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Auld signs with Habs

Thunder Bay goaltender Alex Auld has a new home. The 29-year-old signed a one-year deal Thursday to back up starter Carey Price. Auld split last season between the Dallas Stars and the New York Rangers.

Paterson, Swartzendruber lead Chill again

There’s something about long road trips in mid-season that appeals to the Thunder Bay Chill.
Cats bats go silent

Cats bats go silent

The Border Cats wanted to get Corey Pappel an inning or so of work before his scheduled Friday start.

Cumming out to defend District Open title

Defending champion Robert Cumming this weekend will be looking to add to the six career majors he’s captured over the years as the tournament golf season kicks into high gear with the season’s first major tournament.
Lunker clunker

Lunker clunker

The Border Cats bats have come alive, but on Tuesday their pitching left a lot to be desired.
Sharp to bring Stanley Cup home July 10

Sharp to bring Stanley Cup home July 10

The Stanley Cup is coming to Thunder Bay on July 10. Patrick Sharp on Tuesday confirmed the date with Dougall Media, though he’s keeping his plans for the trophy quiet for now.

Border Cats make lineup adjustments

The Border Cats have made a few more tweaks to the lineup as they head down the first-half stretch.

Pyatt to remain in Montreal

It appears Tom Pyatt will call Montreal home for at least the next year. The Thunder Bay-born forward has inked a one-way, one-year $500,000 deal with the Canadiens. He was slated to become a restricted free agent on Thursday.

Cats split in Willmar, fall four back

Tanner Nivins hit a pair of homeruns and drove in three on Sunday to lead the Thunder Bay Border Cats to a 5-2 win over the Willmar Stingers in the opener of a twi-night doubleheader.

Swartzendruber's early goal leads Chill to win

Brandon Swartzendruber and Gustavo Oliveira were brought back to Thunder Bay to beef up the Chill offence. So far they’ve delivered.