In AUS men's hockey action, after giving up a two goal lead, the Saint Mary’s Huskies (14-7-2) recovered and took the win over the StFX X-Men (11-8-2) by a 4-3 margin in overtime, Wednesday night at the Halifax Forum.
The StFX X-Men defeated UPEI Panthers by a 6-3 margin Friday evening at the Charles V Keating Centre. The crowd of over 400 people were treated to 60 minutes of physical hockey, with both teams taking advantage of their power play opportunities.
In Friday night AUS hockey action, the Dalhousie Tigers edged the StFX X-Men 1-0 at the Halifax Forum. It took 59 minutes for someone to find the back of the net as Tigers forward Campbell Pickard (Halifax, NS) scored the late third period goal to give them the 1-0 victory.
X-Men hockey head coach Brad Peddle is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Junior X-Men spring development camps. The six-week camps will be available from April 6 to May 26, 2019 for highly motivated athletes to prepare for advanced hockey programs in novice, atom, pee wee and bantam classifications.
StFX X-Men forward Holden Cook, a fourth year business student from Whitby, Ont. wrapped up a three-game stint with the U SPORTS all-star team in their series against the Canadian world junior prospects in Victoria, B.C. It marked the third consecutive year that Cook competed with the all-star squad. This year the U SPORTS all-stars won the series 2-1. X-Men alumnus Patrick Grandmaitre, the current head coach of the Ottawa Gee Gees was also a part of the all-star team as an assistant coach.
In their final home game of the first half of the season, the Dalhousie Tigers played host to the StFX X-Men at the Halifax Forum on Wednesday. Special teams made all the difference in this one as the Tigers capitalized to take the 5-2 win.
Cole MacDonald (Wetaskiwin, AB) scored the game winning goal with just under three minutes to play as the StFX X-Men defeated the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus 5-3 Saturday night at the Charles V. Keating Centre. The crowd was treated to an entertaining 60 minutes of play, as the teams were tied after the first and second periods.
The StFX X-Men defeated the visiting Dalhousie Tigers 4-1 at the Keating Centre on a snowy Friday evening. The crowd was treated to 60 minutes of fast-paced hockey, featuring a scoring blitz for the X-Men in the second period led by first star and Subway Player of the Game Adam Stevens (Bedford, NS) who scored a hat trick.
The U SPORTS No. 1 ranked UNB Reds defeated the No. 10 StFX X-Men by a 5-1 margin Friday night at the Charles V. Keating Centre, following up on another decisive win over the same StFX squad. The Reds won 8-1 last weekend in Fredericton.
The StFX X-Men overcame a two-goal third period deficit to defeat the Aigles Bleus de Moncton 5-4 in a shootout in an intense, prolonged game evening at the Charles V Keating Centre. A crowd of over 400 spectators were treated to a rousing 60 minutes of lightning fast regulation play, five minutes of 3-on-3 overtime, and the eventual shootout.
The StFX X-Men bested the visiting Dalhousie Tigers 2-1 Saturday night at the Charles V. Keating Centre to a crowd of over 600 spectators. The game featured the blue and white sporting pink accessories for the X-Men’s annual “Pink in the Rink” event supporting breast cancer research.
The StFX X-Men outplayed the Acadia Axemen Wednesday evening at the Charles V. Keating Centre, besting the visitors 5-2 after an intense, physical game that saw a combined 74 minutes of penalties incurred.
A power play goal by Victor Beaulac (Alexandre Bernier, Vincent Deslauriers), at 6:21 of the third period broke a 2-2 tie game and lifted the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus (2-1-0) to a 3-2 win over the StFX X-Men (0-1-2) Friday evening at the J.-Louis-Lévesque Arena.
Stephen Johnson (Moncton, NB) potted the game winning goal in a shootout for the Saint Mary’s Huskies as they overcame a three-goal deficit in the third period to defeat the StFX X-Men 5-4 Saturday night at the Antigonish Arena.