Devastation, distinction: Battle of Beaumont-Hamel is etched in ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
The psychology of war in Atlantic Canada: war wounds beyond the ...
Letters To Santa
CINDY DAY: Daytime moonlight
Provincial scholarship recipients from class of 2018
Lending a helping hand in Gander
EDITORIAL: To the highest bidder
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Science that should surprise no one
The Central Voice
Rocky Harbour's Nathan Ellsworth happy to be back in the game again
Josephine Snooks-Pearcey giving back to her community as a 'Royal' volunteer
Deer Lake's Thomas Chaulk focused on making his last shot count
Former Quebec junior hockey star Kurt Etchegary suiting up for Corner Brook Royals
Gander Bay teen playing for New Brunswick’s Rothesay Netherwood School in Midwest Prep Hockey League
Stephenville's Olivia Henley enjoys the connection made with teammate who inspired her
Olivia Henley heard a lot of good things about the hockey skillset of Heather Richards when she made the switch from figure skating to female hockey. Richards, a St. Anthony native, was one of the female athletes who was getting recognized for ...
Thursday night's West Coast Senior Hockey League player draft results
Results from Thursday night’s player draft featuring former Deer Lake Red Wings players that were still interested in playing in the West Coast Senior Hockey League: 1st round Stephenville – Luke Parsons Port aux Basques — ...
Corner Brook's Jordan King prepares for life beyond hockey
Jordan King no longer has aspirations of breaking into the National Hockey League, but he’s not ruling out playing professionally in Europe, or anywhere else for that matter. He’s taking the attitude that if it happens, that’s ...
Irishtown's Brandon Crewe hoping gig with Growlers start to something special
Brandon Crewe doesn’t have any free time on his hands because the rink has become his second home and that’s just fine with him. Crewe, a 24-year-old native of Irishtown, never played a game of ice hockey in his life, but he can now ...
Corner Brook coach says there's no place for hazing in hockey
Shaved eye brows. Shaved private body parts. That’s some of the hazing episodes Newfoundland and Labrador Hockey Hall of Famer Juan Strickland was exposed to as a 16-year-old playing university hockey with the Dalhousie Tigers back in the ...
Corner Brook Royals, Western Kings equipment manager/trainer Brandon Crewe helping out with Newfoundland Growlers for the week
Brandon Crewe made his professional debut on Tuesday night. Crewe was called in to help out an undermanned staff with the ECHL’s Newfoundland Growlers for their next two home games in St. John’s, beginning with Tuesday night’s ...
Grand Falls-Windsor Blades dominate homecoming night
In what some may call the perfect start to their first home series of the season, the Grand Falls-Windsor Blades hit the ground running for their homecoming against the Straight Shore Beothics on Saturday night. Multi-point nights from Shawn ...
Lack of player interest at heart of Deer Lake Red Wings senior hockey departure
Game tickets were already printed. Team sponsors were in place. Management was ready to put in the work to keep the game alive. It seemed like everything was rosy for the Deer Lake Red Wings to return to the ice to defend its West Coast ...
Mayor Dean Ball sad to see Deer Lake Red Wings fold from senior hockey league
Mayor Dean Ball is proud of his Deer Lake Red Wings jersey, so he will keep it tucked away in a safe place for now with hopes the red and white will find its way back to senior hockey circles on the west coast. Ball is a big supporter of the Red ...
Corner Brook native Doug Grant included in Sportsnet anchor Ken Reid’s new book on hockey cards
Doug Grant never thought much about getting carded in his younger years, but he certainly appreciates the experience now. The introduction page for Doug Grant’s chapter in Ken Reid’s new book, which shows Grant’s rookie ...