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Firefighters burn cops in Guns and Hoses game

Annual tournament saw a 10-5 win, $12,000 raised for charity

River Kings take control of Steelheads in 9-6 win

The boys get another chance against Terrace when they play there on Nov. 23

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Christine Sinclair becomes world's all-time leading goal-scorer
Canada beats Russia to win gold at world juniors

Hazelton aces their way to gold at Grade 8 girls volleyball zones

Smithers schools grab silver and bronze at Prince Rupert Middle School tournament

Another winning weekend for Terrace River Kings

Two more wins on home ice added to undefeated streak

Basketball bonanza in Kitimat this weekend

Allister Nyce tournament will run from Friday night to Sunday

Terrace dominates U16 division in home ringette tournament

Prince George claimed three wins in other divisions

Two Terrace athletes celebrated at Premier Awards

Indigenous youth recognized for sport, school and community involvement

Terrace River Kings take down Ice Demons

Team continues winning streak with 8-6 game

Prince Rupert and Kitimat set for a showdown in Atom Tournament final

Rupert Red and Kitimat Orange each bring unbeaten records to Sunday’s championship game

Pair of wins for Prince Rupert on opening day of Atom House Tournament

Kitimat grabs big win over Terrace Red in Friday finale

Terrace River Kings with MNP fundraise for TORCA

$25 will be donated for every goal on home ice

Countdown begins for 11th annual Guns and Hoses game

Firefighters and police sharpen their skates to fundraise for youth program

Terrace River Kings win two games on home ice

Friday’s game saw a rare double over-time 5-4 win

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  • Oct 7, 2019

Terrace River Kings play homeopener game tonight

Players feeling the momentum after last week’s win 12-3 against Hazelton

Northwest zone brings back 64 medals from 55+ BC Games

Over 4,200 senior athletes competed in Kelowna