Scotians take series lead

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians are one win away from a berth in the next round of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League playoffs. The Scotians will host the Antigonish Bulldogs in the sixth game of their best-of-seven Sid Rowe Division semifinal series on Friday starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Trenton Arena. Should...

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Scotians clinch third spot

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians have improved their playoff position in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. Robert Burrows and Gaetan Tremblay scored in the third period to snap a 3-3 tie as the Scotians defeated the Cumberland County Blues 5-3 on Sunday to clinch third place in the league’s Sid Rowe Division. The...

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Scotians take over third place

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians have taken sole possession of third place in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League’s Sid Rowe Division with a 1-0 overtime victory over the Antigonish Bulldogs on Monday in Trenton. Scotians captain Brendon Duff scored a power-play goal in overtime to give them the win. The win moved the...

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Scotians vault into third place

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians are winding down their regular season in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League with games against the Antigonish Bulldogs and Cumberland County Blues. The Scotians enhanced their chances of finishing in second place in the Sid Rose Division after shutting out the Antigonish Bulldogs 4-0 in a re-scheduled game...

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Scotians set sights on Miners

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians will continue their playoff drive in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League with two games against the Jr. Miners of Cape Breton this week. The teams will meet on Saturday in Membertou before Sunday’s game in Trenton starting at 7 p.m. The Miners lead the league’s Sid Rowe Division...

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Scotians regroup for Blues

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians find themselves no further ahead this week in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians will visit the Cumberland County Blues on Friday and host them at 7 p.m. on Sunday in an effort to climb up the standings in the Sid Rowe Division. It’s the third of...

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Scotians face hockey rivals

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians have resumed their schedule in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League and are regrouping to take a run at second place in the Sid Rowe Division. The Scotians began that quest last Sunday with a 3-2 victory over the Antigonish Bulldogs, a quest that will continue when the Scotians...

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Scotians test Miners twice in NSHJL action

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians are preparing for two games this weekend against the Jr. Miners from Cape Breton in Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League action. The teams will meet on Saturday in Membertou before the Scotians host a game starting at 7 p.m. on Sunday in Trenton. The Miners lead the League’s Sid...

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Scotians to host benefit game for Spicer

TRENTON – The Pictou County Scotians plan to host a benefit hockey game for Luke Spicer. Team president Art Forsyth said proceeds from the regular-season Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League game on Oct. 30 in Trenton between the Scotians and the Cumberland County Blues will be forwarded to Spicer. The Scotians centre has been sidelined...

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Scotians player recovering from major on-ice injuries

TRENTON – A member of the Pictou County Scotians sidelined with serious head and body injuries from an on-ice hit in a game in Trenton last Sunday is resuming his recovery at home. Centre Luke Spicer was released from hospital under conditions that include bed rest at his home in the Halifax Regional Municipality. “He...

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