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Ken Pagan

Ken Pagan

Ken Pagan is a former sports editor, reporter and avid supporter of local sports who lived in North Bay from 2002 to 2012. He now lives and remains active in Hamilton.

Recent Work by Ken

Marquardt hangs up skates to join coaching staff in Seattle

Marquardt hangs up skates to join coaching staff in Seattle

'I’ve always had an interest in the coaching and developmental side of things and working with younger players'
Brunette, Proulx establishing themselves as prospects

Brunette, Proulx establishing themselves as prospects

Former Trappers teammates Reece Proulx and Ben Brunette impressed at CJHL Prospects game
Craft proud to wear the ‘C’ in Top Prospects Game

Craft proud to wear the ‘C’ in Top Prospects Game

'My Dad played junior hockey here and I’m fortunate to get the opportunity to get a game in here as well'
Like Father, like son

Like Father, like son

Second-generation Vescio following original Centennial’s path
Allair making mark on championship contender in Caledonia

Allair making mark on championship contender in Caledonia

'It’s a great organization here and we get treated well'
O’Donnell takes unique path to the NHL

O’Donnell takes unique path to the NHL

Time spent at Nipissing critical in opening door as a referee
Roy proving capable in an OHL net with Bulldogs

Roy proving capable in an OHL net with Bulldogs

'I’m seeing pucks from the point pretty well and the defence is doing a great job boxing guys out and letting me see the puck'
North Bay quartet making a little history with Bulldogs

North Bay quartet making a little history with Bulldogs

'We’ve grown up in hockey together from the start, so sometimes it’s kind of funny'
Another year of pro hockey in the Stars for Matt Marquardt

Another year of pro hockey in the Stars for Matt Marquardt

Marquardt back for his 11th season of pro hockey
Calder Cup would be nice reward for North Bay’s Taylor

Calder Cup would be nice reward for North Bay’s Taylor

Taylor is hopeful of another head coaching opportunity somewhere down the line but is focused on the task at hand with the Calder Cup within reach