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NESHL - Friday Oct 20 results: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 Memramcook Acadians 3


Posted - Saturday, October 21st, 2017

NESHL - START OF SEASON 2017 - 2018

The North East Senior Hockey League will start its 2017 - 2018 season this Friday, October 20th when the Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs visit the Memramcook Acadians at the Eugene LeBlanc Arena in Memramccok with game time 8 pm.
Posted - Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

NESHL - DRAFT RESULTS - MEMRAMCOOK ACADIANS

Jackson Houck, Ron Gaudet, Maxime Michaud, Luc Gallant, Lukas Kane and Anthony Gardner. Players registered but residing in Memramcook's territory are Stephen Thorne and Mitchell Isaac.
Posted - Thursday, October 12th, 2017

NESHL - DRAFT RESULTS - MONTAGUE PEI STALLIONS

Stuart MacRae, Jordan Scott, Jason Rioux, Alex Peddle, Andrew Graham, Matt Carter, Kevin Saunders, Christian Babineau, Bryan Campbell, Nicolas Gallant, Devin Gilbert, R J Sears and Martin Druet. Player registered but residing in Montague's territory is Taylor Johnson.
Posted - Thursday, October 12th, 2017

NESHL - DRAFT RESULTS - ELSIPOGTOG HAWKS

Tyler Carroll, Bryan Gillis, Kyle Beckwith, Matt Wright, Alex Clark, Jordan Shaw, David Crossman and Charles Austin. Players registered but residing in Elsipogtog's territory are Kris McKay, Trevor Layton, Nick Foran, Ryan Mockler, Mack Gray, Koby Moulton and Bradley Sappier.
Posted - Thursday, October 12th, 2017

NESHL - DRAFT RESULTS - BOUCTOUCHE DODGE RAM JCS

Andrew Flemming,Taylor MacDougall, Peter MacIntosh, Shane Dallaire, Tyler Copeland, Jeff Wilson, Myles Clement, Mathieu Bourgeois, Daniel LeBlanc and Ryan Dunlevy. Players registered but residing in the Bouctouche territory are Brogan Flanagan, John Gallacher, Alex Collette, Luc Collette and Kyle Wilson.
Posted - Thursday, October 12th, 2017

2017 NESHL DRAFT - the deadline for players to register for this year's draft is Monday, October 9th.


Posted - Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

NESHL - 2017 DRAFT: all players not residing in a team's territory must register for the draft if they wish to play in the NESHL for the 2017-18 season


Posted - Thursday, June 8th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - congratulations to the Organizing Committee and their amazing volunteers for a job well done!


Posted - Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP CHAMPIONS GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR CATARACTS


Posted - Saturday, April 15th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - congratulations to the Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs for making it to this year's Allan Cup semi-finals, great team effort as host of this prestigious tournament


Posted - Saturday, April 15th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Saturday April 15 Lacombe AB vs Grand Falls-Windsor NL 4:30 pm


Posted - Friday, April 14th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - SEMI-FINALS RESULTS: Friday April 14 Lacombe AB 8 South East MB 4 & Grand Fall-Windsor NL 5 Bouctouche NB 2


Posted - Friday, April 14th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - SEMI-FINALS: Friday April 14 Lacombe AB vs South East MB 4 pm & Bouctouche NB vs Grand Falls-Windsor 8 pm


Posted - Friday, April 14th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - congratulations to the Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse Senior Hockey Team for a great effort in representing New Brunswick at this year's Allan Cup


Posted - Friday, April 14th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - 1/4 FINALS RESULTS: Thursday April 13 Lacombe AB 3 Lamèque NB 2 (2OT) & Bouctouche NB 1 Stoney Creek ON 0 (OT)


Posted - Thursday, April 13th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - 1/4 FINALS: Thursday April 13 Lamèque NB (1-1) vs Lacombe AB (1-1) 4 pm & Bouctouche NB (0-1-1) vs Stoney Creek ON (1-1) 8 pm


Posted - Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round day 3 results: Wednesday April 12 Lamèque NB 6 South East MB 5 (OT) & Grand Falls-Windsor 3 Lacombe AB 2


Posted - Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round day 3: Wednesday April 12 Lamèque NB (0-1) vs South East MB (1-0) 4 pm & Lacombe AB (1-0) vs Grand Falls-Windsor NL (1-0) 8 pm


Posted - Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round day 2: Tuesday April 11 South East MB 3 Stoney Creek ON 0 & Lacombe AB 5 Bouctouche NB 4 (OT)


Posted - Wednesday, April 12th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round: Tuesday April 11 South East MB (0-0) vs Stoney Creek ON (1-0) 4 pm & Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs (0-1) vs Lacombe AB (0-0) 8 pm


Posted - Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round day 1 results: Monday April 10 Stoney Creek ON 5 Lamèque NB 2 & Grand Falls-Windsor NL 2 Bouctouche NB 1


Posted - Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

2017 ALLAN CUP - preliminary round: Monday April 10 Stoney Creek Generals vs Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 pm / Opening Ceremony 7 pm / Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts vs Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 8 pm


Posted - Saturday, April 8th, 2017

Montague PEI Stalions - NESHL 2016 - 2017 CHAMPIONS


Posted - Friday, April 7th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 5 Friday April 7 Montague PEI Stallions 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 (PEI wins the series 4-1)


Posted - Friday, April 7th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 5 Friday April 7 Montague PEI Stallions 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 (PEI wins the series 4-1)


Posted - Friday, April 7th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 5 Friday April 7 Elsipogtog Hawks at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm (UPEI Arena) (Montague leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series results: game # 4 Sunday Apr 2 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Montague PEI Stallions 2 (PEI leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Sunday, April 2nd, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 4 Sunday April 2 Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 6:45 pm (J K Irving Center)


Posted - Saturday, April 1st, 2017

NESHL - championship final series results: game # 3 Montague PEI Stallions 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 ( PEI leads the series 3-0)


Posted - Saturday, April 1st, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 3 Saturday April 1 Elsipogtog Hawks at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm (UPEI Arena)


Posted - Friday, March 31st, 2017

NESHL championship final series results: game # 2 Friday March 31st Montague PEI Stallions 4 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (PEI leads the series 2-0)


Posted - Friday, March 31st, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 2 Friday March 31 Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 8 pm (J K Irving Center) ( PEI leads the series 1-0)


Posted - Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series results: game # 1 Montague PEI Stallions 8 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 ( PEI leads the series 1-0)


Posted - Wednesday, March 29th, 2017

NESHL - championship final series: game # 1 Wednesday March 29 Elsipogtog Hawks at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm (UPEI Arena)


Posted - Monday, March 27th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 6 tonight Saturday, March 25th is cancelled


Posted - Saturday, March 25th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 6 Saturday March 18 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI 7 pm (UPEI Arena) (PEI leads3-2)


Posted - Friday, March 24th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals results: game # 5 Friday March 17 Montague PEI Stallions 8 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 (PEI leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Friday, March 24th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 5 Friday March 24 Montague PEI Stallions at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals results: game # 4 Saturday March 18 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2 Montague PEI Stallions 1 (series is tied 2-2)


Posted - Saturday, March 18th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 4 Saturday March 18th Montague PEI Stallions at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 pm (PEI leads 2-1)


Posted - Saturday, March 18th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 3 Friday March 17 Montague PEI Stallions at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm (PEI leads the series 2-0)


Posted - Thursday, March 16th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 2 Sunday Mar 12 Montagie PEI Stallions 9 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2 (PEI leads the series 2-0)


Posted - Sunday, March 12th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 2 Sunday March 11 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI Stallions 1:30 pm (PEI leads the series 1-0)


Posted - Saturday, March 11th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: Saturday Mar 10 Montague PEI Stallions 11 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 (PEI leads the series 1-0)


Posted - Saturday, March 11th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 1 Saturday March 11 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI Stallions 7:30 pm & game # 2 Sunday March 12 Lamèque at Montague PEI 1:30 pm


Posted - Thursday, March 9th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 OT, Elsipogtog wins the series 4-3 and advances to the NESHL championship final series


Posted - Sunday, March 5th, 2017

NESHL - SEMI FINALS: game # 7 Sunday Mar 5 Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Sunday, March 5th, 2017

NESHL - SEMI-FINALS: Saturday Mar 4 Bouctouche Dodge Rm JCs 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Sunday, March 5th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 6 Saturday Mar 4 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm (J K Irving Center) (ELS leads series 3-2)


Posted - Friday, March 3rd, 2017

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Sunday Feb 26 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 1 (ELS leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Sunday, February 26th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals: game # 5 Sunday Feb 26 Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Friday, February 24th, 2017

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Wednesday Feb 22 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 2 (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: game # 4 Wednesday Feb 22 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 8 pm (J K Irving Center) (BCT leads the series 2-1)


Posted - Monday, February 20th, 2017

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Sunday Feb 19 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (BCT leads this series 2-1)


Posted - Sunday, February 19th, 2017

NESHL - Division East semi-finals: game # 3 Sunday Feb 19 Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 18th, 2017

NESHL - North Division semi-finals: Saturday Feb 18 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 13 Restigouche North Vikings 5 (LAM leads series 2-0)


Posted - Saturday, February 18th, 2017

NESHL - North Division semi-finals: game # 2 Saturday Feb 18 Lamèque at Restigouche North 8:30 pm


Posted - Friday, February 17th, 2017

NESHL - North Division semi-finales: Friday Feb 17 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 Restigouche North Vikings 2 (LAM leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, February 17th, 2017

NESHL - playoffs semi-finals North Division: game # 1 Friday Feb 17 Restigouche North Vikings at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm


Posted - Thursday, February 16th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals East Division: game # 3 Thursday Feb 16 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 8 pm (series tied 1-1) (J K Irving Center)


Posted - Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals East Division: Sunday Feb 12 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 2 (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Monday, February 13th, 2017

NESHL - semi-finals East Division: game # 2 Sunday Feb 12 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 6:45 pm (J K Irving Center)


Posted - Friday, February 10th, 2017

NESHL - Friday, Feb 10: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (BCT leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, February 10th, 2017

NESHL - playoffs semi-finals East Division: game # 1 Friday Feb 10 Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 8 pm; game # 2 Sunday Feb 12 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 6:45 pm; game # 3 Monday Feb 13 Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 8:15pm. All games will be played at the J K Irving Centre in Bouctouche.


Posted - Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday results: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 10 Montague PEI Stallions 5


Posted - Sunday, February 5th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday Feb 5: Montague PEI Stallions at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, February 4th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday results: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 Restigouche North Vikings 3 & Elsipogtog Hawks 10 Montague PEI Stallions 6


Posted - Saturday, February 4th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday Feb 4th: Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 8 pm (J K Irving Center) & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm


Posted - Saturday, February 4th, 2017

NESHL - Friday results: Montague PEI Stallions 6 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 3


Posted - Friday, February 3rd, 2017

NESHL - week 14: Friday Feb 3 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Montague PEI Stallions 8:30 pm (Wellington PEI); Saturday Feb 4 Montague PEI at Elsipogtog Hawks 8 pm (J K Irving Center) & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm; Sunday Feb 5 Montague PEI at Bouctouche 4 pm


Posted - Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

NESHL - Sunday results: Montague PEI Stallions 11 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 3


Posted - Sunday, January 29th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday Jan 29th: Montague PEI Stallions at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, January 28th, 2017

NESHL - results Saturday: Elsipogtog Hawks 8 Montague PEI Stallions 7 (SO) & Restigouche North Vikings 7 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6


Posted - Saturday, January 28th, 2017

NESHL - this weekend: Saturday Jan 28 Elsipogtog Hawks at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm & Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Restigouche North 8 pm; Sunday Jan 29 Montague PEI at Bouctouche 6:45 pm


Posted - Thursday, January 26th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday results: Montague PEI Stallions 6 Restigouche North Vikings 3 & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 3


Posted - Sunday, January 22nd, 2017

NESHL - Sunday Jan 22: Restigouche North at Montague PEI 2 pm & Lamèque at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, January 21st, 2017

NESHL - Saturday results: Elsipogtog Hawks 12 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3 & Montague PEI Stallions 6 Restigouche North Vikings 2


Posted - Saturday, January 21st, 2017

NESHL - week 12: Sat Jan 21 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm & Restigouche North Vikings at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm; Sunday Jan 22 Restigouche North at Montague 2 pm & Lamèque at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Thursday, January 19th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday results: Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 (OT)


Posted - Sunday, January 15th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday Nov 15th: Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, January 14th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday Jan 14: Montague PEI Stallions 5 Restigouche North Vikings 4 (SO)


Posted - Saturday, January 14th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday Jan 14th: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm & Montague PEI Stallions at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm


Posted - Friday, January 13th, 2017

NESHL - results Friday: Montague PEI Stallions 4 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2


Posted - Friday, January 13th, 2017

NESHL - this weekend: Friday, Jan 13 Montague PEI Stallions at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm; Saturday Jan 14th Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm & Montague at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm; Sunday Jan 15 Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 645 pm


Posted - Thursday, January 12th, 2017

NESHL - CANCELLATION: tonight's game Montague PEI at Bouctouche is cancelled due to weather conditions


Posted - Sunday, January 8th, 2017

NESHL - Sunday Jan 8th: Montague PEI Stallions at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, January 7th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday results: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 Elsipogtog 3 & Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 9 Montague PEI Stallions 5


Posted - Saturday, January 7th, 2017

NESHL - Saturday Jan 7th: Elsipogtog Hawks at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 pm & Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm


Posted - Friday, January 6th, 2017

NESHL - Friday results: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (LAM leads 1-0


Posted - Friday, January 6th, 2017

NESHL- schedule for week 10 & Allan Cup Regionals: Friday January 6 Elsipogtog Hawks at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm (Allan Cup Regionals 2 of 3); Saturday Jan 7 Elsipogtog at Lamèque 7 pm (AC) & Bouctouche Dodge Ran JCs at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm: Sunday Jan 8 Elsipogtog at Lamèque 2 pm (AC if nec) & Montague at Bouctouche 6:45 pm


Posted - Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

HAPPY NEW YEAR!


Posted - Friday, December 30th, 2016

NESHL - Friday results: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Montague PEI Stallions 3


Posted - Friday, December 30th, 2016

NESHL - tonight's game Montague PEI Stallions at Restigouche North Vikings cancelled due to weather conditions


Posted - Thursday, December 29th, 2016

NESHL - Thursday Dec 29: Montague PEI Stallions at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm


Posted - Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

NESHL - Wednesday Dec 28: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6 Elsipogtog Hawks 5


Posted - Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

NESHL - this week's schedule: Wednesday, Dec 28 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:45 pm (J K Irving Center); Thur Dec 29 Montague PEI Stallions at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm; Friday Dec 30 Montague PEI at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm


Posted - Monday, December 26th, 2016

SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM NESHL


Posted - Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 18th results: Montague PEI Stallions 10 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3


Posted - Sunday, December 18th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 18th: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI Stallions 2 pm


Posted - Saturday, December 17th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 17 results: Elsipogtog 6 Restigouche Vikings 1 (ELS wins best of 3 AC regionals 2-0) & Montague PEI Stallions 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2


Posted - Saturday, December 17th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 17: Restigouche North Vikings at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm


Posted - Friday, December 16th, 2016

NESHL - Friday results: Elsipogtog Hawks 4 Restigouche North Vikings 0 (ELS leads 1-0 in best of 3 Allan Cup regionals)


Posted - Friday, December 16th, 2016

NESHL - this weekend: Fri Dec 16 Elsipogtog Hawks at Restigouche North Vikings 8:30 pm (AC 2 of 3); Saturday, Dec 17 Restigouche North at Elsipogtog 7:30 pm (AC 2 of 3) & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Montague PEI Stallions 8 pm; Sunday Dec 18 Lamèque at Montague PEI 2 pm & Elsipogtog at Restigouche North 5:30 pm (AC 2 of 3 if necessary)


Posted - Friday, December 16th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 11th results: Bouctouche JCs 11 Elsipogtog 3


Posted - Sunday, December 11th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 11th: Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, December 10th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 10th results: Elsipogtog Hawks 8 Montague PEI Stallions 3 & Restigouche North Vikings 6 Bouctouche JCs 4


Posted - Saturday, December 10th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 10: Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm & Bouctouche JCs at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm


Posted - Friday, December 9th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Dec 9th results: Restigouche North Vikings 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 (SO)


Posted - Friday, December 9th, 2016

NESHL - week 7: Fri Dec 9 Restigouche North Vikings at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30 pm; Sat Dec 10 Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm & Bouctouche JCs at Restigouche North 8 pm; Sun Dec 11 Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45 pm


Posted - Tuesday, December 6th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 4 results: Montague PEI Stallions 5 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 & Bouctouche JCs 7 Restigouche North Vikings 6 (SO)


Posted - Sunday, December 4th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Dec 4: Elsipogtog at Montague PEI 2 pm & Restigouche North Vikings at Bouctouche JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 3rd results: Montague PEI Stallions 6 Elsipogtog Hawks 3


Posted - Saturday, December 3rd, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Dec 3: Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm


Posted - Friday, December 2nd, 2016

NESHL - Friday results: Bouctouche JCs 5 Au P'tit Mousse 2


Posted - Friday, December 2nd, 2016

NESHL - week 6: Friday Dec 2 Bouctouche JCs at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm; Saturday Dec 3 Montague PEI Stallions at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm; Sunday Dec 4 Elsipogtog at Montague 2pm & Restigouche North Vikings at Bouctrouche 6:45pm


Posted - Friday, December 2nd, 2016

NESHL - Sunday results: Montague PEI Stallions 9 Bouctouche JCs 4


Posted - Sunday, November 27th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Nov 27: Montague PEI Stallions at Bouctouche JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Sunday, November 27th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday results: Montague Stallions 7 Bouctouche JCs 6 (OT) and Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8 Restigouche North Vikings 2


Posted - Sunday, November 27th, 2016

NESHL - week 5: Friday, Nov 25 Bouctouche JCs at Montague PEI Stallions 8pm; Saturday Nov 26 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Restigouche North Vikings 8pm; Sunday Nov 27 Montague PEI at Bouctouche 6:45pm


Posted - Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

NESHL - results Sunday Nov 20: Bouctouche JCs 8 Restigouche North Vikings 6


Posted - Sunday, November 20th, 2016

NESHL - results Sunday Nov 20: Bouctouche JCs 8 Restigouche North Vikings 6


Posted - Sunday, November 20th, 2016

NESHL - results Sunday Nov 20: Bouctouche JCs 8 Restigouche North Vikings 6


Posted - Sunday, November 20th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Nov 20 Restigouche North Vikings at Bouctouche JCs 6:45 pm


Posted - Saturday, November 19th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday results: Lamèque Au P`tit Mousse 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 6 (OT)


Posted - Saturday, November 19th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Nov 19: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30 pm


Posted - Friday, November 18th, 2016

NESHL - Friday results: Bouctouche JCs 8 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 (SO)


Posted - Friday, November 18th, 2016

NESHL - week 4: Friday Nov 18 Bouctouche JCs at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm; Saturday Nov 19 Lamèque at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm; Sunday Nov 20 Restigouche North Vikings at Bouctouche 6:45pm


Posted - Thursday, November 17th, 2016

NESHL - results Saturday Nov 12: Bouctouche JCs 6 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 & Restigouche North Vikings 6 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3


Posted - Saturday, November 12th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Nov 12: Bouctouche JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Restigouche North Vikings 8pm


Posted - Friday, November 11th, 2016

NESHL - results Friday: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3 Elsipogtog Hawks 2


Posted - Friday, November 11th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Nov 11 Elsipogtog Hawks at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm


Posted - Thursday, November 10th, 2016

NESHL - results Sunday Nov 6: Bouctouche JCs 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 1


Posted - Sunday, November 6th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Nov 6 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse visits Bouctouche JCs at 6:45pm


Posted - Saturday, November 5th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday results: Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Restigouche North Vikings 0


Posted - Saturday, November 5th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Nov 5: Elsipogtog Hawks at Restigouche North Vikings 8 pm


Posted - Friday, November 4th, 2016

NESHL - results Friday: Restigouche North Vikings 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4


Posted - Friday, November 4th, 2016

NESHL - WEEK 2 HAS 3 GAMES SCHEDULED

The North East Senior Hockey League has 3 games this weekend for week 2. Friday, Nov 4 Restigouche North Vikings will visit the Au P'tit Mousse in Lamèque 8:30 pm; Saturday Elsipogtog Hawks travels to Restigouche North for an 8 pm game. Finally on Sunday, Nov 6th, Lamèque is in Bouctouche at 6:45 pm to take on the JCs.
Posted - Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

STALLIONS RESCHEDULE HOME OPENER

The Montague Stallions of the NESHL Senior Hockey League announced that their scheduled home opener with 2017 Allan Cup Host “The Buctouche JC Rams” will be re-scheduled. The game was set for 7:45 Saturday night Nov 5th at Montague Wellness Centre. League President Roger Brun informed The Stallions Tuesday night that the required Hockey Canada approval for Interprovincial play within the New Brunswick based league has been delayed and is to be scheduled for Hockey Canada board meeting Nov 17th. All other branch and league requirements for the Stallions have been previously approved.

