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Tuesday February 9 2016
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Can-Am Police-Fire Games will be largest sporting event in city since '81 Canada Games SPORTS

THUNDER BAY -- The city's largest sporting event in more than 30 years is looking for volunteers. With more than 1,000 participants expected, organizers with the 2016 Can-Am Police-Fire Games say the eight-day event in July will likely be...

Lakers’ Robertson named Amyotte’s Awards & Promotions player of the week SIJHL

THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Monday that Fort Frances Lakers forward Dylan Robertson has been named the Amyotte’s...

Von Miller named Super Bowl MVP NFL

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Von Miller was second−to−none in the Super Bowl. Five years after being drafted No. 2 behind Cam Newton, Denver linebacker Miller harassed Carolina’s quarterback from start to finish Sunday, forcing...

Ineligible player means Ice Dogs forced to forfeit Friday night's shootout win SIJHL

The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Sunday that SIJHL game No. 104 played on Friday, Feb. 5, between the Dryden GM Ice Dogs and Thunder Bay North Stars, has been forfeited by Dryden due to the use of an ineligible player. The...

Bantam Queens fall in semifinal at Minnesota tournament QUEENS

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – The Thunder Bay RBC Dominion Securities bantam AA Queens fell just short of a semifinal berth at the Prelude to the Playoffs tournament in Eden Prairie, Minn., despite a pair of victories Saturday. Thunder Bay began...

MHKY: Ainsworth nets OT winner for Thunderwolves THUNDERWOLVES HOCKEY

GUELPH, Ont. -- Kelin Ainsworth was the overtime hero for the Lakehead Thunderwolves. The fourth-year forward, who could wrap up his LU career next weekend, scored 2:50 into the extra period on Saturday night to deliver a 2-1 win over the host...

MBB: Singh drops 36 to end Lakehead's three-game winning streak THUNDERWOLVES

KINGSTON, Ont. -- Sukhpreet Singh was just too much for the Lakehead Thunderwolves to handle. The second-leading scorer in OUA men’s basketball torched the Wolves for 36 points on Saturday night, leading the Queen’s Golden Gaels to...

Ice Dogs build huge lead, coast to 7-2 win over North Stars SIJHL

THUNDER BAY -- There’s no love lost between the Dryden Ice Dogs and Thunder Bay North Stars. And it was evident on Saturday night at Fort William Gardens. With...

WBB: Thunderwolves go down to defeat against Queen's THUNDERWOLVES

KINGSTON, Ont. -- The Lakehead Thunderwolves will have to settle for a weekend split in southern Ontario. Katelyn Andrea scored 17 points and Jerika Baldin added 13 points and eight assists, but it wasn’t enough to combat the host Queen’s...

Somppi captures 15K skate race at Eastern Canadian Championships SKIING

CANTLEY, Que. -- Thunder Bay skier Michael Somppi is back on top of the podium. Somppi on Saturday outpaced the field in the 15-kiloemtre skate race at the Eastern Canadian Championships in Cantley, Que, crossing the line in 34:45.-1, about 25...

NDC-Thunder Bay's White captures junior sprint race SKIING

Sadie White was golden on Friday. The National Development Centre-Thunder Bay skier crossed the line first in the junior 1.4-kiloemtre sprint race at the Eastern Canadian Championshops in Cantley, Que. White, a native of Thunder Bay, was...

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