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Glace Bay's Shaw, Jets eliminated from NHL qualifiers by Flames
A Cape Breton hockey player's 2019-20 season came to an end on Thursday night. Glace Bay’s Logan Shaw and the Winnipeg Jets were eliminated from the NHL qualifiers by the Calgary Flames after suffering a 4-0 loss at Rogers Arena in ...
Former Cape Breton Eagle makes Columbus Blue Jackets playoff history in win over Toronto Maple Leafs
A former Cape Breton Eagle forward etched his name in the Columbus Blue Jackets record book on Thursday night. Forward Pierre-Luc Dubois was the hero for the Blue Jackets, notching his first career NHL playoff hat trick in a 4-3 overtime win over ...
Cougars name Syms new head coach, Rogers joins as assistant coach
The Joneljim Cougars will have a pair of new coaches behind the bench when they open the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League 2020-21 season in the fall. The North Sydney-based Cougars announced the hiring of Brandon Syms as the team’s ...
Gold Cup and Saucer hopefuls tussle in Charlottetown on Saturday
In what could serve as a precursor for next week’s The Guardian Gold Cup and Saucer trials, the best pacers on the eastern seaboard will battle in the preferred pace Saturday at Red Shores Racetrack and Casino at the Charlottetown Driving ...
Gene MacDonald retires after 40 years umpiring a game he loves
Gene MacDonald criss-crossed Prince Edward Island calling balls and strikes and declaring players safe or out on bang-bang plays. But after 40 years, the Souris native and Cherry Valley resident hung up his counter in 2019 and stepped away from ...
Local sports organizations excited about sports dome in Summerside
This week’s announcement of a new multi-purpose sports dome in Summerside is welcomed news for local sports associations. Construction on the 138-by-75-metre footprint will begin in 2021 and will take between 12 and 16 months. The new ...
Barrieau wins four races at Charlottetown Driving Park
She may have been placed first but Sodwana Bay earned the lion’s share of the top purse Thursday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Sodwana Bay wins the Thursday night feature pace with driver Gilles Barrieau. Time for the ...
Mooseheads alum Rane Carnegie launches campaign to get his grandfather Herb into Hockey Hall of Fame
If not now, then when? That’s the question Rane Carnegie kept asking himself as he watched the Black Lives Matter demonstrations around the world this summer. His late grandfather Herb Carnegie was a star hockey player in the 1940s and ...
Antigonish man has a passion for helping others, both on the baseball field and in life
Randy Crouse is paying it forward. And Antigonish is better for it. Crouse has been a long-time volunteer in the community and the face of Antigonish Challenger Baseball – an adaptive program he initiated seven years ago that provides an ...
Arsenault delivers late for Stratford in KCBL victory
Jonathan Arsenault broke an 8-8 tie with a two-out, three-run double in the top of the seventh inning Wednesday as The Alley Stratford Athletics defeated the Charlottetown Jays Oldtimers 12-8 in Kings County Baseball League (KCBL) action. Ryne ...