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St. John's Edge get even with Lightning
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Kaetlyn Osmond offering advice to Corner Brook figure skaters
Olympic medalist Kaetlyn Osmond had a captive audience as she took to the ice at the Corner Brook Civic Centre with members of the Silver Blades Skating Club on Friday morning. As Osmond watched the skaters demonstrated jumps, spins and turns ...
St. John's Edge go to great depths to even series with Lightning
The St. John’s Edge used contributions from their reserves — and not just players — as they downed the London Lightning 112-104 Thursday night to tie their best-of-seven National Basketball League of Canada playoff series at ...
Extra, extra tough: St. John's Edge lose Game 1 against Lightning in double overtime
Double overtime in London was doubly tough for the St. John’s Edge Tuesday night. In what was quickly dubbed a playoff classic, the defending champion London Lightning defeated the visiting Edge 140-133 in the opening game of their National ...
Town of Marystown announces scholarship for skating club
MARYSTOWN, NL — The Town of Marystown announced it is creating a $1,000 scholarship in honour of Kaetlyn Osmond. Mayor Sam Synard made the announcement during a social for the world figure skating champion and three-time Olympic ...
St. John's Edge looking to earn some of the champions’ swagger
The London Lightning have what the St. John’s Edge want. And it’s not just a National Basketball League of Canada title “When they step onto the floor, they’re going to have a swagger,” said St. John’s head ...
Extended playoff trip shouldn’t hamper road-tested St. John's Edge, says Dunlap
It’s been six days since the St. John’s Edge finished off the Windsor Express in Game 3 of their first-round National Basketball League of Canada series and head coach Jeff Dunlap says his team “is anxious to get going” as ...
Softball Newfoundland and Labrador hands out its annual awards
Softball NL’s 2017 awards presentations were held over the weekend at Glendenning Golf in St. John’s. Here are the award winners: Umpire of the Year Kearney O’Keefe, Shea Heights Len King Memorial Award (Junior ...
No shocker: Lightning will be St. John's Edge’s next opponent
It’s not a David versus Goliath matchup. Actually, their records would suggest there is probably little to choose when it comes to comparing the strength of their respective rosters. The disparity is in their history. The London Lightning ...
ROBIN SHORT: When Cobra struck N.L., it was good for CeeBees
Gary Simmons remembers sitting in his parents’ house in Lethbridge, in the midst of a hot Alberta summer, looking at his shiny new police badge and the gun he’d just been issued. When the phone rang. He remembers it because it was ...
The Telegram's Athlete of the Week
Minor hockey player Ryan Greene is The Telegram sports department’s choice as athlete of the week. Greene helped the Tricom Thunder win the Atlantic AAA bantam hockey championship last weekend, in thrilling fashion at Jack Byrne Arena in ...