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Veteran NOJHL coach Dave Clancy joins the ranks of Rayside Balfour Canadians

Veteran NOJHL coach Dave Clancy joins the ranks of Rayside Balfour Canadians

Team is preparing to face off against Espanola Express on Sept. 16 in Chelmsford
Top golfers set to tee off in Idylwylde’s 73rd invitational on Friday

Top golfers set to tee off in Idylwylde’s 73rd invitational on Friday

It’s the longest-running match-play championship in Canada, says the golf course
2nd round draft pick Alex Assadourian commits to the Wolves

2nd round draft pick Alex Assadourian commits to the Wolves

‘I'm so excited to take the next step in my hockey career’
League to require 'all OHL community members' to be fully vaccinated prior to season

League to require 'all OHL community members' to be fully vaccinated prior to season

Those involved with the league on almost every level will have to show proof of full vaccination two weeks prior to the start of the season
Sudbury Five head coach Logan Stutz is moving on

Sudbury Five head coach Logan Stutz is moving on

He is the new director of player development for the Boston College Eagles basketball team
Sudbury Wolves tap alumnus Craig Duncanson as new head coach

Sudbury Wolves tap alumnus Craig Duncanson as new head coach

Duncanson was most recently the coach of the now-defunct Laurentian Voyageurs men’s hockey team
NOJHL teams competing in Vaccine Playoff to encourage people to get the shot

NOJHL teams competing in Vaccine Playoff to encourage people to get the shot

Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League (NOJHL) is teaming up with five northern health units to host a friendly ‘Vaccine Playoff’ competition
Laurentian pool's local economic impact 'immense', facility must re-open coaches argue

Laurentian pool's local economic impact 'immense', facility must re-open coaches argue

Coaches of the three major users of the Jeno Tihanyi Olympic Gold Pool also dispute university claim needs millions in repairs, saying without users thousands of dollars a month are wasted keeping it functional
Canadians excited to hit the ice, but holding off on selling tickets just yet

Canadians excited to hit the ice, but holding off on selling tickets just yet

‘In our view,  it is not fair to sell tickets for any event until we are able to provide full disclosure as to what the actual games and the hockey season will look like,’ says Blaine Smith, team’s managing director
University sports will proceed with move to reduce divisions, shorten schedules

University sports will proceed with move to reduce divisions, shorten schedules

Governing body for university sport in the province says hockey will drop from 28 to 20 games, while basketball teams will play 16 instead of 22 games.