There’s one game in the Cape Breton West High School Hockey League.
The Inverness-Baddeck Academy Rebels host the Dalbrae Dragons.
The teams have met once so far- the Dragons blanked the Rebels 4-0 in Port Hood in November.
Puck drop at the Dr. Bernie MacLean Cultural and Recreation Centre in Inverness is 7:30 p.m.
The province’s two Quebec Major Junior Hockey League teams return to action against Maritimes Division opponents following the Christmas break.
St. Andrews’ Declan Smith and the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles host Pleasant Valley’s Jacob Hudson, Antigonish’s Jake and Sean Stewart and the Moncton Wildcats at Centre 200 in Sydney at 7 p.m.
The Screaming Eagles (21-12-2), who went into the break with wins in three straight and eight of their last nine, are tied with Rimouski for sixth in the 18-team league with 44 points, four points behind Baie-Comeau for fourth, and a point ahead of eighth-place Charlottetown; the Wildcats (23-10-3) are fourth with 49 points.
Cape Breton has won two of the first three games in the nine-game season series.
The Halifax Mooseheads visit the Charlottetown Islanders at 7:30 p.m.
The Mooseheads (24-7-2), winners of back-to-back games and seven of their last eight before the break, are third with 50 points, a point behind Drummondville for second, and a point ahead of fourth-place Moncton; they’re ranked seventh in the country.
The Islanders (20-10-3) are eighth with 43 points.
The teams have already met five times- Halifax has won all five.