The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are very disappointed in the decision by the CWSHL to hand a 3 game suspension to Cataract defenceman Rodi Short. In addition to the suspension itself we are particularly concerned about the way the announcement of the suspension was handled. The league executive voted on the suspension Tuesday evening. It was
It will be the Roebothan, McKay and Marshall Avalon Capitals against the C-B-N Stars for the St. John’s Junior Hockey League championship. The Capitals advanced to the best of seven final series with a 6-3 win over Mount Pearl Blades. They take the best of seven semi-final series four games to one. Game
Matthew Smith and his Coastal Chiropractic team advanced to the “A” final of the Bally Haly Super Curling League as they defeated Team Toby McDonald 6-3. Smith will face team Bill Jenkins in the “A” final next week. Gary Perry and his GFL Environmental squad earned a finals berth in the “B” section winning 6-3
Paradise native Sarah Davis has been named to Canada’s National women’s hockey team that will compete at the World championships March 28th to April 4th in Kamloops BC. Davis was part of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team to a gold medal at the 2010 IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship in Chicago. She is
Medical staff tend to Corner Brook player Ryan Salvis at the Joe Byrne Memorial Stafdium Rodi Short of the Cataracts has been handed a three game suspension by the Central West Senior Hockey League. The suspension comes after a hit in last weekend second game of the finals. Short was assessed a five
St. John’s native Teddy Purcell has been traded. Purcell goes to the Florida Panthers for a third round draft pick. Purcell has played in 61 games this season and has 11 goals and 21 assists for 32 points.
Trent Skanes and his McInnis Cooper Curling squad have earned a berth in the St. John’s Super League Curling final. Skanes and his crew defeated Andrew Symonds and his Therapeutic Services Physiotherapy team 7-3 in the semi-final. They will now face Team Rick Rowsell in the final next Wednesday at the Remax Center.
Paul Morgan scored 25 points leading ACW Law to a close 55-50 win over Atlantic Woodworking in Metro Basketball play Thursday night. Steve Gosse backed Morgan with 18 points. Bruce Helm had 19 points for Atlantic Woodworking. M5 beat George Street Beer Market 42-34. Dave Smith had 16 points to lead the winners. And John
Finally after four consecutive road losses the Ice Caps finish their six game road trip with a victory. They defeat Syracuse Crunch 5-1. Five players shared in the scoring. Charles Hudon, Joel Hanley, Travis Brown, Alexandre Ranger and Gabriel Dumont. Eddie Pasquale was in net for the win making 29 saves after having 30
Bally Haly Super Curling League results from Tuesday Bill Jenkins and his team advanced to the final in section A as they defeated Toby McDonald 8-4. Matthew Smith defeated Greg Smith 6-3 and will play McDonald in the “A” semi-final next week. In the “B” section, Neil Jacobs moved on to the final as