“It is an unfortunate piece of news” stated Stallions General manager Tom Walker. “However, we will put the extra practice and preparation time to good use. The team will continue to prepare in game like conditions with full contact and develop systems and special team situations”.

The league is in process of amending the original schedule which could now see The Stallions open on the road on Nov 20th with a tentative Home Opener on Friday Nov 25/16. “Our fans and sponsors will still get to see a full schedule of home games against competitive New Brunswick teams Senior teams this winter. We may have to play through Christmas break to get caught up but we are willing to pay that price” stated Devan Gunn Team Captain.


Posted - Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Oct 30 Bouctouche JCs 4 Elsipogtog Hawks 3


Posted - Sunday, October 30th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Oct 30: Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche JCs 6:45 pm J K Irving Center


Posted - Saturday, October 29th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Oct 29: Elsipogtog Hawks 4 Restigouche North Vikings 0


Posted - Saturday, October 29th, 2016

NESHL 2016-17 SEASON START THIS WEEKEND

The North East Senior Hockey League will start its 6th year of operation when the 2016-17 season gets underway this weekend. On Saturday, the Restigouche North Vikings will be in Elsipogtog to take on the Hawks at 7:30pm. Sunday will see Elsipogtog visiting the Bouctouche JCs at 6:45pm.
Posted - Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

REGISTRATION FOR NESHL DRAFT

The NESHL player draft is now open for all players not belonging or residing in an existing team's territory. All players from the Maritime Provinces and in Quebec if residing in Rivière-de-Loup and east of Rivière-du-Loup are requested to complete the registration form on this website.
Posted - Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Any individuals or group interested in joining the North East Senior Hockey League with a team are asked to email their interest and provide contact information to neshl_lhsne@live.ca


Posted - Monday, July 11th, 2016

The North East Senior Hockey League wishes to thank everyone for your continued support


Posted - Thursday, April 7th, 2016

Allan Cup - Atlantic regionals: Saturday April 2 Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 4 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 0 ( GF-W wins series 2-0)


Posted - Sunday, April 3rd, 2016

Allan Cup - Atlantic series; game 2 Saturday April 2 Lamèque at Grand Falls-Windsor NL 7:30pm


Posted - Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Allan Cup - Atlantic series; Friday April 1 Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 9 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 (GF leads series 1-0)


Posted - Saturday, April 2nd, 2016

Allan Cup - Atlantic series 2 of 3: Friday April 1 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts 8pm


Posted - Thursday, March 31st, 2016

NESHL - LAMEQUE AU P'TIT MOUSSE 2016 CHAMPIONS


Posted - Monday, March 28th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 7 Monday March 28 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 (2OT) ( LAM wins the series 4-3)


Posted - Monday, March 28th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 7 Monday March 28 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7:45pm (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Sunday, March 27th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 6 Sunday March 27 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Sunday, March 27th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 6 Sunday March 27 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7:30pm


Posted - Saturday, March 26th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 5 Saturday March 26 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 (OT) (BCT leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Saturday, March 26th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 5 Lamèque at Bouctouche is cancelled due to weather conditions and rescheduled tomorrow, Saturday March 26 in Bouctouche at 8pm


Posted - Friday, March 25th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 4 Sunday March 20 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2 (BCT leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Sunday, March 20th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 4 Sunday March 20 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45pm ( BCT leads 2-1)


Posted - Friday, March 18th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 3 Friday March 18 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2 (BCT leads the series 2-1)


Posted - Friday, March 18th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 3 Friday March 18 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Lamèque Au Ptit Mousse 8:30pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 2 Wed March 16 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6 (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 2 Wednesday March 16 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm (BCT leads final series 1-0)


Posted - Monday, March 14th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 1 Sunday March 13 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 (OT) (BCT leads final series 1-0)


Posted - Sunday, March 13th, 2016

NESHL - Championship series: game 1 Sunday March 13 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45pm


Posted - Saturday, March 12th, 2016

NESHL - East Division finals: game 7 Saturday March 12 Bouctouch Dodge Ram JCs 5 Elsipogtog Hawks 4 (OT) (BCT wins series 4-3)


Posted - Saturday, March 12th, 2016

NESHL - East Division finals: game 7 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks has been change to Saturday March 12th 7:30pm at the Elsipogtog Arena


Posted - Tuesday, March 8th, 2016

NESHL - North Division finals: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 9 Amqui Hotel Gagnon 2 (LAM wins series 4-2)


Posted - Sunday, March 6th, 2016

NESHL - East Division final: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6 Elsipogtog Hawks 3 (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Sunday, March 6th, 2016

NESHL - divisional semi-finals: game 6 Sunday Mar 6 Elsipogtog at Bct 6:45pm & Amqui at Lamèque 7pm


Posted - Saturday, March 5th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Saturday Mar 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 2 (ELS leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Saturday, March 5th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: game 5 Saturday March 5th Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm (J K Irving Center) (ELS lead the series 3-1)


Posted - Friday, March 4th, 2016

NESHL - North Division semi-finals: Friday March 4th Amqui Hotel Gagnon 6 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3 (LAM leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Friday, March 4th, 2016

NESHL - North Division finals: game 5 Friday March 4th Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Amqui Hotel Gagnon 9pm (LAM leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

NESHL - East Division finals: Sunday Feb 28 Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 0 (ELS leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Sunday, February 28th, 2016

NESHL - East Division finals: game 4 Sunday 28 Feb Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45pm (ELS leads series 2-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 27th, 2016

NESHL - divisional finals: Saturday Feb 27 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6 Elsipogtog 4 (ELS leads series 2-1) & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 Amqui Hotel Gagnon 3 (LAM leads series 3-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 27th, 2016

NESHL - divisional finals: Saturday February 27 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 7:30pm (J K Irving Center) & Amqui at Lamèque 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, February 26th, 2016

NESHL - North Division finals: game 3 Friday Feb 26 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 12 Amqui Hotel Gagnon 1 (LAM leads series 2-1)


Posted - Friday, February 26th, 2016

NESHL - North Division finals: game 3 Friday Feb 26 Amqui Hotel Gagnon at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Tuesday, February 23rd, 2016

NESHL - East Division finals: Sunday Feb 21 Elsipogtog Hawks 10 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4 (ELS lead series 2-0)


Posted - Sunday, February 21st, 2016

NESHL – East Division finals game 2: Sunday February 21 Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45pm


Posted - Sunday, February 21st, 2016

NESHL - divisional finals: Sat Feb 20 Elsipogtog Hawks 3 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 2 (5OT) (ELS leads series 1-0) & Amqui Hotel Gagnon 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 4 (OT) (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Sunday, February 21st, 2016

NESHL - divisional finals: Saturday Feb 20 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 7:30pm & Lamèque at Amqui 9pm


Posted - Saturday, February 20th, 2016

NESHL - North Division Finals: Friday Feb 19 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3 Amqui Hotel Gagnon 1 (LAM leads series 1-0)


Posted - Saturday, February 20th, 2016

NESHL - North Division finals: game 1 Friday 19 February Lamèque at Amqui 9pm


Posted - Friday, February 19th, 2016

NESHL - divisional semi-finals: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 5 (BCT wins series 4-1) & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Restigouche North Vikings 2 (LAM wins series 4-1)


Posted - Sunday, February 14th, 2016

NESHL - divisional semi-finals: Sunday Feb 14 - Memramcook at Bouctouche 6:45pm & Lamèque at Restigouche North 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, February 12th, 2016

NESHL - divisional semi-finals: Friday results - Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors 4 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 1 & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8 Restigouche North 4


Posted - Friday, February 12th, 2016

NESHL - divisional semi-finals: Friday Feb 12 Bouctouche at Memramcook 8pm & Restigouche North at Lamèque 8:30pm


Posted - Thursday, February 11th, 2016

NESHL - North Division semi-finals: Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 7 Restigouche North Vikings 1 (LAM leads the series 2-1)


Posted - Thursday, February 11th, 2016

NESHL - Division North semi-finals: Thursday Feb 11 Lamèque at Restigouche North 8:30pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 4 (BCT leads 2-0)


Posted - Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Wednesday Feb 10 Memramcook at Bouctouche 7:45pm (BCT leads series 1-0)


Posted - Tuesday, February 9th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Bouctouche at Memramcook tonight's game cancelled


Posted - Monday, February 8th, 2016

NESHL - East Division semi-finals: Monday Feb 8 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Memramcook Wizaed Overhead Doors Acadians 7:30pm


Posted - Saturday, February 6th, 2016

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 12 Restigouche Vikings 4 (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 6th, 2016

NESHL - North Division semi-finals: Saturday Feb 6 Restigouche North at Lamèque 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, February 5th, 2016

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Restigouche North Vikings 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2 (RN leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, February 5th, 2016

NESHL - Divisional semi-final game tonight Lamèque at Restigouche 8:30pm is still on as scheduled


Posted - Friday, February 5th, 2016

NESHL - game tonight BCT at MEM cancelled, rescheduled to Monday at 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, February 5th, 2016

NESHL - Division semi-finals Friday Bouctouche at Memramcook 8pm & Lamèque at Restigouche North 8:30pm


Posted - Thursday, February 4th, 2016

NESHL - Divisional semi-finals Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 8 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 3 (BCT leads 1-0)


Posted - Thursday, February 4th, 2016

NESHL - Divisional semi-finals: Thursday Feb 4 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadiens at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7:45pm


Posted - Tuesday, February 2nd, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Elsipogtog Hawks 14 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Door Acadians 4 / end of regular season


Posted - Sunday, January 31st, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Elsipogtog Hawks at Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 7:15pm


Posted - Saturday, January 30th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Elsipogtog Hawks 10 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 1 & Restigouche North Vikings 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 2


Posted - Saturday, January 30th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 7:30pm & Lamèque at Restigouche North 7:30pm


Posted - Saturday, January 30th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 8 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadiens 5 & Restigouche North Vikings 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6


Posted - Saturday, January 30th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Memramcook at Bouctouche 8pm & Restigouche North at Lamèque 8:30pm


Posted - Wednesday, January 27th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 7 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 3


Posted - Sunday, January 24th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs at Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 7:15pm


Posted - Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Amqui Hotel Gagnon 5 Restigouche North Vikings 3


Posted - Saturday, January 23rd, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Amqui Hotel Gagnon at Restigouche North Vikings 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, January 22nd, 2016

NESHL - Friday Amqui 10 Restigouche North 4


Posted - Friday, January 22nd, 2016

NESHL - Friday Resticouche North Vikings at Amqui Hotel Gagnon 8:30pm


Posted - Wednesday, January 20th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 7 Elsipogtog Hawks 4


Posted - Sunday, January 17th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45pm


Posted - Saturday, January 16th, 2016

NESHL - Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Amqui Hotel Gagnon 3 & Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 Restigouche North Vikings 2


Posted - Saturday, January 16th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Amqui at Elsipogtog 7:30pm & Lamèque at Restigouche North 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, January 15th, 2016

Tonight's game Lamèque at Amqui is cancelled


Posted - Friday, January 15th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Amqui Hotel Gagnon 8:30pm


Posted - Tuesday, January 12th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3 & Elsipogtog Hawks 8 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 5


Posted - Sunday, January 10th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Lamèque at Bouctouche 6:45pm & Elsipogtog at Memramcook 7:15pm


Posted - Saturday, January 9th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Elsipogtog Hawks 7 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 2 & Amqui Hotel Gagnon 7 Restigouche North Vikings 4


Posted - Saturday, January 9th, 2016

NESHL - Saturday Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 7:30pm & Restigouche North at Amqui 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, January 8th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Restigouche North 7 Lamèque 5


Posted - Friday, January 8th, 2016

NESHL - Friday Restigouche North Vikings at Au P'tit Mousse Lamèque 8:30pm


Posted - Thursday, January 7th, 2016

NESHL - Sunday: Amqui 5 Lamèque 1 & Bouctouche 7 Memramcook 6 in OT


Posted - Sunday, January 3rd, 2016

NESHL - Sunday Memramcook at Bouctouche 6:45pm & Amqui at Lamèque 7pm


Posted - Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

NESHL - Saturday's results Memramcook 10 Elsipogtog 7 & Amqui 11 Lamèque 5


Posted - Saturday, January 2nd, 2016

NESHL - Sat Jan 2 Memramccok at Elsipogtog 7:30pm & Lamèque at Amqui 7:30pm


Posted - Friday, January 1st, 2016

Happy New Year, the very best for 2016


Posted - Thursday, December 31st, 2015

NESHL - home & home series Amqui Hotel Gagnon vs Restigouche North Vikings Tuesday in Amqui 8pm and Wednesday in Restigouche North 8pm


Posted - Monday, December 28th, 2015

NESHL - Sunday's results Lamèque 4 Amqui 2 & Memramcook 8 Bouctouche 6


Posted - Monday, December 28th, 2015

NESHL - Sunday, Dec 27th - Amqui at Lamèque 7pm & Bouctouche at Memramcook 7:15pm


Posted - Friday, December 25th, 2015

The NESHL would like to wish everyone a Happy and safe Holiday season and the very best for 2016


Posted - Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

NESHL East Division race getting interesting

The North East Senior Hockey League East Division race is getting really crowded with only 3 points separating 3rd from 1st place (Bouctouche 12 pts – Memramcook 10 pts – Elsipogtog 9 pts). In the North Division there is also a close race for 2nd & 3rd place with only one point separating the two teams (Lamèque 9pts – Restigouche North 8 pts). Results for week 9 are as follows: Friday – Restigouche North Vikings 7 Lamèque Au P’tit Mousse 4; Saturday – Elsipogtog Hawks 8 Memramcook Wizard Overhead Doors Acadians 3; Sunday – Memramcook 5 Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 4.
Posted - Monday, December 21st, 2015

NESHL week 9

The North East Senior Hockey League will present only 3 games this weekend for week 9. Friday - Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse in Dalhousie to take on the Restigouche North Vikings at 8:30pm; Saturday - Memramcook Acadians at Elsipogtog Hawks 7:30pm; Sunday - Memramcook at Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs 6:45pm.
Posted - Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

Amqui and Bouctouche on top of their division

The North East Senior Hockey League only had two games this weekend when the Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs travelled up north to play against two North Division teams. The JCs came back with a split winning Saturday 6-5 against the Restigouche North Vikings and loosing 10-2 to the Amqui Hotel Gagnon. After week 7, Amqui has a huge lead in the North Division with 18 pts followed by Lameque Au P'tit Mousse with 6 pts and Restigouche North with 4pts. The East Division is lead by Bouctouche with 10 points followed by Elsipogtog Hawks with 7 pts and the Memramccok Acadians with 6 pts.
Posted - Monday, December 7th, 2015

NESHL this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League has 4 games on this weekend. Friday - Elsipogtog Hawks travel to Lamèque to play Au P'tit Mousse at 8:30pm; Saturday - Hotel Gagnon Amqui will be in Memramcook at 7:30pm against the Acadians & Bouctouche Dodge Ram JCs taking on Elsipogtog at the J K Irving Center at 8pm; Sunday - Amqui at Bouctouche 6:45pm
Posted - Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Week 4 in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League has 4 scheduled games this weekend. Friday - Restigouche North Vikings visits Au P'tit Mousse in Lamèque at 8:30pm; Saturday - Memramcook Acadians at Restigouche North 7:30pm and Lamèque at Elsipogtog Hawks also at 7:30pm; Sunday - Memramcook at Hotel Gagnon Amqui 3pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 11th, 2015

NESHL action this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will feature a total of 4 games this weekend. Friday - Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Amqui 8:30pm (local time); Saturday - Amqui at Restigouche North Vikings 7:30pm; Sunday - Elsipogtog Hawks at Bouctouche JCs 6:45pm and Lamèque at Memramcook Acadians 7:15pm.
Posted - Friday, November 6th, 2015

NESHL - 4 games scheduled this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will feature 4 games for week 2 of the schedule. Action will start this Friday when the league's new entry Amqui Hotel Gagnon visits Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at 8:30pm. Other games this weekend are as follows: Saturday - Restigouche North Vikings at Amqui 7:30pm; Sunday - Restigouche North at Bouctouche JCs 6:45pm and Elsipogtog Hawks at Memramcook Acadians 7:15pm.
Posted - Wednesday, October 28th, 2015

NESHL - 2015-16 season starts this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will officially opens its 5th season this weekend Saturday, October 24th when the Memramcook Acadians visit the Elsipogtog Hawks at 7:30pm at the Elsipogtog Arena.
Posted - Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

NESHL draft deadline fast approaching Oct 4th for Québec players and Oct 18th for New Brunswick players


Posted - Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

DRAFT DEADLINES FOR THE NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will be holding their player's drafts on Oct 5th for Québec area players (residing in Québec east of Route 289 and Rivière-du-Loup) and Oct 19th for all New Brunswick players. The Québec players’ draft will be limited to the Restigouche North and Vallée de la Matapédia teams. All players not residing within the territories of any team members of the NESHL and wishing to play in the North East Senior Hockey League will have to register if they wish to play in the NESHL without exception
Posted - Sunday, August 23rd, 2015

NESHL - 8 teams for season 2015 – 2016

The North East Senior Hockey League is pleased to announce the return of Memramcook after a 1 year absence and the addition of a new team from La Vallée de la Matapédia. The NESHL will be comprised of two divisions for the 2015 - 2016 season namely North Division - Lamèque, Restigouche North, Tracadie and Vallée de la Matapédia and the East Division - Bouctouche, Elsipogtog, Memramcook and Miramichi.
Posted - Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

NESHL - thank you for your support during the 2014 - 2015 season

The North East Senior Hockey League would like to express their appreciation to all the teams, their officials, coaching and support staff, the players and all our supporters for this past season. Wishing everyone a great summer!
Posted - Monday, April 20th, 2015

2015 Allan Cup - 1/4 finals Grand Falls-Windsor 4 Lamèque 2 - Super effort Lamèque THANK YOU!


Posted - Thursday, April 16th, 2015

2015 Allan Cup - 1/4 finals Thursday April 16 Lamèque vs Grand Falls - Windsor Cataracts 4pm


Posted - Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

2015 Allan Cup - Bentley Generals 4 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 1


Posted - Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

2015 Allan Cup - Clarenville Caribous 5 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 1


Posted - Monday, April 13th, 2015

Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at the 2015 Allan Cup

The Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse Senior Hockey Team are in Clarenville NL this week to participate in the 2015 Allan Cup, Canadian championship for Senior “AAA”. Many years have passed since the last time New Brunswick was represented at the Allan Cup. Preliminary games get underway Monday, April 15th when Lamèque faces the host team Clarenville Caribous at 7:30pm. Their 2nd game will be on Wednesday, April 15th when they will host the Bentley Generals also at 7:30pm. Depending on how they do will determine if they will play in the quarter-finals or go directly into the semi-finals. The North East Senior Hockey League wishes Lamèque a very successful Allan Cup 2015.
Posted - Sunday, April 12th, 2015

Phil Farrow of the Tracadie Alpines names 2015 MVP for the playoffs


Posted - Sunday, April 12th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Tracadie Alpines 7 Bouctouche JCs 3 - Tracadie Alpines North East Senior Hockey League 2014-15 champions


Posted - Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

NESHL - championship final series game 7 Wednesday April 1 Bouctouche JCs at Tracadie Alpines 8:15pm (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Bouctouche 5 Tracadie 3 (series tied 3-3)


Posted - Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

NESHL - championship final series game 6 Tuesday March 31 Tracadie Alpines at Bouctouche JCs 8:15pm (TRA leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Sunday, March 29th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Tracadie Alpines 6 Bouctouche JCs 4 (TRA leads series 3-2)


Posted - Sunday, March 29th, 2015

NESHL- championship final series game 5 Sunday March 29 Bouctouche at Tracadie 7pm (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Saturday, March 28th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Bouctouche 9 Tracadie 3 (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Saturday, March 28th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series game 4 Saturday March 28 Tracadie at Bouctouche 8:30pm (TRA leads 2-1)


Posted - Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Tracadie 6 Bouctouche 2 (TRA leads series 2-1)


Posted - Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

NESHL championship final series game 3 Wednesday March 25 Bouctouche at Tracadie 8:15pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Tracadie 7 Bouctouche 4 (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

NESHL - final championship series game 2 Tuesday March 24 Tracadie at Bouctouche at 815pm


