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Robin Short: Maple Leafs’ Holl is proof players aren’t banished to the ‘Coast’
Cape Breton Eagles’ Félix Lafrance focused on becoming two-way player this season
Novice hockey officially moves to half-ice games
Capers' Rowe a surprise scoring star in rookie season
Cape Breton Eagles forward Mathias Laferrière signs contract with St. Louis Blues
Gavin Tucker makes a stop at Gander judo club
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Former NHLer, Mooseheads coach Danny Grant dead at 74
Former NHL forward and one-time Halifax Mooseheads head coach Danny Grant has died following a battle with cancer, RDS reported on Tuesday. The Fredericton native was 74. Grant coached the Mooseheads during the 1997-98 season and posted a ...
Memorial Sea-Hawks men's basketball team puts on an exhibition in Montreal
It was a pre-season exhibition tournament, so we won’t read too much into it, but the Memorial Sea-Hawks’ men’s basketball championship at Montreal’s Concordia Classic over the Thanksgiving Day weekend has to bode well for a ...
Feildians maintain hopes of national title for N.L. by blanking Holy Cross in Jubilee Trophy play
If you are waving the colours for Newfoundland and Labrador’s gold-medal hopes at the Toyota Canadian senior soccer championships, then your flag should probably be blue. The Feildians Greensleeves Double Blues added to their impressive ...
Kelly brothers will be part of Newfoundland Growlers’ banner night
Fans of the Newfoundland Growlers will be seeing double tonight at Mile One Centre in St. John’s. No, we’re not suggesting it will be because they’ll be doing too much celebrating as the Growlers raise their ECHL championship ...
Glace Bay’s Logan Shaw embracing time in AHL while aiming for NHL return
Nobody said the journey to professional hockey would be an easy one, which is something Logan Shaw knows all too well. The Glace Bay native has had many ups and downs through the first seven seasons of his professional career. From starting ...
Charlottetown Islanders No. 7 in CHL rankings
The Charlottetown Islanders have cracked the Kia Canadian Hockey League’s top-10 rankings for the first time this season. The Islanders, who are off to a 5-0-2 (won-lost-overtime losses) start, were ranked seventh in the latest rankings ...