The Journal Pioneer
MacDougall discusses P.E.I. connection with UNB Reds
Senior Regals win in double OT to take lead over Maroons
IJHL Playoffs: Gallant’s hat trick paces Vipers to series lead
Lilly earns TOSH award
Gallant teams with Peterman to win Canadian mixed doubles curling championship
UPDATED: Western Capitals advance to Round 2 of MHL playoffs
Speed Skate P.E.I. names team for Canada East event
Five Island skaters were named to Team P.E.I. set to compete at the Canada East short track championships Saturday and Sunday in Campbellton, N.B. The squad includes Jane Bruce, who has won two gold and two silver medal in events this season ...
SCOTT STINSON: Absence of MVP Marie-Philip Poulin is felt in Clarkson Cup final
Marie-Philip Poulin has two Olympic gold medals and scored the game-winning goal for each of them. She was the leading scorer in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League this season and was named the league’s MVP on Friday night. And on ...
Habs' showdown in Columbus shaping up as pivotal game in playoff race
The Canadiens will play their most important game of the season on Thursday when they travel to Columbus to play the Blue Jackets. No matter how you looked at the game, it was going to be important. But it became even more crucial after the events ...
Islanders grab medals at Curling Canada events
Island curlers earned a bit of hardware at the recent Curling Canada under-25 mixed doubles event in Fredericton, N.B. Charlottetown’s Aleya Quilty teamed with New Brunswick’s Alex Robichaud to earn the gold medal with an 11-8 extra ...
CONCACAF teams to learn Nations League draw on Wednesday in Las Vegas
Canada will learn its next CONCACAF Nations League opponents at Wednesday's draw in Las Vegas, but it already knows that it will face one of Mexico, the U.S., Costa Rica and Honduras. The Canadian men wrapped up their perfect four-game ...
Canadian reliever John Axford signs new minor-league deal with Blue Jays
MONTREAL — The Toronto Blue Jays have re-signed Canadian reliever John Axford to a minor-league deal. The native of Simcoe, Ont., was released from a minor-league deal on Saturday after being diagnosed with a stress reaction on a bone in his right ...
Lots of hockey left to be played: Balmas
Mitchell Balmas has been down this road before. Two years ago, the Sydney, N.S., sniper was with the Gatineau Olympiques playing his hometown Cape Breton Screaming Eagles. “They were up 3-0 on us and we came back (to force) a Game 7 ...
Montreal-born featherweight Felicia Spencer signs with UFC, will debut in May
Montreal-born featherweight Felicia Spencer will make her UFC debut against Australian Megan Anderson on a televised UFC card May 18 in Rochester, N.Y. Spencer won the vacant 145-pound Invicta title in November when she submitted Pam Sorenson at ...
‘Just the beginning’: Hulton
The Charlottetown Islanders took care of business on home ice and now turn their attention to being even sharper on the road. Charlottetown defeated the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 3-2 in double overtime Friday and 6-4 Saturday to take a 2-0 ...
Longtime track and field fixtures Andy McInnis and Ken Porter suspended
OTTAWA — Andy McInnis and Ken Porter, two longtime fixtures in Canadian track and field, have been suspended by Athletics Canada in the midst of a sexual harassment investigation. McInnis coached Canada's 4x100-metre men's relay ...