at 14:14 of the first, finishing some great teamwork with an outstanding individual effort. A hardworking shift by the line of Stephen MacAulay, Danick Gauthier and Tesink set up an offensive zone faceoff. Off the draw, Huberdeau forced a turnover behind the net, Kevin Gagne kept the puck in at the right point and fired it into the left wing corner for Galiev. The red-hot Russian walked out and slid a low shot across Mosher's body and into the net for his 37th of the season. Polasek cut the lead in half on a power play at 1:06 of the second, with assists from Andrej Nestrasil and Morneau. The power play was a factor again as Huberdeau restored the two-goal lead at 5:16 of the middle frame. Zack Phillips and Kirkpatrick picked up assists on the goal, Huberdeau's 43rd of the year. Morneau drew the Rocket back within one, opportunistically pouncing on a rebound off Alex Noel's knuckling shot from the right wing at 10:51 of the second. But Tesink scored a pair of goals late in the frame to make it 5-2 and end a 37-game goal-scoring drought in style. The rookie forward from Saint John banged one home from the slot at 18:34 for his first goal since Nov. 21. Despite not scoring himself, the hard-working Tesink had remained productive, racking up 17 assists during the goalless stretch, including three in Friday's 8-1 win over the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. His next marker took him just 37 seconds, as he finished a wrap-around pass from Gauthier for his eighth of the year. Despres assisted on both markers. Kirkpatrick added a final tally to his career stats on a power play at 16:10 of the third, with assists from Galiev and Despres. Despres then rounded out the scoring 21 seconds later, with helpers going to Alexandre Beauregard and Steven Anthony.
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Sea Dogs Gameplay Ep1: Intro Special Guest
Hello again people. Today we're playing Sea Dogs. Yes we because to day I have a plus 1, Itzhopey11. He hasn't got anything up at the moment but this is his channel http://www.youtube.com/user/Itzhopey11 Hope you enjoy :D
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Sea Dogs To Each His Own, Escort Attack
in this chapter, I am asked to escort a merchant to a nearby island, I accept the job, and get to the island and we're attacked by pirates. 2V2 battle. I had been in the Lugger ship for a long while, and was in need of stronger ship so what I did was let the fort take out most of the crew, then I boarded and captured the ship and let the fort sink the other pirate ship. Enjoy. (comments are welcome)
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EP.153.0 10-29-2011 QMJHL Sea Dogs vs Sagueneens
Audio Provided by Tim Roszell and News 88.9 SAINT JOHN CAPS BANNER NIGHT WITH BIG WIN The Saint John Sea Dogs topped off the biggest celebration in team history with a 6-0 win over the Chicoutimi Sagueneens Saturday Zack Phillips led the way with two goals and two assists, while linemates Jonathan Huberdeau (goal, three assists) and Tomas Jurco (goal, two assists) also enjoyed multi-point nights. Ryan Tesink and Grant West -- with his first Quebec Major Junior Hockey League goal -- added singles and Mathieu Corbeil made 14 saves for his third shutout in four starts The Dogs victimized Los Angeles Kings second-round pick Christopher Gibson for five goals on 21 shots. Gibson yielded the goal to Francis Desrosiers in the third period and he stopped six of seven in relief. Saint John improved to 14-5 with the win while the Sagueneens fell to 9-6-1-4 The building was buzzing as fans lined up nearly two hours before the game in anticipation of the evening's special ceremonies. Fans received commemorative noisemakers and watched video tributes to the championships to set the tone. QMJHL Commissioner and Leading Seaman Levesque of the HMCS Brunswicker were introduced at centre ice for the presentation. Sea Dogs Chairman and CEO Scott McCain received his ring first and then assisted with the presentation of rings to the local owners, board of directors, administration, scouting and hockey operations staff, coaches and players. Among the players were ex-Dogs Alexandre Beauregard and Gabriel Bourret, now with Chicoutimi, and former goalie Jacob DeSerres, in full gear and Sea Dogs jersey A military band ushered in the Memorial Cup and Sea Dogs players carried the banners to their positions at the east end of the rink, where the banners -- President's Cup first, followed by the Memorial Cup -- were raised to the rafters. After a ceremonial faceoff and the singing of "O Canada" by Huberdeau's sister Josianne, fans were treated to video messages from Dogs alumni who were unable to accept their rings in person due to pro hockey and university commitments elsewhere in North America It took the Dogs until the 14:28 mark to get on the board, but once Tesink broke the deadlock, the goals kept coming. The Saint John native went in alone on Gibson, deked to the backhand and roofed his sixth of the season. Huberdeau and Pierre Durepos assisted on the team's league-best ninth short-handed marker of the year Jurco added his eighth of the year with 37 seconds to go in the opening frame, with assists from Phillips and Nathan Beaulieu. The Dogs ran the lead to 3-0, as West, the newest Sea Dog, got in on the action at 7:55 of the second. After Phillips held the puck for what seemed like an eternity, he centered and West knocked it in over a down-and-out Gibson. Huberdeau picked up the other assist. Phillips scored his first of the night at 11:12 of the middle frame, finishing a nice passing play with Jurco and Huberdeau and finding room on the short side. The Minnesota Wild first-rounder added another at 14:05. Jurco threw the puck on net as he fell to the ice, setting up a chance for Scott Oke, and Phillips pounced on the rebound and roofed it for his 11th of the season. West continued to endear himself to the fans, dropping the mitts with Beauregard for a heavyweight bout 3:14 into the third. Huberdeau made it 6-0 at 11:43 of the third, with assists from Charles Roussel and Oliver Cooper.
