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SMU, Acadia back in playoff hunt again

SMU, Acadia back in playoff hunt again

The Saint Mary's Huskies and Acadia Axemen each overcame sluggish starts to the Atlantic university hockey season to climb back into the race for a post-season berth.
Mooseheads fall to Screaming Eagles for eighth straight loss

Mooseheads fall to Screaming Eagles for eighth straight loss

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles beat the Halifax Mooseheads 5-2 in a New Year's Eve matinee to win the two-game, total-goal Hurley Cup and to hand the struggling Mooseheads their eighth-straight loss.
Gee-Gees beat Huskies to win Shoveller tournament

Gee-Gees beat Huskies to win Shoveller tournament

The Ottawa Gee-Gees defeated three straight AUS opponents for their second championship in the past three years at the Shoveller Memorial men's basketball tournament at Dalplex.
Quotes of the year in Nova Scotia sports

Quotes of the year in Nova Scotia sports

A look back on the year in Nova Scotia sports through the best quotes.
Clarke, Manuel defend Nova Scotia junior curling titles

Clarke, Manuel defend Nova Scotia junior curling titles

Nova Scotia's two top junior curling teams have continued impressive winning streaks. The women's team skipped by Kristin Clarke (Chester) and the men's team skipped by Matthew Manuel (Mayflower) are the champions after strong weeks at the provincials.
Huskies to battle Gee-Gees for Shoveller tournament title

Huskies to battle Gee-Gees for Shoveller tournament title

The championship games begins at 3 p.m. at Dalplex
Screaming Eagles double Mooseheads 6-3 in Game 1 of Hurley Cup

Screaming Eagles double Mooseheads 6-3 in Game 1 of Hurley Cup

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles filled Centre 200 with fans and gave them a thrill, handily beating the Halifax Mooseheads in the first game of the annual Battle of Nova Scotia home-and-home series. Following today's rematch in Halifax, one team will earn the inaugural Hurley Cup trophy.
Acadia Axewomen fight back to finish Thunder Selects Holiday Classic at 2-1

Acadia Axewomen fight back to finish Thunder Selects Holiday Classic at 2-1

Axewomen coach Len Harvey says wins over two top-ranked teams gives team confidence
Capital interest: University of Ottawa eyes four players from Nova Scotia

Capital interest: University of Ottawa eyes four players from Nova Scotia

Coach from fourth-ranked program visits Nova Scotia on recruiting mission for high school players.
Crushers weather Mother Nature, competition to top MHL heap

Crushers weather Mother Nature, competition to top MHL heap

Despite having three games postponed in the month of December, the defending champion Pictou County Crushers still own the best record at the Christmas break in the Maritime Hockey League.