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The Comic King of Bonavista Bay
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Drone video shows SS Kyle falling apart after 50 years aground
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Locals suiting up at World U17 Hockey Challenge
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Tricky stick work earns Grand Falls-Windsor youth spot in nationals
At just 10-years-old, he was the youngest participant in the Rogers Hometown Hockey Trick Shot Contest during the Hometown Hockey event in Grand Falls-Windsor in October, but he proved age is just a number. His mom, Cindy, signed him up for the ...
Nova Scotia boy invited on Carolina Hurricanes team bus after watching NHL game
He met an entire team – on its bus no less. Caiden Chambers watched the warmup for the game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre March 23. Chambers was wearing his Atom team’s sweater that ...
CeeBees sweep HNL senior awards
CeeBees’ goaltender A.J. Whiffen was presented with both the Gus Soper Memorial (MVP) and President’s (top netminder), while Matthew Thomey received the S.E. Tuma Memorial Award as top scorer in the provincial senior ranks. The CeeBees, the Avalon ...
CeeBees get even with Caribous in Herder final
he two teams in the series — the Clarenville Ford Caribous and Harbour Grace Ocean Enterprises CeeBee Stars — both had to dig deep to overcome obstacles on the opening weekend of the series. The Avalon East Senior Hockey League champion CeeBees, ...
St. John's Junior Hockey League will make up for lost time
There will be no easing back into the schedule for teams in the St. John’s Junior Hockey League. The SJJHL ends what will almost be a three-week holiday break this weekend with eight games — each of the league’s eight teams playing two games — ...
Senior hockey return to west coast gaining steam as key players roll up sleeves
The vice-president senior council attended a meeting with representatives from four west coast centres eager to bring hockey back. Brake came away from the meeting with optimism after seeing Corner Brook, Stephenville and Port aux Basques indicate ...