Cole and Luke Vardy – sibling rivalry

Cole and Luke Vardy are brothers playing on different teams in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. 17 year old Luke is in his 3rd season in the league and is with the league leading Cole Harbour Wolfpack. Younger brother Luke is a rookie […]

Kenzie MacPhail – CB West & Canada Games tender

Kenzie MacPhail is back! The Cape Breton West and Nova Scotia Canada Games goaltender suffered a concussion at the East Coast IceJam but has returned to the goal and was very sharp with 33 saves in a 5-2 win over Halifax Macs in NSMMHL action […]

Brady Hunter leads NSMMHL in scoring

Brady Hunter is a 16 year old forward with the first place Cole Harbour Wolfpack. The 2018 Cape Breton Screaming Eagles draft pick is the top scorer in the 8 team Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League after a strong first half. John Moore caught […]

Daniel Kline – #15 Halifax Macs

Danile Kline is a 15 year old rookie with the Halifax Macs of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League. He is off to a strong start in his season with 19 points in 23 games this season and his coach says the hard working […]

2019 East Coast IceJam

The 7th annual East Coast IceJam featuring the top major midget and major bantam from across the region will face off Jan 9/13 at the BMO Centre in Bedford NS. More than 100 QMJHL scouts will attend this premiere tournament played over a 5 day […]

Cole Foston – QMJHL prospect

Cole Foston is a 15 year old high scoring forward with Cole Harbour Wolfpack of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey league. He is currently 12th in league scoring and 4th among rookies (17 points /16 games) as the Wolfpack head to 38th annual Monctonian […]

Cam Lohnes jumps from Midget A to Major Midget

Cameron Lohnes is a rookie forward with the South Shore Mustangs of the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey league. He was worried his competitive hockey career was about to end but made a big push this summer to make the step up to Major Midget. […]

Aiden Durnford refuses to be denied

17 year old Aiden Durnford was considered the best Pee Wee aged goalie in the province 5 years ago….and yet he wasn’t able to make a Major Midget team as a 15 year old. There were several reasons for him not making the team but […]