Posted - Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

NESHL - tonight's game Tracadie at Bouctouche is cancelled due to weather conditions, new date and time to be confirmed soon


Posted - Sunday, March 22nd, 2015

NESHL - championship final series game 2 Sunday March 22 Tracadie at Bouctouche 6:45pm (BCT leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, March 20th, 2015

NESHL - championship final series Bouctouche 7 Tracadie 6 (OT) (BCT leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, March 20th, 2015

NESHL - Championship series game 1 Friday, March 20 Bouctouche at Tracadie 8:45pm


Posted - Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Bouctouche 4 Elsipogtog 2 (BCT wins East Division finals (4-2)


Posted - Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

NESHL - East Divsion finals tonight Wednesday Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 8pm (J K) game is on as scheduled


Posted - Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Wednesday March 18 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 8:30pm (J K) (Bct leads 3-2)


Posted - Monday, March 16th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Bouctouche 6 Elsipogtog 2 (BCT leads 3-2)


Posted - Monday, March 16th, 2015

NESHL - tonight Monday Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 7:45pm (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Monday, March 16th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals game # 5 Monday Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 7:45pm (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Sunday, March 15th, 2015

NESHL - tonight's game is cancelled due to weather conditions


Posted - Sunday, March 15th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Sunday, March 15 Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45pm (series ties 2-2)


Posted - Friday, March 13th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Tracadie 17 Lamèque 2 (TRA wins North Division 4-1)


Posted - Friday, March 13th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Bouctouche 3 Elsipogtog 1 (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Friday, March 13th, 2015

NESHL - playoffs divisional finals Friday March 13 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 8pm (ELS) (ELS leads 2-1); Lamèque at Tracadie 8:30pm (TRA leads 3-1)


Posted - Thursday, March 12th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Tracadie 3 Lamèque 2 (OT) (TRA leads the series 3-1)


Posted - Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Daniel Pettersson of the Bouctouche JCs wins the NESHL 2014-2015 MVP for the regular season


Posted - Monday, March 9th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Tuesday March 10th Tracadie at Lamèque 8:30pm (TRA leads 3-0)


Posted - Sunday, March 8th, 2015

NESHL - divisional finals Bouctouche 5 Elsipogtog 3 (ELS leads 2-1); Tracadie 6 Lamèque 5 (TRA leads 3-0)


Posted - Sunday, March 8th, 2015

NESHL - Divisional finals Sunday March 8 Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45pm (ELS leads 2-0); Lamèque at Tracadie 7pm (TRA leads 2-0)


Posted - Saturday, March 7th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Elsipogtog 6 Bouctouche 4 (ELS leads the series 2-0)


Posted - Saturday, March 7th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Saturday March 7 Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 7:30pm (J K) (ELS leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, March 6th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Tracadie 5 Lamèque 4 (OT) (TRA leads 2-0)


Posted - Friday, March 6th, 2015

NESHL - players in nomination for MVP regular season

The North East Senior Hockey League announced today the players placed in nomination for MVP regular season and they are as follows:

BOUCTOUCHE ELSIPOGTOG LAMEQUE

Jacques Cormier Stacy Smallman Tommy Bezeau
Daniel Pettersson Tyrone Sock René-Guy Haché

MIRAMICHI RESTIGOUCHE NORTH TRACADIE

Bryce Silliker Ryan Court Rémi Doucet
Jeff Wilson P J Labillois Phil Farrow

This year's regular season MVP in the NESHL will be announced this Sunday.

Posted - Friday, March 6th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Friday Tracadie at Lamèque 8:30pm (TRA leads series 1-0)


Posted - Thursday, March 5th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Elsipogtog 1 Bouctouche 0 (ELS leads series 1-0)


Posted - Thursday, March 5th, 2015

NESHL - East Division finals Thursday Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 7:45pm


Posted - Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Tracadie 5 Lamèque 4 OT (TRA leads series 1-0)


Posted - Sunday, March 1st, 2015

NESHL - North Division finals Sunday Lamèque at Tracadie 7pm


Posted - Thursday, February 26th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Elsipogtog 6 Miramichi 5 (ELS wins series 4-2)


Posted - Thursday, February 26th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Thursday Miramichi at Elsipogtog 7:45pm (J K Irving Center BCT)


Posted - Tuesday, February 24th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Elsipogtog 5 Miramichi 1 (ELS leads the series 3-2)


Posted - Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Lamèque 6 Restigouche North 5 (LAM wins series 4-1)


Posted - Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Lamèque 3 Restigouche North 2 (LAM leads series 3-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 21st, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Sunday Elsipogtog at Miramichi 8pm (CC) (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Friday, February 20th, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Saturday Lamèque at Restigouche North 8pm (LAM leads 2-1)


Posted - Friday, February 20th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Miramichi 5 Elsipogtog 4 (OT) (series tied 2-2)


Posted - Friday, February 20th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Miramichi 6 Elsipogtog 4 (ELS leads series 2-1)


Posted - Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Lamèque 5 Restigouche North 3 (LAM leads series 2-1)


Posted - Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

NESHL - Wednesday East Division semi-finals Elsipogtog at Miramichi 8pm (LBA) (ELS leads 2-0)


Posted - Monday, February 16th, 2015

NESHL - Tuesday North Division semi-finals Restigouche North at Lamèque 8:30pm (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Monday, February 16th, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Lamèque 7 Restigouche North 2 (series tied 1-1)


Posted - Saturday, February 14th, 2015

NESHL - Saturday North Division semi-finals Lamèque at Restigouche North 8pm (RN leads series 1-0)


Posted - Friday, February 13th, 2015

NESHL - North Division semi-finals Restigouche North 7 Lamèque 4 (RN leads 1-0)


Posted - Friday, February 13th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Elsipogtog 3 Miramichi 1 (ELS leads series 2-0)


Posted - Friday, February 13th, 2015

NESHL playoffs: 2 games Friday: East Division - Miramichi at Elsipogtog 8pm (JKI)(ELS leads 1-0); North Division - Restigouche North at Lamèque 8:30pm


Posted - Thursday, February 12th, 2015

NESHL - East Division semi-finals Elsipogtog 5 Miramichi 2 (ELS leads 1-0)


Posted - Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

NESHL- Divisional semi-finals start tonight

The North East Senior Hockey League's Divisional semi-finals best of seven series gets underway tonight with Elsipogtog Hawks meeting Miramichi Phantoms at the LBA, game time 8pm.
Posted - Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

NESHL - last weekend for regular season schedule

The North East Senior Hockey League will be finishing their regular season schedule this weekend with 4 games. For the East Division, nothing has been decided, 2nd and 3rd place is still up in the air. This weekend schedule is as follows: Friday - Miramichi Phantoms at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm; Restigouche North Vikings at Elsipogtog Hawks 8:30pm; Saturday - Miramichi at Restigouche North 8pm; Sunday - Lamèque at Tracadie Alpines 7pm.
Posted - Friday, February 6th, 2015

Tonights game Restigouche North at Elsipogtog cancelled due to weather conditions


Posted - Saturday, January 31st, 2015

NESHL - 2 weeks regular season end

The North East Senior Hockey League has only 2 more weeks to complete its regular season schedule. Three games are scheduled for this coming weekend and they are as follows: Friday - Tracadie Alpines at Elsipogtog Hawks 8:30pm (Elsipogtog Arena); Bouctouche JCs at Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 8:30pm; Saturday - Restigouche North Vikings at Elsipogtog 8pm also at the Elsipogtog Arena.
Posted - Thursday, January 29th, 2015

NESHL - Tracadie wins North Division & East Division tighter than ever

Week 12 of the NESHL got off to a rare Wednesday start when Miramichi Phantoms won in a shoot out 6-5 against the Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse. With Lamèque's loss, Tracadie wins the regular season North Division title but the East Division is tighter than ever. The rest of this weekend schedule is as follows: Thursday - Bouctouche JCs at Miramichi 8pm (LBA); Friday - Elsipogtog Hawks at Restigouche North Vikings 8:30PM; Sunday - Restigouche North at Bouctouche 6:45pm.
Posted - Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

NESHL - free for all in East Division

The North East Senior Hockey League's East Division is virtually all tied up with 2 points separating all the teams. The results for week 11 are as follows: Friday - Miramichi Phantoms 5 Restigouche North Vikings 4 (OT); Tracadie Alpines 7 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 3; Saturday - Elsipogtog Hawks 5 Lamèque 4 (OT); Sunday - Tracadie 11 Restigouche North 1; Bouctouche JCs 8 Miramichi 2. Summaries of all games are available on this website.
Posted - Monday, January 19th, 2015

NESHL this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League for week 11 of the schedule will have 5 games this weekend. Action will get underway Friday when Tracadie Alpines visit Au P'tit Mousse of Lamèque at 8:30pm. Also Friday will have Restigouche North playing Miramichi Phantoms at the Civic Center 8:30pm. The rest of the schedule is as follows: Saturday - Lamèque vs Elsipogtog Hawks 8:15pm at the Bouctouche Forum; Sunday - Restigouche North at Tracadie 7pm; Miramichi at Bouctouche JCs 7:15pm.
Posted - Friday, January 16th, 2015

NESHL weather results in games cancelled

The North East Senior Hockey League saw its schedule affected by weather conditions which resulted in 2 games being cancelled on Sunday namely Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Tracadie Alpines and Restigouche North Vikings at Bouctouche JCs. The other results from this weekend are as follows: Friday - Lamèque 8 Elsipogtog Hawks 3; Bouctouche 7 Restigouche North 6; Saturday - Tracadie 8 Miramichi Phantoms 5. Summaries for all these games may be found on this website.
Posted - Sunday, January 4th, 2015

NESHL both games for tonight are cancelled due to weather conditions


Posted - Sunday, January 4th, 2015

NESHL 5 games this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will see 5 games being played this weekend. Action starts on Friday when Elsipogtog Hawks travel to Lamèque to take on Au P'tit Mousse at 8:30pm. Also on Friday will see the Bouctouche JCs in Dalhousie to play the Restigouche North Vikings at 8:30pm. The rest of the schedule is as follows: Saturday - Tracadie Alpines at Miramichi Phantoms 8pm (LBA); Sunday - Restigouche North at Bouctouche 6:45pm; Lamèque at Tracadie 7pm.
Posted - Thursday, January 1st, 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL AND THE VERY BEST FOR 2015


Posted - Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Tracadie Alpines wins twice

The Tracadie Alpines with their 2 wins over Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse this weekend have taken over first place in the North East Senior Hockey League. On Friday it was Tracadie 4 Lameque 3 in OT while on Sunday Tracadie won by a score of 11-6. In the only other game on Sunday, Miramichi Phantoms won over Elsipogtog Hawks 2-1. Summaries of all games may be found on this website.
Posted - Monday, December 29th, 2014

NESHL wishes everyone the very best for the Holidays!


Posted - Monday, December 22nd, 2014

JCs Daniel Pettersson with 8 points game

This past weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League Daniel Pettersson of the Bouctouche JCs had an 8 points game Saturday with 4 goals and 4 assists against the Restigouche North Vikings leading his team to an 11-5 victory. Other results were as follows: Friday - Miramichi Phantoms 8 Elsipogtog Hawks 6; Saturday - Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 Miramichi 2; Sunday - Elsipogtog 9 Restigouche North 6. Summaries of all games may be found on this website.
Posted - Monday, December 22nd, 2014

Week 7 in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League has 5 games scheduled for week 7. The games are as follows: Friday - Elsipogtog Hawks at Miramichi Phantoms 8:30pm (Civic Center); Saturday - Bouctouche JCs at Restigouche North Vikings 8pm; Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Miramichi 8:30pm (CC); Sunday - Restigouche North at Elsipogtog 6:45pm (Forum); Bouctouche at Tracadie Alpines 7pm.


Posted - Friday, December 19th, 2014

NESHL 3 home & home series this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will feature 3 home & home series this weekend namely Restigouche North Vikings vs Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse, Miramichi Phantoms vs Tracadie Alpines and Elsipogtog Hawks vs Bouctouche JCs. The schedule is as follows: Friday - Tracadie at Miramichi 8:30pm (CC); Restigouche North at Lamèque 8:30pm; Saturday - Lamèque at Restigouche North 8pm; Bouctouche at Elsipogtog 8:30pm (Forum); Sunday - Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45pm; Miramichi at Tracadie 7pm.
Posted - Thursday, December 11th, 2014

NESHL Elsipogtog shares top position

With two wins on the weekend the Elsipogtog Hawks have joined Tracadie Alpines on top of the North East Senior Hockey League standings. Elsipogtog won over the Miramichi Phantoms 8-0 and a 6-5 overtime win over the Bouctouche JCs. In other weekend games saw Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 9 Bouctouche 4; Tracadie 7 Restigouche North Vikings 0; Tracadie 7 Miramichi 6 in a shootout. Summaries for all games are available on this website.
Posted - Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Week 5 in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will have 5 games on for this weekend. The action will kick off on Friday when Bouctouche JCs travel to Lamèque to take on Au P’tit Mousse at 8:30pm. The rest of the weekend schedule is as follows: Saturday - Tracadie Alpines at Restigouche North Vikings 8pm; Miramichi Phantoms at Elsipogtog Hawks 8:30pm (Bouctouche Forum); Sunday – Elsipogtog at Bouctouche 6:45pm (J K Irving Center); Miramichi at Tracadie 7pm.
Posted - Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014

Miramichi Phantoms leads the NSHL

The Miramichi Phantoms sit on top of the North East Senior Hockey League after week 4 of league action. The results for this weekend are as follows: Friday: Miramichi 7 - Restigouche North Vikings 3; Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5 - Elsipogtog Hawks 3; Saturday: Tracadie Alpines 6 - Bouctouche JCs 4; Lamèque 4 - Restigouche North 2. The summaries for all these games are on our website.
Posted - Sunday, November 30th, 2014

NESHL 4 games on for this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League has 4 games scheduled for this coming weekend. Action starts on Friday with 2 games Elsipogtog Hawks traveling to Lamèque to take on the Au P'tit Mousse at 8:30pm while the Restigouche North Vikings will be in Miramichi at the Civic Center to play the Phantoms also at 8:30pm. Saturday will see Tracadie Alpines in Bouctouche at 7:45pm against the JCs and Lamèque in Dalhousie to measure themselves against Restigouche North 8pm.
Posted - Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

Tracadie Alpines start season with 2 wins

Tracadie Alpines had a successful season start with 2 victories in a home and home series with the Restigouche North Vikings winning 10-1 Saturday in Dalhousie and 8-6 at home on Sunday. In other NESHL action, the results are as follows: Wednesday Miramichi Phantoms 2 Bouctouche JCs 1; Thursday Elsipogtog Hawks 8 Miramichi 7 (SO); Saturday Elsipogtog 9 Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 5; Sunday Bouctouche 9 Lamèque 4.
Posted - Tuesday, November 25th, 2014

NESHL full schedule for week 3

Week 3 action in the North East Senior Hockey League will feature a total of 6 games. It all gets underway Wednesday when the Bouctouche JCs travel to the Miramichi to take on the Phantoms in their home opener at the Civic Center 8pm. The rest of the schedule is as follows: Thursday Elsipogtog Hawks at Miramichi 8pm (LBA); Saturday, Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse at Elsipogtog 7:30pm (J K Irving Center) and Tracadie Alpines at Restigouche North Vikings 8pm; Sunday Lamèque at Bouctouche 6:45pm and Restigouche North at Tracadie 7pm.
Posted - Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

NESHL weekend results

Results for week 2 action in the North East Senior Hockey League are as follows: Friday Lamèque Au P'tit Mousse 6 Miramichi Phantoms 5 (OT); Saturday Miramichi 7 Restigouche North Vikings 6; Sunday Bouctouche JCs 8 Elsipogtog Hawks 2


Posted - Monday, November 17th, 2014

2nd Draft Results

Round MIRAMICHI TRACADIE BOUCTOUCHE
1Mathieu Richard Mathieu LeBlancMichael LeBlanc
2Scott Sherwood Igor Ivanov Ian-Mathieu Girard
3Jesse ColborneJamie Vautour Jacques d’Entremont
4Alex McQuinnMartin Cormier
5Luke McMackin
Round LAMEQUE RESTIGOUCHE-NORD ELSIPOGTOG
1Christian Gaudet Mathieu Bolduc Derek Cormier
2Jean-Yves Cormier Stéphane DionMichel Breau
3Julien Belliveau Zack Sweet

Posted - Friday, November 14th, 2014

NESHL this weekend

In week 2 action this weekend, the North East Senior Hockey League will feature 3 games. Things will get underway Friday with the Miramichi Phantoms in Lamèque to take on Au P'tit Mousse at 8:30pm. Saturday Miramichi will be travelling to Dalhousie to play the Restigouche North Vikings at 8pm. Rounding up the weekend on Sunday will see the Bouctouche JCs taking on the Elsipogtog Hawks at 6:45pm at the J K Irving Center as Elsipogtog ice will only be ready next week.
Posted - Friday, November 14th, 2014

Trade

Bouctouche and Miramichi have confirmed a trade.

Darcy Tuplin from Miramichi traded to Bouctouche for Ryan Lehr

Posted - Friday, November 7th, 2014

Draft Results

Round MIRAMICHI TRACADIE BOUCTOUCHE
1Jonathan ConnelyPhil FarrowCraig Soke
2Garrett BellAlex AllisonBrett MacLean
3Grant DonovanRobert BuchananChris Johnson
4Zack FirlotteShayne ShanksDonald Cormier
5Jean-Philippe Pinet
6Patrick Guitard
Round LAMEQUE RESTIGOUCHE-NORD ELSIPOGTOG
1Zack TessierPatrick EarleStacy Smallman
2Jason CormierJordan KennyRyan Burgoyne
3Randy GallantBrandon McCormickDerrick Bergeron
4 Frederic BenoitJeff Walsh

Posted - Friday, November 7th, 2014

NESHL 2014-2015 season opens Saturday in Dalhousie

The North East Senior Hockey League will open its 2014-2015 regular season on Saturday, November 8th with the league's two newest teams Elsipogtog Hawks and the Restigouche Nord Vikings meeting in Dalhousie at 8pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

NOTICE TO FORMER PLAYERS OF CAP-PELE & MEMRAMCOOK

All players from last year's teams of Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs and the Memramccok Acadiens wishing to play this season will need to register for the draft.
Posted - Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

NESHL DRAFT EXTENDED TO SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND

Any players residing outside of our teams territory and wishing to play in the league will need to register in the draft by November 2, no exceptions allowed.
Posted - Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

NESHL 2014-2015 season gets underway Friday, Nov 14th

The North East Senior Hockey League will start their 2014-2015 season on Friday, November 14th. There will be a total of six teams playing in a single division this season. The Bouctouche JCs, Au P'tit Mousse of Lamèque, Miramichi Phantoms and the Tracadie Alpines are the returning teams. Two new teams have joined the circuit namely the Elsipogtog Hawks and the Restigouche North Vikings. All teams will play a 20 game schedule with each teams playing each other in a double home and home series.
Posted - Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

NESHL DRAFT

All players wishing to play in the North East Senior Hockey League and residing outside NESHL teams' territory must register for the draft if they wish to play in the NESHL without exception.
Posted - Thursday, October 9th, 2014

NESHL playoffs starts Thursday in Bouctouche & Friday in Tracadie-Sheila

The regular season is now complete and the North East Senior Hockey League’s divisional playoffs gets underway this week. In the East Division semi finals it will be the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs meeting the Bouctouche JCs with the winner meeting Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadiens. In the North Division Miramichi Phantoms will face Tracadie-Sheila Alpines for the right to see who will be playing Lamèque Au P’TIT Mousse in their divisional finals. Both series will be a best of 7. Action will start this Thursday for game 1 when Cap-Pelé travels to Bouctouche, game time set for 8pm. Friday Miramichi will be in Tracadie-Sheila for game 1 of their series at 8:30pm. The rest of this week schedule will be as follows: Saturday – Bouctouche at Cap-Pelé 7pm; Sunday – Cap-Pelé vs Bouctouche 6:45pm and Tracadie-Sheila at Miramichi 8:30pm at the Civic Center.
Posted - Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Memramcook East Division Champions


Posted - Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

NESHL regular season schedule ends this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will conclude its regular season schedule this weekend with 5 games. First place in the East Division is yet to be decided with Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadiens holding a slim 2 points lead over the Bouctouche JCs. These two teams will meet in a home and home series to determine who will get a bye directly into the divisional finals. Games scheduled this weekend are as follows: Friday – Bouctouche at Memramcook 8:15pm; Tracadie-Sheila Alpines visiting the Lamèque Au P’TIT Mousse 8:30pm; Saturday – Miramichi Phantoms at Tracadie-Sheila 8pm; Memramcook at Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 8:30pm; Monday – Memramcook at Bouctouche 7:45pm.
Posted - Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Lamèque North Division Champions

Lamèque Au P’TIT Mousse clinched first place in their division giving them a bye in the first round of the playoffs and home ice advantage in their divisional final series. Weekend results were as follows: Friday – Lamèque 6 Miramichi Phantoms 4; Bouctouche JCs 7 Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 6 (SO); Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadiens 8 Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 5; Saturday – Tracadie-Sheila 11 Bouctouche 3; Sunday – Lamèque 11 Miramichi 10; Bouctouche 5 Cap-Pelé3. Detailed summaries of these games are available on this website.
Posted - Monday, January 27th, 2014

Weekend summary

There were no double game winners this past weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. Results are as follows: Friday - Miramichi Phantoms 9 Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadiens 6; Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse 10 Cap- Pelé Pêcheurs 0; Saturday - Memramcook 5 Cap-Pelé 3; Sunday - Bouctouche JCs 9 Miramichi 3; Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 4 - Lamèque 3 (OT). Summaries for all games can be found on this website
Posted - Sunday, January 19th, 2014

PERFECT WEEKENDS FOR BOUCTOUCHE & TRACADIE-SHEILA

Bouctouche JCs and the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines were perfect this weekend with each two victories in the North East Senior Hockey League. Weekend results were as follows: Friday – Miramichi Phantoms 7 Lamèque Au P’TIT Mousse 6 (SO); Tracadie-Sheila 6 Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadians 4; Saturday – Bouctouche 5 Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 4; Sunday – Bouctouche 5 Cap-Pelé 4; Memramcook 7 Lamèque 1; Tracadie-Sheila 7 Miramichi 1. Summaries of these games are available on this website.
Posted - Monday, January 13th, 2014

Results for week 9

High scoring games were the story of this past weekend in the NESHL. Friday night saw the Memramccok Maison Levesque Acadiens beating the Miramichi Phantoms 10-5 while the Au P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque winning 9 to 4 over the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines. Saturday Miramichi was the winner over the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 10-7 and on Sunday, Lamèque winning over Tracadie-Sheila 10-2. The summaries of these games are available on this website.
Posted - Wednesday, January 1st, 2014

The NESHL, the players and team staff would like to wish everyone the very best for the Holidays!


