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2017 PJHL Prospects Day in New Hamburg October 21

Cambridge, ON – On Saturday Oct. 21, 2017, the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) and Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) will be holding the first-ever PJHL Prospects Day at the Wilmot Recreation Complex, home of the New Hamburg Firebirds of the PJHL's Doherty Division.
Cambridge, ON – On Saturday Oct. 21, 2017, the Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) and Ontario Hockey Association (OHA) will be holding the first-ever PJHL Prospects Day at the Wilmot Recreation Complex, home of the New Hamburg Firebirds of the PJHL's Doherty Division. read more...

2017 Slo-Pitch Ontario Provincial Champions

Many Port Stanley Senior Softball players also play in other regional leagues, and this past week the 2017 Slo-Pitch Ontario Provincial Championships took place.
Many Port Stanley Senior Softball players also play in other regional leagues, and this past week the 2017 Slo-Pitch Ontario Provincial Championships took place. read more...

Reach the Beach 2017

August 11, 2017 - Reach the Beach is an annual road running event that got started in 2007.
August 11, 2017 - Reach the Beach is an annual road running event that got started in 2007. read more...

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Stars Shine Over Sailors

On Saturday, November 18th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game nineteen of the season against the North Middlesex Stars at the Port Stanley Arena. With the Stars having a slight lead over the Sailors in league standings, this game was an excellent game for the fans to watch.
On Saturday, November 18th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game nineteen of the season against the North Middlesex Stars at the Port Stanley Arena. With the Stars having a slight lead over the Sailors in league standings, this game was an excellent game for the fans to watch. read more...

Bulldogs Tame Sailors

On Sunday, November 12th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game eighteen of the season against the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs at the Memorial Arena in St. Thomas.
On Sunday, November 12th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game eighteen of the season against the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs at the Memorial Arena in St. Thomas. read more...

Lambeth Domination Hits Port Stanley

The Lancers seemed to control the puck most of the time due to some great stick handling and thoughtful passing that way too often seemed to find a path though Port Stanley's defence.
The Lancers seemed to control the puck most of the time due to some great stick handling and thoughtful passing that way too often seemed to find a path though Port Stanley's defence. read more...

Exeter Hawks Win 7-6 Over Port Stanley Sailors

The Hawks with some rough aggressive playing seemed to dominate the entire first period scoring three goals and leaving the Sailors scoreless.
The Hawks with some rough aggressive playing seemed to dominate the entire first period scoring three goals and leaving the Sailors scoreless. read more...

Sailors Win 9-4 Over Spitfires

Aylmer's rough second period tactics backfired giving the Sailors four power play goals starting with the first at 5:40 by Brayden Latimer (19), with Dawson Cook (24) assisting.
Aylmer's rough second period tactics backfired giving the Sailors four power play goals starting with the first at 5:40 by Brayden Latimer (19), with Dawson Cook (24) assisting. read more...

Sailors Win Big Time Over Bulldogs

The second period proved to be a win fall for Port Stanley as the Sailors took almost complete control of the period scoring six goals.
The second period proved to be a win fall for Port Stanley as the Sailors took almost complete control of the period scoring six goals. read more...

Trojans Beat Sailors By One

The third period saw Port Stanley turning up the heat taking back control at 10:51 when Sailors Nolan Blewett (13) while shorthanded scored Port Stanley's second goal, with Dawson Cook (24) assisting.
The third period saw Port Stanley turning up the heat taking back control at 10:51 when Sailors Nolan Blewett (13) while shorthanded scored Port Stanley's second goal, with Dawson Cook (24) assisting. read more...

Lancers Beat Sailors By Two

On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game four of the season against the Lambeth Lancers at the Port Stanley Arena. This game against the Lancers, who early this season are in first place in this years league standings was going to be another tough game for the Sailors to win.
On Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game four of the season against the Lambeth Lancers at the Port Stanley Arena. This game against the Lancers, who early this season are in first place in this years league standings was going to be another tough game for the Sailors to win. read more...

Dolphins Beat Sailors By One

On Saturday, September 16th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game two of the season against the Dorchester Dolphins at the Port Stanley Arena. This game against the Dolphins, who came in first place in league standings last year was going to be a tough game for the Sailors to win.
On Saturday, September 16th, 2017 the Port Stanley Sailors played game two of the season against the Dorchester Dolphins at the Port Stanley Arena. This game against the Dolphins, who came in first place in league standings last year was going to be a tough game for the Sailors to win. read more...

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Pirates Finish Season in First Place

In <b>Game 1</b> it would seem that today these two teams were evenly matched, as it took five innings for the Maroons to skip a beat, and let Boxall score the only
two runs of the game.
In Game 1 it would seem that today these two teams were evenly matched, as it took five innings for the Maroons to skip a beat, and let Boxall score the only two runs of the game. read more...

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The Olympics have a host-city problem

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Faced with a huge price tag for hosting what amounts to a two-week party, cities around the world are no longer clamouring for the Olympics. Now the IOC is trying to rein in costs to make the Games more attractive.

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Gilles and Poirier hope to solve the Shib Sibs at Skate America

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Canadians Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier hope their seductive gumshoe-meets-siren free dance can put them past the Shibutani siblings this week at the Skate America Grand Prix event.

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Canadian skier Dustin Cook confident he'll be 'on top of the world' again

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A full season removed from having his 2015-16 season wiped out following reconstructive knee surgery, Ottawa's Dustin Cook is feeling "stronger than ever" for Sunday's super-G race at Lake Louise, Alta. (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 3 p.m. local).

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Vey, Desjardins come full circle with Canadian Olympic hockey team

Vey Desjardins Reunited Team Canada Hockey

In yet another twist of fate, Linden Vey finds himself back in the saddle of a team coached by Willie Desjardins. This time, it's with the Canadian men's Olympic hockey team.

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Oilers halt latest losing skid with decisive win in Detroit

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Jujhar Khaira scored to break a 2-2 tie in the second period, and the Edmonton Oilers went on to beat the Detroit Red Wings 6-2 on Wednesday night.

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Panthers' Bjugstad scores 'em, Luongo stops 'em in win over Leafs

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Nick Bjugstad scored Florida's only goal in regulation and the game-winning goal in a shootout as the Panthers beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 2-1 on Wednesday night.

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