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ROBIN SHORT: St. John's boxer tosses his gloves into the college ring
Two years ago, at the Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alta., St. John’s boxer Seamus O’Brien suffered a devastating defeat in the 81-kilogram bronze-medal bout. Bitterly disappointed, O’Brien made a promise to himself to use the ...
New worlds of opportunity await St. John’s skip Brad Gushue
Brad Gushue says he and Kerri Einarson were “flying by the seat of their pants” during the Home Hardware Canadian mixed doubles curling championship, which concluded Thursday night in Calgary. That may be so, but now Gushue and ...
'Little in stature, huge in heart': tributes continue to pour in for Shannon Coady, whose smile made him one of the faces of the AHL in St. John's
Tributes continue to pour in for Shannon 'Shaq' Coady, the longtime and beloved member of training staffs for St. John's American Hockey League teams who died earlier this week. Such was Coady's widespread and enduring impact on ...
Former St. John's Maple Leafs, IceCaps equipment manager dies
One of the most recognizable faces from the St. John’s Maple Leafs and St. John’s IceCaps during their combined run of 21 American Hockey League seasons died this week. St. John’s native Shannon Coady was the long-time equipment ...
If he and Kerri Einarson win twice today, Brad Gushue of St. John's will earn yet another Canadian curling crown
Brad Gushue of St. John’s and Kerri Einarson of Manitoba will play in Thursday’s semifinal game at the Home Hardware Canadian mixed doubles championship in Calgary. Einarson and Gushue defeated Laura Walker of Alberta and Kirk Muyres ...
Playing it slowly: sports in Newfoundland and Labrador making gradual return in Alert Level 2
Wednesday’s announcement from the province’s Chief Medical Officer of Heath Dr. Janice Fitzgerald that Newfoundland and Labrador is moving to Alert Level 2 has essentially moved sport and recreation back to the point of where it was ...
No Good Deeds Cup, but Mount Pearl City Tire Blues are still big winners: coach
The players on the Mount Pearl City Tire Blues, an Under-13 house league hockey team, may have come up a bit short in the final voting for the 2021 Chevrolet Good Deeds Cup charity competition, and the big trophy that comes with it, but coach Brad ...
Brad Gushue will play in Canadian mixed doubles playoffs; likely won't be the only Newfoundland curler advancing
There are still three preliminary-round draws remaining to be played today, but Brad Gushue of St. John’s and partner Kerri Einarson are already assured of being among the 12 teams that will advance to the next stage of the Home Hardware ...
This Bishop from St. John's has been effective in Ottawa
For someone who was supposed to be in the minors for most of the season, Clark Bishop has been a tidy addition to the NHL's Ottawa Senators. Barring any lineup changes, Bishop was to make his fifth straight start for the Sens Monday night in ...
Gushue and Einarson move closer to playoff berth at Canadian mixed doubles curling championship
Teams with Newfoundland and Labrador representation all remain in the hunt for playoff positions going into the final two days of preliminary-round games at the Home Hardware Canadian mixed doubles curling championship in Calgary. Brad Gushue of ...