THE NIGHT CHICAGO STADIUM FELL SILENT – Engine engine No. 9 going down the Chicago Line! By Troy Hull
In this episode, Mike gets nostalgic for glory days racing at Shannonville Motorsport Park as we talk to John Bondar, the new owner and discuss his plans to return the track to its glory days.
Fifty years ago, on April 6, 1970, you could hear the sounds of a fire truck siren wailing through the streets of Stirling
Before adopting the new moniker and logo, school officials approached the Chippewas of Rama First Nation — located across Lake Couchiching from Orillia, and now home to a popular casino — to seek approval for using the nickname.
WALL OF FAME TO ADD MEMBERS
Quinte West Sports Wall of Fame will welcome Nine Individuals and Five Teams
Shannonville Motorsport Park has a long and rich history in the Canadian racing industry. It was announced back in October 2019 that John Bondar and Steve Gidman acquired the long-time privately-held Shannonville Motorsport Park.
FAIR BALL FROM LLOYD LOBB
Umpire spent 23 years behind the Plate on Diamonds Across the Bay of Quinte
In 2018, the Dukes advanced all the way to the final game of the Canadian Championship, the Royal Bank Cup. The Dukes played the Chilliwack Chiefs in British Columbia
HALL OF FAME REOPENS DOORS
Belleville Sports History back on Display After seven year hiatus
Ottawa was the first team to win the Cup in three consecutive seasons. In 1909, the ECHA was reformed to become the Canadian Hockey Association.