One of the Lakehead Thunderwolves’ top scorers won’t be back with the university men’s hockey team next season.
Ironically, Canada’s Death Race 2020 met the same fate as many recent sporting events. The 125-kilometre trek held in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains met its own demise due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the township of Terrace Bay gave the green flag for the Superior Classics Car Club’s June Test N Tune event, drag racers from around the district revved their engines in anticipation and registrations began to roll in.
While it has been two decades since the Thunder Bay Flyers competed in the United States Hockey League, some of the talent those local squads produced, as well as some exceptional players that skated for opposition sides, were among the best-ever junior A talent to grace the ice at Fort Will…
Although there are encouraging signs that things may be heading in the right direction, soccer, like the rest of the world, is set on the pause button due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Newfoundland Growlers of the ECHL doled out their year-end awards last week via social media and Thunder Bay’s Todd Skirving was a popular choice among the club’s faithful.
Exactly 25 years ago, on April 29, 1995, the Thunder Bay Senators hoisted the Colonial Cup, in front of a sold-out throng at a jubilant Fort William Gardens to capture their third Colonial Hockey League crown in four years.
The collective brain trust of the Kam River Fighting Walleye are doing their best to prepare for their inaugural season in the Superior International Junior Hockey League — barriers and all.
The recognition keeps piling up for Thunder Bay’s Nicholas DeGrazia. The 17-year-old has been named one of five finalists for the Canadian Junior Hockey League’s Top Rookie Award for 2019-20.
AS A child, you dream of going to an NHL game. For some, that dream was fulfilled long ago. It is, however, a unique experience to know and care about one of the players on the ice.
EFFORTS on and off the ice have earned Thunder Bay’s Nolan Nicholas a tremendous honour. Last week it was announced that Nicholas had been selected as the 2019-20 senior CLASS award winner in NCAA Division One men’s hockey in the United States.
Lakehead University’s men’s basketball team is benefitting from the success of the St. Ignatius Falcons high school program with the signing of Thunder Bay’s Ethan Willmore.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves women’s volleyball team is proud to announce the final additions to the 2020-21 roster as Cayleigh Fossum, from Gorham, and Hannah Gingera of Dauphin, Man., commit to joining the squad in the upcoming season.
The Superior International Junior Hockey League announced Tuesday that Thunder Bay North Stars forward Hunter Foreshew has been named its Scholastic Player of the Year for 2019-20.
With each passing day there are more and more difficult decisions being made by sport organizers concerning the future of their events due to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 virus.
On March 16, U Sports issued a three-week moratorium on all in-person recruiting due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That will likely be extended as social distancing roars on.
The Canadian Olympic Committee has announced that they will not be sending their athletes to this year’s games, even if there is a lift on the sanctions and the event goes ahead.