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Cougs get back into win column

Cougs get back into win column

Rookie defenceman Keaton Dowhaniuk scored his first career WHL goal and Prince George Cougar veterans Majid Kaddoura and Tyson Upper collected their first goals of the season in a 5-2 win Friday over the Victoria Royals in Kelowna.
Rookie goalie Grant stones Cents

Rookie goalie Grant stones Cents

Spruce \Kings face first-place Chiefs on Saturday
Bounce-back shutout victory for the Prince George Spruce Kings

Bounce-back shutout victory for the Prince George Spruce Kings

Kobe Grant stops all 19 shots in 5-0 win, Christian Buono recorded three points
Prince George golf pro Ann Holmes part of 2021 induction class to UBC Sports Hall of Fame

Prince George golf pro Ann Holmes part of 2021 induction class to UBC Sports Hall of Fame

She coached 2000-01 T-Birds to national championship a step below NCAA
Prince George's Brooklyn Hutchings commits to Trinity Western women's hockey for 2022-23 season

Prince George's Brooklyn Hutchings commits to Trinity Western women's hockey for 2022-23 season

School recently earned a promotion to Canada's top level of collegiate athletics
Prince George Spruce Kings held off scoresheet a second time in 2021 by Chiefs

Prince George Spruce Kings held off scoresheet a second time in 2021 by Chiefs

Mathieu Caron stands tall once more
Two active WHL goalies have reached 4K career saves. Prince George Cougars' Taylor Gauthier is one of them

Two active WHL goalies have reached 4K career saves. Prince George Cougars' Taylor Gauthier is one of them

That's a lot of pucks!
Kamloops clobbers Cougars

Kamloops clobbers Cougars

The Prince George Cougars saw their two-game win streak come to an abrupt end Wednesday, thanks to a 5-0 pasting at the hands of the Kamloops Blazers.
Prince George Cougars' short win-streak doused by Kamloops Blazers

Prince George Cougars' short win-streak doused by Kamloops Blazers

Taylor Gauthier makes 35 saves in 5-0 loss
Prince George to now host Canada's best native fastball teams in 2022 due to COVID-19

Prince George to now host Canada's best native fastball teams in 2022 due to COVID-19

This is the second postponement during pandemic after city awarded event in 2020