St. John’s, NL — It was a tough first round for your St, John’s Edge and their Round 2 opponent, the KW Titans. Both teams have their share of nagging injuries and some players who are questionable for the beginning of Round 2. We will preview this Best 4 of 7 match-up for you by first looking at the season series, then briefly recapping round one for each team. We will finish up with some key factors to the series and what fans can expect to see from both the Edge and Titans.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge were in the biggest battle they would face all season on Sunday afternoon at Mie One Centre. After 5 hard fought games, the Edge pulled out the win by a score of 101-92 and will now move on to Round 2 of the NBL Canada Playoffs.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge were fighting for their season on Friday night in Sudbury, with their backs against the wall and a short bench, the Edge pulled off the Game 4 victory by a score of 107-104 and now force a fifth and deciding game in St. John’s on Sunday afternoon.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge faced off against the Sudbury Five in the first game of their best three of five first round match-up. The Edge hold the #2 seed in the Central Division while the Five sit in the #3 position, pitting these two high powered offences against each other in round one.
St. John’s, NL — The Official St. John’s Edge 2019 Playoff Preview for Round 1 is here. We will break down the series by looking at the games played between the two teams, the key players on both sides, and how much of a factor home court advantage will be in this best 3 of 5 series.
St. John’s, NL — In this week’s edition of the Insider, we recap the last two regular season games of 2018-19. We will then set you up with a playoff preview with our opponent still to be determined. Following our preview, we dive into the first part of our Top Moments series, this week featuring the arrival of the 7’2” Satnam Singh. Wrapping things up with some info about upcoming events and information on how to get your playoff tickets.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge faced the Island Storm in their regular season finale on Sunday afternoon at Mile One Centre. With this game meaning a lot for the Edge in terms of positioning in the playoffs, they put together a complete game and defeated the Island Storm in overtime, 121-116.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge have announced today that Head Coach Doug Plumb has stepped down as Head Coach of the team as he has pursued and accepted another opportunity in his home province of British Columbia.
St. John’s, NL – The St. John’s Edge came into this one looking to complete the season sweep against the Cape Breton Highlanders. The Edge had defeated the Highlanders three times on the road and were coming off of a win over them at Mile One Centre on Sunday afternoon. This one was no different as the Edge would go on to defeat Cape Breton by a score of 105-92.
St. John’s, NL – The St. John’s Edge kicked off their 8-game homestand this afternoon at Mile One Centre against the Cape Breton Highlanders. As they had done, three times previous, the Edge were victorious in this one by a score of 105-84.
St. John’s, NL – The St. John’s Edge announced today that they have signed Kitchener, ON native, Murphy Burnatowski as the Inactive Reserve replacement for Diego Kapelan (Inactive – Mexican LNB Professional League).
St. John’s, NL — On Sunday afternoon the St. John’s Edge completed a two-game series against the Windsor Express at Mile One Centre. After the Edge took the first one in comeback fashion, they did the same thing on Sunday in front of 4,584 fans, defeating Windsor by a score of 115-107.
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge faced the Windsor Express in a hard-fought battle on Friday night at Mile One Centre. The Edge battled all game to claim their first lead of the game late and would hold on for the 97-90 win in front of 4,151 fans
St. John’s, NL — The St. John’s Edge announced today that following an MRI on his non-shooting hand, Carl English will need to undergo surgery on Friday to repair a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his thumb.