The Telegram/Central Voice Fan’s Choice Entertainer of the Year award
UPDATED: Big winners in Newfoundland
Increased pest control measures in place to address rodent concerns at ...
Joan Sullivan: The surprisingly intricate life of Liza Brown
Community events in and around St. John's, Saturday, September 22 to Tuesday, ...
Paul Smith: A rough Saturday in the woods
St. John’s break-in lands man in court
Teen arrested with stolen vehicle in St. John’s
Bruce Mactavish: A bird show at the manure pile
Newfoundland Growlers sign their first goalie
Updated: Looks like Zach O’Brien won’t be drawn to the Flames for training camp
Newfoundlander Liam Hickey comes to Canada's defence
‘Too many positive things not to sign here,' says newest Newfoundlander Growler Adam Pardy
Multi-impact signing: Growlers add NHL experience, another Newfoundlander and potential captain in Adam Pardy
Newfoundland's Snow felt good on the ice this summer
McKim suiting up for BCHL Eagles
Alex Newhook and Zach Rose aren’t the only players from Newfoundland and Labrador who have gone from coast to coast playing hockey. Matt McKim has just started his first season with the British Columbia Hockey League’s Surrey ...
Happy as a Grizzly, Newhook looking forward to soaring like an Eagle
It was a “super hard decision”, but Alex Newhook, a consensus first-round pick in next summer’s NHL Draft, isn’t looking back on his choice to play junior A hockey over major junior this season. The 17-year-old product of ...
Off-season shoulder surgery sidelines Rose
This is a big year for Zach Rose as he prepares for his final season of junior A hockey in Canada before heading off to college in the United States, but the goaltender from Paradise will have to wait a while before he starts facing shots. Rose, ...
Eleven from this province on QMJHL opening-day rosters
The 2018-19 Quebec Major Junior Hockey League season opened last night with the defending champion Acadie-Bathurst Titan playing host to the Moncton Wildcats. The season kicks into high gear tonight with seven games on the schedule. There are ...
Port au Port native Trent Gaudon embracing chance to wear the Maple Leaf again
Trent Gaudon has a Team Canada jersey and a bronze medal tucked away in a trophy case in his home. The 40-year-old Port au Port native was pretty pumped when he helped Team Canada win that bronze medal with Team Canada in the Masters division at ...
Western AAA Peewee Kings back on the ice with a clean slate
The start of a new hockey season at any level always brings with it eternal optimism — the belief that every team is a contender. Even if that team has won just once in the past two years. The Western Kings of the Newfoundland and ...
McGrath calls it quits after QMJHL release
Former Cape Breton Screaming Eagles forward Kyle McGrath has decided to retire from hockey. The 19-year-old, who was released by the Screaming Eagles on Aug. 27, announced the news on his Instagram account. “After a stressful and ...
CeeBees back in the game
Twelve months after an involuntary leave of absence, the Conception Bay CeeBees are back in business, one of four teams slated to enter play in the Central West Senior Hockey League this season. But while they’re satisfied to be back in the ...
Around the Q: It's that time of year: hockey is back
SYDNEY, N.S. — Year 50 for the QMJHL will be a special one, as for the first time in four seasons the league will host the Memorial Cup. While defending Memorial Cup champion Bathurst has begun rebuilding, it's a certainty the Maritimes ...
Western Warriors AAA bantam coach Robert Major hoping to salvage game of hockey for his girls
Robert Major has coached a group of female hockey players from western for the past three years and has enjoyed watching them have fun and compete with the best the province has to offer in the AAA female bantam hockey league. He has hopes there ...