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Huskies back from First Air Rec Championships

It may not be first, but it’s close. The Ptarmigan Inn Huskies recently returned from the 2011 First Air Recreational Hockey Championships in Yellowknife as champions of the Labbats “B” division. The minor hockey team started their lead off early on April 22 against Carls Carpet Cleaning with a 3-1 win in game one. Goalie […]

Hay River minor hockey enjoys ‘fantastic’ season, says association president

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Polar Pond title goes ‘Northwest’

Along with 38 teams and a Don Cherry impersonator, great sunny weather made the third annual Polar Pond Hockey tournament another great success. Three general team pools along with a women’s pool and old timer pool played on eight rinks on the river at the Fisherman’s Wharf this past weekend, with proceeds going towards a […]

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Local teams clash in Peewee final

It wasn’t hard to see Curtis Rowe’s divided loyalties during the final of the Hay River Peewee Hockey Tournament on Sunday at the Ben Sivertz Arena. On one side, there was the undefeated Hay River Huskies White team, who came into the final well-rested following a 2-1overtime win over the Fairview Lions in the first […]

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Bronze finish for Huskies at tourney

Hosting their home tournament this past weekend, Hay River’s midget hockey team finished up in third after facing some tough competition. Hay River had a sluggish first game against Fort Smith, but came out on top. The team came together while playing the eventual tournament champions High Level, tying the game five each.

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Local showdown in rec hockey final

It was a battle between two Hay River teams during the Rec Hockey League’s annual tournament this year. Eleven teams from across the Northwest Territories and Alberta met on the ice at the Ben Sivertz Arena for three days of highly competitive hockey. Friday evening saw three games played after the teams had arrived and […]

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Shootout wraps up golf tourney season

This past weekend was the Hay River Golf Club’s first annual $10,000 Shootout. Seventy-four golfers had the opportunity to play 36 holes over a two day span in hopes of getting a hole in one. The tournament was played in a two-person best ball format, and each hole had a $10,000 hole in one prize.

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Volunteers step forward to save Coors Tourney

The 29th Annual Coors Slopitch Tournament is a go, after a group of volunteers stepped up at the eleventh hour to help run it, league executives announced last week. Glenn Smith, a director with the Hay River Mixed Slo Pitch League, said league officials had resigned themselves to canceling the popular tournament early last week […]

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Polar Pond hockey twice the party despite colder temperatures

The party was twice as big this past weekend as the second annual Polar Pond Hockey Tournament got underway.

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