Hockey Nova Scotia
Hockey Nova Scotia on Facebook Hockey Nova Scotia on twitter Hockey Nova Scotia on YouTube

Welcome to the home of Hockey Nova Scotia!
Apr. 11, 2019

TRURO — The puck drops on the 2019 Hockey Nova Scotia Day of Champions on Friday in Truro.
From April 12-14, fourteen provincial champions will be crowned at levels from Atom B to Midget A at the Hockey Nova Scotia Day of Champions. This year’s event is being held at the Rath Eastlink Community Centre in Truro.
The 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.
The action begins at 11 a.m. on Friday when the Cole Harbour Wings take on the TASA Ducks with Midget B provincial bragging rights on the line. 
It’s the first of five games on Day 1 of this year’s Day of Champions event. 
Five games are scheduled for Saturday, including the Atom AA championship game between the Acadia Axemen and the Truro Bearcats. The puck drops at 4:30 p.m. and will conclude the minor hockey portion of the event.
The female hockey schedule begins on Sunday morning at 9 a.m. when the Fundy-Highland Cyclones take on the Metro East Inferno Red for the Female Atom A provincial title. It is the first of four female hockey finals that will include championships at the Atom AA, Peewee A, and Bantam A levels.
Here is a look at this weekend’s Hockey Nova Scotia Day of Champions Minor Hockey schedule (April 12-13):

Here is a look at this weekend’s Hockey Nova Scotia Day of Champions Female Hockey schedule (April 14):
All of the games from the weekend will be streamed live online by 3sixty live. To view the webcasts, please click here.

Photographer Tony Joudrey of Team Impact Sports Fotos is providing photos from the entire weekend. They can be downloaded here from his website. Please note that the password is truro2019.

Hockey Nova Scotia would like to wish the best of luck to all of the teams that are vying for provincial titles at the Day of Champions this weekend.

Powered By GOALLINE Sports Administration Software