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Highmore’s persistence continues to pay off with Blackhawks
Here’s one Newfoundlander who is staying with the Growlers
Cape Breton Eagles select Russian forward in CHL Import Draft
Glace Bay High, BEC honour student-athletes
Sarah Mitton continues on Olympic path, uses training in isolation as motivation
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Cape Breton player to suit up for Mount Allison Mounties
Molly Baxendale will wear the garnet and gold for the Mount Allison Mounties women's hockey team this fall. Baxendale, who is from Dalem Lake, was assistant captain of the MacIntyre Chevy Panthers this past season. The forward was third in ...
Three Newfoundlanders participating in Hockey Canada female national team summer programs
Three female hockey players from Newfoundland have been announced to a pool of athletes invited to participate in a pair of virtual summer camps with Canada’s National Women’s Program. Forward Maggie Connors of St. John’s, who is ...
Newfoundland Growlers trade defenceman to Solar Bears
The Newfoundland Growlers are losing another player from their 2019-20 roster, but this time, it’s of the team’s own doing. The ECHL Growlers announced Monday they have traded defenceman Tommy Panico to the Orlando Solar Bears for ...
Sydney Academy announces athletic awards for 2019-20
Sydney Academy honoured its student-athletes by virtually announcing the school’s athletic awards via social media this week. Dante Basque was given the most valuable player and leading scorer award for the school’s hockey team. Belle ...
Runaway Mystery takes the win for second week in a row in North Sydney
There is no mystery about newcomer Runaway Mystery, who has made an instant impact in the first two race programs of the 2020 season at Northside Downs. The six-year-old gelding paced the fastest mile on Saturday afternoon, winning in one minute ...
Port Williams’ Shaffelburg ready for sophomore season with Toronto FC after challenges of pandemic isolation
Pounding the cold Toronto concrete by himself for weeks on end wasn’t how Jacob Shaffelburg pictured his second year as a professional soccer player. The 20-year-old from Port Williams didn’t have much choice back in the spring when ...
Teenager with Newfoundland roots to play for NCAA champion LSU
For the second time in less than a couple months, a football player with Newfoundland and Labrador roots is making noise on the gridiron. Back in April, Jake Burt signed a free-agent contract with the New England Patriots following the NFL ...
ROBIN SHORT: Questionable times lead to Growlers’ snipers heading overseas
The Newfoundland Growlers were one of the most productive teams in the ECHL this past season, their 240 combined goals seven fewer than the top-ranked offence in the league, the Allen, Tex. Americans. Just like that, however, the Growlers lost 73 ...
Larger groups a big boost for Nova Scotia sport
Brad Lawlor said his phone was ringing off the hook on Thursday following the Nova Scotia government’s announcement of an increase in gathering limits. Lawlor is Soccer Nova Scotia’s executive director and leading in the effort to ...
INSIDE THE Q: QMJHL commissioner Gilles Courteau more confident than ever of Oct. 1 season start
When Gilles Courteau announced a couple of weeks ago the QMJHL would open the season on Oct. 1, it raised some eyebrows because of the sheer audacity of the optimism. But one thing I’ve learned about the Quebec league commissioner over the ...