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Adorable: Dogs and Seals Are Related
Inverse Senior Editor Rae Paoletta asks one of life's greatest mysteries... are seals and dogs somehow related? Subscribe to Inverse! https://goo.gl/AGT2uT Dog and Seal Become Best Friends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R46C7p7GN0M Inverse sparks curiosity about the future. We explore the science of anything, innovations that shape tomorrow, and ideas that stretch our minds. Our goal is to motivate the next generation to build a better world. http://www.inverse.com evolution smart tech #dogs #animalscience #inverse
Views: 3289 Inverse
Sea Dogs - Dory of Souls (Full Album 2017)
Dory of Souls (2017) http://seadogsmusic.bandcamp.com/ https://www.facebook.com/saltypooch/ Sea Dogs St. John'S, Newfoundland and Labrador ====================================== 1. Soul Cleanser 00:00 2. Riot 06:46 3. How Much Would You Pay... 12:24 4. Ghost Of The Road 18:19 5. Watchful Eye 23:57 6. On The Run 30:03 7. Same Old Story 36:44 8. Wanted Man 40:47 *** released September 14, 2017
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MLB The Show 18 - Portland Sea Dogs vs Boston Red Sox - Gameplay (PS4 HD) [1080p60FPS]
MLB The Show 18 - Portland Sea Dogs vs Boston Red Sox - Gameplay (PS4 HD) [1080p60FPS] ------------------------------------------ Specs: Playstation 4 Pro ------------------------------------------ Game Information: MLB The Show 18 is an upcoming Major League Baseball (MLB) video game in development by SIE San Diego Studio and to be published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. It will be the thirteenth entry of the MLB: The Show franchise, and will be released on March 27, 2018, for PlayStation 4. Aaron Judge will be featured as the cover star for the U.S. version, while Marcus Stroman will be on the cover of the Canadian version. A limited amount of people were invited to a closed alpha, which began on December 22, 2017 until December 26, 2017 to test the online servers. Those who pre-ordered the game will receive access 4 days early, able to pick up their copy of the game on March 23, 2018. __________________________________________
Views: 695 Throneful
Sea Dogs trade Safin to Mooseheads
Saint John Sea Dogs trade 19 year old Ostap Safin to the Halifax Mooseheads for a 2020 1st round draft pick. The 2017 Edmonton Oilers 4th round draft pick scored 26 goals for the Sea Dogs in his QMJHL rookie season and is capable of perhaps a 50 goal season with the Mooseheads. John Moore sits down with the Prague native after he learned of the news. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: @rinkrant Instagram: @sportsandmoore Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
Views: 724 John Moore
Sea Dogs coach sees bright future for rookies Sibley and Wilson
Sea Dogs coach Josh Dixon is pleased with a couple of Darmouth Steele Subaru rookies in his lineup this season. 16 year olds, Luke Wilson and Brendan Sibley were called up mid season and showed steady progress with the QMJHL team. Wilson is a forward who scored twice in a loss in Cape Breton on the final weekend and Sibley scored his first of the season in the Sea Dogs final game. John Moore spoke with Dixon prior to a game in Halifax. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: @rinkrant Instagram: @sportsandmoore Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
Views: 1136 John Moore
Captain Blood Blood & The Sea Dogs
Footage of CBB&TSD live at Hoxton bar 20th September. Don't know the song title, they were very good.
Views: 986 Staggeringbill
Definitive Proof That Sea Lions Are Just Dogs That Live in the Sea
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Views: 69825 Waggle TV
Sea Dogs named to All Star teams
The Sea Dogs were rained out on Wednesday but the rosters for the Eastern League All Star game and the MLB Futures game were announced.
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Saint John Sea Dogs 2017-18 Goal Horn
Saint John Sea Dogs Goal Horn used during the 2017-18 QMJHL season. ================================== 0:00 Reverb 0:50 No Reverb ================================== Thanks to NHLHornsandSongs for the horn and song! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCISPKUhqJJxxVS3dFq_FNVA ================================== 🎵Song: DJ Kool-Let Me Clear My Throat ================================== Follow me on twitter and Instagram here! 🐦 www.twitter.com/n2balex 📷 www.instagram,com/n2balex ================================== 🐻 Check out my Bruins Blog at http://bruins.frozenfaceoff.net/ ==================================
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Old Sea Dogs
Kevin Gagne and Stephen MacAulay were teammates with the Saint John Sea Dogs in the QMJHL. MacAulay is coming off season with Florida Everblades and Gagne played pro in Sweden. Here the two hook up for a goal during this morning's training session with JP MacCallum in Halifax. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/rinkrant Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
Views: 455 John Moore
Mooseheads recognize Sea Dogs in Pre Game
Halifax Mooseheads recognize 3 members of the Saint John Sea Dogs for their contributions to Canada's Silver medal at the 2917 World Junior Hockey championships. Julien Gauthier, Thomas Chabot and Mathieu Joseph are called to centre ice and presented with plaques by Mooseheads VP of Business Operations Brian Urquhart. Gauthier was the only of the trio who played in the game as Chabot was injured and Joseph was supended. The Scotiabank Centre fans were classy as expected rising for a standing ovation. Website: http://sportsandmoore.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/rinkrant Facebook: http://facebook.com/sportsandmoore
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Sea Dogs & Mooseheads react to Bent/Imama incident
QMJHL Disciplinary Prefect Raymond Bolduc will be handed out suspensions this weekend after an altercation during the 2nd period of the Saint John Sea Dogs / Halifax Mooseheads game at ScotiaBank Centre. It all started with 20 year old Kelly Bent and 15 year old Joe Veleno along the boards near the Saint John bench and eventually Bokondji Imama left the bench to try and get to Bent despite being restrained by the offcials. Both Bent and Imama were ejected.
