THUNDER BAY, Ont. — The Kam River Fighting Walleye of the Superior International Junior Hockey League have announced the addition of Rylan Henley as assistant coach for their inaugural 2020-21 season.
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FORT FRANCES, Ont. - The Fort Frances Lakers of the Superior International Junior Hockey League have announced their initial NCAA Division III commitment for the season.
Lakers' forward Stone Stelzl has been recruited to attend school at Castleton University in Vermont where the Spartans are members of the New England Hockey Conference.
Dryden GM Ice Dogs
Jacob Anthony Selkirk College (BCIHL)
Curtis Magas, Selkirk College (BCIHL)
Fort Frances Lakers
Stone Stelzl Castleton (NEHC)
Red Lake Miners
Zach Willms, Fredonia State (SUNYAC)
Thief River Falls Norskies
Joe Collins, (F) Hamline (MIAC)
Isaac Baron, (F) Hamline (MIAC)
Cory Checco, (F) Lawrence (NCHA)
The Emo Express hockey board has chosen to cancel the annual hockey banquet all together. This is due to the Covid-19 outbreak. The board realizes everyone will miss the banquet and look forward to the event next year.
2019/2020 was a great season of hockey.
The awards for the year go to the following players:
The Tony Bliss Award
Golf courses across the province have been given the green light on Monday to prepare for the upcoming season, and Huron Landing Golf Club will be ready for the first tee-time.
“We'll definitely be ready," said club manager Ashley Bruyere. "We've been working behind the scenes.”
THUNDER BAY- The Student Union of Confederation College Inc. (SUCCI) delivered a live online version of its annual Thunderhawks Athletic Awards Monday. This format offered an important venue to recognize the accomplishments of local and regional athletes and coaches.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - A trio of Thief River Falls Norskies of the Superior International Junior Hockey League will keep their playing careers going, while also continuing their education in the process.
The Norskies trio of 20-year-old forwards Joe Collins, Isaac Baron and Cory Checco have all earned NCAA Division III opportunities when hockey resumes.
THUNDER BAY, Ont. - Versatile Superior International Junior Hockey League skater Curtis Magas has earned the opportunity to continue his playing career, as well as further his education, as the Dryden GM Ice Dogs captain has committed to attend Selkirk College in British Columbia next season.
The Fort Frances Youth Soccer Board has decided to pull the plug on the upcoming season.
Message from the President: