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Larter, Binns at Canada Cup speed skating championship
VIDEO: Sports talk with P.E.I. Guardian columnist Fred (Fiddler) MacDonald - Oct. 18, 2019
Summerside tackle football teams play final regular-season games Sunday
Women's hockey Panthers keep rolling with 4-1 win at Moncton
Goaltender from Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, fitting in well with Summerside Western Capitals
Weather forces officials to cancel tonight's harness racing in Charlottetown
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Strong sales at Atlantic Classic Yearling Sale
Buyers were out in full force for the Atlantic Classic Yearling Sale last week in Crapaud as more than $1.1 million was spent in hopes of having the next champion. The Crapaud Agriplex was packed Oct. 11 as 108 yearlings went through the sales ...
Quick start keys Wind’s season-opening win
Three goals in the first five minutes of the 2019-2020 regular season carried the Western Wind to a 4-1 victory over the visiting Mid-Isle Wildcats at the Jacques Cartier Arena on Wednesday night. The Alberton-based Wind, the P.E.I. Bantam AAA ...
Spence, Cormier to play for QMJHL
An Island native and a member of the Charlottetown Islanders will play for the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League in the CIBC Canada Russia Series next month. Cornwall’s Jordan Spence and the Islanders Lukas Cormier, both defencemen, will ...
Handrahan paces Red Wings past Metros
The Western Red Wings struck for four goals in the final 11 minutes to break open a close game en route to a 7-3 decision over the Sherwood-Parkdale A&S Scrap Metal Metros on Wednesday night. The Cody Banks Arena in Charlottetown was the site of ...
Summerside Western Capitals on the hunt for a new mascot to replace retired 'Cappy'
The Summerside Western Capitals are looking for someone to fill “Cappy’s” robust shoulder pads. Cappy, the bright red and orange mascot of the local MHL team, was retired from service in 2015 after having played about five ...
Young baseball players from Atlantic Canada make impression in United States
Some of the Atlantic region’s top 18-under baseball prospects recently returned from a memorable showcase experience in the United States. The Atlantic Baseball Academy Blue Wave wrapped up a three-game series with Team Connecticut at the ...
Innocent Kiss the horse to beat in tonight’s CDP feature
With an open-length romp in her rear-view mirror, Innocent Kiss will now take on tonight’s featured pace at Red Shores Casino at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Red Shores officials will be monitoring a weather system approaching the Island ...
MacKay, Hofley earn UPEI weekly honours
Janel MacKay and Simon Hofley are the UPEI Panther Subway athletes of the week. MacKay is a second-year flanker on the women’s rugby team and a science major from South Granville. She scored a try in the Panthers 15-10 loss to ...
Dream come true: Islanders Plandowski, Goobie make Canadian roster for under-17 worlds
A pair of Charlottetown Islanders will play for Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge next month in Western Canada. Goalie Jacob Goobie and defenceman Oscar Plandowski, both Halifax residents, have cracked the 66-man roster for Hockey ...
Hockey P.E.I. hopes to have all-female officiating crews working upcoming jamboree
Hockey P.E.I.’s officiating committee is looking to make history on P.E.I. The provincial association is hoping to have all-female officiating crews oversee a female hockey jamboree at Credit Union Place in Summerside from Oct. 18 to 20. ...