Four of Hay River’s minor hockey players have made the cut to represent the Northwest Territories during next month’s Canada Winter Games. Carter Hill, Joel Demarcke, Gavin Broadhead and Connor Goudreau all excelled during the last few months at a training camp in Yellowknife, making it to the top 20 players selected. Hill, Demarcke and […]
A total of nine young female hockey players from the South Slave Region were on the ice over the weekend for the first high-performance hockey camp of its kind. Sponsored by Hockey North and Hockey NWT, the camp was designed to introduce new players to the game, improve the skill of existing athletes, and create […]
The Hay River Hazard Women’s hockey league strapped on their skates for a weekend of training to help new and experienced players prepare for their season. The two-day camp included on and off ice training including power skating, positioning, stick handling, and the rules of the game. There were around 15 women who enrolled for […]
Hay River Minor Hockey players received some top notch instruction over the weekend as part of the Puck Masters hockey camp put on by the Hay River Minor Hockey Association and the GNWT Department of Municipal and Community Affairs. Young athletes from across the South Slave region met up in Hay River for classroom, on […]
“Work hard and your dreams will come true ” was the motto that Sabrina Broadhead told her son Gavin to follow. He never lost sight of that objective – getting drafted in the Western Hockey League 2010 Bantam Draft by the Medicine Hat Tigers. The 15-year-old Broadhead was the first forward picked by Medicine Hat […]
There were many hockey players, coaches, parents, family, friends, and hockey volunteers with smiling faces at the annual end-of-year hockey banquet at the Royal Canadian Legion on April 14. Players were recognized for their dedication, hard work, success, and perseverance on and off the hockey rink. Patrick Smith, the Hay River Huskies Bantam player who […]
With the Polar Pond Hockey wrapped up, the winning teams looking forward to the World Pond Hockey Championship 2011, in Plaster Rock, NB, The Hub is presenting the highlights of the event, as seen by our photographers. Photos © the Hub / Andy Spiridonica, Kristin Campbell & Patrick Teskey
They may have come out on the losing end of the Hazard’s Women’s Hockey Tournament final, but you wouldn’t know it by talking to members of the Hay River Explosive team following the game. The team, who had survived a scare in their semi-final game against the High Level Cruzers, had little time to catch […]
Hay River Peewee Huskies roared straight out of the dressing room and onto the ice seconds after Team Canada scored the overtime goal that won them the record-breaking Olympic gold medal.
Team Blue thumps Team Black 7 – 2 to take ‘B’ title at the annual Oldtimer’s tourney over the weekend.