Atlantic Division (NBL Canada)

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Atlantic Division
League National Basketball League of Canada
Sport Basketball
Inaugural season 2013–14 NBL Canada season
No. of teams 4
Most recent champion(s) Saint John Mill Rats (2013)
Most titles Summerside Storm & Saint John Mill Rats (1 title)

The Atlantic Division is one of the two divisions in the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC). The division consists of four teams, the Halifax Rainmen, the Island Storm, the Moncton Miracles, and the Saint John Mill Rats. All teams are located in The Maritimes.



The first game in the Atlantic Division of the 2012–13 season began on Friday, November 2, 2012, when the Summerside Storm hosted the Saint John Mill Rats. Unlike the Central Division, the Atlantic teams for the majority for the season were at neck and neck for the division title until Summerside begin to pull ahead of the other teams with a 6 game winning streak.[1] The Storm won the first Atlantic Division title on March 9, 2013 with a 105-100 win over the Oshawa Power.[2]


Following the 2012-13 season, the Montreal Jazz switched divisions from Central to Atlantic but before the season started, the NBL Board of Governors announced that the Montreal Jazz would sit out the 2013-14 NBL Canada season after failing to secure new ownership.[3]


# Atlantic Division
Team W L PCT GB Div GP
1 y-Saint John Mill Rats 23 17 .575 -- 19-11 40
2 Island Storm 22 18 .550 1.0 19-11 40
3 Moncton Miracles 14 26 .350 9.0 13-17 40
4 Halifax Rainmen 11 29 .275 12.0 9-21 40


  • y – Clinched division title
  • x – Clinched playoff spot

Division Winners[edit]

Season Winner Runner-up
2012–13 Summerside Storm Saint John Mill Rats
2013–14 Saint John Mill Rats Island Storm


  1. ^ "Storm gose on 6 game winning streak". NBL Canada. March 9, 2013. Retrieved March 9, 2013. 
  2. ^ "Storm wins Atlantic Divison". NBL Canada. Jan 18, 2013. Retrieved Jan 18, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Montreal Jazz to Sit Out 2013-2014 Season". NBL Canada. August 5, 2013. 

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