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Rob Degagne will head up the Thunder Bay Kings’ return to the major midget AAA hockey scene next year.

The Superior International Junior Hockey League is on the verge of landing in Kenora.

Three members of the National Development Centre Thunder Bay were part of the Ontario men’s relay cross-country ski team to win gold Saturday at the Canada Winter Games.

The Fort Frances Muskies won the first game against Thunder Bay’s Westgate Tigers in a best-of-three series to crown the NWOSSAA senior girls volleyball champions.

Dylan Cusmano scored a natural hat trick over the first and second periods and the Dryden GM Ice Dogs never looked back in a 6-3 over the Fort Frances Lakers in Superior International Junior Hockey Le

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