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VIDEO: Sports talk with P.E.I. Guardian columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald - Oct. 18, 2019
Columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald dropped by The Guardian Friday afternoon to talk a little harness racing, baseball and hockey with Jason Malloy, sports editor at The Guardian, in this week's online video. Related ...
Summerside tackle football teams play final regular-season games Sunday
Three Summerside tackle football teams will close out their 2019 regular-season schedules on the road against the Charlottetown Privateers on Sunday. The Cox and Palmer Spartans and Privateers will meet in a first-place showdown in the atom league ...
Women's hockey Panthers keep rolling with 4-1 win at Moncton
Maria Clinton’s second period goal was the winner Thursday as the UPEI Panthers defeated the Moncton Aigles Bleues 4-1 in Atlantic University Sport women’s hockey action. Captain Rachel Colle, Delaney Boehm and Kelly Clements also ...
Goaltender from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, fitting in well with Summerside Western Capitals
“(Coming to Summerside) I knew I would not be coming in as a starter. Tmej is awesome. He is a great goalie and a great mentor for me. I'm excited to play with him and watch him play every day. It’s a good experience.” - ...
Weather forces officials to cancel tonight's harness racing in Charlottetown
Due to rain and wind conditions, tonight's harness racing program scheduled at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park is cancelled. ...
P.E.I. Curling Hall of Fame and Museum to welcome five inductees
P.E.I. Curling Hall of Fame and Museum. Five athletes will be inducted into the Prince Edward Island Curling Hall of Fame and Museum when it hosts its 13th annual induction ceremony Tuesday at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. This ...
Mike Dillon to be inducted into Prince Edward Island Curling Hall of Fame and Museum
Mike Dillon’s name is attached to most of the Island’s top curling trophies. Mike Dillon is one of this year's inductees into the Prince Edward Island Curling Hall of Fame and Museum. He has won three P.E.I. junior titles, ...
P.E.I. Curling Hall of Fame to welcome five new members
Five athletes will be inducted into the Prince Edward Island Curling Hall of Fame and Museum when it hosts its 13th annual induction ceremony Tuesday at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. This year’s inductees are Mike Dillon, John Likely and ...
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Strong sales at Atlantic Classic Yearling Sale
Buyers were out in full force for the Atlantic Classic Yearling Sale last week in Crapaud as more than $1.1 million was spent in hopes of having the next champion. The Crapaud Agriplex was packed Oct. 11 as 108 yearlings went through the sales ...
Quick start keys Wind’s season-opening win
Three goals in the first five minutes of the 2019-2020 regular season carried the Western Wind to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Mid-Isle Wildcats at the Jacques Cartier Arena on Wednesday night. The Alberton-based Wind, the P.E.I. Bantam AAA ...