- H.K.’s CARD CORNER
- The Cards
- The Cards
- Thunder Bay Twins: 1970-77
- Thunder Bay Twins: 1977-84
- Thunder Bay Twins: 1984-91
- Bombers: 2004-05
- Twins: 2008-09
- Thunder Bay Flyers: 1984-2000
- SIJHL – JR. A: 2001-02
- SIJHL: 2012-22
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 that left many i...
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 League. While in ...
WHILE many players and teams, featuring a solid mixture of skill and physicality, from the Lakehead went on to achieve great success over the years, there w...
WHAT an incredible Ontario Hockey League debut it was for Thunder Bay’s Carter George last week. With his Owen Sound Attack side down 5-1 midway through th...
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 greats was Tommy Cook...
Hockey Thunder Bay News
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 [...]
25 Years in the books
WELL, here we are two and a half decades later, and this edition of Net Shots marks the conclusion of my 25th year of providing information [...]
Szura recorded impressive statistics
BOASTING a combination of skill and size, Joe Szura was a player who produced big numbers offensively over the course of his nearly 20-year [...]
Sands was an early hockey star
LOOKING back, the names of those stellar hockey players from the northern shores of Lake Superior may have differed over all these may years [...]
Stewart won Cups & Calder as NHL’s top rookie
RIFE with talent, Gaye Stewart rightfully etched his name on the extensive list of exceptional hocky talent that the Lakehead has ever produ [...]
Venasky could do it all on the ice
HAVING been a proven offensive contributor in junior and college hockey, Vic Venasky showed he also had what it took to play defensively in [...]
Byerley was brilliant with Twins
ANY fan of the Thunder Bay Twins senior hockey side from the 1970s will certainly remember: No. 14, Jack Byerley. Sporting his ever-famil [...]
Hrkac mark stands test of time
THERE have been many talented players from Thunder Bay who went on to star in the NCAA collegiate hockey ranks. Be it the likes of Greg J [...]
Letowski persevered on path to NHL
DESPITE not being as highly touted as some, Trevor Letowski certainly persevered en route to a solid National Hockey League career as a pl [...]
Letowski reflects on 1st year with Habs
JUST over one year since returning to the National Hockey League, this time as an assistant coach with the Montreal Canadiens, Thunder Bay [...]