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Bears heading to Port Hope Hockey Tournament

The St. Joseph-Scollard Hall Bears hockey team will be competing in the Trinity College Invitational Hockey Tournament in Port Hope, Ontario from January 7th to the 9th. They play two games on Friday, starting in the afternoon (2 p.m.

A North Bay goalie coach is an overseas success story

Tom Hedican alongside Montreal Canadiens goalie Cristobal Huet. The North Bay native was his goalie coach in Lugano of the Swiss Elite League. Many of us commute to work every day, but none of us can compare our travels to those of Tom Hedican.

NDA Hockey Stats

NDA HOCKEY STANDINGS As of Dec. 20-04 GP W L T Algonquin 12 7 3 2 16 West Ferris 9 6 1 2 14 Widdifield 9 3 3 3 9 St.Joseph-Scollard Hall 11 3 6 2 8 Chippewa 11 2 8 1 5 Leading Scorers G A Pts.

Skyhawks shut out Wolves

The North Bay Skyhawks finish 2004 on a positive note Thursday night as they shut out the last place Sudbury Northern Wolves 5-0 in NOJHL action.

Kerr 's goal scoring record on hold

KERR’S RECORD CHASE IS ON HOLD..

Nighbor Named to Attend European Tour

Canmore Alberta - North Bay's David Nighbor has been named to the European OPA Cup/U23 Championship Team by Cross Country Canada.

Auld helps Canada to win at Spengler Cup

Former North Bay Centennials goalie Alex Auld stopped 33 shots as Canada's National Team defeated Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the Russian Super League 5-2 in Canada's opening game of the Spengler Cup tournament.

Kerr gets assist but still a goal away

North Bay Native Kevin Kerr will have to wait another night to break the all time minor pro goal scoring record. Kerr, had an assist on Sunday afternoon for the Flint Generals of the United Hockey League against the Motor City Mechanics.

Former Centennial goaltender heading to Spengler Cup

Alex Auld will get his second chance to play for his country overseas. Photo courtesy the Manitoba Moose. Former Centennial goaltender Alex Auld, will join Team Canada for the Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzerland beginning December 26th, 2004.

North Bay Hockey Legend Pete Palangio dead at 96

North Bay hockey icon Pete Palangio, who was the oldest living Montreal Canadien, passed away in his sleep at 4 a.m. on Christmas Eve at the age of 96, in his North Bay home.