Monday, December 17, 2018
PORT HAWKESBURY: In what has become a bit of a theme, the Pirates earned four points with two wins over the weekend. The Strait Pirates took on the Junior Minors on the road on Sunday and pulled out a win...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The local minor midgets hosted their Pink Tape game over the weekend. The Cabot Highlanders and the St. Margaret’s Bay Admirals hit the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre ice with a bit of a different look on Sunday as...
STRAIT AREA: Action is off and running in the Cape Breton West High School Hockey League. Last Wednesday, the SAERC Saints skated to a 4-3 win over the visiting Richmond Hurricane. Harrison MacFadyen scored the winning goal with 23 seconds left...
MONCTON: The Novas Major Bantams made it to the play-offs before being eliminated in overtime at the Monctonian Challenge Bantam Hockey Tournament. In the first game, the Novas dropped a close 3-2 game to the Fredericton Blues. Tyler Peddle and...
MONCTON: It was a learning experience for the Cape Breton West Islanders who traveled to Moncton last week to take part in the Monctonian Challenge Hockey Tournament. In their first game on Thursday, the Islanders fell 2-1 to Seminaire St-Joseph....
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Pirates came away with two points after weekend action. The Pirates were on tap to play the Cameron Junior Miners on Friday night but the game was canceled due to weather and will be rescheduled. On...
DARTMOUTH: The Cabot Highlanders pulled out two wins before falling in the quarterfinals of the Rob Sneath Memorial Tournament in Dartmouth. The Highlanders took on their island rivals, the Cape Breton Jets, and came away with a 4-2 on Thursday,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a close win followed by a close loss. On Saturday, the Nova Major Bantams dropped the All Credit Auto Rangers 1-0 on home ice in Antigonish. Tyler Peddle scored the lone goal in the match, and...
PORT HAWKESBURY: It was a slightly different venue for the Junior Pirates last Friday night, but the Dr. Carson and Marion Murray Community Centre served the maroon and white well in their 9-3 win over the host Cumberland County...
PORT HOOD: The Cape Breton West Islanders are still above .500 – and are only one point back of the number three Halifax McDonalds – but the Isles are coming off a pair of weekend losses against the Valley...
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