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Bayshore RINK beginnings

Updated On: May 13, 2014
The construction of the city’s third Sens RINK (Recreational Investments in Neighbourhood for Kids) officially got underway on April 24 at Bayshore Park.

World U18 bronze victory for Ottawa-born goalie & 67’s star

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Ottawa native Brent Moran and Travis Konecny of the Ottawa 67's won bronze medals with Team Canada at the April 17-27 IIHF men's under-18 world hockey championships in Finland.

8 young players begin hockey road to Pyeongchang

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Eight local players were invited to be part of Canadian national women's hockey team programs in April.

L-Train pulls into Algonquin coaching station

Updated On: May 13, 2014
Two new coaches of local varsity teams were announced this past month.

10th-seeded Rebelles emerge as OFSAA champs

Updated On: April 17, 2014
Seeded just 10th out 16 teams, the Louis-Riel Rebelles surprised a lot of people at the March 18-21 OFSAA 'A/AA' Girls' Hockey Championships in Sudbury by walking away with the title, but their coach wasn't one of them.

Ottawa West drops Game 7, 2-OT Jr. B final to Casselman

Updated On: April 16, 2014
William Shakespeare himself couldn’t have written a better ending to the EOJHL finals. The Ottawa West Golden Knights came up just short of bringing home the regional Jr. 'B' hockey title, losing a Game 7, double-overtime thriller 3-2 to the Casselman Vikings on Monday, April 14 at Barbara Ann Scott Arena.

Sledge Paralympians take bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
The colour of the medal wasn't his first pick, but having a Paralympic bronze around his neck nevertheless felt pretty good for Ottawa's Marc Dorion.

2 local players win U18 world gold, Nepean takes PWHL bronze

Updated On: April 9, 2014
In the span of a week, Sam Cogan won two medals in major women's hockey events half a world apart.

Departing coach Coolidge leaves legacy

Updated On: April 9, 2014
Inspiration, role model and builder. Coach, mentor and friend. Those were key descriptors used by members of the hockey community to describe the work of former Carleton Ravens and University of Ottawa Gee-Gees women's hockey head coach Shelley Coolidge.

Dream ending for Ottawa hockey pair at Clarkson U

Updated On: April 9, 2014
A historic first national championship, an NCAA player-of-the-year award, and a special bond between two long-time Ottawa hockey teammates and friends – it couldn't possibly have been a better end to the college careers of Jamie Lee Rattray and Erica Howe.

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