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First Round Playoff Dates Announced

SAINT JOHN, NB – The Saint John Riptide playoffs will start at Harbour Station on Wednesday, May 3rd at 7PM as the Riptide host game one of their best-of-five first round series. The Riptide’s opponent has not yet been confirmed, however if the playoffs were to start today they would face the Island Storm.

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Riptide Fall To Lightning In Offensive Affair

LONDON, ON – The Saint John Riptide continued their five game road trip through the province of Ontario on Wednesday night as they visited Budweiser Gardens to take on the Central Division leading London Lightning. Last time these two teams met Saint John had several players out with suspensions and the Lightning had some injuries, so this was marquee match-up around the league.

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Riptide Win Fifth Straight Over A’s

MONO, ON – The Saint John Riptide continued their five game trek through the province of Ontario on Wednesday night making a stop at the Athlete Institute in Mono to tangle with the Orangeville A’s. Both squads game into this mid-week contest riding win streaks with the A’s having won two straight and the visiting Riptide winners of three in a row.

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Riptide Drown River Lions To Begin Road Trip

ST. CATHARINES, ON – The Saint John Riptide kicked off a five-game, 13 day road trip through the province of Ontario to visit all five central division teams. First on the docket was the Niagara River Lions on Sunday afternoon as newly signed big man Chris Commons was making his Riptide debut in this one against his former team.

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Anderson Goes Off As Riptide Trounce Highlanders

SYDNEY, N.S. – The Saint John Riptide made the long trek down to Cape Breton for a date with the Highlanders on Tuesday night. As he nears 4000 career points and continues to be the NBL Canada’s all-time leading scorer, Anthony Anderson put together another massive performance at Centre 200.

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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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