German delegation scouts Amherst for POW camp’s 100th anniversary
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N.S. wants more information about Northern Pulp wastewater plan
On the Move Partnership explores effects of commuting for work in N.L.
Amherst Police to target illegal parking at Saturday’s Ramblers hockey ...
Oxford sinkhole mystery could soon be solved
Green scores three in Ramblers win over Lumberjacks
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Former Rambler Scott McManaman looks back at his Fred Page Cup experience
Scott McManaman knows what the members of the Amherst CIBC Wood Gundy Ramblers are experiencing as they prepare for the Fred Page Cup. The 31-year-old Amherst native, who now manages a pair of nursing homes near Portland, Maine, was a member of ...
Moose beat Voltigeurs, take 2-1 series lead
Momentum is on the Halifax Mooseheads' side at the moment. They started the roll in Saturday's double overtime win in Drummondville and carried it into Game 3 of their third-round series with the Votigeurs. The Mooseheads made very few ...
Mount Allison coach, Amherst native part of silver medal-winning Team Canada at world university games in Russia
How many Canadians can say they had a chance to compete in one of hockey’s greatest rivalries? Amherst native and Riverview, N.B. resident Terry Rhindress got to experience that as an assistant coach of the silver medal-winning Team Canada ...
A CHAMPIONSHIP HOMECOMING: Plenty of excitement as Yarmouth Mariners bring the MHL league title and cup back home
Tyler Caseley was in novice hockey the first time he strapped on a pair of goalie pads. The team’s normal goalie was sick, so he figured why not give it a try? “My mom didn’t want me to. My dad said, oh yeah, let him do it. ...
Moose tie series 1-1 with double OT win
Coming home with a series split is a well-deserved reward for the Halifax Mooseheads. They refused to lose in Game 2 of their third-round best-of-seven against the Drummondville Voltigeurs, coming from behind to win 5-4 in double overtime in front ...
Yarmouth Mariners are MHL Canadian Tire Cup champions after sweeping Campbellton Tigers in league final
They came close last year. This year they finished the job. The Yarmouth Mariners are the 2018-2019 MHL Canadian Tire Cup league champions after sweeping the Campbellton Tigers in four games. The Mariners captured the championship title with a ...
3-0 SERIES LEAD: Yarmouth Mariners one win away from claiming MHL league championship title
The Yarmouth Mariners are one win away from winning the MHL’s Canadian Tire Cup league championship. The Mariners now have a commanding 3-0 series lead, following 3-0 win in Game 3 over the Campbellton Tigers in Campbellton, N.B. on Thursday ...
Lasting impression - Former track star Morse visits his old coach in Bridgetown to say thanks
When Dick Campbell inducted David Morse into the Bridgetown and Area Sports Hall of Fame in November, there was something the former track athlete wanted to tell his old coach. But he couldn’t. “I would have been a crying mess. But ...
Screaming Eagles fire head coach
Marc-Andre Dumont is out as head coach and general manager of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. The QMJHL team relieved him of his duties on Tuesday, along with assistant coach Brent Hughes. “Through the course of the year, I committed as ...
Yarmouth Mariners take a 2-0 league final series lead over the Campbellton Tigers
The Yarmouth Mariners will be heading to Campbellton with a 2-0 series lead as the MHL’s Canadian Tire Cup league final picks up again on Thursday with Game 3. On the heels of a 3-0 shutout in Game 1, the Mariners added a 2-1 victory in Game ...