Hockey Thunder Bay News

Brindley bringing coaching development to Florida
  USING his playing days in Thunder Bay to earn a NCAA Division I scholarship to Miami (Ohio), Ryan Brindley built on that to furthe [...]
Brindley making most of his time in hockey
LIKE many before him, Ryan Brindley has taken what he learned in the rinks of Thunder Bay and went on to achieve success elsewhere. Fro [...]
Bragnalo was a tenacious, skilled talent
BACK in the days of the Thunder Bay Junior Hockey League, the Fort William Canadiens were a side that continually produced a plethora of o [...]
Margarit was one tough customer
ONE never really feigns disinterest when hearing tales of players from the Lakehead back in the day; especially of those who could handle th [...]
Johansen was a bona fide defenceman
KNOWN for providing a solid presence on the blueline, as well as someone who could dish out powerful body checks with the best of them, Tr [...]
Wilson was a wizard on the ice
WIDELY renowned back in the day as one of the best amateur players to ever lace them up, Gordon (Phat) Wilson displayed an on-ice skill-set [...]
Pugliese now scouting for NHL’s Canucks
GROWING up, many players involved in the game had visions of competing at the highest level; be it at the Olympics or the National Hockey [...]
Passador had eye for talent
WHILE many players and teams, featuring a solid mixture of skill and physicality, from the Lakehead went on to achieve great success ove [...]
George shines in OHL debut
WHAT an incredible Ontario Hockey League debut it was for Thunder Bay’s Carter George last week. With his Owen Sound Attack side down 5 [...]
Tommy Cook excelled in the 1920s & 30s
MANY players from the Lakehead that have laced them up over the years excelled on the ice. One such individual in that elite contingent of g [...]
2nd straight Allan Cup for Port Arthur in 1926
FOLLOWING an epic showdown with rival Fort William to capture the Scotland Woolen Mills Cup, emblematic of Thunder Bay Amateur Hockey Associ [...]
Defending Allan Cup champs were coveted
FRESH off of winning the Allan Cup in the spring of 1925, the extremely coveted Port Arthur Seniors squad were in high demand as they set ab [...]