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Sudbury Wolves goaltender Sam Tanguay made a statement in Kitchener on Wednesday night as the Quebec native stopped all 48 shots he faced and led the Wolves to a 3-0 shutout victory over the Rangers. Tanguay, 19, was a free agent invite to the Wolves' main camp, and the young goaltender continues to show improvement during the pre-season schedule. Tanguay was especial...

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Sep 18, 2014

Veterans, rookies off to strong start in cross country

The second race of the high-school cross-country season locally featured plenty of familiar names, along with a really strong group of fresh faces, with both sectors grabbing the spotlight a...

Sep 18, 2014

Girls flag football season up and running

In a rematch of the 2013 final to open the 2014 season, the Lively Hawks issued a little payback, stopping the three-time defending Marymount Regals 22-6 Tuesday afternoon at the James Jerome Sports Complex.

The path to a fourth straight SDSSAA girls flag football championship will not be an easy one for th...

Sep 18, 2014

Nickel City Sons open season with 1 win, 2 losses

The Nickel City Sons posted a record of 1-2 in a season-opening three-game northern road swing last weekend.

Posting a record of 1-2 in a season-opening three-game northern road swing last weekend, Nickel City...

Sep 18, 2014

Rookie netminder earns shutout in Kitchener

Sudbury Wolves goaltender Sam Tanguay made a statement in Kitchener on Wednesday night as the Quebec native stopped all 48 shots he faced and led the Wolves to a 3-0 shutout victory over the Rangers. Supplied.

Sudbury Wolves goaltender Sam Tanguay made a statement in Kitchener on Wednesday night as the Quebec...

Sep 18, 2014

Bonhomme calls it a career on international stage

While Tessa Bohomme may be retiring from competing internationally, she'll still be talking all things hockey as a sports broadcaster. File photo.

Sudbury’s golden girl is hanging up her skates, at least when it comes to competing internationally....

Sep 18, 2014

Free hockey scorekeeping clinic on Sept. 23

The Sudbury Minor Hockey Association, in conjunction with the Sudbury District Secondary School Athletic Association, will be hosting a hockey scorekeeping/timekeeping clinic on Tuesday, Sep...

Sep 17, 2014

Bonhomme retires from national women's hockey team

Sudbury's Tessa Bonhomme, a 2010 Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion, has retired from international competition, Hockey Canada announced Wednesday. File photo.

Sudbury's Tessa Bonhomme, a 2010 Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion, has retired fro...

Sep 17, 2014

Wolves sign goalie Matthew Menna

The Sudbury Wolves have announce that 16-year-old goaltender Matthew Menna has accepted an OHL Education Scholarship offer to play for the Sudbury Wolves organization. Supplied.

The Sudbury Wolves have announce that 16-year-old goaltender Matthew Menna has accepted an OHL Educa...

Sep 16, 2014

Cambrian men, women net weekend points

The Golden Shield women's soccer team thumped the George Brown Huskies 8-0 Saturday, while the men picked up a key point against the George Brown Huskies, playing to a 1-1 draw.

In some years, 15 goals might equate to triple the entire season production for the Cambrian Golden ...

Sep 16, 2014

LU men's lacrosse team enjoying early success

Fielding easily their strongest roster since the emergence of the field lacrosse program at Laurentian, the Voyageurs have opened the 2014 CUFLA (Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association) schedule with three wins in their first four games.

Fielding easily their strongest roster since the emergence of the field lacrosse program at Laurenti...

Sep 16, 2014

LU women's hockey team opens pre-season with loss

With four to five regulars out of the lineup, the Laurentian Voyageurs women's hockey team struggled to muster much in the way of offence in their pre-season opener, dropping a 2-0 decision to the University of Ontario Institute of Technology Ridgebacks Sept. 12 at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex.

With four to five regulars out of the lineup, the Laurentian Voyageurs women's hockey team struggled...

Sep 15, 2014

Wolves will live and die by rookies this season

 3350: The Sudbury Wolves will need rookies such as Michael Pezzetta to develop quickly and become contributors this season. Photo by Scott Haddow.

