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Past articles by Bruce:

Canoe polo a stunning visual sport

The action is frantic and physical, the skill set amazing, the visual impressive. → Read More

Sudbury Wolves name new associate coach

Jordan Smith will be on the other side of the rivalry now. → Read More

Spartans hope to get on roll

Coming off their first win of the Northern Football Conference season, the Sudbury Spartans are looking to start a win streak. → Read More

Top 50 Pike events in Greater Sudbury this weekend

The Top 50 Pike Tournament trail is making its way to Greater Sudbury this weekend. → Read More

Local virtual athletes get call to arms

Greater Sudbury virtual athletes, warm up your thumbs. → Read More

Disappointment after Cambrian cuts women's b-ball

Megan Desormeaux and teammate Nerrissa Moore were welcomed to Cambrian College's women's basketball team at a well-organized press conference a little more than a year ago. → Read More

Sudbury Wolves' McGrath makes Hockey Canada camp

Sudbury Wolves netminder Jake McGrath played some of his best hockey when his team needed him most last season, and Hockey Canada obviously took notice. → Read More

Bertuzzi excited for Calder Cup final

The Grand Rapids Griffins are on a roll in the American Hockey League playoffs, and local product Tyler Bertuzzi is playing a major role in the team's success. → Read More

Canadians find offence in pair of home wins

Rayside-Balfour Canadians head coach Dave Clancy challenged his team last week to score more goals. → Read More

LU x-country women qualify for nationals at OUAs

The Laurentian Voyageurs cross-country running teams competed at the OUA championships last weekend at Centennial Park in Etobicoke. The women's team finished sixth and qualified for the CIS championships, to be held in two weeks in Quebec City. The men's team, in only its second year of reinstatement, met their goal of a Top 10 finish by placing n → Read More

Capobianco thrilled to sign with Coyotes

Kyle Capobianco was a disappointed hockey player when the Sudbury Wolves headed to the Barrie Molson Centre last Saturday. → Read More

Big Nickel Tournament a tribute to Hancock

Peter Michelutti Jr. considered it an honour to coach the late D.J. Hancock for two seasons – even if the two didn't always see eye to eye. → Read More

Regals earn sixth straight flag crown

The fans in the stands were silent. No one could see through the fog near the Confederation Chargers' end zone where the Marymount Regals had moved to the one-yard line and called yet another run up the middle. → Read More

Cambrian women win soccer bronze

The Cambrian College women played their most difficult game of the season Saturday. → Read More

Cambrian soccer women advance to OCAA semis

The Cambrian College Golden Shield women's soccer team has had an OCAA medal squarely in its sights since the first day of training camp. → Read More

Wolves captain Capobianco earns Team OHL spot

Sudbury Wolves captain Kyle Capobianco has been playing like a man among boys this season, dominating shifts at times while leading the way for the resurgent Wolves this season. → Read More

Chargers claim semifinal berth

It took the first half to get going, but once the Confederation Chargers senior boys football team started rolling, there was no stopping them. → Read More

Wolves a happy bunch atop the conference

It's all smiles down at Sudbury Community Arena for the Sudbury Wolves these days. → Read More

Cambrian soccer squads set for home playoff date

The theme this season for the Cambrian College Golden Shield soccer teams has been ambition. → Read More

GIFFEN: Carson epitomizes new era Wolves

For a team that has jumped out to its best start in 16 seasons, there are clearly a lot of positives for the Sudbury Wolves. → Read More