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All ages, all levels, all sizes: players learn at camp that determination can’t be measured

It was a virtual revolving door last weekend of hockey bags, hockey players, and an outstanding and dedicated group of coaches reticent to toot their own horns. The Hay River Minor Hockey Association hosted 132 players from across the territory at the 2011 Ice Breaker Hockey Development camp from Oct. 7-10.   The camp is […]

Ice Breaker Hockey Camp on home ice this year

Hockey players in Hay River and around the territory will soon have the chance to break some ice, better.  The Hay River Minor Hockey Association will be hosting the 2011 Ice Breaker Hockey Development Camp from Oct. 7-10 here in town. 

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River breaks up quietly

The final stage of break-up happened on Sunday, and it was like nothing happened at all. But really, this year’s break-up has been rather uneventful, so far. “It’s been a relatively calm year compared to past years,” said Kevin Wallington, town councillor and spokesperson. “I think the biggest thing is that we’ve got a really […]

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Town holds meeting for break up preparation

A meeting on the flood potential during the spring break up on Vale Island took place Wednesday, May 20 at 7 p.m. at the Fire Training School. The meeting was aimed to ensure that residents are aware of the risk of flooding associated with this year’s spring break up and to let them know what […]

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River breakup leads to minor flooding on Vale Island

A small portion of Hay River’s Old Town was under water Monday following the breakup of the Town’s namesake river over the weekend. Town councillor Kevin Wallington said sections of 100 Street, 101 Street and 102 Street began flooding around 8 p.m. on Sunday. While water levels have since dropped, officials remain cautious as an […]

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Polar Pond Hockey

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

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Harry Camsell students gone fishin’

The Buckley family has established a tradition in Hay River: each year, students from the Harry Camsell school get to ride the Bombardiers in a fishing trip on the frozen lake. This year, the Hub was there to report on the event that brought a lot of joy, a lot of fish and a fantastic […]

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Oldtimers take over for weekend

Team Blue thumps Team Black 7 – 2 to take ‘B’ title at the annual Oldtimer’s tourney over the weekend.

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Initiation kids play first ever tourney

Hay River’s youngest hockey players experienced their first tournament over the weekend.

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