The Cape Breton West Islanders have a pair of weekend road games in the Nova Scotia Major Midget Hockey League.
They’re in Dartmouth.
The Islanders (6-2-1) are second in the eight-team league with 13 points, three points behind Cole Harbour for top spot, and three points ahead of third-place Dartmouth (5-2-0).
It’s the second game of the season between the teams- Cape Breton West won the first 3-2 in Dartmouth Oct. 7.
Puck drop is 7:15 p.m.
The Islanders head to Cole Harbour for a match-up of the top two teams in the league Sunday morning.
The two local teams in the Nova Scotia Female Midget AAA Hockey League have two games in as many days.
The Northern Selects host the Northern Lightning in New Glasgow.
The Selects (6-0-1), who are undefeated, lead the seven-team league with 13 points, three points up on second-place Halifax; the Lightning (3-1-2) are third with eight points.
The Cape Breton Panthers play the Fundy Nationals in Saint John.
The Panthers (2-1-1), who are tied with the Nationals (2-3-1) for fourth with five points, are three points behind the Lightning for third, and four points ahead of the sixth-place Penguins.
Both games get underway at 7:30 p.m.
The Selects and Panthers take on the same opponents Sunday morning.
The Novas are on the road for a pair of games in the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League.
They visit the Dartmouth Whalers.
The Novas (3-3-0) are tied with Kings for sixth in the 12-team league with six points, two points behind the three teams tied for third, and a point ahead of the three teams tied for eighth; Dartmouth (1-5-0) is last with two points.
Game time is 5 p.m.
The Novas visit the Rangers in East Hants Sunday morning.
There are a pair of games in the Antigonish Rural League.
The Pleasantdale Panthers play the St. Croix Angels at 7 p.m. and the County Outlaws face the Heatherton Warriors at 8:45 p.m.
Both games are at the Antigonish Arena.
Both of the province’s Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams are on the road.
The Halifax Mooseheads, playing their second of three games in as many days after a loss in Victoriaville Friday night, visit the Sherbrooke Phoenix (5-5-1) at 5 p.m.
The Mooseheads, who are ranked third in the country, visit Whycocomagh’s Chase Ellis and Drummondville Sunday afternoon.
St. Andrews’ Declan Smith and the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles () visit the Saint John Sea Dogs (2-6-3) at 7 p.m.
It’s the second game of the season between the teams; the Sea Dogs beat the Screaming Eagles 5-3 at home Oct. 9.
They meet again in Saint John Sunday afternoon.
The StFX men’s football team visits the Bishop’s Gaiters in AUS action.
The X-Men (4-2), winners of four of their last five, are second in the five-team conference, a game up on third-place Acadia; the winless Gaiters (0-7) are last.
It’s the second and final regular season game between the teams- StFX won the first 42-2 in Antigonish in September.
A win would guarantee the X-Men finish second, and host the AUS semi-final game.
Kick off is 3 p.m.
StFX wraps up the regular season at home against Mount Allison Oct. 27.
The Dr. J.H. Gillis Royals are playing for the NSSAF Northumberland Region Div. 1 girls soccer championships.
The Royals host the CEC Cougars in the title game in Antigonish at 10 a.m. after the game was postponed due to weather conditions Thursday.
Dr. J.H. Gillis had a win and a tie against CEC in the two-game season series between the girls teams.
The winner earns a spot in provincials Nov. 2-3.