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Halliday is a happy Cat

Tyler Halliday could have found employment elsewhere, but when the trade bell tolled, Prince George became his city of choice.

Fury hits the road

What was a roster of 23, now sits at 22. And what was an extensive list of player options will be just 15 this weekend for the Prince George Fury, a pro soccer team about to make its maiden voyage.

Manning named Chilliwack captain

Brandon Manning is the new captain of the Chilliwack Bruins. Manning, a 19-year-old defenceman from Prince George, was given the 'C' after the Bruins dealt former captain Mitch McColm to the Regina Pats at the Western Hockey League trade deadline.
Giants step on Cats' tails

Giants step on Cats' tails

If there's such a thing as a good loss, this was it. The Prince George Cougars played an inspired and bruising brand of hockey against the Vancouver Giants Friday night at CN Centre but weren't rewarded on the scoreboard for their efforts.

Blizzard skaters heading to Fort St. John

A blustery north wind might blow cool next weekend in Fort St. John, but weather will not be a concern for a group of Prince George Blizzard Speed skating club members tracking down provincial titles.

Great conditions expected for ski race

Rain is never conducive to cross-country ski racing. The go together like oil and water.

NHL has separate levels of accountability

LINEUP CARD COLUMN by Jim Swanson, Citizen Sports Editor We're all Canucks fans, aren't we? Well, if not, you should be. Canucks faithful or not, you should be wondering if the NHL took Alex Burrows seriously.

Polars freeze visitors from Brentwood

On the ice, the Prince George secondary Polars were hardly hospitable.
New-look lineup, same old result

New-look lineup, same old result

Life is rarely a holiday when you're a last-place hockey team. Just ask the Prince George Cougars -- even the return of Tyler Halliday failed to restore joy in Mudville.

An icy battle of brothers

Clarke Breitkreuz of the Cougars meets brother Brett, a Giant, tonight at CN Centre Brett Breitkreuz better keep his head up tonight when he steps onto CN Centre ice to face the Prince George Cougars.
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