Cumberland Blues Host Benefit For Matt Christie

"The hardest part is laying around and waiting, not being able to do the things that I’m used to doing on a daily basis. I love being active, always like to be on the go, so it’s really frustrating that way. It’s tough to find things to do to keep my mind off of everything." … Continue reading Cumberland Blues Host Benefit For Matt Christie

Hockey NS Levies Season Long Suspension

Jordan Breen of the Glace Bay Jr. Miners has been suspended for the remainder of the 2016-2017 NSJHL season, including the playoffs. The Hockey Nova Scotia Junior Council announced the decision just one day after Pictou Scotian player Luke Spicer was released from hospital where he underwent treatment for bleeding in the brain, as well … Continue reading Hockey NS Levies Season Long Suspension

Injured Pictou Scotian Player Released From Hospital

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=563504867185183&id=249156721953334&substory_index=0 Photo: Pictou County Scotians Junior B Facebook Page A seriously injured Nova Scotia hockey player was released from hospital yesterday. Luke Spicer of the Pictou County Scotians Junior Hockey Club was injured Sunday and taken to hospital after a blindside hit to the head. A player from the Glace Bay Miners has been suspended … Continue reading Injured Pictou Scotian Player Released From Hospital

Elks Renew Rivalry With Blazers In NSJHL Tilt

The game of the week goes Thursday night at Don Henderson Memorial Sportsplex when the Brookfield Elks host the Sackville Blazers. Goaltending should be the biggest feature. Riley Piercey of the Blazers is tied for the league lead in save percentage at 0.93%. He also sits 4th in goals against with a 2.79 average. That's … Continue reading Elks Renew Rivalry With Blazers In NSJHL Tilt

Parity Continues To Be The NSJHL Story

This past NSJHL weekend saw some great results proving once again that any team can win on any given night. Of the 10 games played since last Monday, only two of them were decided by more than 2 goals, and both of those were only 3 goal games. Cole Harbour alone was involved in 2 … Continue reading Parity Continues To Be The NSJHL Story

NSJHL Suspends Player For Hit To Head

The Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League has suspended a member of the Glace Bay Jr. Miners stemming from an incident Sunday evening in Trenton. The suspension falls under  regulation 1.2, which deals with a direct blow to the head. This negates the erroneous speculative reports that a fight caused the injuries to a Pictou County … Continue reading NSJHL Suspends Player For Hit To Head

Local Police Investigate Incident That Occured During NSJHL Game

A Pictou County Scotians player is in a Halifax hospital after a Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League game against the Glace Bay Jr. Miners on Thanksgiving Sunday. According to the New Glasow News, he was originally taken to Aberdeen Hospital and then transported to Halifax with severe head injuries and some body injuries. Read the … Continue reading Local Police Investigate Incident That Occured During NSJHL Game

NSJHL Gets Off To High Scoring Start

If opening weekend is any indication, there won't be many quiet games in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League this season. The message is loud and clear: Skill and speed are the order of the day, and if any time is wasted on trying to gain a physical edge you will be made to pay. … Continue reading NSJHL Gets Off To High Scoring Start

Brookfield Elks Announce Switch To Thursday Night Home Games

A Thursday night at Don Henderson Memorial Sportsplex will have a much different feel during the 2016-2017 hockey season. The Brookfield Junior Elks will be playing their NSJHL home games on Thursday evenings this year. "The change had been talked about a lot, particularly  within the last 5 years," said Elks President Josh Boulton. "Everyone in … Continue reading Brookfield Elks Announce Switch To Thursday Night Home Games

Defending Atlantic Champion Valley Maple Leafs Open NSJHL Pre-Season With Win

The 2016 Don Johnson Cup Champions started this year right where they left off the last one: with a win. The Valley Maple Leafs kicked off the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League Pre-Season tournament by topping divisional rivals Sackville Blazers 5-4 Friday night. In the late game, the Liverpool Privateers got by the host East … Continue reading Defending Atlantic Champion Valley Maple Leafs Open NSJHL Pre-Season With Win