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Wolves face high-stakes weekend

Wolves face high-stakes weekend

It’s a make-or-break weekend for the Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s hockey team.

Whitley earns player of week honours

For the third time this season former Lakehead Thunderwolves goaltender Chris Whitley has been named the Central Hockey League player of the week. Whitley, a rookie with the Allen Americans, won three times in three starts, posting a 1.

Volleyball squad falls again

The OUA’s best team proved their might, Sunday afternoon, as the Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team lost 3-0 to the McMaster Marauders at Burridge Gym in Hamilton, Ontario. Set scores were 25-13, 25-16 and 25-21.

Moir blanks Golden Hawks

Dan Speer scored a pair of third-period goals on Sunday and Kyle Moir stopped all 26 shots he faced as the Lakehead Thunderwolves won their second straight road contest, defeating division rival Laurier 4-0.

Stars blank Flyers

After losing on Friday night for just the third time this season, the Fort William North Stars rebounded nicely on Saturday, blanking the Sioux Lookout Flyers 5-0.
Slow start, strong finish

Slow start, strong finish

It’s not often a team goes the equivalent of an entire quarter of basketball without scoring and winds up winning the game. Rarer still is a 31-point margin of victory.

Caria nets winner in Wolves win

Scott Dobben and Matt Caria scored third period goals on Saturday night, dashing any dreams the host Brock Badgers had at being double giant killers this weekend.
Missed opportunities

Missed opportunities

The Lakehead Thunderwolves caught a break on the out-of-town scoreboard, but missed opportunities at the charity stripe cost them a chance to take advantage of them.
Harvey helps Wolves ground Gryphons

Harvey helps Wolves ground Gryphons

With Tasia McKenna struggling to find her groove, and Shannon Vellinga being rested early on to keep her out of foul trouble, the Lakehead Thunderwolves needed someone to step up on Friday night.

Tolusso splits, in tough at curling juniors

It’s not looking good for the Christian Tolusso rink at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Sorel-Tracy, Que.