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Rockets blast past Cougars

Tyson Barrie's nose for the net couldn't come at a better time for the Kelowna Rockets. The 18-year-old defenceman finally brought the smell of victory back to the Rockets Friday night at CN Centre.

Desperate times for Spruce Kings

The Prince George Spruce Kings don't need to check the standings. It doesn't matter if you're first on the ladder or on the eighth-place rung the Spruce Kings now occupy, the will to win every game is required to be successful.

Blizzard warning for Fort St. John ice oval

There aren't many 400-metre speed skating rinks in Canada that offer snow-proof and wind-proof conditions as well as a virtually flawless ice surface. Fort St.
Going downhill, and fast

Going downhill, and fast

Local alpine racers excited for weekend slalom event at Purden Alix Wells is making no bones about it, she wants to be a provincial alpine champion.

Dandeneau shines for UNBC women

After a chilly start, Kady Dandeneau and the UNBC Northern Timberwolves cranked up the heat on the Kwantlen Polytechnic University Eagles.

UNBC teams pleased to be home for awhile

Finally, a homestand. The UNBC Northern Timberwolves basketball teams didn't exactly have favourable schedules in the first half of the B.C. Colleges Athletic Association season.

'C' is for Thiessen

Bidlevskii surrenders Cougars' captaincy to overager Garrett Thiessen grew up as a minor hockey player hoping he would one day set sail as a major junior defenceman with the Prince George Cougars. He not only did that, now he's captain of the ship.

Signed, sealed, no delivery

Cougars staying put, agree to 10-year CN Centre lease with City of Prince George CN Centre was built to house a Western Hockey League team and will continue to do so for at least the next eight years as a result of a long-term lease agreement announc
All for Mike

All for Mike

Kitimat family sacrifices so 14-year-old can chase his hockey dreams A 10-minute drive. For most minor hockey players and their parents, that's what it takes to get to the rink on time for practices.

P.G. wrestlers earn berths at Canadians

A total of eight local teenaged wrestlers have booked entry for nationals.