• Cats Take 3-1 Series Lead

    Down 2-0 in the series, the Gander Flyers had their backs to the wall on Saturday night as first place Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts rolled into town.  The Gander Flyers were coming...

  • The Royals Brandon Hynes

    Hailing from Norris Point, Newfoundland, Brandon Hynes was a kid with a dream to play professional hockey. However, after spending several years trying to get his break into the pros, Hynes...

  • It Won’t Be Coming Back

    Fans of Newfoundland Senior Hockey have all but abandoned their favourite provincial senior teams. The remnants of a league gone by are now occupied by the Corner Brook Royals, Grand Falls-Windsor...

  • Caribous Earn Split with Cataracts

    The Clarenville Caribous earned a split in their weekend series with the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts. In game one of the series, the Clarenville Caribous came out the victors with a 7-4...

  • Royals & Flyers Split Series

    The Gander Flyers are currently sitting in last place in the Central West Newfoundland Senior Hockey League but given their performance this past weekend, that may change. Heading into Corner Brook...

  • Newfoundland Senior Hockey League | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Critical Series for Royals & Cats

    The Corner Brook Royals are currently sitting in first place with a single point lead over the Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts.  The Royals have an opportunity to extend their lead as they...

  • Scoreboard | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Royals Sweep Caribous

    The Corner Brook Royals made it four games in a row as they swept the Clarenville Caribous in recent Central West Newfoundland Senior Hockey League action this weekend, defeating the Caribous...

  • Royals in First Place

    The Corner Brook Royals moved into first place in the Central West Newfoundland Senior Hockey League with a 4-1 win over the Clarenville Caribous.  With the win, the Royals extend its...

  • Central West in Review

    With 8 games in the books and all teams having faced one another for at least two games, it is time to take a critical look at the action so far....

  • Clarenville Caribous | Newfoundland Hockey Talk

    Caribous Cling to First

    Fresh off their win on Saturday night the Clarenville Caribous headed into Sunday’s action with a short bench as injuries and work commitments kept some of their players from the lineup. ...

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