Here's a full length interview with Tobique-Mactaquac M.P. Mike Allen about his thoughts on the arena issue. Recorded Oct. 25, 2011.
Today Angee told me kids go back to school in two or three weeks. I was a bit dumbfounded thinking summer has gone by really fast. But the end of summer does have some positives…particularly that hockey is just around the corner.
When hockey comes to mind here a lot of people start thinking about the Woodstock Slammers. As it is with junior hockey there are usually a lot of changes for teams each year and the Slammers this year will be a lot different. Looking at their training camp roster just 9 players are coming from last years squads and there will be some big holes to fill.
Last year’s three leading scorers and starting goalie have all moved on to the next stage of their hockey careers with Alex Beaton committing to play for Acadia University in the AUS, Nick Huard choosing Nispissing University in North Bay, Ontario ...
First of all I just want to say congratulations to a few local teams who wound up being big winners over the weekend.
The Woodstock DQ Atom C Slammers are District 2 Champions.
And the Bath min boys and mini girls basketball teams swept the Mid Valley Tier 1 Championships over the weekend.
Congratulations to all our local Champs and keep up the good work!
Two games into the MHL Meek Division Final the Woodstock Slammers and Summerside Western Capitals are deadlocked at a game a piece.
On Friday night in Woodstock Alex Beaton netted a hat-trick to lead the Slammers to a 7-4 win and a 1-0 series lead.
But Sunday on the Island Summerside grabbed a 5-3 victory to tie the series at one.
Simon Bissonnette and Eric Bonawitz scored in the third period to make it a one goal game, but Summerside's captain ...
The Woodstock Slammers look to push Campbellton to the brink of elimination in their Meek Division semi-final series tonight as they host the Tigers in game three of the best of seven series.
The Slammers lead the series 2-0 on the strength of 6-1 and 5-1 wins.
Puck drop tonight goes at 7:30 at the Carleton Civic Centre.
In boys high school hockey...
The Carleton North Pizza Delight Stars hope to stave off elimination when they host the Fredericton High Black Kats in game two of their Western Conference Triple-A semi-final.
The Black Kats blanked the Stars 5-0 in game one on Friday, and can eliminate Carleton North with a win tonight.
The opening face-off at the Northern Carleton Civic Centre is set for 7:30.
In Double A action...
The Hartland Huskies wrap up the round-robin portion of their Western Conference Playoff tonight on home ice.
Hartland won the first ...