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VIDEO: X-Women score two goals in second half to beat Capers in Sydney
VIDEO: Gentile nets winner as Cape Breton Eagles defeat Mooseheads in Sydney
Newfoundland Growlers’ most familiar foes are in town
Cape Breton Eagles’ Félix Lafrance focused on becoming two-way player this season
Eagles’ Langlois to play in World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
Eagles fall in CHL Top 10 rankings
UPDATED: Abandonment of regional teams means less exposure for Atlantic Canada's male U17 hockey players
Back in 2015, when Hockey Canada opted to scrap its regional approach to icing teams for the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in favour of three squads from coast to coast, it’s believed the train of thought stemmed from the idea of tougher ...
Ivan scores OT winner as Cape Breton edges Charlottetown
Ivan Ivan scored with 1:16 left in overtime to lift the Cape Breton Eagles to a 3-2 win over the Charlottetown Islanders in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action Wednesday. The teams were tied after a scoreless third period in front of 2,245 ...
Membertou’s Sonny Kabatay working hard to earn ice time in rookie season with Halifax Mooseheads
Sonny Kabatay knew there would be an adjustment period when he made the jump from major midget to major junior hockey this season. The 16-year-old forward spent the past two seasons in the Nova Scotia Eastlink Major Midget Hockey League, but he ...
Corner Brook's Jackie Barrett will be first Special Olympian inducted to Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame
ANITA FLOWERS SPECIAL TO THE WESTERN STAR CORNER BROOK, N.L. — Jackie Barrett never thought he would make history. But he will be doing just that Nov. 15 when he becomes the first-ever Special Olympics athlete to be inducted into the ...
Pardy is free to help out Newfoundland Growler coaches
It turns out all four Newfoundlanders who played with the ECHL Growlers during their championship inaugural season are back with the team. It’s just that one of them won’t be suiting up on game nights during the 2019-20 ...
Grand Falls-Windsor Special Olympics team named national team of the year
The Special Olympics has an oath spoken at the start of every event. "Let me win. If I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt." It is simple and powerful. It conveys the desire for competition and confronts the possibility ...
St. John's Edge sign former Florida State stalwart
The St. John’s Edge kept working their way to a 12-man roster for the 2019-20 National Basketball League of Canada season on Tuesday. One more player and the Edge will have a starting lineup. Six-eight, 225-pound guard/forward Montay ...
Conrad's five-point night leads Newfoundland Growlers over Royals
Rookie forward Colt Conrad scored his first goal of the season and added four assists for a five-point night, setting a Newfoundland Growlers record in doing so, as the defending ECHL champions defeated the Reading Royals 7-3 Tuesday night at Mile ...
SPORTS CHAT: Cape Breton Post encourages local minor sports teams to help with coverage this season
With school well underway and minor sports seasons about to begin across the island, the Cape Breton Post is once again planning to provide coverage of minor hockey, basketball, indoor soccer, volleyball and more. The paper devotes plenty of ...
Cape Breton, Charlottetown to play first of nine regular season meetings Wednesday
The Cape Breton Eagles and Charlottetown Islanders don't need much introduction when it comes to Quebec Major Junior Hockey League play. The two Maritime Division rivals face each other nine times during the regular season each year, not ...