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Friday September 4 2015
6:22 AM EDT

First-year North Stars coach looking for players with a willingness to win SIJHL

Gary Wenzel saw plenty of talent skate past him over the weekend, as the Thunder Bay North Stars opened training camp at Fort William First Nation Arena. But there was one skill in particular he was looking for – a willingness to win. Talent’s...

Lakers 12th in CJHL preseason rankings: SIJHL

SIJHL Media Release THUNDER BAY, Ont. – The Canadian Junior Hockey League announced their Pointstreak preseason rankings for the upcoming 2015-16 campaign and one Superior International Junior Hockey League clubs garnered recognition....

MHKY: 2015 Thunderwolves to feature many new faces THUNDERWOLVES

Even the players need a program. With just 17 returnees and 16 new faces taking to the ice Monday as training camp opened at Port Arthur Arena, third-year coach Bill McDonald...

Wolves extend basketball coaching contracts of Kreiner, Furtado THUNDERWOLVES

Jon Kreiner is staying put for at least another five years. The Lakehead Thundewolves women’s basketball coach inked a five-year deal to remain with the team, months...

Irwin shares Olympic experience, knowledge with up-and-coming stars HOCKEY

THUNDER BAY -- Haley Irwin has two gold medals under her belt, but she can still find time to help the next generation of hockey stars take that next step. The Thunder...

Long-ball demonstration goes Wednesday at Chapples GOLF

THUNDER BAY -- Long-ball champion Ryan Gregnol will be putting on a free power-hitting demonstration on Thursday evening at Chapples Golf Course.  The Thunder Bay native will also be giving tips on how to add length to one's tee shot during...

WBKL: Thunderwolves add difference-maker in backcourt THUNDERWOLVES

Jon Kreiner thinks he may have found another difference-maker. On Tuesday the veteran Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s basketball coach announced the team had landed 5-foot-5 point guard Rachel Webber, a native of Ancaster, Ont. who’s...

Schreiber's McParland goes sixth overall in CWHL draft HOCKEY

Schreiber’s Jenna McParland has a new hockey home. The University of Minnesota-Duluth forward on Sunday was the sixth overall pick in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League draft, taken by the Brampton Thunder. The 5-foot-9 McParland...

McCarville to resume competitive curling career, eyes return to Scotties CURLING

THUNDER BAY – Krista McCarville is determined to make a return to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The Thunder Bay curler, who took the past season off from the...

Preds' Hutton ready when needed NHL

Playing behind Vezina Trophy runner-up Pekka Rinne, Thunder Bay’s Carter Hutton didn’t get many opportunities to shine last season in the Nashville Predators net....

Jordan Staal reflects on 2014 pre-season injury and its impacts HOCKEY

Jordan Staal’s 2014-15 season hadn’t yet started and he was already on the sidelines. The Thunder Bay forward, hit by Buffalo’s Josh Gorges in a pre-season...

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