Posted - Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

NESHL results

Only three games were played this weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League as 2 games were cancelled due to weather conditions. On Friday Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse were in Miramichi and came up victors over the home town Phantoms by a score of 8 to 5 while Memramcook Maison Levesque Acadiens topped the JCs 7-4 in Bouctouche. Last night the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs won over Memramcook 9 to 8. The summaries of these games are available on our website.
Posted - Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

The weather has the final say for this weekend

Weather conditions greatly affected the North East Senior Hockey League as all Sunday games had to be cancelled. Only 4 of 6 games were played with the following results: Thursday Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs came out on top of the Miramichi Phantoms by a score of 7-4. On Friday it was Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens 3 and Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 2 and Bouctouche JCs over Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse 3 - 2 in OT. On Saturday Miramichi Phantoms upset divisional leader Lamèque by a score of 6 to 4. Detailed summaries may be found on this site.
Posted - Sunday, December 15th, 2013

NESHL results

Four games were played this past weekend in the NESHL. Friday saw the Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens come on top of the Au P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque 10-4 while the Miramichi Phantoms got the best of the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 6 to 4. Sunday results saw Lamèque beat Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 7-3 with the Bouctouche JCs over Memramccok by a score of 7 to 4. Summaries of these games may be found on this website.
Posted - Sunday, December 8th, 2013

NESHL week 5 results

The North East Senior Hockey League saw only 3 of it's 5 scheduled games played due to weather and other reasons. Friday, two games were played with home team Memramcook Acadiens edging the Bouctouche JCs 7-6 while Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse came out on top of the Miramichi Phantoms 9-4. Saturday the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines were in Bouctouche but came out on the short end of a 7-5 score. All the summaries of these games are available on this website.
Posted - Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Tracadie-Sheila with two big wins over the weekend

Week 4 was Tracadie-Sheila Alpines' week with two huge victories over both Divisional leaders Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse and Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs. Weekend results are as follows: Friday - Miramichi Phantoms 7 Bouctouche JCs 4; Lamèque Au P'TIT Mousse 10 Memramcook Acadiens 4; Saturday - Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 5 Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 2; Sunday - Bouctouche 10 Miramichi 4; Memeramcook 6 Cap-Pelé 4; Tracadie-Sheila 6 Lamèque 4. Please see the game summaries on this website for all the details.
Posted - Monday, November 25th, 2013

NESHL weekend results

After week 2 action in the NESHL, only Lameque's Au P'TIT Mousse remains undefeated. Friday night results were as follows: Tracadie-Sheila Alpines over Miramichi Phantoms 11 - 10 in a shootout victory, Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 5 - 2 winners over Memramcook Acadiens and Lamèque 10 - 7 victors over Bouctouche JCs. On Satuday, Lamèque had their 2nd win of the weekend by handing the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs their first loss this season in a 5 - 4 OT win. The game summaries are available on this website.
Posted - Sunday, November 10th, 2013

Pecheurs Vs JCs - Sunday's Highlights


Posted - Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

NESHL 2013 - 2014 starts this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will starts it's 2013 - 2014 regular season this weekend with 4 games scheduled. Friday will see two games with Bouctouche JCs in Miramichi to take on the Phantoms at 8pm at the LBA while Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will play the Acadiens in Memramcook at 8:15pm. Two games are slated for Sunday with the 2013 NESHL champions Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs at the J K Irving Center in Bouctouche to face the JCs at 6:45pm. Miramichi will be travelling to Tracadie-Sheila for a 7pm contest against the Alpines to wind down week 1 of the schedule.
Posted - Monday, October 28th, 2013

NESHL draft results

The NESHL held it's pre-season draft and the results are as follows: Bouctouche (Ryan Lehr, Seth Bowen, Aaron Hamilton); Cap-Pelé (Mathieu Boldub, Ryan McMackin); Lamèque (Zack Firlotte, Rob Buchanan, Andrew Sim); Memramcook (Francis Rochon, Zachary Sweet, Andrew Carrier); Miramichi (James Sanford, Justin Norris, Benson Thompson); Tracadie-Sheila (Travis Perry, Marc Ouellette).
Posted - Monday, October 21st, 2013

NESHL regular season open Friday, November 1st

The North East Senior Hockey League's 2013 - 2016 regular season will get underway Friday, November 1st. All six teams, namely Bouctouche, Cap-Pelé, Lamèque, Memramccook, Miramichi and Tracadie-Sheila have all confirmed they will be back for this season. The NSHL schedule will be posted on this website shortly. Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs are the defending champions.
Posted - Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Bouctouche JC's Try Out

The Bouctouche JC's Senior hockey team will be holding their first tryout tommorow, October 16th starting at 7:30pm at the JK Irving Arena. All players residing in the Kent County / Riverview / Salisbury area plus all players that were drafted by them are inviting to attend this tryout.
Posted - Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

NESHL PLAYOFFS Championship series: Cap-Pelé wins 6 - 3 and series 4 - 0 North Est Senior Hockey League CHAMPIONS


Posted - Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

NESHL PLAYOFFS Divisional finals: Tracadie-Sheila beats Lamèque 8 -5, North Division Champions


Posted - Thursday, March 7th, 2013

Cap-Pelé wins 5-4 over JCs, East Division Champions


Posted - Thursday, March 7th, 2013

NESHL action in both playoff series this week

The North East Senior Hockey League playoffs are now in full swing as both series will see action this week. Things will get underway Wednesday when Bouctouche JCs visit the 'Maison Levesque' Acadiens in Memramcook at 8pm in game 2 of their best of 7 series. Bouctouche took the opener 7 - 6 and leads the series 1 - 0. Friday will see two games as Miramichi Phantoms travel to Lamèque to take on Au P'TIT Mousse in the opener of their divisional semi-finals at 8:30pm. Memramcook will be in Bouctouche on this same night at 8:30pm to play the JCs in game 3. Saturday, Lamèque will be in Miramichi for game 2 at 8:30pm and Sunday, Bouctouche is in Memramcook at 7pm to play the Acadiens at 7pm.
Posted - Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

NESHL divisional semi finals start Sunday

The North East Senior Hockey League playoffs will get started this Sunday. The East Division semi finals will get underway in Bouctouche at the J K Center at 6:45pm when arch rivals Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens pay visit to the JCs in the first game of their best of 7 divisional semifinals. During the regular season Bouctouche (13-8-1) finished in second place ahead of Memramcook (11-12-1) to clinch home ice advantage in the series. The 2nd game of this series will switch to Memramcook on Wednesday at 8pm. There will be 2 other games played this weekend to complete the regular season schedule and those are Friday night Miramichi at Lamèque for an 8:30pm contest and Saturday Lamèque will travel to Cap-Pelé to play the Pêcheurs at 8pm.
Posted - Friday, February 8th, 2013

This weekend in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League is nearing the end of it's regular season with only one thing left to be decided and that is first place in the East Division. Presently the Bouctouche JCs has a 2 points advantage over the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs but the JCs have finished playing while the Pêcheurs still have 3 games left. Only 3 games are on tap this weekend with Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens travelling to Lamèque Friday to take on Au P'TIT Mousse at 8:30pm while Cap-Pelé will be in Tracadie-Sheila to play the Alpines at 9pm. To wind up the weekend, on Saturday, Lamèque is in Memramccok for a 7:15pm contest.
Posted - Friday, February 1st, 2013

Divisional leaders in home & home series

The NESHL will have 5 games this weekend. Friday will feature 2 games with Lamèque "Au P'TIT Mousse" at Miramichi to go against the Phantoms for an 8pm start time while Bouctouche JCs are in Memramcook to take on the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens at 8:15pm. Saturday, Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will be in Cap-pelé to play the Pêcheurs at 8pm in the first of a home and home series between divisional leaders. Weekend action will finish on Sunday with Memramcook in Bouctouche to play the JCs at 6:45pm and Cap-pelé in Tracadie-Sheila at 7pm.
Posted - Thursday, January 17th, 2013

NESHL results

Five games were played this weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. The action started Friday in Memramcook when the Alpines from Tracadie-Sheila came out the winner in a shootout victory over the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens 5 to 4. Lamèque hosted the Miramichi Phantoms and came up with the win by a score of 8 - 3. Saturday, Memramccok travelled to Cap-Pelé to meet the Pêcheurs but left empty handed as Cap-Pelé won the game 5 to 3. To complete the weekend, 2 games were played on Sunday with Tracadie-Sheila having the best over Au P'TIT Mousse 5 - 2 and the Bouctouche JCs winning over the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs 7 to 3.
Posted - Monday, January 14th, 2013

5 games on this weekend in the NESHL

The NESHL will have 5 games on tap this weekend. Friday will see two games starting with Memramcook hosting Tracadie-Sheila at 8:15pm and Miramichi travelling to Lamèque for an 8:30pm contest. Saturday, the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens will be in Cap-Pelé to take on the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs. The weekend will finish with 2 games on Sunday with Cap-Pelé in Bouctouche to play the JCs at 6:45pm while Lamèque will be in Tracadie-Sheila to play the Alpines at 7pm.
Posted - Friday, January 11th, 2013

NESHL this weekend

The NESHL will feature five games this weekend. Action starts Friday with Cap-Pelé at Memramccok for an 8:15pm contest and Bouctouche travels to Tracadie-Sheila to play the Alpines at 9pm. Saturday, only one game is on the schedule with the Pêcheurs of Cap-Pelé in Miramichi to take on the Phantoms at the LBA starting at 8pm. The weekend will finish with 2 games on Sunday. Lamèque goes against it's arch rival the Alpines in Tracadie-Sheila at 7pm while Memramcook is in Bouctouche at the J K Irving Center to play the JCs at 7:45pm.
Posted - Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

Weekend results in the NESHL

In the NESHL this weekend, there were a total of 3 games played. Friday in Lamèque, Au P'TIT Mousse overpowered Tracadie-Sheila Alpines by a score of 13 to 5. Saturday was shoot out day with both games decided by a shootout. In Miramichi, the Bouctouche JCs got the last word with the Phantoms 5 to 4 while in Cap-Pelé, the Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens came out on top of the Pêcheurs 6 - 5. It was the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs first game since their bus accident a few weeks past. The summaries of these games are available on this website.Finally the game between Lamèque and the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines Sunday at 7 pm has been cancelled due to weather conditions.
Posted - Sunday, December 30th, 2012

HAPPY HOLIDAYS from the NESHL


Posted - Monday, December 24th, 2012

Week 9 results

There were a total of 3 games played during week 9 in the NESHL. Friday, Tracadie-Sheila Alpines (12-2-1) were in Bouctouche to take on the JCs (6-7-2) and came up with a 7 - 3 victory while in Miramichi (3-10-3), the home town Phantoms lost a heart breaker to Au P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque (5-7-2) 2 to 1 in a shootout. Saturday, Tracadie-Sheila took out their goalie with less than a minute left in the game, scored 2 goals to tie the game and won 9 to 8 in overtime over the Phantoms in Miramichi. Check our website for the summaries of these games.
Posted - Monday, December 24th, 2012

NESHL this weekend

The North East Senior Hockey League will have only 3 games this weekend. Starting Friday in Miramichi, the Phantoms will be hosting Au P'TIT Mousse of Lameque at 8pm at the LBA while the JCS will receive the visit of the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines at the J K Irving Center in Bouctouche at 8:15pm. Saturday, Tracadie-Sheila will be at the Civic Center to take on their arch rival Miramichi Phantoms at 8pm. The Cap-Pelé have decided to only resume play after Christmas as a result of injuries sustained in their bus accident.
Posted - Thursday, December 20th, 2012

NESHL weekend results

There were four games played in the NESHL this past weekend. On Friday, at home, the Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens (8-5-0) won over the Miramichi Phantoms 6 to 1. In Lamèque, in the first of a home and home series, Au P'TIT Mousse had the best over the Bouctouche JCS by a score of 6 - 3. The next night in Bouctouche, the JCs (6-6-2) returned the favor by beating Lamèque (4-7-2) 9 to 5. More than 400 minutes in penalties were handed out to these two teams in this home and home series. To round out the weekend, Tracadie-Sheila Alpines (10-2-1) came up with a close fought victory over Miramichi (3-10-1) 5 to 4 at home. The summaries are available on this website.
Posted - Monday, December 17th, 2012

Sunday's results NESHL

Sunday saw two games played in the North East Senior Hockey League and the results were as follows: Miramichi(3-8-1) 4 (Bryce Silliker 1, Nathan Francis 1, Jeff Wilson 1, Darcy Tuplin 1) Bouctouche(5-5-2) 3 (Ken Therrien 1, Jacques Cormier 1, Pierre Richard 1); Tracadie-Sheila(9-2-1) 9 (Ryan Mockler 2, Glenn Robichaud 2, Scott Hickey 1, Rémi Doucet 1, Yannick Devost 1, Lucien-Carl Sonier 1, Frederic Doucet 1 / Martin McGraw 7 assists) Memramcook(7-5-0) 4 (Stéphane Dion 2, Morgan Nicholas 1, Mathieu Bétournay 1).
Posted - Monday, December 10th, 2012

Bus carrying the Pêcheurs of Cap-Pelé involved in serious accident

The bus carrying the Pêcheurs of Cap-Pelé was involved in a serious accident when it hit black ice on the highway lost control and ended up on it's side in the ditch. The Pêcheurs were coming back home after playing the Au P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque in a regular scheduled game Friday night. Numerous players were injured and ended up in 3 local hospitals. Most players have now been released and are home recovering from their injuries. The NESHL, all it's players and support staff would like them to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy and successful recovery.
Posted - Sunday, December 9th, 2012

Friday's results in the NESHL

Tracadie-Sheila, Memramcook and Lamèque each with a win in NESHL action on Friday. The Alpines travelled to the Miramichi and came up winners with a 6 to 4 victory. Tracadie-Sheila's scoring came from Ryan Mockler and Rémi Doucet each with 2 goals with singles from Lucien-Carl Sonier and Daniel Basque. The Phantoms markers were Darcy Tuplin with 2 and Jeff Wilson and Matt Foster each with one goal. Charles Austin got the win in nets for the Alpines. In the other games the results were as follows: Memramcook 2 ( Morgan Nicholas 1, Mathieu Bétournay 1) Boutouche 1 (Jason Rinzler 1); Lamèque 4 ( René-Guy Haché 2, Marc Aubé 1, Francis Marchand 1) Cap-Pelé 3 ( Jordy Shaw 1, Travis Duguay 1, Justin Vienneau 1). Eric LeBlanc for Memramcook and Sylvain Haché for Lamèque were the winning golatenders. There are 2 games on the schedule Sunday namely Miramichi at Bouctouche 6:45pm and Memramcook at Tracadie-Sheila at 7pm.
Posted - Sunday, December 9th, 2012

NESHL this week

There will be a total of 5 games scheduled on week 7 in the NESHL. Action starts Friday with Tracadie-Sheila at the Miramichi Civic Center to take on the Phantoms at 8pm. Two other games are on this night with the Bouctouche JCs in Memramccok to play the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens at 8:15pm while the Pêcheurs of Cap-Pelé are in Lamèque for an 8:30pm game. Sunday, there will be 2 games starting with Miramichi at the J K Irving Center against Bouctouche starting at 6:45pm and Memramccok is in Tracadie-Sheila to play the Alpines at 7pm.
Posted - Thursday, December 6th, 2012

Two victories for Cap-Pelé on weekend

Week 6 action in the NESHL saw the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs come up with two wins to increase their lead on top of the East Division to 4 points. Friday in the Miramichi, the Pêcheurs came up with a hard fought 6 - 5 win over the Phantoms. Leading the way for Cap-Pelé was Craig Soke with 2 goals with Mathieu Melanson, Marcel Cormier, Phil Farrow and Jordy Shaw each with one. Miramichi's scoring came from Robbie Veriker with two and singles from Nathan Francis, Darcy Foran and Bryce Silliker. Pierre-Alexandre Marion took the win in nets. In other Friday action, it was the Bouctouche JCs 7 (Réjean Cormier 2, René Goguen 1, Pierre Richard 1, Pier-Alexandre Poulin 1, Kevin Cormier 1, Luc Bourque 1) Tracadie-Sheila Alpines 2 (Ryan Mockler 1, Matt Simonson 1)at the J K Irving Center in Bouctouche. J F Mallet was credited with the win in nets. In the final game on Friday, it was the Acadiens "Maison Levesque" of Memramcook 4 (Jonathan Frenette 3, Dillon Theriault 1) P'TIT Mousse de Lameque 2 (Billy Bezeau 1 , Tommy Levesque 1). Eric LeBlanc was in nets for the Acadiens to take the win. Saturday, the NESHL had two games and the results were as follows: Miramichi 5 (Kris Keating 2, Robbie Veriker 1, Darcy Tuplin 1, Bryce Silliker 1) Memramcook 3 (Jonathan Frenette 2, Guillaume Saulnier 1). Andrew Sim was the winning goaltender for the Phantoms. In the final game it was Cap-Pelé 5 (SO)(Marcel Cormier 1, Jordy Shaw 1, Ron Gaudet 1, Phil Farrow 1) Bouctouche 4 (David Crossman 1, Ken Therrien 1, Jacques Cormier 1, Jason Rinzler 1). Pierre-Alex Marion earned the victory in nets for the Pêcheurs.
Posted - Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

NESHL will feature 5 games this weekend

This weekend the NESHL has a total of 5 games scheduled. Starting Friday there will be three games on tap namely Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs in Miramichi to take on the Phantoms at 8pm, Tracadie-Sheila Alpines in Bouctouche for an 8:30pm contest and Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens visiting the P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque also at 8:30pm. Saturday, two games are scheduled with Memramcook at Miramichi and Bouctouche JCs in Cap-Pelé both of these contests are scheduled for 8pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

Week 5 action in the NESHL will feature a total of 5 games. Friday Miramichi will be visting Memramcook at 8:15pm while Tracadie-Sheila will be in Lamèque at 8:30pm in the first of a home and home series on the weekend. Saturday, the Pêcheurs will be hosting the Acadiens "Maison Levesque" of Memramcook at 8pm in Cap-Pelé. Sunday sees two games with Cap-Pelé in Bouctouche at the J K Irving Center to play the JCs at 6:45pm while the P'TIT Mousse of Lamèque returns to Tracadie-Sheila in a game against the Alpines at 7pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Week 4 NESHL results

