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Corner Brook's Liam Smith likes how he's fitting in with St. Stephen Aces
Corner Brook's Andrew Antle willing to put in the work to earn way with Aces
Western Kings win one, drop two
Babcock lets secret slip; Maple Leafs holding camp in St. John’s next year
Corner Brook's Riley Simms beefed up over summer to prepare for shot at roster spot with Western Kings
Coach Jamie Brake has lots of players interested in playing for the Western Knights
Kris Thomas hoping to be a solid two-way player with Miramichi Timberwolves
Kris Thomas plans on making a living as an engineer down the road, but for now he’s focused on seeing what he can do on the ice. Thomas, an 18-year-old native of L’Anse au Clair, served as the captain of the Western Kings in the ...
‘Too many positive things not to sign here,' says newest Newfoundlander Growler Adam Pardy
This fall, Adam Pardy will be skating for the ECHL’s Newfoundland Growlers, just 21 months after appearing in the NHL for the Nashville Predators. But don’t think for a moment the defenceman from Bonavista is chagrined about playing ...
Updated: Looks like Zach O’Brien won’t be drawn to the Flames for training camp
Zach O’Brien says a report he’ll be attending the training camp of the NHL’s Calgary Flames is wrong. Sportsnet had reported the Flames were looking at bringing O’Brien, who split the 2017-18 season between the AHL’s ...
ASK THE PEOPLE: What are the Western Kings' goals for this season?
The Western Kings of the provincial major midget hockey league have hit the ice against the East Coast Blizzard for a three-game set this weekend to open their season. We spoke to some of the players before their final preseason practice on Thursday ...
Malcolm Genge hoping to take his game to another level with Pictou County Weeks Crushers
Malcolm Genge wants to see how he stacks up in a hockey environment where the pace is quicker than anything he’s seen at home. RELATED: 'Western Kings graduates selected in Maritime Junior Hockey League Entry Draft' He believes ...
Multi-impact signing: Growlers add NHL experience, another Newfoundlander and potential captain in Adam Pardy
Given how much we Newfoundlanders make of our own, a great deal will be made of the Bonavista birth certificate of the Newfoundland Growlers’ latest signing. However, it’s the hockey history of the Growlers’ new acquisition that ...
Corner Brook's Nathan King eager to see how he stacks up with Western Kings
Nathan King is a big boy standing six-foot-one at 15 years of age, but his body has never been put through the true test of taking punishing hits along the boards. It is a part of the game going to find out about. King, a Corner Brook resident, ...
Goose Cove's Adrian Ward plans on using speed to compensate for size with Yarmouth Mariners
Adrian Ward may be three inches shorter and 20 pounds lighter than most of his teammates, but he plays the game like he is a much bigger person. So, he’s not worried about finding his way in the Maritime Junior Hockey League. The ...
Pasadena's Drew Cornick hoping size a factor in rookie season with Grand Falls Rapids
Drew Cornick has a physical presence on the ice at six-foot-four and 190 pounds. His size is something the 18-year-old Pasadena native plans on using to his advantage as a rookie defenceman with the Grand Falls Rapids (formerly Woodstock Slammers) ...
Roddickton’s Spencer Caines chasing the dream at Ontario Hockey Academy
Working out in the gym every day. Skating with his new teammates every day. Playing against players who are bigger and older. Being in an environment that provides a neat educational and hockey experience for young hockey ...