Letter: The malevolent history of the world ‘Newfie’
PHOTOS: Bastille Day in St. Pierre
St. John’s Farmers’ Market expands schedule to two days a week
New Regatta men's championship race trophy unveiled
Brian Jones: Cold War II is exactly what the world needs
Go Guide for Saturday, July 21-27: Community events in and around St. ...
Vehicles impounded under new Newfoundland and Labrador speed law
Building a new prison will not solve Newfoundland and Labrador's justice system ...
Disabled woman on Bell Island ferry slips, hits head
John Snowden hired as Newfoundland Growlers' assistant coach
Newfoundland Growlers already have plenty of players, we just don’t know their names
Newfoundland's Darren Langdon revisits his other favourite island
Another big weekend for ball hockey in the St. John's metro area
Newfoundland Growlers make a Power connection
Newfoundland Growlers close to announcing their first player signing
Labrador West teens back from World Under 16 Ball Hockey tournament
LABRADOR CITY, N.L. — For many young athletes, it’s a thrill to visit another province to take part in a competition, but for 15-year-old Brody Chatman of Labrador City, the most recent tournament was held in the Czech ...
Western bantam AAA squad returns after one-year hiatus
The importance of having a Western representative in the provincial bantam AAA hockey league isn’t just about wins and losses for new coach Brad Penney. Sure, one of the major goals is to teach players skills that would allow them to reach a ...
Canada going straight to U18 gold-medal game at world junior ball hockey championships in Mount Pearl
Jade Kennett scored 2:28 into overtime as Canada earned a berth in the under-18 gold-medal final with a 3-2 win over the Czech Republic at the world junior ball hockey championship Friday in Mount Pearl. Canada still has one preliminary-round game ...
Coach Jamie Brake back behind the bench of Western minor midget club
There was a time earlier this spring when it looked like Jamie Brake would take the next logical step in his minor hockey coaching career. Brake had just guided the Western Knights of the provincial minor midget hockey league to a first-place ...
World ball hockey championships get rolling in Mount Pearl
Canadian teams posted decisive victories Wednesday, the first day of play at the 2018 world junior ball hockey championships at the Glacier in Mount Pearl. The Canadian men’s U18 team, looking to defend the world title it won in 2016 ...
They’ll be on the go at the Mount Pearl Glacier as world junior ball hockey championships begin
In ball hockey, the blueline floats. Not much else does. The 2018 world junior ball hockey championships begin today at the Glacier in Mount Pearl, where seven countries will be represented in the chase for titles in under-18 and under-20 ...
St. John's native Zach O’Brien signed by Maple Leafs’ farm team (the other one)
On the same day as Ryane Clowe was officially introduced as the ECHL’s Newfoundland Growlers new head coach, another Newfoundlander was added to the Toronto Maple Leafs’ minor-league system. St. John’s native Zach O’Brien ...
Ryane Clowe's all in with the Newfoundland Growlers
Ryane Clowe had to prove it wasn’t some sort of a lark, that he really wanted the job. The 35-year-old Fermeuse native was being considered by the Toronto Maple Leafs as the head coach of the Newfoundland Growlers, the Maple Leafs’ ...
Ryane Clowe brings healthy attitude to his job with Newfoundland Growlers
Two--and-a-half years ago, Ryane Clowe’s world was rocked. On Nov. 16, 2015 in St. Louis, Clowe, then 32, played what would be his last National Hockey League game. Injuries, more specifically concussions, had demanded their toll, ...
Former St. John's IceCaps on the move as free agency begins
A number of former members of the St. John’s IceCaps were among those changing teams on Sunday, the first day of National Hockey League free agency. Forward Chris Terry, who led the American Hockey League in scoring with the Montreal ...