Tigers honour memory of Braeden Bannister

LANTZ: Before an estimated 500 fans in the crowd at the East Hants Sportsplex in Lantz, the Hants East Rural High Tigers boys hockey team continued the healing process from the sudden death of one of their own teammates on Nov. 16. The Tigers hosted the North Nova Gryphons in an exhibition game to help...

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Community minded, active youth missed by family, friends, teammates

LANTZ: A local youth is gone too soon after a medical emergency took the life of 15-year-old Braeden Bannister. Bannister, a sports enthusiast from Lantz was finishing a hunting trip with his father when the emergency occurred. The Hants East Rural High School student had recently become a junior firefighter with the Lantz Volunteer Fire...

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Rangers have winning weekend on home ice

LANTZ: Mitch Wagner led the way with three goals and one assist for the Rangers big win over The Novas on Oct. 26. The Rangers won 8-3 at the home game, played at the East Hants Sportsplex. Connor Lloyd also had a big role in the day, adding four assists. Other goal scorers included Devon...

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On the ice: A look at East Hants hockey players and how they’re faring this season

EAST HANTS: Here is a look at our first installment of how local hockey players that we know about are faring with their respective teams as the 2019-2020 hockey campaigns get underway. The information on players and teams listed are done so with what we are aware of from following them through the local system....

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U16 Challenge Cup champions

LANTZ: Lisa Mombourquette of Lantz (left) and Lucy Phillips of the Bedford area sit next to the Under-16 girls Atlantic Challenge Cup after Team Nova Scotia’s big 4-0 win over P.E.I. in the final on Oct. 14. Phillips and Mombourquette teamed to lead the Bluenosers in goal, surrendering just eight goals over the five games...

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East Hants girls continuing hockey with Bussey Penguins

LANTZ: Three female ice hockey players from East Hants are donning a familiar jersey of sorts as Penguins—albeit not that of the East Hants Penguins. Cassidy Totten; Kiara Keddy; and Keyauna MacLeod are members of the Bussey Auto Brokers Lady Penguins, who play their Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League games out of the...

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Jr B Pens snatch up another home victory

LANTZ: The East Hants Junior Penguins have started this season strong, racking up another win against the Eskasoni Junior Eagles in a high scoring game, 7-5. Connor Goodick and Dylan Evans both racked up two goals each, while Adam Perruzza; Chris Lanthier; and Evan McHenry added single markers. Captain Quinn MacDonald and Max Turner each...

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Hunter takes NCAA route through Minnesota

MINNESOTA, MN.: A promising young hockey player from East Hants has had a rocket start to his 2019-2020 campaign south of the border. Cape Breton Eagles prospect Brady Hunter, of Enfield, is playing in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) with the Minnesota Wilderness. He attended the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) team’s training...

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Jr Pens open season with home ice victory

LANTZ: The East Hants Junior Penguins opened the 2019-2020 season on the winning foot with a victory in their Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League (NSJHL) game play on Sept. 20. Against the Liverpool Privateers before a good sized crowd, Quinn MacDonald’s tally early in the third period stood as the game winner in the 4-3...

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Byard impresses with Macs at TELUS Cup

THUNDER BAY, ONT.: Zach Byard and his Halifax McDonald’s run for the Telus Cup came to an end in Thunder Bay, as they finished in fifth place against tough competition of Canada’s best major midget-aged players. Enfield’s Byard had a goal and an assist in five games, while racking up four penalty minutes. He earned...

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