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The Sudbury Wolves kick off their final home stand of the 2014-15 season Tuesday night as they host the Niagara IceDogs for the final time.This is the first of four remaining home games. The IceDogs' lineup features Arizona Coyotes prospect Brendan Perlini and Toronto Maple Leaf prospect Carter Verhaeghe, who leads the IceDogs offensively with 72 points in 59 games. T...

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Mar 02, 2015

Wolves kick off final home stand Tuesday

The Sudbury Wolves host their Northern rivals, the North Bay Battalion Saturday night at 7 p.m.

The Sudbury Wolves kick off their final home stand of the 2014-15 season Tuesday night as they host ...

Mar 02, 2015

Sons need triple overtime to eliminate Trappers

The Nickel City Major Bantam AAA Sons needed a third overtime period to eliminate the North Bay Trapper in Game 3 Saturday night.

Brandon Lacey was not even a member of the Nickel City Major Bantam AAA Sons at the beginning of the...

Mar 02, 2015

Sudbury athletes bring home hardware from Winter Games

Para-nordic skier Tanya Quesnel earned a total of three silver medals last week, placing second in the 800m, 2.5km and five-km sit-ski competitions. Supplied photo.

The Megan Smith Sudbury Curling Club rink of Kira Brunton, Mikeala Cheslock and Emma Johnson saved t...

Mar 02, 2015

Wolves collapse in Mississauga

The Sudbury Wolves built up a 3-0 second-period lead against the Mississauga Steelheads Sunday afternoon, and led 3-1 going into the third, but couldn’t hold on, losing 4-3. File photo.

One of the big problems that’s plagued the Sudbury Wolves this season reared its ugly head again Sun...

Mar 01, 2015

Curlers well prepared for Canada Winter Games

 With nearly a full year to ready themselves for the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C., the Sudbury Curling Club rink of Megan Smith (skip), Kira Brunton (vice), Mikeala Cheslock(second) and Emma Johnson (lead) were fully prepared for the challenge at hand over the weekend. File photo.

 With nearly a full year to ready themselves for the 2015 Canada Winter Games in Prince George, B.C....

Feb 28, 2015

Kingston dominates as the Wolves continue to struggle

The lone bright spot Friday was goalie Sam Tanguay who did his job making numerous outstanding saves to at least give his team a chance to stay in the game. File photo.

As the old saying goes – you can't score unless you get shots on goal. It was a concept the Sudbury ...

Feb 27, 2015

St. Charles girls pick up third straight hockey crown

The St. Charles Colllege girls hockey team captured its third straight SDSSAA hockey crown. File photo.

Calmly drilling a puck between the legs of a defender and into the empty-net, St. Charles College fo...

Feb 27, 2015

Notre-Dame boys win first-ever Division I hockey crown

Capping off their sweep of the St. Charles College Cardinals with a 7-2 win Wednesday night in Lively, the Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes secured their first-ever Division I boys hockey crown. File photo.

There would be no magical comeback necessary in Game 3.Capping off their sweep of the St. Charles Co...

Feb 26, 2015

Alouettes, Cardinals tied at 1 each in hockey finals

The St. Charles College Cardinals and the Collège Notre-Dame Alouettes are tied at 1 game each in the best of three final. File photo.

It should come as no surprise that twins Taylor and Meagan McGaughey, and close friend Mélisa Kingsl...

Feb 26, 2015

Cond, Agnihotri secure bronze at badminton provincials

Making amends for a round-robin loss, the Cambrian Golden Shield mixed doubles team of Taylor Cond and Hans Agnihotri secured third place, and, with it, OCAA bronze medals at the provincial championships last weekend in London.

Making amends for a round-robin loss, the Cambrian Golden Shield mixed doubles team of Taylor Cond a...

Feb 25, 2015

Lady Wolves trail Mississauga Chiefs

The Sudbury Midget AA Lady Wolves trail the Mississauga Chiefs three points to one, following a pair of games last weekend. The teams played to a 1-1 draw in Game 1, with Taylor McGaughey netting the Sudbury marker.

The Sudbury Midget AA Lady Wolves will need to overcome a little adversity in order to prolong their...

