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Coach, referee receives SHSAA award

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“It’s important to remember this isn’t a one-person show.” That’s what Carpenter High School teacher Rob Kozinski had to say in response to the recent news he will be receiving a Saskatchewan High Schools...

Outrider transitions to wagon driver

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When Meadow Lake’s Kale Lajeunesse officially climbs into the wagon box for the first time at the start of the 2021 Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) season, he plans to be a force to be reckoned with.

Referee recognized as ‘Most Promising’

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Recently, Meadow Lake resident Brayden Berry was announced as one of four ‘Most Promising Officials’ from the Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) Official’s Development Program. He earned the honour in the SHA’s Zone 7 and...

Roddy Ross traded to Regina

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Roddy Ross’ hometown fans from Saskatchewan’s Northwest couldn’t be happier. Ross, 20, of Canoe Lake Cree First Nation and, until recently, a goalie with the Western Hockey League’s Seattle Thunderbirds has been acquired by...

Ross named T-Birds MVP

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by Phil Ambroziak Canoe Lake’s Roddy Ross continues to bring pride to his community.Ross, a goalie with the Western Hockey League’s (WHL) Seattle Thunderbirds, was recently named the team’s Most Valuable Player for the...

King named Calgary demo driver

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by Phil Ambroziak From the National Hockey League to the Calgary Stampede, Meadow Lake’s DJ King has cemented his legacy in two professional sports. The former St. Louis Blue and Washington...

Hockey camp focuses on diabetes

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by Phil Ambroziak When 10-year-old Seth Fisher of Meadow Lake attends hockey camp in Toronto this summer it will not only be a learning experience for him, but for his whole family.

Young athletes skate with Broncos

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by Phil Ambroziak Sunday’s Meadow Lake Senior Broncos provincial game against the Watrous Winterhawks proved to be somewhat of a homecoming for a group of young Meadow Lake athletes. Five Meadow...

Broncos ready for provincials

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by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos will be at full force when they compete in Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) provincials starting this weekend. Broncos head coach Winston Morin was...

Broncos lead playoffs 2-0

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by Phil Ambroziak The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos have all the momentum they need to potentially sweep the Dewberry Mustangs in their best-of-five, opening round SaskAlta Hockey League playoff series. The...