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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

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
Garagan, Bulldogs confident heading into Memorial Cup

Garagan, Bulldogs confident heading into Memorial Cup

'We have a great group of guys heading there and it couldn’t be more exciting'
Garagan helping in Hamilton’s historic OHL title hunt

Garagan helping in Hamilton’s historic OHL title hunt

'I think we’re all pretty excited. We’ve been building toward this all season and we’ve definitely taken advantage of our opportunities and now we’re here in the OHL final. It’s pretty wild'
Peroff discovering new passion behind the bench

Peroff discovering new passion behind the bench

'I was hoping – not expecting, but hoping – it would turn out this way'
Point building on gold-medal experience with Canada

Point building on gold-medal experience with Canada

'I haven’t really had much time to take it all in. I had my night, but then I came back here and played the next day and had to jump right back in to Colgate hockey'
Hunter’s hopes high for taking next step to pro football

Hunter’s hopes high for taking next step to pro football

'I am ready to pursue my next dream: to play on Sundays'
Lacelle makes the most of university baseball experience

Lacelle makes the most of university baseball experience

'The big thing is preparing your arm and body because it’s a short season but there are 20 games we play in those two months'
New Canadian Football Hall of Famer handed out a lot of North Bay thank-you's

New Canadian Football Hall of Famer handed out a lot of North Bay thank-you's

'We had a great time in high school football'
Huard’s next step a big one, jumping across the pond

Huard’s next step a big one, jumping across the pond

'I am pretty stoked about going and hopefully, starting a career over in Europe'
T​​​​​​​opolie continuing to leave his mark on Toronto baseball

T​​​​​​​opolie continuing to leave his mark on Toronto baseball

'I have three championship rings and all I can tell the players is how we did it and how awesome it feels and the brotherhood and the family you become after you win a championship'