SEVEN N.S. TEAMS VIE FOR ATLANTIC CHAMPIONSHIP BANNERS THIS WEEK
Apr. 4, 2019
DARTMOUTH — Seven teams from Nova Scotia are on the hunt for Atlantic gold this week.
This afternoon, the puck drops on five Atlantic hockey championships across the Maritimes. Two of those tournaments are taking place in Nova Scotia.
Peewee AAA Atlantics
(PHOTO: Pictou County Crushers)
The 2019 Peewee AAA Atlantic Hockey Championship begins this afternoon at the Pictou County Wellness Centre in New Glasgow.
Nova Scotia will be represented by the provincial champion Bedford Blues, as well as the host Pictou County Crushers.
Visit the tournament website and stream all of the games live right here: http://webcast.3sixty.live/Player/Player/78
(PHOTO: Bedford Blues)
Major Bantam AAA Atlantics
The 2019 Major Bantam AAA Atlantic Hockey Championship is also being hosted in our province.
The Upper Tantallon-based Gulls Major Bantam Hockey Club are the tournament hosts and the defending provincial champs.
(PHOTO: The Gulls)
The ACCEL Physio Major Bantams, the Nova Scotia runners-up, will also vie for a regional title as the Nova Scotia representatives.
(PHOTO: ACCEL Physio Major Bantam Hockey Club)
Track the action from Upper Tantallon at the official website or catch the webcasts here: http://webcast.3sixty.live/Player/Player/175
Female Bantam Atlantics
In Female Bantam action this afternoon, the Fundy-Highland Selects, the N.S. champs, kick off their Female Bantam Atlantics journey in Clarenville, N.L.
(PHOTO: Fundy-Highland Selects)
Follow along with the tournament at the official website or stream the webcasts: http://webcast.3sixty.live/Player/Player/90
Female Midget Atlantics
The Station Six Fire will look to book their ticket to the Esso Cup this weekend in Bathurst, N.B where the club will represent the province at Female Midget Atlantics.
(PHOTO: Station Six Fire)
Stay up to date with all of the action from Bathurst at the official tournament website or follow along with the webcasts here: http://webcast.3sixty.live/Player/Player/77
Major Midget Atlantics
The Halifax Macs are also hoping to represent the Atlantic region at a national championship.
(PHOTO: Halifax Macs)
The Macs are the N.S. representatives at Major Midget Atlantics in Charlottetown this weekend. The winner will earn a trip to the 2019 TELUS Cup.
For the latest scores and a complete schedule, visit the tournament website or watch the webcasts here: http://webcast.3sixty.live/Player/Player/83
Hockey Nova Scotia would like to wish all of our teams competing at Atlantic tournaments the very best of luck this weekend.