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Howling for funds

The Sudbury Wolves 50-50 Club has shown its support for the local Brain Injury Association (BIASD) through a recent donation of $500 through the sale of 50/50 tickets.

Hockey?s ?Hallsie? dead at 62

BY KEITH LACEY One of Sudbury?s most dedicated minor hockey volunteers, Gary Hall, 62, died suddenly Tuesday at the Memorial Site of the Sudbury Regional Hospital following a brief illness.

High school all-star hockey game planned

For the first time in many years, the Sudbury District Secondary Schools? Athletic Association will hold an all-star hockey game. Tonight?s contest is set to begin at 8 pm at the T.M. Davies Memorial Arena in Walden.

Sports life

Eagles need help to soar The Copper Cliff Eagles, a midget house league hockey team, will represent Sudbury at a tournament in Ajax at the end of March. However, the cost to attend the tournament is high.

New Wolves signed

The team with the worst record in the Ontario Hockey League had no intention of making any major changes at the league trading deadline Friday.

Ontario Bantam tourney needs sponsors

BY KEITH LACEY Sponsorship problems off the ice won?t deter the organizing committee of the 2003 All Ontario AAA Bantam Championships from putting an outstanding product on the ice.

Hockey legends drafted on Canada Post stamps

For the past three years, Canada Post has issued sets of six stamps paying tribute to some of the greatest Canadian NHL All-Stars.

Carnival registration

Organizers of the annual Walden Winter Carnival are seeking teams for Wally?s First Annual Jug Curling Bonspiel. The event will be held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16 at the T.M. Davies Community Centre. All teams are guaranteed three games.

Players need little help from friends

A group of young hockey players is working extremely hard off the ice to ensure they can represent our city proudly at a major international hockey tournament.

Men with Brooms!

BY KEITH LACEY The skip of the world?s No. 1 ranked curling team can?t wait to hit the ice for what promises to be an outstanding tournament against other world-class competition this weekend in the City of Greater Sudbury.