George Steele dead at 79

George Steele dead at 79

🕔11:45, 24.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Hall of Fame wrestler, George “The Animal” Steele has died at age 79. Steele, best remembered for portraying a green-tongued, baldheaded wild man in the ring, has died Feb. 16 from kidney failure. Steele was known for

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔11:24, 24.Feb 2017

By Noah Gecelovsky NHL The Detroit Red Wings hosted the New York Islanders Feb. 21 at Joe Louis Arena. After being tied in the first period, the Islanders pulled ahead in the second and further in the third winning the

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Wolverines faltering

Wolverines faltering

🕔13:54, 17.Feb 2017

  By Garrett Fodor The Wolverines are struggling on the ice this season. The University of Michigan Wolverines are known as one of the top NCAA institutions when it comes to producing athletic talent. They have the most alumni on

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Remembering Mike Ilitch

Remembering Mike Ilitch

🕔13:52, 17.Feb 2017

Little Caesars founder and owner of the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings, Mike Ilitch, was rushed to a local Detroit hospital late Friday, Feb. 10 and died later that evening at the age of 87. In the public light,

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔13:49, 17.Feb 2017

NHL The Detroit Red Wings played their first game after the death of owner Mike Ilitch against the St. Louis Blues on Feb. 15 at Joe Louis Arena. The Wings were looking for a win but came up short, losing 2-0

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Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

Border City Wresting returns to St. Clair College

🕔12:32, 17.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Border City Wrestling fans are looking forward to its return at St. Clair College on March 25. Since late 1992 BCW has been thrilling fans with wrestling entertainment in the Windsor area and promises to continue the

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Allin family legacy continues in Windsor

Allin family legacy continues in Windsor

🕔12:43, 10.Feb 2017

By Ryan Blevins The final member of a legendary Chatham basketball family has found a home in Windsor. Luke Allin graduated from Ursuline College High School in Chatham in 2013. A star basketball player, Allin elected to attend Wilfred Laurier

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Never getting enough sleep

Never getting enough sleep

🕔12:43, 10.Feb 2017

  By Dacotah Erwin Although it is recommended for teenagers between the ages of 14 and 17 to sleep at least eight hours a night, students are receiving less than the recommended. A study published online in the Journal of

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Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

Fourth “Clash at the Colosseum” basketball showcase a success

🕔12:26, 10.Feb 2017

The fourth annual Clash at the Colosseum took place this Wednesday at Caesars Colosseum. The University of Windsor men and women’s basketball teams played against the Laurier Golden Hawks and the Windsor Express played against the Kitchener-Waterloo Titans at Caesars

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Hoops for Hospice

Hoops for Hospice

🕔12:15, 10.Feb 2017

By Garrett Fodor A local author is sharing his passion for local basketball history. While Windsor and Essex County are better known for producing hockey talent, the area also has over 60 years of producing strong basketball talent. In a

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔12:06, 10.Feb 2017

NHL The Detroit Red Wings took on the first place Washington Capitals at the Verizon Center in Washington on Thursday night. The two teams fought hard in the first period keeping the score tied 2-2 going into the second period.

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔13:12, 3.Feb 2017

NHL The Toronto Maple Leafs travelled to the Scottrade Center on Thursday night to go toe-to-toe against the St. Louis Blues. After a long, physical game, the Blues ran away with the game winning 5-1. This leaves the Maple Leafs with a 23-17-9 record and

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Humber hosts curling bonspiel

Humber hosts curling bonspiel

🕔14:36, 27.Jan 2017

The St. Clair College men’s and women’s curling teams traveled to Weston Country Club in Etobicoke to take part in the fifth annual Humber Bonspiel hosted by Humber College. On Jan. 21 and Jan. 22, six schools participated in the

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔13:32, 27.Jan 2017

NHL On Wednesday night the Toronto Maple Leafs came to Joe Louis Arena to face off against the Detroit Red Wings. The Leafs came to play, shutting the Red Wings down 4-0. This puts the Red Wings in last place in the Eastern Conference.

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Bracco brings success to Spitfires

Bracco brings success to Spitfires

🕔12:10, 27.Jan 2017

By Garrett Fodor   The Windsor Spitfires are preparing for the Memorial Cup by acquiring some of the top players in the Ontario Hockey League.   One of the newest Spitfires is Jeremy Bracco,acquired from the Kitchener Rangers in exchange for Cole

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Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

Legendary wrestler Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka dead at 73

🕔11:37, 27.Jan 2017

By Joe Gibel Legendary professional wrestler, Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka died on Sunday Jan. 15 at age 73. Jimmy Snuka, known throughout the wrestling world as the innovator of the high-flying offence wrestling style and his “superfly splash” from the top

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Hockey Player Turned Business Program Administrator at University of Windsor

Hockey Player Turned Business Program Administrator at University of Windsor

🕔11:18, 27.Jan 2017

By Amos Johnson A former hockey star is now the program administrator for the school of business at the University of Windsor. Born and raised in Tecumseh, Ryan Donally started playing hockey at age five and was drafted into the

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This Week In Sports

This Week In Sports

🕔12:27, 2.Dec 2016

By Noah Gecelovsky NHL: The Florida Panthers were at Joe Louis Arena to play against the Detroit Red Wings on Dec. 1. After a long fought battle the game went to overtime with a 1-1 tie. In the end Panthers’

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Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

Wolverines upset Terriers, split series

🕔11:31, 2.Dec 2016

The Michigan Wolverines took on their first ranked opponent of the season and their biggest opponent all year, with hopes of home ice advantage for the weekend series. In a history that goes back nearly seven decades between the teams, Michigan

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Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

Cambrian kick off loss for bronze

🕔11:17, 2.Dec 2016

  By Garrett Fodor The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association women’s soccer championship wrapped up Oct. 29 with teams from across the province competing in Amherstburg. Saturday afternoon the Seneca Sting and Cambrian Golden Shields were in action, playing for the

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