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  • Ken Hill, Six Nations businessman passes

    Ken Hill, Six Nations businessman passes

    Six Nations businessman Ken Hill, one of the founders of tobacco giant Grand River Enterprises, has died. GRE President Steve Williams confirmed with the Two Row Times this afternoon that Hill, 62, died in Miami but the time and cause of death is not yet known. “We’re going to be releasing a statement sometime today,”

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  •  Vancouver Canucks have high expectations for defenceman Travis Hamonic

     Vancouver Canucks have high expectations for defenceman Travis Hamonic

    The Vancouver Canucks have added tremendous grit and veteran leadership with the signing of defenceman Travis Hamonic. This 30- year-old right-handed shooting defenceman, who is of Metis decent, created lots of excitement in Vancouver after officially signing a player tryout contract at the beginning of January’s training camp. “He’s an experienced player that we know

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  • Once again PJHL start date is pushed back

    Once again PJHL start date is pushed back

    As the calendar inches closer to mid- January, Hagersville Hawks forward Tycie Cowan is starting to wonder if there will be a season. The Provincial Junior Hockey League, which consists of the Hagersville Hawks pushed the season starting date back for a third time to February 1, 2021. That however has changed as the league

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  • Mikenzie Sandy was proud to play ball for McMaster Marauders

    Mikenzie Sandy was proud to play ball for McMaster Marauders

    Mikenzie Sandy has relished the opportunity of playing ball for the McMaster Marauders women’s fast-pitch team. Following her first year at Queens University, Sandy transferred to McMaster where along with studying a four-year Bachelors of Arts honours degree in linguistics, she played ball in her second and third year. Unfortunately, her senior year got wiped

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  • Jordan Nolan looking to crack the Penguins lineup

    Jordan Nolan looking to crack the Penguins lineup

    The Pittsburgh Penguins have given veteran forward Jordan Nolan an opportunity to resurrect his NHL career. Nolan, who hasn’t played an NHL game since the 2018-2019 season with the St. Louis Blues, signed in late December an AHL contract with the Penguins, in hopes that he can impress the big club in training camp and

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