Friday, Nov 16
MEMRAMCOOK 7 (2-3-0)
Mathieu Bétournay 2
Sylvain Rodier 2
Jean-Yves Cormier 1
Ian Mathieu-Girard 1
Kevin Glode 1
MIRAMICHI 5 (0-5-1)
Darcy Tuplin 3
Wesley Vye 1
Kris Keating 1

LAMEQUE 4 (2-4-0)
Luc Fallu 1
Tommy Bezeau 1
René-Guy Haché 1
Francis Marchand 1
BOUCTOUCHE 3 (4-2-1)
Etienne Robichaud 1
Luc Bourque 1
Pier-Alexandre Poulin 1

Saturday, Nov 17
CAP-PELE 7 (5-1-0)
Stacy Smallman 3
Craig Soke 1
Travis Duguay 1
Phil Farrow 1
Russell Cormier 1
TRACADIE-SHEILA 1 (5-1-0)
Dany Robichaud 1

Sunday, Nov 18
MIRAMICHI 6 (OT)(1-5-1)
Darcy Tuplin 2
Logan McEvoy 1
A J McKay 1
Bryce Silliker 1
Kris Keating 1(OT goal)
TRACADIE-SHEILA 5 (5-1-0)
Glen Robichaud 1
Ryan Mockler 1
Daniel Basque 1
Rémi Doucet 1
Ulysse Brideau 1

MEMRAMCOOK 6 (OT)(3-3-0)
Sylvain Rodier 3 (OT goal)
Mathieu Bétournay 1
Ian Mathieu-Girard 1
Morgan Nicholas 1
LAMEQUE 5 (2-4-1)
Gélas Chiasson 2
Francis Marchand 1
Dominic Noel 1
Charles Bergeron 1

Posted - Monday, November 19th, 2012

NESHL schedule week 4

There are 5 games scheduled this coming weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. Things get started on Friday with 2 games. Memramcook (1-3-0) travels to Miramichi to take on the Phantoms (0-4-1) at the LBA for an 8pm start time. Bouctouche JCs (4-1-1) will be in Lamèque to play the P'TIT Mousse (1-4-0) at 8:30pm. Saturday, league leading and undefeated Tracadie-Sheila (5-0-0) will be in Cap-Pelé to meet the Pêcheurs (4-1-0) at 8pm. To round out the weekend, Sunday will see Miramichi at Tracadie-Sheila at 7 pm while Lamèque will be in Memramcook for a 7:45pm contest.
Posted - Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

week 3 NESHL action top teams meet this weekend

There are only 4 games scheduled for this weekend but some of the top teams go head to head. The weekend starts with two games on Friday with undefeated Tracadie-Sheila in Memramccok to play the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens at 8:15pm. Also on Friday, Miramichi travels to Lameque with an 8:30pm start time. Saturday, divisional rivals Bouctouche JCs who are also undefeated will be in Cap-Pelé to take on the Pêcheurs at 8pm. Sunday will see the two undefeated teams namely Bouctouche and Tracadie-Sheila clashing in Tracadie at 7pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

NESHL week 2 results

Lameque were the visitors in Cap-pelé on Saturday and came on the short end by a score of 8 - 3 in favor of the Pêcheurs. Phil Farrow had 4 goals to lead the way for Cap-pelé while singles came from Craig Soke, Randy Gallant and Joel Stronge. Scoring for Lameque were Pierre-Luc Chiasson, René-Guy Haché et Luc Fallu. Pierre-Alex Marion was credited with the win in nets. Sunday, there were two games scheduled. In the first game Bouctouche JCs remained undefeated with a 7 to 4 win over the Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens. The JCs scoring came from Ken Therrien with 2 goals while Kevin Cormier, Pat Lockyer, Jacques Cormier, Etienne Robichaud and Luc Bourque completed the scoring with a goal each. Memramcook's goals came from Ian Mathieu-Girard, Mathieu Bétournay, Kevin Glode et Jean-Yves Cormier. J F Mallet was the winning goalie. Tracadie-Sheila remained the only other undefeated team when they came out on top of Miramichi 8 - 4. Ryan Mockler and Glenn Robichaud each had 2 goals for the Alpines with singles coming from Martin McGraw, Daniel Basque, Ulysse Brideau et Frederic Doucet. Scoring for the Phantoms were Bryce Silliker, Jeff Wilson, Darcy Tuplin and Shawn Tucker all with one goal each. Gary Duguay was the winning goaltender.
Posted - Monday, November 5th, 2012

Friday action results

Luc Bourque scored twice and Jason Rinzler scored at 9:15 of the third period which proved to be the winner as the Bouctouche JCs came from behind and scored 3 unanswered goals for the win in a close one 4 - 3 to beat the Phantoms in Miramichi. Rounding out the scoring for the JCs was Jacques Cormier. Miramichi's markers came from Matthew Shannon, Nathan Francis and Matt Foster. Mario Babineau was the winning goaltender.

In Memramccok, the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens won 5 - 2 over the previously undefeated Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs. Morgan Nicholas had two goals for the Acadiens with singles coming from the hands of Guillaume Saulnier, Stéphane Dion and Mathew Bétournay. Scoring for Cap-Pelé were Randy Gallant and Justin Vienneau. Michel Breau was credited with the win in nets.

In other NESHL action, Tracadie-Sheila was all over Lameque by a score of 13 - 3. The game summary is unavailable at this time. Tonight, Saturday, Lameque will be in Cap-Pelé to take on the Pêcheurs at 8pm.

Sunday two games are scheduled with Memramcook playing Bouctoucghe at the J K Irving Center at 6:45pm and Miramichi travelling to Tracadie-Sheila for a 7pm contest.

Posted - Saturday, November 3rd, 2012

Full slate of 6 games on tap for week 2 of NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will have a full slate of 6 games for week 2. To start things off, Friday Bouctouche JCs will be travelling to the Miramichi to take on the Phantoms at 8pm at the LBA. In other action Cap-pelé will be in Memramcook for an 8:15pm contest while Tracadie-Sheila plays in Lameque at 8:30pm. Saturday, Lameque is in Cap-Pelé to take on the Pêcheurs at 8pm. Finishing the weekend, on Sunday, Bouctouche JCs will be hosting the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens of Memramcook at 6:45pm at the J K Irving Center while Miramichi will be in Tracadie-Sheila to take on the Alpines at 7pm.
Posted - Thursday, November 1st, 2012

Bouctouche and Cap-Pelé each with two wins

After the first week of action in the NESHL, there are three teams undefeated, Bouctouche and Cap-Pelé each with two wins and Tracadie-Sheila with one. On Friday night, Tracadie-Sheila was in Miramichi to renew their rivalry and came out with a 7 to 6 overtime win over the Phantoms. Ulysse Brideau led the Alpines with 5 points, 3 goals and 2 assists. Single markers came from Martin McGraw, Glenn Robichaud, Daniel Basque and Rémi Doucet. Miramichi was led by Jeff Wilson with the hat trick, Darcy Tuplin with two goals and a single from Nathan Francis. Charles Austin was credited with the victory in nets for the Alpines. Other action on Friday saw Bouctouche JCs defeat the "Maison Levesque" Acadiens 5 - 2 in Memramcook. Leading the way for the JCs were Luc Cormier, Etienne Robichaud, Pierre Richard, Pier-Alexandre Poulin and Remi Audoux each with one goal. Morgan Nicholas and Guillaume Cormier replied for Memramcook. J F Mallet was the winning goaltender. Rounding out Friday's action was the Pêcheurs from Cap-Pelé winning 5 to 2 against Lameque. Pêcheurs' scoring came from Stacy Smallman with 2 goals and singles from Phil Farrow, Craig Soke and Randy Gallant. Pierre-Alexandre Marion got the win in nets for Cap-Pelé. Louis Noel and Pier-Luc Chiasson answered back for Lamèque with a goal each. Saturday, Miramichi Phantoms paid a visit to Cap-Pelé and came out on the short end by a score of 5 - 2. Leading the way for the Pêcheurs was Stacy Smallman with a hat trick while Craig Soke and Travis Duguay each had one goal. Replying for Miramichi were Kris Keating and Jeff Wilson with each a single marker. Pierre-Alexandre Marion was the winning goaltender. Completing week 1 action on Sunday saw the Bouctouche JCs defeat Lameque 8 to 4 at the J K Irving Center. Pier-Alexandre Poulin led the JCs with the hat trick while Jason Rinzler, Kevin Cormier, Rémi Audoux, Pat Lockyer, Etienne Robichaud all scored one goal. Mario Babineau was in net for the victory. Lameque's scoring came from the hands of Charles Bergeron, René-Guy Haché, Jean-François Robichaud and Pier-Luc Chiasson.
Posted - Tuesday, October 30th, 2012

NESHL season starts this weekend with 5 games

The North East Senior Hockey League will debut it's season this weekend with 5 games scheduled. Friday, Oct 26 will see 3 games starting with Tracadie-Sheila at Miramichi at the Civic Centre for an 8pm contest, Bouctouche in Memramcook at 8:15pm and Cap-Pelé travelling to Lameque for a game at 8:30pm. Saturday, Miramichi will pay a visit to Cap-Pelé at 7:30pm. On Sunday, Lameque will be in Bouctouche to play the JCs at the J K Irving Center at 6:45pm
Posted - Monday, October 22nd, 2012

NESHL draft results

The North East Senior Hockey League held it's annual draft this evening and the following players were drafted:

Lameque - Eric Jean, Dean Perley, Luke MacMackin;

Cap-Pelé - Devon MacAusland, Harrison Ellis, Junior St-Pierre;

Miramichi - Jordon Kenny, Nick Lawrence, Marc-André Arsenault, Jeff Austin, Mario Gauvin;

Bouctouche - Pier-Alexandre Poulin;

Tracadie-Sheila - Ryan O'Brien, Shayne Shanks, Tim Tucker;

Memramcook - Josh Cheney.

Posted - Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

NESHL draft deadlive October 15th

The Deadline to register for the North East Senior Hockey League's draft is fast approaching. All players whose residence does not fall under an existing team's territory must register on the League's website for the draft if they wish to play in the NESHL. The deadline to do so is Monday, October 15th before midmight.
Posted - Thursday, October 11th, 2012

Registration for player draft extended to October 15th

The final date for players to register for the NESHL draft has been extended to October 15, 2012. All players residing outside a team's territory namely Greater Bathurst up to Campbellton and Moncton, Riverview up to Woodstock must register for the draft if they wish to play in the North East Senior Hockey League.
Posted - Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Players will have until October 8, 2012 to register for the NESHL draft

The North East Senior Hockey League will be holding their player's draft on October 9th. All players residing in identified "grey zones" wishing to play in the North East Senior Hockey League must register if they wish to play in the NESHL. Areas that have been identified as "grey zones" Moncton, Lewisville, Riverview up to Sussex, the Greater Bathurst area up to Campbellton and the former territory of the Southern Senior Hockey League (Saint John, Fredericton, etc.). Players are required to give their permanent address. It should be noted that a player who is a full time student having a permanent address falling in the territory of an existing team but who is living elsewhere due to his studies, this player will have two options. He can either play in the area where he is studying or for a team where his permanent address is located. This year there will only be one combined draft for both divisions. All players who have registered for the draft may be selected by teams from both divisions. Each team is allowed a maximum of 5 players who have played major junior and up plus two professional players those who have played NAHL, ECHL and up. If a team has reached the allowed quota of these players, all players in those categories residing in this team's territory will have to enter their names in the draft if they wish to play in the NESHL. If a player falls in one of these two categories and resides within a team's territory, it is suggested to contact the team to see if they have reached their quota.
Posted - Monday, August 13th, 2012

Memramcook wins the first NESHL Championship!

The Memramcook « Maisons Levesque » Acadiens have been crowned the NESHL Champions with a 5-4 win tonight against the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines. They won the cup in five games.

Anders Frees officially started this bout after scoring on a nice individual play while there was a delayed penalty. Pierre-Paul Landry answered right back two minutes later after scoring a shorthanded goal. Frederic Doucet placed Tracadie-Sheila in the lead with a powerplay goal. Less than a minute later, Mathieu Betournay even things up and after one period the score was 2-2.

In the second fans had to wait at the twelve minutes mark to see some offense. Scott Hickey shot the puck past Austin who surely wish he could see that shot again. Tracadie-Sheila managed to tie things up again after Michel Losier scored on a really nice feed from Remi Doucet.

In the third period, Mathieu Betournay scored a big shorthanded goal early in the period. Jason Cormier added one more goal for Memramcook after shooting the puck past Austin. With a bit over three minutes left, Daniel Basque placed Tracadie-Sheila within one with a powerplay goal. A penalty from Frederic Doucet would force the Alpines to play the final two minutes while being shorthanded.

Sylvain Rodier has been named the playoff most valuable player for Memramcook.

Congratulations to the Memramcook “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens for this nice accomplishement. The league would like to congratulate the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines for the nice effort.

Thanks to all the fans that supported their local teams and see you next winter!

Posted - Sunday, March 25th, 2012

Memramcook one win away from Championship

The Memramcook « Maisons Levesque » Acadiens took a serious option on the NESHL Championship last night as they won the fourth game of the series 7-4 against the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines. With this win, Memramcook is now 3-1 into the final.

Sylvain Rodier decided to get things going early as he scored 26 seconds into this one. A minute later, Betournay would make it 2-0 for the locals on a shorthanded goal. Tracadie-Sheila didn’t give up and scored three goals before the end of the first. Frederic Doucet, Ulysse Brideau and Daniel Basque made it 3-2 for Tracadie-Sheila after one.

Midway in the second period, Memramcook would score two quick goals from the stick of Dillen Theriault and Jules Melanson, this gave back the lead. Sylvain Rodier scored again before the end of the second and Memramcook was now up 5-3 after fourty minutes.

In the third, Rodier completed his hat trick midway into the period. Frederic Doucet scored his second goal of the night with 3 minutes left but it was too late for the Alpines. Jules Melanson ended the show with an empty net goal.

There is some congestion in the playoff league leader column. With a four points night Mathieu Betournay is now back in the lead with 26 points. Whis his three goals night, Rodier is now tied with McGraw for the second spot with 25 points.

Tracadie-Sheila will have to win the next three games if they wish to be crowned as the league champion. This is easier said than done since Memramcook has an impressive 10-3 run in the playoffs so far. The Acadiens will try to get the job done this Sunday in Tracadie-Sheila. The fifth game of this serie will start at 6:30PM.

TRACADIE-SHEILA: Frederic Doucet 2-0, Daniel Basque 1-0, Ulysse Brideau 1-0. MEMRAMCOOK: Sylvain Rodier 3-0, Jules Melanson 2-1, Mathieu Betournay 1-3, Dillen Theriault 1-0.

Posted - Saturday, March 24th, 2012

Tracadie-Sheila victorious!

The Tracadie-Sheila Alpines came out victorious in another game that was decided in the last minutes. They hang on to their lead and won 7-4 against the Memramcook “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens. Pierre-Paul Landry scored the final goal in an empty net.

In the first period, both teams had their chances but only Martin McGraw found the back of the net. He did so in a breakaway against Michel Breau. Memramcook tried to even things up on a 2 minutes powerplay but Austin stopped everything.

In the second period, both teams scored three goals and Memramcook were leading 3-2 midway into the period. Mathieu-Girard scored a nice shorthanded goal on the breakaway. A few minutes later, Frederic Doucet even things up with a hard slapshot that never left the ice, it seemed like Breau wasn’t expecting that. Remi Doucet scored a powerplay goal with 56 seconds left in the period and that gave Tracadie-Sheila a 4-3 lead after two.

Remi Doucet did it againt a minute after the start of the third. The puck was loose near Breau’s net and he pushed it in. Two minutes later Mathieu-Girard gave Memramcook some hope for a comeback and brought them within one. Martin McGraw finally scored the assurance goal with about 5 minutes left in the game.

Martin McGraw who got a four points night took back the playoff scoring lead. Mathieu Betournay, who was on an 18 games point streak, couldn’t get a point even tho he tried really hard.

The fourth game in this series will be played in Memramcook on Friday, March 23rd. The puck drop will be at 8:00PM. Memramcook has still the lead 2-1 in the series.

MEMRAMCOOK : Ian Mathieu-Girard 2-1, Sylvain Rodier 1-0, Dillen Theriault 1-0, Kevin Glode 0-3. TRACADIE-SHEILA: Martin McGraw 2-2, Remi Doucet 2-1, Frederic Doucet 2-0, Pierre-Paul Landry 1-0.

Posted - Monday, March 19th, 2012

Memramcook does it again!

The Memramcook « Maisons Levesque » Acadiens came out victorious last night 4-2 against the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines. They are now leading this best-of-seven series 2-0. This game was more what people were expecting, a tight game until the end.

Sylvain Rodier took part of all the goals of Memramcook with a goal and three assists, Betournay had a two goals night, including the one to secure the win in an empty net. Mathieu-Girard had the first goal for Memramcook in the second. For Tracadie-Sheila, Martin McGraw and Glen Robichaud generated the offense.

The Regular Season Champions have no choice; they must win the next game to swing some momentum their way. Trailing 0-3 against Memramcook wouldn’t be a good option since the Acadiens have proven it during the current playoffs that they have a lot of offense. Michel Breau is also doing a great job between the pipes.

Will the Alpines be able to come back in this series? To see it live you’ll have to be in Tracadie-Sheila on Sunday, March 18. Game #3 will start at 6:30PM.

TRACADIE-SHEILA: Martin McGraw 1-1, Glen Robichaud 1-0, Ryan Ferguson 0-2. MEMRAMCOOK: Mathieu Betournay 2-0, Sylvain Rodier 1-3, Ian Mathieu-Girard 1-0.

EXTRA NOTES: Mathieu Betournay who is the playoff leading scorer with 22 points is on an 18 games point streak sequence if you include the regular season. Since the game against Cap-Pele on December 17 where he got blanked, he got 21 goals 17 assists and 38 points. He will have the opportunity to keep this streak going in game #3.

Posted - Saturday, March 17th, 2012

Memramcook runs over Tracadie-Sheila!

The Memramcook « Maisons Levesque » Acadiens caused another surprise in the North East Senior Hockey League Playoffs. The fans were expecting a tight game but Memramcook had other plans in mind. They ended up taking a 1-0 lead in the series with an 8-1 blowout.

Tracadie-Sheila took the commands early in the game and Frederic Doucet opened up the score after a perfect exchange. The celebrations would be cut short after Memramcook scored three goals in three minutes before the end of the first. Two of these goals were scored on the power play.

In the second period, Tracadie-Sheila fought hard to come back in the game but Michel Breau closed the door each time. Memramcook added another power play goal before the end of the period to take a 4-1 lead after 40 minutes.

Everything was still possible for the Alpines who are known for coming out strong in the third period. Anders Frees made sure that didn’t happen this time as he scored early in the third to make it 5-1. Memramcook managed to score three more goals against a team who had obviously give up halfway in the third.

Tracadie-Sheila will have to stay out of the penalty box if they wish to have a shot at the title. Memramcook managed to score some big goals on the power play especially early in the game. The Alpines will want to avenge this humiliating loss as they’ll be in Memramcook for game #2 this Friday, March 16. The puck drop wil be at 8:00PM.

Memramcook : Mathieu Betournay 1-2, Anders Frees 1-2, Stephane Dion 1-1, Kevin Glode 1-1, Ian Mathieu-Girard 1-1, Sylvain Rodier 1-1, Luc Cormier 1-0, Scott Hickey 1-0, Morgan Nicholas 0-3. Tracadie-Sheila: Frederic Doucet 1-0

Posted - Thursday, March 15th, 2012

NESHL Final Preview

The final of the NESHL will oppose the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines to the Memramcook « Maisons Levesque » Acadiens. Tracadie-Sheila ended their regular season with 41 points (15-2-1) while Memramcook got 20 points (7-9-2). During the regular season, there were two games between these two teams. In November, Memramcook won 5-3 on their home ice. Tracadie-Sheila did the same in January 8-5.

So far in the playoffs, Memramcook has caused somewhat of a surprise since they were last in the East Division. Their 7-2 record was all they needed to get rid of Cap-Pele and Bouctouche in their two previous series. As for Tracadie-Sheila, they sent Miramichi on vacation in five games.

The goaltenders in this series will surely be buzy as both teams can count on an impressive offensive squad. Before the start of this final, both McGraw from Tracadie-Sheila and Betournay from Memramcook share the playoff leading scoring spot with 17 points. McGraw did it in only five games while Betournay has played 9 games so far. For the Alpines, the McGraw-R. Doucet-F. Doucet did a lot of damage against the Phantoms, so if Memramcook wishes to take home the league’s banner they will have to find a way to stop that line.

