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For the love of the game

With the state of today's National Hockey League embroiled in uncertainty and controversy, fans can be thankful that there is a lighter side of the game - a side that's less serious, less business-like and less violent.

Momentum builds for sports tourism in Outdoor Rec Capital

Have you signed up for this year's Test of Metal? Too late. This year, organizers were very pleased to learn that the 800 spaces in the June 19 race were filled by March 9 - a full 14 weeks ahead of the mountain bike race.

Bald Eagles take on ex-Canucks

The Squamish Bald Eagles will have to beat the Vancouver Canucks before they go to the World Cup. Fortunately for them, the Canucks in question are years out of the NHL. The Vancouver Canuck Alumni will visit Squamish on Sunday (Mar.

Battle of the big guns

They say there is no such thing as a friend on a powder day - except on the soccer pitch. This proved to be true last Sunday (Mar.

Ice man calls it a career

For the past 27 years, Bryce Cunday's working life has been all about ice. He's made ice, studied ice, cleared ice and melted ice during the span of his all-Canadian career.

Synchro pair bound for nationals

Two Squamish skaters are among the best synchronized skating competitors in the province and are going to Manitoba for the biggest competition of their lives.

Flyers rebound with big win over Chiefs

It's nice to be able to win one game in five and still be in first place by a mile. The Heli-Riggen Flyers are thankful for their cushion atop the standings of the Howe Sound Men's Hockey League. Until Sunday's game, the Flyers were in a slump.

Sounders' season ends

They played with heart all season long, but the Howe Sound Secondary School senior boys' basketball team's year is over.

Men's soccer bounces back after the break

For December and January, the grass pitches at Brennan Park were covered in a frozen white blanket of snow. But with the help of some sunshine, the second half of the Howe Sound Men's Soccer League is now under way, and the players are ready to play.

Schellenberg brings home silver from Down Under

The road trip is over and Kevin Schellenberg has a silver medal to remind him of his trip of a lifetime to New Zealand.
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