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MAKING WAVES: MOOSEHEAD RALLIES COMMUNITY

Hoping to give ‘home court advantage’ new meaning, Moosehead Breweries have joined forces with the Saint John Riptide to give away 3,900 tickets to tomorrow night’s home game, a pivotal playoff game against the Moncton Magic. “We’re going to pack Harbour Station to the rafters,” said Patrick Oland, Chief Financial Officer, Moosehead Breweries. “At Moosehead,…

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Tip-in lifts Riptide to victory and into the playoffs

SAINT JOHN –  A tip-in by Bryce Washington as time expired secured a win and a playoff spot for the Saint John Riptide Thursday. Trailing 83-82, Washington’s put back off a T.J. Maston shot gave the ‘Tide an 84-83 victory over the Storm in National Basketball League of Canada action at Harbour Station. The win…

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Irish eyes smile on Riptide in win over St. John’s

ST. JOHN’S N.L. –  In a battle of two of Canada’s most Irish cities, the Saint John Riptide prevailed, downing the St. John’s Edge 96-87 in National Basketball League of Canada St. Patrick’s Day action. The Riptide landed on The Rock over the weekend and rolled to a two-game sweep of the Edge, including an…

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Late comeback falls short as ‘Tide drop close one to Titans

SAINT JOHN – A furious late comeback fell just short Saturday night, as the Saint John Riptide dropped a 99-94 decision to the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans in National Basketball League of Canada action at Harbour Station. Trailing by 12 with five minutes left, Saint John trimmed the lead to two with 40 seconds remaining but could…

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Riptide treated to hair-raising win over Moncton

SAINT JOHN – Fans witnessed a rare basketball double-double at Harbour Station Friday night, a close shave and a resounding victory. On a night when Mayor Don Darling had his head shaved in front of 5,000 fans, the Saint John Riptide cruised to a 96-76 win over the Moncton Magic in National Basketball League of…

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Riptide put pedal to the metal, downing Highlanders by 24

SAINT JOHN – The Saint John Riptide moved within 2 ½ games of Cape Breton in the standings Sunday, downing the Highlanders 111-87 in National Basketball League of Canada action at Harbour Station.       After trailing by five points early in the first quarter, the Riptide turned it on and never looked back, leading by as…

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