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  • Herder Memorial Trophy

    Cataracts One Win From Herder

    The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts are a single win from their third straight Herder Memorial Trophy after defeating the St. John’s Senior Caps by a score of 7-3 on Sunday. After losing...

  • Franklin MacDonald | Clarenville Caribous

    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...

  • Ryan Desrosiers | Clarenville Caribous

    Clarenville Caribous Awards

    On Friday, February 12, the Clarenville Caribous presented their player awards prior to game 3 of their semi-final action against the Corner Brook Royals. Defenseman Brandon Roach was named the Central...

  • Gander Flyers | Arron Asham | Newfoundland Senior Hockey

    Gander Flyers Sign Arron Asham

    The Gander Flyers of the Newfoundland & Labrador Senior Hockey League have stepped up to show they are serious about the 2015-16 season by signing NHL veteran Arron Asham. Asham was...

  • Scoreboard | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Cataracts Roll Over Flyers

    After hanging on for the win in Saturday’s match-up, the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts rolled over the Gander Flyers on Sunday afternoon. The Cataracts jumped out to a quick 2 goal lead...

  • Gander Flyers | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Flyers Rally Falls Short

    The Gander Flyers got off to a great start on Saturday night when the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts rolled into town.  The Flyers jumped out to a 1-0 lead after the first...

  • Clarenville Caribous | Central West Newfoundland Senior Hockey League

    Caribous Hang On For Win

    The Clarenville Caribous were a little hungry after a shoot-out loss against the Corner Brook Royals the night before and it showed by their play on the ice.  The Caribous out...

  • Photo Courtesty Charles Pender - Twitter

    Royals Successful in Home Opener

    The Royals return to Corner Brook was a success, not only because of the warm embrace felt throughout the city but because on the ice, the Royals came up big to...

  • Corner Brook Royals | Newfoundland Senior Hockey

    Royals More Community Minded

    The return of the Corner Brook Royals was a day that many hockey fans in the city had hoped for.  It meant no more drives up the TCH during the winter...

  • Scoreboard | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Teams Split Weekend Series

    The Central West Newfoundland Senior Hockey league got off to a great start this past weekend as fans poured into the arenas in Clarenville and Grand Falls-Windsor to catch their teams...

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