N.L. youth organizations invited to apply for provincial funding
Two Clarenville area singers in National Youth Choir
Claire Spurrell awarded International President’s Leo Leadership medal
New town Chief Administrative Officer for Labrador City
Labrador West float plane dock brings opportunities and benefits
Allegedly impaired woman crashes vehicle in Happy Valley-Goose Bay
First Clarenville Children’s Wish Foundation motorcycle run a success
Happy Valley-Goose Bay RCMP charge youth in vehicle theft
DFO donates helicopter to CNA’s Gander campus
Western bantam AAA squad returns after one-year hiatus
Newfoundland Growlers make a Power connection
Newfoundland Growlers close to announcing their first player signing
Coach Jamie Brake back behind the bench of Western minor midget club
Ryane Clowe's all in with the Newfoundland Growlers
Fortune-Grand Bank minor hockey association good with court decision
Corner Brook Royals looking to give back to the community with funding program
The Corner Brook Royals want to give back to the community that supported the organization in the West Coast Senior Hockey League. The Corner Brook Senior Hockey Association Inc., the group behind the Royals return to senior hockey, is inviting ...
Labrador City’s Mark Hillier eager to wear Team Canada jersey in Czech Republic
Decked out in his running shoes, Mark Hillier stickhandles an orange hockey ball around a paved driveway. It’s a break from his daily grind of lacing up his skates and shooting pucks at opposing goalies as his rookie season with the St. ...
Chances are Newfoundland and Labrador won’t feel the NHL draft this weekend
Odds are there won’t be anyone from Newfoundland and Labrador selected in the National Hockey League’s Entry Draft beginning tonight in Dallas, but that doesn’t mean there haven’t been players from this province on the radar ...
Ryane Clowe checks off all the boxes for the Newfoundland Growlers
Back in May of 2015, six months after he played what would be his last National Hockey League game, Ryane Clowe coached a Newfoundland hockey team. Bet he didn’t figure he’d be doing that again. Wednesday morning, the Toronto Maple ...
Maple Leafs name Ryane Clowe head coach of Newfoundland Growlers
It's official. As reported in The Telegram last weekend, the Toronto Maple Leafs have officially named Ryane Clowe head coach of the Newfoundland Growlers. Clowe, born in St. John's and raised in Fermeuse and Mount Pearl, joins the ...
Western Kings still in limbo; HNL president Jack Lee says his organization won't act on anonymous complaints
Details remain scarce about the Western Kings and their status a couple of months after removing pieces of their coaching staff. The Western Star has learned an anonymous letter sent by a parent detailing concerns about an alleged hazing incident ...
Debbie Bouzane of Gander awarded Hockey NL President’s Award
GANDER, N.L. — From an early age Debbie Bouzane has shown dedication on the ice as a hockey player. Now she’s been recognized for her efforts to encourage more girls to take to the ice. Bouzane, chair of the Female Council for Hockey ...
Hiring Ryane Clowe as coach a benchmark move for Newfoundland Growlers
Ryane Clowe was not supposed to be a National Hockey League player. There were some serious doubts he’d even play junior in the Quebec league. By now, of course, his story is well known. Clowe played 10 years in the NHL, made 561 regular ...
Colin Greening back in Toronto fold, agrees to new contract with Marlies
As one Newfoundlander prepares to join the Toronto Maple Leafs’ organization, another is extending his stay in the Maple Leafs system. On Saturday, the same day The Telegram reported the Leafs would be hiring Fermeuse native Ryane Clowe as ...
Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador forms its first female hockey council
Formation of the first-ever female hockey council under the umbrella of Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador (HNL) is being viewed as a big victory for people immersed in trying to develop programs for young girls interested in playing the ...