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    Caribous Defeat Eagles

    The Clarenville Caribous held off the Northeast Eagles to pick up a win in East Coast Senior Hockey League (ECSHL) interlocking action. The Clarenville squad jumped out to a 1-0 lead...

  • Auston Matthews Closer to Return

    The Leafs young star Auston Matthews is closer to returning to the lineup and has practiced with the team in a no contact jersey. Team management has indicated there is no...

  • Cats & Flyers Split Series

    The Grand Falls Windsor Cataracts split their weekend series with the Gander Flyers this past weekend. On Saturday night, the Gander Flyes blanked the Cataracts by a score of 2-0 as...

  • Mariners & Royals Split Series

    Mariners & Royals Split Series The Corner Brook Royals and Port Aux Basques Mariners split their series in the opening weekend of the West Coast Senior Hockey League (WCSHL) action. On...

  • Nylander Sitting for the Season?

    The deadline is approaching for the Toronto Maple Leafs to sign William Nylander to a contract.  In order to be eligible to play in the 2018-19 season, Nylander must be signed...

  • Bous Trounced in ECSHL Debut

    The 2018-19 season has the defending Herder Memorial Champs playing in the East Coast Senior Hockey League (ECSHL) but their debut was not what was expected as the Conception Bay Blues...

  • Luongo Sparks 5-Game Win Streak

    Veteran netminder Roberto Luongo has returned to the lineup of the Florida Panthers and since his return on November 2, 2018, Luongo has a 4-2 record, with a 2.48 goals against...

  • Red Wings Drop Out

    Less than a year after winning the Cliff Gorman Cup as the 2018 West Coast Senior Hockey League (WCSHL) champs, the Deer Lake Red Wings have announced that they will not...

  • New Senior Hockey Leage (Minus the CeeBees)

    Hockey NL recently announced the creation of a new senior hockey league, the Newfoundland Senior Hockey League (NSHL). In its recent press release, HNL indicated that this league grew out of...

  • Caribous Win 2018 Herder

    The Clarenville Caribous are the 2018 Herder Memorial champions, sweeping the St. John’s Capitals in the championship series.  The win for the Caribous is the fourth Herder for the organization and...

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