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A New Life in Leafs Nation

A New Life in Leafs Nation

🕔12:27, 7.Apr 2017

Last season, the Toronto Maple Leafs sat at the bottom of the league. However, after drafting Auston Matthews first overall, this is one rookie who is stealing hearts and breaking franchise records. There is a new life in Leafs Nation

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Lancers overcoming odds

Lancers overcoming odds

🕔11:53, 24.Mar 2017

  By Garrett Fodor   The University of Windsor men’s hockey team is proving the benefits of staying the course.    The Windsor Lancers were eliminated last season in the first round of the OUA playoffs after having a mediocre .500 season.

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Detroit Red Wings say goodbye to the Joe Louis Arena

Detroit Red Wings say goodbye to the Joe Louis Arena

🕔14:32, 11.Nov 2016

By Cody Rusan Windsorites are reminiscing after 37 years at Joe Louis Arena as the Detroit Red Wings are in their final season of hockey there. “I watched so many games with my grandfather, and those are some of the

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Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

Sergachev returns, Spits gun down Spirit

🕔12:12, 4.Nov 2016

By Todd Shearon The Windsor Spitfires defeated the Saginaw Spirit 4-2 at the WFCU Centre for their third straight win and improved their season record to 11-4-0 putting them on top of the West Division. Spits forward Luke Boka opened

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Lack of Canadian teams in playoffs will benefit the growth of hockey

Lack of Canadian teams in playoffs will benefit the growth of hockey

🕔11:29, 1.Apr 2016

By Christian Bouchard Millions of hockey fans across Canada will be hitting the road to recovery during the playoffs, but there is still good news – there is nowhere to go but up. The nightmare and seemingly unthinkable has quickly

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Keys to success for Integrity Amherstburg Admirals

Keys to success for Integrity Amherstburg Admirals

🕔11:39, 11.Mar 2016

By Christian Bouchard Play a full 60 minutes The Admirals coaching staff and players have been notorious for their consistent message of playing a full 60 minutes all year long. When Amherstburg gets a lead, it will be vital for

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Younger Admirals stepping into spotlight

Younger Admirals stepping into spotlight

🕔10:55, 12.Feb 2016

By Christian Bouchard The Integrity Amherstburg Admirals are receiving a playoff push from two of their youngest players. 17 year-old Broden Meloche has helped lead the Admirals this season, leading his team in scoring with 44 points in 39 games.

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Local hockey players say parents take game too serious

Local hockey players say parents take game too serious

🕔11:17, 20.Nov 2015

While the purpose of sports is supposed to be to have fun, many local youth hockey players are saying parents put too much pressure on them. Whether it is the next Roberto Luongo or the next Sidney Crosby, many Canadians

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Lewis returns to Spitfires lineup

Lewis returns to Spitfires lineup

🕔14:56, 21.Oct 2014

The Windsor Spitfires will regain the services of overage centre Jamie Lewis for Thursday’s game against the Plymouth Whalers at the WFCU Centre. Lewis, 20, has been sidelined for the first eight games of this Ontario Hockey League season serving

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Spitfires’ rookie Brown finds early offensive success

Spitfires’ rookie Brown finds early offensive success

🕔13:38, 10.Oct 2014

by Evan Mathias   Despite the Windsor Spitfires losing three of their first five games at home to start this season, they do have positives to build from. After missing the home opener against the Erie Otters Sept. 26 with

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Spitfires unsuccessful against Knights in playoffs

🕔12:31, 4.Apr 2014

by Evan Mathias For the third consecutive year the Windsor Spitfires were unable to win an Ontario Hockey League playoff game. The London Knights swept Windsor four games to none in the best-of-seven Western Conference quarter-final series March 27. The

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Defence driven Canadian’s successfully defend gold medal

🕔13:19, 24.Feb 2014

by Evan Mathias The Canadian Olympic men’s hockey team proved the adage that defence wins championships true in their final two games against the U.S and Sweden. Once again Canada defeated their rival American counterparts Feb. 21 by a score

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