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In the middle of the Stanley Cup playoffs, Canada went hoops crazy. Packed crowds at outdoor viewing parties, including ones at Mosaic Stadium in Regina, became the norm over the last week as the Toronto Raptors captured...
The Prince Albert Predators have set another milestone. Thanks to a 14-3 road win over the host Saskatoon Swat, the team achieved their first undefeated regular season as they posted an 8-0-2 record to finish in first place...
Prospective players will have five games to make an impression if they want to earn a spot on the Prince Albert Raiders roster for the 2019-20 campaign. The defending Western Hockey League champions will...
Kalmakoff wins gold in hurdles; Rusk earns silver in pole vault Shelaine Pritchard made an excellent first impression in her first trip to the provincial high school track and field championships.
Rishchynski picks up bronze medal in pole vault An extra year of waiting was worth it for Emily Cole-Johnson. After missing out on the 2018 SHSAA track and field meet...
One might look at Saturday’s Prairie Gold Lacrosse League senior division game at Kinsmen Arena as another dominant showing for the powerhouse Saskatoon Brewers. However, the Prince Albert Outlaws were able to take a lot of positives out...
It was an historic weekend for field lacrosse in Prince Albert. The Prince Albert Attack hosted a two-day tournament at Max Clunie Field on Friday and Saturday, which featured the local U15 and U18 programs as they...
After a one-year absence, Colin Coben’s name is once again on the Senior Men’s Lobstick championship trophy. The winner of seven straight championships before his streak was snapped by Glen Erickson last June, the Delisle golfer was a...
Thanks to a deal that came together in rather short order, Shantel Kalika got to make her season debut in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series a month earlier than expected. The Prince Albert racer made her first start...
As he looked back on last weekend’s provincial championships in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Rivers Dragons coach Paul Roy equated the tournament to the work of Charles Dickens. “It was like A Tale of Two Cities,” Roy said Wednesday....
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