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GALIEV SENDS DOGS BACK TO FINAL - Audio by Tim Roszell News 88.9 & Nathan White Stanislav Galiev's overtime goal gave the Saint John Sea Dogs a 4-3 win over the Chicoutimi Sagueneens Saturday and booked them a spot in their third straight President's Cup final. Galiev also scored in regulation, Zack Phillips had a goal and an assist and Charlie Coyle tallied the other Saint John goal as the Sea Dogs captured the best-of-seven Quebec Major Junior Hockey League semifinal series in five games. Mathieu Corbeil made 38 saves, several of them in spectacular fashion, to earn the win in the Saint John net. Steve Lebel figured in on all three Chicoutimi goals, scoring one and setting up singles by Dominic Poulin and Yoan Pinette. Christopher Gibson had 39 saves in a losing cause for the Sagueneens. Sagueneens captain Gabriel Vermette turned in an outstanding two-way effort, setting up the tying goal late in the third period, and putting his body on the line to save at least three sure goals. The Dogs were down a man early when Danick Gauthier was called for slashing at 2:40 of the first. Chicoutimi had a chance when Jeremy Gregoire got in behind the defence, but Corbeil made the pad save and stood tall on the rebound try by Etienne Brodeur as well. The Sea Dogs then got the benefit of a fortunate bounce on a power play of their own at 7:40. Gauthier's one-timer from the right-wing circle deflected off defender Gabriel Bourret towards Coyle in front, then off the red-hot forward and into the net. Nathan Beaulieu was also credited with an assist on the goal, Coyle's league-leading 14th. Just 10 seconds later the Dogs got some more luck when Gibson gave the puck away from behind his own net. Phillips managed not to trip over Galiev as the pair drooled over the chance in front, and the Fredericton product buried it to make it 2-0. Tomas Jurco was credited with an assist for getting a touch on the turnover. Fortune turned Chicoutimi's way at the end of the period when Bourret's point shot hit Lebel in the back and bounced over Corbeil into the net to make it 2-1 at 18:57. In the final seconds of the period, Jonathan Huberdeau was hauled down on a partial breakaway, setting up a full two-minute power play for the Sea Dogs with fresh ice to start the second. But the Sags were able to kill the penalty, highlighted by captain Gabriel Vermette laying out to block a pair of Sea Dogs shots. Saint John outshot Chicoutimi 20-10 in the first and at one point in the second held a 25-11 advantage, but the Sags seized the momentum as the middle frame wore on. Chicoutimi outshot Saint John 9-2 in the latter half of the period, and equalized on Poulin's rifle from the high slot at 12:35. Corbeil was under siege on the ensuing shift, but stared down Brodeur to make a shoulder save. Gauthier had a chance to put the Dogs back in front when Huberdeau set him up in the slot with just under six minutes to go but Gibson denied him from point-blank range. Several solid saves from Corbeil and a miss from the slot on a golden opportunity by Steve Lebel kept the game tied heading into the third. The Sags kept the pressure on early in the third, generating several chances, but Corbeil was a rock again, particularly as he recovered to make a right pad save on a Guillaume Asselin rebound try to his right. Saint John took the lead on Galiev's first of the night at 9:21. Villemaire won a puck down low and out front to the Russian sniper, who maneuvered it to his forehand in a hurry and tucked it low to Gibson's left. But as they did time and time again throughout the series, the Sagueneens came back, getting the tying goal off the stick of Yoan Pinette at 14:48. The goal was video reviewed as the net was off its moorings, but the officials allowed the call to stand, sending the game to overtime. The extra frame featured furious action with chances at both ends until Galiev ended it at 11:19. Galiev forced turnover at his own blue line, rocketed up the right wing, stickhandled his way to the net and got a shot past Gibson for the winner. Game 1 of the President's Cup final will be held at Harbour Station Friday against either the Halifax Mooseheads or the Rimouski Oceanic. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Harbour Station box office and can also be obtained by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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LAST-MINUTE GOAL TAMES WILDCATS Audio Tim Roszell News 88.9 Video - Merrill's Vision The Saint John Sea Dogs waited until the eleventh hour but finally came away with a 1-0 win over the Moncton Wildcats Thursday. Tomas Jurco deflected Nathan Beaulieu's point shot with 8.5 seconds to go and Mathieu Corbeil recorded his team-record fifth shutout as the Dogs won their fourth straight to improve to 35-13-0-2. Roman Will made 45 saves in a losing cause and was named first star for the Wildcats, who fell to 22-21-3-2. Saint John earned four points in the Brunswick News Rivalry Cup: three for the regulation win and one for breaking the 4,000-fan mark with a crowd of 4,265. The Sea Dogs now hold a 14.5-11.5 edge in the Rivalry Cup standings. The Sea Dogs outshot the Wildcats 18-6 in the first period, but were unable to solve Will. Pierre Durepos came close when he fired a shot off the post on a power play midway through the frame. Tomas Jurco had another highlight-reel chance with just over five minutes to go, completing a full spinorama at speed down the right wing, but Will stopped him cold. Ryan Tesink made his return to the lineup after recovering from a knee injury that required surgery, exactly two months to the day from his last game. The Saint John native may have had a bit too much pent-up energy, however, as he was ejected for abuse of officials at 18:06 of the first after receiving penalties for roughing and unsportsmanlike conduct. The Dogs had a golden opportunity to break the deadlock early in the second period, as Devon MacAusland and Patrick Downe took penalties seven seconds apart, giving Saint John nearly two minutes of 5-on-3 advantage. The Dogs were all around the net and had several chances but were unable to score. Danick Gauthier had a short-handed chance later in the frame with the Dogs short-handed, as he broke in alone from the right wing, and tried to wait out Will, but the goalie stayed with him and stopped his forehand shot. The shot clock was even more lopsided in the second period, with Saint John holding a 16-3 edge, but the score remained at zeroes. Gauthier had another man-down opportunity midway through the third, when Jonathan Huberdeau threaded the needle and sent him in on a breakaway, but once again Will stopped his shot. After Moncton killed a late power play, the Sea Dogs broke through in the final minute. Beaulieu threw a shot on goal from the left point and Jurco got enough of it to fool Will and deflect it into the back of the net. Pierre Durepos picked up the other assist on the goal, Jurco's 24th of the season. Saint John is at home again Sunday against the Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, a 3 p.m. start at Harbour Station. Four-ticket family packages are available for just $46 to all Sunday games. Tickets are available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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Portland Sea Dogs "Pink out the Park" to raise breast cancer awareness
The Portland Sea Dogs were seen wearing pink jerseys during their game against the Trenton Thunder on Saturday to raise breast cancer awareness. Subscribe to WMTW on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1lLKmoE Get more Monterey news: http://wmtw.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wmtwtv Follow us: http://twitter.com/WMTWTV Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WMTWNews8
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Sea Of Thieves - A Salty Sea Dogs Adventure - Episode 1
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EP.144.0 09-23-2011 QMJHL Saint John Sea Dogs VS Val-d'Or Foreurs
Audio Provided by Tim Roszell News 88.9 The Saint John Sea Dogs needed a shootout to edge the Val-d'Or Foreurs 5-4 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Friday. Aidan Kelly had the shootout winner to give Saint John the victory before a crowd of 3,321 fans at Harbour Station. Stanislav Galiev scored in his return from Washington Capitals camp, while Jason Cameron, Mackenzie Brown and Stephen Anderson added singles. Mathieu Corbeil, back from Columbus Blue Jackets camp, made 31 saves for the win as the Dogs dressed just 15 skaters, including Pierre Durepos, who returned from Los Angeles Kings camp. Benjamin Casavant had two goals and an assist for Val-d'Or, and linemate Michael Beaudry had three assists. The Foreurs got singles from Artem Sergeev and former Sea Dog Nicolas Larocque-Marcoux, while Francois Tremblay made 24 saves in the loss. The fans were treated to a special visit from Jaques Plante Trophy winner, and Sea Dogs Memorial Cup goaltender Jacob Deserres, who dropped the puck in the ceremonial opening face-off. The Foreurs gained the man advantage at 2:05 and didn't waste any time, with Casavant converting only 16 seconds later. At the 11:03 mark, Anderson made a play for the puck and forced a turnover in the neutral zone. Breaking in down the left wing, Anderson powered past the defender and slid a backhander past Tremblay to tie the game at 1-1. The play from the Sea Dogs was strong and aggressive after that, and at 15:50, Galiev potted a top-shelf goal for his first of the season on a pass from behind the net from Scott Oke to make it 2-1 in favour of the Dogs. Less than two minutes later, Val d'Or tied it up on a jumbled play in front of Corbeil and the score would remain 2-2 to end the first. Brown chased down a rebound on a point shot from Gagne at 6:06 for his first career QMJHL goal. With the pressure sustained in the Foreurs end, Cameron sniped his first of the year at 8:43 of the second on a nice play kept alive by Spencer MacDonald. MacDonald stretched out to keep the puck in the offensive zone. After a cycle down low, Kelly sent it back up to MacDonald who fed Cameron a one-time pass he fired into the top corner over Tremblay to make it 4-2. One constant in the game was the play of returnee Galiev. Always a threat, Galiev worked magic, showing off why the Capitals chose him in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft in the third round (86th overall). Sergeev got Val-d'Or back within one on a power play at 3:26 of the third, and the Foreurs outshot the Sea Dogs 15-2 in the frame. But Corbeil nearly made the one-goal margin stand, including a spectacular toe save Casavant with less than five minutes to go. But despite Corbeil's best efforts, Marcoux tied it up with 2.3 seconds remaining, finishing a heads-up pass from behind the net by Beaudry. With overtime solving nothing, the game headed to a shootout. Galiev, Danick Gauthier and Scott Oke were unable to solve Tremblay at one end, while Jean-François Leblanc, Casvant and Marcoux were stopped by Corbeil. In the fourth round of the shootout Aidan Kelly snapped one by Tremblay to break the deadlock, and Corbeil stood tall against Beaudry to seal the win.
