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(Left to right) Sheldon Kennedy, a former NHL player who was part of the 1986 Swift Current Broncos bus tragedy, SJHL president Bill Chow, Federated Co-operatives Limited CEO Scott Banda, and Lake Country Co-op CEO Dean McKim, at the SJHL's announcement of a new player assistance program.
(Left to right) Sheldon Kennedy, a former NHL player who was part of the 1986 Swift Current Broncos bus tragedy, SJHL president Bill Chow, Federated Co-operatives Limited CEO Scott Banda, and Lake Country Co-op CEO Dean McKim, at the SJHL's announcement of a new player assistance program. SJHL/Twitter

SJHL launches assistance program in wake of Humboldt tragedy

By Nathan Kanter
April 10, 2018 - 10:30am

The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League has announced a new SJHL assistance program designed to provide mental health assistance and grief counselling for all players, coaches, staff, and volunteers affected by Friday's tragedy involving the Humboldt Broncos.

Countless flowers and personal messages have been left on the steps of Elgar Petersen Arena in Humboldt, the home of the SJHL's Broncos.
Countless flowers and personal messages have been left on the steps of Elgar Petersen Arena in Humboldt, the home of the SJHL's Broncos. Liam Richards/The Canadian Press

Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy hits Battlefords North Stars hard

By Nathan Kanter
April 8, 2018 - 4:49pm

As the country and world is still reeling from the horrific bus collision involving the SJHL Humboldt Broncos, coaches and players from the Battlefords North Stars are especially feeling the pain as many of them personally know those who were affected by the tragedy.

North Battleford's Rio Tucker won gold in the U-14 male slopestyle on Thursday afternoon at Blue Mountain, helping Rivers West sweep the podium in the U-14 boys category.
North Battleford's Rio Tucker won gold in the U-14 male slopestyle on Thursday afternoon at Blue Mountain, helping Rivers West sweep the podium in the U-14 boys category. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff

Rivers West continues dominance on slopes with 5 snowboard medals

By Nathan Kanter
February 23, 2018 - 10:23am

More than half of Rivers West' medal performances at the 2018 Saskatchewan Winter Games have happened at Table Mountain, after five snowboarders took home medals on Thursday afternoon.

Saskatoon forward Lucas Turple celebrates immediately after scoring on a 2-0 breakaway in the second period of Wednesday's gold medal game at the Civic Centre. Saskatoon beat Prairie Central 6-4.
Saskatoon forward Lucas Turple celebrates immediately after scoring on a 2-0 breakaway in the second period of Wednesday's gold medal game at the Civic Centre. Saskatoon beat Prairie Central 6-4. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff

Sask. Winter Games: Saskatoon tops Prairie Central for gold in male hockey

By Nathan Kanter
February 21, 2018 - 6:07pm

Six different goal scorers helped Saskatoon take down Prairie Central 6-4 in the Saskatchewan Winter Games male hockey gold medal game on Wednesday afternoon at the Civic Centre.

Nadine Fehr (middle) Harley Harris (left) and Sam Silverthorn (right) pose with their medals after the ski-cross competition at Table Mountain on Tuesday. It was Fehr's won her second gold medal of the games, after winning the U-16 female ski-cross.
Nadine Fehr (middle) Harley Harris (left) and Sam Silverthorn (right) pose with their medals after the ski-cross competition at Table Mountain on Tuesday. It was Fehr's won her second gold medal of the games, after winning the U-16 female ski-cross. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff

Sask. Winter Games: Rivers West win 8 medals in alpine ski-cross

By Nathan Kanter
February 20, 2018 - 9:03pm

Although a total of 18 medals were up for grabs in alpine skiing on day two of the Saskatchewan Winter Games, 19 medals were awarded in the end, due to a tie for the bronze in the U-16 male ski-cross.

Sarah Bargen, right, and Ashytn Ritco, left, both medalled in the U-15 female mass start biathlon on Tuesday, with Bargen winning gold for Rivers West and Ritco winning bronze for Prairie Central.
Sarah Bargen, right, and Ashytn Ritco, left, both medalled in the U-15 female mass start biathlon on Tuesday, with Bargen winning gold for Rivers West and Ritco winning bronze for Prairie Central. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW Staff

Sask. Winter Games: Four different districts win biathlon medals

By Nathan Kanter
February 20, 2018 - 7:09pm

The big cities swept the mass start U-15 male biathlon, while Rivers West and Prairie Central medalled in the female U-15 mass start biathlon at Blue Mountain on day two of the Saskatchewan Winter Games.

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