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Prince Albert Raiders goalie stops 22 shots for the red and white en route to a 6-1 victory A late wrist shot from Patrik Hrehorcak was the only blemish on Ian Scott's record Friday night as he backstopped Team Canada...
A Prince Albert teen is a world champion powerlifter. While Aaron Lemoal was the only competitor in his age and weight class at the world championships in Eger, Hungary, he’s proven he can take on the world by setting a...
Marjorie Roden/Herald contributor Friday evening’s Saskatchewan AAA Female Midget hockey matchup between the Prince Albert Northern Bears and the Battleford Sharks proved to be a barnburner as it took double overtime for the hometown Bears to come away with the...
The Prince Albert Mintos are heading into the holidays on a winning note, but it wasn’t easy. The Mintos withstood a late charge from the Beardy’s Blackhawks to win the club’s annual Food Bank Game 5-4 at the Art Hauser...
After 46 years, James Mays is hanging up the zebra stripes for good. The Prince Albert resident has officiated 2,810 games during his lifetime. He’s reffed minor hockey, senior hockey, SJHL, WHL and CIS games. He’s travelled across the country...
The Prince Albert Northern Bears were forced to contend with two wild third period comebacks en route to splitting their weekend series with the Swift Current Wildcats. The Bears won 5-4 on Friday, but lost 6-4 on Saturday to close...
It’s rare when the final score isn’t the most newsworthy part of a hockey game. This was one of those occasions. While the Prince Albert Mintos sent fans home happy with a 5-2 victory over the Notre Dame Hounds on Sunday,...

Heart of a champion

Will Skopyk was remembered for his big heart and dedication to the sport of boxing. On Wednesday, friends and family members gathered to make sure that legacy continues. Skopyk was just 17 years old when he died in a car accident...
It’s not the prettiest way to head into the Christmas break, but the Prince Albert Raiders aren’t complaining. The Raiders overcame absences from a number of major contributors, along with a 4-2 deficit, to win a wild 7-5 game over...
Although he was focussed on helping his team to a 6-1 win over the Yorkton Maulers Friday at the Art Hauser Centre, Prince Albert Mintos forward Dawson Springer couldn't help but look towards the future. The 16-year-old forward from Rocanville...

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