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Port Sunlight Sea Dogs at the Neston Victorian Christmas Festival 2017
2nd December 2017. The PSSD performed songs in the afternoon and in the evening. It was raining on and off in the afternoon and the evening.
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SEA DOGS DOWN REMPARTS Audio - Tim Roszell Video - Merrill's Vision / Rogers Sportsnet Gauthier reaches 40-goal mark in 4-1 win over Quebec; Three assists for Huberdeau The Saint John Sea Dogs jumped out to an early lead and cruised to a 4-1 win over the Quebec Remparts Friday. Tomas Jurco and Danick Gauthier had a goal and an assist each and Jonathan Huberdeau racked up three assists before a sold-out crowd of 6,327 and a national television audience on Rogers Sportsnet. Maxime Villemaire and Stanislav Galiev chipped in singles and Mathieu Corbeil made 25 saves for the win. The Sea Dogs improved to 41-14-0-2 and remain first overall in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Gauthier's goal gave him 40 on the season, as he became the fourth Sea Dog to reach the milestone mark, joining Scott Howes (42 in 2007-08), Jonathan Huberdeau (43 in 2010-11) and franchise record holder Mike Hoffman (46 in 2009-10). Anthony Duclair had the Quebec goal as the Remparts fell to 34-15-5-2. Francois Brassard allowed three goals on 13 shots before giving way to Louis Domingue, who stopped 24 of 25 the rest of the way. Jurco opened the scoring at 6:18 with a bank shot off Brassard. Huberdeau and Gauthier picked up the assists on the goal, Jurco's 28th of the season. Villemaire doubled the lead thanks to an unselfish play by Charles Roussel. The 20-year-old defenceman had the puck in a great shooting position in the high slot, waited Brassard out then dished a no-look backhand pass to Villemaire. Villemaire fired into a wide open net for his 13th of the year, with the other assist going to Nathan Beaulieu. Gauthier hit the 40-goal plateau just 22 seconds later, collecting a Pierre Durepos shot off the back boards and knocking it in to make it 3-0. Huberdeau picked up the other assist on the goal, which brought Brassard's night to an end. The Sea Dogs outshot the Remparts 18-6 in the first period, but Corbeil had to make a tough save on a late power play. The overage netminder slid to his left to make a pad stop on Adam Erne in close and keep the 3-0 score line intact. Galiev ran the lead to 4-0 with his seventh of the season at 8:04 of the second period. After Huberdeau cycled to Jurco, the slick Slovakian fanned on a good shooting opportunity, but Galiev pounced on the loose puck in the slot and snapped it high to Domingue's blocker side. Duclair broke the shutout at 17:32 of the middle frame, slipping a bouncing puck between Corbeil's right leg and the post. It was the 23rd goal of the season for the impressive 16-year-old, with assists going to Frederick Roy and top 2012 NHL Entry Draft prospect Mikhail Grigorenko. After being outshot 14-10 in the second, Quebec held a 10-6 shots edge in the final frame, but the Remparts were unable to get another puck past Corbeil and the 4-1 score stood. Fans looking for the absolute best value of the season can take advantage of the Toonie Tuesday promotion at Saint John's next game. Youth upper-bowl tickets to the 7 p.m. game against the Halifax Mooseheads are available for just $2 (plus $1 service charge) with the purchase of an adult ticket. Tickets are available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca. Fans are reminded to cash in their flex packs early as just five home games remain.
