After a second place finish earlier in the week, figure skater Kaetlyn Osmond placed fourth overall following the free skate at the ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in Gangneung, South Korea on Saturday. The 21-year-old, from Marystown, fell during her routine and finished shy of the podium with a total segment score
The Stacie Curtis rink has two wins and no losses at the Scotties tournament of hearts. Curtis scored a huge five in the fourth end and defeated British Columbia 10-5 in her second game on Sunday. She won her opening game 7-4 over Saskatchewan. Monday she plays Northern Ontario at 12:30 island
An Interesting article on ESPN about Newfoundlander Ryan Clowe. He had his playing career end with several concussions. But he now has focused on being a coach and it is looking good. http://www.espn.com/nhl/story/_/id/18605483/nhl-forced-concussions-stop-playing-former-san-jose-sharks-new-jersey-devils-agitator-ryane-clowe-finds-stride-coach
The 2017 provincial Triple A Midget hockey playoffs will begin Friday. Five teams will be in Deer Lake for the championships. Host-Western, Central Thunder, Tri Pen Ice, Northern Huskies and Eastern are the teams entered. The tournament will feature a single round robin with a championship game on Sunday.
Tyler Boland of St. John’s who played with Rimouski, Océanic continues to lead the scoring race in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Boland has played in 55 games and has 40 goals and 50 assists for 90 points. Included in his goals he has 12 power play markers and one short handed
The blog 25 Stanley said in its podcast that the Montreal Canadiens are interested in a Newfoundland hockey player in the Quebec Major Junior hockey League. The blog says It seems that the Habs GM Marc Bergevin has an eye on a player who’s having an excellent season, Tyler Boland of the Rimouski
Local sports statistician and author Jerry “Stats “ Elliott has now published his fourth and what he is calling his final book NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR SENIOR HOCKEY–A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE’ The book will sell for 25 dollars a copy and 30 dollars a copy if ordered by mail. If you are
The Canadian Hockey League has announced that QMJHL Top Scorer Tyler Boland of the Rimouski Oceanic is the CHL Player of the Week for the week ending January 29 after scoring three goals and nine assists for 12 points in three games with a plus-minus rating of plus-6. Boland extended his personal point-streak
The Corner Brook Royals are getting prepared for the new Amateur West Coast Senior Hockey League which starts next month. The Royals will hold an open workout on Thursday night at 10:30 and a second one next Thurdsay also at 10:30 at the Civic Center.
There is a major dart tournament on at the C-L-B on Harvey Road . The Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Classic is on. Two big names will be playing in the tournament. John Norman of Shea Heights who recently got his pro ranking will be entered. Norman will be in action Sunday as the