Cool Blues open season tonight

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SPRINGHILL - Last year, the Ross Refrigerartion Cumberland County Cool Blues finished the regular season with the best record in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League, but ended up faltering in the playoffs,
This year, they hope to emphasize the need to peak come playoff time.
The first team they play on the long road toward the playoffs is the Sackville Blazers, who they play tonight at the Richard Calder Arena in Springhill.
The biggest change to this year's Cool Blues team is they begin the campaign with a new head coach at the helm.
Upon being named as the new coach, Dave Hyatt said, "players will be held more accountable no matter where they are on the ice," and "we'll make sure the players peak and are playing properly when the playoffs start."
Helping Hyatt steer the Cool Blues ship are veteran assistant coach Jerry Harrison and new assistant coach Paul Atkinson.
Former head coach Ron Reynolds is focusing his energy as general manager, while the new president of the team is Doug Williams and the assistant general manager is Terry Noiles.
Next Friday, the Cool Blues will host the Bay Ducks. Next Saturday. they travel to Cape Breton to tak on the Canadiens.
The puck drops for all games at 7:30 p.m.

dmathieson@amherstdaily.com

Organizations: Ross Refrigerartion Cumberland County Cool Blues, Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League, Canadiens

Geographic location: SPRINGHILL, Cape Breton

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