Who will you put your money on? Tracadie-Sheila who won the last three titles in the now defunct NSSHL or Memramcook who are on a mission right now?

The first game of this serie will be played in Tracadie-Sheila on Wednesday, March 14. The puck drop will be at 8h30PM. The second game will be in Memramcook on Friday, March 16 starting at 8h00PM.

Posted - Monday, March 12th, 2012

Memramcook will face Tracadie-Sheila in the Final!

The Memramcook « Maisons Lévesque » Acadiens will be part of the NESHL Final after their 4-2 victory against the Bouctouche JCs last night. After taking a 3-0 lead in the serie, they needed 6 games to get the job done.

After a scoreless first period, Memramcook took a 1-0 lead early in the second period just to see the JCs answer right back with two quick goals. With a 2-1 lead after 40 minutes, everything was still possible for Bouctouche. Memramcook came back midway into the third with the goal tying game and the winning goal 3 minutes apart. Rodier scored his second of the night in an empty net.

Memramcook who finished last in the East Division has played inspired hockey since they playoffs started. They will face the League’s first overall but it would be an error to compare their performance during the regular season. Memramcook has a 7-2 record in the playoff and their offense is running well.

As soon as the schedule for this final will be available it will be added on the site. A preview write-up will also be posted shortly. Stay tuned!

Posted - Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Tracadie-Sheila advances | Bouctouche wins in OT

The Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will represent the North Division in the NESHL final. They defeated the Miramichi Phantoms 6-2 and won the serie in five games. Tradcadie-Sheila scored two goals per period and Miramichi couldn't find a way to comeback. Six skaters found the back of the net for Tracadie, for Miramichi Silliker got a pair. MIRAMICHI: Bryce Silliker 2-0. TRACADIE-SHEILA: Remi Doucet 1-1, Ulysse Brideau 1-1, Daniel Basque, Glen Ferguson, Frederick Sonier, Frederic Doucet.

In the other game yesterday, Bouctouche won a second straight game against the Memramcook "Maisons Levesque" Acadiens. With this 3-2 overtime win, the JCs are sure to play a sixth game in this serie. Alexandre Vigneault was the hero of the night with the winning goal. Memramcook who had won 6 in a row are now 6-2 in their playoff run. They will try to get the job done on Friday, March 9 at 8:00 PM. This game will be in Memramcook. MEMRAMCOOK: Mathieu Betournay 1-1, Anders Frees 1-1. BOUCTOUCHE: Pat Lockyer 1-1, Jesse Lymburner, Alexandre Vigneault.

Posted - Monday, March 5th, 2012

Miramichi and Bouctouche both trying to avoid elimination

Both Miramichi and Bouctouche were trailing 3-0 in their series. On Friday, they managed to pull a victory in order to avoid elimination. Both teams will try to repeat this feat one more time tonight.

For Miramichi, that overtime win against Tracadie-Sheila allowed them to face their long time rivals one more time. This was the third time this serie that a game required overtime. This serie could had been easily been 2-2 even 3-1 for Miramichi. Will the Alpines try to finish the job tonight and get their tickets for the league's final ? Find out tonight at 7:00 PM in Tracadie-Sheila.

Bouctouche who were seen by most as the favorite in the East Division also avoided elimination Friday as they managed to inflict a first loss for Memramcook in the playoffs. This should prove to be another exciting game. It will start at 9:00 PM in Bouctouche.

Posted - Sunday, March 4th, 2012

Memramcook still perfect in the playoffs

The Memramcook "Maisons Levesque" Acadiens kept their winning streak going last night when they came out victorious 4-3 against the JCs. Memramcook has now a 6-0 record and not many fans could had seen this coming.

Bouctouche who had the best record in the East division this season has no choice, they must win the next four game if they wish to be part of the league's final. It won't be an easy task tho as Memramcook is a transformed team since the beginning of the playoffs.

The fourth game in this serie will be played on Friday, March 2 at 8 PM in Memramcook.

Bouctouche: Etienne Robichaud 2-0, Jacques Cormier. Memramcook: Jules Melanson 1-1, Mathieu Betournay, Sylvain Rodier, Louis Cormier.

Posted - Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Tracadie-Sheila takes a commanding 3-0 lead.

The Phantoms came really close tonight, but Frederic Doucet took things in charge when he tied the game midway into the third and scored again early in the overtime. Tracadie-Sheila ran out with a 6-5 overtime win against Miramichi.

The McGraw, R. Doucet and F. Doucet line did a lot of damage tonight, they got 4 goals and 7 assists. The offense for Miramichi came from five different shooters. Miramichi had a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes and 4-2 midway into the second but Tracadie managed to even things up with 7 minutes left in the third.

Miramichi has no choice but to win all four games if they wish to be part of the grand finale. Even tho they are trailing 3-0, they fought really hard in these games and they weren't easy victories for Tracadie.

The fourth game of this serie will be on Friday, March 2 at 8:00 PM at the Civic Center in Miramichi.

Posted - Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Miramichi vs Tracadie-Sheila Game #4 change

Please be advised that the game #4 between Miramichi and Tracadie that was supposed to be played at the LBA will be at the Civic Center. The puck drop will be at 8:00 PM. The date remains the same, March 2nd.

Game #4
March 2nd, 2012 - Tracadie-Sheila vs Miramichi @ 8:00PM at the Civic Center

Posted - Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Tracadie-Sheila and Memramcook takes a 2-0 lead

The Memramcook “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens kept their winning streak alive after winning 6-2 against the Bouctouche JCs. They have now won their first five playoffs game and are taking an interesting option on the serie. Memramcook was leading 5-1 after 40 minutes. The scoresheet wasn’t in at the moment of writing these lines. It will be added on the site later thru the day. The next game in this serie will be Wednesday, February 29 at 8:30 PM. This game will be in Bouctouche.

In Miramichi, Tracadie-Sheila won a 10-8 derby against the Phantoms. Tracadie had a comfortable 8-4 lead after two periods but the Phantoms managed to get within one with less than two minutes to go. Tracadie went on to score with two seconds left and take a 2-0 lead in the serie. Martin McGraw had a pretty good night with 5 goals and one assist. Frederick Sonier and Frederic Doucet each had a four points night for Tracadie. Miramichi’s defenseman Brian Brown got a hat trick in the loss. Jeff Wilson and Todd Parker also had four points night. The next chapter of this serie will be on Wednesday, February 29 in Tracadie-Sheila. The faceoff will be at 8:30 PM. TRACADIE-SHEILA: Martin McGraw 5-1, Michel Losier 2-0, Frederic Doucet 1-3, Remi Doucet 1-2, Marc Losier 1-0, Frederick Sonier 0-4. MIRAMICHI: Brian Brown 3-0, Jeff Wilson 2-2, Nathan Francis 1-1, Scott Williston 1-0, Matt Foster 1-0, Todd Parker 0-4.

Posted - Monday, February 27th, 2012

Tracadie-Sheila and Memramcook takes the lead

Both semi-finals started last night and were up to the expectations. In the first game, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines needed an overtime goal from Remi Doucet to win the first game against the Miramichi Phantoms. The Phantoms had a really good first period as they were leading 3-1. The Alpines managed to tie things up during the second period so both teams were toe-to-toe 4-4. In the third period each teams scored a goal in order to force the overtime. The next game in this serie should be an exciting one as Tracadie-Sheila will be in Miramichi on Sunday, February 26 at the LBA. The faceoff will be at 9 PM. MIRAMICHI: Darcy Foran 2-0, Matt Foster 1-2, Bryce Silliker, Tyler Jardine. TRACADIE-SHEILA: Remi Doucet 2-1, Michel Losier 2-0, Martin McGraw 1-2, Frederick Sonier 1-2, Ulysse Brideau 0-4.

In the second semi final, Memramcook caused a surprised in Bouctouche as they took the lead in the serie with a 7-4 win over the JCs. The “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens scored managed to keep their perfect record in the playoff now being 4-0. Both teams were tied 3-3 after 40 minutes but Memramcook scored three goals in the final period and they never looked back. Bouctouche will want to avenge this lost on Sunday, February 26 when they will be in Memramcook for the second duel of this serie. The game will start at 7 PM. MEMRAMCOOK: Kevin Glode 2-1, Anders Frees 2-1, Mathieu Betournay 1-2, Sylvain Rodier 1-1, Sebastien Arseneau. BOUCTOUCHE: Jason Rinzler 1-1, Jesse Lymburner 1-1, Luc Bourque, Scott Peckford.

Posted - Saturday, February 25th, 2012

Miramichi vs Tracadie-Sheila – preview

The North division best-of-seven final will start this Friday in Tracadie-Sheila. These two teams won’t need any presentation when they’ll get on the ice for this matchup. They had their stories over the years in the now defunct NSSHL and earlier this year at the Civic Center.

Tracadie-Sheila had the best record in the entire league during the regular season with a total of 41 points. They suffered two regulation losts and one overtime lost. For Miramichi, they managed to get 22 points and played for .500 (8-8-2). Both teams are tough to beat at home and as shown in the first round of the playoff, the home team won 7 of the 8 games.

For Tracadie-Sheila, the return of Martin McGraw helped an already dangerous offensive squad. Remi Doucet and Daniel Basque were the top scorers for Tracadie this season with 27 points each. Tracadie’s can count on three lines that can chip in on a regular basis. They have a good defensive squad and they have an experience goalie in Austin.

For Miramichi, they managed to get a lot of experience and great playmaking abilities when they signed Todd Parker. When you add a guy like Parker to Bryce Silliker (27 pts) and Jeff Wilson (26 pts), you have a good chance to get a few goals in. Miramichi has a younger roster than Tracadie but they like to play rough and they have a lot of intensity. They have a good mix of young guns and veterans on their defensive squad.

During the regular season, Tracadie won 5 of their 6 matchups, but there were no blowouts. With everything on the line, you can expect both teams to have full line-ups at every game.

The first game of this epic duel will be in Tracadie-Sheila on Friday, Feburary 24 and the puck drop will be at 8:30 PM. The second game of the serie will be in Miramichi on Sunday, February 26. This one is set to start at 9:00 PM. Fans should expect a big crowd for both those games so you should be there early in order to get the best seats.

Good luck to both team’s management, coaching staff and players.

Posted - Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Miramichi will face Tracadie-Sheila in the North division final

The home ice advantage played a huge factor in the quarterfinal serie between Lameque and Miramichi. During the five games, the home team won at home. The Phantoms came out really strong in game 5 and midway in the first period they were leading 3-0. Lameque managed to score two quick goals before the end of the first. Miramichi scored the only goal of the second period and that proved to be enough to move on. They added three quick goals at the end of the third period and ran away with a 7-3 win.

Jeff Wilson and Bryce Silliker each got a pair for the winners. Wilson's second goal came on a penalty shot. Lameque had a few powerplay opportunities in the second period but they never managed to take advantage of it.

As soon as the schedule is available for that semi-final between Miramichi and Tracadie-Sheila it will be posted here. A preview write-up will also be made to compare both teams.

LAMEQUE: Rene-Guy Hache, Pierre-Luc Chiasson, Carl Roussel. MIRAMICHI: Jeff Wilson 2-0, Bryce Silliker 2-0, Kris McKay, Tyler Jardine, Kris Keating.

Posted - Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Memramcook vs Bouctouche - preview

The East division best of seven final will start this Friday in Bouctouche. Midway into the season, Bouctouche seemed like a big favorite straight to the league's final. Memramcook kept a few surprises in their bag for late in the season and showed what they were made off in the first round.

Bouctouche had the best record with 33 points while Memramcook had 20 points. Bouctouche got the edge over Memramcook in the regular season 4-2. Bouctouche also has Jason Rinzler in their rank who finished as the league top scorer. Could you say Bouctouche has a big advantage in this serie ?

Yes is probably not the right answer here. Five of their six regular season match ended up with a one goal margin, the other game was by a two goal margin. Of those four loses, Memramcook had the lead late in a few games but Bouctouche always found a way to come back. Bouctouche record in their last five game is 1-4, while Memramcook is red hot after sweeping Cap-Pele.

This serie should be an action packed one as both teams have a lot of talent in their line-up. Rinzler, Lymburner, Goguen, Lockyer, Cormier, Nicholas, Betournay, Rodier, Glode, Girard, Melanson just to name a few.

The first four games of the serie has been added on the website, the first beeing this Friday in Bouctouche at 8h45. The second game will be played in Memramcook on Sunday at 7PM. You might not want to miss these two games, all the games so far this year between these two teams got decided at the last minute!

Posted - Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Lameque wins - There will be a game #5

The Lameque Au Ptit Mousse had to win to stay alive and they did just that Sunday night in Lameque 5-2 over the Miramichi Phantoms. Miramichi had a 2-0 lead after two late goals in the first period but Lameque managed to even things up before the end of the second. They scored three more goals in the third to secure a decisive match in Miramichi. Shawn Doucet has been a key to this victory as he got three goals and an assist. The final game of this chapter will be played at the LBA on Wednesday, February 22. The puck drop will be at 9 PM. MIRAMICHI: Brian Brown, Kyle Rose. LAMEQUE: Shawn Doucet 3-1, Rene-Guy Hache 1-1, Pierre-Luc Chiasson.

The east division semi-final between Memramcook and Bouctouche should start on Friday, as soon as all the details will be available we will add the games on the site.

Posted - Monday, February 20th, 2012

Memramcook completes the sweep | Miramichi takes back the lead

The Memramcook "Maisons Lévesque" Acadiens managed to pull a 8-7 overtime win in Cap-Pelé to complete the sweep against the Pecheurs. Anders Frees became the hero of the night when he scored in double overtime. He had a four points night. Kevin Glode also played a big role in the victory with a hat trick. For Cap-Pelé, Adam Nelson and Mathieu Berube scored each a hat trick but it wasn't enough. Michael Leblanc also got a four points night with four assists. Memramcook moves to the semi-final against Bouctouche. As soon as the details for this serie will be available we will post it here. MEMRAMCOOK: Kevin Glode 3-0, Anders Frees 2-2, Mathieu Betournay 2-0, Morgan Nicholas 1-1. CAP-PELE: Adam Nelson 3-0, Mathieu Berube 3-0, Jason Nelson 1-2, Michael Leblanc 0-4.

In Miramichi, the Phantoms won a tight 3-2 game against the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse. They are taking a 2-1 lead in this serie and Lameque will have to won the last two games if they wish to face Tracadie in the other semi final. Miramichi had the lead 2-0 after two periods but two quick goal from Lameque tied the game. Jeff Wilson scored midway into the third and it would end up beeing the decisive goal. The fourth game of the serie will be played tonight (Feb 19) in Lameque. LAMEQUE: Andre-Oliva Roussel 1-1, Yan Rail 1-1. MIRAMICHI: Bryce Silliker, Tyler Jardine, Jeff Wilson.

Posted - Sunday, February 19th, 2012

Lameque even things up!

The Lameque Au Ptit Mousse tied their series against the Miramichi Phantoms by a score of 6-1. After the first 20, Lameque allready had a 4-1 lead and they never looked back. Miramichi tried to prepare the next game at the end of the third with a lot of penalties. The next game in this serie will be at the LBA on Saturday, Feb. 18 at 8:15PM. (Miramichi: Bryce Silliker -- Lameque: Pierre-Luc Chiasson 2-0, Hubert Blanchard 1-1, Shawn Doucet 1-1, Yan Rail, Patrick Jones, Steven Croteau 0-4).

The other quarterfinal will also be played on Feb 18 as Memramcook will be in Cap-Pelé for the third game of the serie. Memramcook will try to complete the sweep as they are leading their serie 2-0. The puck drop will be at 7 PM.

Posted - Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Memramcook takes a commanding 2-0 lead over Cap-Pelé

The Memramcook "Maisons Lévesque" Acadiens won 5-3 against Cap-Pelé in their own rink. The Pecheurs had a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes but Memramcook scored twice in the second and two more time in the third period to take a serious option in this serie. (Memramcook: Mathieu Betournay 1-1, Anders Frees 1-1, Ian Mathieu-Girard, Morgan Nicholas, Dillen Theriault -- Cap-Pelé: Adam Nelson 1-1, Ron Gaudet 1-1, Russel Cormier)<

The next game in this serie will be played on Saturday, February 18 as Memramcook will be visiting Cap-Pelé again. The first game was finally played in Memramcook after game 1 was postponed due to the bad weather. This one will start at 7 PM.

In the other serie, the Miramichi Phantoms will be visiting the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse tommorow night. The puck drop will be at 8 PM. Miramichi leads this best of five quarter final 1-0 as they won the opener 4-1 in front of their home crowd.

Posted - Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Game postponed Feb 12 - Mir vs Lam

Following a call from the Lamèque GM, the game that was supposed to be played tonight will be postponed due to the bad weather on both Lameque and Shippagan plains. Once the new date is available it will be posted here.
Posted - Sunday, February 12th, 2012

Game tonight postponed (Mem vs CP)

For everyone safety, the game tonight has been postponed and will be played at a later date. In order to get the quarterfinal going, the first game will be played in Memramcook tommorow night as scheduled. We are sorry about this unfortunate event but the weather conditions weren't safe for anyone. As soon as the new date is available an annoucement will be made here.
Posted - Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Weekend wrap-up – week #15

There were a total of five games during the past weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League.

Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines won their duel against the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse by a score of 7-2. Lameque had the lead 2-1 after the first period but four unanswered goals for Tracadie in the third period sealed the issue of the game. Frederic Doucet got four points in the win. For Tracadie: Glen Ferguson 2-0, Remi Doucet 2-0, Frederic Doucet 1-3, Martin McGraw 1-1 and Francis Comeau 1-1. Ryan Ferguson got three assists during the game. For Lameque: Steven Croteau 1-1 and Frederic Landry.

In Memramcook, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs lost 5-4 in overtime against the “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens. Cap-Pele scored with a bit less than five minutes to force the overtime but Ian Mathieu-Girard scored the decisive goal early into overtime. With this point, Cap-Pele was assured to have home ice advantage in the first round of the playoffs. For Cap-Pele: Mathieu Leblanc 1-1, Jason Nelson, Luc Leblanc (#7) and Mathieu Berube. For Memramcook : Ian Mathieu-Girard 2-1, Kevin Glode 2-1 and Mathieu Betournay.

Saturday night, Memramcook was in Cap-Pele this time for another duel against the Pecheurs. Cap-Pele surely wanted to end their regular season on a good note as they came out victorious 4-1. For the first time this season, Memramcook received no penalties during a game. For Cap-Pele: Mathieu Richard 1-2, Ron Gaudet 1-1, Luc Leblanc (#7) and Kevin Cormier. For Memramcook: Jules Melanson.

In Tracadie-Sheila, we had a clash of both divisions’ leaders as the JCs were in town. During their first duel this season, the Alpines came out victorious. Bouctouche who were trying to end their losing streak will have to wait since Tracadie-Sheila ran out with the victory by a score of 4-3. A goal from Michel Losier early in the third period made the difference. For Bouctouche: Etienne Robichaud 2-0 and Jesse Lymburner. For Tracadie: Remi Doucet 1-1, Michel Losier 1-1, Frederic Doucet and Kevin Landry. Martin McGraw got three assists in the win.

In the final game Saturday, the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse was in Miramichi. The Phantoms took a commanding 4-0 lead and never looked back as they won 8-1. Miramichi will have the home ice advantage in the quarterfinal that will be opposing both teams. Matt Shannon got a four points night, including a hat trick. For Miramichi: Matt Shannon 3-1, Bryce Silliker 2-0, Darcy Foran 1-1, Brian Brown 1-1 and Ryan Ginnish. Kyle Rose got three assists in the victory. For Lameque: Frederic Landry.

The last game of the season will be played tonight as Bouctouche will be visiting Memramcook. The stars of the week will be posted tomorrow as they will include that game.

Have a good week!

Posted - Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

There will be a total of five games during the final regular season weekend in the NESHL.

Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will be in Lamèque for a matchup against the Au Ptit Mousse. Tracadie-Sheila won 4 of the 5 previous games between both teams. This game will start at 8 PM.

At the same time, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs will be in Memramcook to face the Acadiens “Maisons Levesque”. With a victory, Cap-Pele would secure the home ice advantage in the best of 5 series between the two teams in the first round of the playoff. This game will also start at 8 PM.

The other games will be held on Saturday, first off all, the two divisions leaders will square off in Tracadie-Sheila. The Bouctouche JCs will try to avenge their lost in the previous meeting against the Alpines. This game will start at 7 PM.

The second game will be in Cap-Pele when Memramcook will be in town. For the second night in a row both teams will play once against each other. They will also start the first round in the East division. This game will start at 8 PM.

