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Irwin has two points in blowout

Thunder Bay’s Haley Irwin had a goal and an assist and Meghan Agosta netted five points for the second time in three outings, leading Canada to a 13-1 romp over Sweden in Olympic women’s hockey on Wednesday.

U.S. club wants in SIJHL

The Wisconsin Mustangs want to put the International back in the Superior International Junior Hockey League on a permanent basis. The Spooner, Wis.

MMA in Ontario not priority: McGuinty

The province is not seriously considering allowing mixed martial arts competition in Ontario, the Canadian Press reported Wednesday.

Staal earns assist in Canadian rout

Jarome Iginla scored three times and Dany Heatley scored twice and Thunder Bay’s Eric Staal earned an assist in his Olympic debut as Canada crushed Norway 8-0 on Tuesday at Canada Hockey Place in Vancouver.

Myslicki finishes last in Nordic combined

Thunder Bay’s Jason Myslicki finished 45th of 45 competitors in Sunday's Nordic combined 10-kilometre event. Myslicki, 32, started the cross-country portion of the race in 43rd spot after a poor result in the ski-jumping competition.
Racers face icy conditions

Racers face icy conditions

Runners bundled up for the fifth annual Hypothermic Run on Sunday. The half marathon had 44 registered participants race in the wind and snow. Running Room Ltd hosted the event in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Society Thunder Bay Chapter.

Wolves retain top hoops spot

Undeterred by the return of Badger stars Clinton Springer-Williams and Didi Mukendi, the Lakehead Thunderwolves men’s basketball team routed Brock for a second consecutive game, Saturday night at St. Catharines. The 72-53 win keeps No.

Lakehead runners burn up track

In their final meet before the OUA Championships later this month, the Lakehead Thunderwolves track and field team ran to four first-place finishes and seven podiums results overall at Saturday’s Lake Superior Challenge at St. Scholastica in Duluth.

Wolves sweep RMC on volleyball court

On Saturday’s senior night, the Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team came up big, beating the RMC Paladins 3-1 at the C. J. Sanders Fieldhouse in Thunder Bay. Set scores were 25-23, 23-25, 25-20 and 25-14.

Badger women edge LU by six

The Lakehead women’s basketball team’s alone time at third in the OUA West was short lived as they lost 68-62 to the Brock Badgers, Saturday night at St. Catharines, Ontario.