Scotians open against Bulldogs

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians will begin in earnest to defend their Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League championship when they meet the Antigonish Bulldogs in their first playoff round. The Scotians finished second in the division and drew the third-place Bulldogs in their first playoff series. They won the 2017 league title by ousting...

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Scotians host Blues Sunday

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians will try to improve on their recent performance by hosting the Cumberland County Blues on Sunday in Trenton in their next home game in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians will also visit the Junior Miners in Membertou today in a game rescheduled from January 13. The...

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Scotians drop pair of games

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians sustained two rare regulations losses last weekend in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians lost 4-1 to the host Antigonish Bulldogs on Friday and were edged 4-3 on Sunday in Trenton by the Liverpool Privateers. The results leave the Scotians in second place in the league’s Sid...

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Scotians test Fox Div. foes

TRENTON — Three of a possible four points left Pictou County Scotians coach Brandon Verge satisfied if not pleased with the team’s outcome last weekend in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians defeated the Cumberland County Blues 6-3 on Friday in Springhill and dropped a 4-3 shootout on Sunday in Trenton against the...

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Scotians test CB team twice

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians will play the Junior Miners from Cape Breton twice this weekend in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The teams will meet on Saturday in Membertou and on Sunday at 7 p.m. on Trenton. The Scotians head into this week comfortably in second place in the Sid Rowe Division...

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Scotians’ win makes history

It was a precedent-setting night for the Pictou County Scotians. The Scotians defeated the Liverpool Privateers 8-5 on Friday before a large crowd at the Pictou County Wellness Centre to win their first Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League championship in the 23-year history of the franchise. It is also the first time since the New...

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Scotians win hockey title

The Pictou County Scotians are Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League champions. Riley Cameron scored three goals and Austin Donlevy added two others as the Scotians earned the league title on Friday with an 8-5 victory over the Liverpool Privateers at the Pictou County Wellness Centre. Ethan Snell and Jared Livingstone got the other goals. The...

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Scotians, Privateers tied

The Pictou County Scotians hope to extend their playoff fortunes this weeked in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians opened the championship round with the Liverpool Privateers with a 6-3 victory on Saturday in Liverpool and had to settle for a 5-4 loss on Sunday in the second game at the Pictou County...

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Scotians stun Miners twice

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians have turned some heads by winning the first two games of their playoff round against the Junior Miners of Cape Breton. The Scotians followed a 3-2 victory in the first game in Membertou by taking a 2-0 lead in the series with a 3-1 victory on Sunday in Trenton....

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Scotians advance to face Miners

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians have extended their season. The Scotians will face the Junior Miners of Cape Breton in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League’s Sid Rowe Division final series that will begin sometime this week. The schedule had not yet been determined at press time. The Scotians advanced by burying the Antigonish...

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