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Nipigon rolls to home opener win

Oct. 8 – A five-goal second period proved pivotal as the Nipigon Elks rolled over the Screaming Eagles 10-2 Friday in their Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League home opener at the Nipigon Community Centre.

Wolves easily defeat host UNB

In their first game of the Eric Garland tournament in Fredericton, N.B. on Friday, the Lakehead Thunderwolves handily defeated the host UNB Varsity Reds 80-62.

Van Elburg leads Trojans to football win

It was the Devin Van Elburg show on Friday. The Sir Winston Churchill quarterback tossed two touchdowns through the air and scored another on the ground, leading the Trojans to a 27-7 over winless Superior Collegiate in senior boys football play.

Stars storm back, slam Lakers

Spencer Hogan scored twice late in the third period to erase a 2-1 Fort Frances lead, as the Fort William North Stars came from behind to score a 4-2 victory Friday night in Superior International Junior Hockey League play.
Penalties kill Wolves

Penalties kill Wolves

The Lakehead Thunderwolves lost a pair of early games to Waterloo last season and it cost them top spot in the OUA West. It very may well cost them again.

Thunderwolves' hockey chemists hope to repeat results

Matt Caria, Ryan McDonald and Adam Sergerie were a three-man wrecking crew last weekend.

Hawks double Stars

Sean Cunninghame fired a hat-trick and dished out three assists to help lead the Northern Hawks past the Jr. B Stars Thursday evening in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at the Tournament Centre.

St. Pat's blanks Superior on gridiron

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Parent dealt to Vancouver

Parent dealt to Vancouver

VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks acquired Sioux Lookout defenceman Ryan Parent and forward Jonas Andersson from the Nashville Predators for defenceman Shane O'Brien and forward Dan Gendur on Tuesday.
New attitude

New attitude

Matt Veal promises excitement. The local mixed martial artist, who fights at 145 pounds, says if nothing else people should expect to see an exciting bout when he steps into the cage at the Winnipeg Convention Centre on Friday, Oct. 8.