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The Saint John Sea Dogs stormed back from a two-goal deficit to best the Shawinigan Cataractes 3-2 in overtime Saturday. Nathan Beaulieu fired home the winner after goals by Oliver Cooper and Zack Phillips drew the Sea Dogs even. Mathieu Corbeil made 37 saves for the win. It was the 15th straight home victory for the Sea Dogs, who remain first overall in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League at 25-7-0-1. Phillips extended his team-record points streak to 21 games, the longest in the league this season. Max Le Sieur and Michael Bournival scored for Shawinigan and Gabriel Girard made 29 saves in the loss. The first power play of the game went to the Sea Dogs, but Shawinigan almost scored a short-handed marker when a forechecking Felix-Antoine Bergeron intercepted a Corbeil clearance. Bergeron blindly threw the puck along the ice toward the unguarded cage and it skittered just wide. It was a back-and-forth first period with chances at both ends, but Le Sieur tallied the opening marker at 16:04, burying a rebound after an outstanding save by Corbeil. Saint John had a couple of chances to equalize late in the frame. With just over a minute to go, Stephen MacAulay found Cooper out front with a pinpoint feed from behind the net, but Girard denied the rookie. Tomas Jurco and Phillips then had a chance on a 2-on-1 in the dying seconds, but again Girard shut the door. The Sea Dogs got into penalty trouble early in the second period, with Charles Roussel sent off for hooking at 1:45 and Beaulieu for high-sticking at 2:26. The Dogs were six seconds from killing the first penalty when Bournival took a pass to Corbeil's left on his backhand and deftly switched to the forehand to find the back of the net and make it 2-0. The Cataractes thought they had another goal on a goalmouth scramble shortly thereafter, but a long video review confirmed that the puck stayed out of the net. The Dogs had a power-play chance of their own when Dillon Donnelly was called for hooking at 4:45 and generated several opportunities. Danick Gauthier may have had the best when, parked to Girard's left, he corralled a Phillips rebound off the back boards, but he couldn't switch to his forehand in time. The Sea Dogs whistled a handful of shots just wide, and just as the penalty expired MacAulay made a nice feed to Roussel, whose shot generated a big rebound. But the play was whistled down to boos from the Harbour Station fans as the referee apparently lost sight of the puck. Saint John finally broke through on Cooper's goal at 12:49 of the second. Stephen Anderson deflected an Ian Saab pass into the zone, Scott Oke won a puck battle behind the net and threaded the needle to Cooper in front. The rookie got the puck upstairs in a hurry for his eighth of the year to make it 2-1. Corbeil made several solid saves to keep it that way late in the middle frame. He denied Bournival on a 2-on-1, standing his ground to bat away the Colorado Avalanche prospect's wrist shot with his left arm. The 20-year-old goalie also kicked out two nice pad stops in the final two minutes. Girard, his overage counterpart at the other end, was sharp as well. After Jurco fluttered a backhand pass to Gauthier on the left wing, Girard turned away his shot with the glove hand. Phillips scored the tying goal at 4:42 of the third. After a great keep-in by Kevin Gagne at the left point, he got to puck to Jurco in the right-wing corner. Jurco fed Phillips in the high slot and he rang a shot off the post and crossbar for his 17th of the year, extending his points streak to 21 games. Corbeil made sure the game got to overtime, robbing Kirill Kabanov with the paddle as he sprawled to his left with about six and a half minutes to go. He also benefited from a little luck when Anton Zlobin fired a shot off the post with five minutes left. In overtime, Peter Sakaris took a penalty for goaltender interference when he tripped up Corbeil, setting up a 4-on-3 power play. The Dogs took advantage, when Beaulieu's point shot found its way through at 1:57 of the extra frame. Danick Gauthier picked up the lone assist on the goal, Beaulieu's eighth. Saint John plays the second of four straight home games Sunday against the Chicoutimi Sagueneens (3 p.m.) Jersey auctions from the Memorial Cup championship team continue with the sweaters of Scott Oke (No. 15), Gabriel Bourret (No. 5) and Alexandre Beauregard (No. 25) up for bid. Tickets are available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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SEA DOGS CAP BARRAGE WITH SHOOTOUT WIN SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- The Saint John Sea Dogs pelted Prince Edward Island Rocket goalie Evan Mosher with a team-record 67 shots before finally earning a 3-2 shootout win Tuesday at Harbour Station. Mosher stood on his head for the Rocket, making several incredible saves and stymieing wave after wave of Saint John shooters. Tomas Jurco and Michael Kirkpatrick were the only Sea Dogs able to beat Mosher in regulation time, and both had to bat pucks out of mid-air to do it. Kirkpatrick also had an assist, while Stephen MacAulay assisted on both markers. Mathieu Corbeil made 15 saves and two of three in the shootout to earn the win in his Sea Dogs debut. Alex Noel and Samuel Morneau had the goals for P.E.I. while Mosher was named first star with 65 saves and another in the shootout. Jurco and Jonathan Huberdeau did the damage in the shootout for Saint John while Jamie MacIntyre was the lone Rocket shooter to bulge the twine in the breakaway contest. With the win Saint John improves to 34-5-0-2 and becomes the first team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League to clinch a playoff spot this season. P.E.I. fell to 20-18-1-3. Noel banged in a rebound for his sixth goal of the year to open the scoring at 9:21 of the first period, with assists from Matthew Hobbs and Ben Duffy. The lopsided shots margin emerged early, with Saint John holding a 20-5 edge in the opening frame, but Mosher was equal to the task. In the second period, the Sea Dogs held a 28-4 advantage in shots, tying a team record for shots in a period, but only managed to trade goals with the Rocket. Jurco evened the score 10:56 into the second with an incredible skill play, batting in a rebound out of the air with his backhand after Mosher made and amazing blocker save on MacAulay. Kirkpatrick drew the other assist on the goal, Jurco's 18th. But at 12:24, Morneau got a shot through Corbeil for his 23rd of the year, with assists going to Andrej Nestrasil and Philippe Paradis. Corbeil wasn't tested often, but made a great save of his own midway through the third period, denying Rocket captain Travis McIsaac on the doorstep. Mosher's most miraculous save may have been on Zack Phillips, who fired the record-setting 57th shot of the night from point-blank range to Mosher's right. After a great cross-ice setup by Nathan Beaulieu, Mosher slid across to deny the Phillips one-timer. Kirkpatrick finally found the net when he knocked Pierre Durepos' knuckleball shot out of the air to tie it 2-2 at 12:43 of the third. Mosher was determined to steal a point for his team, with another highlight-reel save to rob Stanislav Galiev in close late. Only deadly shootout snipers Jurco and Huberdeau, both with YouTube-worthy dekes, were able to secure the win for Saint John. Corbeil, meanwhile, stopped Morneau and Andrej Nestrasil to clinch the shootout win after allowing the first shot to MacIntyre.
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Saint John Sea Dogs using Power Edge Pro
The 2011 CHL Memorial Cup Champions, Saint John Sea Dogs, use the Power Edge Pro training system. This video was captured during their very first training, and includes Head Coach Gerard Gallant's views on the system following the session.
