The Journal Pioneer
Heart And Soul wires Summerside feature
CRFC defeats UPEI in exhibition women's rugby action
Clayton disappointed in majority draw in IBF interim welterweight title bout
Prince County Warriors split opening games of P.E.I. under-15 AAA hockey season
Go With Her evens score in stakes finale in Charlottetown
Goobie backstops Charlottetown Islanders to victory over Moncton
Charlottetown’s Thomas Casey shining in final year of junior with hometown Islanders
Thomas Casey has gone from foot soldier to premier player during his major junior hockey career. The 20-year-old son of Tim and Liz Casey broke into the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) on the Charlottetown Islanders’ fourth line, ...
CCAA cancels national winter sport championships; ACAA could possibly hold conference play
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — It has been a bittersweet couple of days for Holland College athletes. The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) announced on Wednesday it would not be holding the 2021 winter championships due to the ...
Eastern Express thumps Central Attack in P.E.I. under-15 AAA hockey opener
The Eastern Express blew out the Central Attack 19-1 Thursday in the first game of the P.E.I. Major Under-15 AAA Hockey League season. Evan Nicholson scored 16 seconds into the game in Pownal and had four of his six goals by the end of the first ...
Some keys for Charlottetown Islanders' success this season
A look at some keys for the Charlottetown Islanders this season. Home ice The team hasn’t had a losing record on home ice since 2013-14. It included going 17-13-2-0 at the Eastlink Centre last year. During the previous five seasons, the ...
Charlottetown Islanders happy to be home
The Charlottetown Islanders have weathered the storm. They went 4-1 to start the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League regular season with all five games coming on the road as the Eastlink Centre was prepared for the hockey season after serving as a ...
Islanders' veteran Cedric Desruisseaux has history of producing in key moments
Reaching back into his past may have helped Cédric Desruisseaux turn his tenure in Charlottetown around. When the Islanders turned back the clock to pay homage to the Armour Fence Islanders in a Feb. 28 game against the Cape Breton Eagles, ...
Cédric Desruisseaux rewarding Charlottetown Islanders for believing in him
What a difference a year makes. Cédric Desruisseaux has 11 points in five games this season for the Charlottetown Islanders. It was Nov. 20, in Game 23, during a three-point performance against the Baie-Comeau Drakkar that he recorded point ...
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Woodmere Stealdeal finish record-setting season with Maritime Breeders Stake title
Sunday afternoon saw the race that Atlantic harness racing fans have been waiting for as the two greatest pacing colts the Eastern Seaboard has ever seen went toe-to-toe every step of the way in the Maritime Breeders Stake. When the dust settled, ...
ACAA's decision on whether to play winter sports expected in November
The Atlantic Collegiate Athletics Association will make a decision next month whether winter sports will be played. In a conference call this week, the presidents of the 10 ACAA institutions agreed to make a decision by mid-November pending a ...
Dube's abrupt departure a surprise to Mooseheads
Cam Russell said he was caught completely off guard when Samuel Dube left the team last week. The Halifax Mooseheads general manager was in the middle of a typical day when word got back to him the third-year forward was packing up and heading ...