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  • Game 7 is a go between Mooseheads and Wildcats

    Meghan Groff and The Canadian Press 0

    It will be another nail-biter for Mooseheads fans Tuesday night. Yesterday at the Scotiabank Centre, by halfway through the second period, the Herd had a 6-0 lead over Moncton. The Cats were able to claw back, but not enough as the Moose forced a Game 7 with their 7-5 victory. Winnipeg Jets prospect Nikolaj Ehlers

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  • Moose fall in Game 3

    Jennifer Grudic, Meghan Groff, and with files from The Canadian Press 1

    The Halifax Mooseheads lost to the Moncton Wildcats on Tuesday night at Scotiabank Centre in Game 3 of the series with a final score of 4-3. The Mooseheads are leading the best-of-seven series 2-1. Ivan Barbashev scored 25 seconds into the first period to give the Wildcats the early lead. He went on to score

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  • Herd head home with two game series lead

    Meghan Groff and Jennifer Grudic 0

    It was an amazing opening weekend to the second round of playoffs for the Halifax Mooseheads. The Herd lead their best-of -seven series against the rival Wildcats 2-0. Despite being outshot in the first two games, the team nabbed a 7-3 win Friday night and a 6-3 victory Saturday. In Friday’s game, forward Nikolaj Ehlers

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  • Mooseheads defeat Wildcats 6-3 in Game 2

    Jennifer Grudic 0

    The number 12 seed Halifax Mooseheads defeated the number 2 seed Moncton Wildcats 6-3 on Saturday night at the Moncton Coliseum. Halifax is now leading the best-of-seven series 2-0. Mooseheads forwards Maxime Fortier and Timo Meier each picked up two goals and an assist while Vincent Watt supplied the two other Halifax goals. Stephen Johnson, Bronson Beaton

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  • Mooseheads face rival Wildcats in Round 2 of playoffs

    Jenn MacNeil 0

    The Halifax Mooseheads and Moncton Wildcats will hit the ice for Game 1 of their second round playoff matchup tonight. Moncton finished the regular season second overall, Halifax finished 12th. Mooseheads spokesperson Scott MacIntosh told News 95.7, although there is a gap between the two teams in the standings, there are some similarities. “We have

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  • Ehlers Game 7 overtime goal sends Mooseheads to next round of playoffs

    Dan Ahlstrand, Meghan Groff, and with files from The Canadian Press 0

    It was a big win for the Halifax Mooseheads last night. After playing to a 2-2 tie at the end of regulation in Game 7 in Shawinigan, a goal from Nikolaj Ehlers late in the 1st overtime period ended the series and the season for the Cataracts. News 95.7′s John Moore says it was a

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  • The Blue Jays primary Logo: It features the Blue Jays bird head with the red Maple Leaf and ball in the centre, an arched solid blue font "Toronto" above and scooped new split letter "Blue Jays" font in blue below

    Sportsnet MLB experts predictions roundtable

    Sportsnet Staff 0

    The 2015 season is now open, so we polled Sportsnet’s baseball writers about the upcoming season. Which players could break out in 2015? What should MLB change? And will the Blue Jays make the playoffs? Our writers weigh in in time for the season opener: What do you make of the Blue Jays’ decision to

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  • Cataractes force Game 7 with big win over Mooseheads

    Jennifer Grudic 0

    The Halifax Mooseheads were defeated by the Cataractes 6-1 in Shawinigan on Sunday afternoon to force Game 7. The best-of-seven series is now tied at 3-3. Mooseheads captain Ryan Falkenham scored the lone Halifax goal – his third of the series. Cataractes forwards Giovanni Fiore and Gabriel Slight eached picked up two goals. Anthony Beauvillier

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  • Canada beats Finland to win world curling bronze

    The Canadian Press 0

    HALIFAX — Canada lead Nolan Thiessen remembers how it felt to make the long journey home from last year’s world men’s curling championship after missing the podium. He didn’t want a repeat performance this year. Skip Pat Simmons and the rest of the Canadian team made sure they got some hardware this time around. Canada

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  • Moose take series lead in double overtime

    Jennier Grudic 0

    The Halifax Mooseheads defeated the Shawinigan Cataractes 4-3 in double overtime on Friday night at the Halifax Forum. Halifax now leads the best-of-seven series 3-2. The Mooseheads and Cataractes were tied at 3-3 after the third to force OT. Nothing was solved until 12:08 into the second overtime when Timo Meier scored to give the

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