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Bench ruling: Non-starters help St. John's Edge rally for big road win over Lightning
The St. John’s Edge scored a whopping 74 second-half points to overcome a huge early deficit in beating the London Lightning 109-98 Saturday night in London, Ont. The Lightning entered the game with the best record in the National Basketball ...
After opening-round win, Newfoundland & Labrador prepares for big test at Scotties Tournament of Hearts
Newfoundland and Labrador has just one game today at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women’s curling championship in Moose Jaw, Sask., but it will be a big test for the Erica Curtis rink from St. John’s. Curtis, third Erin ...
Newfoundland Growlers' home-ice win streak comes to an end
The Newfoundland Growlers saw their ECHL record home-ice win streak come to an end Saturday night at Mile One Centre in St. John’s, where they lost 3-1 to the Maine Mariners. It was the Growlers’ first loss at Mile One since ...
Elite gathering: Hall of Fame Cup basketball tournament begins today in St. John's
Sixteen high school basketball teams from across the province begin play today in metro St. John’s in the 2020 Hall of Fame Cup (Elite Eight) tournament. The Holy Heart Highlanders are the No. 1 seeds in both the boys and girls divisions. ...
Friendly foes fighting for first in Newfoundland and Labrador mixed doubles curling championship
Most of the time, Nathan Young and Sam Follett are teammates. Same goes for Sarah Chaytor and Katie Follett. But this week at the Re/Max Centre in St. John’s, they find themselves in opposition to each other and battling for top spot in the ...
Watch the streaking Newfoundland Growlers, toss some underwear and help someone in need
Let’s be honest. There’s a tendency to think of a joke where you hear about people tossing underwear. But there is a very serious need behind the Newfoundland Growlers’ call for their fans to just that at tonight’s ECHL ...
Newfoundland Growlers’ hopes go south … and that’s a good thing
The Newfoundland Growlers have bolstered a thinned-out roster with a couple of players brought in from the Southern Professional Hockey League, and the Growlers have to be hoping the two can make contributions in line with some of the other players ...
St. John's Edge finally get out of town
The St. John’s Edge get in their first road game in nearly six weeks as they take on the KW Titans in National Basketball League of Canada game in Kitchener, Ont., tonight. The Edge (6-6) last played an away contest on Jan. 5, when they ...
Two undefeated teams face each other today in Newfoundland and Labrador mixed doubles curling
Teams whose members include athletes who had recent success nationally and internationally sit at the top of the standings after opening-day play at the 2020 Newfoundland and Labrador mixed doubles curling championship at the Re/Max Centre in St. ...
St. John's Junior Hockey League: CBN wins a third straight game
Braeden Carlson and Ryan Petten each had two goals as the Conception Bay North Stars maintained hopes for a late-season move up the Mary Brown St. John’s Junior Hockey League standings with a 7-2 win over the Avalon Capitals Tuesday night at ...