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Canucks in Prince George?

City resident wants NHL team to bring its training camp north

Stanfield traded to Silvertips

And then there were four. Parker Stanfield got caught up in a numbers game and as a result, he's no longer a Prince George Cougar.

Cougars crash Ice's party

The Prince George Cougars scored three unanswered goals in the final 20 minutes to torch the Kootenay Ice 6-3 Wednesday.

Kings clobbered in Cowichan

The Prince George Spruce Kings' winning streak has ended -- one game after it began. The Kings dropped a 7-4 decision to the Cowichan Valley Capitals Wednesday night in Duncan to start a four-game roadtrip.

Making the pitch for baseball nationals

Virginia Sprangers is going to bat for Prince George baseball this weekend.

Goodrich good, Balazs blasts

Emma Balazs and Sam Goodrich finished at the front of the pack during a weekend cross-country running race in Vanderhoof.

Unlacing his boots

A familiar face on local soccer pitches, Terry Carter calls it a day

Midget females optimistic despite losses

In their season-opening games, the Bursey Buryn Cougars didn't get the results they wanted. They did do enough things well, however, that head coach Jason Garneau is looking forward to a successful season. The Cougars, who skate in the B.C.

Roadrunners show their grit

The Kelly Road Roadrunners said 'no' to being road kill.

Cariboo Cats take down Hawks

With four wins in four games, the Valley West Hawks had been flying high. The Cariboo Cougars caused them a sudden drop in altitude. Saturday and Sunday in the Lower Mainland, the Cats handed the Hawks their first two losses of the B.C.
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