The Antigonish Bulldogs are on the road in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League.
They’re in East Hants to play the Penguins.
The Bulldogs (5-3-0) are second in the Sid Rowe Division with 10 points, three points behind the Strait Pirates for top spot, and a point ahead of the third-place Miners; the Penguins (5-0-2), who have yet to lose in regulation, are second in the Fred Fox Division with 12 points.
It’s the first game of the season between the teams.
Game time is 7:30 p.m.
The Battle of Nova Scotia resumes in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
St. Andrews’ Declan Smith and the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles host the Halifax Mooseheads in the first half of a weekend home-and-home series.
The Mooseheads (11-3-0), who have won back-to-back games and six of their last seven, are tied with Rouyn-Noranda for top spot in the 18-team league with 22 points, a point up on third-place Baie-Comeau.
The Screaming Eagles (7-6-1), winners of four straight, are in a three-way tie for ninth with 15 points, two points behind the three teams tied for sixth, and a point ahead of the two teams tied for 12th.
It’s the second game of the season between the provincial rivals- Halifax doubled Cape Breton 4-2 in Sydney in September.
Puck drop at Centre 200 in Sydney is 7 p.m.
The teams meet again in Halifax Saturday night.
The StFX soccer teams are in Newfoundland to finish off the 2018 AUS regular season.
They visit the Memorial Seahawks in St. John’s.
The X-Men (6-3-1), who have lost two of their last three, are fifth in the 10-team conference with 19 points, two points behind UNB for fourth, and four points ahead of sixth-place Saint Mary’s; the Seahawks (1-6-3) are tied for eighth with six points.
The X-Women (4-2-4), winless in four straight, are fifth in their 10-team conference with 16 points, three points behind the two teams tied for third, and three points ahead of sixth-place Memorial (3-3-4).
Both StFX teams have already clinched spots in the conference playoffs, which take place in Sydney Nov. 1-4.
The women get underway at 4:30 p.m.; the men start at 6:45 p.m.
It’s the first games of the season between the teams, who meet again in St. John’s Saturday afternoon.
The StFX women’s rugby team will play for another AUS title on home turf.
The X-Women host the Acadia Axewomen in the conference championship game.
StFX (6-0), ranked fourth in the country, finished the regular season with a perfect record, including a pair of wins against second-place Acadia (4-2), who are ranked seventh in the country.
The X-Women have won 19 of 20 AUS championships; the Axewomen won the other in 2015.
Kick off at Oland Stadium in Antigonish is 6 p.m.
Both teams have already clinched a spot at nationals, hosted by Acadia, in Wolfville Nov. 1-4.