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Moose ‘have to be more consistent’

The Halifax Mooseheads earned an even split out of a six-game homestand but are far from satisfied with it.

The Halifax Mooseheads earned an even split out of a six-game homestand but are far from satisfied with it.

The Mooseheads, who beat the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 3-2 on Friday and lost 4-2 to the Val-d’Or Foreurs on Saturday, went 3-3 during a three-week stint at the Metro Centre.

“We were hoping to do better on this homestand,” said Mooseheads centre Brent Andrews, who was the second star on Friday and the third star on Saturday.

“Even though 3-3 is .500, a couple of games got away from us.”

Andrews cited a Nov. 6 loss to the Shawinigan Cataractes and Saturday’s loss to the Foreurs as games the Mooseheads should have won.

The loss to the Foreurs marked the second time this season the Mooseheads were unable to convert back-to-back victories into a three-game winning streak.

“We have to be more consistent ... If we can do that, I think the wins will come,” Andrews said.

The Mooseheads, 9-16-1, are 15th in the 18-team QMJHL.

They visit the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles on Friday.

 
 
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