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  • Clarenville Caribous | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Players Forgo Pay to Save Season

    For the last several seasons, the Central West Senior Hockey League teams have struggled financially.  Things such as low attendance at the gates, player’s salaries and travel costs have all contributed...

  • WCSHL Season Moving Forward

    With the Deer Lake Red Wings confirming they will participate in the 2017-18 West Coast Senior Hockey League, league president Andy Brake has indicated the season will start on November 17. ...

  • Newfoundland Senior Hockey League | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    CWSHL Contributes to Hockey Drama

    Teams from the Central West Senior Hockey League (CWSHL) – the Clarenville Caribous, Gander Flyers and Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts – have contributed to the ongoing drama in Newfoundland senior hockey. In...

  • Western Senior League Going Ahead

    Fans of senior hockey will be pleased to learn that the West Coast Senior Amateur Hockey League will be going ahead for the 2017-18 hockey season.  League president Andy Brake confirmed...

  • AESHL Accusations Foolish & Disappointing

    Last week, the president of the St. John’s Capitals hockey team in the AESHL, Jack Casey, hurled accusations that players on the Harbour Grace CeeBee Stars were being paid to play,...

  • Stooping to a New Low in Senior Hockey

    Newfoundland senior hockey has been shown just how dirty the sport can be this past week. Unfortunately, the ugly side of the game reared its head and it did not involve...

  • 2017 Herder “Winning” Goal

    Newfoundland Senior Hockey has seen its share of controversy in the past.  The 2017 Herder Memorial Championship between the Clarenville Caribous & the Conception Bay CeeBee Stars puts an exclamation mark...

  • Clarenville Caribous | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    2017 Herder Memorial Controversy

    The Clarenville Caribous have a right to protest losing in the 2017 Herder Memorial Championship.  In the 5th game of the series, the CeeBee Stars game winning goal awarded to forward...

  • Gillard Wins MVP

    The Western Kings Jalen Gillard has succeeded in his goal for his final year of major midget of hockey – winning the Most Valuable Player Award. Coaches have described Gillard as...

  • MacDonald Signs with Panthers

    The Clarenville Caribous recently learned that one of their key defenseman, Franklin MacDonald has left the organization to join the GMB Nottingham Panthers in the UK. The loss of MacDonald comes...

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