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  • N.L.’s Hounds let loose in Prince George

    “It’s pretty small,” Smallwood, a product of the St. John’s minor hockey system, says of the town. “You can probably walk from one end to the ...

  • Man on the move

    “I really like the combination of the two (parts of the sport), but it is frustrating to not do well in both,” he says. “I think I put a bit of ...

  • Not half bad

    The one clear exception was the girls’ hockey squad, which won five of its six games. Still, the team was forced to settle for ninth place under ...

  • She plays a strong away game

    Through six games, the 14-year-old was the tournament’s leading scorer with 18 points on seven goals and 11 assists while playing on N.L.’s top ...

  • Boyd-Porter ultra-stoked to try something new

    “I might try an actual marathon, but I really don’t like the pavement,” says the extreme athlete from St. John’s. “I also want to do a real ultra ...

  • Shoot! Gone from the Canada Games

    “There was a plan that one sport was going to be dropped in 2019, depending on the host city. It was either going to be archery or target ...

  • Supporting cast critical for shooters

    “You’re just seeing the tip of the iceberg here,” says Woolridge, identifying former Games athlete and 2003 bronze medalist Laurie Hearn, and ...

  • There's a bright future for Snow on ice

    The soft-spoken Snow might be the youngest player on Team Newfoundland and Labrador’s girls’ hockey team at the Canada Winter Games in Prince ...

  • They were dressed to the nines, but it was -26

    It was 1967, the very first Canada Winter Games, and O’Brien was part of the province’s men’s basketball team. “We went with blazers, grey ...

  • Marsh strikes gold again

    "I didn't even know I had won until, out of the corner of my eye, I saw my coach (Dave Woolridge) do a fist pump," an overjoyed Marsh told the ...