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Atlantic Hockey Report

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Atlantic Hockey Report

Year: 2017
Genre: Sports
Host: Steve Power

The Atlantic Hockey Report (AHR) is proud to report on "all things" hockey in Atlantic Canada. AHR looks at all levels of hockey and strives to bring you the stories that others don't. Join host Steve Power as he brings you hockey news, stories, player profiles, highlights and much more from the four Atlantic provinces. 

Episodes

Episode 1

Host Steve Power brings you stories from the Atlantic Challenge Cup in Moncton, NB!

Episode 2

Host Steve Power brings you more stories from the 2017 Atlantic Challenge Cup. Plus a special player profile on Abby Newhook - the captain of the St. John's Hitmen Bantam AAA team.

Episode 3

Host Steve Power brings you stories from the 2017 Monctonian. Plus, Cellphone Scott hangs out with coach Ali MacEachern and the Truro Major Bantam Bearcats

Episode 4

The Presidents Panel –Steve Power hosts this panel with the four Atlantic Canadian Branch Presidents during the Hockey Canada annual winter congress meetings in Ottawa.

Episode 5

Host Steve Power brings us stories from Atlantic Canada including: Bantam Atlantics tourney chair Tim Power, Stephen Fox player profile, Mark Crocker of St. John’s SportsCraft store, Coach Chris Culligan, and Cellphone Scott!

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