Profile of Kenn Oliver

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  • A chip off the old block(er)

    Roger Kennedy left an indelible mark on senior hockey in this province, and not just on the faces of his countless combatants. The aggressive, ...

  • Poppa would be proud

    Kelly and Cory Schuh's grandfather Steve Myers, a native of Bell Island, never curled a day in his life, but he still was a fervent fan of the ...

  • Cunninghams carrying on a family tradition

    It's an annual rite of winter: a Cunningham representing Newfoundland and Labrador at a national curling event. Every year since 1984, a member ...

  • Russell heads to nationals with confidence

    It's been a season of firsts for Joey Russell. In November, he competed in the HomeSense Skate Canada International, his first International ...

  • 'Drag racing for dogs'

    There are a lot of ways to give your dog the exercise it needs. Some people walk or run with their dogs religiously. Others use an enclosed ...

  • Devereaux and company glad to be back in the hack

    When a team or athlete is riding a wave of success, the last thing one would expect is for them to take a two-year break. But that's just what ...

  • Strong goes for title No. 10

    If you have captured nine provincial championships, you'd have problems keeping them all straight too. "We're supposed to take things one game ...

  • This stopper helps make Caps a going concern

    If you have never heard of Shane Collins, don't worry, you're not alone. Until late last season, the St. John's Toyota Plaza Caps goaltender was ...

  • Lindstrom making adjustments in his first season with Fog Devils

    Nicklas Lindstrom figures people mispronounce his surname nine out of 10 times. But when a mere vowel separates your name from that of the best ...

  • Ein Torhüter in Deutschland

    Canadians are credited with igniting a passion for hockey in many parts of Germany. During the Korean War of the 1950s, Canadian soldiers ...