The Sudbury Wolves were gutted by graduations (and one big trade) and it left a lot of question mark...

Sep 14, 2014

Sudbury included in Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour

 Greater Sudbury will take part in the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour Dec. 7. Supplied photo.

The City of Greater Sudbury is one of 25 communities across Canada to be chosen for the inaugural Ro...

Sep 14, 2014

The fiery Falvos

There's no less than three members of the Falvo family in the starting lineup of Cambrian's women's soccer squad, with a fourth looking to return soon. Photo by Randy Pascal.

In one fell swoop, Cambrian soccer coach Giuseppe Politi completed much of his off-season recruiting...

Sep 13, 2014

Wolves defeat Colts 4-3 in exhibition play

Sudbury Wolves forward Jacob Harris beats Barrie defenceman C.J. Garcia to the puck. Photo by Scott Haddow.

Sudbury Wolves veteran defenceman Jeff Corbett liked the fact the team didn’t give up. They went the...

Sep 12, 2014

Wolves take a 4-2 hit on the road in Barrie

Sudbury forward Brody Silk notched both the Wolves' markers in the team's losing effort against the Barrie Colts in Barrie on Sept. 11. Photo by Terry Wilson / OHL Images

Forward Brody Silk was in fine form Thursday night at the Molson Centre in Barrie, but it wasn't eno...

Sep 11, 2014

Northern Chill volleyball tryouts Sept. 14

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Northern Chill Volleyball Club, the group is hosting annual tryouts Sunday, Sept. 14th.

The Northern Chill Volleyball Club is looking to expand, players permitting.Celebrating the 10th ann...

Sep 11, 2014

Nickel Capital Wolves triple Trappers 9-3 in home opener

The Sudbury Nickel Capital Wolves tripled the visiting North Bay Trappers 9-3 in their home opener Wednesday night at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex.

On the sidelines as action kicked off in New Liskeard, Kapuskasing and Timmins over the weekend, the...

Sep 11, 2014

Bears battle back to dominate Chargers

After surrendering a touchdown on the very first play from scrimmage that the Confederation Chargers would run, the St. Benedict Bears battled back to dominate much of the final three quarters, knocking off the Valley East lads by a finals score of 24-7.

It took the St. Benedict Bears all of two minutes to adjust to a new season of SDSSAA football. Afte...

Sep 10, 2014

Milne looks to make a name for himself

Sudbury acquired forward Brody Milne to bring experience and goals to the lineup. Photo by Scott Haddow.

Brody Milne has received the message loud and clear, and he know what he does during his third OHL s...

Sep 10, 2014

Colts could be tough for still-gelling Wolves

The Sudbury Wolves must crash the net consistently Friday when the team hosts the Barrie Colts at Sudbury Arena at 7:30 p.m. Photo by Scott Haddow.

The Sudbury Wolves continue to whittle down the roster and work out kinks in the pre-season as they ...

Sep 09, 2014

Lady Wolves, Sons battle to 2-2 tie

The start of what promises to be an outstanding season-long minor hockey rivalry kicked off Sunday in Val Caron as the Sudbury Atom A/AA Lady Wolves and the Nickel City Minor Atom AA Sons battled their way to a 2-2 draw at the Raymond Plourde Arena.

The start of what promises to be an outstanding season-long minor hockey rivalry kicked off Sunday i...

Sep 09, 2014

Pick up your fall issue of Sudbury Sports

Gracing the cover of the newest issue of Sudbury Sports Magazine is Chantae Robinson, a multi-sport student-athlete from Marymount Academy who helped the Regals claim a number of titles in the 2013-14 school year.

It's back to school time in the September/October issue of Sudbury Sports Magazine.Gracing the cover...

Sep 09, 2014

Ramsey Tour touts plenty of post-secondary flavour

Members of the Voyageurs women's cross-country team, from left,  Maddy Bak, Emily Marcolini and Michelle Kennedy compete at the Sudbury Masters Ramsey Tour on Sunday. Supplied photo.

Eric Leishman does not mind leading by example.The head coach of the Cambrian College cross-country ...

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