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Devon Lawlor excited to carry on family tradition at UPEI
FIDDLER'S FACTS: NHL break comes while Graves, MacEwen were enjoying strong seasons
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DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Charlottetown to host first harness races in Canada
PEISAA cancels school sport activities, spring provincial championships
UPDATE: Cornwall's Jordan Spence named QMJHL's top defenceman
FIDDLER'S FACTS: Could P.E.I. host NHL playoffs games?
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman would do just about anything to start the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs because if he doesn’t, the NHL will lose the enormous post-season TV revenue which could result in as many as five or six teams, maybe more, ...
P.E.I. native receives recognition for strong hockey season at University of New Hampshire
Charlottetown’s Ava Boutilier was a finalist for the University of New Hampshire female performer of the year award. The 20-year-old hockey goalie was one of the 10 nominees for the award, representing an athlete for different ...
Curling scholarship submissions now being accepted
Applications are available for this year’s Curling Canada’s 2020 For the Love of Curling scholarship program. Ten $2,500 scholarships will be awarded to male and female curlers in Canada who best demonstrate athletic and academic ...
DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH: Races to continue despite festival cancellations
This harness racing season has already shaped up to be much different than any other year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) pandemic, but Monday’s news changes the dynamic even more. The P.E.I. Association of Exhibitions ...
Alison Griffin becomes golf association executive director
Alison Griffin is the new executive director of the Prince Edward Island Golf Association (PEIGA). Griffin The O’Leary native, who started in the new position on Monday, has a diploma in sport and recreation management from ...
Salerno repeats as NBL's coach of the year
Former Island Storm bench boss has repeated as the National Basketball League of Canada’s coach of the year. The Moncton Magic head coach is the first person to solely win the award in back-to-back seasons. Salerno and Michael Ray Richardson ...
Gregor MacLeod re-signs with Detroit Red Wings’ farm team
Former Charlottetown Islanders forward Gregor MacLeod has re-signed with the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins. It is a one-year deal. Terms were not disclosed. The 21-year-old Dartmouth, N.S., native split his first pro season between the ...
JASON MALLOY: Building a dream roster of the all-time best Charlottetown Islanders players
It’s a project I have thought about for some time. If I could pick any Charlottetown Islanders for a seven-game Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) playoff series, who would I take? I had thought about doing it on the 10-year ...
Campbell earns top Canadian award in NBL
Island Storm guard Alex Campbell has been named the top Canadian in the National Basketball League of Canada (NBLC). The Brampton, Ont., native averaged 20 points, 6.8 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 21 games in his sophomore season with the ...
Atlantic Challenge Cup hockey tournament cancelled for 2020
This fall’s Atlantic Challenge Cup hockey tournaments have been cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19 strain) pandemic. The tournaments are for under-14 and -15 boys as well as under-16 and -18 girls and were slated to take place Oct. ...