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Apr. 10, 2017


The event was held from April 7-9 at the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre in Bridgewater


BRIDGEWATER, N.S. — Sixteen provincial hockey champions were crowned in Bridgewater over the weekend.


Thirty-two teams from across Nova Scotia competed for provincial titles at the 2017 RBC Day of Champions. The event got underway on Friday, April 7 and continued until Sunday, April 9 at the Lunenburg County Lifestyle Centre in Bridgewater, N.S.


During the three-day event, championship games were played at every level from Atom B and Female Atom A to Minor Junior. This was the first year the event included the Minor Junior level.


Please find below the final scores of all sixteen provincial championship games:

  • Atom B Championship: Queens County 6 vs Cape Breton West (Port Hood-Mabou) 3
  • Atom A Championship: Glace Bay Miners 4 vs Clare-Digby 3
  • Atom AA Championship: West Hants 6 vs Glace Bay 2
  • Peewee B Championship: Halifax (Red) 12 vs Pictou County (Steelers) 4
  • Peewee A Championship: Halifax 5 vs Cape Breton County 0
  • Peewee AA Championship: Pictou County 5 vs Halifax 3
  • Bantam B Championship: Dartmouth 5 vs Yarmouth 4 (OT)
  • Bantam A Championship: Shelburne County 8 vs Brookfield 1
  • Midget B Championship: Cole Harbour 4 vs TASA 1
  • Midget A Championship: Pictou County (Maripacs) 6 vs Halifax (Red) 5 (OT)
  • Minor Junior Championship: Dartmouth 4 vs TASA 2
  • Female Atom A: Antigonish 5 vs Valley 3
  • Female Atom AA: Metro West 1 vs Fundy-Highland 0
  • Female Peewee A: Western 2 vs Cape Breton West 1 (shootout)
  • Female Bantam A: Cape Breton West 4 vs Western 0
  • Female Midget A: Metro West 3 vs Pictou County 2 (shootout)

The RBC Day of Champions format was introduced in 2015 and sees the top team from Hockey Nova Scotia’s North Conference take on the best team from the South Conference in a single championship game that will determine a provincial winner.

All of the games from the RBC Day of Champions were streamed live online by Bell Aliant TV1. Those games will be available on the Hockey Nova Scotia YouTube channel later this week.

Tony Joudrey of Team Impact Sports Fotos provided photos of event the entire weekend. Those photos are available on his website. The password for the album is "rbcchamps2017." More photos from the weekend will be added in the coming days.


Hockey Nova Scotia would like to congratulate all of the teams that competed over the weekend at the RBC Day of Champions.

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