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It's up to the hockey fans

P.G.’s attempt to lure Memorial Cup depends on attendance

Too little, too late for Team WHL

For the first time in Subway Super Series hockey history, Russia rules. Team Russians made it official Thursday night at CN Centre with a convincing 5-2 win over Team WHL.

Subway Super Series summary

Subway Super Series Thursday summary At CN Centre in Prince George Team Russia 5 at Team WHL 2 First Period 1. Russia, Bocharov, 17:20 Penalties -- Panarin Rus (high-sticking) McNabb WHL (holding) 2:36, MacKenzie WHL (elbowing) 12:33.

Three Cougars are world-class

Troy Bourke and Josh Smith will be playing hookey from their hockey duties with the Prince George Cougars.

UNBC men raising their banner

The first national championship banner in the history of the UNBC basketball program is about to be elevated to its permanent home.

Cariboo blueliner up for academic award

The Cariboo Cougars have nominated team member Sam Brennan for a major academic award. The Cats have put Brennan's name forward for a scholarship sponsored by the Mac's AAA Midget Hockey Tournament.

Tickets all but gone for Super Series game

Leave home early. Getting into the CN Centre parking lot on Thursday night will take some extra time.

Co-Ed soccer tournament kicking into action

The arrival of snow and cold can only mean one thing -- it's time to play some soccer. When games can be contested inside the comfortable confines of the Northern Sport Centre fieldhouse, the weather conditions outside are irrelevant.

Condors soar at volleyball zones

The flight path of the Duchess Park Condors kept them well out of reach of the North Peace Oscars. The Condors are this season's junior boys volleyball zone champions after a relatively easy victory against the Fort St. John-based Oscars.

Senior girls slug it out on the court

If the North Peace Ookapiks and PGSS Polars meet in the final of their next tournament, a spot in provincials will go to the winner.