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Hockey Pioneer, former Stampeder paved way for future

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A legend in the world of hockey and an inspiration to countless people throughout Canada and the world has died. Fred Sasakamoose, the first Treaty Indian to compete in the National Hockey League, died...

Broncos welcome Stanley Cup winner

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After his season was cut short last year because of an injury followed by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dwight King is ready to resurrect his hockey career as a member of the Meadow Lake Senior...

Coaching clinic held in M.L.

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When it comes to the sport of hockey, even the coaches have a chance to learn something new. This past weekend, Meadow Lake Minor Hockey vice-president and certified coaching instructor Regan Beck hosted a...

‘AA’ hockey team adds M.L. flavour

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Six Meadow Lake athletes are looking to shine as members of the U15 ‘AA’ North West Stars. Ryder Ellis, Dawson Gerwing, Stajyn Laird, Hunter Schwartz, Camron Soulsby and Dylan Twidale are part of the...

Flyers’ prospect hosts goalie training in M.L.

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“It’s time to give back.” That’s what Canoe Lake Cree Nation’s Roddy Ross had to say about his latest endeavour – Double R Goalie Training – a one-day session designed to help local athletes...

Broncos season starts Nov. 27

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The gate to the corral has been opened. The Meadow Lake Senior Broncos returned to the ice recently as they gear up for the start of what is expected to be a somewhat different...

King considers future of hockey career

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While a typical year would see Dwight King already overseas preparing for his next season with the Graz99ers of the Austrian Hockey League, the 31-year-old, two-time Stanley Cup winner is currently still at home in Meadow Lake...

FDFN develops regulation size outdoor rink

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Winter can’t get here soon enough for the people of Flying Dust First Nation. According to Jon Mirasty, recreation director at FDFN, the new outdoor ice rink currently under construction adjacent to Kopahawakenum School...

Hockey players take it to next level

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Twelve-year-old Maicy Groenewegen of Meadow Lake is ready to take a bite out of the competition this hockey season. Groenewegen was recently recruited to the U15 ‘AA’ Northwest Sharks of the Saskatchewan Female Hockey...

Curlers ready to rock new season

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After hitting rock bottom last season as a result of COVID-19, the Meadow Lake Curling Club is ready to rise to the top. “We met early last week to determine if there was enough...