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  • Washington Capitals haven’t stopped the party

    Washington Capitals haven’t stopped the party0

    WASHINGTON — The Washington Capitals, now Stanley Cup Champions, were welcomed with a celebratory parade that travelled down Constitution Avenue Tuesday morning as they brought the city’s first major four pro-sports championship in 26 years. Joined by four F-16 Fighting Falcons who performed a flyover 25 minutes in, with season ticket holders that have remained

  • Chiefs begin quest for Mann Cup

    Chiefs begin quest for Mann Cup0

    SIX NATIONS — Saturday, June 2nd, the 2018 edition Six Nations Major Series Chiefs will make their debut in front of a home crowd at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena at 7 pm, against the Coburg Kodiaks. Further on down the road, Tuesday, June 5th, the Chiefs will host the Peterborough Lakers at 8 pm, at

  • Landon Miller named Philly Wings’ general manager

    Landon Miller named Philly Wings’ general manager0

    PHILADELPHIA — The Philadelphia Wings have returned to the NLL after a four-year absence since the 2014 season, and Six Nations entrepreneur Landon Miller will be the Wings assistant general manager for the up-coming, 2019 National Lacrosse League season. The Wings made the announcement over the weekend, putting Miller to work immediately, representing Philadelphia at

  • Corvairs blown away by Cyclones

    Corvairs blown away by Cyclones0

    LISTOWEL — For the second season in a row, the overpowering regular season champion Caledonia Pro-Fit Corvairs completed the GOJHL season first overall of 26 teams this year with 91 points in 50 games. They demolished teams throughout the early going in the postseason but when it really counted, they choked. “It really is a

  • Rivermen strong out of the gate, defeat Kitchener

    Rivermen strong out of the gate, defeat Kitchener0

    OHSWEKEN — The Sr. B Rivermen of Six Nations took a 2-0 lead in Saturday night’s 6-4 win over the visiting Kitchener-Waterloo Velocity with goals scored by Danton Miller and Rayce Vyse. Vyse is returning to the game after a few years off, and joins his first cousin Roger with the 2017 President Cup finalist Rivermen. Roger Vyse made

  • Brantford Warriors waxed in Wilmott

    Brantford Warriors waxed in Wilmott0

    WILMOTT — A horrific start to Saturday’s Jr. C lacrosse matchup between the Brantford Warriors and the Wilmott Wild, in Wilmott, dug a 6-0 pit that Brantford couldn’t escape from, despite a valiant third period effort. In the end, the first place Wild won it 10-7, for its third win of the young season against

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