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Athletics fall to Greyhounds in Game 1

The North Bay Athletics dropped the opener of their semi-final series 6-1 to the Soo Greyhounds Saturday night at the Rankin arena in Sault Ste. Marie.

Skyhawks double Beavers

The North Bay Skyhawks fell behind 2-0 early in the first period but where able to bounce back with 4 unanswered goals to defeat the Blind River Beavers 4-2 Saturday night in Elliot Lake.

Trappers win game two of quarter finals

Kyle Willard had two goals as the North Bay Trappers defeated the Valley East Cobras 5-3 Saturday night at Ray Plourde arena to take a commanding 2-0 lead in the best of 5 Great North Midget League quarter final series.

NHL Deal not done -- Season remains cancelled

Despite numerous media reports that a deal would be reached Saturday at a meeting in New York between the NHL and it's players, the two sides came out of 6 1/2 hours of meetings still apparently miles away from a deal.

Omischl captures first world cup gold of season

SAUZE D'OULX, Italy (CP-AP) -- Steve Omischl of North Bay, Ont., and Kyle Nissen of Calgary led Canada to a 1-2 finish in a World Cup aerials event Saturday on the course for next year's Turin Olympics. Omischl finished with career-high score of 256.

Trappers take game one of playoff series

The North Bay Trappers took a bite out of the Valley East Cobras Friday night, sliding by the Sudbury area Snakes 5-4 at Ray Plourde arena. Adam Avison scored the game winner in overtime to break the 4-4 deadlock.

Skyhawks fly past Sabrecats (updated)

Skyhawks Dustin McCrank and David Frawley talk with officials during a penalty filled 4-1 Skyhawks win. Photo by Todd Vandonk.

HOCKEY NEWS REPORTS NHL SEASON SAVED!

The Hockey News is reporting that the NHL and the NHLPA have agreed in principle to a deal which includes a $45 million dollar salary cap. However, "The Score" is reporting that the NHLPA has denied the report.

Trappers start playoff drive Friday night

The Trappers are going to rely on Andre Laperriere to take them deep into the Great North Midget League playoffs. Photo by Chris Dawson.

Lakers playoff bound

The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association volleyball playoff schedules have been set as the regular season concluded Wednesday evening. The playoffs feature a single best of five sudden death match for a berth to the OCAA championships.