Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League


Posted at 1:37 pm on April 9, 2018

The Strait Pirates of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League handed out its year-end awards recently. Bryce Reynolds picked up three trophies; Top Scorer,

Strait Pirates award winners

Pirate of the Year and Rookie of the Year. Randon MacKinnon was named the Most Valuable Player, while Avery Warner was the MVP for the playoffs.

Jordan Moss won the Team Leader Award, while Cody Hinkley picked up the trophy for the Most Game Stars and Olan Spears was the Most Dedicated Award Winner.

Winner of the Most Underrated Player Award was Jackson Beck, Nick MacGillivrary was honoured for Sportsmanship and Ability, and Best Defenceman was Christian Papineau. Most Improved Player was Josh Foster, Bob McCall and President’s Award Winner was Matt Stymest and the Coaches Award winner was Riley Keeling


Posted at 2:07 pm on June 30, 2017

There is a new head coach in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. It was announced today that Antigonish native Taylor Lambke will take over the duties for the Strait Pirates.
Lambke says he is looking forward to moving up to the next level of coaching. He wants to bring an aggressive style of play to the Pirates team:

Lambke was with the Dr. JH Gillis high school team for the past two seasons.