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EP.148.0 10-09-2011 QMJHL Saint John Sea Dogs VS Victoriaville Tigres
Audio provided by Tim Roszell News 88.9 The Saint John Sea Dogs beat the Victoriaville Tigres 6-2 Sunday in a highly entertaining, physical affair between two competitive rivals. The Tigres had topped Saint John 7-0 in Victoriaville last weekend to add another chapter to the rivalry that has seen the Dogs eliminate them in the past two Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoffs. The Sea Dogs responded with an inspired effort Sunday, led by first star Jonathan Huberdeau, who enjoyed his second multi-point game in as many nights, scoring a goal and adding two assists. Second star Ryan Tesink scored twice, while Zack Phillips, Nathan Beaulieu and third star Charles Roussel tallied a goal and an assist each. Stephen MacAulay chipped in two assists and Mathieu Corbeil made 25 saves for the win. Stefan Fournier and Pierre-Luc Pelletier scored for the Tigres and David Honzik made 27 saves in the loss The win was Saint John's fifth straight at home, as the Sea Dogs improved to 7-4, while Victoriaville fell to 8-4. The Dogs opened the scoring on a 4-on-4 at 5:39 of the first period. Roussel made a nice move to cut in from the right point and around a defender, then ripped a wrist shot off the crossbar that bounced right to Huberdeau for his first of the year. Phillips recorded the other assist. Beaulieu, who was in the box during the 4-on-4, jumped out just in time to join the play and tuck in a rebound to make it 2-0 at 7:32. Danick Gauthier and Tomas Jurco assisted on the goal, Beaulieu's second of the season. Roussel, the 20-year-old defenceman who made his Sea Dogs debut Saturday, gave the crowd a taste of his open-ice hitting ability on the following shift, levelling Francois Godin in the defensive zone to set up a chance for Gauthier at the other end. Gauthier tangled with Victoriaville captain Phillip Danault with eight minutes to go in the first, one of two fights in the frame, and three on the night. Huberdeau had a chance short-handed on 3-on-1 with less than three minutes to go, but lost the handle. Fournier scored later in the power play, at 17:54, to cut the lead in half. Beaulieu and Tigres scoring leader Yanni Gourde then engaged in fisticuffs at centre ice with 90 seconds to go in the opening frame. Phillips had a chance to restore the two-goal margin in the first minute of the second period, ripping a wrist shot off the post from low in the left-wing circle. He would not be denied a few minutes later, however, as he dangled to his forehand in tight and roofed a shot to Honzik's glove side to make it 3-1. Huberdeau had the lone assist on the goal, the fourth of the year for Phillips. The posts were a magnet for Sea Dogs shots on this afternoon, as Pierre Durepos fired a wrist shot off the iron shortly after the Phillips goal. Saint John then faced a tough test, as Ian Saab was ejected for boarding and fighting Simon Darveau, leaving his teammates to kill a full seven-minute power play. The Dogs didn't just survive the penalty kill, they thrived, with Huberdeau feeding Tesink a beautiful backhand saucer pass to set up a short-handed goal at 7:31. Kevin Gagne picked up the other assist. The great penalty killing continued, including big shot blocks by Tesink and Jason Cameron, and many in the crowd of 3,141 gave their team a standing ovation for the outstanding effort. Victoriaville cut the lead to 4-2 at 17:54 of the second. Corbeil appeared to have the puck frozen, but there was no whistle, and Pelletier was allowed to knock it in as the goaltender lifted his glove. Corbeil came up with a huge save early in the third, stopping Vincent Marcoux from point-blank range. On the same shift, the Dogs went the other way and scored, with Beaulieu unloading a low shot from the left point that Tesink got a piece of to make it 5-2. MacAulay picked up the other assist on the goal, Tesink's second of the night and third of the season. Roussel rounded out the scoring with his second in as many nights at 18:02 of the final frame, with assists from MacAulay and Pierre Durepos.
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GAUTHIER GIVES DOGS WIN OVER OLYMPIQUES Audio - Tim Roszell News 88.9 Video - Merrill's Vision Danick Gauthier moved back into a tie for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League lead in goals as his game-winner lifted the Saint John Sea Dogs to a 3-2 victory over the Gatineau Olympiques Wednesday. Gauthier's 33rd created what has become a familiar scoreline between the two sides, as three of the six games in last year's President's Cup final were 3-2 contests, including Saint John's Cup-clinching Game 6 win in Gatineau. Zack Phillips had a goal and two assists and was named first star for the Sea Dogs, while Maxime Villemaire scored in his debut and was named third star. Aidan Kelly had two assists and Mathieu Corbeil made 26 saves for his league-leading 24th win. A crowd of 4,237 watched Saint John win its second straight at home and improve to 30-12-0-2. Jean-Gabriel Pageau had both Gatineau goals and Francois Lacerte stopped 35 shots in a losing cause. Villemaire wasted no time winning over the Saint John fans, scoring from in close on his first shift thanks to a nice pass from Phillips behind the net. Kelly had the other assist on the goal, the former Drummondville Voltigeur's ninth of the season. The Sea Dogs nearly made it 2-0 when Jason Cameron deflected a Pierre Durepos point shot and the puck landed directly on top of the net. The shots were 8-1 at one point in the first, as it took Gatineau nearly seven minutes to record its first shot on goal. Villemaire had another chance about 10 minutes in, splitting the defence with speed and taking it to the net, but Lacerte stood his ground to make the save. The Gatineau goaltender made an incredible save on the next shift, robbing Brock Morrison on a rebound with a quick reaction save. Saint John held a 15-6 lead on the shot clock after one, but allowed Gatineau to get even in the second. The Dogs again could have seized a two-goal lead, this time on a power play early in the frame, but Gauthier missed the net on a cross-ice feed from Phillips. Phillips scored a goal of his own on a 2-on-1 with Kelly at 8:16 of the second, snapping a shot past Lacerte to make it 2-0. It was the 21st goal of the year for the acting captain. The 'Piques got one back off the stick of Pageau at 10:39, and threatened to equalize when Saint John took three straight penalties, giving Gatineau over five minutes of power-play time, including about a minute of 5-on-3. But Saint John escaped the threat with some good penalty killing and a got bit of luck when Adam Chapman took a pass in front but missed a wide open net. Corbeil also came up with several saves, the best when he flashed the glove to rob Pageau from point-blank range with 5:24 to go. Saint John had another golden opportunity to go up by two when Morrison took advantage of turnover in front, but Lacerte stopped his deke, and Stephen Anderson on the rebound. Gatineau then scored a short-hander, when Christian Ouellet deked out Corbeil and feathered a pass around the goalie to Pageau for a tap-in at 18:57. The Dogs came back the other way and scored on the power play, however, with Gauthier taking a feed from Phillips down low and getting a backhander upstairs over Lacerte's blocker on the short side. Durepos had the other assist on Gauthier's 33rd goal, which gave Saint John a 3-2 lead heading into the second intermission. Saint John was able to hold on to that advantage, outshooting the Olympiques 10-7 in the final frame. Gatineau pulled Lacerte in the final minute in favour of the extra attacker, but could not get a shot past Corbeil. The Sea Dogs are on the road Saturday in Halifax to take on the Mooseheads, a 7 p.m. start. Tim Roszell will have the call on News 88.9 FM. Fans can also catch all the action online via the official TELUS QMJHL webcast (click HERE to order; charges apply). Saint John returns home Thursday to face the Memorial Cup host Shawinigan Cataractes at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Harbour Station box office, by calling 506-657-1234 or online at www.tickets.harbourstation.ca.
