Ontario Junior Hockey League action will be returning to Wellington and Trenton in February. On Sunday, the junior A league also announced extending the regular season from March 5 to April 7 to allow for the rescheduling of postponed games.
Shaw Boomhower spent last year working as an electrician apprentice in his hometown of Belleville while taking a break from professional hockey. Then the spark for his love of hockey was re-ignited.
The Trenton Golden Hawks opened 2022 with a decisive 7-1 defeat against the host North York Rangers in Ontario Junior Hockey League action Sunday, Jan. 2 at the Herbert Carnegie Centre.
Returning to Ottawa for next week’s national figure skating championships will mark a great milestone for Trennt Michaud, of the Quinte region, and pairs partner Evelyn Walsh.
Frankford native Chris Verheyen always wants to be ready to help his football team in any way he can.
As 2021 comes to an end, Quinte Red Devils president Tyler Longo certainly hopes for a great new year ahead for the local ‘AAA’ minor hockey organization.
When considering his next options for education and hockey, Wellington Dukes veteran forward Mason Reeves knew the University of Toronto was the perfect fit.
Two junior members, Carson Kay and Gabe DeCastris, from the Quinte Curling Club have qualified for the U18 provincial championships with their Kitchener-based rink Team MacTavish.
The Sens (11-11-0-0) are set to return to action with three straight games against the Toronto Marlies (10-9-1-1), starting this Thursday, 7 p.m. at CAA Arena in Belleville.
Competing at their first swim meet since March 2020, the Belleville Beast placed eighth overall as a team at the Pointe-Claire Invitational in Quebec from Dec. 16 to 19.