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Will return of Messier inspire Wolves during playoffs?

Hello hockey fans, it's time for more OHL news, stats and personal thoughts about the game we all love. Let's start with some Sudbury Wolves first. There were a few glazed over eyes at the Sudbury Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Little NHL will return in 2007

Greater Sudbury will host the Little NHL Hockey Tournament again in 2007.

Double Trouble! Macdonald Cartier wrestlers win gold

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca The Macdonald Cartier wrestling program is about quality, not quantity.

Wolves beaten by lowly Mississauga 2-0

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca It was a game to forget and remember. The Sudbury Wolves lost 2-0 to Central Division cellar dwellers Mississauga on Sunday after forgettable performances from almost the entire team.

Wolves' coach seeks Major challenge

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Sudbury Wolves head coach and GM Mike Foligno hopes their opponent tonight, Toronto, gives them a challenge to respond to.

Wolves' winless in Barrie

The Barrie Molson Centre hasn't been kind to the Wolves this season, who haven't won a game in that building in four tries this season.

Martial Arts

Five members tested their skills recently at the 2006 Ontario Provincial Open and produced solid results. Rebecca Mailloux took first place in open kata, second in musical kata, third in traditional kata and fifth in traditional weapons.

Wolves search for first win in Barrie

The Sudbury Wolves have earned their ticket to the playoffs but who their opponent will be in the first round of the OHL playoffs has yet to be determined.

New ingredient fuels Baker's game play

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Sudbury Wolves forward Kevin Baker is oozing confidence right now and it has pushed the slick centre to a whole other level of play.

Woods running towards personal best at CIS

BY SCOTT HADDOW scott@northernlife.ca Sudbury runner Madeleine Woods owns the 600-metres.