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Giving back

Amber Peterson is living proof that freestyle skiers can make it out of Thunder Bay. On Thursday she gave up a portion of her Christmas holiday to help the next generation learn what it takes to become an Olympic level skier.

LU women nipped by Palm Beach State

Jon Kreiner wanted some tough competition over the holidays.

Wolves fall short in Winnipeg

The Lakehead Thunderwolves put up a late push, but couldn’t pull the trigger against a tough Saskatchewan Huskies team at the Western Classic Wednesday night.

Wolves thumped by Bisons

Santa and a couple of weeks off weren’t kind to the Lakehead Thunderwolves.

Express Alumni game aims at feeding the hungry

The holiday season is a time for giving, and past and present members of the Lakehead Express Soccer Club have taken that to heart.

Makela makes Under-18 squad

Amanda Makela is following in the footsteps of Katie Weatherston and Hayley Irwin.

Local rinks hope to cash in on home-ice advantage

Scott Henderson’s footsteps are near fossilized today. The last Thunder Bay skip to represent Northern Ontario at the Tim Hortons Brier, it’s been nearly eight years since Henderson’s 5-6 performance.

Dryden's early start throttles Stars

Special teams were the difference for the Dryden Ice Dogs on Saturday night. The Ice Dogs scored three power play goals – on 17 chances – and once shorthanded, downing the host Thunder Bay North Stars 5-3 at Fort William Gardens.

Ice Dogs smother North Stars on road

Something had to give.

NDC's Shields wins ski race in B.C.

Rookie Andy Shields isn’t showing any freshman rust on the Nordic trails this fall. The first-year National Development Centre skier won the 1.6-kilometre free-technique sprints in Rossland, B.C.