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’52 Canadians to be honoured at arena ceremony

As members of the 1952 Fort Frances Canadians senior men’s hockey team prepare to be honoured tomorrow evening during the official opening of the Memorial Sports Centre, many of them had a chance to remember that remarkable run to the Allan Cup that year.

About a dozen of the former players are expected to be on hand for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 6 p.m.

Aquanauts close out swim season

As last Wednesday’s awards banquet wrapped up yet another successful season for the Aquanauts swim team, head coach Debbie Murray had the chance to look back on it—and was happy with the results.

“We had a lot of good swims and a lot of swimmers did improve,” said Murray, who will be back again as the club’s head coach next season. “There wasn’t a swimmer that didn’t improve.”

Generals draft Tucker to boost offence

With the Oshawa Generals looking for some offensive punch in their lineup for the next few seasons, they may have found their man in A.J. Tucker.

Tucker, a scoring sensation with the local B•Macs ‘AA’ Bantam rep team last season, was chosen in the seventh round (134th overall) in the Ontario Hockey League’s draft Saturday in Mississauga.