Feb 24, 2015

Knights bound for girls volleyball provincial championships

Despite the loss of some key graduates from the 2013-2014 squad that captured the consolation banner at AA OFSAA in Thunder Bay last March, the the Lo-Ellen Park Knights senior girls volleyball team is making a third straight trek to the provincial championships, though they find themselves matched up with the AAA competition in Ingersoll this time around.

Make it three years running for the Lo-Ellen Park Knights senior girls volleyball team.Despite the l...

Feb 24, 2015

Cambrian ladies heading to OCAA championships

The Cambrian Golden Shield women’s volleyball team will face the Niagara Knights Thursday at the provincial championships. File photo.

Part of a near sweep of the cross-over games by the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association West Divis...

Feb 22, 2015

1-goal lead not enough to keep Wolves in the win column

Danny Desrochers takes one of the 35 shots the Sudbury Wolves put on net against Barrie Colts netminder Daniel Gibl on Sunday. The Colts won 7-4 in Sudbury. Photo by Arron Pickard.

A one-goal lead in the second period wasn't enough to secure victory for the Sudbury Wolves Sunday w...

Feb 21, 2015

Why do these girls love ringette so much?

Ringette players often suit up for two or three different teams each year. Photo by Scott Haddow.

Perhaps it's because the sport of ringette owes its very origins to this neck of the woods — first e...

Feb 21, 2015

Three silvers and one bronze for CSCNO basketballers

 The Griffons from École secondaire du Sacré-Coeur (Sudbury) claimed the silver medal in the Boys Division B. Supplied photo.

Four Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario teams returned to Greater Sudbury with medals fro...

Feb 21, 2015

Wolves win 2-1 against Kitchener

Goalie Sam Tanguay stole the show Feb. 20, leading the Wolves to a 2-1 win over the Rangers. Photo by Aaron Bell/OHL Images

The Sudbury Wolves were at home Friday night to host the Kitchener Rangers for the one and only time...

Feb 20, 2015

Heartbreak: Horgan so close, but misses Scotties playoffs

Tracy Horgan (centre) smiles with teammates Jennifer Horgan (left) and Amanda Gates during Team Northern Ontario's match today against Team Canada. Photo: CCA / Andrew Klaven

Tracy Horgan, Jennifer Horgan, Jenna Enge and Amanda Gates have done something amazing.For the first...

Feb 20, 2015

Sudbury dominates at northern volleyball finals (5 photos)

The Lo-Ellen Park Secondary School senior girls volleyball team dropped Sault Ste. Marie's Superior Heights Secondary to win the Northern Ontario Secondary School Association volleyball final Feb. 19. All photos by Kenneth Armstrong

A string of Northern Ontario Secondary School Association (NOSSA) events locally kicked off on Thurs...

Feb 20, 2015

Horgan rink battling for playoff spot

Tracy Horgan and crew lost to Manitoba's Jennifer Jones rink yesterday afternoon. Today they take on Rachel Homan and Team Canada to determine playoff spots. CCA / Andrew Klaven

Sudbury's Tracy Horgan rink is battling this morning for the last playoff spot at the 2015 Scotties ...

Feb 19, 2015

Sons out as Trappers advance in GMNL playoffs

The Nickel City Sons were ousted from the Great North Midget League this week after losing their series with the North Bay Trappers. File photo

Leading 2-1 after two periods and with a series victory in sight, the North Bay Trappers turned to a...

Feb 19, 2015

Wolves drop 8-3 contest to the Hounds (4 photos)

Wolves goalie Troy Timpano watches the puck as it slides toward his pad during the team's Feb. 18 losing effort against the Soo Greyhounds. Photo by Ken Armstrong

SAULT STE. MARIE, ONT. – Opening the scoring was about the best part of the night for the Sudbury Wo...

Feb 19, 2015

Horgan rink in fourth after morning win

Tracy Horgan and crew take on Manitoba powerhouse Jennifer Jones this afternoon as the round robin portion of the 2015 Scotties Tournament of Hearts comes to close. CCA / Andrew Klaven

Sudbury's Tracy Horgan rink's morning win over Team Ontario's Julie Hastings means Team Northern Ont...

Feb 19, 2015

Horgan rink now at 4-3 with three games to go

Tracy Horgan and crew scored two big wins yesterday and are now tied for the final playoff slot with three games still to go. CCA / Andrew Klaven

Not all wins are created equal. Which is why Tracy Horgan, Jennifer Horgan, Jenna Enge and Amanda Ga...

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