The newly-minted line of Jacob Brown, Cody Bruchkowski and Jett Leishmann combined for three goals and four assists and Jordan Smith stopped 36 of 38 shots as the Thunder Bay North Stars eked out a 4-2 win over the Wisconsin Lumberjacks in Superior International Junior Hockey League action a…
The U18 rink of Matt Duizer, Jackson Dubinsky, Adam Wiersema and Brayden Sinclair pulled the upset of the night in Draw 9 action of the Tbaytel Major League of Curling Wednesday night at the Port Arthur Curling Club.
Cody Bruchkowski had a game for the ages, scoring five goals as the Thunder Bay North Stars ended a five-game funk in dominant fashion with a 7-4 win over the Dryden Ice Dogs at Fort William Gardens on Friday.
AS USUAL, it’s always nice to start with news on one of Thunder Bay’s own. Congratulations to former Chill youth player Alex Pike and his Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norse who went all the way to the regional finals, only to lose in a penalty shootout after double overtime solved no…
Yes, the Lakehead Thunderwolves are very much in the playoff mix in the Ontario University Athletics men’s hockey scene. But no, they are not happy with failing to consistently put a full 60 minutes together every game.
The Tracey Larocque rink from the Fort William Curling Club and the Ben Mikkelsen foursome from the Port Arthur Curling Club travel to Leduc, Alta., this weekend where the two Thunder Bay teams will represent Northern Ontario at the Canadian club championships starting on Nov. 25.
The Thunder Bay North Stars have a double date today. They’ll be practicing early this morning on a fresh sheet of Fort William Gardens ice before their rematch with the Thief River Falls Norskies in the evening.
Bryanna Sutherland, left, of the Hammarskjold Vikings attempts to get around St. Ignatius Falcons’ Alyssa Kreiner during the championship final of the Thunder Bay high school junior girls basketball league on Thursday. Julia Gerry led the Vikings with 18 points as Hammarskjold defeated the F…
The Hammarskjold Vikings overcame a five-point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat the St. Pats Saints 60-56 in senior girls basketball action at the C.J. Sanders Fieldhouse.
Brendan Hall sprinted down the field — much like he did during most of Saturday’s Thunder Bay high school senior football final. Only this time it was during his Westgate Tigers’ post-championship celebration.
Members of the Westgate Tigers senior football team celebrate after winning the Thunder Bay high school championship on Saturday at Fort William Stadium. The Tigers upset the defending champion St. Ignatius Falcons 18-0. Evan Basalyga kicked four field goals and Brendan Hall added a touchdow…
In the great game of hockey, it’s all about teamwork. That’s exactly what happened when people from across Ontario came together to collect and deliver thousands of pieces of hockey equipment for youth in Northern Indigenous communities.
During the coin toss before their fifth and final set, opposing captains Aaron Hodgeson and Noah-Gabriel Rochon exchanged a smile and handshake and took a moment to admire what was happening between the Hammarskjold Vikings and the La Verendrye Viperes.
After nine regular season games, the Lakehead Thunderwolves sit in ninth place in the 10-team OUA West Division with a 3-5-1 record — just one point ahead of last place.
The stage had seemingly been set for a rematch between the St. Ignatius Falcons and the Hammarkjold Vikings for the Thunder Bay high school senior football championship.
Thunder Bay’s Andy Paulusma, right, gets a bonus autograph from former Winnipeg Jets superstar Teemu Selanne during a book signing at Indigo on Wednesday as Paulusma’s daughter, Charlotte, looks on. Selanne, a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, released his autobiography entitled My Life and…
Business as usual for the Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s hockey team these days means rolling out another contending team that hopes to win a third U.S. college championship in the last four years come this spring.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves blew a pair of two-goal leads as the Windsor Lancers scored three unanswered markers in the third period to put the Wolves down 5-3 at Fort William Gardens on Friday night.
The Thunder Bay Minor Hockey Association kicked off their 2019-2020 campaign this past week with the first four games of a schedule that will see over 500 regular season and playoff games played in the next six months.
Cody Bruchowski scored a hat trick and assisted on two others as the Thunder Bay North Stars handed the Red Lake Miners their first Superior International Junior Hockey League loss of the season, an 8-3 decision at Fort William Gardens.
The 44th season for the Tbaytel Major League of Curling kicked off with the opening of draw of the 14-team round robin series Wednesday at the Port Arthur Curling Club.
Since the last time I penned my column, the Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame has welcomed in our newest slate of inductees with the class of 2019 officially entering the hallowed hall on Sept. 28.
Zakk Howell and Owen Thompson, left, of the Superior Collegiate Gryphons go for a block as Hammarskjold’s John Whitfield tries to put the ball over the net during play in the Thunder Bay high school junior boys volleyball league on Tuesday. The Vikings swept the match 25-10, 25-19, 25-22 to …
Special teams came to the fore as the Thunder Bay North Stars hosted its long-awaited home opener in style, defeating the Thief River Falls Norskies 3-1 at Fort William Gardens.
Champagne flows as members of the Galaxy Lanes Athletics celebrate winning the Thunder Bay senior men’s baseball championship on Tuesday night at Baseball Central. The A’s captured their first league crown since 2006 by defeating the defending champion 2-0 to the capture the best-of-seven se…
Trevor Stewardson and Paul Wragg both know the feeling of representing their country — and coming home with medals. On Saturday, their pride and memories shone bright one more time.