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Piche blanks Lakers

Goals were at a premium on Saturday night when the Thunder Bay North Stars and Fort Frances Lakers met for the second straight night. Once again it was the North Stars who came out on top.

Local teams shine at Queen's Showcase

Action Friday from the Thunder Bay Queens Showcase weekend at the Fort William First Nation Arena. Games continue all day Saturday and Sunday. Game No.

Nipigon hands Hawks first loss

A four-goal first period was the difference as the Nipigon Elks handed the Northern Hawks their first loss of the season by a 5-3 count Friday in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at the Nipigon Community Centre.
Comeback win

Comeback win

Parity is in play. The Thunder Bay North Stars, long used to waltzing through the Superior Interntional Junior Hockey League season, have competiton in 2010-11 – and plenty of it.

Ryan buries 'embarrassing' game ball

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - Rex Ryan buried the New York Jets' embarrassing loss to the New England Patriots. Literally.
Still got it

Still got it

Brian Hutton ventured to Port St. Lucie, Fla. late last month for weekend of golf and good times with old friends, met over three decades in the golf business.

Wolves climb to seventh

The Lakehead Thunderwolves will be the higher-ranked squad when the Manitoba Bisons invade Fort William Gardens at the end of the month.

Hawks double up Eagles

The Northern Hawks tallied twice in each period Sunday en route to doubling up the Screaming Eagles 6-3 Sunday evening in Thunder Bay Jr. B/Juvenile/AAA Hockey League action at Delaney Arena.
Rough win

Rough win

It was no teddy bears’ picnic for the Lakehead Thunderwolves on Saturday night. On the prowl for a ninth straight triumph, the Wolves ran into a rough-and-tumble Regina Cougars squad looking to revenge Friday night’s 6-3 loss.

Thunder Bay rink ousted in Medicine Hat

It wasn’t how Krista McCarville wanted to bow out of the Canada Cup of Curling.