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  • World-wide growth of Creators Game

    World-wide growth of Creators Game0

    SIX NATIONS — In the past three years, two new countries have joined the long and growing list of Nations around the world that are playing lacrosse as an organized sport. This year, the Philippines officially joined the world-wide fraternity of lacrosse. They are joining a fraternity that spans around the world. Porto Rico also

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  • Montour still a Duck after trade rumours

    Montour still a Duck after trade rumours0

    ANAHEIM — That’s the thing about rumours. They tend to take on a life of their own. Recent rumours were sending Brandon Montour from Anaheim to the Toronto Maple Leafs, but there has been little more than speculation, and maybe some wishful thinking amongst the sports casters and writers who would love to see the

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  • Montour still a Duck after trade rumours

    Montour still a Duck after trade rumours0

    ANAHEIM — That’s the thing about rumours. They tend to take on a life of their own. Recent rumours were sending Brandon Montour from Anaheim to the Toronto Maple Leafs, but there has been little more than speculation, and maybe some wishful thinking amongst the sports casters and writers who would love to see the

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  • NLL labour dispute reaches agreement

    NLL labour dispute reaches agreement0

    The National Lacrosse League and the Professional Lacrosse Players Association (PLPA) announced today that they have agreed to terms on a new collective bargaining agreement. The collective bargaining agreement is for a five-year term beginning with the 2018-19 season. “We appreciate the efforts of the negotiating committee and their tireless dedication to reaching a fair

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  • Hagersville Hawks looking for another surge

    Hagersville Hawks looking for another surge0

    HAGERSVILLE — The Grimsby Peach Kings put a speed-bump in the road for the surging Hagersville Hawks Saturday at the Hagersville Arena. Grimsby leads the division with 18 wins, three losses, and a tie for 37 points heading into this week’s Jr. C hockey action, however, they have played more games than the next four

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  • Rumour mill sees Montour a Leaf

    Rumour mill sees Montour a Leaf0

    ANAHEIM — After 22 games on the blue line so far this season, Six Nations’ Brandon Montour and his Anaheim Ducks are settled into the middle of the Pacific Division, four points behind the first place San Jose Sharks, two behind Calgary and one point in back of the Vancouver Canukes. Brantford’s Adam Henrique has

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