Andrew Gordon returns to Sweden

Andrew Gordon is a 31 year old professional hockey player from Halifax, Nova Scotia. His career includes more than 500 games in the AHL and another 50 or more in the NHL. The past 2 seasons, he played with Linkopings HC in Sweden’s top professional […]

Justin Barron a promising Mooseheads rookie

Justin Barron is preparing for his first season in the QMJHL. The 16 year old 2017 Halifax Mooseheads 1st round pick is workng hard this summer as he readies for the team’s August training camp. He is skating regularly with Mooseheads new head coach Jim […]

Arnold returns from 2 month injury

After a serious injury which knocked Angus Arnold off ice, the elite Atom aged Halifax Hawk is finally back on ice. Arnold suffered a broken tibia April 6th in a freakish accident during an on ice training session and made a triumphant return a little […]

Injury prevents Arnold from playing in HHOF event

An injury will prevent Halifax Atom Hawks forward Angus Arnold from playing in the 2017 Hockey Hall of Fame Future Legends tournament in Toronto later this month. A freak collision during a spring hockey practice resulted in a broken tibia will keep him off skates […]

Underage Mooseheads McIsaac named to U18 team

Underage Mooseheads defenceman Jared McIsaac has been named to Hockey Canada’s roster for the upcoming World U18 championships in Slovakia. The Salmon River, Nova Scotia native leaves later today to join some of his teammates who have already left for Europe. McIsaac is coming off […]

Mooseheads Game Day in Rouyn (Game 6)

Mooseheads Game Day in Rouyn is a video showing the QMJHL team preapring what could be its final game of the season. Trailing the best of 7 series 3 games to 2, the Mooseheads were looking to win Game 6 and force a Game 7. […]

Mooseheads return to Rouyn for Game 6

Mooseheads return to Rouyn-Noranda for Game 6 of their best of 7 QMJHL playoff series with the Huskies. After Rouyn-Noranda won a triple overtime thriller 6-5 at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, they boarded a flight home immediately after the game. The Mooseheads on the other […]

Max Fortier three goals in 6-5 triple OT loss

Max Fortier turned in one of the finest performances of his Halifax Mooseheads 4 year career Friday in a 6-5 triple overtime loss to Rouyn-Nornada Huskies in their QMJHL playoff series. The 1st star scored 3 goals leading the young underdogs to a 5-3 lead […]