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  • Team Canada defender Brigette Lacquette wins Olympic silver medal

    Team Canada defender Brigette Lacquette wins Olympic silver medal0

    SOUTH KOREA – Grown-up in the community of Cote First Nation in Mallard Manitoba, Team Canada defensemen, No.4, Brigette Lacquette, had a long and hard journey to reach the pinnacle of her game and become the first Native women’s player to play for Team Canada at the Olympics. Brigette became an Olympic silver medal winner

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  • Hag-Hawks over come by the Blues

    Hag-Hawks over come by the Blues0

    HAGERSVILLE – The Hagersville Hawks were eliminated from the PJHL Jr. C playoffs but they did not go easy against the Dundas Blues. The Blues finished the regular season schedule nine points ahead of Hagersville going into the playoffs. Saturday night in Hagersville, the best-of-seven series ended with Dundas taking a 3-0 Game 6, and

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  • Rochester Rips rush in memorable win

    Rochester Rips rush in memorable win0

    Submitted article NLL – The Rochester Knighthawks shut down the first-place Saskatchewan Rush, 16-11, at Connors & Ferris Field at The Blue Cross Arena. The win marked the first time the Knighthawks have beaten the Rush since the 2012 Champion’s Cup game and snapped a six-game road winning streak for Saskatchewan. “It was a long

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  • Jr. B Brantford 99’ers struggle into playoffs

    Jr. B Brantford 99’ers struggle into playoffs0

    BRANTFORD — The Brantford 99’ers and the Kitchener Dutchmen couldn’t’t get the job done Thursday night at the Gretzky Main rink and conceded a 3-3 tie game after two unfruitful OT periods. The battle began at 2:34 of the first period with Jeb Paulsen scoring for the Dutchmen followed by Sean Kawalec to give Kitchener a 2-0 lead. Christian

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  • Bantams fall short against Simcoe 2-1

    Bantams fall short against Simcoe 2-10

    OHSWEKEN — The Six Nations Bantam LL squad lost a one-goal heartbreaker Saturday afternoon at the GPA. It was a very close checking affair throughout with some excellent goaltending between but in the end it was 2-1 for the visiting Simcoe Warriors. Although Six Nations seemed to be getting all the chances early in the game, they

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  • Blast and McCoys battle for playoffs

    Blast and McCoys battle for playoffs0

    BRANTFORD – The Brantford Blast and the Dundas Real McCoys are in a titanic battle, but unlike in previous years, it’s not for first place, but rather to become the best of the worst, fighting for the last playoff berth. They took a big step towards that goal this past Saturday at the Brantford Civic

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