Profile of Kenn Oliver

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  • Shades of glory

    A picture tells a thousand words, and nowhere is that more true than in sports photography. Images that are captured in moments of guts and glory ...

  • Quickening her canter

    On Jessica Rhinelander's seventh birthday, her mother, Andrea, surprised her with the news that she'd be leasing her a pony named May. She'd ...

  • When getting ready for the stretch, it's no time to be tight

    With a little over a month to go in the Labatt Avalon East senior hockey season, two teams - the C.B.N. CeeBee Stars and the Southern Shore ...

  • Grappling with change

    When competing in front of a crowd of raucous fans, some athletes thrive, feeding off the energy and using it to their advantage. In Marco ...

  • Shore finally breaks through to beat Blades

    For the first forty minutes, Mount Pearl H.J. Bartlett Electric Blades' goaltender Mark Abbott played superman as he turned away 30 of 31 shots ...

  • Harbour Grace after Hockeyville title

    If any community or town in this province were deserving of the moniker of Hockeyville, Joanne Taylor will tell you it's Harbour Grace. It is ...

  • Between the read lines

    Some Newfoundland hockey fans have an insatiable hunger to digest every bit of information they can find on their favourite local team or player. ...

  • Volunteers are a major force in minor hockey

    They are the smiling faces doling out fries with gravy from the canteen. They are the assistant coaches teaching atom-age defencemen how to skate ...

  • Frost puts freeze on Devils

    It took 23 games and Joey Yetman had to "stand on his head," but the Tri-Pen Frost finally slayed the Goliath of the Newfoundland AAA Major ...

  • Power questions timing of resignations

    Softball Newfoundland and Labrador president Lloyd Power says he might have been disappointed to see adult director Ross Crocker and minor ...