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Old Posted Mar 30, 2012, 8:02 PM
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Mooseheads take on Quebec Remparts in 2nd Round

http://www.halifaxmooseheads.ca/arti...round-schedule

Mar 30, 2012

The QMJHL released the schedule for the second round of the 2012 QMJHL Playoffs between the Halifax Mooseheads and the Quebec Remparts this afternoon.

The two teams will open their series next Friday, April 6th for Game #1 and Saturday, April 7th for Game #2. Both these games will take place at the Colisee in Quebec City at 8pm Atlantic Time. The Mooseheads will host Game #3 and Game #4 at the Halifax Metro Centre on Tuesday, April 10th and Wednesday, April 11th respectively. Game #5, if necessary, will also be played at the Metro Centre as the teams will play a 2-3-2 schedule. All games in Halifax will be a 7pm puck drop.


Game #1: Friday, April 6th Halifax vs Quebec @8pm Colisee Pepsi
Game #2: Saturday, April 7th Halifax vs Quebec @8pm Colisee Pepsi
Game #3: Tuesday, April 10th Quebec vs Halifax @7pm Halifax Metro Centre
Game #4: Wednesday, April 11th Quebec vs Halifax @ 7pm Halifax Metro Centre
*Game #5: Friday, April 13th Quebec vs Halifax @7pm Halifax Metro Centre
*Game #6: Monday, April 16th Halifax vs Quebec @8pm Colisee Pepsi
*Game #7: Tuesday, April 17th Halifax vs Quebec @8pm Colisee Pepsi
*If necessary

Quebec finished the regular season in 4th place overall with an impressive 43-18-5-2 record for 93 points. The Mooseheads finished 8 points back of the Remparts in 6th place overall with a 39-22-2-5 record for 85 points. The Mooseheads held the edge in the regular season series winning 2 of 3 games, with the home team winning each contest. On October 22nd, Alex Grenier scored in overtime against his former team to give the Mooseheads a thrilling 4-3 OT win at the Metro Centre. The Remparts rebounded and handed the Mooseheads a 6-1 thumping on November 19th at Le Colisee. On December 3rd, Nathan MacKinnon grabbed national attention when he led a 3rd period comeback scoring 5 goals in a 6-4 Mooseheads win. This will be the first time these two teams have met in the QMJHL Playoffs.

Tickets for Games 3 and 4 at the Halifax Metro Centre go on sale this Wednesday, April 4th at 11am at the Ticket Atlantic Box Office, select Superstore Outlets, www.ticketatlantic.com or charge by phone 451-1221.
Two biggest cities in the Q in the two biggest arenas.

11,000 seat Halifax Metro Centre and the 15,000+ Quebec City Colisee Pepsi.

Should be a good series.
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Hope I'll still be in town by then, this should be a great series
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Moose hope for lift at home
April 10, 2012 - 4:21am BY WILLY PALOV SPORTS REPORTER

http://thechronicleherald.ca/sports/...r-lift-at-home

MAYBE THE METRO Centre will make the difference for the Halifax Mooseheads.

They lost two games in Quebec City by the slimmest of margins and find themselves in a deep hole heading into tonight’s third game of their best-of-seven second-round series against the Quebec Remparts. If home ice and some home-cooked meals are enough to swing those minuscule margins of victory in the Mooseheads’ favour, we may have a series after all.
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Mooseheads show they’re in this series
April 10, 2012 - 4:21am CHRIS COCHRANE

http://thechronicleherald.ca/sports/...in-this-series

No doubt it was a huge lift for the Remparts to have 14,053 fans on hand for Game 1 of the series and 12,340 for Game 2.
Impressive attendance in Quebec, hopefully we can pack the Metro Centre and win the next 3 @ home.
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Old Posted Apr 14, 2012, 1:38 AM
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Mooseheads win game 5! Series is now 3-2 headed back to Quebec. Almost 10,000 at the game tonight.
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Mooseheads win game 5! Series is now 3-2 headed back to Quebec. Almost 10,000 at the game tonight.
This has been an interesting series. Halifax could just as easily have been ahead 3-2 in games except for a puck going over the glass at the Quebec Pepsi Coliseum.
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Mooseheads win game 6!

Score was 5-2. Game 7 tomorrow night unbelievable comeback after being down 3-0 in the series!
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Mooseheads win game 6!

Score was 5-2. Game 7 tomorrow night unbelievable comeback after being down 3-0 in the series!
Excellent. Now all the pressure is on the Quebec Remparts.
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They were talking on TSN about how Pittsburg is down 3-0 in their seris and they said Crosby should learn from Mackinnon and they talked about the mooseheads come back

They also said that if he was eligable in this years draft Mackinnon would go number one and will for sure next year

Its 3-3 in the 3rd for game seven by the way .
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Now it's 4-4, Cameron Critchlow has all four for the Mooseheads I believe.
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Mooseheads win in overtime.
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What a come back
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Mooseheads win in overtime.
UNBEILEVEABLE!!!!
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They were talking on TSN about how Pittsburg is down 3-0 in their seris and they said Crosby should learn from Mackinnon and they talked about the mooseheads come back

They also said that if he was eligable in this years draft Mackinnon would go number one and will for sure next year
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75 013 in attendance in the series, breaking the previous record mark of 67,656 that was recorded by the Remparts and Cape Breton, in spring 2009.

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Tickets for the games this weekend at the Metro Centre sold out in less than 2 hours. I logged on at 11am when they went on sale and lower bowl was already gone. Its going to be a good one!
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Tickets for the games this weekend at the Metro Centre sold out in less than 2 hours. I logged on at 11am when they went on sale and lower bowl was already gone. Its going to be a good one!
Yeah I logged on right at 11am and must have JUST managed to get lower bowl seats for the Saturday game.
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Old Posted Apr 19, 2012, 6:27 PM
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Yeah I logged on right at 11am and must have JUST managed to get lower bowl seats for the Saturday game.
Same here.

Should be good games!

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Tickets for the games this weekend at the Metro Centre sold out in less than 2 hours. I logged on at 11am when they went on sale and lower bowl was already gone. Its going to be a good one!
I was lucky enough to score a pair a few rows from the ice, I think someone must have timed out while trying to order cause before that all I could get was upper bowl. Glad to see the Hali showing support like this for the Moose, but after the performance in the last round I'm not surprised that people are starting to pay attention. Glad I'm able to catch a game while I'm back east.
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I was lucky enough to score a pair a few rows from the ice, I think someone must have timed out while trying to order cause before that all I could get was upper bowl. Glad to see the Hali showing support like this for the Moose, but after the performance in the last round I'm not surprised that people are starting to pay attention. Glad I'm able to catch a game while I'm back east.
Yeah I am in 3rd row section 22... But first time I clicked I only got seats off in the corner. Asked for new ones and got those awesome seats.
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I was told that both home games were sold out in 45mins
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Mooseheads lost tonight, 4-1. Headed to the game tomorrow night, hopefully they even things up.
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