Ice Hockey in Nova Scotia

Hockey Nova Scotia is the governing body of all ice hockey in Nova Scotia, Canada. Hockey Nova Scotia is a branch of Hockey Canada. Founded in 1974, Nova Scotia is not a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. The Nova Scotia U20 National Team made their debut in 2017 at the Cultural Exchange Exhibition In Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. This page shows the history of the U20 national team.

U20 National Team
Not a IIHF Member
Nova Scotia U20 Unofficial Results
Other Facts:
First Unofficial Game Played: April 14th 2017-5-1 loss to Jamaica U20
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (1) April 14th, 2017
Biggest Unofficial Loss: (1) 5-1 to Jamaica U20 April 14th, 2017


30GKColten EllisCape Breton West
31GKCole MaclarenValley Wildcats
6DJustin BarronHalifax Macs
2DJake BarterGatineau Olympiques
4DNick GibsonDieppe Commandos
3DNoah LaaquanDartmouth Subaru
26DTyler PikeTruro Bearcats
5DNick WelshShawinigan Cataracts
9FWMatt BaronYarmouth Mariners
10FWGerald BlackmoreWeek Major Midjets
12FWNick BlanchardTruro Bearcats
24FWMichael DillWeeks Crushers
7FWLuke HenmenDartmouth Subaru
18FWJacob HickeyWeeks Crushers
23FWJacob HudsonCape Breton West
8FWEvan MackinnonSherbrook Phonix
15FWBrock McLeodValley Wildcats
14FWMakail ParlerMirimichi Timberwolves
11FWBailey PeachCole Harbor Wolfpack
25FWCameron PickedMirimichi Timberwolves
 HCUpdated (09/10/17)


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