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Amherst figure skaters return from Bathurst
Memorial Sea-Hawks men's basketball team puts on an exhibition in Montreal
Gravel backstops Mooseheads to fifth straight win
Atlantic Breeders Crown championships in the books
Mooseheads drop Foreurs 6-2, extend winning streak to four games
Feildians maintain hopes of national title for N.L. by blanking Holy Cross in Jubilee Trophy play
If you are waving the colours for Newfoundland and Labrador’s gold-medal hopes at the Toyota Canadian senior soccer championships, then your flag should probably be blue. The Feildians Greensleeves Double Blues added to their impressive ...
Kelly brothers will be part of Newfoundland Growlers’ banner night
Fans of the Newfoundland Growlers will be seeing double tonight at Mile One Centre in St. John’s. No, we’re not suggesting it will be because they’ll be doing too much celebrating as the Growlers raise their ECHL championship ...
Sea Dogs make Mooseheads work for win
Unlike last season, games between the Halifax Mooseheads and Saint John Sea Dogs aren't mismatches anymore. The steadily improving Sea Dogs are a step better than they were a year ago and the Mooseheads don't have the depth from when they ...
Volunteer burnout, lack of cash keeping Windsor Royals off the ice this season
It will be a fundraising year for the Royals. The Windsor Royals Junior C club is taking a one-year hiatus. Formerly known as the Avon River Rats, the team rebranded last season with a new logo and all new gear. This year, the team requested a ...
Former CFL kicker Palardy going into Colchester County Sports Hall of Fame
TRURO, N.S. – New members will be enshrined into the Colchester County Sports Hall of Fame this fall. They include Dennis Peterson, Justin Palardy, Denise Caughey and the 2002 Truro Bearcats senior baseball team. The induction ceremony will be ...
St. John's Edge will experience Magic as they tip off a new season
The St. John’s Edge will open up their 2019-20 National Basketball League of Canada season on the road in a rematch of the most recent league final. The Edge take on the defending champion Moncton Magic Dec. 27 in what is the first game of ...
National soccer championships: Feildians women fashion Newfoundland's best opening-day result
It might be expected that most local soccer fans have put a greater part of their hopes for success this week’s national senior tournaments in the teams wearing the red and gold of Holy Cross. After all, they are the reigning Newfoundland ...
HFX Wanderers tie Pacific FC in home finale
It was farewell night at the Wanderers Grounds on Wednesday. Nova Scotia's professional soccer team, HFX Wanderers FC, played its final home game of the inaugural Canadian Premier League season in front of a nearly full house. Unfortunately ...
Northside Sports Hall of Fame inductions to be held on Saturday
Three athletes, two teams and one builder will be inducted into the Northside Sports Hall of Fame this weekend. Matt Batherson, Barry Harrietha, Keith Harrietha, Walter Stewart, the Mary Naddaf curling rink, and the 1973 Sydney Mines Colts bantam ...
New Minas man gets call from all-time favourite NHL player
Chris Wood never dreamed he would connect with one of his hockey heroes someday. As many Valley youth do, Wood grew up playing hockey and had one particular player he idolized. For him, it was Todd Gill. The stalwart defender played for ...