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UNBC teams perfect on road

Both teams rolled to blowout victories on both nights. But, the real test for the UNBC Northern Timberwolves will be this coming weekend when they host the powerhouse Vancouver Island University Mariners in the final games of the regular season.

Megan's Whistler experience

Megan Tandy skipped the Olympic opening ceremonies Friday but did take part in the festivities that night at Whistler to celebrate with the biathletes, cross-country skiers, alpine skiers, ski jumpers and the sliding event athletes who have moved in

Paralympian's husband shines at Iceman

Three-time champion Jody Barber wasn't part of the 23rd annual Prince George Citizen Iceman and that's understandable.

Trojans second, but still advance

They fell short of zone gold. The D.P. Todd Trojans will, however, still have the opportunity to play for a provincial title. Friday night in Williams Lake, the D.P.

Canada's best - Megan leads the way

Megan Tandy expected her guts to be churning before she stepped into her skis Saturday for the first Olympic biathlon race of her young career. It wasn't like that at all. Wearing No.

Kings eliminated from BCHL playoffs

For only the second time in their 14-year history in the B.C. Hockey League, the Prince George Spruce Kings have missed the playoffs. A 7-0 loss to the Penticton Vees Sunday night in Penticton made that official.

Skating with the Braatens

Rob Braaten will have Cougars in his back yard tonight. The Braaten family, which resides in College Heights, was picked as the local winner of the nationwide Home Depot Back Yard Rink contest.

Fury split last home weekend

They moved the ball crisply, finished enough chances and defended well. Those three factors gave the Prince George Fury an upset victory against the Edmonton Drillers.

Cauldron delay led to crowd chant

LINEUP CARD OK, I have to start with a story that was told to me on Sunday. Chances are you watched Friday's opening ceremony -- two-thirds of Canadians did, according to TV ratings.

Ice, snow and water for Iceman

Peter Krause knew he'd have to swim to win Sunday's 23rd annual Prince George Citizen Iceman. He just didn't think his front crawl would become so useful on the ice oval.