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Halifax Mooseheads' season ends this weekend

The league says the Halifax Mooseheads' and the Cape Breton Eagles' seasons will both officially come to an end on Sunday and neither team will compete in the 2021 President Cup Playoffs
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With the reopening of the Atlantic bubble delayed, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has announced the end of the Halifax Mooseheads' season.

The league says the Halifax Mooseheads' and the Cape Breton Eagles' seasons will both officially come to an end on Sunday and neither team will compete in the 2021 President Cup Playoffs.

"The three New Brunswick-based teams will play in a nine-game round-robin tournament with the winner facing off against the Charlottetown Islanders in the Maritimes Division final," said the QMJHL. "The league will determine the format of the round-robin tournament and the schedule in the upcoming days."

"The QMJHL President Cup semifinals will group three teams from Quebec and one team from the Maritimes in a single protected environment event. Teams will be seeded based on the 2020-2021 overall standings. The schedule and location of the event will be determined at a later date."

The Halifax Mooseheads say ticket holders will be contacted with further information in the coming days.



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