In the final game of the weekend, Lameque will be in Miramichi for a match against the Phantoms. Those two teams will also be facing each other in the first round so the momentum will be at stake during this one. The puck drop will be at 8:15 PM.

The final game of the season that has been postponed twice will be played in Memramcook on Tuesday, February 7 at 7PM. Bouctouche will be visiting and let’s hope Mother Nature will be cooperating this time.

Have a good weekend!

Posted - Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Bouctouche vs Memramcook - Postponed

For the second straight time, the game that was supposed to be played tonight in Bouctouche between Memramcook and Bouctouche has been postponed due to the bad weather. The new date will be posted as soon as it becomes available. Thanks for understanding.
Posted - Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Memramcook vs Bouctouche - Feb 1rst - Season tickets

Hello,

The Memramcook executives wanted to inform their fans along with the Bouctouche fans that the season tickets from both teams will be honoured during the February 1rst game. This is a small thank you for your continued support over the years. Both teams hope that their respective fans will show up to give them their support since the profits from this game will be shared among them!

Thanks and have a good game.

Posted - Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Stars of the week - week #14

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the game of Jan 29;

1rst star: Jason Nelson (CP) and Mathieu Berube (CP) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts
3rd star: Bryce Silliker (Mir) - 1gp, 1g, 2a, 3pts

Since there was a tie, we gave two first stars this week. Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

Weekend wrap-up – week #14

There were two games this past weekend in the NESHL. The game that was scheduled between Memramcook and Bouctouche has been postponed and will be played on Wednesday, February 1rst at 8:30PM. It will be played in Memramcook.

Sunday night, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs did it again for a third straight game and won 6-3 against Bouctouche. The JCs wanted to get their revenge on the Pecheurs but Cap-Pele rallied for 4 goals in the third and ran away with the win. Jason Nelson scored three points and he is only 2 points away from Jason Rinzler as the league leading scorer. With this victory, Cap-Pele took a serious option on the second position in the East division. The scorers for Cap-Pele were: Jason Nelson 2-1, Mathieu Berube 2-1 and Adam Nelson 2-0. For the locals; Luc Williams 2-0 and Jason Rinzler fired back.

In the other game Sunday night, the Miramichi Phantoms came out victorious in Lameque with a 5-3 win. This was a crucial game for the Au Ptit Mousse since Miramichi have a good option for home ice advantage. The best of five serie will oppose these two teams in the North division. The scorers for Miramichi were: Bryce Silliker 2-1, Jeff Wilson, Tyler Jardine, Kris Keating and Nathan Francis. For Lameque, Hubert Blanchard 1-1, Patrick Jones and Rene-Guy Hache.

Have a good week!

Posted - Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

BCT at MEM tonight @ 8PM cancelled due to weather conditions

Tonight game between Bouctouche and Memramcook scheduled for 8pm in Memramcook has been cancelled due to weather conditions and has been rescheduled to Wednesday, February 1st in Bouctouche with game starting at 8:30pm
Posted - Friday, January 27th, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

There will be three games this upcoming weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. Please note that the game between Miramichi and Lameque will be played on Sunday, it was initially scheduled for Friday.

Friday night, the Bouctouche JCs will try to stop their losing streak in Memramcook for a duel against the “Maisons Levesque” Acadiens. Both teams lost their last two games. The league’s leading scorer, Jason Rinzler, will try to keep the pace for the scoring title. His 35 points give him a four points priority over Jason Nelson. This game will start at 8 PM.

Sunday, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs will be in Bouctouche for a match against the JCs. Bouctouche will try to avenge their two losses suffered against Cap-Pele during the past weekend. The Pecheurs could take a serious option on the home ice advantage during the first round with a win in this game. The puck drop will be at 6h45PM.

In the other game Sunday, the Miramichi Phantoms will be in Lameque for matchup against the Au Ptit Mousse. This game is also really important for both teams as they are in a race for the second spot in the North division. This spot would secure them the home ice advantage in the first round. Miramichi won 3 of the four duels between these two so far this season. This game is set to start at 7PM.

Have a good weekend!

Posted - Thursday, January 26th, 2012

Stars of the week - week #13

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the games between Jan 20 and Jan 22.

1rst star: Jason Nelson (CP) – 2gp, 6g, 3a, 9pts
2nd star: Jason Rinzler (Bou) – 2gp, 3g, 4a, 7pts
3rd star: Dillen Theriault (Mem) – 2gp, 2g, 5a, 7pts

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Weekend wrap-up – week #13

There were four games in the past weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines won 8-5 against the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens. Danny Robichaud scored a hat trick in the win. Dillen Theriault and Daniel Basque also offered a good performance with two goals and two assists. For Tracadie; Danny Robichaud 3-0, Daniel Basque 2-2, Martin McGraw 2-1 and Francis Comeau 1-1. Pour Memramcook, for Memramcook; Dillen Thériault 2-2, Mathieu Betournay 1-1, Kevin Glode 1-1 and Morgan Nicholas.

Saturday night, the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse shocked the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens by a score of 5-3. After two periods, Lameque were cruising to an easy victory with a 5-0 lead. Memramcook tried to come back with three unanswered goals in the third but they ran out of time. A brawl occurred near the end of the game and suspensions will be handed pretty shortly. The offense for Lameque came from: Rene-Guy Hache 2-0, Andre Chiasson 1-1, Yan Rail 1-1 and Frederic Landry. For Memramcook; Sylvain Rodier 1-2, Mathieu Betournay 1-1 and Kevin Glode. Dillen Theriault earned three assists in the lost.

In the other game Saturday night, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs came out victorious 9-5 over the Bouctouche JCs. Cap-Pele went on to score the first five goals and never looked back. Jason Nelson had a five points night in the victory. For the visitors; Rene Goguen 1-1, Pat Lockyer 1-1, Scott Peckford 1-1, Jason Rinzler 1-1 and Etienne Robichaud 1-1. For Cap-Pele; Jason Nelson 2-3, Mathieu Berube 1-2, Michael Leblanc 1-2, Adam Nelson 1-1, Ron Gaudet 1-1, Russell Cormier, Justin Dubroy and Luc Leblanc.

To conclude the weekend, the Bouctouche JCs had the chance to avenge their lost against these same Pecheurs. Cap-Pele was ready for this rematch and for the second time in 24 hours they rallied the first five goals of the game in the first period. The JCs made sure Cap-Pele wouldn’t get an easy win and came back to force the overtime. There were no goals in the extra period so things had to be settled in Shootout. Ron Gaudet scored the decisive goal and for the first time this season, it was a second lost in a row for Bouctouche. Jason Nelson had another good night as he scored 4 goals. The league leading scorer Jason Rinzler has also been buzy with a 5 points night. For Cap-Pele; Jason Nelson 4-0, Ron Gaudet 2-1, Adam Nelson 1-2 and Kevin Cormier 1-2. For the home team; Jason Rinzler 2-3, Scott Peckford 2-1, Etienne Robichaud 2-0, Rene Goguen 1-2 and Pat Lockyer 1-1.

Have a good week!

Posted - Monday, January 23rd, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

There will be a total of four games this upcoming weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League.

To start off the weekend, the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens will be in Tracadie for a match-up against Tracadie-Sheila. This will be an important game for both teams as it will count for four points. Memramcook came out victorious during the other game between those two teams by a score of 5-3. The puck drop will be at 8:30pm.

Saturday night, the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse will face the Acadiens in Memramcook. Lameque got the edge earlier this season 8-2 but this should be a different game this time as Memramcook will have a full lineup and they added a lot of talent to their roster since. This game will start at 7:30pm.

In the other game Saturday night, the Bouctouche JCs will be in Cap-Pelé for a game against the Pecheurs. During the previous three games so far this season between these two, Bouctouche got the edge 2 games to 1. This game is set to start at 8:00pm.

To conclude the weekend, we will have a rematch Sunday night. Cap-Pelé will be in Bouctouche this time to face the JCs. This will be the fifth game against these two clubs. This one will start at 6:45pm.

Have a good weekend!

Posted - Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Weekend wrap-up – week #12

All the teams were in action this weekend. In the first game, the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens won 6-3 against the Cap-Pele Pecheurs. Mathieu Betournay got a hat trick in the victory. For Memramcook; Mathieu Betournay 3-1, Zach Tessier, Denis Hache and Ian Mathieu-Girard. Sylvain Rodier got 3 assists in the win. The offense came from Jason Nelson 1-1, Michael Leblanc and Mathieu Berube for Cap-Pele.

In the other game Saturday night, the Bouctouche JCs won a 4 points game 9-4 against the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse. Jesse Lymburner and Rene Goguen both had a four points night. Jason Rinzler is taking a good option on the league scoring title with three points. For Bouctouche: Jesse Lymburner 3-1, Jason Rinzler 2-1, Brandon Paul 2-0, Rene Goguen 1-3, Pat Lockyer 1-2. The offense for Lameque came from: Frederic Landry 1-1, Hubert Blanchard 1-1, Patrick Jones and Andre-Oliva Roussel.

Sunday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines won a scoring feast 9-6 against the Miramichi Phantoms. Martin McGraw showed his talent once again with a five points performance. He now has 12 points in only three games. Todd Parker got a 4 points nights in a losing cause. For Tracadie: Martin McGraw 2-3, Pierre-Paul Landry 2-1, Ulysse Brideau 1-2, Remi Doucet 1-1, Federick Sonier 1-1, Kevin Landry 1-1 and Daniel Basque. Michel Savoie and Dany Robichaud both got 3 assists in the win. For Miramichi, the reply came from the sticks of: Jeff Wilson 2-1, Todd Parker 1-3, Nathan Francis, Matt Shannon and Bryce Silliker. Kris McKay notched 3 assists for the visitors.

Have a good week!

Posted - Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Stars of the week - week #12

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the game of Jan 14 and 15.

1rst star: Martin McGraw (TS) - 1gp, 2g, 3a, 5pts
2nd star: Jesse Lymburner (Bou) and Mathieu Betournay (Mem) - 1gp, 3g, 1a, 4pts, game winning goal

Since there was a tie, we gave two second stars this week. Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Sunday, January 15th, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will be hosting three games this upcoming weekend.

On Saturday night, the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens will be visiting the Cap-Pele Pecheurs. During their last matchup, Memramcook came out victorious in Shootout. The puck drop will be at 7 PM.

In the other game Saturday, the Bouctouche JCs will be in Lamèque for a faceoff against the Au Ptit Mousse. A win for Bouctouche would temporarily secure them the first position in the standings. This game will also start at 7 PM.

To conclude this weekend, the Miramichi Phantoms will be in town for another bout against the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines. This will be the final chapter between these two teams in the regular season. Tracadie-Sheila has a 4-1 lead in the serie so far. This game will start at 6PM on Sunday night.

Have a good weekend!

Posted - Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Stars of the week - week #11

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the games of Jan 6 and Jan 8;

1rst star: Jason Rinzler (Bou) – 1gp, 1g, 4a, 5pts
2nd star: Remi Doucet (TS) – 1gp, 3g, 1a, 4pts, game winning goal
3rd star: Mathieu Betournay (Mem) – 1gp, 3g, 1a, 4pts

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Monday, January 9th, 2012

Weekend Wrap-up – Week #11

There were three games in the NESHL during the past weekend. In Miramichi Friday night, the Phantoms won 5 – 4 over the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse. Kyle Rose was the hero of the night with the decisive goal in shootout. For Miramichi; Todd Parker (1-1), Nathan Francis (1-0), Matt Shannon (1-0) and David Mitchell (1-0) scored. For Lamèque; Luc Chiasson (1-2), Rene-Guy Hache (1-1), Tommy Chiasson (1-0) and Carl Roussel (1-0) fired back.

In the other game Friday night, the Bouctouche JCs did it again to the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens. The locals were cruising toward a victory when Jesse Lymburner scored with 21 seconds left to force the overtime. Jason Rinzler then completed the comeback 1:39 into the overtime. Rinzler who had a five points night grabbed the lead in the league leading scorer column. For Bouctouche; Jesse Lymburner (3-0), Remi Audoux (2-0), Jason Rinzler (1-4) and Jocelyn Dallaire. For Memramcook; Mathieu Betournay (3-0), Ian Mathieu-Girard (1-2), Guillaume Cormier (1-2) and Luc Cormier (1-1). Kevin Glode had 3 assists in the game.

To conclude the weekend, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines were hosting the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse Sunday night. The Alpines got the edge in that offensive show by a 10 – 5 margin. Tracadie regained their 3 points lead over Bouctouche in the standings. The offense for the Alpines came from: Remi Doucet (3-1), Martin McGraw (2-2), Ulysse Brideau (2-0), Federick Sonier (1-1), Michel Losier (1-1) and Marc Losier. For Lamèque, Steven Croteau (1-1), Andre-Oliva Roussel (1-1), Shawn Doucet (1-0), Rene-Guy Hache (1-0) and Marc Aube (1-0).

Have a good week!

Posted - Monday, January 9th, 2012

This weekend in the NESHL

There will be three games this upcoming weekend in the NESHL.

First of all, on Friday night, the Bouctouche JCs will be visiting the Memramcook "Maisons Lévesque" Acadiens. Fans should expect another tight game since most of their previous matchup has been decided by a one goal margin. This game is set to start at 8 PM.

In Miramichi, the Phantoms will be hosting the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse. The league leading scorer Bryce Silliker will have to opportunity to keep the lead in the points column. This game will also be played on Friday night and is set to start at 8 PM.

The last game of the weekend will be in Tracadie when the Alpines will be receving Lameque. Martin McGraw will be playing his second game for Lameque as he decided to return in the NESHL for the rest of the season. This game will be played at 6PM on Sunday night.

Have a good weekend.

Posted - Friday, January 6th, 2012

Stars of the week - week #10

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the games of Dec 28 and Dec 30.

1rst star:
Martin McGraw (T) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts
Bryce Silliker (M) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts
Rene Goguen (B) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts

For the first time of the season, there is a three-way tie for the stars of the week. The league's parity makes it hard to select stars since the stats are really close.

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Stars of the week - week #9

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the game of Dec 23.

1rst star: Remi Doucet (T) - 1gp, 2g, 2a, 4pts and Bryce Silliker (M) - 1gp, 2g, 2a, 4pts
3rd star: Todd Parker (M) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts

Since there was a tie, we gave two first stars this week. Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Happy Holidays!

The North East Senior Hockey League would like to wish the players, coaches and management along with all our fans the very best for the Holidays!. Thanks you! NESHL Executive
Posted - Monday, December 19th, 2011

Stars of the week - week #8

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the games of Dec 16 and Dec 17;

1rst star: Daniel Basque (T) - 1gp, 1g, 2a, 3pts, game winning goal
2nd star: Adam Nelson (CP) - 1gp, 1g, 2a, 3pts
3rd star: Sylvain Rodier (M) - 1gp, 1g, 0a, 1pt, shootout winning goal

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Monday, December 19th, 2011

Weekend #8 wrap-up

There were three games in the NESHL this past weekend. Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines won their duel against the Lamèque Au Ptit Mousse 4 -2. Daniel Basque (1-2), Remi Doucet (1-1), Ulysse Brideau and Pierre-Paul Landry scored for the winners. Yan Rail (1-1) and Steven Croteau answered back for the locals.

Saturday night, the Bouctouche JCs won a four points game against Miramichi with a 6-2 score. The visitors’ offense came from David Mitchel and Jeff Wilson. For the JCs Remi Audoux (1-1), Rene Goguen (1-1), Luc Williams, Jocelyn Dallaire, Jacques Cormier and Tyson Augustine scored. Bouctouche now has 22 points, the best total in the league.

In Cap-Pelé, the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadians ran away with a 5-4 win in shootout against the Pêcheurs. Memramcook scored with a bit less than three minutes of play to force the overtime. For the Acadians Morgan Nicholas (1-1), Stephane Dion (1-1), Jason Thibodeau and Sylvain Rodier scored. Rodier also netted the decisive goal in shootout. For Cap-Pelé, Adam Nelson (1-2), Jason Nelson, Kevin Cormier and Mathieu Richard fired back.

Have a good week!

Posted - Monday, December 19th, 2011

Stars of the week - week #7

Here are the NESHL three stars of the week for the games between Dec 9 and Dec 11;

1rst star: Mathieu Betournay (Mem) - 2gp, 2g, 4a, 6pts
2nd star: Bryce Silliker (Mir) - 2gp, 4g, 1a, 5pts, hat trick
3rd star: Jason Nelson (CP) - 2gp, 2g, 3a, 5pts

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Monday, December 12th, 2011

Weekend #7 wrap-up

There were five games in the NESHL this past weekend. Friday night, the Miramichi Phantoms won 6-4 over the Au Ptit Mousse de Lamèque. It was the Bryce Silliker show at the LBA, netting 4 goals and assisting on a 5th one. Matt Foster and Darcy Foran also scored for Miramichi. The offense for Lamèque came from Steven Croteau (1-1), Yan Rail (1-1), Shawn Doucet and Pierre-Luc Chiasson.

In the other game Friday night, the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs came back to win 6-5 over the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens. Memramcook was leading 5-2 with 3:30 left in the second period. For Cap-Pelé, Jason Nelson (2-2), Mathieu Berube (1-3), Adam Nelson, Michael Leblanc and Randy Gallant scored. Memramcook offense came from Anders Frees (2-0), Mathieu Betournay (1-2), Kevin Glode (1-1) and Morgan Nicholas.

Saturday night, the Bouctouche JCs kept their winning streak going with a 5-2 win over the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs. After a first period without any goals, the offense got to work in the second period. Bouctouche goals came from Luc Williams (2-0), Jocelyn Dallaire, Pat Lockyer, Jason McDonald. Michael Leblanc and Jason Nelson scored for Cap-Pelé.

Sunday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines scored late in the overtime and ran away with a 3-2 win over the Miramichi Phantoms. Philippe Arseneau played the hero in the overtime and Remi Legere and Pierre-Paul Landry scored in regulation for Tracadie-Sheila. For Miramichi, Dwight Wolfe and Brian Brown fired back.

In the other game, Memramcook managed to score a late goal to run away with a 4-3 victory over Bouctouche. It’s the fourth straight game between the two that ends with a one goal difference. It was a first victory for Memramcook. Mathieu Betournay (1-2), Luke McMackin, Sylvain Rodier and Zach Tessier generated the offense for the Acadiens. For the JCs, the goals came from the sticks of Pat Lockyer (2-0) and Rene Goguen.

Have a good week!

Posted - Monday, December 12th, 2011

NESHL - suspensions

The NESHL held a special meeting last night to discuss the events that occured at the game between Tracadie-Sheila Alpines and the Miramichi Phantoms last Friday, Dec 2nd. After the meeting, Phil Huckins, Director of Senior Hockey for Hockey New Brunswick and the League's Executive met and handed the following suspensions and fines: Miramichi Phantoms placed on a one year probation and $1000 security bond; Miramichi $300. fine for inadequate security for both the visiting team and the fans; James Scott - one year suspension for playing while under suspension, one year suspension for his actions at the game and a $500. fine; GM David Morrison - 7 games suspension; Coach Allam Menzies - 7 games; Ass't Coach Jason MacTavish - 2 games; Chris McNeil - 6 games; Kyle Rose - 5 games; David Mitchell - 2 games and Chris Keating - 2 games suspension. The Tracadie-Sheila Alpines were handed the following suspensions: Mathieu Lebouthillier - 2 games; Joel Lebouthillier - 2 games; Remi Doucet - 1 game and Fred Sonier - 1 game suspension.
Posted - Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

Stars of the week - week #6

Here are the stars of the week for the games between Dec 2 and Dec 4, 2011;

1rst star: Remi Doucet (TS) – 1gp, 2g, 2a, 4pts
2nd star: Jason Rinzler (B) – 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts, shootout goal
3rd star: Anders Frees and Morgan Nicholas – 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts

Since there was a tie between Frees and Nicholas they are sharing the third star.

Congratulations to all the players.

Posted - Monday, December 5th, 2011

NESHL Weekend wrapup

There were four games this past weekend in the NESHL. The first duel was between Bouctouche and Memramcook, which the JCs won 7-6 in shootout. It was the 3rd straight game between those two teams that Bouctouche wins by a one goal margin. The scorers for Bouctouche were Jason Rinzler (2-1), Pat Lockyer (1-2), Jesse Lymburner, Daniel MacLeod and Etienne Robichaud. For Memramcook, Anders Frees (2-1), Morgan Nicholas (2-1), Mathieu Betournay (1-1) and Sylvain Rodier. Guillaume Cormier assisted on 3 in the lost.

