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2018-19 Regular Season Opener

Axemen hockey season preview

Plenty of reason for optimism Normally when a U Sports hockey team brings in 12 new players, it’s called a rebuilding year… for the Acadia Axemen, 2018-19 is a year filled with optimism and high expectations. With an A+ recruiting

Axemen fall short in 2-1 loss to Dal in exhibition

Houck with the lone marker for Acadia WOLFVILLE, N.S. – The Axemen opened their exhibition season with a 2-1 loss to the visiting Dalhousie Tigers. Andrew Shewfelt, who was named the Subway First Star of the Game, scored 1:51 into

Axemen Name Captains for Upcoming Season

Acadia looks to veteran leadership to guide the way The Acadia Axemen named their captains for the upcoming 2018-19 season, naming 4th year defenceman Liam Maaskant Captain. The 6’4″ hard-nosed defender from Clinton, Ontario is no stranger to wearing the

Mosher re-joins Axemen as goaltending coach

Axemen alumnus returns to hockey program The Acadia Axemen are proud to welcome back to Evan Mosher to our hockey program as the team’s goaltending coach. Evan is an Acadia University alumnus who starred with the Axemen from 2011-2014, including

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Acadia to host QMJHL exhibition game

Game day is August 24th at 7pm (Wolfville, NS) – Acadia University’s Department of Athletics announced Sunday that it will host a Quebec Major Junior Hockey League pre-season game featuring the Halifax Mooseheads and Acadie-Bathurst Titan.  The game will be

Former Axeman McFarlane inducted into MESHOF

Acadia Hockey Honour Roll Member adds another Honour AMHERST, N.S. – This past Wednesday, July 18, former Hockey Axeman Mark McFarlane ’95 along with two additional inductees were installed into the Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame (Oakland, CA) in association

McFarland’s travels from Acadia to the Florida Panthers

Axemen alumnus turned NHL assistant coach By John DeCoste ’77 When he arrived at Acadia in the fall of 2006, coaching in the NHL – or anywhere else, for that matter – wasn’t necessarily on Paul McFarland’s radar screen. Now

Acadia Hockey – Pathway to the Pros

Axemen graduates playing at elite levels The Acadia University hockey Axemen continue to graduate highly skilled players that are going on to play in elite leagues as high as the AHL. This year’s graduates may have raised the bar to

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