The St. John’s Ice Caps will play their first pre season exhibition game of the 2015-16 AHL hockey season Thursday night. The Ice Caps, who are now the AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens will play their rivals the Toronto Marlies. Game Time is 7:30 at the Dome in Stephenville.
Defending champions Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Gonzaga Vikings won the opening game of the St. John’s senior baseball best of seven final series. The Vikings tallied five times in the first inning and go on to an 8-4 decision over Shamrocks at St. Pat’s Ball Park. Matthew Peterson gets the win for the
The first week of play in the St. John’s Junior Hockey League has been completed. Ben Cleary of the Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Avalon Junior Capitals has taken the scoring lead after the initial week. Cleary has played one game and has scored two goals and added four assists for six points. Five other players
NTV Hitmen remain alive in the St. John`s Senior Men`s Fast Pitch softball final as they defeated Kelly`s Pub Molson Bull Dogs 9-0 as Robbie Greene pitches a no hitter in the six inning game. Greene also hit a home run in this game to aid his own cause. Teammate Ryan Boland went four
Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Gonzaga Vikings and Shamrocks are on to the St. John`s Senior Baseball League best of seven final series. The Vikings took advantage of some sloppy defense by Feildians to twice overcome a three run lead by the Double Blues to beat Feildians 12-7. They take the best of five
A Member of the Mount Pearl Referees Association has been chosen to officiate at St. John’s IceCaps home games this season. Darryl Butt will start officiating games when the IceCaps start their home season at Mile One in October. He is the second Mount Pearl Hockey Official to make it to the pro ranks. Kevin
LaFontaine Club Molson evened the best of five St Johns Intermediate Fast Pitch Softball semi-finals at a game apiece with a 7-0 win over MJR Masonry at Lions Park. Johnny O’Reilly gets the win on a one hitter and 13 strikeouts. Adam James starts and takes the loss for MJR Masonry. David Kennedy and
It was the longest game in St. John’s Intermediate baseball playoff history. Shamrocks scored two runs in the bottom of the 14th inning and edge Knights 5-4 to take the best of five semi-final series in straight games. It was John Simms single with two out in the bottom of the 14th that drove in
The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts of the Provincial “A” senior hockey league have a new coach and he is no stranger to Newfoundland Hockey. Tom Coolan is a former player and former NHL Assistant Coach, He takes over immediately his new duties with the team.
Shamrocks and Roebothan McKay and Marshall Gonzaga Vikings are both one win away from meeting in the St. John’s Senior Baseball finals. The Shamrocks defeated Holy Cross 11-2 Sunday in the completion of an earlier game to go up two games to home against Cross. Holy Cross rebounded in the scheduled game