CHL Daily: Sept. 26, 2022


CHL Three Stars

The reigning Memorial Cup champion Saint John Sea Dogs got their 2022-23 campaign off to a winning start thanks in part to the night’s first star, Brady Burns, who scored twice and added an assist in a 4-3 victory over Acadie-Bathurst.

His teammate Peter Reynolds also tallied three points (one goal) as the Sea Dogs erased a 3-2 third period deficit.

Baie-Comeau’s Isaac Dufort collected the evening’s third star thanks to a one goal, one assist effort in a 3-2 win over Rimouski.


Nightly notes:

  • New Sea Dogs captain Charlie Desroches got his campaign off to a nice start as he registered two assists in the victory. His 224 games in a Saint John jersey are the seventh most by a defenceman in team history. If he appears in 45 more games this year with the Sea Dogs, he’ll become the team’s new record holder in that category.
  • Ben Allison, one of five Titan players last season to reach the 20-goal plateau, opened his season account in Sunday’s defeat to Saint John.
  • New Oceanic center Xavier Filion, acquired from Quebec City in the offseason, scored his first goal of the season against the Titan. A year ago, he scored 13 goals and tallied 33 points for the Remparts.

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