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Dual-sport star Keating has Olympic hockey and LPGA dreams

Dual-sport star Keating has Olympic hockey and LPGA dreams

Shattuck-St. Mary's student may eventually have to choose one sport at the collegiate level, but for now sees no reason why she can't play both in Division 1.
Staal excited to join Cup-contending Panthers

Staal excited to join Cup-contending Panthers

Veteran defenceman said he and his brothers were wrapping up a round of golf at Pebble Beach when the deal went down.
Kirk finishes 8th at Ontario Amateur

Kirk finishes 8th at Ontario Amateur

Thunder Bay golfer earned a berth at the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship next month in Vancouver.
Chill finish season down a man, but with a comeback win

Chill finish season down a man, but with a comeback win

Thunder Bay captain Mattea Rolli notched the first goal of his career late in Saturday's season finale, giving the Chill an improbably 2-1 win over visiting FC Manitoba.
Chill loss ends team's playoff hopes

Chill loss ends team's playoff hopes

Thunder Bay needed at least four points in two games against FC Manitoba this weekend, but came out on the wrong end of a 3-1 score.
Kirk slides back at Ontario Men's Amateur

Kirk slides back at Ontario Men's Amateur

A 10-over 81 in the third round on Thursday derailed Thunder Bay golfer's chances at a provincial title.
Staal brothers sign with Panthers

Staal brothers sign with Panthers

Eric, Marc Staal reunited in Florida after signing identical one-year, $750,000 contracts, Marc's guaranteed and Eric's a professional tryout agreement.
Murray says he's got something to prove in Toronto

Murray says he's got something to prove in Toronto

Thunder Bay goaltender says the Leafs were his favourite team growing up, adding he and his late father used to watch their games together.
T-Wolves volleyball campaign kicks off on Nov. 4

T-Wolves volleyball campaign kicks off on Nov. 4

Lakehead's first home game will be Nov. 11 against Waterloo.
Norskies bow out of SIJHL

Norskies bow out of SIJHL

After suspending operations last season, the team's co-owner says Thief River Falls is no longer affiliated with the SIJHL and will look to bring a different brand of hockey to the community in 2023-24.
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