Next Game: Saint John Riptide at Island Storm – November 18, 2018

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Riptide improve to 3-0 in London!

LONDON, ON – The Saint John Riptide improved to 3-0 with a victory over the defending NBLC Champion London Lightning on their home court. Riptide center Anthony Stover was dominant throughout finishing the game with 19 rebounds, 10 points and a franchise record eight blocks. The Riptide came out of the gate strong and led…

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Riptide Complete Comeback To Beat Storm

SAINT JOHN, NB – The Saint John Riptide returned to the Harbour Station court Thursday night for a pivotal contest against a team chasing them in the Atlantic division standings, the Island Storm. It was an up-and-down night, a thrill-ride of sorts, for the Riptide faithful that came out to cheer on their team.

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Late Free Throws Push Miracles Past Riptide

MONCTON, NB – The Saint John Riptide finished off a three-game road swing Tuesday night at the Moncton Coliseum as they took on the Miracles. Moncton had won four straight coming into action while Saint John was coming off a win over the Cape Breton Highlanders on Saturday.

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Shorthanded Riptide Top Miracles On The Road

MONCTON, NB – The Saint John Riptide, without two key players, went on the road to take on the Moncton Miracles in the latest chapter of the battle of the 506. Saint John was without Anthony Stover and Olu Famutimi, both nursing injuries, as they took on a Miracles squad that was coming off a big bounce-back performance snapping a long losing skid the night before.

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Riptide Fall To Storm In Another Thriller

CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI – Friday night the Saint John Riptide dug out of the gigantic snowbanks in the city and were on the road to Prince Edward Island. After weathering a pair of snow storms this week, the Riptide looked to defeat another storm, the Island Storm.

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Riptide Overpower River Lions on Home Court

SAINT JOHN, NB – On a snowy night in Saint John the Niagara River Lions visited Harbour Station for the first time this season to take on the Riptide. Niagara came into the contest with a 2-3 record and sitting fourth in the Central division, while the Riptide were second place in the Atlantic division with a record of 3-1.

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