Above, Piper Miller of the Fort Frances Bladed Rebels unloaded a shot on the Lake of the Woods Envy's net during the first period of her squad's 4-1 loss in the Midget division's Gold-Medal Game Sunday afternoon of the Fort Frances Girls/Women's Hockey Association's PeeWee and Midget tournament at the Ice For Kids Arena.
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Jace Jackson, above, looked to check Jaxon Germain of the International Falls Broncos off of the puck during the second period of the Muskie boys' hockey team's 4-3 win in the finale of their annual two-game “Border Battle” exhibition series last Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Kyle Uzelman of the Fort Frances Lakers skated his way towards the Thief River Falls Norskies' net with the puck during the first period of the Lakers' 2-1 win in SIJHL action on Saturday night at the Ice For Kids Arena. Uzelman notched a goal in the second period to help the Lakers nail down their 15th win of the season.
Fort Frances Lakers' captain Noah Loveday tried to navigate his way through the Thief River Falls Norskies' defence as he entered the offensive zone during the third period of the Lakers' 2-1 win on Saturday night in SIJHL action at the Ice For Kids Arena. Loveday dished out a pair of assists in that one to help his squad earn a home-and-home split against Thief River Falls.
Great finishes were aplenty for local skaters and that included the Northern Lights' School of Skating members who also competed that Fort Frances Freeze Super Series competition hosted by the Border Skating Club on Saturday and Sunday at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).
Josh Ward and Muskie teammate Nolan Mann did their best to impede the vision of International Falls Broncos' goalie Mitchell Nemec as they set a great screen in front, during the first period of Fort High's 4-3 win in the finale of their annual two-game “Border Battle” exhibition series on Tuesday night at the Ice For Kids Arena.
Hallee Nugent of the local Northern Lights School of Skating was among an abundance of great performances for the school as the athletes shone bright at the second-annual Fort Frances Freeze Super Series competition that was hosted by the Border Skating Club on Saturday and Sunday at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).
It was nearly a perfect weekend of curling for the local Ashley Payne rink at the U18 regionals held in Sioux Lookout over the weekend.
Team Payne, which is also comprised of Lauren Penney (lead), Daffni Chabot (second), Jillian Cousineau (third), and Anna Peters, compiled a 4-1 record en route to a second-place finish and thus qualifying for the provincials next month.
Wayne Strachan can see the light at the end of the tunnel and he's hoping to guide his team towards it.
The head coach and general manager of the Fort Frances Lakers has seen some signs of progress from his club and feels as though it is starting to play some of its best hockey of the season—even if it's not exactly showing in the win column just yet.
Hallee Nugent of the local Northern Lights School of Skating dazzled as she performed her routine during the STAR 7 Artistic event on Sunday morning at the Fort Frances Freeze Super Series competition hosted by the Border Skating Club at “The Duke” (Couchiching Arena).