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Chill to open season on road

The Thunder Bay Chill will face their new divisional and provincial rival to open up their 11th Premider Development League season.
Racing rush

Racing rush

Lucas Sandberg wants to see where he stands against the best 13 and 14-year-old alpine skiers in Ontario.

Warriors blank Wolves, up 1-0

It’s win-or-go-home time for the Lakehead Thunderwolves hockey team.

Hawks trim Stars

The first place Northern Hawks built up a big lead then held on for a 7-4 victory over the Screaming Eagles Tuesday in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League play at the Tournament Centre.
Heartbreaker

Heartbreaker

Joe Scharf may never get this close to a Brier again.

Wrestlers finished third, fourth at OUAs

Lakehead wrestlers had mixed results at the OUA championships held in Thunder Bay on Saturday. The LU men, coming off a shared championship in 2010, finished fourth competing in front of friends and family at the Thunderdome.

Hyvarinen nets winner, Wolves clinch third

Andy Hyvarinen scored the winner with 90 seconds to play in regulation, setting a return trip to Waterloo next week.
Tasia tops them all

Tasia tops them all

On Saturday, Tasia McKenna stood alone.
Division champions

Division champions

In Jamie Searle’s first season with the Lakehead Thundersolves he never imagined he’d be wearing a division championship crown. The men’s basketball team finished 1-21 that season , their only win a one-point triumph over McMaster.
Scharf in final

Scharf in final

Thunder Bay hasn’t sent anyone to the Brier in eight years.