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A CrossFit guru, a master horse rider and a football veteran were chosen as this year’s honourees at the Kinsmen/Raiders Sportsperson of the year fundraising dinner, held Saturday evening at the Ches Leach lounge. Bob Coffin, who has played, coached...
Former NHL great Doug Gilmour was nicknamed after an American serial killer. “Brian (Sutter) was the only one that called me Charlie (after Charles Manson), and everyone else was calling me killer. After games, my eyes would be black and...
Backstopped by goalie Ian Scott and spurred by a multi-point game from their top line, the Prince Albert Raiders dispatched the visiting Brandon Wheat Kings 4-1 Friday night in Western Hockey League Action from the Art Hauser Centre. Scott made...
It was a funny thing to watch: The Taylor Field west grandstand toppled over as City of Regina crews deconstructed the remaining upper seating sections at the historic site. I found the event itself rather anti-climatic and uninteresting. But what I...
Nearly a week after the annual WHL Cup wrapped up in Calgary, two of Saskatchewan’s skaters in the tournament reflected on time spent with their provincial team and what could have been after their squad tallied one win and...
The Prince Albert Raiders added some size to their crop of forwards on Wednesday, trading for centreman Brett Leason with the Tri-City Americans. In exchange for Leason, the Raiders sent the Americans a 2018 third-round bantam draft pick, which they...
The Prince Albert Raiders knocked off the WHL’s top-ranked Victoria Royals 4-3 on Wednesday night after firing 37 shots on goal and stifling the B.C. team’s speed through the neutral zone. The Raiders went into the game knowing that the...
For their second straight game, the Prince Albert Mintos faced a solid goaltender and couldn’t make him crack. But this time, the Midget AAA team managed to squeeze a point out of their opponents after losing to the Tisdale Trojans...
Ahead of his team’s Wednesday night game with the highly-ranked Victoria Royals, defenceman Brayden Pachal expects it to be an exciting, tight game that will test his defensive unit. “I think our (defensive)-core is really strong and Victoria’s forward group...
Zane Lambert is one of the best in the bull riding business, but P.A.’s Byrne family produced one bull he couldn’t quite beat at the Canada Champion finals Saturday

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