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Man paddles his way back into the record books

A Thunder Bay man took back the record for kayaking around Vancouver Island Labour Day weekend. Joe O'Blenis completed the trip in 16 days, 12 hours and 14 minutes.
Carolina connection

Carolina connection

Matt Caria will be missing in action this week as the Lakehead Thunderwolves hockey team opened training camp to start their 10th anniversary season. But the Sault Ste. Marie native has the full blessing of team officials.

Littlefield upsets Caland, claims first local major victory

The Evan Littlefield era has begun.

Lakehead signs Kemp McCrae

The Baltimore basketball pipeline continues to land basketball prospects at Lakehead University. On Friday the team announced the signing of post player Kemp McRae, a 2009 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School.

Wolves add Williams-Waruk to coaching staff

Jon Kreiner has added experience to his Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s basketball coaching staff.

Mangini on cusp of Major Leagues

It may be only a matter of days before the Thunder Bay Border Cats have an alumnus who can call himself a major leaguer.

Young hockey star has big career plans

Like a lot of young Canadian women these days, Thunder Bay’s Brittany Zuback has always dreamed of pulling a Team Canada jersey over her head and playing for her country.
Need a home

Need a home

Anthony LeBlanc and Keith McCullough are coming home – they hope. The Thunder Bay duo, principals in Ice Edge Holdings Inc.

Ice Edge to announce ECHL plans

Ice Edge Holdings Inc. is expected to make it official later this afternoon – they want to bring an ECHL team to Thunder Bay. The deal, as company CEO Anthony LeBlanc – a Thunder Bay native – is contingent on a new rink being built in the city.

Staal suffers setback

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reporting Thunder Bay’s Jordan Staal has suffered a setback in his recovery from a second surgery on his injured foot. Staal, who had a tendon cut when Montreal’s P.K.