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By Randy Pascal On Friday, May 15th, 2015

Paul Henderson in Sudbury May 21

Canadian hockey icon Paul Henderson will be paying a visit to Sudbury. The retired NHLer, most remembered for scoring the series-winning goal in the Canada-Russia clash of 1972, will be speaking at the Holiday Inn More...

Kristine Lalonde
By Randy Pascal On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Where are they now? Lalonde and Chaumont

  Kristine Lalonde Hard to believe that it’s been seven years already since Kristine Lalonde last suited up as a member of the Lasalle Lancers. The local product recently capped off a post-secondary career More...

Stephanie Pascal
By Randy Pascal On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

A parent’s pride: Trumping a journalist’s neutrality

As many who know me well can attest, I often find it hard to hide the deeply rooted enthusiasm I hold for local sports. Whether recounting the early exploits of elite competitors such as Rebecca Johnston or Ross More...

By Randy Pascal On Monday, April 27th, 2015

Sudbury Lady Wolves win Esso Cup

The Sudbury midget Lady Wolves are the 2015 Esso Cup champions. A pair of first-period goals from captain Karli Shell provided just enough offence, and netminder Danika Ranger took care of the rest, making 19 saves More...

By Randy Pascal On Tuesday, March 10th, 2015
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Where are they now? Gates, Serresse

  Jen Gates In Sudbury, it hasn’t been all that difficult to follow the ongoing development of our young curlers. It’s a well-documented fact that a number of them have enjoyed a great deal of success in More...

The Confederation Chargers  have been carving a spot for themselves amongst the SDSSAA competitive ranks. PHOTO SUPPLIED
By Randy Pascal On Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

Confederation charges into competitive fold

There was a time, not all that long ago, when the general reputation of Confederation Secondary School was challenging, to say the least. Sure, there have always been shining lights. But their accomplishments seemed More...

By Randy Pascal On Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

Rinkside: When Canada beat Russia

Sudbury is fast becoming the home of elite off-ice hockey officials. Almost five years ago, I enjoyed the privilege of being selected alongside my Sudbury Wolves working partner, Todd Guthrie, as one of 75 volunteers More...

Krysta Burns
By Randy Pascal On Friday, January 9th, 2015

Burns, Horgan rinks return to Jr. Canadian championships

Both the Krysta Burns and Tanner Horgan rinks will make a return trip to the M&M Meat Shops Junior Canadian Curling Championships later this month, but getting there was anything but a walk in the park for both More...

By Randy Pascal On Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Where are they now? Clement, Bryce

  Indigo Clement Indigo Clement knew it was time for a change, even if it meant facing the inevitable challenges. The graduate of Lockerby Composite is now a sophomore with the University of New Brunswick Sea More...

Cloe Lacasse
By Randy Pascal On Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Where are they now? – Lilly, Lacasse, Lahnalampi

  Evan Lilly Evan Lilly couldn’t have timed his entry into the university curling ranks any better. With the formalization of a national championship mid-stream, and the resetting of the eligibility time-clock, More...