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SEA DOGS EDGE OCEANIC AGAIN - Audio Tim Roszell News 88.9 - Video Merrill's Vision Charlie Coyle set a new team record for playoff scoring as the Saint John Sea Dogs seized a 2-0 lead in the President's Cup final with a 3-2 win in Game 2 Saturday. Coyle scored a short-handed penalty shot goal, and set up a power-play marker by Tomas Jurco to increase his Quebec Major Junior Hockey League-best points total to 32. That's one more than the mark set by Michael Kirkpatrick in 2010. Danick Gauthier also scored for the Sea Dogs and Mathieu Corbeil made 14 saves for the win. Petr Straka had both Rimouski goals and Jacob Chouinard stopped 29 in a losing cause. Corbeil got some help from the goaltender's best friend in the first period. A minute into the game, Straka ripped a wrist shot off the post to Corbeil's left. The fans were once again on their feet and into the game from the opening faceoff. Charles Roussel delivered two big hits in quick succession in the sixth minute to pump them up even more. First the overage defenceman drilled Straka into the Dogs bench, then later in the shift he levelled Peter Trainor at the blueline. With less than five minutes to go in the opening frame the Oceanic hit the post again. This time is was a trailing Casey Babineau ringing a shot off the pipe to Corbeil's right. The Sea Dogs outshot Rimouski 14-4 in the first period and their best chance may have been a Nathan Beaulieu breakaway as he jumped out of the penalty box to rejoin play with a minute left. But Chouinard stopped his slap shot to preserve the scoreless tie. With 4.4 seconds remaining in the frame, Gauthier was called for checking from behind, setting off a heated scrum. Several players exchanged words and shoves as the bad blood in this series continued to build. The Sea Dogs got things going offensively during a 4-on-4 situation at 6:12 of the second period. With the extra open ice, Gauthier was able to get a clear shot from the left-wing faceoff dot and he snapped it over Chouinard's glove and into the top corner for his 10th. Jason Seed and Kevin Gagne assisted on the goal, which was so well-placed it actually stayed lodged in the top corner until a Rimouski player knocked it out. Just 50 seconds later, as Roussel jumped out of the box to create a short power play, Jurco stickhandled a rebound to his backhand and lifted it high over Chouinard's glove from the slot. Coyle and Spencer MacDonald assisted on the goal, Jurco's 10th. Coyle set his record in style, making it 3-0 with a short-handed penalty shot goal at 11:36. With the Dogs down 4-on-3, Coyle broke away, but was held by Alex Belzile, and a penalty shot called. With the Harbour Station faithful cheering him on, Coyle almost lost the handle on the puck, but recovered to deke to his forehand and beat Chouinard for his 15th. The Oceanic broke the shutout on just their eighth shot of the game, with Straka converting a rebound at 15:50 of the second to make it 3-1. The Sea Dogs frustrated the Oceanic with tenacious forechecking for most of the third period, not letting Rimouski set up much in the way of a comfortable breakout. With the Rimouski net empty and under two minutes to go, the Dogs missed a couple of chances to ice the victory with an empty-netter. Then with 1:04 to go, the Oceanic took advantage of the extra attacker to draw back within one. Straka struck again, this time firing a shot from the left wing across Corbeil's body to make it 3-2. But the Dogs held the fort, keeping Rimouski from setting up another dangerous opportunity in the final seconds. Games 3, 4 and 5 (if necessary) are set for Rimouski on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Tim Roszell will have the call on News 88.9 FM and fans can also catch all the action online via the official TELUS QMJHL webcast (click HERE to order; charges apply).
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Sea Dogs lose fourth in a row
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Sea Dogs split doubleheader
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Holy Donuts, Portland Observatory,  Portland Sea Dogs, and More! - Maine Road Trip - Day 4
It was a touristy fun filled day on our last full day in Portland, Maine! Holy Donuts were delicious. The views from the top of the Observatory were great and we had lots of fun at the baseball game! music credits: MBB -Wake Up & Feel Good John deley and Otis McDonald for the intro and outro music pieces.
SEA DOGS CLINCH RIVALRY CUP IN WIN OVER WILDCATS SAINT JOHN -- After a lopsided win in their last meeting, the Saint John Sea Dogs needed a shootout to come out on top of a close battle with the Moncton Wildcats Sunday by a 3-2 score. Tomas Jurco and Stanislav Galiev scored third-period goals to send the game to overtime, then Jurco and Jonathan Huberdeau scored in the shootout for the extra point. Eric Gelinas had two assists, while Jacob DeSerres stopped 23 shots and two more in the shootout for the win. James Melindy and Marek Hrivik were credited with the Moncton goals, while Steve Gleeson made 37 saves in a losing cause. It was the 11th straight win for Saint John, which improved to 46-5-1-2 atop the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League standings, while Moncton sits at 27-20-2-5. The sold-out crowd of 6,488 at Harbour Station gave the Sea Dogs three points in the Brunswick News Rivalry Cup, to go with two for the shootout win for a total of five. Moncton picked up a point for the shootout loss to bring the standings to 27-10 as Saint John clinched the Cup for the first time in its three-year history. Melindy opened the scoring at 12:05 of the physical first period. His knuckler from the right point found its way through traffic for his third of the year, giving Moncton a 1-0 lead. DeSerres kept the lead at one goal with a huge right pad save on Hrivik with just 40 seconds to go in the frame, and Sea Dogs defenseman Eric Gelinas ended the period with a big hit on Wildcats captain Simon Jodoin. Gleeson made a great save of his own with five minutes to go in the second period, diving to his left to deny Phillips after Nathan Beaulieu started a rush and passing play with Huberdeau. A Beaulieu hit was called for a cross-check later on the shift, much to the dismay of the Saint John crowd. Hrivik capitalized with his 24th of the year on the ensuing power play to make it 2-0 at 15:39 of the second. The Sea Dogs started the comeback early in the third period. Gelinas unleashed a point shot that struck Wildcats defenseman Lance Pridham in the helmet, shattering his visor. The puck bounced to Jurco, who tapped it in for his 26th of the year just after a power play expired. Galiev brought the Sea Dogs back even at 4:21, snapping one shot off Jodoin's feet, then following through on another rocket that beat Gleeson high to the glove side. The Wildcats called a timeout at that point, and were able to settle down and get the game to overtime. With six seconds remaining in the third, the Wildcats were given a power play, as Huberdeau was called for goaltender interference, once again raising the ire of the Saint John crowd. But the Dogs weathered the storm, setting up the dramatic shootout finish. After Gleeson and DeSerres exchanged saves, Saint John shootout specialist Tomas Jurco stepped to centre ice, and delivered yet another jaw-dropping move. Jurco shifted both skates in a partial turn, then quickly cut back to his forehand, going upstairs on Gleeson. DeSerres then stopped Alex Saulnier to set up Huberdeau's clincher. The Dogs are back in action on Friday, Feb. 18, Hockey Day in Saint John. Fans are encouraged to wear their favourite hockey jersey to the 7:30 p.m. game against the Val-d'Or Foreurs. On Saturday, Feb. 19 the Sea Dogs will be paying tribute to the Saint John Flames, as they take on the Shawinigan Cataractes at 7 p.m. Special throwback jerseys will be worn by the players and auctioned off, and former Flames Marty Murray and Doug Doull will be in attendance, along with the Calder Cup and other memorabilia.
