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St. John's Edge will have Davis, Keith in lineup for must-win Game 4 tonight
The St. John’s Edge were expectantly hopeful they would have Glen Davis back in their lineup for tonight’s Game 4 of the National Basketball League of Canada final at Mile One Centre and as it turns out, the big man they called “Big ...
Howard’s last hurrah?
Glenn Howard hopes the crowd gathered at Mile One Centre Friday morning were standing just to praise, not bury him. After Howard and his Ontario team finished their Brier round robin with a win over the Northwest Territories, the nearly 6,000 in the ...
Rock on: Gushue, Newfoundland one win away from elusive Brier title
Skip Brad Gushue (right) and members of Newfoundland and Labrador's team (from left) Brett Gallant, Mark Nichols and Geoff Walker celebrate their victory over Manitoba in the Page Playoff 1-2 game of the 2017 Brier at Mile One Centre Friday ...
Brier costume party
The Sociables are a group from Alberta who have become an entertainment staple among Brier crowds over the last seven years. You can’t miss them with their thematic, sometimes garish, always co-ordinated costumes, holding up flashcards spelling out ...
Extra-end win means Newfoundland will have top-two finish in Brier round-robin
Newfoundland and Labrador skip Brad Gushue celebrates his team's win during the Thursday night draw of the Brier at Mile One Centre. Team Newfoundland and Labrador won the game 7-6 in the eleventh end over team Canada. Everyone in the building stood ...
The Bruins against the b’ys
April 9, 2016, marks the 60th anniversary of the first-ever appearance by an NHL team playing on an outdoor rink before a paying audience, and it occurred in Bay Roberts. The Telegram revisits that game between the Boston Bruins and teams from the ...