Town of St. Lunaire-Griquet honours Gerald Hillier for municipal work
Reminder to be careful clearing snow
$5 million invested to improve internet service on Great Northern Peninsula
St. Anthony RCMP issue "thin ice" warning
Newfoundland-born man’s 25-year search for birth mother ends at her funeral
N.L. harvesters hope latest technology will make province a bigger global competitor ...
Anchor Point woman wins nearly $25K in Chase the Ace
Over $600K from Atlantic Fisheries Fund announced for N.L. fishing enterprises
Snowmobiling temporarily halted in Gros Morne National Park
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St. John's ECHL bid strikes partnership with Toronto Maple Leafs: sources
Ron MacLean says it’s important to always remember our roots to hockey
Newfoundlander Adam Pardy signs with team in Swedish Elite League
Newfoundland and Labrador gearing up for Minor Hockey Week
Provincial major midget hockey: Western Kings, St. John's Maple Leafs locked into top spots
The provincial major midget hockey league won’t finish its regular season until the middle of February, but the Western Kings and St. John’s Maple Leafs are already locked into the top two spots in the standings of the five-team ...
Stopper on the go: Evan Fitzpatrick moved in QMJHL deal
Charlottetown Islanders photo/Daniel Theriault — Labrador City's Matthew Grouchy has been traded from the Charlottetown Islanders to the Quebec Remparts. The Acadie-Bathurst Titan are, in sports parlance, “going for ...
Mile One matchup could go beyond bringing hockey to St. John's
The competition to bring a hockey team to St. John’s could involve more than just future on-ice activity at Mile One Centre. It could involve the entire facility. Both the people behind Atlantic Sports Enterprises (ASE), who own the St. ...
Grand Falls-Windsor team wins contest to play on Parliament Hill hockey rink
The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts peewee girls team has been selected to represent Newfoundland and Labrador at this year’s Bell Capital Cup hockey tournament in Ottawa. They will play in the Canada 150 division. The Department of ...
Teddy Purcell will play for Canada again
Teddy Purcell of St. John’s is another step closer to playing for Canada at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Purcell was named to the Canadian team’s roster for The Channel Cup, a three-game tournament in Moscow scheduled for Dec. ...
St. Anthony Blue team wins Walter Short Memorial
The Walter Short Memorial Atoms Tournament was a tightly contested affair this year with games coming down to the wire. ...
Newfoundland's major midget teams, St. John's bantam AAA Hitmen begin play at Monctonian tourney
The five major midget teams from the provincial circuit — league-leading Western Kings, St. John’s Maple Leafs, Tri Pen Osprey, East Coast Blizzard and Central IcePak — along with the St. John’s Hitmen from the Newfoundland ...
Bruce Keating excited about exposure Corner Brook will receive from hosting Hockey Day in Canada
Money can’t buy the exposure the city of Corner Brook will receive from playing host to Hockey Day in Canada in 2018. That’s the message Bruce Keating, chairperson of the host Hockey Day in Canada Committee, delivered as guest speaker ...
Purcell heads to Russia and KHL's Omsk
Teddy Purcell of St. John’s was on his way to Russia Tuesday, where he’s set to join Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League. Purcell, a veteran of 599 career NHL games with four different clubs, is said to have signed a ...
Newfoundland trio will skate for Canadian entries at world U17 tourney
Three Newfoundlanders will represent one of the three Canadian teams in the 2017 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge scheduled for Nov. 5-11 in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, B.C. Forwards Brett Budgell and Alex Newhook of St. John’s, and ...