St. John's Edge move game from Friday to Monday night
Newfoundland Growlers may be practising winning ways, but they’re not practising
Sydney Curling Club looking for new board members
Black and Team Arsenault improve to 2-1 at Nova Scotia championship; MacDougall winless after Day 2
Former Cape Breton Eagle Batherson finishes 2019 calendar year with most points in AHL
Cape Breton Eagles' Baker named to QMJHL team of the week
Tokyo Lloyd Memorial Hockey Tournament begins in North Sydney
The Tokyo Lloyd Memorial Hockey Tournament officially began at the Emera Centre Northside on Wednesday. The tournament, in memory of automotive entrepreneur Lloyd MacDonald, will continue until Sunday at the North Sydney facility. The sixth ...
Cape Breton Eagles' Sokolov on a scoring tear after world junior tournament
Egor Sokolov of the Cape Breton Eagles stands near the Centre 200 ice surface wearing the 2020 IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship silver medal that he won with Team Russia earlier this month in the Czech Republic. Sokolov had three goals in ...
ROBIN SHORT: Newfoundland Growlers' Duszak is a forward-thinking defenceman
Before we begin, perhaps we should post a warning to Newfoundland Growlers’ coach John Snowden and the Toronto Maple Leafs brass: Though he meant no harm, the opinions expressed by Growlers’ rookie defenceman Joe Duszak may cause a ...
Northside Vikings players suit up for rival Sydney Steelers after team drops out of East Hants tournament
The Sydney Steelers and Northside Vikings are known to be bantam ‘A’ rivals on the ice, but last weekend the players showed their true respect for each other. The newfound friendship between the two minor hockey teams began when the ...
Parsons leads Panthers past Bears in high school hoops action
Nolan Parsons dropped a game-high 26 points to lead the Glace Bay Panthers to a 63-60 win over the Breton Education Centre Bears in Cape Breton High School Basketball League boys’ action at Glace Bay High School on Monday. Parsons had nine ...
Team MacDougall defeated on opening day of provincial championship
Team Brent MacDougall opened the provincial championship with a loss on Monday. MacDougall, originally from Sydney, was defeated 8-4 by Team Steve Thompson at the Dartmouth Curling Club. The MacDougall rink opened the scoring in the first, but ...
Team Arsenault opens provincial championship with win over Team Breen
Team Mary-Anne Arsenault opened the Scotties Tournament of Hearts provincial championship with a victory on Monday. The Arsenault rink defeated Team Theresa Breen 10-7 at the Dartmouth Curling Club. Arsenault scored early, taking the lead in ...
Cape Breton Capers' Disipio to be honoured in Ottawa Wednesday
Cape Breton Capers midfielder Ciera Disipio will be honoured Wednesday for being one of the U Sports Top 8 Academic All-Canadian players for the 2018-19 year. Disipio, who played five years with the Capers women's soccer team, will attend the ...
Sydney’s Nick Mahar having no problem producing offense in major midget league this season
Nick Mahar has never had any problem producing offense for any of the teams he’s played for in his hockey career. The Sydney forward really found his offensive game when he reached the bantam ‘AA’ division, notching 21 goals and ...
Mills breaks down the wing for Cape Breton County Islanders
Rory Mills of the Cape Breton County Islanders, right, carries the puck in the offensive zone as he's pressured by Rylan Sutherland of the Truro Bearcats during the recent MacDonald/Gallagher Peewee 'AAA' Hockey Tournament at the Cape ...