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Ringette Champion in St. Marys

This past Easter weekend saw local resident Jessica Armstrong, a member of the Forest U19A ringette team, compete at the Eastern Canadian Ringette Championship in Montreal.  The U19A division was very well-balanced and featured the following teams:  Team Nova Scotia, Team Ontario (City of Ottawa), Team Quebec, host team St. Hubert and Forest.  Day one…

2017 NHL Playoff Predictions

Maple Leafs defeat Oilers to win Stanley Cup Predictions by Peyton Lobb (St. Marys Independent NHL Hockey Pool Winner) Peyton Lobb won the St. Marys Independent Hockey Pool by correctly predicting that the young Maple Leafs and Oilers would make huge strides forward this season. In the playoffs, 10-year-old Lobb predicts that the NHL’s youth…

Thursday Mixed Curling League season wraps up

The Thursday 9:00 pm Mixed Curling League presented the league trophy to the winning teams of the Fall and Winter Draws for the 2016-17 season. Pictured are Draw # 1 winners (above left) Dave Major, Murray Pink and Ian Grant.  Absent was Rose Creamer. Draw #2 winners (above right) were Dale Cook, Jackie DeNeve, Murray…

St. Marys Lincolns awards night

The St. Marys Lincolns recently held their awards night for the past season. Pictured above is Lincolns assistant coach Mark Bell presenting the Fan Appreciation Award to Alessio Luciani. The rest of the winners are listed below: Bert Stacey Memorial Award (Ability and Sportsmanship) – DANIEL CLOUTIER, D. R. Stevens Award (Leadership) – CHAD HEFFERNAN…

Hockey Canada follows SMMHA lead for young players

Smaller playing surfaces for 5-6 year olds mandated By Stewart Grant This week, Hockey Canada released a new mandate for five and six year olds requiring that these young hockey players learn the game “on cross-ice or half-ice surfaces” beginning with the 2017-18 season. Per Hockey Canada vice-president of membership development Paul Carson, “You would…

Extra Innings – News from the Hall Of Fame

Opening day in the major leagues is here.  The Blue Jays’ season kicks off on April 3 against The Orioles and their home opener takes place on Tuesday, April 11 against Milwaukee. But it seems that Montreal is the place for fans to be.  On March 25, the city hosted the third annual Montreal Baseball…