Sunday, February 25, 2018


PORT HOOD: The Valley Wildcats weren’t able to make much of an impact on Saturday night, when visiting the Al MacInnis Sports Centre, but on Sunday they proved the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League is a place where...
PETIT DE GRAT: It wasn’t easy, but the Petit de Grat Red Caps found a way past the Port Hawkesbury Bucs to earn a game three win and, more importantly, earn a place in the Richmond Amateur Baseball Association...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With a grand total of 13 skaters dressed for their first two games against the Glace Bay Miners, the Strait Pirates were unable to manage a win resulting in a 2-0 series lead for the already-favoured Miners. “The...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait Area Community Curling Club (SACCC) hosted its annual cashspiel on the weekend on November 17 which attracted 12 teams from across eastern Nova Scotia. The successful weekend was capped by a very exciting finish in the...
PICTOU: The Cape Breton West Islanders currently lead their best-of-five championship series with the Dartmouth Major Midgets 1-0. The Islanders used a five-goal first period to pave the way to a 6-1 victory last night (Tuesday, March 21) at the...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Taylor Lambke now has two games under his belt as the new head coach of the Junior Pirates and, after 120 minutes behind the bench, he’s seeing more positives than negatives. “We played solid Friday night,” he said,...
ANTIGONISH: It took him a little longer than some to make it to the Junior Pirates, but Antigonish’s Floyd MacDonald is happy to have finished his Junior hockey days with the maroon and white. MacDonald, having grown up in Antigonish,...
PORT HOOD: It won’t be long now. Regular season action in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey league will start up in the near future, and the national champion Cape Breton West Islanders will be hitting the ice on September...
PORT HAWKESBURY: You could make a pretty convincing argument that few players over the years committed themselves to the Junior Pirates with more gusto than Nathan Hayes. Having joined the team as a Midget-aged player, Hayes’ career in the Nova...
PORT HOOD: History was made last Friday night as, for the first time ever, the Cape Breton West Islanders won the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League (NSMMHL) provincial championship. “I’m just proud to be a part of it,” said...
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