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Sudbury welcomes Canada's best

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.

Star players receive preferential treatment

Howdy OHL fans, it's time for another round of news, stats and happenings from around the league. Looks like the Wolves got a big boost from the return of Devin DiDiomete.

Wolves on two-game winning streak

The Sudbury Wolves dismantled the best and the worst of the OHL over the weekend to keep a firm grip on sixth place in the Eastern Conference. After a lethargic 1-0 loss to Sault Ste.

Beech burning brightly with playoffs looming

BY SCOTT HADDOW Kevin Beech doesn't just want to flicker in his role as the number 1 puck stopper for the Sudbury Wolves.

Duhamel sets sights on 2010 games

BY SCOTT HADDOW Meagan Duhamel will not let the disappointment of not making the 2006 Olympic Winter Games throw her off her game.

McGarry honoured by Junior Wolves

BY SCOTT HADDOW The Sudbury Junior Wolves paid tribute to their all-time leading scorer, and arguably the best player in franchise history, captain Brian McGarry on Wednesday night.

Wolves host division rival Greyhounds tonight

BY SCOTT HADDOW The Sudbury Wolves are on a modest two-game winning streak and head coach and GM Mike Foligno wants them to stay on the winning track heading into the playoffs.

Teams compete for Ultimate prize

BY ROBERT TAGLIALEGNE The uninitiated are getting a good dose of Ultimate this weekend as 16 teams vie for the Snowplate trophy at the the ninth annual Ultimate Tournament.

Coach sees bright future for rookie

BY SCOTT HADDOW Laurentian University women's basketball player Darrah Bumstead is another hidden gem the program has unleashed on the OUA.

Sprinting stars

The Sudbury Sprinters speed skating club will be well represented at provincial and national events this weekend. name="valign" top > Front row, from L to R: Kaelyn Pitre and Alyssa Hreljac.