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SEA DOGS SWEEP SEASON SERIES WITH WILDCATS Friday, March 5, 2011 SAINT JOHN -- For the first time in the history of the rivalry between the two teams, the Saint John Sea Dogs swept the season series against the Moncton Wildcats, thanks to a 5-4 overtime win Friday. On a night that started with the Sea Dogs receiving the Brunswick News Rivalry Cup for the first time, Stanislav Galiev capped it with the overtime winner 16 seconds into the extra frame. Danick Gauthier, Michael Kirkpatrick, Jonathan Huberdeau and third star Mike Thomas also scored as the Dogs remained undefeated on home ice in regulation time. Nathan Beaulieu had two assists and was named first star. Mathieu Corbeil's 23 saves were enough for the win before a sellout crowd of 6,428, as the Sea Dogs improved to 52-6-1-2 (including eight wins over the Wildcats and a 29-0-1-1 home mark). Second star Ted Stephens led the Wildcats with two goals and an assist, Marek Hrivik had a goal and two assists and Cole MacMillan added a single. Brandon Thibeau made 31 saves as the Cats fell to 30-22-3-7. Brunswick News editor-in-chief Rob Warner presented the Brunswick News Rivalry Cup to the Sea Dogs before the game. The teams then exchanged four rebound goals in the first 12 minutes of a scrambly first period. Gauthier opened the scoring with his 10th of the year, from Alexandre Beauregard and Ryan Tesink, at 2:06, then MacMillan made it 1-1 at 4:12. Kirkpatrick's 29th put the Dogs back in the lead on a power play at 8:23, with assists from Beaulieu and Huberdeau, but Hrivik's 34th drew Moncton back even on another power play at 11:51. Huberdeau's 37th came on yet another man advantage at 14:21. It was the prettiest of the period, and sent Saint John into the intermission with a 3-2 lead. Beaulieu made an incredible move to keep the puck in at the left point, then fired a precise pass across the zone through two defenders to Huberdeau down low. Saint John's leading scorer buried for his second point of the night, giving him 93, just two short of Chris DiDomenico's single-season Sea Dogs record. The first half of the second period was scoreless, but once again a power play proved to be the difference, with Stephens scoring on a long shot that eluded Corbeil at 12:06. But Thomas put the Dogs back in front, as he took advantage of a Moncton turnover in the zone and roofed a wrist shot high to Thibeau's glove side to make it 4-3. The goal, the 14th of the year for Thomas, was unassisted. The Thomas goal looked like it might stand as the winner, but Stephens fired home his second at 15:37 of the third to send the game to extra time. With everyone on both benches standing for overtime, Galiev scored his 32nd of the year on the first shift, just 16 seconds in, with assists from Simon Despres and Tomas Jurco.
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DOGS CLINCH DIVISION WITH WIN OVER FOREURS Friday, February 18, 2011 SAINT JOHN -- The Saint John Sea Dogs hung on for a 3-2 win over the Val-d'Or Foreurs Friday to clinch the Maritime Division title with 13 games left to play. Stanislav Galiev had a goal and an assist for the Sea Dogs, while Gabriel Bourret and Pierre Durepos added singles. Mathieu Corbeil made 13 saves for the win. Nicolas Larocque-Marcoux and Anthony Taylor scored for Val-d'Or, Jonathan Hazen had two assists and Jacob Gervais-Chouinard made 34 saves in the loss. The win was the 12th straight for the Sea Dogs, as they ran their record to 47-5-1-2, including a 26-0-1-1 mark at home and 18-0-1 record in their last 19 games. Val-d'Or fell to 21-28-4-3 as 5,710 fans were on hand at Harbour Station for Irving Oil's Minor Hockey Night in Saint John. Although Saint John outshot the Foreurs 11-3 in the first period, neither team was able to find the net. The biggest reaction from the fans in the first half of the game came when Saint John's Alexandre Beauregard dropped the gloves with Val-d'Or tough guy Adam Jones at 7:25 of the second. Bourret opened the scoring with an outstanding individual effort at 13:35 of the middle frame. The sophomore defenseman fought through three checkers as he chased a bouncing puck into the Val-d'Or zone and knocked it past Chouinard for his seventh of the year. Galiev ran the lead to 2-0 at 14:14, as a lucky bounce went off him in front of the net for his 26th. Simon Despres fired the pinball shot, while Jonathan Huberdeau picked up the other assist. In the third period, former Sea Dog Marcoux got a wrist shot through the crowd from the top of the right-wing circle for his 10th of the year at 1:41. Durepos restored the two-goal lead at 13:42, taking a drop pass from Zack Phillips and firing home a point shot for his second of the year. Galiev had the other assist on the play, which was started by a nice defensive stop by Despres at the other end. After Despres and Jones dropped the gloves at 16:16 of the third, Val-d'Or made a late charge, with Taylor finally breaking through with just 0.4 seconds to go to make it 3-2. Before the game, Irving Oil donated $25,000 to Hockey for Everyone, a program that provides an opportunity for local children to experience first-hand Canada's most loved sport. The program is run by volunteers who provide transportation, equipment, coaching and more. It relies on the generosity of local businesses and organizations for funding.
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Sea of Thieves Get to Sea Dogs Rest
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Saint John Sea Dogs Raise Championship Banners
The Sea Dogs shut out Sags 6-0 as the President's Cup and Memorial Cup banners were raised to the rafters, and the championship rings presented.
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