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This is the 2010-11 Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League season.

The Cape Breton Canadians started off the season and then had their franchise revoked on October 3, 2010.  On October 6, 2010 it was announced they would be replaced by the Glace Bay Jr. Miners who assumed the Canadians record.  The Canadians had a record of 0 and 3 with 10 goals for and 42 goals allowed (losses of 12-5, 15-3, and 15-2).  The Canadians roster had been decimated by suspensions and injuries.

The Windsor Royals also forfeited a game to the Strait Pirates on September 17, 2010 for the use on an ineligible play.  The Royals had won the games 4-2.

StandingsEdit

Team                         GP    W    L    T  OTL   GF    GA     P
Fred Fox
Windsor Royals               34    28   6    -   0    159   81     56
Bay Ducks                    34    22   8    -   4    167   108    48
East Hants Penguins          34    17   14   -   3    133   163    37
Brookfield Elks              34    16   16   -   2    152   155    34
Sackville Blazers            34    14   19   -   1    133   154    29
Sid Rowe
Strait Pirates               34    22   9    -   3    150   96     47
Cumberland County Blues      34    20   10   -   4    176   139    44
Antigonish Bulldogs          34    12   18   -   4    126   145    28
Glace Bay Jr. Miners         34    10   20   -   4    108   191    24
Pictou County Scotians       34    9    23   -   2    86    158    20


PlayoffsEdit

Quarter FinalsEdit

Best of 7

  • Windsor 4 Brookfield 0
  • Bay 4 East Hants 1
  • Strait 4 Glace Bay 2
  • Cumberland 4 Antigonish 3

Semi FinalsEdit

Best of 7

  • Bay 4 Windsor 3
  • Strait 4 Cumberland 1

FinalEdit

Best of 7

  • Bay 4 Cumberland 0

The Bay Ducks advanced to the 2011 Don Johnson Cup tournament.


Team PhotosEdit

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