Peewee C Steelers stay unbeaten


TRENTON – The Trenton Peewee C Steelers have done it.

The Steelers went 38 games without a loss, completing the run on Tuesday intheir last regular-season game with a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the host New Glasgow Bombers 4-3 on Ethan MacKay’s winning goal.

The Steelers trailed 3-1 with 6:30 left in the third period, but Seth Francis scored their second goal and MacKay assisted on Landon Martin’s tying goal with 5:40 remaining before notching the winner 24 seconds later.

MacKay gave the Steelers a 1-0 lead 12 seconds into the first period, but the Bombers tied the game on Jake Wilkinson’s goal and added two more goals by Aiden Green and Maddux MacKenzie.

The winning goalie was Derrick MacKay.

The Steelers’ record includes 37 wins and one tie and the opposition include teams from Halifax, Dartmouth, Middleton and Antigonish, besides their Pictou County opponents.

Ethan MacKay scored twice and Jake Maloney, Ross Swinamer, and Caden MacDonald also scored as the Steelers defeated the Pictou Maripacs 5-1 on Sunday evening in Trenton.
Pictou goal came from Ryan Chapman assisted by Tyler Dalton.
Winning goalie was Derrick MacKay.

Derrick MacKay scored twice as the Trenton Steelers defeated the Thorburn Golden Hawks 5-2 last Friday.

Landon Martin, Jake Maloney and Seth Francis got the Steelers’ other goals.

Thorburn goals came from Cale Cameron and Cole Sartoris with Kyle Jobe and Cameron each picking up an assist.
Ethan MacKay recorded three goals, while Maloney, Derrick MacKay and Tyson Bartoux got the others in the Steelers’ earlier 6-2 victory over the Westville Miners.

Miner’s goals came from Nathaniel Horne and Liam Purvis, with assists from Logan MacKenzie and Patrick MacNeil.
Maloney tallied twice and Ethan MacKay, Derrick MacKay, Butler, Bartoux and Martin also scored in the Steelers’ 7-1 win over the Hawks.

Caden MacDonald was the winning goaltender in those three games.

Peewee C Steelers occupied seats near centre ice on Monday in Trenton to watch the Pictou County Scotians on their way to a 4-1 NSJHL victory over the Antigonish Bulldogs. (Goodwin photo)