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Dal snaps AUS hockey losing skid

Dal snaps AUS hockey losing skid

The Dalhousie Tigers have a tough mountain to climb if they want to reach the Atlantic university hockey playoffs for only the second time in 13 seasons. A win over the Moncton Aigles Bleus on Wednesday night halted a six-game losing streak but the Tigers remain in last place in the conference, two points back of Moncton.

Hendricks may be the top draw for UFC show in Halifax

In need of a new top draw for the upcoming card in Halifax, the UFC appears to be set to turn to Johny (Bigg Rigg) Hendricks.
League for displaced high school hockey players opens

League for displaced high school hockey players opens

The new circuit was created by Hockey Nova Scotia last month to offer high school male players a chance to continue their season.
Swimmers sidelined as Dalplex tries to get to bottom of pool leak

Swimmers sidelined as Dalplex tries to get to bottom of pool leak

Varsity swimmers and community members alike are affected by the indefinite closure of Dalhousie University's pool. “We don’t know exactly (the problem) and that’s why we have the outside contractor … doing video inspection and pipe testing, so hopefully we’ll know by the end of the week what it is,” said Kathie Wheadon, the facility director for Dalplex.
Mooseheads beat Eagles in shootout

Mooseheads beat Eagles in shootout

The Halifax Mooseheads got key contributions from three 16-year-olds — goalie Alexis Gravel, defenceman Jared McIsaac and forward Benoit-Olivier Groulx — to post a 5-4 shootout victory over the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles on Tuesday night.
CHRIS COCHRANE: Dalhousie athletic director Tim Maloney can’t hide Final 8 passion

CHRIS COCHRANE: Dalhousie athletic director Tim Maloney can’t hide Final 8 passion

Tigers hosting this year's Final 8 in March. Acadia will host event in 2018
Curler Clarke steps out from Fay's shadow

Curler Clarke steps out from Fay's shadow

Like it or not, Kristin Clarke is about to face a week of comparisons to world champion skip Mary Fay.
Truro golfer Eric Banks chases PGA Tour

Truro golfer Eric Banks chases PGA Tour

There may not be a more solitary road in professional sports than the one to the PGA Tour. Eric Banks is walking it.
Nova Scotia celebrates national weightlifting medal

Nova Scotia celebrates national weightlifting medal

Bedford's Kirsten Angus placed third on the weekend at the Canadian junior weightlifting championships in Brossard, Que. It is the first national medal for the province in two decades.
Mooseheads surrender three power-play goals, fall 3-2 to Tigres

Mooseheads surrender three power-play goals, fall 3-2 to Tigres

Special teams were the difference Sunday afternoon at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax as the Victoriaville Tigres connected on three-of-six power plays and held the Halifax Mooseheads scoreless on their six man-advantage situations to claim a 3-2 victory.