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Lady Vees rookie proving she?s outstanding talent

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW It only took one scrimmage this past spring for Laurentian University Lady Vees head coach Mike Clarke to see he had landed an extremely special, talented athlete.

Forward doesn?t know meaning of ?quit?

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Taking his second crack at making the Sudbury Wolves this season, Alex Eaton made the most of his chance this time around.

Wolves win 6-3 over Petes

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW The Sudbury Wolves were looking for a defining moment in their season against the Peterborough Petes and got it with a come-from-behind 6-3 victory on Friday night.

Wolves, OHL legend Bert Templeton dead at 63

After a legal fight with his former team, a battle with cancer, and a terrible fall that left him paralyzed from the chest down, the man with the second most wins in CHL history died Friday.

LU swim team on fire?five already qualify for nationals

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Records are made to be broken. name="valign" top > Stephanie Kuhn, Willie Paul and Denton Bonney have helped the Laurentian swim team continue its tradition of excellence.

M&M Masters of Curling makes stop in Garson

Sudbury has been selected to host the 2003 M&M Meat Shops Masters of Curling, the second stop in the 2003-04 PharmAssist Grand Slam of Curling presented by M&M Meat Shops. The event will take place Dec. 11 - 14 at the Garson Arena.

Coach turns his passion into a full-time career

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW scott@northernlife.

Northern Wolves take down Black Bears

BY SCOTT HUNTER HADDOW Brian McGarry led the charge for the Sudbury Northern Wolves against the visiting Northern Michigan Black Bears with four goals as Sudbury won 4-2.

Bertuzzi leads way

Sudbury native Todd Bertuzzi of the Vancouver Canucks is leading all Western Conference players in the Best Buy/ NHL All-Star Fan Balloting Program presented by Playstation2 with 49,627 votes.

High ranking

The Sudbury Northern Wolves are ranked third in all of Canada in Canadian Tier II Junior ?A? hockey. The Northern Wolves were ranked fourth last week. The team sports a record of 22-4-2.