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Feildians maintain hopes of national title for N.L. by blanking Holy Cross in Jubilee Trophy play
Kelly brothers will be part of Newfoundland Growlers’ banner night
Cape Breton Eagles edged by Wildcats in Moncton
Glace Bay’s Logan Shaw embracing time in AHL while aiming for NHL return
St. John's Edge will experience Magic as they tip off a new season
National soccer championships: Feildians women fashion Newfoundland's best opening-day result
Rogers announces details for Hometown Hockey festival in St. John's
When Rogers Hometown Hockey rolls into St. John’s later this month, the jam-packed schedule will feature meet-and-greets with former big-leaguers, live entertainment, and a live NHL broadcast with some special Newfoundland guests. The ...
National soccer championships: Both Newfoundland entries in same pool for Jubilee Trophy event
There are 10 teams in the men's division and eight in the women’s division of the Toyota national soccer championships being played in St. John’s, Mount Pearl, Conception Bay South and Portugal Cove-St. Philip’s this ...
Stanford will be doing double duty for Newfoundland at Canadian soccer championships
It turns out they didn’t have to clone Jake Stanford. But it might have been under consideration. Stanford is head coach for not one, but two Holy Cross teams entered in Toyota national senior soccer championships that begin today in ...
Newfoundlander Rod Snow was part of infamous Canada-South Africa Rugby World Cup clash in 1995
While Canada has played New Zealand in four of the last five Rugby World Cups, the Canadians have faced South Africa only once in the quadrennial tournament, in a game still known as the Battle of Boet Eramus, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in ...
AROUND THE Q: Fresh faces in new places
Every new hockey season brings change, and the turnover may be even greater in junior hockey with age restrictions that push players out of the league. In addition to high-profile new skaters, each new year brings new faces behind the bench as ...
Eagles knock off Saguenéens to finish tough Québec road trip on winning note
The Cape Breton Eagles salvaged a three-game road trip with a pair of wins after their tour through eastern Québec began with a potentially confidence-destroying, lopsided loss to the Rimouski Océanic. The Eagles wrapped up the road ...
Eagles' Falardeau suspended two games
Cape Breton Eagles defenceman Alex Falardeau was suspended two games by the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League for a hit to the head on Rimouski Océanic forward Adam Raska on Wednesday. The rookie served the first game of his suspension on ...
The Newfoundland Growlers will be a little green on the blueline
On the front ranks, the Newfoundland Growlers look similar to they did as they played their way to an ECHL championship in their inaugural season, with six of the team’s top seven scorers from 2018-19 back with the team. “Very much the ...
Simon insists the St. John's Edge are just getting started
This time last year, the St. John’s Edge had eight players under contract for the 2018-19 National Basketball League of Canada season. Today, there are two ball players — Canadians Junior Cadougan and Murphy Burnatowski — who are ...
Second line powers Cape Breton Eagles past Drakkar
Cape Breton used its second line - on the lineup sheet - to power the offense as the Eagles downed the Baie-Comeau Drakkar 7-2 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action at Centre Henry-Leonard in Baie-Comeau on Friday. The line of Egor Sokolov, ...