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  • Short bench for a tall order

    The Flyers have just two wins in 10 games in the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League heading into weekend play when they will take on the Mount ...

  • Need for a review of priorities

    “The situation in St John’s isn’t desperate if the goal is to maintain the minimum standard,” he said.The Aquarena, situated on the Memorial ...

  • Desperate need for track facilities

    The planned four-lane, 335-metre track with a six-lane 100-metre stretch, along with a long jump pit and a shot put circle, would also include a ...

  • The fight to keep the ice time

    Tyler said he and his pals are among a growing group of rec hockey players “who are being frozen out of convenient ice time” at local ...

  • Column: Keeping up with the Capers

    In overall wins and loses, MUN’s varsity teams are 12-36 since the start of their seasons through to the Christmas break. The win-loss breakdown ...

  • A season to remember

    It was a talent-laden squad, but it soon became obvious it was a team of destiny, especially after one the highest scoring games anyone can ...

  • Consistent Cataract

    The six-foot, 190 pounder from Botwood, who plays for the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts of the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League (NSHL), is off ...

  • Aiming high

    As part of this program, Taylor will receive $15,000 over the next three years, mentorship from former Olympic medalists, athlete workshops and ...

  • Column: Some coaches should stick to writing about the games

    I was prepared to tear up, expecting Hickman to confirm I was the inspiration that led him to become a great coach.Instead, he told the ...

  • Lady Hawks

    “I like to keep the pace of the game up and keep the girls running and everyone motivated,” said Ezekiel, who netted 14 points Sunday with six ...