In Miramichi, the game has been called out after a brawl involving many players from both teams. The result of that game hasn’t been decided yet.

Saturday night, Cap-Pele was visiting Lameque and they managed to run away with a 5-4 win. Jason Nelson (2-2) and Mathieu Berube (2-1) lead the offense for Cap-Pelé. Chris Normand was the other scorer for the Pêcheurs. For Lamèque, Shawn Doucet (2-0), Steven Croteau (1-1) and Patrick Jones lit the red light.

Sunday afternoon, these same Pêcheurs were in Tracadie-Sheila for another inter-division game. The offense from Tracadie came all from the Remi Doucet (2-2), Michel Savoie (1-1) and Frederic Doucet (1-1) line. For Cap-Pelé, Kevin Cormier (1-1) and Ron Gaudet scored. Tracadie-Sheila scored their last goal in an empty net.

Posted - Monday, December 5th, 2011

December 2nd game incident

The North East Senior Hockey League is sorry about the turn of event that occurred during the game between Tracadie-Sheila and Miramichi on Friday night. The league is against that type of performance and it’s not the type of hockey we want to offer to our fans. We are taking this situation extremely seriously.

The league’s president, Roger Brun, decided to call the game off after the brawl that occurred at 6:59 of the second period. A decision regarding the result of that game will be taken at a later date.

As soon as we’ll receive the official report, there will be disciplinary sanctions for the player engaged in that brawl. The security of our players is our main concern and we cannot accept such behavior from some players.

We will have a discussion with Hockey New Brunswick and the Senior Hockey Director before taking our decision to ensure we are within their rules.

To our fans, we are truly sorry about this situation. Every efforts will be made to ensure this kind of incidents stay out of our league.

The NESHL’s President
Roger Brun

Posted - Sunday, December 4th, 2011

This weekend in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will be hosting four games this upcoming weekend. Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will try to stop their losing streak as they are visiting the Miramichi Phantoms. That game is set to start at 8 PM.

Also on Friday night, the “Maisons Lévesque” Memramcook Acadiens will be visiting the JCs in Bouctouche. Memramcook will try to settle the record with Bouctouche to whom they lost two tights games so far this season. The puck drop for this game will be at 8h30 PM.

Saturday night, the Lamèque Au Ptit Mousse will be hosting the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs. This will be the first game in two weeks for Lamèque. For Cap-Pelé, they’ll try to keep the past weekend momentum as they managed to beat Bouctouche. That game will start at 7h00 PM.

Finally, Sunday evening these same Pêcheurs will be in Tracadie-Sheila. This game will start at 4 PM. During their previous meeting this season, the Alpines won 5-3.

Have a good weekend!

Posted - Thursday, December 1st, 2011

Stars of the week - week #5

The stars of the week for the games between Nov 25 and Nov 27 are;

1rst star: Luc Leblanc (CP) - 1 gp, 1 win, 1.00 gaa
2nd star: Pat Lockyer (B) - 1 gp, 2 g, 1 a, 3 pts
3rd star: Jason Rinzler (B) - 2 gp, 2 g, 2 a, 4 pts

Congratulations to the three players.

Posted - Monday, November 28th, 2011

Weekend #5 wrap-up

There were three games during this past weekend. Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines lost a third consecutive game by the score of 5-3 against the « Maisons Lévesque » Memramcook Acadiens. For Memramcook, Stephane Dion (2), Luke McMackin, Guillaume Cormier and Mathieu Betournay scored. For Tracadie-Sheila, Joel Lebouthillier, Philippe Arseneault and Michel Savoie found the bottom of the net.

Saturday night, the Cap-Pele Pecheurs were ready for the Bouctouche JCs. They won 3-1 and this was the first lost for the JCs this season. Cap-Pelé scorers were Michael Leblanc, Mathieu Richard and Travis Duguay. The offense came from Jazon Rinzler for Bouctouche.

To conclude this weekend, the Bouctouche JCs won another tight duel against the “Maisons Levesque” Memramcook Acadiens 5-4. The goals for the locals came from Pat Lockyer (2-1), Jason Rinzler (1-2), Lucky Milliea and Jacques Cormier. For Memramcook, Morgan Nicholas (1-1), Ian Mathieu-Girard and Louis Cormier. Zach Tessier got three assists in the lost.

Posted - Monday, November 28th, 2011

This weekend in the NESHL

The North East Senior Hockey League will be the host of three games during the upcoming weekend. Friday night, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will be visiting the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens. This four points game is set to start at 8 PM.

Saturday, The Bouctouche JCs will try to keep their perfect record as they will be in Cap-Pelé for a match against the Pêcheurs. The only game between both teams ended with a 5-3 victory for Bouctouche. This match will start at 7 PM.

To conclude the weekend, the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens will be visiting the Bouctouche JCs. During the last game between both teams, Memramcook was leading with only 7 minutes to go. Will they be victorious this time? The puck drop will be at 6h46 PM on Sunday.

Have a good weekend.

Posted - Thursday, November 24th, 2011

Stars of the week - Week #4

Here are the stars of the week for the games of Nov 18th thru Nov 20th;

First star: Jeff Wilson (Mir) - 2gp, 2g, 2a, 4pts
Second star: Jean-Francois Robichaud (Lam) - 2gp, 3g, 0a, 3pts, hat trick
Third star: Bryce Silliker (Mir) - 2gp, 1g, 2a, 3pts, shootout winning goal

Congratulations to the players!

Posted - Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

Weekend #4 wrap-up

Friday night, Bouctouche got the win over Memramcook 4-2. The local team were leading with less than 7 minutes to play but the JCs found a way to score 3 quick goals to run away with the victory. The scorers for Bouctouche were Jason Rinzler (1-1), Remi Audoux, Alexandre Vigneault and Rene Goguen. For Memramcook, Sylvain Rodier (1-1) and Morgan Nicolas scored.

In the other game, Tracadie-Sheila suffered their first loss of the season against the Phantoms in Miramichi. That game ended 4-3 in shootout. For Tracadie, Daniel Basque (2-0) and Ulysse Brideau (1-1) found the back of the net. Miramichi goals came from the sticks of Jeff Wilson (1-1), Bryce Silliker (1-1) and Darcy Foran. Silliker scored the winning goal in shootout.

Saturday night, Miramichi concluded a perfect weekend with a 3-1 win over Lamèque.

To conclude the weekend, Lamèque won 4-1 against Tracadie-Sheila. That game marked the return of Yan Rail and Michel Rail for Lamèque and Michel Savoie for Tracadie-Sheila. The scorers for Lamèque were Jean-Francois Robichaud (3-0) and John Robichaud (1-0). Pierre-Paul Landry was the only scorer for Tracadie-Sheila.

After 4 weekends of activity in the NESHL, only Bouctouche is undefeated.

Posted - Monday, November 21st, 2011

This weekend in the NESHL

There are four games schedule for the upcoming weekend in the North East Senior Hockey League. Friday night, the Bouctouche JCs will be visiting the Memramcook “Maisons Lévesque” Acadiens. In the other game, the Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will be in Miramichi for a clash against the Phantoms. Both games will start at 8 PM.

Saturday night, the Miramichi Phantoms will be in Lamèque. It will be the first time the Au Ptit Mousse hosts Miramichi. That game will start at 7 PM.

To conclude the weekend, the Lamèque Au Ptit Mousse will be in Tracadie-Sheila. That game will be played Sunday and is set to start at 6 PM.

Posted - Thursday, November 17th, 2011

NESHL FINAL DRAFT RESULTS

The North East Senior Hockey League held it's final player's draft tonight and the results are as follows: North Division Tracadie-Sheila - Cory Smearer, Alex Winton, Pierre Mazerolle; Miramichi - Kyle Rose, Jon Petitgrew, Daniel Roy; Lameque - Erik Lavigne, David Aube, Eric Thériault. East Division selections are Bouctouche - Jesse Lymburner, Jeff LeBlanc, Cap-Pelé - Adam Nelson, Ron Gaudet, Andre Savoie, Memramcook - Rick Léger.
Posted - Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Stars of the week - Week #3

Here are the stars of the week for the games of Nov 11th thru Nov 13th;

First star: Sylvain Rodier (Mem) - 2gp, 5g, 1a, 6 pts, hat trick
Second star: Andre-Oliva Roussel (Lam) - 2gp, 1g, 4a, 5pts
Third star: Alexandre Vigneault (Bou) - 1gp, 2g, 1a, 3pts

Congratulations to the players!

Posted - Monday, November 14th, 2011

NESHL weekend results

In the North East Senior Hockey League there were 5 games on tap this past weekend. On Friday, Tracadie/Sheila was in Lameque to renew this traditional rivalry. The Alpines came out the winner with a hard fought 4 to 2 win. Scoring for Tracadie/Sheila were Daniel Basque, Dany Robichaud, Rémi Légere and Remi Doucet. Lameque answered back with goals from Pierre-Luc Chiasson and André-Olivier Roussel. In the Miramichi, the Phantoms came up on top in their game with Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Acadiens 7 to 5. Leading the way for Miramichi were Lance Woodman, Kris Keating, Bryce Silliker, Nathan Francis, A J McKay, Jeff Wilson and Tyler Jardine each with one goal each. Memramcook answered back with a hat trick from Sylvain Rodie and two goals from Jamie McCabe. The last game on Friday night saw the home town JCs come up with a 5 - 3 win over the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs and stay undefeated in front of a home crowd exceeding 1000. Bouctouche goals came from Alexandre Vigneault with 2 while singles from Kielyn Copage, Pat Lockyer and Rémi Audoux rounded out the scoring for Bouctouche. Mathieu Bérubé, Randy Gallant and Jason Nelson did the scoring for Cap-Pelé. Saturday in Cap-Pelé, the Pêcheurs were the winners over visiting Lameque au Ptit Mousse in a shootout victory 5 to 4. Leading the way for the Pêcheurs was Russell Cormier with one goal who also had the only goal in the shootout which proved to be the winner. Other markers for Cap-Pelé were Michael LeBlanc, Mathieu Richard and Mathieu Bérubé. Lameque's goals came from Shawn Doucet with 2 and Tommy Chiasson and André Chiasson with one each. Rounding up the weekend action in the NESHL Sunday night the Memramccok Acadiens came out on top with a 7 - 3 victory over the visiting Miramichi Phantoms. Memramcook's scoring came from Sylvain Rodier with 2 while Guillaume Cormier, Jason Thibodeau, Anders Frees, Mathieu Bétournay and Antonio Makary all with one goal. Answering for the Phantoms were Jeff Wilson, David Mitchell and Matt Foster. The deadline to register for the final draft is November 14th. After this date, only players living or born in a team's territory will be allowed to join the NESHL.

Posted - Monday, November 14th, 2011

This weekend in the NESHL

For the first time this season, all teams will be in action Friday night. Memramcook will be in Miramichi for their first matchup of the season, that game is set to start at 8h00. At the same time Tracadie will be visiting Lameque, a first since the mini serie that was held last year. Finally, Bouctouche will be receiving Cap-Pele and that game is set to start at 8H30.

Saturday night, Lameque will be playing against Cap-Pele. This game will start at 7h00.

To wrap up the weekend, Miramichi will be visiting Memramcook on Sunday and that game also start at 7h00.

Good luck to all the teams and enjoy the Remembrance day weekend.

Posted - Thursday, November 10th, 2011

Stars of the week - Week #2

Here are the stars of the week for the games between Nov 4th and Nov 6th.

First star: Frederic Doucet (TS) : 2gp, 4g, 1a, 5pts
Second star: Jason Rinzler (B) : 2gp, 2g, 3a, 5pts
Third star: Colin Brown (M) : 2gp, 2g, 3a, 5pts

Congratulations to these three players!

Source: North East Senior Hockey League

Posted - Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

An action packed weekend!

There were a total of six games in the NESHL in the past weekend. Friday night, Bouctouche won 5-2 over Miramichi. In the other game, Memramcook scored the win over Cap-Pele 5-4.

Saturday, Tracadie-Sheila handed a second loss in a row to Cap-Pele 5-3. There were a total of 31 minor penalties during that game. Lameque was ready for their season opener as they won 8-2 against Memramcook.

Finally, Tracadie-Sheila won 6-3 against Miramichi on Saturday night. After being dominant in their first game, Lameque got the same treatment in Bouctouche where they lost 9-2.

After two weeks of activity in the league, Bouctouche and Tracadie-Sheila are the only teams with a perfect record.

Posted - Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Stars of the week - Week #1

The North East Senior Hockey League is proud to announce the first nominees for the stars of the week. These nominations are for the games of October 28th and 29th.

First star: Mathieu Berube (CP) - 2 gp, 3 g, 1 a, 4 pts
Second star: Jason Nelson (CP) - 2 gp, 0 g, 4 a, 4 pts
Third star: Nathan Francis (Mir) - 2 gp, 1g, 2 a, 3 pts

Congratulations to these three players!

Source: North Shore Senior Hockey League

Posted - Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

NESHL= ALL SIX TEAMS IN ACTION

The North East Senior Hockey League will see all six teams in action this coming weekend. On Friday, Nov 4 two games are slated with Bouctouche JCs in Miramichi to take on the Phantoms at 8pm at the LBA. In the 2nd game, Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs will be visiting the Maisons Levesques in Memramcook also at 8pm. Saturday at 7pm Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will be in Cap-Pelé to play the Pêcheurs while Memramcook will take on the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse in Lameque at 7pm. The weekend will wrap up on Sunday, Nov 6th with two more tilts when the Miramichi Phantoms travels to Tracadie-Sheila to take on the Alpines at 6pm while the Lameque Au Ptit Mousse plays the JCs at the JK in Bouctouche with game time set for 6:45pm.
Posted - Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

OPENING WEEKEND NESHL ACTION CAP-PELE & MIRAMICHI SPLIT

Senior hockey was back after a one year absence. The North East Senior Hockey League opened it's regular schedule for the 2011 - 2012 season with a home and home series between the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs and the Miramichi Phantoms. The many fans who attended both games were not disappointed with close games and last minute heroics. Last Friday, Nick Foran scored with just 4:11 remaining in the game to notch a 4 - 3 victory for the Phantoms. Miramichi other goals came from David Mitchell, Bryce Silliker and Kris Keating. Marc Richard was the winning goalie. Cap-Pelé goals came from the sticks of Luc LeBlanc, Mathieu Berube and Mathieu Richard. Luc LeBlanc suffered the lost in nets for the Pêcheurs. Saturday night in Cap-Pelé, the home team came from behind with two goals in the last minute of the game to win the game 3 - 2. Michael LeBlanc tied the game with 20 seconds left in the game and 8 seconds later Mathieu Berube with his 2nd of the night scored the winner with only 12 secs left in the game. Luc LeBlanc got the win in nets. Miramichi's scoring came from Nathan Francis and Bryce Silliker. Tyler McKay was in nets for the Phantoms. It should be noted that all inter divisional games are 4 point games.
Posted - Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

NESHL SEASON OPENS THIS WEEKEND WITH HOME & HOME CAP-PELE / MIRAMICHI

The newly formed North East Senior Hockey League will get the 2011 - 2012 regular season underway with a home and home series between the Cap-Pelé Pêcheurs and the Miramichi Phantoms. Friday night, Oct 28th in Miramichi at the LBA, these two teams will play each other with game time set for 8:15pm. The following night, Saturday, Oct 29th they will again clash with each other in Cap-Pelé with game time at 7:00pm. The following weekend will see all NESHL teams in action. We encourage everyone to support their local teams and take part in exciting senior hockey action at it's best.
Posted - Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

MEMRAMCOOK TRYOUTS / PRACTICE

The Memramcook "Maison Levesque" Senior hockey team will be holding their last tryouts and practice prior to the start of the 2011 - 2012 hockey season this Sunday, October 30th starting at 8:15pm at the Eugene LeBlanc Arena. All players residing in the Dieppe/Memramcook area plus all players that were drafted by them are inviting to attend this very important practice. For additional information, players may contact Kevin Carrier 229-3281 or Guy Charest 875-5522.
Posted - Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

NESHL FINAL DRAFT NOVEMBER 15TH

The North East Senior Hockey League will be holding their final player's draft on November 15th. All players residing in identified "grey zones" wishing to play in the North East Senior Hockey League must register if they wish to play in the NESHL. Two areas have been identified as "grey zones". Moncton, Lewisville, Riverview up to Sussex is one "grey zone" while the other is the Greater Bathurst area up to Campbellton. In the form below, players are required to give their permanent address. It should be noted that a player who is a full time student having a permanent address falling in the territory of an existing team but who is living elsewhere due to his studies, this player will have two options. He can either play in the area where he is studying or for a team where his permanent address is located.


Posted - Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

MEMRAMCOOK TRYOUTS

The Memramcook team will be having their 2nd tryout Sunday, Oct 23rd at the Memramcook arena at 8:15pm. All the players who live in the Dieppe / Memramcook area and the players who were selected in the NESHL draft are welcome. For further information, please contact Kevin Carrier at (506)229-3281.

Posted - Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

NESHL DRAFT RESULTS

The North East Senior Hockey League held it's initial player's draft tonight. The North Division had 9 players registered and the East Division had a total of 16 players. The North Division results are as follows: Lamèque - Shawn Doucet, Marc Aube, Daniel Roy; Miramichi -Todd Parker, Kent Erik Frees, Denis Martendale; Tracadie-Sheila - Ryan Mockler, Steen Frees, Francois Lagace. The East Division choices were the following: Cap-Pelé - Mathieu Berube, Jason Nelson, Christopher Normand, David Carrier, Justin Cormier; Memramcook - Scott Judson, Nicolas Morgan, Andrew Court, Guillaume Cormier, Cody Firth; Bouctouche - Jason Rinzler, Pat Lockyer, Adrien Lemay, Scott Peckford, Luke MacMackin, Mike Lawrence.
Posted - Monday, October 17th, 2011

TRACADIE-SHEILA TRAINING CAMP

The Tracadie-Sheila Alpines will open their training camp Friday, October 21 at 7:45pm. A second practice will be held Saturday, October 22 at 9:45pm. For additional information contact André Saulnier at 888-9700 or Jolain Doiron at 399-0747.
Posted - Monday, October 17th, 2011

MEMRAMCOOK TRYOUTS

Memramccok of the North East Senior Hockey League will be having their 1st tryouts Tuesday, Oct 18th at the Dieppe Centennial Arena at 10:30pm. All those players who live in the Dieppe / Memramcook area and those players who were selected in the NESHL draft are welcome. For further information, please contact Kevin Carrier at (506)229-3281.
Posted - Monday, October 17th, 2011

BOUCTOUCHE TRYOUTS

Bouctouche of the North East Senior Hockey League will be having tryouts at the Bouctouche Forum this Sunday, October 16th at 7:45 pm. All players living or formerly from Kent County are welcome. For additional information, please contact Pierre Richard (506)955-2401.
Posted - Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

DEADLINE TO REGISTER FOR DRAFT OCTOBER 15TH

The final date to register for the League Draft for players interested in playing in the North East Senior Hockey League is fast approaching. The deadline is set for this coming Saturday, October 15th. All those wishing to be considered are asked to go to the League's website at www.neshl.ca and register. Players already in a team's zone should not register,only those who live in an area where no teams presently exist. For the East Division, those players now living or born in the Moncton, Lewisville, Riverview areas up to Sussex should register for the south draft. Players living and/or born in the Greater Bathurst area up to Campbellton should register for the north draft. For those players who were either unable to win a spot with a team after the draft or for those who become available after October 15th, they will be allowed to register for the 2nd and last NESHL draft up to November 28th.
Posted - Tuesday, October 11th, 2011

The forum is now up and running

The forum is now online (english site only). Feel free to register and post.
Posted - Saturday, October 1st, 2011

Senior hockey is back

Senior hockey is back with the formation of the North East Senior Hockey League. In it's inaugural season, the NESHL will consist of six teams divided into two divisions. Making part of the North Division will be Lamèque, Miramichi and Tracadie. Bouctouche, Cap-Pelé and Memramcook will play in the East Division. The 2011 - 2012 season will kick off on Friday, November 4th. The final schedule will be posted on our new website www.neshl.ca shortly. There will be a draft of players wishing to play in the NESHL but residing outside of an existing team's territory. There will be two zones where players living in these will be eligible to be drafted. For the North Division the zone will be the Greater Bathurst area going up to Campbellton. For those players living in the Moncton, Lewisville, Riverview up to and including Sussex, they will need to register for the East Division draft. They will just need to go on our website to the Draft section and register. Deadline for the draft will be October 15th. Anyone wanting to contact the NESHL for any reasons may do so by writing to info@neshl.ca.
Posted - Wednesday, September 21st, 2011